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Santi Di Tito Christ's Entrane into Jerusalem oil painting


Christ's Entrane into Jerusalem
Painting ID::  29020
Santi Di Tito
Christ's Entrane into Jerusalem
mk65 Oil on panel 137 13/16x90 9/16in Accademia,Gallery

   
   
     

Santi Di Tito The Depostition from the Cross with the Virgin,SS.Johnt the Baptist and Catherine of Alexandria,and the Patron,Bal-dassarre Suarez oil painting


The Depostition from the Cross with the Virgin,SS.Johnt the Baptist and Catherine of Alexandria,and the Patron,Bal-dassarre Suarez
Painting ID::  29021
Santi Di Tito
The Depostition from the Cross with the Virgin,SS.Johnt the Baptist and Catherine of Alexandria,and the Patron,Bal-dassarre Suarez
mk65 Oil on panel 78 3/4x66 1/8in Accademia,Gallery

   
   
     

Santi Di Tito Portrait of Niccolo Macchiavelli oil painting


Portrait of Niccolo Macchiavelli
Painting ID::  30524
Santi Di Tito
Portrait of Niccolo Macchiavelli
mk68 oil on canvas Florence, Palazzo Vecchio c.1580 Italy

   
   
     

Santi Di Tito Vision of St Thomas Aquinas oil painting


Vision of St Thomas Aquinas
Painting ID::  76715
Santi Di Tito
Vision of St Thomas Aquinas
1593(1593) Oil on panel 233 cm (91.7 in). Height: 362 cm (142.5 in). cjr

   
   
     

Santi Di Tito Vision of St Thomas Aquinas oil painting


Vision of St Thomas Aquinas
Painting ID::  80193
Santi Di Tito
Vision of St Thomas Aquinas
1593(1593) Medium Oil on panel Dimensions Height: 362 cm (142.5 in). Width: 233 cm (91.7 in). cyf

   
   
     

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     Santi Di Tito
     Italian Painter and Architect, 1536-ca.1602 was an Italian painter of Late-Mannerist or proto-Baroque style, what is sometimes referred to as Contra-Maniera. Born in Borgo San Sepolcro, in Tuscany. There is little documentation to support the alleged training under Bronzino or Baccio Bandinelli. From 1558-1564, he worked in Rome on frescoes in Palazzo Salviati and the Sala Grande of the Belvedere (Homage of the People) alongside Giovanni de' Vecchi and Niccol?? Circignani. He acquired a classical trait, described as Raphaelesque by S.J. Freedburg. This style contrasted with the reigning ornate Roman painterliness of the Federico and Taddeo Zuccari or their Florentine equivalents: Vasari, Alessandro Allori, and Bronzino. Among his pupils was Cigoli. Another pupil named Francesco Mochi became a sculptor in the Baroque style, creating among other pieces, the colossal Saint Veronica', supervised by Gianlorenzo Bernini and placed in the crossing of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. After returning to Florence in 1564, He joined the Accademia del Disegno, and he did not venture to paint outside of Tuscany. He contributed two unusual paintings for the Duke's study and laboratory, the Studiolo of Francesco I in the Palazzo Vecchio. This artistic project was partly overseen by Giorgio Vasari. These paintings are (the Sisters of Fetonte and Hercules and Iole).

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