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Bandinelli Collection

Bandinelli, a name that resonates with artistic brilliance and timeless masterpieces

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Portrait of Smeralda Bandinelli, ca 1475. Artist: Botticelli, Sandro (1445-1510)

Portrait of Smeralda Bandinelli, ca 1475. Artist: Botticelli, Sandro (1445-1510)
Portrait of Smeralda Bandinelli, ca 1475. Found in the collection of Victoria and Albert Museum

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Portrait of the sculptor Baccio Bandinelli (1493-1560), 1540s. Creator: Bronzino, Agnolo (1503-1572)

Portrait of the sculptor Baccio Bandinelli (1493-1560), 1540s. Creator: Bronzino, Agnolo (1503-1572)
Portrait of the sculptor Baccio Bandinelli (1493-1560), 1540s. Found in the collection of the Musee du Louvre, Paris

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Portrait of Michelangelo Buonarroti, ca 1522. Creator: Bandinelli, Baccio (1493-1560)

Portrait of Michelangelo Buonarroti, ca 1522. Creator: Bandinelli, Baccio (1493-1560)
Portrait of Michelangelo Buonarroti, ca 1522. Found in the collection of the Musee du Louvre, Paris

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Hercules and Cacus, 1525-1534 (marble)

Hercules and Cacus, 1525-1534 (marble)
528936 Hercules and Cacus, 1525-1534 (marble) by Bandinelli, Baccio (1488-1560); (add.info.: White marble statue at entrance to Palazzo Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria, Florence, Italy)

Background imageBandinelli Collection: A Standing Youth, and Studies of a Woman, Her Left Arm Outstretched, (pen and brown ink)

A Standing Youth, and Studies of a Woman, Her Left Arm Outstretched, (pen and brown ink)
659183 A Standing Youth, and Studies of a Woman, Her Left Arm Outstretched, (pen and brown ink) by Bandinelli, Baccio (1488-1560); 39.1x21.7 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: A Standing Youth)

Background imageBandinelli Collection: The Skeletons, a group of emaciated men and women gathered around a skeleton laid on th

The Skeletons, a group of emaciated men and women gathered around a skeleton laid on the ground and a figure of Death as a winged skeleton standing above it holding an open book, 1515-27

Background imageBandinelli Collection: The Martyrdom of Saint Lawrence, after Bandinelli, ca. 1520

The Martyrdom of Saint Lawrence, after Bandinelli, ca. 1520

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Baccio Bandinelli in his studio holding a statuette of Venus

Baccio Bandinelli in his studio holding a statuette of Venus, students sketching from a model by candlelight, 1531

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Italy, Tuscany, Florence, Statue of Giovanni Delle Bande Nere also known as Giovanni Di Bicci De

Italy, Tuscany, Florence, Statue of Giovanni Delle Bande Nere also known as Giovanni Di Bicci De Medici, Piazza San Lorenzo

Background imageBandinelli Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20099227

EyeUbiquitous_20099227
ITALY, Tuscany, Florence, The 1533 statue of Hercules and Cacus by Bandinelli seen through the legs of a stone lion outside the Loggia del Lancia or di Orcagna beside the Palazzo Vecchio in

Background imageBandinelli Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20099224

EyeUbiquitous_20099224
ITALY, Tuscany, Florence, The 1533 statue of Hercules and Cacus by Bandinelli seen through the legs of a stone lion outside the Palazzo Vecchio in the Piazza della Signoria

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Eye_Ubiquitous_20099226

Eye_Ubiquitous_20099226
ITALY, Tuscany, Florence, The 1533 statue of Hercules and Cacus by Bandinelli seen through the legs of a stone lion outside the Loggia del Lancia or di Orcagna beside the Palazzo Vecchio in

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Bandinelli, (1488-1560), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Bandinelli, (1488-1560), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Bandinelli, (1488-1560), 1830. Bartolommeo Bandinelli (1488-1560), Renaissance Italian sculptor, draughtsman and painter. From " Biographical Illustrations", by Alfred Howard

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Leda and the Swan, ca 1530. Creator: Bandinelli, Baccio (1493-1560)

Leda and the Swan, ca 1530. Creator: Bandinelli, Baccio (1493-1560)
Leda and the Swan, ca 1530. Found in the Collection of Museo del Bargello, Firenze

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Baccio Bandinelli, ca 1568

Baccio Bandinelli, ca 1568
Baccio Bandinelli. From: Giorgio Vasari, The Lives of the Most Excellent Italian Painters, Sculptors, and Architects, ca 1568. Private Collection

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Baccio Bandinelli 1488 -1560 Italian Sculptor And Painter From 75 Portraits Of Celebrated Painters

Baccio Bandinelli 1488 -1560 Italian Sculptor And Painter From 75 Portraits Of Celebrated Painters From Authentic Originals Etched By James Girtin Published London 1817

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Portrait of Baccio Bandinelli, in three-quarter length next to a window pane contai

Portrait of Baccio Bandinelli, in three-quarter length next to a window pane containing a statuette and statuette fragments

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Hercules and Cacus, 1525-1534. White marble statue at entrance to Palazzo Vecchio

Hercules and Cacus, 1525-1534. White marble statue at entrance to Palazzo Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria, Florence, Italy. Baccio Bandinelli (1493-1560) Florentine artist

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Cosimo I de Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany, 1544 (1894). Artist: Niccolo dalla Casa

Cosimo I de Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany, 1544 (1894). Artist: Niccolo dalla Casa
Cosimo I de Medici (1519-1574), Grand Duke of Tuscany, 1544 (1894). From A Collection of Engraved Portraits (Further Selection) Exhibited by the Late James Anderson Rose

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Christ with Symbols of Passions attended by seven Figures, early 16th century

Christ with Symbols of Passions attended by seven Figures, early 16th century. Artist: Baccio Bandinelli
Christ with Symbols of Passions attended by seven Figures, early 16th century. Bandinelli, Baccio (1493-1560). Found in the collection of the State A. Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Baccio or Bartolommeo Bandinelli

Baccio or Bartolommeo Bandinelli
BACCIO or BARTOLOMMEO BANDINELLI (1493 - 1560) Florentine sculptor and painter of historical subjects. Date: circa 1550

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Drawings Prints, Print, Portrait, Cosimo, de, Medici, full, armour, left, hand

Drawings Prints, Print, Portrait, Cosimo, de, Medici, full, armour, left, hand
Drawings and Prints, Print, Portrait of Cosimo de Medici in full armour, his left hand resting on a staff, Artist, After, Niccolo della Casa, Baccio Bandinelli, French, active Italy, ca

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Baccio Bandinelli studio holding statuette Venus

Baccio Bandinelli studio holding statuette Venus
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Background imageBandinelli Collection: Holy Family 1488-1560 Pen brown ink 13-1 / 16 x 8-1 / 4

Holy Family 1488-1560 Pen brown ink 13-1 / 16 x 8-1 / 4
Artokoloro

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Study Standing Young Man Raising Curtain Looking

Study Standing Young Man Raising Curtain Looking
Artokoloro

Background imageBandinelli Collection: John Skippe after Baccio Bandinelli (British, 1742 - 1812), A Naked Man, Seated

John Skippe after Baccio Bandinelli (British, 1742 - 1812), A Naked Man, Seated, with His Hands Tied, 1782, chiaroscuro woodcut in greenish brown and black on laid paper

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Baccio Bandinelli (Italian, 1488-1493 - 1560), Triumphal Procession, pen and brown

Baccio Bandinelli (Italian, 1488-1493 - 1560), Triumphal Procession, pen and brown ink on laid paper

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Study of Two Men (recto), Study of the Head of a Bearded Man (v

Study of Two Men (recto), Study of the Head of a Bearded Man (verso); Baccio Bandinelli, Italian, 1493 - 1560; Italy, Europe; about 1525; Pen and brown ink; 34 x 22.4 cm (13 3/8 x 8 13/16 in.)

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Baccio Bandinelli, Florence, 1493 - Florence 1560. La Descente de Croix. Bronze

Baccio Bandinelli, Florence, 1493 - Florence 1560. La Descente de Croix. Bronze

Background imageBandinelli Collection: ALEXANDER III (d. 1181). Pope (1159-1181). Originally, Roberto Bandinelli

ALEXANDER III (d. 1181). Pope (1159-1181). Originally, Roberto Bandinelli. Pope Alexander III treading on the neck of Holy Roman Emperor Frederick Barbarossa. Wood engraving, American, 1842

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Pope Alexander III

Pope Alexander III
POPE ALEXANDER III (Rolando Bandinelli) in conflict with Emperor Friedrich II and Henry II of England

Background imageBandinelli Collection: Baccio Bandinelli

Baccio Bandinelli
BACCIO OR BARTOLOMMEO BANDINELLI Original surname de Brandini Florentine sculptor


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Bandinelli, a name that resonates with artistic brilliance and timeless masterpieces. From the captivating Portrait of Smeralda Bandinelli by Botticelli to the awe-inspiring Hercules and Cacus sculpture in marble, Bandinelli's legacy is one of immense talent and creativity. In his pen and brown ink sketches, such as Hercules Turned to the Left, Leaning on his Club, Holding Drapery by the Ruins of a Temple or A Standing Youth with Studies of a Woman, we catch glimpses of Bandinelli's meticulous attention to detail and ability to capture human form with precision. But it is The Skeletons that truly leaves an indelible mark on our minds - a haunting depiction of emaciated men and women gathered around a skeleton laid bare. This powerful artwork serves as a reminder of mortality's grip on humanity. It also ventured into capturing historical events like the Massacre of the Innocents or The Martyrdom of Saint Lawrence. These works showcase his versatility as an artist who could convey both beauty and tragedy through his brushstrokes. Beyond paintings and drawings, Bandinelli's influence extends to sculptures too. In Baccio Bandinelli's studio portrait holding a statuette of Venus or Giovanni Delle Bande Nere statue in Piazza San Lorenzo, we witness how art comes alive in three-dimensional forms that stand tall for generations to admire, not just an artist; he was an embodiment of Italian Renaissance artistry at its finest. His work continues to inspire countless artists today, reminding us all that true genius transcends time itself.