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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Drawing & drawings,
  • History of art & design styles: c 1600 to c 1800,
  • c 1500 to c 1600,
  • Exhibition Catalogs,
  • Architecture,
  • Italy,
  • Drawing, Italian,
  • Exhibitions,
  • Drawing,
  • General,
  • Art / General,
  • Artists,
  • 16th century,
  • Biography,
  • Florence

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages272
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7737033M
ISBN 100521330653
ISBN 109780521330657
OCLC/WorldCa13396011

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Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: Monographs of the School of Am Get Books Written between and , "The ""Florentine Codex" (so named because the manuscript has been part of the Laurentian Library s collections since at least ) is the most authoritative statement we have of the Aztecs lifeways and traditions a rich and. FLORENTINE ART "There was a severity and austerity about the Florentine art, even at its climax. It was never too sensuous and luxurious, but rather exact and intellectual. Book. Birds. Angels. Insects. Fish. Spider. Animals. Household Object. Clothing and Accessories. Important Painters Born in the 16th Century. Florentine people have artistically influenced and defined the wider world, this is beyond doubt. Painters, writers, sculptors, architects, all the great Florentine masters inspired following artists from all the world. Here we take a look at some of the best Florentine artists from the Renaissance period and beyond, whose talent and art deserve recognition.   Consignment Designation: Sold without Reserve Description: oil on panel Dimensions: panel: 23 3/8 by 17 7/8 in.; by cm. Dimensions Alt: framed: 34 by 29 1/4 in.; by cm. Catalog Note: This intriguing portrait dates from the middle of the century, when the Mannerist style had taken over all facets of Florentine art, including.

  A round Leonardo da Vinci painted his iconic portrait of the Florentine noblewoman Ginevra de’Benci (Fig. 1a). The front panel displays the aristocrat’s face, while the back uses flora to represent her personality. The two sides blend together, creating a full picture of Ginevra de’ sitter wears a brown kirtle laced with blue ribbon, and a halo of tight ringlets surrounds.   A rare-book auction in Northampton is not the likeliest place to find an original work by a significant 16th-century Florentine artist. But there it was at the sale last fall, a double-sided sheet. Artist: Anonymous, Italian, Florentine, 16th century Date: 16th century Medium: Black and white chalk on paper prepared with violet wash Accession: On view in: Not on view Noli me tangere Artist: Anonymous, Italian, Florentine, 16th century Date: – Medium: Black chalk, highlighted with white chalk, on blue paper Accession: Florentine painting or the Florentine School refers to artists in, from, or influenced by the naturalistic style developed in Florence in the 14th century, largely through the efforts of Giotto di Bondone, and in the 15th century the leading school of Western of the best known painters of the earlier Florentine School are Fra Angelico, Botticelli, Filippo Lippi, the Ghirlandaio.