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Baccio:

see Bandinelli, BartolomeoBandinelli, Bartolomeo
or Baccio
, 1493?–1560, Florentine sculptor and painter; son of a goldsmith. He attempted to emulate Michelangelo, and derived from him a strong interest in musculature.
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The exhibition begins with the Renaissance prints of Baccio Bandinelli, which depict early Italian academies, followed by a rare drawing by Federico Zuccaro of his brother Taddeo, who is shown sketching the Laocoon, one of the most celebrated antique sculptures which had come to light only a few decades earlier.
The final two chapters deal with the interpenetration of sacre rappresentazioni, ottava rima poetry and the engravings Baccio Baldini made in Florence some time in the early 1470s of images of twelve (two were added to the classical ten) sibyls that once famously decorated the palace of Cardinal Giordano Orsini in Rome (now lost).
43) Hence, Neumeister, Mito y ostentacion, 128-30, recalls that in one of Baccio del Bianco's scene drawings for the luxury edition of Calderon's Andromeda y Perseo, the comedia's gracioso is placed outside of the scene.
The Gladiators also won by the same scoreline against the Lions, Stephen Baccio hitting a double while teammate Mslah Husayne got the other.
The Lives of such antiheroes as Buonamico Buffalmaco, Andrea del Castagno, and Baccio Bandinelli, as related by Vasari, offer a literary counterpoint--a narrative tension--necessary for highlighting the accomplishments of the heroes of Vasari's work, and Ladis focuses here on Giotto, Domenico Veneziano, and Michelangelo.
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Directed by Italian Gabriele Muccion (L'Ultimo baccio / One Last Kiss) and written by Steve Conrad (The Weather Man), the title is deliberately misspelt.
Two "city" madrigals were written by Costanzo Festa, two by Matteo Rampollini, two by Baccio Moschini, and one by Giampiero Masacone.
Even the inferior productions of John of Bologna and of Baccio Bandinelli seem to realize the artist's dream.
A few examples: "Portrait of an Aristocratic Youth" by Francesco Salviati, shown here (the sitter has recently been identified as a cousin of the Medici family); the elaborately carved wooden "Throne," a commission to Baccio d'Agnolo, an assistant to Michelangelo, to commemorate the wedding of Filippo Strozzi and Clarice de Medici; and Benedetto Pagni's "The Medici Madonna," which pairs symbols of the powerful Medici family with an aristocratic-looking Madonna.
But it was the gleam of marble skin in Baccio Bandelli's Adam and Eve that was so disturbingly beautiful along with the detail of the pleated skirt worn by Tutankhamun in a quartzite carved statue by an unknown Egyptian artist made around 1333 BC.