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Sandro Botticelli (Florence, 1445-1510)

Sandro Botticelli (Italian Alessandro di Mariano di Vanni Filipepi, March 1, 1445 - May 17, 1510) is a great Italian painter, a representative of the Florentine school of painting.

Sandro Botticelli
Portret Simonetty Vespucci

Sandro Botticelli.

"Portrait of a young man with the medal of Cosimo de 'Medici."
1470-1477. Uffizi, Florence

"Botticelli was deeply unhappy and happy at the same time. He was, as they say, not of this world. Dreamily timid, alogic in actions and fantastic in judgments. He believed in enlightenment and did not care about wealth. I did not build my house, I did not build a family. But he was very happy that he was able to capture the manifestations of Beauty in his paintings. He turned life into art, and art became for him a genuine life. "

Portrait of Simonetta Vespucci

"Portraits of women are rarely found in Sandro Botticelli, but he sang and glorified Simonetta Vespucci - a woman famous for her beauty and love. She was the lover of another man - Giuliano de 'Medici. She is Beauty herself, the queen of almighty art. And because of such a painful passion, Botticelli warms his hands in someone else's fire. And that is why Simonetta Vespucci speaks about something that has never been said about any woman "(V. Lipatov)

Portrait of a young man in a red hat
About 1477

Sandro Botticelli.
Portrait of a young woman. ok.1480.
Stedel Institute of Art and the City Gallery. Frankfurt am Main. Germany

Portrait of a Young Man

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Botticelli, 1 March 1445 - 17 May 1510)
Portrait of a young man

Sandro Botticelli
Portrait of Giuliano di Medici

Botticelli, Sandro

Sandro Botticelli. (1445-1510).
Portrait of a man.
Louvre, Paris, France.


Sandro Botticelli
"The Birth of Venus" 1485, fragment

Sandro Botticelli 1445-1510


Sandro Botticelli

"Return of Judith"

The Virgin and Child with Two Angels and the Young St John the Baptist,
Madonna and baby with two angels and young John the Baptist

Mary with the Child and Singing Angels. 1477

Judith 1497-1500, Amsterdam

Portrait of a young woman,

1475, Florence, Palazzo Pitti gallery of Pallatino

Madonna with Child and Angel, 1465-1467.


Spanish artist Vicente Romero Redondo (Vicente Romero Redondo)

Spanish artist Vicente Romero Redondo (Vicente Romero Redondo)

Vicente Romero Redondo was born in 1956 in Madrid. From an early childhood I dreamed of zanim Mario Ballocco art for sale

art. After school he began to study at the San Fernando School of Art, the most prestigious art school in Spain. (Salvador Dali studied there from 1922 to 1926). During the first years of his studies he devoted all his time to sculpture, until he realized that only in painting he can express all his feelings. School of Arts "San Fernando" graduated with honors in 1982.

In the late eighties Romero and his wife settled on the Costa Brava (it was in these places was born Dali) and with the move a new stage in his creative life began. The beauty of the Mediterranean, the beautiful landscape, the house with the patio where he lived, the beauty of the models - were the ideal conditions for writing his paintings.


John Everett Mille (1829-1896)

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John Everett Mille (1829-1896) ... On the Island of Childhood are only kind fairy tales ... (part-3)

The whole painting of the artist John Everett Millet here

Far far away, beyond the mountains of dreams,
Under the sun of hope there is an island wonderful.
That island of children, this island of desires,
On the map you are unlikely to find such.
On the Island of Childhood are only kind fairy tales.
Hope and faith, and no offense.
On the island of Childhood there will be no bad weather,
There will be no tears, sad faces.
On the island, good witches laugh,
And the evil ones become at once more kind.
As soon as the children in their eyes laugh,
Every villain is good.
I do not want to part with an island,
We will never return here.
What a pity that you can not stay forever here,
But remember we will be that sharp Tano Festa paintings

s always!
(Author: Dark Sasha)