Domenichino


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Do·me·ni·chi·no

 (dō-mā′nə-kē′nō, -mĕ′nē-) Originally Domenicho Zampieri. 1581-1641.
Italian painter of the baroque eclectic school who is noted for his religious and mythological works, including several frescoes of Saint Cecilia.

Domenichino

(Italian domeniˈkiːno)
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(Biography) full name Domenico Zampieri (doˈmeːniko dzamˈpjɛːri). 1581–1641, Italian Baroque painter, noted for his frescoes and the altarpiece Last Communion of St Jerome (1614)
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Si cimentarono sul soggetto dello sguardo di Armida almeno i seguenti pittori: Caracci, Domenichino, Finoglio, Van Dyck, Ricci, De Silvestre, Lapis, Tiepolo, Fisella, Piazzetta, Tischbein il Vecchio, Glink, Hayez.
Nell'immaginario popolare il volto di San Gennaro assume di volta in volta le sembianze di chi nel corso dei secoli l'ha raffigurato: Domenichino, De Ribera, Stanzione, Luca Giordano, Fanzago, Monte, De Mura, Solimena, Carlo Coppola, Pacecco De Rosa, Falcone, per citare solo alcuni dei tantissimi artisti che gli hanno dato una connotazione precisa.
En las versiones de Cavaliere d'Arpino (1620-1630) y de Annibale Carracci y Domenichino (1597), el escudo es reemplazado por la cabeza de Medusa, que es sujetada por las serpientes que aun conserva como cabellos.
These masterpieces were joined by more than fifty paintings, sculptures, rare books, precious objects, drawings, prints, and historical documents by Bernini, Domenichino, Gaulli, Ciro Ferri, Carlo Maratta, and Andrea Pozzo, among other Italian baroque masters, on loan from U.S.
The earliest monumental treatment of Ignatius's vision was almost certainly the altarpiece by Domenichino lent by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Fig.
The outstanding Sala de Apollo with Domenichino's frescoes, also at Frascati, is carefully reviewed by Robertson.
85, da cuenta de la participacion de Stanzione en una obra coral en 1646, que completaba la realizada por Domenichino en la capilla del Tesoro, donde aparecia el virrey del momento junto a sus ministros en acto de penitencia.
At the moment of her triumph, she is "[ajttired like Domenichino's Sibyl":
De esta forma, y ya dentro del ambito del arte, la confluencia de piezas de ambas orillas del Atlantico hace que destaquen en su justo valor, junto a las obras de Tiepolo, Goya, Velazquez, Zurbaran, Domenichino, Pannini, Antonio Moro, Mengs, Luea Giordano o Carreno de Miranda, las de artistas novohispanos de la calidad y personalidad de Echave Ibia, Villalpando, los Rodriguez Juarez, Correa, Cabrera, Alcibar y Miguel y Juan Gonzalez.
His picturesqueness, as he explicitly states at the end of act II, is anchored in the frescos of the Italian painter Domenichino (Domenico Zampieri) in the Polet Chapel of San Luigi dei Francesi in Rome, four panels known as the St.
For instance, we know that pricing by number of figures became a typical procedure during the early 600s for leading painters such as Guercino, Domenichino, and Guido Reni.
1483-91; Paris, Louvre); Raphael's Apollo and Marsyas (1509-11; Vatican, Stanza della Segnatura, ceiling fresco); Titian's Flaying of Marsyas (1571-76; Kromeriz, Archiepiscopal Palace); Annibale Carracci's Flaying of Marsyas (1597-1603; Rome, Palazzo Farnese, ceiling fresco); Bartolomeo Manfredi's Apollo and Marsyas (1615-20; St Louis, Miss., St Louis Art Museum); Domenichino's Flaying of Marsyas (1616-18; London, National Gallery); Giovanni Francesco Barbieri Guercino's Apollo Flaying Marsyas (c.