Andrei Rublev During The Renaissance

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One notable painter during the Renaissance era who did not live in Italy was Russian Orthodox artist Andrei Rublev, born in the 1370s and died in 1430 (Ross 131). Though he was born in the medieval era, his work was truly Renaissance era. There is very little known about the life of Andrei Rublev with his exact birth location and date unknown, it is very likely he lived near Moscow at the Trinity St. Sergius Lavra which is near Moscow (131). The first mention of Rublev is in 1405 when he created frescos and icons for the Cathedral of Annunciation (131). His name was on the last of the list of masters that created these masterpieces. It is believed that he was trained under the famous Theophanes the Greek, who was an important master that
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