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The Birth of Venus by Botticelli

The Birth of Venus by Botticelli

Madonna with Child and two Angels by Filippo Lippi

Madonna with Child and two Angels by Filippo Lippi

Jacopo PONTORMO,   Youth with a Recorder (recto -) 1541-43 -  Red chalk, 272 x 196 mm / Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence

Jacopo PONTORMO, Youth with a Recorder (recto -) 1541-43 - Red chalk, 272 x 196 mm / Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence

Pontormo. Annunciation. 1527-1528. Fresco. 368 x 168 cm. Santa Felicita, Cappella Capponi, Florence, Italy

Pontormo. Annunciation. 1527-1528. Fresco. 368 x 168 cm. Santa Felicita, Cappella Capponi, Florence, Italy

Piero di Cosimo - Head of an Elderly Man  https://www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login/?utm_source=pinterest_medium=pins_content=pinterest_pins_campaign=pinterest_initial

Piero di Cosimo - Head of an Elderly Man https://www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login/?utm_source=pinterest_medium=pins_content=pinterest_pins_campaign=pinterest_initial

Doni Tondo by Michelangelo

Doni Tondo by Michelangelo

Four Evangelists by Jacopo Pontormo. c. 1550, black chalk on paper, 413x177mm, Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence.

Four Evangelists by Jacopo Pontormo. c. 1550, black chalk on paper, 413x177mm, Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence.

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.

The Battle of San Romano by Paolo Uccello

The Battle of San Romano by Paolo Uccello

Paolo Uccello MONUMENTO EQUESTRE A GIOVANNI ACUTO (John Hawkwood) Florence

Paolo Uccello MONUMENTO EQUESTRE A GIOVANNI ACUTO (John Hawkwood) Florence

Rosso Fiorentino Deposition Le caractère particulier de cette peinture est la géométrisation de certains volume des corps par des jeux de lumière (particulièrement la robe rouge), donne un aspect précézannien. Puissante structuration de l'espace par la croix et les échelles et la disposition des perso. Le poids du Christ mort, avec un torse très large, témoigne de sa dimension humaine, Il parait totalement irréel par sa couleur. Membres trop longs. Tout est exacerbé. Aspect dramatique

Rosso Fiorentino Deposition Le caractère particulier de cette peinture est la géométrisation de certains volume des corps par des jeux de lumière (particulièrement la robe rouge), donne un aspect précézannien. Puissante structuration de l'espace par la croix et les échelles et la disposition des perso. Le poids du Christ mort, avec un torse très large, témoigne de sa dimension humaine, Il parait totalement irréel par sa couleur. Membres trop longs. Tout est exacerbé. Aspect dramatique

Only 65 more nights until we welcome back these ‘companion portraits’ by Piero di Cosimo, by far the most important paintings of the Florentine Renaissance in the Netherlands. On the left is the son Giuliano da Sangallo and on the right is his father. The paintings have been marvellously restored in our restoration workshop.

Only 65 more nights until we welcome back these ‘companion portraits’ by Piero di Cosimo, by far the most important paintings of the Florentine Renaissance in the Netherlands. On the left is the son Giuliano da Sangallo and on the right is his father. The paintings have been marvellously restored in our restoration workshop.

Piero di Cosimo. Pugliese-Altar, Szene: Thronende Madonna, Hl. Petrus, Hl. Johannes dem Täufer, Hl. Nikolaus von Bari und Hl. Dominikus, Gesamtansicht mit Predella. 1485-1490, Tempera auf Holz, 255 × 170cm. Saint Louis (Missouri), City Art Museum. Auftraggeber: Familie Pugliese, Gemälde im Originalrahmen. Italien. Renaissance. KO 00664

Piero di Cosimo. Pugliese-Altar, Szene: Thronende Madonna, Hl. Petrus, Hl. Johannes dem Täufer, Hl. Nikolaus von Bari und Hl. Dominikus, Gesamtansicht mit Predella. 1485-1490, Tempera auf Holz, 255 × 170cm. Saint Louis (Missouri), City Art Museum. Auftraggeber: Familie Pugliese, Gemälde im Originalrahmen. Italien. Renaissance. KO 00664