Masaccio | Encyclopedia.com
Masaccio (1401 – 1428). Tommaso Cassai, nicknamed “ Masaccio ” or “ Thomas the Absent-Minded, ” was an artist of the early Renaissance who broke new ground in the technique of painting. Born in San Giovanni Valdarno, a small town near Arezzo in Tuscany, Italy, Masaccio traveled to Florence, where he joined the city's painters guild as well as a circle of artists, including Filippo ...
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