The Full Wiki

More info on Scipione Pulzone

Scipione Pulzone: Map

Advertisements
  

Wikipedia article:

Map showing all locations mentioned on Wikipedia article:



Scipione Pulzone (Gaetamarker, c. 1550 – February 1 1598), also known as Il Gaetano, was an Italian late Renaissance Mannerist or, more properly, "counter-Maniera" painter active in Romemarker. He was a disciple of Jacopino del Conte.

Best know for his portraits, Pulzone painted Gregory XIII, Cardinal de' Medici and the Grand Duke Ferdinand de Medici, Eleonora de' Medici, and Maria de' Medici. He also painted an Assumption with the Apostles for San Silvestro al Quirinalemarker ; a Pietà for the Gesumarker; and a Crucifixion for Santa Maria in Vallicellamarker.

Pulzone's Mater Divinae Providentiae, painted around 1580, inspired the Roman Catholic cult of devotion to Our Lady of Providence.

He died in Romemarker .

External links



References




Embed code:
Advertisements






Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message