Pontormo


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Pontormo

(Italian ponˈtormo)
n
(Biography) Jacopo da (ˈjaːkopo da). original name Jacopo Carrucci. 1494–1556, Italian mannerist painter
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The exhibition features Renaissance and Baroque paintings by renowned Italian artists including Botticelli, Caravaggio and Pontormo.
Securities and Exchange Commission, assigned Pontormo RMBS S.
The acquisition of a major northern European view by Bernardo Bellotto for nearly 12 [pounds sterling] million, after an export bar was placed on the painting, is a welcome triumph after the Pontormo farrago of the spring.
A partir de esos periodos, obras maestras reunidas por su alta calidad y belleza han sido elegidas para establecer un enriquecedor dialogo entre los acervos Coleccion Colnaghi de Londres y del Museo Nacional de San Carlos, en la exposicion Del Pontormo a Murillo.
In Italy, Pontormo was among the first exponents of Mannerism, a style of painting that stressed artifice over realism.
In the mid-sixteenth century, Jacopo da Pontormo, the lunatic Florentine painter, could claim that while God needed three dimensions to create nature, painters only needed two to re- create it; which, he concluded, "is truly a miraculous, divine artifice.
Autoritratti letterari nella Firenze di Cosimo I: Bandinelli, Vasari, Cellini e Pontormo.
See Janet Cox-Rearick, Dynasty and Destiny in Medici Art: Pontormo, Leo X, and the Two Cosimos (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1984), 39.
In La ricotta, Pasolini represents the Passion of Jesus, yet referenced through the attempted reproduction of two mannerist paintings by Rosso Fiorentino and Pontormo.
There the young Andrea del Sarto co-opted contributions on Marian themes from the neophytes Pontormo and Rosso.
This collection of essays on artists as readers explores such topics as Jacop Pontormo as a scholarly craftsman, Lorenzo Lippi's literary culture, Coninxlo, Pieter Lastman, Sir Joshua Reynolds, artists and knowledge in sixteenthcentury Venice, oratory in Gian Paolo Lomazzo's world, the cultural approach taken with a treatment of artists' portraits, Le Brun as reader and painter, the collaborate partnership in seventeenth-century Italy, Poliziano and Pico della, Francisco de Hollanda, technical knowledge, Bach, and the book collection of Jeronimo Antonio Gil as an evangelist of taste.
Welles is filming two tableaux vivants of the 16th-century representations of Christ's deposition from the cross by Rosso Fiorentino and Jacobo Pontormo.