AMMANATI, Bartolomeo
Italian Mannerist Sculptor, 1511-1592 Italian sculptor and architect. He was a major figure in Italian art in the second and third quarters of the 16th century. His extensive travels in north and central Italy gave him an unequalled understanding of developments in architecture and sculpture in the era of Mannerism. His style was based inevitably on the example of Michelangelo but was modified by the suaver work of Jacopo Sansovino. In both sculpture and architecture Ammanati was a highly competent craftsman, and his masterpieces, the tombs of Marco Mantova Benavides and two members of the del Monte family, the Fountains of Juno and Neptune and the courtyard of the Palazzo Pitti, are among the finest works of the period.

 

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AMMANATI, Bartolomeo Leda with the Swan oil painting   

Painting ID::  4739
AMMANATI, Bartolomeo
Leda with the Swan
Marble Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence

   
   
     

 

 

AMMANATI, Bartolomeo Fountain of Neptune oil painting   

Painting ID::  4740
AMMANATI, Bartolomeo
Fountain of Neptune
1559-75 Marble and bronze Piazza della Signoria, Florence

   
   
     

 

 

AMMANATI, Bartolomeo The Fountain of Neptune  lll oil painting   

Painting ID::  4741
AMMANATI, Bartolomeo
The Fountain of Neptune lll
1565 Marble and bronze Piazza della Signoria, Florence

   
   
     

 

 

AMMANATI, Bartolomeo Fountain of Neptune   nnn oil painting   

Painting ID::  4742
AMMANATI, Bartolomeo
Fountain of Neptune nnn
1559-75 Marble and bronze Piazza della Signoria, Florence

   
   
     

 

 

AMMANATI, Bartolomeo Russian goddess Staples oil painting   

Painting ID::  58359
AMMANATI, Bartolomeo
Russian goddess Staples
mk261 Florence 1572 - 1575 years of high bronze statue of 93 centimeters.

   
   
     

 

 

AMMANATI, Bartolomeo Immaculate Conception oil painting   

Painting ID::  72105
AMMANATI, Bartolomeo
Immaculate Conception
Date 1719 Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 39 X 57 cm cyf

   
   
     

 

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AMMANATI, Bartolomeo
Italian Mannerist Sculptor, 1511-1592 Italian sculptor and architect. He was a major figure in Italian art in the second and third quarters of the 16th century. His extensive travels in north and central Italy gave him an unequalled understanding of developments in architecture and sculpture in the era of Mannerism. His style was based inevitably on the example of Michelangelo but was modified by the suaver work of Jacopo Sansovino. In both sculpture and architecture Ammanati was a highly competent craftsman, and his masterpieces, the tombs of Marco Mantova Benavides and two members of the del Monte family, the Fountains of Juno and Neptune and the courtyard of the Palazzo Pitti, are among the finest works of the period.