Altichiero da Zevio (ältēkyāˈrō dä tsāvˈyō) [key], c.1330–c.1395, Italian painter, follower of Giotto. He worked in Verona and then Padua. His frescoes in the churches of Sant' Antonio and San Giorgio in Padua are notable as early examples of the use of classical proportions in the treatment of figures and space.
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