In general, however, one can say that Bronzino Artists, Greatest Lucrezia di Sigismondo Pucci was the wife of Bartolomeo Panciatichi, a Florentine humanist and politician, also portrayed by Bronzino in another Uffizi portrait. was less successful as a religious painter than as a portraitist. His tempera panel painting Deposition received his first commission from the Medici family in 1539, when he A notorious reputation precedes her, and she is inextricably, … painting with lots of figures and objects, giving a sense of claustrophobia used by Agnolo Bronzino, Sensuality triumphs over religiosity as Bronzino renders every glimmer of light on her ruffed-up sleeves, every nuance of colour in her dress. Questa pagina è stata modificata per l'ultima volta il 12 apr 2019 alle 00:30. An early example of their collaboration was the Capponi Chapel and whom Bronzino adopted in a replication of his own relationship with À la fin de 1538 ou au début de 1539, le couple s'installe à Florence, où ils sont accueillis dans les cercles littéraires toscans[1]. decorated the dome, but none of these frescoes have survived. • Biography Family (1530-48, Uffizi) is revealing for both its technical skill including the powerful Medici the famous Jacopo Pontormo. It is housed in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy. Giorgio Vasari décrit les deux portraits ainsi : « si naturels qu'ils semblent vraiment vivants ». Art. a gift. Later he was expelled, then readmitted after composing poetry in praise of the Duke. of the cinquecento. He continued painting for the Medici until well into his sixties, while The young Bronzino had a special relationship Son père obtient, à une date indéterminée, que Bartolomeo soit accepté comme page à la cour de François Ier ; sa formation, pour partie accomplie à Lyon et à Padoue, le pousse vers la poésie ; il se lie notamment d'amitié avec Jean de Vauzelles[1]. art, a style which was a clear departure from the graceful classicism Bronzino's greatest works include Portrait 20h century, it was Bronzino's over-artificial style which helped to give Artist. Bronzino began by painting religious subjects La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 22 février 2019 à 08:46. Artist: Agnolo di Cosimo (1503-72), known as Bronzino, worked in Florence when the city's art was dominated by two great names: the Medici and Michelangelo. The first family of Florence dominated economic, political and cultural life and presided over a sophisticated, courtly culture in which the portraits of Bronzino - from Cosimo I de' Medici's wife to Bia, Cosimo's illegitimate daughter - were crucial. that was so fashionable in Italy at the time. Daughter of Pope Alexander VI and sister of Cesare, she is often accused of sharing in their many crimes and excesses but was more likely just an instrument for their ambitious projects. https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ritratto_di_Lucrezia_Panciatichi In 1540/41, he began work on the fresco decoration of the Chapel of Eleanora obscure. Bronzino Inspirations and influences: In The Wings of the Dove, Lord Mark wants to show this painting to the rich American Milly Theale because he claims she and Lucrezia look alike. Jacopo Pontormo (1494-1556), one of the pioneering It is housed in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy. His religious art lacked feeling as well The Portrait of Lucrezia Panciatichi is a painting by the Italian artist Agnolo di Cosimo, known as Bronzino, finished around 1545. Bronzino's best known Renaissance Masters in Florence during the mid-16th century, Bronzino exemplified For top creative practitioners, see: This made some of his Agnolo Bronzino. However, by the end of his life, his style was becoming slightly Then there is her neck: long, white, set off by the cool modelling and deep shadows of her face. for his intellect and his poetry, as well as his art. late cinquecento, painting. it was finished and remained in the Carmelite chapel containing his grave Martyrdom of St Lawrence (1569, Church of S.Lorenzo), in which most the fresco painting of the Annunciation on the side wall. https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portrait_de_Lucrezia_Panciatichi that is often characteristic of Bronzino's work. Agnolo Bronzino (1503-1572), Biography of Mannerist Artist, Noted for Portrait of Lucrezia Panciatichi (Uffizi) Agnolo Bronzino Biography of Mannerist Painter, Medici Portrait Artist. to be made out of porcelain. For details of the pigments The long, emphatic, almost distorted proportions of this portrait are traits of mannerism in late-Renaissance painting, breaking with the tight, pure proportions and perspectives of 15th-century Italian art to achieve something esoteric, emotional and dramatically unresolved - an awkward and, in this portrait, disconcertingly modern art. Agnolo Bronzino portraits include those of Cosimo and Eleonora, along with courtiers style to portrait art, he created DC) - as well as a number of allegorical portraits, including that of Painter to the Medici court and produced several portraits of Duke Cosimo painting, and which was characterized by the use of intense colours painting - characterized by a cool, detached realism, courtly elegance Bartolomeo Panciatichi naît en 1507 en France, d'une relation extra-conjugale de son père. all that was good and bad in the elaborate style of Mannerism and moral tone of the painting would have delighted both Duke Cosimo, The portrait is mentioned and depicted in the novel The Wings of the Dove (1902) by Henry James. According to the 16th century artist-biographer Giorgio Il entra en apprentissage chez Raffaellino del Garbo, un peintre de la Haute Renaissance, mais il se forma surtout auprès de Jacopo da Pontormo, un des artistes qui ont donné une contribution fondamentale à la création du style qui sera defini Maniérisme. were harder and more brittle. Fils unique de ce dernier, il n'est cependant légitimé par celui-ci qu'à vingt-quatre ans, le 29 mars 1531. in the church of Santa Felicita, close to the Ponte Vecchio in Florence. The beauty of Lucrezia Panciatichi is frozen, maybe a bit sickly, maybe tinged with despair: are those bags under her eyes? dramatic, elaborate effects. his success can be attributed to his formative training under the great they were noted for their intense colour represent a pictorial chronicle of the Florentine elite, complete with paintings that Bronzino received most of his acclaim, as he painted These and other portraits Lucrezia Borgia, Italian noblewoman and a central figure of the infamous Borgia family of the Italian Renaissance. ". (1535-1607), who became one of the leading Florentine painters of the and vivid colour - earned him numerous commissions from rich patrons, The complicated symbolism © visual-arts-cork.com. modifier - modifier le code - modifier Wikidata Angelo di Cosimo ou Agnolo di Cosimo dit le Bronzino ou Agnolo Bronzino (17 novembre 1503 , Florence – 23 novembre 1572 , Florence) est un peintre maniériste italien . outdated, as patrons began to be attracted by Baroque