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MICHELI Parrasio The Lute-playing Venus with Cupid ASG oil painting


The Lute-playing Venus with Cupid ASG
Painting ID::  8213
Artist: MICHELI Parrasio
Painting: The Lute-playing Venus with Cupid ASG
Introduction: after 1550 Oil on canvas, 110 x 97 cm Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
   
   
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MICHELI Parrasio Young Woman Playing a Lute oil painting


Young Woman Playing a Lute
Painting ID::  80546
Artist: MICHELI Parrasio
Painting: Young Woman Playing a Lute
Introduction: 1570 Medium Oil on canvas cyf
   
   
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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     Italian painter, Venetian school (before 1516 - 1578) Italian painter and draughtsman. The natural son of a Venetian aristocrat, Salvador Michiel, he pursued his early training in the workshop of Titian and later in his career was associated with Paolo Veronese, who provided him with drawings for his paintings. He is known to have been in Rome before 1547. Micheli's earliest work is an altarpiece depicting the Virgin and Child with SS Lorenzo and Ursula (1535; Murano, S Pietro Martire), which was commissioned by Ursula Pasqualigo in memory of her deceased husband, the former Procurator Lorenzo Pasqualigo. There is also a Venus and Cupid (c. 1547; London, priv. col.) and a Lucrezia (c. 1547; London, Mond col.). In 1550 he married the daughter of a German baker. Several documented paintings have been destroyed or are untraced: the painting of Doge Lorenzo Priuli Accompanied by Ten Senators with Personifications of Fortune and Venice (1563), for which he received 225 ducats, was destroyed in the fire in the Doge's Palace of 1574. The work is known from a preparatory study (Berlin, Kupferstichkab.) and a contract of 22 October 1563. Five paintings known to have been in the Libreria Marciana that same year are also untraced. The large painting depicting the Adoration of the Dead Christ (Venice, S Giuseppe), signed and dated parrhasio Micheli dipinse nel 1573, includes a self-portrait. Micheli also painted portraits of Venetian noblemen (e.g. Girolamo Zane, Venice, Accademia; Tommaso Contarini, Venice, Doge's Palace) and associated with prominent men of letters including Paolo Giovio and Pietro Aretino. . Related Artists to MICHELI Parrasio : | Clarkson Frederick Stanfield | Leemput, Remigius van | Jean-Jacques Bachelier | Pierre Francois Eugene Giraud | NIEULANDT, Adriaen van |

 

 

 

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