Name: Portrait of Emperor Charles V at Muhlberg Painter: Titian Date: 1548 Current Location: Museo del Prado Subject: Charles V Dimensions: 132 in x 111 in This painting of Charles V (oil on canvas) is a tribute to his victory in Muhlberg. The red tones in the painting symbol battle and victory. It was painted by Titian, an Italian Renaissance painter known for his mastery of colour.
Sebastiano del Piombo, between 1485-1547: Portrait of Antonio Cardinal Pallavicini Public Collection (?), ARC During this era, the linen rochetta falls quite far past the knees, probably to mid-calf. His hood is lined with a much lighter fabric, a nice contrast. He wears a large ring on the first finger.
TIZIANO Vecellio (b. 1490, Pieve di Cadore, d. 1576, Venezia) Click! The Trinity in Glory c. 1552-54 Oil on canvas, 346 x 240 cm Museo del Prado, Madrid Emperor Charles V described the painting in a codicil to his will, in which he ordered that a high altar should be erected containing this painting, as the Last Judgment. It depicts Charles V and members of his family together with angels and biblical figures worshipping the Holy Trinity. Charles V, his wife Isabella of Portugal and…
PASSIGNANO (b. 1559, Passignano, d. 1638, Firenze) Click! The Resurrection 1600-25 Oil on canvas, 112 x 70 cm Pinacoteca, Vatican In the latter half of the seventeenth century this painting was placed in the Chapel of Saint Ignatius, located in the area known as La Storta, 12 km outside Rome on the Via Cassia. The picture, probably born out of devotional motives, is a worthy example of the mature works of Passignano.
NELLI, Plautilla (b. 1523, Firenze, d. 1588, Firenze) Click! Lamentation - Oil on panel, 288 x 192 cm Museo di San Marco, Florence This painting is the best known work of the artist. Originally it was on the altar of the church at the Florentine convent of Santa Caterina, where Nelli lived as a nun and served repeatedly as abbess. The composition derives from Fra Bartolomeo's Lamentation (1511-12), but she included two additional women next to the Virgin. All figures are highly…
ZENALE, Bernardo (b. 1464, Treviglio, d. 1526, Milano) Click! St Stephen 1502-07 Panel, 98 x 29 cm Museo Poldi Pezzoli, Milan This painting, and another panel in the Museo Poldi Pezzoli representing St Anthony of Padua, formed the side panel of an altarpiece in the convent San Francesco in Cantù.
TIZIANO Vecellio (b. 1490, Pieve di Cadore, d. 1576, Venezia) Click! The Annunciation 1562-64 Oil on canvas, 403 x 235 cm San Salvador, Venice Withdrawing into a noble creative isolation in which he explored new forms of expression, Titian painted a series of works on sacred and secular subjects for the court of Spain and other clients.
CAMPI, Giulio (b. ca. 1508, Cremona, d. 1572, Cremona) Click! Portrait of a Man - Oil on canvas, 105,5 x 83 cm The Hermitage, St. Petersburg Formerly the painting was attributed to Anthonis Mor, then to Paris Bordone, and later to Lorenzo Lotto.