Guido Reni | Saint Jerome
The Gallery’s energies are largely dedicated to works created between the Renaissance and Baroque periods, painted by Italian artists or foreigners who sojourned in Italy. The works offered, for the most part unpublished, are essentially figurative in character: history paintings, genre paintings and portraits, as well as still lifes and landscapes.
Andrea del Verrocchio - St Jerome (1465) - WGA24997 - Palazzo Pitti - Wikipedia Vasari - "...began to seek to make their figures with more study, as to reveal in them better draughtsmanship, with a degree of imitation more correct and truer to nature, nevertheless the whole was not there yet..."
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Cima da Conegliano | Early Renaissance painter
Giovanni Battista Cima, also called Cima da Conegliano (c. 1459 - c. 1517), was an Italian Renaissance painter, who mostly worked in Venice. He can be considered part of the Venetian school, though he was also influenced by Antonello da Messina, in the emphasis he gives to landscape backgrounds and the tranquil atmosphere of his works. Once formed his style did not change greatly. He mostly painted religious subjects, often on a small scale for homes rather than churches, but also a few…
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DURER CIPHERING GETS PASSED ON-LUCAS VAN LEYDEN - The Hidden Secrets in Albrecht Durer's Art and Life
Copyright March 23, 2014 All Rights Reserved, contribution by Gary Hind Dürer Ciphering being Passed On What you see above you is the largest image I could find of Lucas van Leyden’s drawing of St. Jerome, which mimics Dürer’s St. Jerome depictions. The ciphering is found on the left with the Christ Figure and in the … Continue reading DURER CIPHERING GETS PASSED ON-LUCAS VAN LEYDEN →