Giambologna


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Giambologna

(Italian dʒamboˈlɔŋa)
n
(Biography) original name Giovanni da Bologna or Jean de Boulogne. 1529–1608, Italian mannerist sculptor, born in Flanders: noted for his fountains and such works as Samson Slaying a Philistine (1565)
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A model of Giambologna's bronze Allegory of Architecture of around 1600 had come with expectations of 30,000 [euro]-50,000 [euro] and sold to a telephone bidder for 3.7m [euro], underbid by Kugel.
The area feels like an open-air museum, with works by greats such as Michelangelo, Giambologna, Cellini, Bandinelli and Ammannati on view.
In both versions, the artist makes clear references to the compositions of Pietro da Cortona and Giambologna through his employment of architectural elements, compositional arrangement, and figural organization.
This work is thought to be modeled on earlier works by an imitator or student of the Flemish sculptor Giambologna (15291608), the court sculptor to the Medici grand dukes in Florence.
Giambologna, for Jean Boulogne Giambologna (1529-1608), a Dutch sculptor known for his marble and bronze statuary in a late Renaissance or Mannerist style.
The Appenine Colossus resembles like a Greek god sculpted by French sculptor Giambologna. Situated in the gardens of Villa Medici in Pratolino, the Appenine Colossus has stalactites that resemble a man's beard, and one can find a network of grottoes at the back of the colossal structure.
There is also the suggestion that the Borgo San Jacopo Bacchus was the earliest public image by the young Giambologna.
The sculptors Brunelleschi, Donatello, Ghiberti, Verocchio, Nanni di Banco (greatly underrated), and Giambologna are well-represented at Orsanmichele, making a compelling case for Rosenauer's claim.
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Includes works by Degas, Rodin, Giambologna and Roubiliac and new research.
Flying Mercury, Catherine II's copy of the Giambologna (Jean de Boulogne) sixteenth-century statue, the only Russian-claimed wartime displaced cultural valuable discovered recently in Austria, was ceremoniously returned to Pavlovsk in October 2006.