The obscure, yet much copied godfather of the Renaissance,

Angelo d’Antangelo, court portrait painter and creator of Blockism, fashionably portrays many of his famous subjects as historical figures.

Angelo d'Antangelo Moany Rehearsal Draxudo Watering Hole Draglette Lucinda Dragon Slayer Tristan Proposal Romero Lutist Bread Landlady Alchemist Cleopatra Monarch Hunters Wixys SirCedric Venus Harmonds


The Saga of Draxfort, The Blacksmith and the Rebel Princess,

The World of Alfie Watts, Angelo d’Antangelo, The Draxudo Game,

Lucinda the Lady of Shallot, The Dragon Slayer Bride, The Lutist,

Tristan and Isolde, The Proposal, Venus Reclining, The Landlady,

Moany Lisa, The Watering Hole, McWiggs Daily bread, The Rehearsal, The Alchemist, The Death of Cleopatra, The Monarch of the Glen,

No more Dragons, The Wixy Quintuplets, Venus Star Line, Hargmond’s Elixir of Life, The Game of Draglette.

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John William Waterhouse, Edwin Austin Abbey, Paul Delaroche,

Sanzio da Urbino (Raphael), Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci,

Tiziano Vecelli (Titian), Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio,

Sandro Botticelli, Pieter Breugel the Elder, Jean-Andre Rixens,

Jan Steen, Edwin Henry Landseer, John Constable,

Joseph Wright, Dante Gabriel Rossetti.


Barbara Brundon, Martin Wengenmayer, Hornsey College of Art.

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