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Mini Biography: Agnolo di Cosimo/Agnolo Bronzino

Birth: Nov. 17, 1503
Death: Nov. 23, 1572
Nationality:Italian
Movement: Mannerism
Agnolo Bronzino was born, trained, educated, lived, worked, and died in Florence, Italy. His actual name was Agnolo di Cosimo but he is often referred to as Agnolo Bronzino or sometimes just Bronzino – a nickname likely given to him because of his dark complexion. 218 more words
Art

Last Judgement-Michelangelo

The Last Judgement is a huge fresco painted by the High Renaissance master Michelangelo on the altar wall of the Sistine Chapel, the piece was commissioned before the death of Pope Clement VII who was the head of the Catholic Church from 1523 to his death in 1534 and was confirmed by his successor in the Papacy, Pope  Paul III Alessandro Farnese in 1535. 1,591 more words

Italy

Mannerisms in positivity

Mannerisms matter. How you make people feel when they talk to you matter. How you treat people around you matter.

If anyone makes you feel hurt, offended – don’t sweat it. 56 more words

March into March using the MODE Effect.

March into March using the MODE Effect

Quote of the day

‘Take charge of a new era in your life by marching into March with valour and vigour. 420 more words

A Joke in Your Face

What are faces composed of? Skin and muscles? Sentiments? The long evolving cycle of events mirrored on our eyes and smile? I thought about these questions when Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s The Four Seasons caught my eye when I last visited the Louvre. 547 more words

On Anything And Everything

Mannerism

In our daily lives, we meet people in all walks of life and greet them with a simple “hello” and “goodbye” with a moderate kind gesture. 181 more words

Michael's Daily Wisdom

JAN GASSART’S MANNERISM

Virgin and Child Copy after Jan Gossart (Netherlandish, c. 1522) Oil on wood; Overall 17 7/8 x 13 5/8 in. (45.4 x 34.6 cm), painted surface 17 1/4 x 13 in. 1,995 more words

Visual Analysis