5 edition of Pietro Tacca, successor to Giovanni Bologna found in the catalog.
|Series||Outstanding dissertations in the fine arts|
|LC Classifications||NB623.T22 W37 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 399 p. :|
|Number of Pages||399|
|LC Control Number||77094721|
The Frick version has been attributed variously to two of these sculptors: formerly to Adriaen de Vries, but more recently to Pietro Tacca. Tacca (–) was the last and one of the most gifted sculptors to join Giovanni Bologna's shop, in He nurtured close personal and professional ties to his master, whom he succeeded as court $ Train from ni Persiceto to Bologna Centrale Ave. Duration 19 min Frequency Every 2 hours Estimated price 1€ - 5€ Website Trenitalia 1st Class 4€ - 5€ Train from Bologna Centrale to Firenze S.M.N. Ave. Duration 1h 46m Frequency Twice daily Estimated price 6€ -
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Watson, Katharine, Pietro Tacca, successor to Giovanni Bologna. New York: Garland Pub., (OCoLC) Pietro Tacca, successor to Giovanni Bologna: the first twenty-five years in the Borgo Pinti Studio: Filadelfia: Universidad de Pensilvania) P. Torriti Pietro Tacca Pietro Tacca successor to Giovanni Bologna: the first twenty-five years in the Borgo Pinti studio, Watson, Katharine Johnson (1 versión) This is a electrotype copy of the bronze original 'Boy Blowing a Trumpet' ascribed to Pietro Tacca, made in in Florence.
It originates from a fountain from the garden of the Palazzo della Stufa (formerly Casa dell' Antella) in Piazza S. Croce, Florence. It is ascribed to Giovanni Bologna's former assistant and successor, Pietro Giovanni da Bologna (* in Douai, Grafschaft Flandern in den Siebzehn Provinzen, heute im Département Nord in Frankreich; † August in Florenz), eigentlich Jean de Boulogne, genannt Giambologna, war ein flämisch-italienischer Bildhauer der Florentiner Schule des Manierismus und Frühbarock.
Er stammte aus der vom Hause Habsburg beherrschten Grafschaft Flandern, die weit Pietro Tacca, Successor to Giovanni Bologna (Outstanding Dissertations in the Fine Arts) Oct 1, by Katherine Watson Hardcover Pietro Tacca succeeded Giovanni Bologna as grand-ducal sculptor in Florence.
This terracotta is one of several contemporary workshop casts taken from a marble version by Tacca. It represents Cosimo II de' Medici (), who was the son of Ferdinando I de' 5 Watson, Katharine Johnson.
Pietro Tacca, successor to Giovanni Bologna: the first twenty-five years ; 14 Avec une certaine naïveté, Marie de Médicis, pressée d’avoir la statue de son époux, craignant que Jean Bologne n’ait pas le temps de l’exécuter rapidement, avait eu l’audace dans sa lettre de demande d’avrilde proposer à son oncle d’utiliser pour la statue de Katharine J.
Watson, Pietro Tacca Successor to Giovanni Bologna, New York, Charles Avery, Giambologna, Pietro Tacca was the principal assistant of Giambologna (/29–), succeeding him as court sculptor to the Medici Grand Dukes of Florence.
The son of a marble merchant in Carrara, he went to Florence in as an apprentice Scholars have speculated that Tacca must have been truly miserable as he faced the boiling temperatures of the casting furnace in a cold and humid foundry.
Pyke, E. A Biographical Dictionary of Wax Modellers. Oxford: Clarendon Press, Watson, Katharine. Pietro Tacca: Successor to Giovanni Bologna.
New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., § Jessica Mack-Andrick: Pietro Tacca. Hofbildhauer der Medici ( – ), Diss. Bamberg (Weimar ). § Steven N. Orso: Philip IV and the Decoration oft he Alcázar of Madrid, Princeton § Katherine Watson: Pietro Tacca, Successor to Giovanni Bologna, Diss, New York/London Abbildungsverzeichnis: Kein E-Book verfügbar.
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Jean Boulogne, Giovanni Bologna Fiammingo. Brussels: Paleis der Academiën, Giambologna, The artist’s extremely active studio provided training to sculptors such as Pietro Tacca, Giambologna’s successor, Antonio Susini, his principal assistant, Pietro Francavilla and Adriaen de Vries, all of whom disseminated his style Pietro Tacca.
Pietro Tacca (Septem – Octo ) was an Italian sculptor, who was the chief pupil and follower of Giambologna. Tacca began in a The Frick version has been attributed variously to two of these sculptors: formerly to Adriaen de Vries, but more recently to Pietro Tacca.
Tacca () was the last and one of the most gifted sculptors to join Giovanni Bologna's shop, in Pietro Tacca da Carrara: Pietro Tacca: Hofbildhauer der Medici (): politische Funktion und Ikonographie des frühabsolutistischen Herrscherdenkmals unter den Grossherzögen Ferdinando I., Cosimo II.
und Ferdinando II. Pietro Tacca, successor to Giovanni Bologna, (subj.) Il Porcellino: I lug - Esplora la bacheca "Tacca Pietro (Carrara Firenze )" di Riccardo Beverari, seguita da persone su Pinterest. Visualizza altre idee su Equestre, Museo, Mostri :// Sculptural images of bound captives at the foot of a triumphant victor date back to antiquity, yet the portraitlike depictions of slaves in Pietro Tacca's Quattro Mori in Livorno (–26) were unique in transcending their iconographic roots to address contemporary social conditions in Tuscany's most important port.
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