All Lorenzo Ghiberti 's Paintings

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Choice ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)    Details
Isaac Sends Esau to Hunt Lorenzo Ghiberti
 Isaac Sends Esau to Hunt   1425-52 Bronze Baptistry, Florence Following his journey to Rome in 1416, Ghiberti showed himself ever more receptive to ancient art. The models are never copied in a servile fashion, but are, rather, exploited as an inexhaustible source of inspiration, and transformed by a wholly modern, dynamic interpretation. The group of women on the left side, whose draperies move in folds revealing the forms of the body or fly in wind-lifted arabesques, appear in several scenes on the Gates of Paradise, each time in a new version. They are borrowed from antique sculpture, as in the canephore, whose ornamental potential was often to be exploited in Florentine renaissance painting. Artist: GHIBERTI, Lorenzo Painting Title: Isaac Sends Esau to Hunt (panel from the eastern door) , 1401-1450 Painting Style: Italian , sculpture Type: religious
Josef and its brothers Lorenzo Ghiberti
 Josef and its brothers   mk148 Element at the bronze gate of the baptism chapel of the cathedral in Florence
Sacrifice of Isaac Lorenzo Ghiberti
 Sacrifice of Isaac   1401 Bronze relief Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence This panel, together with that made by Filippo Brunelleschi, both depicting the sacrifice of Isaac, have great artistic and historical importance. They are the famous trial pieces presented in a competition for the right to construct the door of the Baptistry. The lyrical elegance of Ghiberti's version undoubtedly expresses more coherently the famous Biblical episode. Ghiberti won the competition. *** Keywords: ************* Author: GHIBERTI, Lorenzo Title: Sacrifice of Isaac , 1401-1450 , Italian Form: sculpture , religious
Self-portrait Lorenzo Ghiberti
 Self-portrait   mk176 1425-52

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