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Jacopo Carcucci da Pontormo

Frederick Mortimer Clapp

Jacopo Carcucci da Pontormo

his life and work.

by Frederick Mortimer Clapp

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Published by Junius Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pontormo, Jacopo Carucci, -- 1494-ca. 1556.

  • Edition Notes

    Facsimile reprint of 1st ed., New Haven: Yale University Press, 1916.

    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18944872M


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Jacopo Carcucci da Pontormo by Frederick Mortimer Clapp Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pontormo, specifically, seems to express this graceful notion that Mannerism is known for. Jacopo Carcucci, or Pontormo, was an Italian artist during the onset and early years of Mannerism.

His paintings depict a different perspective then previous High Renaissance artists, with figures elegantly floating in the air, a characteristic of Mannerism. Pontormo, specifically, seems to express this graceful notion that Mannerism is known for.

Jacopo Carcucci, or Pontormo, was an Italian artist during the onset and early years of Mannerism. His paintings depict a different perspective then previous High Renaissance artists, with figures elegantly floating in the air, a characteristic of Mannerism.

Jacopo Carcucci da Pontormo: his life and work. by Frederick Mortimer Clapp; 1 edition; First published in ; People: Jacopo Carucci Pontormo (ca.