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Carpi, Emilia-Romagna, Italy in Europe

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Carpi, Italy - Castello dei Pio - The North-East side Featured Carpi Print

Carpi, Italy - Castello dei Pio - The North-East side

The North-East side of the Palazzo dei Pio di Carpi, commonly called Castello dei Pio, is a group of buildings of different periods that extends over Piazza Martiri and Piazza Astolfo - the medieval heart of the city of Carpi, Italy. Date: 1902

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

1900s, 1902, Apr18, Astolfo, Buildings, Carpi, Castello, City, Dei, Di, Extending, Extends, Group, Heart, Martiri, Medieval, North East, Palazzo, Piazza, Pio, Side

Diogenes, c. 1524-1527. Creator: Ugo da Carpi (Italian, c. 1479-c. 1532) Featured Carpi Print

Diogenes, c. 1524-1527. Creator: Ugo da Carpi (Italian, c. 1479-c. 1532)

Diogenes, c. 1524-1527. Diogenes was a Greek philosopher who lived during the 300s BC. The bird in the background alludes to his cynical response to Plato, who had described man as a featherless biped. Diogenes plucked a rooster and brought it to Plato's school, exclaiming, "Here is Plato's man!" Ugo da Carpi was influential in the development of the chiaroscuro woodcut in Italy. The term chiaroscuro combines the Italian words chiaro (light) and scuro (dark). Invented to emulate drawings with light and dark pigments on tinted paper, the printing technique uses multiple woodblocks to layer different tones of colour. This example, considered a masterpiece of Renaissance printmaking, uses four shades of green; the paper provides the lightest colour in the composition

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Diogenes, after 1527. Artist: Ugo da Carpi Featured Carpi Print

Diogenes, after 1527. Artist: Ugo da Carpi

Diogenes, after 1527. Diogenes (c400-323 BC) was an Ancient Greek philosopher who was one of the founders of the philosophy of Cynicism. Ugo da Carpi was the first Italian artist to utilise the chiaroscuro technique of woodcut printmaking. Found in the collection of the State Hermitage, St Petersburg

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