3 edition of Taddeo Zuccaro: his development studied in his drawings found in the catalog.
Taddeo Zuccaro: his development studied in his drawings
John A. Gere
Bibliography: p. 25.
|LC Classifications||NC257.Z8 G4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||239 p., 176 plates.|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||79484123|
Full text of "Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Italian Drawings in The Metropolitan Museum of Art" See other formats. Taddeo and Federico Zuccaro: Artist-Brothers in Renaissance Rome Daily through January 6, West Pavilion, Plaza Level, Getty Center One of the first illustrated "starving artist" tales, a series of 20 drawings by the late-Renaissance painter and theorist Federico Zuccaro (Italian, c) shows the early life of his famous brother Taddeo Zuccaro (Italian, ).
Federico Zuccaro Federico Zuccaro, Italian painter and art theorist who became the central figure of the Roman Mannerist school and, after the death of Titian, possibly the best known painter in Europe. Between and Zuccaro was the helper and pupil of his older brother, the painter Taddeo Zuccaro. Because. John A. Gere, Taddeo Zuccaro. His Development Studied in His Drawings, London, , p. , fig. Konrad Oberhuber and Dean Walker. Sixteenth Century Italian Drawings From the Collection of János Scholz. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., and The Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, , no. 6 (includes full bibliography and.
Taddeo Zuccaro has left an intimate portrayal of a more joyous moment in his sexual life through an inscribed drawing of a man and woman in bed (fig.2). (3) The sexual situation is apparent here and forms part of the subject of this double portrait. Hartt (Frederick) Michelangelo: The Complete Sculpture, § Perrig (A.) Michelangelo's Drawings; The Science of Attribution, New Haven & London, § Wilde (J.) Italian Drawings in the Department of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum: Michelangelo and his Studio, reprint, § Murray (Linda) Michelangelo: His Life, Work and.
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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: his development studied in his drawings. Title: Standing Prophet in a Niche, Holding a Book Artist: Taddeo Zuccaro (Italian, Sant'Angelo in Vado – Rome) Date: –66 Medium: Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over black chalk, on brownish paper Dimensions: /8 x /16 in.
( x cm) Classification: Drawings Credit Line: Gift of Walter Lowry, Accession Number: j. GERE, Taddeo Zuccaro, His Development Studied in His Drawings, London, Faber & Faber; Chicago, University of Chicago Press, Pp. ; pls. $ John Gere's book is a major contribution to Renaissance studies.
He had prepared the ground for it by seven articles in the Burling-ton Magazine beginning in and two major. Taddeo Zuccaro: his development studied in his drawings: [catalogue raisonne and introduction] / by J.A. Gere Gere, J. (John Arthur), [ Book: ].
Taddeo Zuccaro. His Development Studied in His Drawings. di Gere, J. e una grande selezione di libri, arte e articoli da collezione disponibile su Taddeo Zuccaro, c. John A. Gere, Taddeo Zuccaro: His Development Studied in his Drawings (Chicago, ), pp., andno.
22, pls. 94 (recto) and. Gere wrote a series of articles on Taddeo Zuccaro in the Burlington Magazine, leading to catalogs, exhibitions, and his monograph, Taddeo Zuccaro: His development studied in his drawings ().
[See Nicholas Penny's obituary, Burlington Magazine, vol. No. Maypp. ] Access Open for use by qualified researchers. LITERATURE J. Gere, Taddeo Zuccaro. His development studied in his drawings,p. and p.no. There is a corresponding picture in the Sala di Aurora in the Farnese Palace at Caprarola.
For the short account of the paintings there, see under no. This one was done in brush and red wash. It's xmm, though with the depth that Zuccaro expressed with his wash, it seems quite a bit larger (at least to me).
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