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Yi) often occur groups of brooding nudes, fit denizens of Signorelli's arid landscapes and the subject of his real interest. His sardonic, satiric powers spring into genius at Orvieto cathedral where he frescoed a terrifyingly dramatic Last Judgment (pi. yy). Angels blow vast trumpets and out of a sandy desert, blasted of all vegetation, the dead begin to stretch and rise. Gloating devils, not grotesque caricatures but human and muscular, carry off the damned. The living groan and are smitten by the fire which falls from the darkened heavens.
The :io ground is filled by a variety of exotic irpaccio's tenjmes and exempt pictures into genre of dency to turn religious 94 Antonello da Messina St Sebastian in a pageant kind. 95) it Carlo Crivelli as (active 1457deserted Venice and settled in who the provincial Marches. There his Vivarini- on malevolent intensity. His Madonnas, warped by pietv, brood inspired style took over the sickly Child like witches The mood (pi. pj). melts into highly wrought orna- mentation in the Annunciation (pi.
Ji) by effortless telling enchanting the contemporary Sienese Francesco di Giorgio (1439-1 5 2 Antonio Pollaiuolo Apollo and Daphne But a new 501/2). sophisticated interest in antiquity expressed at Florence in Sandro Botticelli (c. 1446-15 10), a painter largely indifferent to problems of perspective and anatomy. His ostensibly pagan pictures is S' 5 3 Antonio Pollaiuolo Martyrdom of St Sebastian 39 were for a narrow literary and aristocratic fashionably neo-Platonic, while his circle, and religious pictures were inevitably easier to appreciate and for a wider audience.