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Margaret of Parma (1522-1586). Governor of the Netherlands f Featured Piacenza Print

Margaret of Parma (1522-1586). Governor of the Netherlands f

Margaret of Parma (1522-1586). Governor of the Netherlands (1559-1567) and( 1578-1582). Illegitimate daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V and Johanna Maria van der Gheynst, Duchess of Florence and Duchess of Parma and Piacenza by marriage. Engraving. Historia Universal, 1885. Colored

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16th, 1885, Age, Century, Charles, Color, Colored, Consort, Daughter, Der, Duchess, Emperor, Engraving, Europe, Florence, General, Gheynst, Governor, Habsburg, Historia, Historical, History, Holy, Illegitimate, Johanna, Margaret, Maria, Modern, Netherlands, Parma, Universal, Van

Two Putti, 1700s. Creator: Unknown Featured Piacenza Print

Two Putti, 1700s. Creator: Unknown

Two Putti, 1700s. This painting depicts two playful putti, or cherub figures. One blows his horn into the other's ears; the other covers his ears to protect them. Now obscured by discoloured varnish, the painting once had a greenish-blue background, now a mossy green. The pink flesh tones have turned bronze and the gray horn is now a brassy colour. In 1519, Correggio painted playful putti in 16 oval ceiling frescoes in the Camera di San Paolo in Parma, Italy. These frescoes were commissioned by the Abbess Gioanna da Piacenza, as the room was her private quarters in the Benedictine nunnery of San Paolo. After the abbess's death, the house was strictly closed to the public for nearly two centuries. Thus Two Putti may be modeled after sketches of the frescoes made during the Abbess's lifetime, or, after the house reopened to the public, the artist may have admired the frescoes directly and modeled these putti after Correggio's originals

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betrayal Rennenberg 1580 Full idea swears standing Featured Piacenza Print

betrayal Rennenberg 1580 Full idea swears standing

The betrayal of Rennenberg, 1580 Full of such an idea, he swears, while standing, faithfully / To God, to Rome, to Spain, and defies the afterthought, (title on object) Scenes from the life of Prince William I, 1568-1584 (series title), Rennenberg swears at night kneeling in front of an image of Christ on the cross, faithful to Spain while Farnese stands beside him, 1580. This print is part of a series of 24 prints with scenes from the life of Prince William I, 1568-1584 and is an illustration for the twenty-second singing, altarcross, crucifix, swearing an oath (with two fingers raised), print, eg: engraving, etching, lithograph, Georges de Lalaing (count of Rennenberg), Alessandro Farnese (governor of the Netherlands and duke of Parma and Piacenza), Theodoor Koning (mentioned on object), Amsterdam, 1787, paper, engraving, h 271 mm ? w 202 mm

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