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  Sicilian Baroque - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The town's aristocratic patrons would often call on Florence or Rome to provide them with an architect; one example was the Florentine Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli, who established the Tuscan styles of architecture and sculpture there in the mid-16th century.
Giovanni Battista Vaccarini was the leading Sicilian architect during this period.
He arrived on the island in 1730 bringing with him a fusion of the concepts of Bernini and Borromini, and introduced to the island's architecture a unified movement and a play of curves, which would have been unacceptable in Rome itself.
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 Messina, Italy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is located near the North-East corner of Sicily, at the Strait of Messina, just in front to Villa San Giovanni and north to Reggio Calabria.
The main economical resource of the city is the port, both commercial and military, with several shipyards.
The Fountain of Orion and the Fountain of Neptune, by Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli (16th century).
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 Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli ( - ) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Giovanni Battista Mercati, Castelo St. Angelo (Castel Sant*Angelo), pl. 29 from the series Alcune vedute et prospettive di luoghi dishabitati di Roma (Some Views and Perspectives of the Uninhabited Places of Rome), 1629
Thomas Rowlandson, A Treatise on the Utility and Advantages of Fencingä A Dissertation on the Use of the Broad Swordä (London: Mr.
Giovanni Bastianini - Portrait of a Lady "Giovanni Albizzi" c.
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 Florence - The Villa Palmieri
The Mugnone divides this hill from that of Fiesole, and there is a singular charm in the contrast of wild mountain scenery to the north with the cultivated land to the south towards Florence.
The village of Montorsoli, near the entrance to the Salvini Villa, produced the sculptor, Giovanni Angelo da Montorsoli, the pupil of Michael Angelo, one of whose best works is in the Medicean Chapel, or Sagrestia Nuova, of San Lorenzo.
On an island in a small lake Giovanni da Bologna was commissioned to execute and place a colossal statue, which can be distinguished from various parts in the neighbourhood of Florence, and by which he meant to symbolise the Apennines.
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 SICILY, Sicilian Art and Architecture - BuySicilian - The Sixteenth Century
His understanding of Michelangelo's late style is visible in the remarkable church of S. Giovanni di Malta, Messina, on which he began work with Camilliani from about 1590:the use of giant pilasters and deep triangular guttae had repercussions in Sicilian architecture until the 18C.
Of these, a pupil of Michelangelo, the Florentine Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli (1507?-63), who came to Messina in 1547, was the most important.
Montorsoli's Orion fountain (begun 1547), with its Michelangelesque forms, was particularly influential both in Sicily and mainland Italy, and his Neptune fountain (begun 1557) was hardly less so.
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 XCII. Cellini, Benvenuto. 1909-14. Autobiography. The Harvard Classics
The two gentlemen were eager to resume the thread of their complimentary proposals, whereupon I, lifting my cap and making a profound bow, bade them a polite farewell.
Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli entered the Order of the Servites in 1530.
This did not prevent him from plying his profession of sculptor.
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 Church of San Lorenzo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Giovanni de' Bicci de' Medici (died 1429) was the first who wished to be buried there with his wife Piccarda in the small Sacristy of.
And there is no question but that the statues of the Medici patron saints, Cosmas and Damian, (carved by two of Michelangelo's followers, Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli and Raffaello da Montelupo, after designs by the master), reinforce this sense of focus by their interaction with the Madonna and Child.
Giovanni de' Medici, the original patron of the chapel, had been crowned as Pope Leo X on Easter Sunday; the feast of Christ's Resurrection, and the dedication therefore recalls this special event in his life and in the history of his family.
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 Azienda Autonoma Soggiorno e Turismo MESSINA SICILIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The splendid monumental fountain representing Nettuno were built in 1557 by Fra' Giovanni Angelo da Montorsoli, on commission of the Senate of Messina and in close collaboration with the great umanist and local mathematican Francesco Maurolico.
The splendid monumental fountain representing Orione were built in 1553 by Fra' Giovanni Angelo da Montorsoli, on commission of the Senate of Messina and in close collaboration with the great umanist and local mathematican Francesco Maurolico.
The art historian B. Berenson considered the Fountain of Orion "the most beautiful in 16th century Europe", and in effect Montorsoli's creation is a masterpiece of artistic flair and classical measure.
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 Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli Online
Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli in the Art Renewal Center
Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli in the Web Gallery of Art
All images and text on this Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli page are copyright 1999-2005 by John Malyon/Artcyclopedia, unless otherwise noted.
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 artnet.com: Resource Library: Montorsoli, Giovanni Angelo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
He then went to Florence to work on the New Sacristy (Medici Chapel) and the Biblioteca Laurenziana at S Lorenzo, probably from 1524; the influence of Michelangelo was to prove decisive.
Work at S Lorenzo was suspended as a result of the expulsion of the Medici in 1527, and Montorsoli decided to enter a religious order; he was inducted into the Servite Order at SS Annunziata in 1530, taking his vows in 1531.
In Rome Montorsoli also produced a marble portrait of Clement VII (untraced) and assisted Michelangelo on the tomb of Julius II.
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 Messina Things To Do - Travel Guides - VirtualTourist.com
Don Giovanni of Austria felt the same emotion when, in 1571, he weighed anchor from Messina with a large Christian fleet to carry out a resounding victory over the Turks in the Battle of Lepanto.
In the thirteenth century it suffered a terrible fire, and in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries earthquakes, was almost entirely destroyed by the 1908 earthquake and, once reconstructed, badly damaged by American bombs in 1943.
__ In 1547, Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli was master mason and sculptor of fountains in Messina.
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Both Michael Angelo and Milton, 1992 buick in spite of their parade of classic style, were separated from fiat multupla the Greek world by a gulf of Hebrew and of repairable porsche Christian feeling.
While Michael Angelo was thus engaged in studying antique sculpture and in listening to Pico and Savonarola, he carved his first bas-relief--a "Battle of Hercules with the Centaurs," suggested to bmw 750li him by Poliziano.[291] Meantime Lorenzo died.
His successor Piero set the young man, it is said, to model a snow statue, and then melted like a shape of snow himself down from his pedestal of power in Florence.
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 Andrea Boscoli Biography
It was probably in Rome that Andrea Boscoli became acquainted with the profane interiors of Jacopo Zucchi, met Zuccari and came into contact with artists from countries north of the Alps.
At that time Boscoli executed frescoes for the Chapel della Cella of Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli at the Servite (Servants of Blessed Mary) convent, where a clear vibrant palette and simplicity in the narration of religious scenes reveal the influence of Santi di Tito, Zuccari and Federico Barrocci.
Boscoli's talent for profane scenes is shown in the mythological frescoes of the Villa della Seta in Corliano, Pisa (ca 1592) and in this he differs from his Florentine contemporaries.
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 Renaissance in Italy Vol. 3 by John Addington Symonds - Full Text Free Book (Part 7/7)
Angelo, who was himself a poet of some mark.
Angelo he engrafted the prettiness of the seventeenth Petrarchisti; and
Michael Angelo was occupied with designs for a picture of the Crucifixion,
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 ART / 4 / 2DAY
Demonstrating obvious talent, he was taken under the wing of Lorenzo de' Medici, the ruler of the Florentine republic and a great patron of the arts.
For two years beginning in 1490, he lived in the Medici palace, where he was a student of the sculptor Bertoldo di Giovanni and studied the Medici art collection, which included ancient Roman statuary.
In his lifetime, he was celebrated as Europe's greatest living artist, and today he is held up as one of the greatest artists of all time, as exalted in the visual arts as William Shakespeare is in literature or Ludwig van Beethoven is in music.
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 Rome and Southern Italy, 1400-1600 A.D. | Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Among the first fountains for an urban setting to incorporate marine motifs, they serve not only a functional purpose but, through their mythological iconography, are intended to glorify the city and secure its link with a classical past.
Francesco de' Rossi Salviati (1510–1563) frescoes the Gran Salone of Cardinal Giovanni Ricci's palace in Rome (Palazzo Sacchetti).
Depicting stories from the life of the biblical king David, this stunningly complex and richly ornamental decorative program marks the high point of Roman Mannerism, particularly in its inventive use of illusionism and the elongated, gracefully articulated nude form.
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 La Rondine - Italian Club of St. Louis
La statua è un magnifico esemplare di scultura rinascimentale che per qualche tempo fu persino attribuita a Michelangelo, di cui Montorsoli era un allievo molto apprezzato.
Racconta il Vasari che Michelangelo volle il Montorsoli come assistente durante i lavori nella Cappella medicea, la tomba di Lorenzo e Giuliano de Medici a Firenze, dove il Montorsoli scolpì S. Cosma.
Giovanni Angelo da Montorsoli, (Montorsoli, Firenze 1507 - Firenze 1563) fu anche collaboratore di Michelangelo nella realizzazione della tomba di A. Doria (Genova, chiesa di S. Matteo) e fu attivo anche a Napoli, Venezia, Padova e Messina.
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 Trip Guide - San Gimignano and Volterra
Works of art from the cathedral and the churches of the diocese.
Duomo - Piazza S. Giovanni, Piazza dei Priori.
Terracotta painted figures attributed to Giovanni della Robbia.
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 The Life of Michelangelo Buonarroti by John Addington Symonds - Full Text Free Book (Part 6/9)
To Montelupo belongs the execution of S. Damiano, and to Montorsoli that of S. Cosimo.
The frescoes of Giovanni da Udine are gone.
The document was presented to Messer Piero Giovanni Aliotti, Bishop of
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 Ffolliott (1984) Civic sculpture in the Renaissance: Montorsoli's fountains at Messina   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Ffolliott (1984) Civic sculpture in the Renaissance: Montorsoli's fountains at Messina
Civic sculpture in the Renaissance: Montorsoli's fountains at Messina
Messina (Italy); Buildings, structures, etc.; Fountains; Sculpture, Renaissance; Italy; Messina; Montorsoli, Giovanni Angelo
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 Image Copyrights and Credits | Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Fountain of Neptune, Messina, 1553–57, by Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli (Italian, 1507?–1563): Photograph by William Keighley.
Fountain of Neptune, Messina, 1553–57, detail, by Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli (Italian, 1507?–1563): Photograph by William Keighley.
Fountain of Orion, Messina, 1547–53, by Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli (Italian, 1507?–1563): Photograph by William Keighley.
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 GSEM.html
during the 1530s Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli replaced the arm in terracotta, although its position is not certain.
The line by which Nature divides completeness from superfluity is but a small one, and, insensible as it often is, has been crossed even by the best moderns; while these, in shunning a meager Contour, became corpulent, those, in shunning that, grew lean.
Among them all, only Michael Angelo, perhaps, may be said to have attained the antique; but only in strong muscular figures, heroic frames; not in those of tender youth; nor in female bodies, which, under his bold hand, grew Amazons.
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 Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli / Bust of an Old Woman / 1525/35
Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli / Bust of an Old Woman / 1525/35
This image is one of over 118,000 from The Art Museum Image Consortium Library (The AMICO Library™), a growing online collection of high-quality, digital art images from 39 museums around the world.
Media Metadata Rights: Copyright The Art Institute of Chicago, 2000
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 Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli on artnet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Find works of art, auction results & sale prices of artist Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli at galleries and auctions worldwide.
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 peoplephysics.com - home page - pagina iniziale
by THE HOLY FATHER JOHN PAUL II del SANTO PADRE GIOVANNI PAOLO II author@peoplephysics.com
Realizzata da Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli, allievo di Michelangelo
It was built by Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli, a disciple of Michelangelo
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 ART HISTORY RESOURCES: Part 8 15th-Century Renaissance Art   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and his Wife (1434)
The Anatomy of Machines (and the retractable bridge, and belt transmission)
Brunelleschi's Florence, text only, by Giovanni Fanelli (through Agenzia per il Turismo di Firenze)
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