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The artist known as Giorgione was an Italian painter who belonged to the Venetian school during the High Renaissance. Giorgione was a prolific painter who only produced six attributed works. These works were largely anonymous, however, indicating that there was a great deal of debate about his identity. 

Although Giorgione did not produce a great deal of paintings, he stayed close to the art world and remained active in Venice until his death. He spent many years there, painting Madonnas and scenes of nature. He was credited with painting the first landscape in Western painting, and this vista set him apart from his more moralistic religious work. Aside from the frescos in the German Merchants' Hall in Venice, the artist also painted the interior of Casa Soranzo and the Grimani alli Servi in Italy.

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