1460-1539) would sign works as 'Marco de Melozzo
' in reference to his time with Melozzo
da Forll (c.
The painting by Melozzo
da Forli of Pope Sixtus IV appointing the humanist Bartolomeo Platina prefect of the Vatican Library is one of the iconic masterworks of the Renaissance in Rome.
This stamp features an angel playing a lute, an image from a fresco painted around the year 1480 by Italian Renaissance artist, Melozzo
da Forli, for the apse of the Church of the Holy Apostles in Rome.
Maria Teresa Ricci, "La cour papale et la cortegiana a travers l'oeuvre et la figure de Castiglione"; Michael Rohlmann, "Il pap e I suoi: La storia di una tipologia iconografica in Melozzo
da Forli e Raffaello"; Adalbert Roth, "Il papato del Rinascimento: rappresentazione, cermoniale, musica"; Elise Boillet, "L'Aretin et les papes de son temps: Les formes et la fortune d'une ecriture au service de la papaute"; Claudia La Malfa, "Ales-sandreo VI, Pinturicchio e il gusto antiquariale negli affreschi dell'Appartamento Borgia"; Jacqueline Vons, "Quelle orthodoxie medicale pour la papaute?
Whatever your religious beliefs, you cannot fail to be struck by the almost 3-D artwork by Melozzo
da Forli which graces the ceiling of the Basilica of the Holy House.
Also on display are works by Raphael, Fra Angelico, Melozzo
da Forli, Titian, and, from more modern times, Vincent Van Gogh, Francis Bacon and Graham Sutherland.
Here, at the end of the title sequence, the voice of the adolescent narrator identifies his own neighborhood with precision: "Quartiere Flaminio, Piazza Melozzo
Mark's winged lion, $15; green cotton velvet throw pillows embroidered in gold with the word faith or hope, $20; a set of four prints reproducing the angel paintings of Melozzo
da Forli framed in gilded wood, $279; and a 9-inch-high porcelain vase decorated with the central image of Federico Barocci's "Rest on the Flight Into Egypt," $129.
This stamp features an angel playing a lute from a fresco painted by Melozzo
da Forli (1438-1494).
He was the leading pupil of the great master of perspective and of fresco illusionism, Melozzo
(also 'da Forli'), with whom he was working on the fresco decoration of the now destroyed Cappella Feo in S Girolamo, Forli, when the elder master died in 1494.
122) In Melozzo
da Forli's (1438-94) fresco of Sixtus IV naming Bartolomeo Sacchi--also known as Platina (1421-81)--as custodian of the Vatican Library (ca.
Loreto has little to do with Crivelli, and the frescoes done by Signorelli and Melozzo
da Forli had little local impact.