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Jacopo Pontormo, Deposition, detail, 1525-28, (panel), Capponi Chapel, Santa Felicita, Florence

Jacopo Pontormo, Deposition, detail, 1525-28, (panel), Capponi Chapel, Santa Felicita, Florence

Detail from Jacopo Pontormo's Deposition From the Cross

Detail from Jacopo Pontormo's Deposition From the Cross

Portrait of a young man in red cap. 1529. Jacopo Pontormo. Italian…

Portrait of a young man in red cap. 1529. Jacopo Pontormo. Italian…

Jacopo Pontormo The Holy Family

Jacopo Pontormo The Holy Family

Pontormo - The Visitation

Pontormo - The Visitation

Madonna and Child with the Young Saint John - Jacopo Pontormo

Madonna and Child with the Young Saint John - Jacopo Pontormo

Jacopo da Pontormo - Google zoeken

Jacopo da Pontormo - Google zoeken

Pontormo, 1494–1557

Pontormo, 1494–1557


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Supper in Emmaus  | oil painting,1525 | Jacopo Pontormo ----- Uffizi Gallery

Supper in Emmaus | oil painting,1525 | Jacopo Pontormo ----- Uffizi Gallery

Portrait of a Halberdier - Artist: Pontormo Dimensions: 3′ 0″ x 2′ 4″ Media: Oil paint Created: 1530–1530 Period: Mannerism

Portrait of a Halberdier - Artist: Pontormo Dimensions: 3′ 0″ x 2′ 4″ Media: Oil paint Created: 1530–1530 Period: Mannerism

Роспись стен, фреска «Вертумн и Помона» Понтормо. Поджо а Кайано, вилла Медичи

Роспись стен, фреска «Вертумн и Помона» Понтормо. Поджо а Кайано, вилла Медичи

Jacopo Pontormo (Italian: 1494 – 1557) - Madonna and Child with the Young Saint John (1527)

Jacopo Pontormo (Italian: 1494 – 1557) - Madonna and Child with the Young Saint John (1527)

Overly whitened portrait of Maria Salviate de’ Medici (17 July 1499 – 29 December 1543) Italian noblewoman, and daughter of Lucrezia di Lorenzo de' Medici. Poses with Giulia de’ Medici (c. 1535 – c. 1588)  daughter of Alessandro de' Medici, Duke of Florence. By Jacopo da Pontormo (Jacopo Carucci), c. 1537; Oil on panel, Baltimore, The Walters Art Museum

Overly whitened portrait of Maria Salviate de’ Medici (17 July 1499 – 29 December 1543) Italian noblewoman, and daughter of Lucrezia di Lorenzo de' Medici. Poses with Giulia de’ Medici (c. 1535 – c. 1588) daughter of Alessandro de' Medici, Duke of Florence. By Jacopo da Pontormo (Jacopo Carucci), c. 1537; Oil on panel, Baltimore, The Walters Art Museum

Jacopo Carucci

Jacopo Carucci

Cosimo di Giovanni de' Medici (1389-1464)  -   part of the Medici political dynasty, de facto rulers of Florence during much of the Italian Renaissance; also known as "Cosimo 'the Elder'"  and "Cosimo Pater Patriae" (Latin: 'father of the nation') painting by Jacopo Pontormo  (oil on panel)

Cosimo di Giovanni de' Medici (1389-1464) - part of the Medici political dynasty, de facto rulers of Florence during much of the Italian Renaissance; also known as "Cosimo 'the Elder'" and "Cosimo Pater Patriae" (Latin: 'father of the nation') painting by Jacopo Pontormo (oil on panel)

Madonna and Child by Jacopo Pontormo (Italian Mannerist painter, 1494–1557)

Madonna and Child by Jacopo Pontormo (Italian Mannerist painter, 1494–1557)

jacopo pontormo, ca.1526.   Pink + orange, still very trendy.

jacopo pontormo, ca.1526. Pink + orange, still very trendy.

Reading: Louise Bourgeois, "Artist's Statement," (1954).    Image: "The Deposition from the Cross," Pontormo. In a less abstracted way than in Bourgeois' paintings, Pontormo's work also shows figures as "expression[s]...of emotions and states of awareness." His figures all have different lines of sight, some are fading out of consciousness, and each expresses some sort of intense emotion.

Reading: Louise Bourgeois, "Artist's Statement," (1954). Image: "The Deposition from the Cross," Pontormo. In a less abstracted way than in Bourgeois' paintings, Pontormo's work also shows figures as "expression[s]...of emotions and states of awareness." His figures all have different lines of sight, some are fading out of consciousness, and each expresses some sort of intense emotion.

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