Definitions of Uccello
- Pa·o·lo [pah-aw-law] /ˈpɑ ɔ lɔ/, Paolo di Dono,1397–1475, Italian painter.
- Paolo (ˈpaːolo). 1397–1475, Florentine painter noted esp for three paintings of The Battle of San Romano, 1432 (1456–60)
- Paolo 1397–1475 originally Paolo di Dono Florentine painter
Example sentences for Uccello
- If this story be true, Uccello must have painted the picture referred to in his old age.
- He got his name Uccello from his partiality for painting birds, it is said.
- He particularly delighted to have birds in his house, from which he drew, and from thence he obtained his surname of Uccello.
- Uccello was born in 1397 and died in 1475, but there is no evidence as to the year in which the picture was painted.
- "Thou shalt see it some day,—let that suffice thee," Uccello answered.
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