Bronzino


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Bronzino

Il, real name Agnolo di Cosimo. 1503--72, Florentine mannerist painter
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No one was more adept at negotiating these new standards than Santi di Tito, heir to Andrea's legacy via his teacher Bronzino, himself a pupil of Pontormo.
Peterson (medicine, engineering, University of Connecticut) and Bronzino (applied science, Trinity College; president, Biomedical Engineering Alliance and Consortium) present current work on principles and applications of biomechanics.
In general, the format of the exhibition and catalogue is arranged chronologically starting with an early fifteenth-century Franco-Flemish portrait and continuing into the mid-sixteenth century Mannerism of Bronzino.
This general format and length is most prevalent among the preserved images of Medici women depicted by Agnolo Bronzino, Alessandro Allori and others from the 1560s and 1570s, while after this date the format lengthens slightly to a true three-quarter length representation.
Todavia hoy, el mas reconocible de sus emblemas es el hermoso pie, recortado de un cuadro de Bronzino, que aplasta a los habitantes saltarines de un paisaje.
Favorite former pupil Bronzino (Massimo Wertmueller) tries to calm him down, but ill health and jealous rumors dog Pontormo's path.
A diferencia de otras representaciones de besos como la erotica Alegoria de Venus y Cupido pintada al oleo por Bronzino entre 1540-45, la famosa escultura El beso de Rodin de 1886 o el emblematico Beso pintado al oleo por Gustav Klimt en 1907-08, en esta exposicion faltan seres humanos y sobran evocaciones; faltan sentimientos y sobran deseos; falta pasion y sobran ejercicios musculares: en su video I am in the mood for love, Fernando Llanos presenta una pareja que sin pasion se da un beso que dura 48 minutos y, en una superficie blanca, Alba Adame estampa la huella de sus labios.
Standing in the studio, Currin points, like a figure in an allegory by Bronzino, to a clue.
Although Cosimo I never persuaded Michelangelo to return to Florence, the Grand Duke did avail himself of the talents of the city's other most-gifted sons--particularly Jacopo Pontormo, Agnolo Bronzino, Francesco Salviati, and Giorgio Vasari.
George Little Management has appointed Beth Bronzino divisional manager of the Tabletop & Homewares and At Home divisions of the New York International Gift Fair.
Ma la mano 'segna-libro' viene dipinta anche per segnalare la presenza di testi non sacri; per esempio, nel ritratto di Ugolino Martelli del Bronzino il personaggio raffigurato segue con un dito il testo dell'Iliade mentre con l'altra mano sorregge un libro del Bembo (fig.
We need to imagine what the young man looked like, and Mr Cousins does well to suggest (of Sonnet 94) a Bronzino portrait.