Filippo Brunelleschi

Italian architect (Florence, 1377 - Florence, April 15, 1446)

Filippo Brunelleschi
in full Filippo di ser Brunellesco Lapi (Florence, 1377 – Florence, April 15, 1446), was an Italian architect, engineer, sculptor, mathematician, goldsmith and set designer of the Italian Renaissance.

Considered the first engineer and designer of the modern age, Brunelleschi was one of the three first great initiators of the Florentine Renaissance with Donatello and Masaccio. In particular Brunelleschi, who was the eldest, was the reference point for the other two and he was responsible for the invention of the single vanishing point perspective, or “centric linear perspective …….Wikipedia…>>

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