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Adriano Fiorentino

(c.1450/60–c.1499), Italian sculptor and medallist, born in Florence, where he cast the bronze statuette of Bellerophon and Pegasus (Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna) by Bertoldo ...

Adriano Fiorentino

Adriano Fiorentino (c.1450)   Reference library

The Oxford Dictionary of the Renaissance

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2005
Subject:
History, Early Modern History (1500 to 1700)
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... Fiorentino or Adriano di Giovanni de'Maestri ( c. 1450 / 60 – c. 1499 ), Italian sculptor and medallist, born in Florence, where he cast the bronze statuette of Bellerophon and Pegasus (Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna) by Bertoldo di Giovanni . At an unknown date in the 1480s Adriano moved to Naples, where he entered the service of King Ferrante I , for whom he worked as a military engineer, artillery-founder, and portrait medallist; his portrait medal subjects included Giovanni Pontano and Jacopo Sannazaro . In the late 1490s he moved to...

Adriano Fiorentino

Adriano Fiorentino  

(c.1450/60–c.1499),Italian sculptor and medallist, born in Florence, where he cast the bronze statuette of Bellerophon and Pegasus (Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna) by Bertoldo di Giovanni. At an ...
medal

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The Oxford Dictionary of the Renaissance

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Current Version:
2005
Subject:
History, Early Modern History (1500 to 1700)
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660 words

...the Pazzi Conspiracy ), Giovanni Bernardi , Caradosso , Costanzo da Ferrara (notably his portrait of Sultan Mehmet II ), Annibale Fontana , Francia , Francesco Laurana , Leone Leoni , Matteo de'Pasti , Savelli Sperandio , Adriano Fiorentino (notably his Giovanni Pontano ), Niccolò Fiorentino (notably his Giovanni Albizzi , Savonarola , Lorenzo de'Medici , and Charles VIII of France), and Domenico and Gianpaolo Poggini . In Germany medals were struck by Italian craftsmen as early as 1477 , when the Archduke Maximilian ...

Wettin, House of

Wettin, House of   Reference library

The Grove Encyclopedia of Northern Renaissance Art

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2009
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Art & Architecture
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...court painter from c. 1505 , produced for the Elector dozens of altarpieces, portraits, hunting scenes, murals, prints and miscellaneous designs for other craftsmen. Jacopo de’ Barbari and Conrat Meit were among several talented masters who worked briefly for him, as was Adriano Fiorentino ( c. 1450/60–99 ), who created a bronze bust of Frederick the Wise of Saxony ( 1498 ; Dresden, Grünes Gewölbe). Significantly, he was the first noble patron of Albrecht Dürer, who produced at least seven paintings for him, the earliest a portrait ( 1496 ; Berlin,...

Italy

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The Grove Encyclopedia of Medieval Art and Architecture

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Current Version:
2013
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Art & Architecture, History, Early history (500 CE to 1500)
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...of Ascoli Piceno Cathedral. In South Italy the art of woodworking did not reach its height in Naples until the first half of the 15th century. Bibliography F. Schottmuller : Wohnungskultur und Möbel der italienischen Renaissance (Stuttgart, 1921) M. Tinti : Il mobilio fiorentino (Milan and Rome, 1929) G. Mariacher : Ambienti italiani del trecento e quattrocento (Milan, 1963) M. Praz : La filosofia dell’arredamento (Milan, 1964) V. Pagliuzzi : ‘Mobili del medioevo: Il cassone la cassapanca, il seggiolone dal secolo XII al secolo XV’, A. Illus...

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