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Jacopo Ligozzi Rape of the Sabine Woment oil painting


Rape of the Sabine Woment
Painting ID::  82262
Jacopo Ligozzi
Rape of the Sabine Woment
"Rape of the Sabine Woment" by Jacopo Ligozzi, 1605-15, oil on canvas Date 1605(1605) cjr

   
   
     

Jacopo Ligozzi Sacrifice of Isaac oil painting


Sacrifice of Isaac
Painting ID::  85826
Jacopo Ligozzi
Sacrifice of Isaac
Oil on wood, 51 x 37,5 cm Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence Date c. 1596(1596) cjr

   
   
     

Jacopo Ligozzi Sacrifice of Isaac oil painting


Sacrifice of Isaac
Painting ID::  90007
Jacopo Ligozzi
Sacrifice of Isaac
Oil on wood, 51 x 37,5 cm Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence Date c. 1596 cyf

   
   
     

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     Jacopo Ligozzi
     (1547 - 1627) was an Italian painter, illustrator, designer, and miniaturist of the late Renaissance and early Mannerist styles. Born in Verona, he was the son of the artist Giovanni Ermano Ligozzi, and part of a large family of painters and artisans. After a time in the Habsburg court in Vienna where he displayed drawings of animal and botanical specimens, he was invited to come to Florence, receiving the patronage of the Medici as one of the court artists. Upon the death of Giorgio Vasari in 1574, he became head of the Accademia e Compagnia delle Arti del Disegno, the officially patronized guild of artists, which was often called to advise on diverse projects. He served Francesco I, Ferdinando I, Cosimo II and Ferdinando II, Grand Dukes of Tuscany. He worked on some projects with Bernardino Poccetti. Late in life, he was named director of the grand-ducal Galleria dei Lavori, a workshop providing designs for artworks made mainly for export: embroidered textiles and for the newly popular medium of pietre dure, mosaics of semiprecious stones and colored marbles. Jacopo Ligozzi was born at Verona c. 1543, He died after 1632. He painted some frescoes for the cloister of the Ognissanti. He painted for Santa Maria Novella a canvas of St. Raymond resuscitating a Child and a Martyrdom of St. Dorothea for the church of the Conventuali at Pescia. Both Agostino Carracci and Andrea Andreani engraved some of his works

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