Giovanni battista moroni biography of rory
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Bust Portrait of a Young Man with an Inscription. He is also called Giambattista Moroni.
Go to artist A-Z. A Knight with his Jousting Helmet.Portrait of a Young Woman, Giovanni Battista Moroni, c. 1564--70
Bust Portrait of a Young Man with an Inscription. Canon Ludovico di Terzi.
Portrait of a Gentleman. Portrait of a Gentleman 'Il Gentile Cavaliere'. Portrait of a Lady 'La Dama in Rosso'. Portrait of a Man holding a Letter 'L'Avvocato'.
Portrait of a Man with Raised Eyebrows. Portrait of Leonardo Salvagno?
The Tailor 'Il Tagliapanni'. Moroni was engaged upon a Last Judgment in the church of Gorlagowhen he died. Overall, his style in these paintings shows influences of his master, Lorenzo Lottoand Girolamo Savoldo.
Giovanni Battista Moroni
Giovanni Paolo Cavagna was an undistinguished pupil of Moroni; however, it is said that in following generations, his insightful portraiture influenced Fra' Galgario and Pietro Longhi. Freedberg notes that while his religious canvases are "archaic", recalling the additive compositions of the late Quattrocento and show stilted unemotive saints, his portraits are remarkable for their sophisticated psychological insight, dignified air, fluent control and exquisite silvery tonality.
Морони, Джованни Баттиста
Patrons for religious art were not interested in an individualized, expressive "Madonna"; they desired numinous archetypal saints. On the other hand, patrons were interested in the animated portraiture. The National Gallery London has one of the best collections of his work, including the celebrated portrait known as Il sarto The Tailor.
Other portraits are found in the Uffizi the Nobleman Pointing to Flame inscribed "Et quid volo nisi ut ardeat? The Accademia Carrara Bergamo Portrait of an old man.
Portrait of a Manoil on canvas,Honolulu Museum of Art. Portrait of Ercole Tassocalled "Titian's Schoolmaster", ca. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Cugini Moroni Pittore Bergamo and G. Francesco Rossi, Mina Gregori et al.
Renaissance Portraitist Fort Worth: Kimball Art Museumthe catalogue record of an exhibition of ten portraits at the Kimball February—Maywith essays that set Moroni in the cultural history of his time.