|Giulio Clovio (1498–1578)|
|Alternative names||Giulio Clovio, Julije Klović, Il Macedo|
Croatian painter, manuscript illuminator and fashion designer
|Date of birth/death||3 January 1578 or 4 January 1578|
|Location of birth/death||Grizane, Croatia||Rome|
|Work location||Italy (1516), Hungary (1524-1526), Rome (1526-1527), Mantua (1527), Rome (1538-1551), Florence (1551-1553), Rome (1553-1578)|
Juraj Julije Klović (Italian: Giorgio Giulio Clovio; 1498–January 5 1578), was a Renaissance illuminator, miniaturist, and painter, born in Croatia, who worked in Renaissance Italy. He was also a priest. He is considered the greatest illuminator of the Italian High Renaissance, and arguably the last very notable artist in the long tradition of the illuminated manuscript, before some modern revivals.
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