Jacopo Ligozzi: Christ Carrying the Cross (1604)

  Who Created This Masterpiece? One of the most prolific artists of the 1600s in Florence, Jacopo Ligozzi (1547–1627) is an Italian painter, illustrator, designer, and miniaturist whose style can be categorized as late-Renaissance and Mannerist. After a period under the employment of the Habsburg family in Vienna, Jacopo Ligozzi [moves] to Florence circa 1576 where,…

Segna di Buonaventura: Saint Benedict (1320s)

‘Saint Benedict’ Artist: Segna di Buonaventura (Italian, active Siena by 1298–died 1326/31) Date: 1320s Medium: Tempera on wood, gold ground Dimensions: Overall, with framing elements, 49 x 20 7/8 in. (124.5 x 53 cm); Saint Benedict, painted surface 27 7/8 x 16 in. (70.8 x 40.6 cm); pinnacle, painted surface 10 1/4 x 15 3/8…

Adolfo Tommasi: Petriolo near Florence (1884)

  Click for Enlarged Image     Details Owner/Location: Private collection Dates: 1884 Artist age: Approximately 33 years old. Dimensions: Height: 99 cm (38.98 in.), Width: 201.5 cm (79.33 in.) Medium: Painting – oil on canvas Image Credit Adolfo Tommasi, Petriolo near Florence, (1884) source: The Athenaeum. Thanks for Visiting! 🙂 The End

The Flagellation – 14th Century Italian Embroidery

One of Twelve: Life of Christ The Flagellation is one of twelve panels attributed to Geri Lapi depicting the life of Christ, of which nine are in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. This embroidered panel representing the Flagellation is a remarkable expression of the Florentine Gothic style. While the needlework has been attributed to the…