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  Pietro Perugino - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pietro Perugino (1446-1524) is a well-known Renaissance painter.
Perugino, age forty, left Rome after the completion of the Sistine Chapel paintings in 1486, and by autumn was in Florence.
Perugino's last frescoes were painted for the church of the Madonna delle Lacrime in Trevi (1521, signed and dated), the monastery of S. Agnese in Perugia, and in 1522 for the church of Castello di Fortignano.
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 PIETRO PERUGINO - LoveToKnow Article on PIETRO PERUGINO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Pietro was one of several children born to Cristoforo Vannucci, a member of a respectable family settled at Citt della Pieve.
Pietro, now aged forty, must have left Rome after the completion of the Sixtine paintings in 1486, and in the autumn of that year he was in Florence.
Peruginos last frescoes were painted for the monastery of S. Agnese in Perugia, and in 1522 for the church of Castello d~ Fortignano hard by.
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 Master Of The Italian Renaissance
Perugino (c1450-1523), considered one of the most distinguished painters of the Italian Renaissance, provided the foundation for the aesthetic developments of the High Renaissance, especially the art of Raphael.
Perugino's workshops in Perugia and Florence were known both for the number of masterworks they produced and for the artists whose talents Perugino helped develop.
Perugino's influence on Quattrocentro painting is evident in the commentaries of Giorgio Vasari, Renaissance painter and the first historian of Italian art.
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Pietro Perugino, whose correct family name was Vannucci, Italian painter, was born in 1446 at Città della Pieve in Umbria, and belongs to the Umbrian school of painting.
Pietro, now aged forty, must have left Rome after the completion of the Sistine paintings in 1486, and in the autumn of that year he was in Florence.
Perugino's last frescoes were painted for the monastery of S. Agnese in Perugia, and in 1522 for the church of Castello di Fortignano hard by.
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Perugino then held a foremost place in the Italian school, and to-day his one remaining fresco shines as a masterpiece among the more brilliant inventions of the Florentine school.
Perugino shows himself an incomparable landscape artist in the pictures of his best period; he was an eminent master of the painting of the atmosphere.
Perugino is one of the greatest and most popular artists of Italy and his work is distinctive for the creation of the "pious picture".
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The picture dates from Perugino´s "classical" phase, from the final decade of the 15th century, during which he was almost unrivalled in his ability to combine the art of applying thin layers of oil paint derived from Old Netherlandish painting with a refined colour harmony.
These copies, however, document his success and the demand for works by Perugino; at the same time they document the mercantile, craft-orientated outlook which he favoured over the demands for originality increasingly being voiced by contemporary artists who were beginning to see themselves as "intellectuals".
Perugino obviously preferred to open a second workshop in Perugia, in addition to the one in Florence.
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 Il Perugino biografy Pietro Vannucci Italy italian painter
Perugino, Italian painter, founder of the Umbrian school, was born in Città della Pieve in 1450 and died in Fontignano, Perugia, in February 1523.
The style of Perugino is characterized by simplicity, purity and exceptional symmetry of composition.
In 1485 Perugino became the honourable citizen of Perugia the city from which his name is derived.
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Pietro Perugino (Pietro Vannucci), Italian painter, active mainly in Perugia.
By 1481 he was sufficiently well known to be commissioned to paint frescos on the walls of the newly built Sistine Chapel, Rome, along with Botticelli, Domenico Ghirlandaio, and Cosimo Rosselli (Signorelli later completed the work).
Perugino was a fine portraitist as well as a fresco painter, but today he is best known for his altarpieces, which are usually gentle, pious, and rather sentimental in manner.
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 Pietro Perugino Online
Pietro Perugino at the Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan
Pietro Perugino at the National Gallery, London, UK Vatican Museums, Vatican City
All images and text on this Pietro Perugino page are copyright 1999-2005 by John Malyon/Artcyclopedia, unless otherwise noted.
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 Pietro Perugino. Biography - Olga's Gallery
In 1482, Perugino, among the important painters of central Italy, including Botticelli and Ghirlandaio, was invited to carry out the large cycle of Old and New Testament Scenes in the Sistine Chapel.
Perugino played an important role in formation of his outstanding pupils Pinturiechio and Raphael, the most classic master of the High Renaissance, whose fame outshined the fame of his teacher.
Pietro Perugino: Master of the Italian Renaissance by Joseph Antenucci Becherer, Perugino, Katherine R. Smith Abbott.
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 Pietro Perugino - Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Contemporaries regarded Perugino as one of the leading painters in Florence in the 1480s and as the "best master in Italy" in 1500, but soon afterward his reputation suffered a decline from which it has only partly recovered.
Perugino's career was launched by the wall frescoes he completed, together with Botticelli, Ghirlandaio, and other painters, in the Sistine Chapel in 1481-1482.
Though he fulfilled a commission from Isabella d'Este, Perugino was unusual among the major painters of his time in never having been attached to a princely court.
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He did nothing but impress UpOII Pietro what an honour and advantage painting was to those who practised it well, relating the glory of ancient and modern painters, by which he kindled in Pietro the desire to become one of them.
Pietro, being by nature upright and honest, took it ill that the prior should distrust him, and thought how he could shame him out of it.
Pietro worked so much, and had always so much to do, that he often repeated the same things in his pictures, and his art was thus reduced to a manner, so that he gave to all his figures the same air.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/basis/vasari/vasari16.htm   (3010 words)

 Perugino, Pietro
Pietro Vannucci Perugino was an Italian Painter of the Umbrian school.
Perugino was called to Rome by Pope Sixtus IV in 1481 to decorate the Sistine Chapel with a fresco series; the most important is Christ Giving the Keys to St Peter.
A severely symmetrical composition, it shows Perugino's mastery of perspective and disposition of figures in a monumental geometry.
www.michaels.com /art/online/artistBio?artistid=789   (200 words)

 Pietro Perugino (1450 - 1523) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Pietro da Cortona - Portrait of Cardinal Pietro Maria Borghese c.
Pietro Berrettini (Pietro da Cortona), Achilles among the Daughters of Lycomedes, 17th century
Pietro Ghigi, Portrait of Giovanni Pietro Foliari, after the fresco by Raphael in the Stanza de Eliodoro in the Vatican Palace, 18th - 19th century
www.wwar.com /masters/p/perugino-pietro.html   (761 words)

 Calvin News #3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The Pietro Perugino show at the Grand Rapids Art Museum (GRAM), which opened on November 16, brings together an unprecedented collection of works by one who was, in the day of Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, deemed “the best painter in Italy” by his contemporaries.
The exhibit, Perugino: Master of the Italian Renaissance, is “one of the most exciting events I’ve experienced in Grand Rapids,” said Academic Dean David Hoekema, who is also a trustee of the museum.
Perugino (1450-1523), who was born in a small town outside of Perugia, Italy, is considered to be one of the masters of the Italian Renaissance.
www-stu.calvin.edu /chimes/971121/n3.htm   (671 words)

Perugino is, after Raphael, the greatest painter of the Umbrian school.
In 1479 Perugino was summoned to Rome by Pope Sixtus IV to help decorate the Sistine Chapel.
Perugino: 'Il divin Pittore': a comprehensive exhibition of Perugino in his adopted city is notable for the reunification of altarpiece fragments or works intended to hang together.(Exhibitions) (Apollo)
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 Painter/Artist: Pietro Perugino
On the left stands the Archangel Michael armed and winged, nearly full face, his shield between his feet, held by his left hand.
"Perugino's skill in the application of oils reached its highest development in this picture, while in respect of conception, sentiment, and design he never went further."(C. and C.)
"It represents Perugino in his ascending period, a genuine painter of Peru gia still, but fortunate in having instilled a new life and beauty into the art of his countrymen."(C. and C.)
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 Arts Art History Artists P Perugino, Pietro   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Life of an Artist: Pietro Perugino - Biography of the painter as written by Giorgio Vasari.
Perugino - Artist's biography and images of his works.
Perugino (Pietro Vannucci) - Image gallery of artist's works.
www.iper1.com /iper1-odp/scat/id/Arts/Art_History/Artists/P/Perugino,_Pietro   (170 words)

 Pietro Perugino - Biography and Gallery of Art
Pietro Perugino, as I shall relate, and over the door was a fine
Pietro was not a religious man, and would never believe ii, the
Pietro was ii Montevarchi, who painted many scenes in S. Giovanni di Valdarno, and notably the story of the miracle
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 Target : Entertainment : Books : Arts & Photography : Artists, A-Z : ( P-R ) : Perugino   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Perugino's Path: The Journey of a Renaissance Painter
Michelangelo and Raphael with Botticelli, Perugino, Signorelli, Ghirlandaio and Rosselli in the Vatican: All the Sistine Chapel, the stanzas and the loggias
Martydom of Saint Sebastian,: Painted in fresco by Pietro Perugino, in the chapel of the Saint at Panicale (Arundel Society.
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 Pietro Perugino Artworks and Fine Art at arthistorynet.com
Saint John the Baptist; Saint Lucy Perugino (Pietro di Cristoforo Vannucci) (Italian, Umbrian, active by
Perugino (Pietro Vannucci, called il) (Citt… della Pieve 1448 c.-Fontignano 1523)
PERUGINO, Pietro PERUGINO, Pietro Italian painter, Umbrian school (b.
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 Stanza dell'Incendio di Borgo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Pietro Perugino : The ceiling medallion depicting the Holy Trinity - 380K
Pietro Perugino : The ceiling medallion depicting Christ between the Baptist and Satan disguised as an old man - 340K
Pietro Perugino : The ceiling medallion depicting Christ in His Glory - 361K
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 Venetian Grinds: Science News Online, March 12, 2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Comments on the technique and the materials used by Perugino, through the study of a few paintings in French collections.
Four anomalous pigments in Perugino's palette: Statistics, context, hypotheses.
Spring, M. Perugino's painting materials: Analysis and context within sixteenth-century easel painting.
www.sciencenews.org /articles/20050312/bob8ref.asp   (296 words)

 Anecdote - Pietro di Cristoforo Vannucci Perugino - Deathbed Roulette?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Anecdote - Pietro di Cristoforo Vannucci Perugino - Deathbed Roulette?
On his deathbed, the Renaissance painter Pietro Perugino refused to send for a priest.
Perugino, Pietro di Cristoforo Vannucci (1446-1523) Italian painter [noted for his graceful frescoes in the Sistine Chapel and for his mentorship of the painter Raphael]
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 MSN Encarta - Perugino
Perugino, real name Pietro di Cristoforo Vannucci (1445?-1523), Italian painter, whose style is characterized by purity, simplicity, and exceptional...
Pietro Vannucci, known as Perugino [Florence Art Guide]
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 Amazon.com: Pietro Perugino: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
This is also the first exhibit of his work outside Italy in 50 years.
The core, however, is a catalog of the 35 works of art exhibited, including nine paintings shipped from the National Gallery of Umbria, Perugia, sister city of Grand Rapids, and 26 borrowed from museums in the United States.
This stunning, beautifully rendered monograph provides a modern reappraisal of Perugino's entire career; one has to reach all the way back to 1933 (R. Van Marle, The Development of the Italian School of Painting, Vol.
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 VoS - Voice of the Shuttle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Web Gallery of Art Pietro Perugino (biography and extensive images) (Emil Kren and Daniel Marx)
Olga's Gallery Pietro Perugino (biography and extensive image gallery)
VoS is woven by Alan Liu and a development team in the U.California, Santa Barbara, English Department.
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 Pietro Perugino : Madonna Adoring, 1496 : Art Print - SHOP.COM
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