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Carlo Crivelli was born between 1430 and 1435 in Venice. His career can only be understood in terms of a distinctive artistic culture that developed in the townships of 'the Marches'.
Crivelli's painting was hard, careful and detailed. Like modern painters of still lifes, he loved to paint fruit. He was expelled from Venice after eloping in 1457. He took refuge in Dalmatia, then returned to Italy; he spent much time wandering among the small towns in the north of Italy a (showing 500 of 1264 characters).