All paolo uccello 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z




Choice ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
61227 A gothicizing tendency of Uccello art is nowhere more apparent than in Saint George and the Dragon  A gothicizing tendency of Uccello art is nowhere more apparent than in Saint George and the Dragon   A gothicizing tendency of Uccello's art is nowhere more apparent than in Saint George and the Dragon (c. 1456).
61230 A scene in Paolo Uccello Corpus Domini predella  A scene in Paolo Uccello Corpus Domini predella   A scene in Paolo Uccello's Corpus Domini predella (c. 1465-1468), set in a Jewish pawnbroker's home. Blood in the background emanates from the Host, which the moneylender has attempted to cook, and seeps under the door. This story first entered the Italian literary tradition via Giovanni Villani (c. 1280?C1348) and his Nuova Cronica.
61226 Creation of the Animals and Creation of Adam  Creation of the Animals and Creation of Adam   Creation of the Animals and Creation of Adam; (Below) Creation of Eve and the Expulsion
61228 Niccolo Mauruzi da Tolentino at the Battle of San Romano,  Niccolo Mauruzi da Tolentino at the Battle of San Romano,   Paolo Uccello. Niccol?? Mauruzi da Tolentino at the Battle of San Romano, c. 1438?C1440. Egg tempera with walnut oil and linseed oil on poplar. 181.6 x 320 cm. London: National Gallery.
61231 Portion of Paolo Uccello The Hunt  Portion of Paolo Uccello The Hunt   Portion of Paolo Uccello's The Hunt (Ashmolean Museum)
57084 the battle of san romano  the battle of san romano   mk247 begun c.1440,tempera on panel ,71x126 in(each panel),national gallery,uk uffizi,ltaly,louvre,france
57087 the battle of san romano  the battle of san romano   mk247 begun c.1440,tempera on panel ,71x126 in(each panel)national gallery,uk,uffizi,ltaly,louvre,france
57089 the battle of san romano  the battle of san romano   mk247 begun c.1440,tempera on panel ,71x126 in(each panel),national gallery,uk,uffizi,ltaly,louvre,france
61229 The Princess and the Dragon,  The Princess and the Dragon,   The Princess and the Dragon, Paolo Uccello, c. 1470, a classic image of a damsel in distress.