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Cimabue, Giovanni (c.1240–c.1302) 13th-century Florentine painter, an important transitional link between the rigid Byzantine style of painting and the greater realism of the 14th-century School of Florence. His best-known work is Madonna and Child Enthroned. Cimabue is said to have taught Giotto.