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Masters, of the Fontainebleau SchoolDate of birth and death: Second half of the 16th century
Nationality: FrenchUploaded artworks: 9
Masters of the Fontainebleau School was a French painter.
Fontainebleau is a royal palace of Francis I. It was begun in 1528 and added to for the next 200 years. The Galerie FranĂ§ois I (1533-40) introduces the so-called "Fontainebleau style" of interior decoration, a combination of sculpture, metalwork, painting, stucco and woodwork. It was evolved by Italian artists NiccolĂ˛ dell'Abbate, Primaticcio and Rosso, who worked for Francis I from 1530 to 1560. The first School of Fontainebleau introduced Mannerism to France. A decorative revival under Henry IV, known as the second School of Fontainebleau, was less important.
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