This anthology, conscientiously reproduced from infrequent portfolios, provides over 40 of these works, via artists starting from the fifteenth century Italian Filippino Lippi to the nineteenth century French classicist, J. A. D. Ingres. incorporated are such highlights as a Michelangelo learn for a useless Christ; drawings of seated girls through Rembrandt; a learn through Rubens for Daniel within the Lions' Den, and most excellent nudes via Tintoretto, Titian, Andrea del Sarto, Raphael, Pontormo, and different celebrated artists.
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2. Nude in art—Catalogs. I. Spero, James. NC765. 05 1986 741. 94’074 86-19294 9780486137223 synthetic within the usa by means of Courier company 25233709 www. doverpublications. com desk of Contents identify web page Copyright web page Federigo Baroccio (or Barocci; 1526—1612). research for Saint Andrew. Chalk and charcoal; 350 × 274 mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Paris Bordone (1500—1571). woman nude. Charcoal and chalk on cerulean paper; 2 hundred × 320 mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Pieter Brueghel the Elder? (ca. 1525—1569). outdated guy dancing. Pen and ink on white paper; one hundred sixty × one hundred twenty mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Cecco Bravo (Francesco Montelatici; ca. 1600—1661). research of a nude adolescence. Sanguine and black chalk on white paper; 333 × 230 mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Jacopo da Empoli (Jacopo Chimenti; 1554—1640). Seminude male determine. Sanguine on white paper; four hundred x 240 mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Jacopo da Empoli. research of a adolescence bare to the waist. Sanguine. Pierpont Morgan Library, big apple. Francesco Furini (1604—1646). girl nude noticeable from the rear. Sanguine on white paper; 350 × 2 hundred mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Gervasio Gatti (Il Sojaro; 1549—1631). research for Saint Sebastian. Pencil and pen with lead heightening on cerulean paper; 240 × 430 mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (1780-1867). examine of a reclining lady. Graphite. Library,École des Beaux-Arts, Paris Filippino Lippi (1457—1504). A nude with employees, strolling. Silverpoint heightened with white on grayish paper; 275 × eighty five mm. Print Room, Dresden. Michelangelo (Buonarroti; 1475—1564). experiences for: a determine and the suitable hand of the Libyan Sibyl for the Sistine Chapel; six certain slaves for the tomb of Julius II; a cornice. Sanguine; 285 × 195 mm. Oxford college Galleries, Oxford. Michelangelo. examine for a useless Christ. Black chalk; 225 x 320 mm. Louvre, Paris. Raffaele de Montelupo (Sinibaldi; 1505? -1556). young children enjoying at scorching cockles; nudes. Pen and ink; 275 x 370 mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Charles Natoire (1700—1777). stunned nymph. Sanguine on brownish-gray paper; 382 × 207 mm. college of Pollaiuolo. A nude with folded hands. Pen and bister; 260 × eighty mm. Jacopo Pontormo. research for a lifeless Christ. Sanguine; 353 × 279 mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Jacopo Pontormo. examine of a nude seated at the flooring. Black chalk; four hundred × 260 mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Jacopo Pontormo. Recumbent determine, foreshortened; à seated baby. Black chalk; four hundred x 280 mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio; 1483—1520). Nude research of a guy keeping a vase on his head. Pen and bister. Rembrandt (Harmenszoon van Rijn; 1606-1669). Seated girl. British Museum, London. Rembrandt. Seated ladies. Louvre, Paris. Rosso Fiorentino (Giambattista Rossi; 1494—1541). learn for a male torso; a head for a similar determine. Sanguine. Pierpont Morgan Library, ny. Peter Paul Rubens (1577—1640). A research for Daniel within the Lions’ Den (National Gallery, Washington). Black chalk. Ventura Salimbeni (1568—1613). lady nude. Sanguine; 330 × 230 mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Andrea del Sarto (1487—1530/31).