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Federico Zuccari, also known as Federico Zuccaro (Italian pronunciation:, c. 1540/1541 – August 6, 1609), was an Italian Mannerist painter and architect, active both in Italy and abroad.
Federico Zuccari, also known as Federico Zuccaro (Italian pronunciation:, c. Zuccari was born at Sant'Angelo in Vado, near Urbino (Marche). His documented career as a painter began in 1550, when he moved to Rome to work under Taddeo, his elder brother.
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Federico Zuccari e Dante. Published 1993 by Electa in Milano Bibliography: p. 331-334. Catalog of the exhibition held Sept. 30, 1993 at the Casa di Dante in Abruzzo, Torre de' Passeri (PE), Italy. Published 1993 by Electa in Milano. Exhibitions, Illustrations, Criticism and interpretation, Mannerism (Art). Federico Zuccari (1542 or 3-1609), Dante Alighieri (1265-1321). Bibliography: p.
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Federico Zuccari, Allegorie des Glaubens; no. 79. Parmigianino, Auferstehung Christi ; no. 8. Federico Zuccari in Vaticano: progettazione in proprio e ispirazione "guidata", in Federico Zuccari e Dante, a cura di C. Gizzi, cat. mostra Torre dei Passeri 1993. 80. Ugo da Carpi, Diogenes ; no.
Manuscript book Description. Original interpretation of Dante's Divina Commedia by Francesco Zuccari
Manuscript book Description. The Dante Historiato is considered to be one of the most significant and most interesting collections of illustrations of Dante's depiction of the afterlife. Original interpretation of Dante's Divina Commedia by Francesco Zuccari. The collection contains the drawings of Dante's Divina Commedia as imagined by Francesco Zuccari. At the time of Federico Zuccari's death in 1609, his collection of drawings fell into the possession of the Orsini family, for which the artist had previously worked in occasion of Paolo Giordano Orsini and Isabella de' Medici.
Federico Zuccaro, Italian painter and art theorist who became the central figure of the Roman Mannerist school and .
Federico Zuccaro, Italian painter and art theorist who became the central figure of the Roman Mannerist school and, after the death of Titian, possibly the best known painter in Europe. Between 1555 and 1563 Zuccaro was the helper and pupil of his older brother, the painter Taddeo Zuccaro. Zuccari-a painter, designer, and theorist-is the most representative figure of this late phase, and his travels (to Rome, Venice, Spain, England, France, and Antwerp) underline the internationalis. annerism. Federico Zuccari, Pellegrino Tibaldi, and most notably Bronzino, who was the pupil of Pontormo and who became the most important Mannerist painter in Florence at this time.