9 edition of Antonio and Piero Pollaiuolo found in the catalog.
|Statement||Leopold D. Ettlinger.|
|LC Classifications||N6923.P6 E88 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||183 p. :|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||78055008|
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Andrea Di Lorenzo and Aldo Galli, the catalogue’s two editors, are among the most authoritative scholars of the Pollaiuolo canon, and they take here the quite radical position of deattributing from Antonio virtually all the famous paintings, including all the “Portraits,” and 5/5(2).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sabatini, Attilio. Antonio e Piero del Pollaiolo. Firenze, G.C. Sansoni, (OCoLC) Named Person. On the left side of the room are displayed huge panels representing the Seven Virtues, a subject the Merchant's Guild asked Piero del Pollaiolo to paint.
Nevertheless, Piero just painted six of the seven panels and the series was completed by Botticelli, who painted The is one of the very first works by Botticelli and was painted in Pollaiuolo brothers, Italian brothers who, as sculptors, painters, engravers, and goldsmiths, produced myriad works together under a combined signature.
Antonio del Pollaiuolo (original name Antonio di Jacopo d’Antonio Benci; b. Jan. 17, /32, Florence [Italy]—d.
Rome) and Piero del Pollaiuolo (original name Piero di Jacopo d’Antonio Benci; b.Florence—d. Rome) had. Antonio and Piero Pollaiuolo: complete edition with a critical catalogue / Leopold D. Ettlinger. N P6 E88 The Pollaiuolo brothers: the arts of Florence and Rome / Alison Wright.
She considers Antonio’s and Piero’s innovations as well as their self-conscious development of distinct products in precious or novel media. The book provides the definitive account of the Pollaiuolo brothers and their practices, a comprehensive list of their works (including some newly attributed), and a fully updated chronology.
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard Antonio and Piero Pollaiuolo book and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. "Genealogical chart of the family of Antonio Pollaiuolo": p.  "Chronological table of the life and works of Antonio and Piero Pollaiuolo": p.
Lists of works by Antonio and Piero Pollaiuolo: Bibliography: p. Pages: Piero was perhaps responsible for the pioneering interest in landscape seen in the National Gallery St Sebastian and other works.
Antonio's major works as a sculptor are the bronze tombs of Pope Sixtus IV (Francesco della Rovere) (signed and dated ) and Pope Innocent VIII (c–8), both in St Peter's, Rome—the grandest papal tombs of.
Famous for their new treatment of heroic, antique subjects and the depiction of the male nude in action, Antonio and Piero del Pollaiuolo ran one of the most successful and advanced workshops in fifteenth-century Florence.
This comprehensive and beautifully illustrated book reexamines the brothers’ careers and multifaceted work to present a fresh understanding of their contributions to the. "Genealogical chart of the family of Antonio Pollaiuolo": p.
 "Chronological table of the life and works of Antonio and Piero Pollaiuolo": p. Lists of works by Antonio and Piero Pollaiuolo: Bibliography: p. It certainly deserves a place in that great collection-in-waiting - the joke-book of Western art.
About the artist Antonio Pollaiuolo () is a name with a tricky string of : Tom Lubbock. 14 nov. - Explora el tablero "ANTONIO POLLAIOLO" de rossanarocca, que personas siguen en Pinterest. Ver más ideas sobre Arte, Renacimiento y Arte italiano pins. The volume, starting from the celebrated and fascinating Portrait of a Lady from the Poldi Pezzoli museum Antonio and Piero Pollaiuolo book Milan, one of the greatest masterpieces of Florentine portraiture from the latter half of the 15th century, investigates the art of the Pollaiolo brothers: Antonio, a goldsmith, painter and sculptor, and the most famous of the three; Piero, a painter; and Silvestro, who died young and 5/5(4).
botticelli e l'eta' di lorenzo il magnifico filippo lippi, antonio e pietro del pollaiolo, andrea del verrochio, domenico ghirlandaio, pietro perugino, leonardo, filippino lippi, piero di cosimo, fra bartolomeo - i grandi maestri dell'arte - l'artista e il suo tempo.
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Clearly based on classical antiquity (the cultures of ancient Greece and Rome), the print is monumental in size (approximately 15 x 23 inches) and, because of its shallow space, resembles ancient Roman relief sculpture.
This sketch has been ascribed to Verrocchio by S. Strong, in his book on the drawings in the Pembroke collection, pl. Berenson. Drawings etc, No L95ia, assigns it to the school of Antonio Pollaiuolo y.
Burlington Magazine, XXX, p. Google ScholarAuthor: Raimond van Marle. Pollaiuolo synonyms, Pollaiuolo pronunciation, Pollaiuolo translation, English dictionary definition of Pollaiuolo. n 1. Antonio,?–98, Florentine painter, sculptor, goldsmith, and engraver: his paintings include the Martyrdom of St Sebastian 2.
his brother Piero. Most of the Pollaiolo Brothers’ paintings are attributed to Piero, but the higher quality works are said to be a collaborative efforts. Antonio found his talents and independent success in sculpting and metal work, but several pieces are also jointly attributed to both Brothers.
Hercules and the Hydra c. Tempera on wood, 17 x 12 cm Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence: This small panel, the companion-piece to "Hercules and Antaeus", refers to three panels representing the Labours of Hercules which Antonio del Pollaiuolo painted for Lorenzo de' Medici aroundlost works we know about only from later versions.
Portrait of a Lady Oil and tempera on panel, 48 x 35 cm Museo Poldi Pezzoli, Milan: In the late fifteenth century, the brothers Antonio and Piero Pollaiuolo ran an active workshop in Florence, producing sculptures, goldsmith work, and painting.
There was also a considerable graphic output. In this monumental book on the Pollaiuolo brothers-Antonio and Piero-Wright (history of art, Univ. Coll., London) traces their development from Antonio's probable training in the workshop of Lorenzo Ghiberti through his patronage by the Medici to the development with Piero of one of the most successful workshops in Florence and Rome, rivaling Pages: Antonio Pollaiuolo’s Battle of Ten Nudes has been called the single most important engraving in European history.
Clearly based on Classical Antiquity (the cultures of ancient Greece and Rome), the print is monumental in size (approximately 15 x 23 inches) and, because of its shallow space, resembles ancient Roman relief sculpture.
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Antonio di Jacopo Pollaiolo (c) foi um pintor, escultor e ourives italiano da época do Renascimento. Seu irmão era o também artista Piero del Pollaiuolo, e os dois freqüentemente cooperavam em suas obras, que demonstram interesse em anatomia humana.
Conta-se que os irmãos dissecaram corpos com o objetivo de aprimorar seus conhecimentos sobre o ão(s): Piero del Pollaiuolo. Media in category "Sculptures by Antonio del Pollaiolo" The following 34 files are in this category, out of 34 total.
Altare argenteo di san giovanni, nascita del battista di antonio del 2, ×. Antonio and Piero del Pollaiuolo by Aldo Galli,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1).
Ettlinger’s Antonio and Piero Pollaiuolo: Complete Edition with a Critical Catalogue, is a discussion and catalog of the works of the fifteenth-century artist brothers.
Times Literary Supplement reviewer Gregory Martin called Antonio and Piero Pollaiuolo a “scholarly, well-produced monograph.” Achievements. Pollaiuolo (pōl-läyo͞o-ô`lō), family of Florentine artists. Jacopo Pollaiuolo was a noted 15th-century goldsmith. His son and pupil Antonio Pollaiuolo, ?–, goldsmith, sculptor, painter, and engraver, became head of one of the foremost Florentine workshops, with many pupils and assistants.
He was a great draftsman and may have been the first artist to study anatomy by dissection. Media in category "Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian by Antonio and Piero del Pollaiolo" The following 14 files are in this category, out of 14 total. Antonio Pollaiuolo jpg 3, × 4,; MBDepicts: Saint Sebastian.
POLLAIUOLO, ANTONIO (), distinguished himself as a sculptor, jeweller, painter and engraver, and did valuable service in perfecting the art of enamelling. His painting exhibits an excess of brutality, of which the characteristics can be studied in the Saint Sebastian, painted inand now in the National Gallery, London.
A St Christopher and the Infant Christ is in the Nationality: Italian. Antonio del Pollaiolo (Janu / – February 4, ), also known as Antonio di Jacopo Pollaiuolo or Antonio Pollaiolo, was an Italian painter, sculptor, engraver and goldsmith during the Renaissance.
He was born in Florence. The Florentine brothers Antonio and Piero del Pollaiuolo were born some 10 years apart and started on different paths. Piero trained as a painter, perhaps with Andrea dal Castagno. Antonio is usually considered the greater artist; he developed design skills which were the basis of the painting and sculpture for which he was famous.
Biography c. 1 4 3 2 - 1 4 9 8. Known as: Italian Renaissance painter, sculptor and goldsmith Born: Janu /, Florence, Italy Birthname: Antonio di Jacopo Pollaiuolo Date of death: February 4,Rome, Italy Antonio Pollaiuolo is also known as Pollaiolo or Florence, in the second part of the 15th century, he and his brother Piero (c), ran one of the most.
Define Pollaiuolo, Antonio. Pollaiuolo, Antonio synonyms, Pollaiuolo, Antonio pronunciation, Pollaiuolo, Antonio translation, English dictionary definition of Pollaiuolo, Antonio.
n 1. and engraver: his paintings include the Martyrdom of St Sebastian 2. his brother Piero. Pollaiuolo, Antonio - definition of Pollaiuolo, Antonio by The. A Combat of Warriors (Panel) by Pollaiolo, Antonio del, (made).
Panel relief, terracotta, 'Combat of Naked Men', ascribed to Pollaiuolo, Italy, Florence, late 15th century. Museum NumberAntonio Pollaiuolo by Carleton Olegario M Ximo,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Original: tempera on poplar wood. Painting gallery, Berlin National Museums. For the long time the painting had been ascribed to Antonio del Pollaiuolo, the older brother of Piero.
Piero worked in the famous gold-smith's workshop of his brother Antonio, however, specialized in painting. His. Antonio del Pollaiuolo Antonio del Pollaiuolo was an Italian Renaissance artist who lived from /33 to Though ten years apart, Antonio and his younger brother, Piero del Pollaiuolo, were both artists.
Antonio trained as a goldsmith and sculptor while his brother trained as a painter. Inat around 30 years old, Antonio opened. Buy the Hardcover Book Antonio and Piero del Pollaiuolos: Silver And Gold, Painting And Bronze by Antonio Del Pollaiolo atCanada's largest bookstore. POLLAIUOLO, the popular name of the brothers Antonio and Piero di Jacobo Benci, Florentines who contributed much to Italian art in the 15th century.
They were called Pollaiuolo because their father was a poulterer. The nickname was also extended to Simone, the nephew of Antonio. This statuette represents Hercules and Antaeus and is freely adapted from the larger group by Antonio del Pollaiuolo (), which is in the Bargello, Florence.
Hercules, who wears the lion's pelt around his waist with the lion's mask facing backwards, lifts up Antaeus, who has his head thrown back and pushes against Hercules' head with.This fascinating book studies the three Pollaiuolo brothers, the goldsmith, painter and sculptor Antonio, the painter Piero and Silvestro, who died young.
This in-depth study uses scientific research and analysis to study the paintings, drawings, engravings, sculptures, bronzes and objects of applied arts, to give the reader an idea of the.