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Giorgione
(Giorgio Barbarelli da Castelfranco, 1475-1510)    Venetian painter of the late 15th century, especially influential because of his use of oil paint. Details of his life and ...
Giotto di Bondone
(ca. 1266-1337)    Florentine painter, regarded by most subsequent Renaissance artists and critics as the first great figure of "modern" (i.e., Renaissance) art. Although more ...
Giovanni da Bologna
(1529-1608)    French-born sculptor (originally Jean de Boulogne), a native of Douai who settled in Italy about 1555 and under his italianized name became the leading sculptor ...
Giovio, Paolo
(1483-1552)    Italian historian and biographer. Born into the ruling patriciate of Como and educated under the direction of his humanist brother Benedetto, he studied at ...
Giunti Press
   Italian printing and publishing firm, founded at Venice in 1489 by Lucantonio Giunti (1457-1538), but brought to prominence by his business partner and brother Filippo ...
Glareanus, Henricus
(Heinrich Loriti, 1488-1563)    Swiss humanist and writer on musical theory. Born near Glarus and educated in both the scholastic and humanist traditions at the University of ...
Goes, Hugo van der
   See Van der Goes, Hugo.
Goïs, Damiäo de
(1502-1574)    Portuguese humanist. Born into a family of the lower nobility, after his father's death he became a page at the court of King Manuel I. He entered diplomatic ...
Góngora y Argote, Luis de
(1561-1627)    One of the major poets of the Golden Age of Spanish literature. His early education was with the Jesuits, and at Salamanca he secured broad classical education ...
Gonzaga Dynasty
   Ruling house of the Italian city of Mantua from 1328, first as signori (lords) of the city and from 1433 with the more elegant title of marquis, conferred on Ludovico II ...
Gossaert, Jan
(ca. 1478-ca. 1533; also called Mabuse)    Flemish painter. His visit to Italy in 1508 helped to introduce Italian elements into his typically Northern style of painting. ...
Gozzoli, Benozzo
(1420-1497)    Florentine painter, trained by Fra Angelico. His major work, the Journey of the Magi, executed about 1460 for Piero de'Medici, demonstrates full mastery of the ...
Grapheus, Cornelius
(ca. 1482-1558)    Flemish humanist, born at Aalst. Little is known about his education. He studied in Italy and seems to have had an M.A. degree, perhaps from an Italian ...
Gratius, Ortwin
(d. 1542)    Ortwin van Graes was born no later than 1480 at Holtwick in Westphalia, descended from a noble family that had fallen onto hard times. An uncle who was a priest at ...
Greek language and literature
   Although occasional individuals in medieval Western Europe knew some Greek, for the most part that language and the extensive literature written in it (Christian as well as ...
Grocyn, William
(ca. 1446-1519)    English humanist. Educated at New College, Oxford, where he matriculated in 1481, he became reader in divinity at Magdalen College. In 1488 he went to Italy ...
Groote, Geert
   See Devotio Moderna.
Grünewald, Matthias
(d. 1528)    German painter, also active as an architect and engineer. Virtually nothing is known about his early life and training. He was probably born in Würzburg, but even ...
Guelfs
   See Ghibellines / Guelfs.
Guevara, Antonio de
(ca. 1480-1545)    Spanish author. He was educated at the court of the heir to the Spanish throne and became a Franciscan friar in 1504. He was appointed bishop of Granada in ...
Guicciardini, Francesco
(1483-1540)    Florentine politician, historian, and political theorist. Born into a prominent family, he received a humanistic education, studied law at Ferrara and Padua, ...
Guild
   An association of merchants or craftsmen in a medieval or Renaissance city, intended to regulate relations among those who practiced the same occupation and to safeguard the ...
Gutenberg, Johannes
(ca. 1398-1468)    Johann Gansfleisch von Gutenberg is usually and probably correctly identified as the inventor of the art of printing with movable type. Born at Mainz in ...
Habsburg Dynasty
   Multinational European ruling family, originally regional counts in the duchy of Swabia. Their importance increased greatly when they inherited the frontier mark of Austria ...
Harvey, William
(1578-1657)    English physician, famous in the history of medicine as the discoverer of the circulation of the blood. His discovery appeared in his principal publication, De ...
Hebreo, Leone
   See Leone Ebreo
Hebrew Language
   Although the early Christian church accepted the Hebrew scriptures (known to Christians as the Old Testament) as part of its own divine revelation, relatively few early ...
Hegius, Alexander
(ca. 1433-1498)    German humanist and schoolmaster, a leader in the introduction of humanistic subjects into the curriculum of the Latin grammar-schools of northwestern ...
Henry VII, king of England
(Reigned 1485-1509)    First king of the Tudor dynasty. His military victory over King Richard III brought an end to the 30 years of sporadic civil war known as the Wars of ...


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