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Vicenzo, Antonio di

Vicenzo, Antonio di (c.1350–1401/2). Italian architect. He designed the gigantic brick Gothic church of San Petronio, Bologna (from 1390), and around the same time produced drawings for Milan Cathedral showing a main vault some 23 metres higher than that realized, although the basic design remained unchanged. He appears to have been one of the great masters of the Gothic style in Italy.

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Antonio di Vicenzo

Antonio di Vicenzo (c.1350–1401/2). See Vicenzo.

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