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Seated prophet or evangelist
Red chalk on paper. 1536 - 1540
Bandinelli, Baccio
Seated prophet or evangelist
Red chalk on paper. 1536 - 1540
Bandinelli, Baccio

Although the style of drawing is characteristic of Bandinelli, the majestic pose indeed echoes figures by Michelangelo on the Sistine ceiling, which he painted in 1508-1512. While the noble head and copious drapery recall the Prophets, the placement of the muscular body is more suggestive of the youthful ignudi.Michelangelo´s work also springs to mind in the handling of the red chalk in the

Venus
Bronze. 1530 - 1534
Bandinelli, Baccio
Venus
Bronze. 1530 - 1534
Bandinelli, Baccio

Bandinelli gave a “bellissima Venere”, in his own words, to Charles V prior to 1536, which is recorded in the collection of Charles’s sister, Mary of Hungary. It was executed in Rome from a cast of a classical torso of the Belvedere Venus in the Uffizi, to which the sculptor added a head of his own design. Exhibited as a figure of Eve in the gardens at Aranjuez in the late sixteenth century, the a

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