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What did the Brunelleschi introduce into European painting?

a mathematically correct from of linear perspective

What did Brunelleschi introduce European painting?

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What was Brunelleschi's most famous painting?

The Cathedral of Florence

What did Filippo Brunelleschi do?

Filippo Brunelleschi was a skilled artist. He painted the duomo and many other important buildings. Brunelleschi was a skilled painter who we remember for painting many important and historical buildings,that we remember him by.

Brunelleschi's experiments with a mirror and painted copy of a mirror image of the Baptistry at florence led to his discovery of?

brunelleschi discovered linear perspective in painting with the help of a mirror which was a ground breaking discovery in art. Esther Wallace, BA Hons, Manchester University

Was brunelleschi German?

Filippo Brunelleschi was an Italian.

Who designed the dome for the Cathedral of Florence?

Filippo Brunelleschi

What has the author Vasa Carapic written?

Vasa Carapic has written: 'Naive art in Australia, Canada, and Europe' -- subject(s): Australian Painting, Canadian Painting, European Painting, Outsider art, Painting, Australian, Painting, Canadian, Painting, European

This artist painted the first mathmatically precise linear painting?

Perhaps you mean ilippo Brunelleschi's discovery of central perspective; Florence c 1415.

What painting is the oldest surviving example of linear perspecti?

The groundbreaking drawings by Brunelleschi have not survived. The earliest example we have may therefore be the Holy Trinity by Masaccio, a fresco painting in the church of Santa Maria Novella, Florence, Italy.

What has the author Emilio Lavignino written?

Emilio Lavignino has written: 'La Galleria Spada in Roma' -- subject(s): Catalogs, European Painting, Galleria Spada, Guidebooks, Painting, European, Painting, Renaissance, Renaissance Painting

When did Umberto Brunelleschi die?

Umberto Brunelleschi died in 1949.