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Pontormo"s altarpiece in S. Felicita

John K. G. Shearman

Pontormo"s altarpiece in S. Felicita

by John K. G. Shearman

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Published by University of Newcastle upon Tyne in [Newcastle upon Tyne, Eng.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pontormo, Jacopo Carucci, 1494-ca. 1556.,
  • Chiesa di Santa Felicita (Florence, Italy)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby John Shearman.
    SeriesCharlton lecture,, 51
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsND623.P8 S53
    The Physical Object
    Pagination30 p.
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5458518M
    LC Control Number73160894

      The Altarpiece is the first book in The Cross and the Crown series and plays off in , during the time when King Henry VIII declared war against all religious houses. Mount Grace is a priory in Yorkshire village where Catherine Havens, a young nun, grew up after being abandoned. The priory is under new ownership of a man called Robert /5.   Pontormo’s self-portrait drawing is very unusual. I don’t know of any other Italian examples of a nude or semi clad self portrait. The one other image that really seems to correspond to this is a couple of decades earlier and German – Albrecht Dürer’s incredible naked self portrait now in .

    The altarpiece was created using oil on wood and is currently on display at the Cloisters section of the Metropolitan Museums of Art in New York. It is believed that the painting was commissioned by a private individual before going to the Merode families. Though he had minimal influence on his contemporaries and little is known about his early training, Piero Della Francesca is now recognized as a central figure in the Early g with Domenico Veneziano on frescoes for the hospital of Santa Maria Nuova in Florence, Della Francesca would have come into contact with and been influenced by the works of Donatello, Filippo.

    Google Arts & Culture features content from over leading museums and archives who have partnered with the Google Cultural Institute to bring the world's treasures online. The Commission. The Portinari Altarpiece was commissioned by the Italian financier Tommaso Portinari, a long-term resident of the important Flemish trading centre of Bruges, where he was the manager of the Bruges branch of the Medici Family Bank. Intended to commemorate his success in Flanders, the triptych was to be installed on the high altar of St Egidio, the church of the hospital of Santa.


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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : John K. G Shearman. Jacopo Pontormo's Altarpiece in the Capponi Chapel of Santa Felicita in Florence has been widely acclaimed as one of the masterpieces of Mannerist art. However, nearly five hundred years after its creation art historians cannot even agree on the subject matter of the painting or how it relates to Pontormo's other decorations within the : Susan Pastor Drogalis.

Pontormo painted in and around Florence, often supported by Medici patronage. A foray to Rome, largely to see Michelangelo's work, influenced his later style. Haunted faces and elongated bodies are characteristic of his work.

An example of Pontormo's early style is a fresco depicting the Visitation of the Virgin and St Elizabeth, with its dancelike, balanced figures, painted from to Movement: Mannerism. The Medieval and Renaissance Altarpiece Distorting the Madonna in Medieval art The Black Death The conservator's eye: Taddeo Gaddi, Saint Julian Gold-ground panel painting Florence Browse this content A beginner's guide Florence in the Late Gothic period, an introduction Dante’s Divine Comedy in Late Medieval and Early Renaissance art Cimabue.

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My con. Campin’s Merode Altarpiece The Merode Altarpiece is one of the great masterpieces of Northern Renaissance art. The use of objects from the material world to symbolize spiritual ideas, the effort to make the divine accessible to us and part of our world, and the attention to clarity and detail—at the expense of creating a coherent space.

Uncover the different elements of an Italian Renaissance altarpiece. Explore the diagram to find out more about this multi-panelled polyptych Image Above: Detail from Carlo Crivelli, The Demidoff Altarpiece, Join the conversation.

The world's greatest paintings to your inbox. The Portinari Altarpiece or Portinari Triptych (c. ) is an oil on wood triptych painting by the Flemish painter Hugo van der Goes representing the Adoration of the measures x cm, and is now in the Galleria degli Uffizi in Florence, Italy.

The Bardi Altarpiece (Italian: Pala di Bardi), is an Italian Mannerist painting by the Italian painter Parmigianino, dating from c.

and housed in the church of Santa Maria at Bardi, Emilia-Romagna, Italy. History. In Parma was invaded by the imperial-papal troops under Prospero Colonna, in the course of the Italian young Parmigianino, then seventeen, was sent by his family Artist: Parmigianino. Visions of Paradise showcases new scholarly research on the monumental Palmieri Altarpiece by Francesco Botticini (–).

The painting, which depicts the Assumption of the Virgin, was made for the funerary chapel of the Florentine citizen Matteo Palmieri (–).Author: Jennifer Sliwka. Giobbe Altarpiece (c) Accademia, Venice.

By Giovanni Bellini. DRAUGHTSMANSHIP For more about drawing in Venice see: Venetian Drawing (). Introduction. In this article we examine the development of Venetian altarpiece art during the sixteenth century - mostly involving reredos, retables and triptychs - and show how this tradition was modified by the major artists of the period.

Botticini‘s vast altarpiece “Assumption of the Virgin” is a painting undertaken in tempera on a wood panel by the Early Renaissance Italian painter Francesco was originally installed in the church of San Pier Maggiore in Florence in The altarpiece remained there untilwhen the church was demolished.

It was then purchased by the National Gallery in the s, but. The San Marco Altarpiece's crucifixion pax's gold background, archaistic figure, and almost gilded frame makes it clear that it is supposed to be seen as a separate painting. The fact that it enhances the naturalism of the work behind it because of its appearance as another painting, not an actual part of the scene, makes it a perfect example.

Other articles where Visdomini Altarpiece is discussed: Western painting: Mannerist painters in Florence and Rome: In Pontormo’s Visdomini altarpiece (), the tension approaches the breaking point; the composition is vertical and lacking in a sense of space; and a host of similar but clashing centres of action create an impression of agitation.

San Zaccaria Altarpiece Oil on canvas, transferred from wood, x cm San Zaccaria, Venice: Bellini's last phase is heralded with the Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints Peter, Catherine, Lucia and Jerome of the church of San Zaccaria in Venice, dated.

Panel paintings: The Stefaneschi Altarpiece. by GIOTTO. Only a few years after the creation of the Florentine Maestà, Cardinal Jacopo Stefaneschi placed the commission for a large altarpiece with Giotto. Stefaneschi, who came from a very respected Roman family, may have heard of the magnificence of the Ognissanti Madonna and so have become.An altarpiece is a work of art that has been made to go above the altar in a Christian church.

An altarpiece can be a painting, or it can be carved from wood or stone. Some altarpieces have both painting and sculpture Purpose. What is an altarpiece for? A beautiful altarpiece is a way of making a person who goes into a church feel interested.A polyptych is a multi-panelled altarpiece, which usually depicts individual saints set against a celestial gold background within a Gothic architectural framework.

About this altarpiece. The polyptych shown above is Giovanni dal Ponte's altarpiece representing the Ascension of John the Evangelist. This altarpiece once adorned the high altar of.