The Caccia painting is one of about 70 works in the exhibit, which include standout pieces by Luca della Robbia, Fra Filippo Lippi, Sandro Botticelli
, Albrecht Durer, Titian, Caravaggio, and Rembrandt.
hablaronse en voz baja, juntando las cabezas, y salieron de la estancia en alegre murmullo, en un grupo casto y primaveral como aquel que pinto Sandro Botticelli
Her birth remained a popular subject among artists throughout history, with Sandro Botticelli
, William-Adolphe Bouguereau, and Alexandre Cabanel producing veritable masterpieces based on that myth, while her pairing with Ares (or Mars as the Romans called him) was also depicted by Botticelli and Jacques-Louis David, among others.
The great Renaissance painter, Sandro Botticelli
, painted his masterpiece the Allegory of Spring amidst the backdrop of an era of profound change.
Historians often recognize two distinguished painters, Sandro Botticelli
(15th century) and Philippe de Champaigne (17th century), for their artistic interpretations of Saint Augustine as a European intellectual.
Eminent artists Domenico Ghirlandaio, Pietro Perugino, and Sandro Botticelli
were associated with the Verrocchio workshop.
De sus estudios con Sandro Botticelli
se aprecia el tratamiento de los cuerpos, sobre todo de las piernas de Jesus, de ecos naturalistas.
As a self taught artist he takes his influences from the full range of modern art, from Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko to RB Kitaj, Paul Klee, Marcel Duchamp, and Sandro Botticelli
1510: Death of Florentine painter Sandro Botticelli
, whose work included The Birth Of Venus.
In 1929 the painting about which Pound wrote was reattributed to an anonymous follower of Sandro Botticelli
(1445-1510) so that we may no longer cite it as evidence that Sellaio was an artist who knew "the secret ways of love.
Como requisito para a conclusao do doutorado em historia da arte, Warburg compos em 1891 uma inovadora dissertacao tratando de duas pinturas do florentino Sandro Botticelli
(1445-1510): O nascimento de Venus e A primavera.
Venus and Mars', a painting believed to have been created by Italian artist Sandro Botticelli
, is pictured in the National Gallery in London.
An impressive exhibit mounted by the Metropolitan Museum of New York City provides an enlightening and often amusing journey back to Renaissance Italy, the place and time of Sandro Botticelli
and Leonardo Da Vinci, roughly 1450 to 1620.
Se inicia el recorrido de la tuberculosis como objeto del arte mencionando a Sandro Botticelli
en la epoca renacentista.
But something about the cozy Italian dance studio on Via Sandro Botticelli
appealed to me.