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benvenuto cellini | Benvenuto Cellini. Busto di Cosimo I Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence, 1546-47.

benvenuto cellini | Benvenuto Cellini. Busto di Cosimo I Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence, 1546-47.

Andrea Verrocchio fue el autor de la estatua ecuestre a Bartolomeo Colleoni. El aspecto orgulloso del jinete, su expresión amenazante y la fogosa actitud del caballo componen un conjunto que el pedestal hace aún más majestuoso. Después de la muerte del artista, Alessandro Leopardi (1465-1523) diseñó la base y fundió la estatua. El monumento quedó terminado en 1496.

Andrea Verrocchio fue el autor de la estatua ecuestre a Bartolomeo Colleoni. El aspecto orgulloso del jinete, su expresión amenazante y la fogosa actitud del caballo componen un conjunto que el pedestal hace aún más majestuoso. Después de la muerte del artista, Alessandro Leopardi (1465-1523) diseñó la base y fundió la estatua. El monumento quedó terminado en 1496.

Statue of Saint Bartholomew, who was skinned-alive by the Romans for not renouncing his christian-faith. In this statue, the sculptor depicts Bartholomew with muscles, bones, and veins for all to see. Draped around his shoulders and waist is his own skin.

Statue of Saint Bartholomew, who was skinned-alive by the Romans for not renouncing his christian-faith. In this statue, the sculptor depicts Bartholomew with muscles, bones, and veins for all to see. Draped around his shoulders and waist is his own skin.

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Modellino per la tesa di Medusa - Benvenuto Cellini

Modellino per la tesa di Medusa - Benvenuto Cellini

DONATELLO - Italian (1386 - 1466) St John Baptist 1438

DONATELLO - Italian (1386 - 1466) St John Baptist 1438

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Donatello - San Giovannino - Museo del Bargello

Donatello - San Giovannino - Museo del Bargello

In Greek mythology, a Gorgon (plural: Gorgons, Ancient Greek: Γοργών/Γοργώ Gorgon/Gorgo) is a female creature. The name derives from the ancient Greek word gorgós, which means "dreadful". While descriptions of Gorgons vary across Greek literature and occur in the earliest examples of Greek literature, the term commonly refers to any of three sisters who had hair made of living, venomous snakes, as well as a horrifying visage that turned those who beheld her to stone.

In Greek mythology, a Gorgon (plural: Gorgons, Ancient Greek: Γοργών/Γοργώ Gorgon/Gorgo) is a female creature. The name derives from the ancient Greek word gorgós, which means "dreadful". While descriptions of Gorgons vary across Greek literature and occur in the earliest examples of Greek literature, the term commonly refers to any of three sisters who had hair made of living, venomous snakes, as well as a horrifying visage that turned those who beheld her to stone.

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