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BRAMANTE Christ at the Column  gfd oil painting


Christ at the Column gfd
Painting ID::  5340
BRAMANTE
Christ at the Column gfd
c. 1490 Tempera on panel, 93 x 62 cm Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan

   
   
     

BRAMANTE Man with a Halbard (detail) fg oil painting


Man with a Halbard (detail) fg
Painting ID::  5341
BRAMANTE
Man with a Halbard (detail) fg
c. 1481 Fresco transferred to canvas Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan

   
   
     

BRAMANTE Man with a Broadsword dfg oil painting


Man with a Broadsword dfg
Painting ID::  5342
BRAMANTE
Man with a Broadsword dfg
c. 1481 Fresco transferred to canvas, 285 x 127 cm Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan

   
   
     

BRAMANTE Man-at-Arms ds oil painting


Man-at-Arms ds
Painting ID::  5343
BRAMANTE
Man-at-Arms ds
c. 1481 Fresco transferred to canvas, 90 x 113 cm Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan

   
   
     

BRAMANTE Heraclitus and Democritus fd oil painting


Heraclitus and Democritus fd
Painting ID::  5344
BRAMANTE
Heraclitus and Democritus fd
1477 Fresco transferred to canvas Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan

   
   
     

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     BRAMANTE
     Italian High Renaissance Architect and Painter, 1444-1514 In the first decade of the 16th century Donato Bramante was the chief architect in Rome, which had just replaced Florence as the artistic capital of Europe because the patronage of Pope Julius II (reigned 1503-1513) attracted all the leading Italian artists to that city. It is particularly the triumvirate of artists - Michelangelo the sculptor and painter, Raphael the painter, and Bramante the architect - who dominated this period, usually called the High Renaissance, and whose influence overwhelmed the following generations. Donato di Pascuccio d'Antonio, called Bramante, was born in 1444 at Monte Asdruvaldo near Urbino. Nothing is known of the first 30 years of his life. During that period, however, the court of Federigo da Montefeltro at Urbino was a flourishing humanistic and cultural center, attended by artists such as Piero della Francesca, Melozzo da Forll, and Luciano Laurana, who probably influenced the young Bramante. The first notice of Bramante dates from 1477, when he decorated the facade of the Palazzo del Podestaat Bergamo with a frescoed frieze of philosophers.

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