Étiqueté : Bronzino

Exposition : Eleonora di Toledo e l’invenzione della corte dei Medici a Firenze, Florence, Uffizi, jusqu’au 14 mai 2023

Presentata la grande mostra che indaga la figura della Duchessa di Firenze immortalata da Agnolo Bronzino Apre il 7 febbraio al pubblico la più grande mostra mai dedicata ad Eleonora di Toledo, la “Gran signora del Cinquecento”: oltre 100 opere, con rilevanti prestiti internazionali, tra dipinti, disegni, arazzi, abiti, gioielli, pietre preziose racconteranno la vita, la personalità e l’esteso impatto culturale della duchessa di Firenze. Moglie di Cosimo de’ Medici, che dopo la sua morte...

Conférence en ligne : Christian Kleinbub, Art and Internal Anatomy – Michelangelo, Bronzino, and Mannerist Bodies, 8 février 2022, 5:00-6:30 pm (CET)

Christian Kleinbub – Ohio State University Building on the speaker’s research on Michelangelo’s investment in internal anatomical matters, this talk proposes that other artists of his time, especially Bronzino, paid particular attention to the meaning of the internal organs like the liver, heart, and brain, referencing those organs to explain the internal states of represented bodies. Although such references were only occasionally systematic, this talk contends that they contributed to something like an elite visual language of...

Exposition : Agnolo di Bronzino. A Portrait of Dante, Saint-Pétersbourg, Musée de l’Ermitage, jusqu’au 16 janvier 2022

The display is made up of two works: an Allegorical Portrait of Dante Alighieri by the Florentine artist Agnolo Bronzino and a printed edition of Dante’s Divine Comedy published in Venice in 1578. “This exhibition has many distinctive features. It was conceived as part of the Saint Petersburg Cultural Forum. The Forum has been cancelled, but the exhibition is taking place, as is the round table discussion “Hell and Heaven” and a poetic concert. This year has turned out to...

Appel à contribution : Agnolo Bronzino (Zurich, Lugano, Florence / online, 21-25 novembre 22, date limite le 23 novembre 2021

“Doppio tributo ad un sol nome”: tribute to Agnolo Bronzino on the 450th anniversary of his death The Research Centre for European Philological Tradition has decided to pay tribute to the Florentine painter and poet Agnolo Bronzino on the 450th anniversary of his death. During the week of 21 to 25 November 2022, a major conference and a series of collateral events will be organised, in hybrid mode (via Zoom and in person) between Zurich,...

Conférence : Patricia Rubin, « Perverse Images: Monstrous Beauty and Monkey Business in Italian Art from Botticelli to Bronzino », en ligne, 27 mai 2021

In canto 29 of Dante’s Inferno a notorious alchemist, consigned to the depths of Hell among the fraudulent, boasts of having been a successful ape of nature (“di natura buona scimia”). The boast allies imitation with counterfeiting and points to the way that representational truth to nature is inherently false. This talk takes the presence of monkeys in Sandro Botticelli’s tondo showing the Adoration of the Magi (The National Gallery, London), Michelangelo’s sculpture of a languishing prisoner (Louvre), and...

Exposition : “Con altra voce ritornerò poeta. Il ritratto di Dante del Bronzino”, Florence, Certosa del Galluzzo, jusqu’au 31 décembre 2020

Ideata da Antonio Natali (già Direttore della Galleria degli Uffizi), con Alessandro Andreini, e organizzata sotto l’egida dell’Arcidiocesi di Firenze dalla Comunità di San Leolino, dall’Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore e dall’Opera di Santa Croce, la mostra propone in esclusiva l’esposizione del Ritratto allegorico di Dante Alighieri, dipinto nel 1532-1533 dal Bronzino e proveniente da una collezione privata fiorentina. Il Ritratto allegorico di Dante campeggerà sul fondo della Pinacoteca della Certosa che sul lato sinistro ospita anche...

Exposition : « La collection Alana. Chefs-d’oeuvre de la peinture italienne », Paris – Musée Jacquemart-André, du 13 septembre 2019 au 20 janvier 2020

À la rentrée 2019, le Musée Jacquemart-André met à l’honneur la Collection Alana, l’une des plus précieuses et secrètes collections privées d’art de la Renaissance italienne au monde, actuellement conservée aux Etats-Unis. En écho à son exceptionnelle collection d’art italien, le Musée Jacquemart André présente plus de 75 chefs-d’œuvre des plus grands maitres italiens comme Lorenzo Monaco, Fra Angelico, Uccello, Lippi, Bellini, Carpaccio, Le Tintoret, Véronèse, Bronzino ou Gentileschi. Cette exposition offre l’occasion unique d’admirer...

Exposition : « The Triumph of the Body : Michelangelo and 16th Century Italian Drawings », Budapest, Szépmûvészeti Múzeum, du 6 avril au 30 juin 2019

From spring 2019 the Museum of Fine Arts will host a show of the drawings of Michelangelo, the other genius of the Italian Renaissance. Drawing played a central role in the art of Michelangelo, who left behind an outstanding legacy mainly as a sculptor but also as a painter and architect. His drawings will allow an insight into the creative process of the master’s celebrated works, while also attesting to his virtuoso handling of drawing...

Conférence: Présentation de Philippe Canguilhem sur “Bronzino’s ‘Cosimo de Medici as Orpheus’ revisited”, Florence, Villa I Tatti, le 14 Mars 2019, 18h-19h30

Conférence de Philippe Canguilhem sur “Bronzino’s ‘Cosimo de Medici as Orpheus’ revisited” au Gould Hall – Villa I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, Florence qui aura lieu le Jeudi 14 Mars 2019 à 18h-19h30.   Bronzino’s famous portrait of the young Cosimo, now in Philadelphia, has been the subject of much commentary regarding its meaning and destination, not all concordant. To quote Elisabeth Cropper, “Bronzino’s portrait of Cosimo presents enormous problems...

Exposition : « Il Cinquecento a Firenze », Florence – Palazzo Strozzi, du 21 septembre 2017 au 21 janvier 2018.

Dal 21 settembre 2017 al 21 gennaio 2018 Palazzo Strozzi ospita Il Cinquecento a Firenze. Tra Michelangelo, Pontormo e Giambologna, una straordinaria mostra dedicata all’arte del Cinquecento a Firenze che metterà in dialogo oltre settanta opere di artisti come Michelangelo, Bronzino, Giorgio Vasari, Rosso Fiorentino, Pontormo, Santi di Tito, Giambologna, Bartolomeo Ammannati. Ultimo atto d’una trilogia di mostre di Palazzo Strozzi a cura di Carlo Falciani e Antonio Natali, iniziata con Bronzino nel 2010 e...

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