Lorenzo de' Medici, aka Lorenzo the Magnificent, his full name was Lorenzo di Piero de' Medici (1449-1492). Lorenzo, by creed a deist, had regarded the Church merely as a source for his son of lucrative emoluments, and dignities which might be crowned with the tiara.
"Lorenzo de Medici" Antique Bronze Sculpture after Michelangelo, 19th century
"Lorenzo de Medici" Antique Bronze Sculpture after Michelangelo, 19th century | From a unique collection of antique and modern sculptures at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorative-objects/sculptures/
The art collection of Lorenzo de Medici - LEO 'N ART
Blown away by the floors in the Medici Princes Chapel, Florence, Italy.
Magnifico: The Brilliant Life and Violent Times of Lorenzo de' Medici
Mr. Burns (on phone with Homer); 'I'll either tickle your ribs or feed them to my dogs. Now we're ordering out, so what would you like on your pizza pie? (Pauses.) EXTRA CHEESE?! Who do you take me for, Lorenzo de Medici?!' S13-'A Hunka Hunka Burns In Love.'
Fatih Sultan Mehmet Han adına Floransa dükü Lorenzo de' Medici tarafından bastırılan madalyon.. Üç taç: Batı Roma, Doğu Roma ve Osmanlı.
French Statue Representing "Day" after Michelangelo's tomb for Giuliano di Lorenzo de'Medici in Florence
4 out of 5 stars: Set in 15th century Florence, during the rule of Lorenzo de Medici, the greatest patron of Renaissance art. The story brings a lesser known subject of women who call themselves Da Vinci’s Disciples. They are women artists under the tutelage of Leonardo da Vinci. They are forced to develop their skills in hiding as women were not allowed to be artist at the time. But they feel that the time has come for women to paint openly and not in hiding.