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Nikolaos Philanthropinos (Greek: Νικόλαος Φιλανθρωπηνός, 1380/85 – 1435/1450), also known as Nicolaos Philanthropenos and Nicolaus Filantropinó or Philastropino. He was a Greek Byzantine painter. He was active in Crete, Venice, and Constantinople. He was a very famous painter during the onset of the Italian Renaissance, the end of the Palaeologan Renaissance and the beginning of the Greek Renaissance. He worked with Venetian master Nicolaus Storlado. His contemporaries in Crete were Manuel Fokas and Ioannis Pagomenos. He brought the art of Constantinople to Venice and Crete. He influenced both Greek and Italian art. Artists he influenced include: Angelos Akotantos and Andreas Ritzos. He completed some mosaics for St Mark's Basilica in Venice.

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  • Nikolaos Philanthropinos (Greek: Νικόλαος Φιλανθρωπηνός, 1380/85 – 1435/1450), also known as Nicolaos Philanthropenos and Nicolaus Filantropinó or Philastropino. He was a Greek Byzantine painter. He was active in Crete, Venice, and Constantinople. He was a very famous painter during the onset of the Italian Renaissance, the end of the Palaeologan Renaissance and the beginning of the Greek Renaissance. He worked with Venetian master Nicolaus Storlado. His contemporaries in Crete were Manuel Fokas and Ioannis Pagomenos. He brought the art of Constantinople to Venice and Crete. He influenced both Greek and Italian art. Artists he influenced include: Angelos Akotantos and Andreas Ritzos. He completed some mosaics for St Mark's Basilica in Venice.
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  • Nikolaos Philanthropinos (Greek: Νικόλαος Φιλανθρωπηνός, 1380/85 – 1435/1450), also known as Nicolaos Philanthropenos and Nicolaus Filantropinó or Philastropino. He was a Greek Byzantine painter. He was active in Crete, Venice, and Constantinople. He was a very famous painter during the onset of the Italian Renaissance, the end of the Palaeologan Renaissance and the beginning of the Greek Renaissance. He worked with Venetian master Nicolaus Storlado. His contemporaries in Crete were Manuel Fokas and Ioannis Pagomenos. He brought the art of Constantinople to Venice and Crete. He influenced both Greek and Italian art. Artists he influenced include: Angelos Akotantos and Andreas Ritzos. He completed some mosaics for St Mark's Basilica in Venice.
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