from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Andrea del Sarto Originally Andrea d'Agnolo di Francesco. 1486-1531. Italian painter whose works, including a fresco cycle of the life of John the Baptist, epitomize Florentine classicism.
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Thus Raphael had produced the Stanze, the Cartoons, the Madonnas of Foligno and San Sisto, but not yet the Transfiguration; Michelangelo had six years before uncovered his magnum opus, the Ceiling of the Sixtine Chapel; Andrea del Sarto had some four years earlier completed his beautiful series of frescoes at the Annunziata in Florence.