eBook Italian Artists of the Sixteenth Century: Antonio Tempesta - Commentary, Part 2 download
by Eckhard Leuschner
Author: Eckhard Leuschner
Publisher: Abaris Books (2007)
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He was part of the large team of artists working under Giorgio Vasari on the interior decoration of the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence. Grove Art Dictionary. Eckhard Leuschner, Antonio Tempesta. 17th-century Italian painters. Italian Renaissance painters.
He was part of the large team of artists working under Giorgio Vasari on the interior decoration of the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence. His favourite subjects were battles, cavalcades, and processions. He relocated to Rome, where he associated with artists from the Habsburg Netherlands, which may have led to his facility with landscape painting. Among his followers was Marzio di Colantonio. Ein Bahnbrecher des roemischen Barock und seine europaeische Wirkung, Petersberg 2005 (in German). Bryan, Michael (1889).
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print maker: Antonio Tempesta (mentioned on object). Antonio Tempesta, Eckhard Leuschner, p. 159, ca. r. Italian masters of the sixteenth century : Antonio Tempesta, p. 326, ca. 596. Le peintre graveur, dl. publisher: Govert van Schayck. print maker: Italy Italy publisher: Rome Italy Italy. The Illustrated Bartsch: Italian Masters of the Sixteenth Century (The illustrated Bartsch). 0898350352 (ISBN13: 9780898350357). Antonio Tempesta (Part 3). Get A Copy.
1984, The Illustrated Bartsch: Antonio Tempesta: Italian Masters of the Sixteenth Century, vol. 35, Abaris . 35, Abaris Books, New York, p. 299); Bartsch XVII. 570 i/ii (Adam von Bartsch 1803, Le Peintre graveur, Vienna); Nagler XVIII.
He was part of the large team of artists working under Giorgio Vasari on the interior decoration of the Palazzo Vecchio in. . Category:1555 births Category:1630 deaths Category:16th-century Italian painters Category:Italian male painters Category:17th-century Italian painters Category:Italian Renaissance painters Category:Italian printmakers Category:Florentine painters.
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Antonio Tempesta (1555 – 5 August 1630) was an Italian painter and . 16th-century Italian painters.
Antonio Tempesta (1555 – 5 August 1630) was an Italian painter and engraver, whose art acted as a point of connection between Baroque Rome and the culture of Antwerp. From 1579–83, Tempesta participated in the decoration of the Villa Farnese in Caprarola, notably of this villa's Scala Regia. He is also known to have collaborated on frescoes in the Villa d'Este at Tivoli and the Palazzina Gamara at Villa Lante, Bagnaia.
The sixteenth century may be described as the great age of Italian drawing. It was then that Giorgio Vasari asserted the primacy of disegno, hailing it as the father of the arts and the supreme expression of the artist's intellect. Raphael, Michelangelo, Andrea del Sarto, Correggio, and the Venetians Titian, Tintoretto, and Veronese-all famous painters-were equally gifted as draftsmen, and their drawings have been eagerly sought and prized by collectors throughout the centuries.
Dimensions 22. x 30. x 3. 5mm 1,587. Publication date 01 Dec 1979. Publisher Abaris Books. Publication City/Country Norwalk, United States.