Agnolo Bronzino

Agnolo Gaddi

Ambrogio Lorenzetti

Andreadi di Bonaiuto

Andrea del Castagno

Andrea del Sarto

Andrea di Bartolo

Andrea Mantegna

Antonello da Messina

Antonio del Pollaiuolo

Bartolo di Fredi

Bartolomeo di Giovanni

Benozzo Gozzoli

Benvenuto di Giovanni

Bernard Berenson

Bernardo Daddi

Bianca Cappello

Bicci di Lorenzo

Bonaventura Berlinghieri

Buonamico Buffalmacco

Byzantine art

Cimabue

Dante

Dietisalvi di Speme

Domenico Beccafumi

Domenico di Bartolo

Domenico di Michelino

Domenico veneziano

Donatello

Duccio di Buoninsegna

Eleonora da Toledo

Federico Zuccari

Filippino Lippi

Filippo Lippi

Fra Angelico

Fra Carnevale

Francesco di Giorgio Martini

Francesco Pesellino

Francesco Rosselli

Francia Bigio

Gentile da Fabriano

Gherarducci

Domenico Ghirlandaio

Giambologna

Giorgio Vasari

Giotto di bondone

Giovanni da Modena

Giovanni da San Giovanni

Giovanni di Francesco

Giovanni di Paolo

Giovanni Toscani

Girolamo di Benvenuto

Guidoccio Cozzarelli

Guido da Siena

Il Sodoma

Jacopo del Sellaio

Jacopo Pontormo

Lippo Memmi

Lippo Vanni

Lorenzo Ghiberti

Lorenzo Monaco

Lo Scheggia

Lo Spagna

Luca Signorelli

masaccio

masolino da panicale

master of monteoliveto

master of sain tfrancis

master of the osservanza

matteo di giovanni

memmo di filippuccio

neroccio di bartolomeo

niccolo di segna

paolo di giovanni fei

paolo ucello

perugino

piero della francesca

piero del pollaiolo

piero di cosimo

pietro aldi

pietro lorenzetti

pinturicchio

pontormo

sandro botticelli

sano di pietro

sassetta

simone martini

spinello aretino


taddeo di bartolo

taddeo gaddi

ugolino di nerio

vecchietta

 

             
 

24 Triptych Nativity,Resurrection and Saints. 1397 (53x53) Pinacoteca, Siena.jpg

Andrea di Bartolo, Tryptich, Nativity, Resurrection and Saints, 1397, Pinacoteca Nazionale di Siena [1 ]

 

Travel guide for Tuscany
       
   


Andrea di Bartolo

 

   
   
Andrea di Bartolo was an Italian painter, active in Siena between 1389-1428. It is very probable that he was the master of Sano di Pietro.
   
   
    Coronation of the Virgin, Panel, 106 x 74 cm
Galleria Franchetti, Ca' d'Oro, Venice Antica, Rome
     
    Madonna della Misericordia
Andrea di Bartolo da Jesi
1471
Fresco, 180 x 126 cm
Belvedere Ostrense, Church of Madonna della Misericordia
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
 
6 Andrea di Bartolo. Crucifixion. c. 1400, Metropolitan museum, N-Y
Andrea di Bartolo, Crucifixion, ca. 1400, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
     
 
   
 
Bill Viola (born 1951) was one of the first artists to use film and video in a Fine Art context. He has continued to utilise progressively more advanced equipment to create works in which the technology is secondary to the subject. This allows for the focus to be given to his images which are presented simply, like moving paintings.

Influenced by Western and Eastern art history and spiritual practices, Viola’s work frequently evokes mystical or religious experience. Catherine’s Room is based on a fourteenth century predella by Andrea di Bartolo. It presents scenes from the life of St Catherine across a sequence of five screens, using contrasts of light and dark to dramatic effect. Four Hands concentrates on actions made by a pair of disembodied hands reminiscent of Indian ‘mudras’, the symbolic gestures of Buddhist and Hindu religious iconography.

Both works characterise the more intimate aspects of Viola’s practice, which can be contrasted with his monumental projects dealing with universal themes of birth, death and regeneration.

 


Holiday accomodation in Toscany | Podere Santa Pia


     

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Podere Santa Pia
 
Podere Santa Pia, garden view, December
 
View from terrace with a stunning view over the Maremma and Montecristo
         

[1] Image Source: By Andrea di Bartolo - http://www.atlantedellarteitaliana.it/author-32.html, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=15376338