6 edition of The art of Parmigianino found in the catalog.
|Statement||David Franklin ; with an essay by David Ekserdjian.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 289 p. :|
|Number of Pages||289|
Parmigianino definitely confronted art with a new generation. Even his nickname, the little guy from Parma, announces a rising star, and he was soon a pioneer of the Renaissance etching. He came to Rome at twenty-one, bearing a self-portrait as .
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Gombrich, London: Phaidon Press, Ltd., ISBN Born: Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola. Parmigianino's Madonna with the Long Neck is often viewed by art historians as being a painting that represents a shift in the development of early 16th century art. In his book The Story of Art, Ernst Gombrich describes High Renaissance art as 'a crisis of art' and he cites Parmigianino in particular as being an artist who, 'wanted to be.
"The beauty and range of the work of the sixteenth-century artist Parmigianino as painter, draughtsman, and printmaker make him one of the most remarkable figures of the Italian Renaissance. He was an artist who seemed to discover his style without any effort, and his art was universally recognized as being graceful, or full of grace.
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Commissioned by noblewoman Elena Bajardi in for the Church of Santa Maria dei Servi in Parma, and placed there inthough the panel was left incomplete (as stated in the inscription).After being offered to Cardinal Leopoldo de' Medici init remained in the church unti1 when it was sold to Grand Prince Ferdinando de' : Parmigianino Mazzola.
Get this from a library. The art of Parmigianino. [David Franklin; Parmigianino; David Ekserdjian; National Gallery of Canada.; Frick Collection.] -- "The beauty and range of the work of the sixteenth-century artist Parmigianino as painter, draughtsman, and printmaker make him one of the most remarkable figures of the Italian Renaissance.
He was. Portrait of a Man Reading a Book Parmigianino (–) York Art Gallery Parmigianino. – View profile. Virgin and Child The Courtauld Gallery.
Rest on the Flight into Egypt The Courtauld Gallery. Portrait of a Man Reading a Book York Art Gallery. Conversion of Saint Paul The Courtauld Gallery.
For a few decades in the first half of the 16th century, the tremendous quality of the paintings and drawings produced in Parma (and by artists from the city working elsewhere) made the city more than a match for its rivals. The two reasons for this brief golden age were Correggio (–) and Parmigianino (–40).
Correggio moved to Parma in the late s, by which time he. painting by Parmigianino (Museum: York Art Gallery). Portrait of a Man with a Book is an artwork on USEUM.
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Frick Collection visitors had the extended opportunity to view a painting by the Renaissance artist Parmigianino (–40), Portrait of a Man with a Book. The work was on loan from the York Art Gallery, and took its place as part of the highly praised special exhibition A Beautiful and Gracious Manner: The Art of Parmigianino, which closed to the public on April 18 after setting winter.
Parmigianino was an Italian painter who helped develop Mannerism during the 16th century.A hallmark of his style was the elongation of forms, as is evident in his work Madonna of the Long Neck (). “Among the many natives of Lombardy who have been endowed with the gracious gift of design, with a lively spirit of invention, and with a particular manner of making beautiful Nationality: Italian.
Finally, Ekserdjian devotes space to the possibility of Parmigianino's intervention in architecture. Matching the span of Parmigianino's career, Ekserdjian spent twenty years on the study of the artist during which time, he wryly notes, the project nearly came to : Tony Hughes.
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Art World Art Industry News: Getty Buys $31 Million Parmigianino Painting + More Must-Read Stories. Plus, Christie's will auction Audrey Hepburn's wardrobe and big corporations pull funding from a. It shows that Parmigianino was an artist who strove towards a sophisticated style, willing to break from convention, while still executing a masterful technique.
It is sometimes said that Parmigianino had dug the roots, among other daring artists. Mannerist painter, draftsman, and etcher, Francesco Mazzola, known as Parmigianino (), was an influential artist in the generation following Raphael and Michelangelo.
Despite a growing interest in mannerist painting, very little has been published on Parmigianino outside of Italy.
In Pages: Art in Parma in the 16th Century For the general exhibition-going public, Italian Renaissance art — and especially the art of the 16th century — tends to revolve around three great centers: Florence, Venice, and Rome.
Instead, “Correggio and Parmigianino” — on at Rome’s Scuderie until June 26th — aims to celebrate a remarkable yet little-known [ ]. Parmigianino’s Man with a Book () with works by Titian and Michelangelo too James Hall recently argued that where others see just the likeness of a man in Parmigianino's Portrait of a Man with a Book (), he sees a spiritual allegory masked as a likeness.
This altarpiece was commissioned for a burial chapel in San Salvatore in Lauro in Rome. However, the political turmoil following the Sack of Rome in meant that it was never installed there.
According to the art biographer Vasari, Parmigianino was working on this picture when imperial troops.Frick Collection visitors had the extended opportunity to view a painting by the Renaissance artist Parmigianino (–40), Portrait of a Man with a work was on loan from the York Art Gallery, and took its place as part of the highly praised special exhibition A Beautiful and Gracious Manner: The Art of Parmigianino, which closed to the public on April 18 after setting winter.
'David Ekserdjian's book on Parmigianino offers a wealth of stimulating new ideas and insights, from the influence of the antique to the meanings of his erotic art.'Mary Vaccaro, Apollo Magazine "Beautifully illustrated and deeply researched.