22 juin 2011

Pippi Giulio detto Giulio Romano dit Jules Romain, « La Naissance de Saint-Jean-Baptiste ou la Naissance de la Vierge »

Pippi Giulio detto Giulio Romano dit Jules Romain (Rome 1499-1546). « La Naissance de Saint-Jean-Baptiste ou la Naissance de la Vierge ». Photo Audap & Mirabaud - Paris via Internechères Plume et encre brune sur traits de crayon noir, lavis brun, rehauts de gouache blanche. Numéro « 150 » à la plum e et encre brune en bas à droite , au verso du doublage une écriture ancienne (Mariette ?) à la plume et encre brune : « Dessiné par Jules Romain / N° 150 ». 38 x 30 cm (Petits trous, pliures, épidermures, rousseurs, tâches, trois... [Lire la suite]
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23 janvier 2010

'Rome After Raphael' @ The Morgan Library & Museum.

Giuseppe Cesari (1568–1640), "Child Walking, Looking Over Its Shoulder". Black and red chalk, 12 x 8 7/16 inches (305 x 215 mm). Purchased by Pierpont Morgan, 1910; IV, 161A. Photo: Graham Haber, 2009 NEW YORK, NY.- In the early 1500s, Rome’s majesty was a distant memory: its marble temples and palaces had been ransacked; its population was a fraction of what it had been in antiquity. Yet, over the course of the next hundred years, the Eternal City would experience an amazing rebirth, as a series of popes rebuilt and... [Lire la suite]
15 mars 2009

"Art and Love in Renaissance Italy" @ The Kimbell Art Museum, Forth Worth

Paris Bordon, Venus, Mars, and Cupid Crowned by Victory, c. 1550. Oil on canvas, 44 x 683⁄4 in. Kunsthistorisches Museum, Gemäldegalerie, Vienna FORT WORTH, TX.- The Kimbell Art Museum presents Art and Love in Renaissance Italy, a fascinating exploration of art objects made to celebrate milestones in the lives of men and women in Renaissance Italy—betrothal, marriage, and the birth of a child. It will be on view from March 15 to June 14, 2009. Jointly organized by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and the Kimbell (its... [Lire la suite]