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Paintings were flat without much representation of depth. Giotto introduced perspective into a scene so that the illusion of depth was apparent.

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Giotto has written: 'Le storie di san Francesco d'Assisi' -- subject(s): San Francesco (Church : Assisi, Italy) 'The complete paintings of Giotto' 'Giotto' 'Giotto : Cappella degli Scrovegni' -- subject(s): Cappella degli Scrovegni nell'Arena (Padua, Italy) 'Giotto' -- subject(s): Accessible book 'Italian frescoes' -- subject(s): Cappella degli Scrovegni nell'Arena (Padua, Italy) 'Giotto and Assisi' 'Giotto e il suo tempo' -- subject(s): Exhibitions, Italian Art, Italian Mural painting and decoration 'Giotto, the Arena Chapel frescoes' -- subject(s): Bible, Cappella degli Scrovegni nell'Arena (Padua, Italy), Gothic Mural painting and decoration, Illustrations, Italian Mural painting and decoration, Themes, motives 'The story of Christ' -- subject(s): Art 'The Arena chapel' -- subject(s): Cappella degli Scrovegni nell'Arena (Padua, Italy), Mural painting and decoration 'Giotto, la cappella degli Scrovegni' -- subject(s): Bible, Cappella degli Scrovegni nell'Arena (Padua, Italy), Cappella degli Scrovegni nell'Arna (Padua, Italy), Illustrations, Themes, motives 'Frescoes' -- subject(s): Cappella degli Scrovegni nell'Arena (Padua, Italy), San Francesco (Church : Assisi, Italy), Santa Croce (Church : Florence, Italy) 'Mostra giottesca' -- subject(s): Exhibitions 'L' opera completa di Giotto' 'Gli affreschi di Giotto nella Cappella degli Scrovegni' -- subject(s): Cappella degli Scrovegni nell'Arena (Padua, Italy)


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