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TIBALDI, Pellegrino Adoration of the Christ Child gi oil painting


Adoration of the Christ Child gi
Painting ID::  9281
TIBALDI, Pellegrino
Adoration of the Christ Child gi
1548 Oil on canvas Galleria Borghese, Rome

   
   
     

TIBALDI, Pellegrino Gathering the Manna oil painting


Gathering the Manna
Painting ID::  32870
TIBALDI, Pellegrino
Gathering the Manna
mk84 1586 El Escoria,Sagrario fresco

   
   
     

TIBALDI, Pellegrino Marty of St.Lawrence oil painting


Marty of St.Lawrence
Painting ID::  32871
TIBALDI, Pellegrino
Marty of St.Lawrence
mk84 1592 El Escorial basilica canvas 419x315cm

   
   
     

TIBALDI, Pellegrino Martyrdom of St Lawrence oil painting


Martyrdom of St Lawrence
Painting ID::  43685
TIBALDI, Pellegrino
Martyrdom of St Lawrence
1592 Oil on canvas, 419 x 315 cm

   
   
     

TIBALDI, Pellegrino Adoration of the Christ Child oil painting


Adoration of the Christ Child
Painting ID::  63015
TIBALDI, Pellegrino
Adoration of the Christ Child
1548 Oil on canvas Galleria Borghese, Rome Pellegrino Tibaldi (also Pellegrino da Bologna) was influenced by Perin del Vaga during a stay in Rome in 1547 (as seen in the decoration of the Castel Sant' Angelo). Later he orientated towards Michelangelo. In his Adoration of the Christ Child, 1548, Pellegrino Tibaldi surrounds the infant Jesus by a whirling crowd of worshipping figures reminiscent of the angels and the damned in the Last Judgement in the Sistine Chapel. Artist: TIBALDI, Pellegrino Painting Title: Adoration of the Christ Child , 1551-1600 Painting Style: Italian , , religious

   
   
     

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     TIBALDI, Pellegrino
     Italian Painter, 1527-1596 Painter and architect. Pellegrino Tibaldi's early paintings show the influence of Bagnacavallo and of other Bolognese followers of Raphael, but his actual teacher is unknown. Vasari's claim that his own works in S Michele in Bosco, Bologna, formed Tibaldi's artistic education is hardly borne out by the latter's first efforts. The Mystic Marriage of St Catherine (c. 1545; Bologna, Pin. N.) is, in its classical, hierarchical simplicity, clearly inspired by Raphael's manner as interpreted by his Bolognese imitators; although it also bears delicate marks of Parmigianino's grace, the power of its expressive dignity and the architectural background hint at Tibaldi's future development. Tibaldi's Adoration of the Shepherds

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