Differences between Private and public art: Medici Edition

January 6, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: History, European History, Renaissance (1330-1550)
Share Embed Donate


Short Description

Download Differences between Private and public art: Medici Edition...

Description

Art History 259 Quinn Hosler Prof. Sara Galletti

Medici Villas

Giusto Utens, Villa Medicea di Castello, c. 1599

Giusto Utens, Villa Medicea di a Poggio a Caiano, c. 1599

Paintings of Power in Villa of Poggio a Caiano

Andrea del Sarto and Alessandro Allori, Tribute to Ceasar. Villa Medicea, Poggio a Caiano (Florence). c. 1520

Franciabigio, The Triumph of Cicero. Villa Medicea, Poggio a Caiano (Florence). c. 1520

Vertumnus and Pomona

Pontormo, Vertamnus and Pomona. Villa Medicea, Poggio a Caiano (Florence). c. 1519-21

Fountains of Villa di Castello

Fountain of Hercules and Antaeus, designed by Niccolò Tribolo from c. 1543; bronze figures by Bartolomeo Ammannati, 1559-60, Villa Medici, Castello.

Fountains of Villa di Castello

Fountain of the Labyrinth, designed by Niccolò Tribolo,c. 1545; bronze figure of Florence by Giambologna, 1572, Villa Petraia (formerly Castello)

Fountains of Villa di Castello

Castello: Medici Villa Int: Villa Castello The Grotto, animal fountain, c. 1540

Botticelli and the Medici

Botticelli, Primavera; Allegory of Spring, c. 1478

Botticelli and the Medici

Botticelli, Birth of Venus, c. 1482

Botticelli and the Medici

Botticelli, Venus and Mars, c. 1483

Works Cited Natali, Antonio. Andrea Del Sarto. New York: Abbeville Press Publishers, 1999. Botticelli, Sandro. "Birth of Venus." Villa di Castello, 1482. Poletti, Federico. Botticelli. Masters of Art. Edited by Sandro or Botticelli Munich ; London: Prestel, 2011. Clark, David L. "Botticelli's Venus and Mars and Other Apotropaic Art for Tuscan Bedrooms." Aurora: The Journal of the History of Art 7 (2006): 1-18. "Castello: Medici Villa Int: Villa Castello the Grotto, Animal Fountain." 1540.

Fulton, Christopher B. An Earthly Paradise : The Medici, Their Collection and the Foundations of Modern Art. Arte E Archeologia ; 28. [Florence, Italy]: L.S. Olschki, 2006. Gobbi, Grazia. The Florentine Villa : Architecture, History, Society. The Classical Tradition in Architecture. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York: Routledge, 2007. Tribolo, Niccolo, 1500-1550. "Fountain of Hercules (Hercules & Antaeus - Top by Ammanati)." Villa di Castello, near Florence, 1552. Tibolo, Nicolo, 1500-1550. "Fountian of Hercules." Villa di Castello, near Florence, 1552.

Works Cited Lazzaro, Claudia. The Italian Renaissance Garden : From the Conventions of Planting, Design, and Ornament to the Grand Gardens of Sixteenth-Century Central Italy. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1990. Gibbons, Leslie Aaron Key. "Lorenzo De'medici: An Investigation into the Development and Continuance of Family and Cultural Honor." M.A., University of Missouri - Kansas City, 2008. The Medici, Michelangelo, & the Art of Late Renaissance Florence. Medici, Michelangelo, and the Art of Late Renaissance Florence. Edited by Cristina Acidini Luchinat, Chicago Art Institute of, Arts Detroit Institute of and Strozzi Fondazione Palazzo New Haven [Conn.]; Detroit: Yale University Press; in association with the Detroit Institute of Arts, 2002. Kempers, Bram. Painting, Power and Patronage : The Rise of the Professional Artist in the Italian Renaissance. Kunst, Macht En Mecenaat. English. London: Allen Lane the Penguin Press, 1992. Hollingsworth, Mary. Patronage in Renaissance Italy : From 1400 to the Early Sixteenth Century. London: John Murray, 1994. Hollingsworth, Mary. Patronage in Sixteenth-Century Italy. London: John Murray, 1996.

Works Cited Botticelli, Sandro. "Primavera." Galleria degli Uffizi, 1478. Fraciabigio, with additions by Alessandro Allori. "Return of Cicero to Rome." Villa medicea (Poggio a Caiano, Italy), 1520 (with additions by Allori in 1578-82). Botticelli, Sandro. "Venus and Mars." Villa di Castello, 1483. Pontormo, Jacopo. "Vertumnus and Pomona." Villa Medici, Poggio a Caiano, 1519-21. Pontormo, Jacopo. "Vertumnus and Ponoma (Detail)." Villa Medici, Poggio a Caiano, 1519-21. Utens, Giusto. "Villa Di Castello.” 1599. Pontormo, Jacopo. "Villa Di Poggio." 1599. Andrea del Sarto, with additions by Alessandro Allori. "Villa Medicea (Poggio a Caiano, Italy)." 1520 (with additions by Allori in 1578-82).

View more...

Comments

Copyright � 2017 NANOPDF Inc.
SUPPORT NANOPDF