References in periodicals archive ?
Highlights included the small-scale copy of the Last Judgment, commissioned by Cardinal Alessandro Farnese of Marcello Venusti in 1549, which shows the imposing fresco before the strategic coverings and changes made by Daniele da Volterra to hide the nudity and other perceived vulgarities (earning Volterra the nickname of Il braghettone, the breeches painter).
The fiction or materia in the painting is the representation of Alessandro Farnese as Paul the Apostle, while in Caro's play, the primary fictional component and integral materia is the "Romanization" of the originally Lucchese straccioni.
In Titian's Paul III Without Hat, Alessandro Farnese becomes Paul the Apostle in a representation that fuses story and image in a metamorphosis to satisfy propagandistic stipulations.
In a 1548 letter to Vittoria Farnese, daughter of Pierluigi Farnese and granddaughter of Alessandro Farnese, Pope Paul III, Caro declined to send her a copy of Gli straccioni on the grounds that it was "composed for Rome and for that particular time and about a subject which at the time was still fresh and in accordance with the tastes of the Duke your father.
Accused of complicity in the plot, Caro returned to Rome and entered the service of Cardinal Alessandro Farnese, the Pope's nephew.
Paolo Morigia, in his La Nobilita di Milano of 1595, praised Lucio Piccinino both for his relief work in iron and silver and his damascening, noting that he had made costly armours for Alessandro Farnese, Duke of Parma, and other princes.
Especially welcome was the identification of Andrea Casalini of Parma as the artist responsible for designing the decoration of the 'Piccinino' armour of Alessandro Farnese (no.
Therefore Jupiter the planet had great influence in making Alessandro Farnese a cardinal, and this would be reason enough to paint the single planet Jupiter among the stars of this vault.
In addition Lippincott thought the well-known and genuine birth horoscope of Alessandro Farnese which was published by Luca Gaurico in 1552, conflicted with the birth time given in the horoscope published by Giuntini in 1583.
But there is no discrepancy between the dates and times of birth proposed by Francesco Giuntini and Luca Gaurico for the birth of Cardinal Alessandro Farnese.
The first born of these twins was to become the great military hero, Alessandro Farnese, the second was Carlo.
For Steuco's relationship with Alessandro Farnese, see Freudenberger, 1935, 97-140.