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Fresco inside the Cathedral, Cupola of the dome, Florence, Italy Featured Giorgio Vasari Print

Fresco inside the Cathedral, Cupola of the dome, Florence, Italy

A colourful view on the ceiling of the cupola of the dome of Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Flower or simply the Duomo of Florence, located at the Piazza del Duomo in the city centre, Florence, Toscana, Italy. Building was completed in 1436 and designed by architect Filippo Brunelleschi and Arnolfo di Cambio, the Cathedral includes elements of the Gothic and Renaissance styles. Including a view on the ceiling which is decorated with a fresco started by artist Giorgio Vasari in 1568 and finished by Federico Zuccari in 1579. Unesco World Heritage Site

A page from Vasaris 'Libro de' Disegni' (metalpoint with white heightening Featured Giorgio Vasari Print

A page from Vasaris 'Libro de' Disegni' (metalpoint with white heightening

615294 A page from Vasari's 'Libro de' Disegni' (metalpoint with white heightening, pen & ink on paper) by Lippi, Filippino (c.1457-1504); Collection of the Duke of Devonshire, Chatsworth House, UK; ( Giorgio Vasari (30 July 1511 ? 27 June 1574), Italian artist and historian.); © Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth; Reproduced by permission of Chatsworth Settlement Trustees; Italian, out of copyright

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Giorgio Vasari, Italian artist and author Featured Giorgio Vasari Print

Giorgio Vasari, Italian artist and author

Giorgio Vasari (1511-1574), Italian painter and biographer. Vasari was born at Arezzo in Tuscany. He was trained form an early age as an artist and at sixteen was sent to Florence. He was commissioned by the Medici and their friends as well as patrons in Naples. He was also excelled in architecture, being the creator of the Vasari Corridor in Florence linking the Ufizzi and Pitti palaces. He is best known today as an art historian and biographer. His 'Lives of the Most Eminent Painters, Sculptors and Architects' was published in 1550 and is seen as the first significant work of art history. This work of biography is filled with pieces of gossip, but has an excellent neutral aesthetic appreciation of the art he discusses. He was the first to use the term Renaissance in print. This woodcut comes from van Opmeer's Opus chronographicum orbis universi published at Antwerp in 1611