ROMANO, Giulio


ROMANO, Giulio
(c. 1499-1546)
   See MANNERISM.

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  • Romano Giulio — Tanz Apollons mit den Musen (Fresko) Giulio Romano (* 1499 in Rom; † 1. November 1546 in Mantua; auch Giulio Pippi; eigentlich Giulio di Pietro Gianuzzi) war ein italienischer Maler, Architekt und Baumeister des Manierismus. Seine durch die… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Romano, Giulio — (Giulio Pippi; c. 1499 1546)    Italian Mannerist painter, architect, and engineer, the chief pupil of Raphael whom he assisted in the frescoes of the Villa Farnesina (1513 1518) and at the Vatican Palace. In c. 1524, Giulio went to Mantua to… …   Dictionary of Renaissance art

  • Romano, Giulio — (1499 Rome 11/1/ 1546 Mantua) (Italy); aka Pippi, Giulio/ Pietro de Gianuzzi, Giulio di    Painter and architect. Pupil of Raphael. Generally credited with producing 16 paintings inspired by the erotic poetry of Aretino, an explicit series… …   Dictionary of erotic artists: painters, sculptors, printmakers, graphic designers and illustrators

  • Romano, Giulio — soprannome di Caccini, Giulio …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • Giulio Romano — Giulio Romano, grabado a partir de un autorretrato …   Wikipedia Español

  • Giulio Romano — • A famous architect and painter, the best known of Raphael s pupils, and the unique representative of the so called Roman School ; b. at Rome in 1492; d. at Mantua in 1546 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Giulio Romano      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Romano [3] — Romāno, Giulio, ital. Maler, s. Giulio Romano …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Romano [4] — Romāno, Giulio, ital. Sänger, s. Caccini, Giosue …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Giulio — (as used in expressions) Caccini Giulio Giulio Romano Giulio de Medici Douhet Giulio Giulio di Pietro di Filippo de Gianuzzi Giulio Pomponio Leto Giulio Raimondo Mazarini * * * …   Universalium

  • Giulio — (as used in expressions) Caccini, Giulio Giulio Romano Giulio de Medici Douhet, Giulio Giulio di Pietro di Filippo de Gianuzzi Giulio Pomponio Leto Giulio Raimondo Mazarini …   Enciclopedia Universal