Andrea Mantegna


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Noun1.Andrea Mantegna - Italian painter and engraver noted for his frescoes (1431-1506)Andrea Mantegna - Italian painter and engraver noted for his frescoes (1431-1506)
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Among the telling anecdotes about the place of Ovid in the imaginations of Renaissance artists is a story about Andrea Mantegna told by the poet Antonio Tebaldeo.
Originalmente estudiante de pintura y arquitectura en la Academia de Bellas Artes de Brera en Milan, si, por supuesto vinculada a la maravillosa Pinacoteca homonima donde se encuentra esa revolucionaria gran tempera de Andrea Mantegna que mucho abono a la perspectiva en la pintura (Lamentacion sobre Cristo muerto, de 1480, ano en que preciosamente nacio Lucrecia), Dario Fo maduro alli un talento que no solo seria vital en su postrera vocacion teatral sino ademas en su obra como ingenioso ilustrador de muchos de sus propios libros y programas de mano.
Se trata de una serie que incluye cuadros donde pintores como Gonzalo Cienfuegos, Juan Domingo Davila, Pablo Ferrer, Enrique Matthey, Benjamin Lira y Roser Bru utilizaron elementos de obras de Agnolo Bronzino, David Hockney, Jacques-Louis David, Andrea Mantegna y Picasso.
A very rare group of 16th century engravings from The Triumphs of Caesar by Andrea Andreani - after Andrea Mantegna, 1431-1506 - are estimated to fetch between PS12,500 and PS17,500.
I remember when Peter Schjeldahl, writing about Andrea Mantegna at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, called Northern Italian Renaissance painting, "the high noon of western painting.
Sebastian by Andrea Mantegna and the almost contemporary statue of the Dying Slave by Michelangelo, as well as the tension between the erotic and the heroic in the Sophonisba story, the author concludes that Trissino's tragedy "invites a brand of practical contemplation, not unlike the meditative praxis encouraged by painting" (88).
Fortunato said that by hiding the devil in the clouds, Giotto appears to have beaten by nearly two centuries a technique attributed to Andrea Mantegna, who in one painting shows a knight emerging from a cloud.
Their conviction that Christ can be found even among the very guerrillas that threaten their lives is poignantly brought across when a fatally wounded Islamist is brought to the monastery and the only monk with medical training is forced at gunpoint to tend this guerrilla--portrayed by the director in an unmistakable visual quote from the painting "The Dead Christ" by Andrea Mantegna.
Sumptuously embroidered edgings of Mary and Christ's garments show the strong appeal of imported and elaborately floral textile designs, as in Gentile da Fabriano's work mentioned above and in Judith with the Head of Holofernes (possibly by Andrea Mantegna (c.
From the 13th through 15th centuries, some of Italy's greatest panel and fresco painters, such as Pisanello (1395-1455) and Andrea Mantegna (c.
Though less graphic than the late 15th-century painting of the same title by Andrea Mantegna, which Wiley is emulating, Wiley's Christ comes with current statistics: the obscenely high homicide rate for young African-American men.
Chapters 1 and 2 deal with Giovanni Bellini's early training, beginning with an overview of his father's career and his encounrers with the art of Andrea Mantegna and Northern European painters.