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Bronzino

Il, real name Agnolo di Cosimo. 1503--72, Florentine mannerist painter
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As translated by Frank Wynne, The Eye opens promisingly with that Bronzino discovery and the second chapter, 'How I Became an Eye', offers Proustian details of Costamagna's childhood as an aesthetic savant in southern France and Paris.
In addition to their observations as to the unprecedented touch of Bronzino's Noli me tangere, for instance, the authors also make new observations in regard to Francesco Salviati's use of the conventional Noli me tangere composition for his Doubting Thomas (c.
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.
The Portraits of Nikolaus Kratzer or of Georg Gisze by Holbein, as well as the wonderful and lively Portrait of Jacopo Strada by Titian, or the Portrait of Ugolino Martelli by Bronzino, are significant examples; they all speak for themselves.
(2) A practitioner will also want technical guides such as Bronzino's Biomedical Engineering Handbook (3) in addition to specialized texts in fields critical to a particular project.
September 7, 1910 Swynford led all the way in the St Leger under 16-year-old champion jockey Frank Wootton and held on by a head from Bronzino, with Lemberg third.
The experience has something for all tastes: ebony and ivory furniture, enormous fireplaces in white Carrara marble and black Promontorio marble, precious tapestries, paintings by masters including Rubens, Titian, Bronzino, Sebastiano del Piombo and others.
In particular, Agnolo Bronzino's renowned portrait of Eleonora de Toledo with one of her sons, here identified as Giovanni, is laden with multiple meanings: as the depiction of a regent, with imperial associations; as an image of fecundity and chastity; as evoking identification with the "Virgin Mary as the Star of the Morning," "the Madonna with the Christ Child," and "enthroned on the sedes sapientiae"; as the "Apocalyptic Woman clothed with the Sun and Moon"; as "the goddess Diana," "the goddess Juno," as "the consort of Apollo," as "Venus and her son Amor," as "Petrarch's Laura," as "Earth and Water to Cosimo's Fire and Sun," as "Air to Cosimo's Earth"; while the marshy landscape is viewed, inter alia, as an idealized rendering of Tuscany and a eulogy to beauty.
It will have a Bronzino Bronze body colour with screen-printed 'Versus' logo on the roof and chrome finishes.
The early modern painters treated include Van Eyck, Botticelli, Bellini, Durer, Parmigianino, Correggio, Pontormo, Bronzino, Arcimboldo, Veronese, Caravaggio, de la Tour, Velazquez, and Rembrandt, but these are freely intermingled with moderns such as Manet, Van Gogh, Lega, Degas, Caillebotte, Redon, Boccioni, Dali, and Norman Rockwell.
Laura Battiferra degli Ammannati, so famously portrayed by Bronzino in strangely elongated profile in the portrait of c.
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.