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Michele, PannonioDate of birth and death: ca.1400 - ca.1464
Nationality: HungarianUploaded artworks: 1
Hungarian painter, active in Italy. He was one of the most important painters at the court of Ferrara in the mid-15th century and contributed to the creation of an indigenous Ferrarese style of painting. From 1415 onward he seems to have worked at Ferrara and is mentioned in the records as Michele Ongaro, one of the court painters of Borso d'Este, Duke of Ferrara. Most of his works have been destroyed. He may have been born in Hungary, as his name implies. There are parallels between his style and that of contemporary painters working in Hungary, but nothing is known of his early career. The Michel da Ungaria, recorded as one of Gentile da Fabriano's assistants working in the Strozzi Chapel in the sacristy of Santa TrinitĹ•, Florence, in 1423, may be the same artist.
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