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ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
5348  
BRAMANTINO, Adoration of the Magi f
 
 Adoration of the Magi f   c. 1498 Oil on wood, 56,8 x 55 cm National Gallery, London
63534  
BRAMANTINO, Crucifixion
 
 Crucifixion   1515 Oil on canvas, 372 x 270 cm Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan This painting may have come from the church of S. Maria di Brera. At one time it was probably an organ shutter. It was formerly attributed to Bramante. A late work, this painting reveals Bramantino's background. His roots were in the art of Ercole de' Roberti, the most energetically emotional fifteenth- century painter in northern Italy. It is from this source that Bramantino drew his highly dramatic style, which led him to freeze the tragedy of the Crucifixion within a framework of lucid abstraction. At the same time he seized the opportunity to seek out new means of formal expression. The crosses of the two thieves are arranged in terms of a centralized perspective, creating a space almost like an interior, and leading directly to the background where typical Bramantino buildings are silhouetted against an evening sky. (One of the buildings resembles the Trivulzio mausoleum, which was designed by the artist.) The marked bisymmetry of the painting, with angel and demon, sun and moon, is less structured in the choral rhythm of the foreground. The Madonna's grief is represented within the circle described by the hands of the saints, while the Magdalene lifts her arms toward the cross as if to raise it up to heaven. A strict intellectual approach dominates the colour scheme, in which subdued olive greens, golden grays and browns predominate.Artist:BRAMANTINO Title: Crucifixion Painted in 1451-1500 , Italian - - painting : religious
5349  
BRAMANTINO, Crucifixion 210
 
 Crucifixion 210   c. 1515 Oil on canvas, 372 x 270 cm Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan
63536  
BRAMANTINO, Holy Family
 
 Holy Family   1520 Poplar panel, 61 x 47 cm Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan Constructed on a series of triangular rhythms heightened by the violent tension of the drapery, which seems to absorb the figures, the composition has a rarefied atmosphere. Every gesture assumes an almost hieratic dignity, and every figure tends to take on an architectonic fixity. The figure of the Christ Child violently escapes from this formal severity. The audacious, almost explosive gesture of his arms seems to introduce the more serene and contemplative effect of the background, in which unreal, almost stage-set buildings stand out against the luminous sky. The buildings recall Bramantino's work as an architect and architectural theoretician. Of his work in this field, only the mausoleum for the Trivulzio family in Milan has survived.Artist:BRAMANTINO Title: Holy Family Painted in 1451-1500 , Italian - - painting : religious
5351  
BRAMANTINO, Holy Family inwp
 
 Holy Family inwp   c. 1520 Poplar panel, 61 x 47 cm Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan
29903  
BRAMANTINO, Madonna and Child with Eight Saints
 
 Madonna and Child with Eight Saints   mk67 Oil on panel 79 15/16x65 3/4in Pitti,Meridiana
5350  
BRAMANTINO, Madonna and Child with Two Angels fg
 
 Madonna and Child with Two Angels fg   c. 1508 Detached fresco, 241 x 135 cm Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan
83561  
BRAMANTINO, Madonna del Latte
 
 Madonna del Latte   Date ca. 1490(1490) Medium Oil and tempera on wood Dimensions Height: 46 cm (18.1 in). Width: 35 cm (13.8 in). cjr
87401  
BRAMANTINO, Madonna del Latte
 
 Madonna del Latte   . 1490(1490) Medium Oil and tempera on wood cyf
5353  
BRAMANTINO, Madonna del Latte fgdf
 
 Madonna del Latte fgdf   c. 1490 Oil and tempera on wood, 45,9 x 35,2 cm Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
5352  
BRAMANTINO, Noli me Tangere fd
 
 Noli me Tangere fd   Fresco Civico Museo d'Arte Antica, Castello Sforzesco, Milan
45531  
BRAMANTINO, Philemon and building c sharp
 
 Philemon and building c sharp   mk186 1490 Koln, Wallraf-Richartz-musuem
42984  
BRAMANTINO, The Adoration of the Kings
 
 The Adoration of the Kings   mk170 circa 1500 oil on poplar 56.8x55cm
84579  
BRAMANTINO, The Adoration of the Magi
 
 The Adoration of the Magi   Date ca. 1498(1498) Medium Oil on wood Dimensions Height: 56.8 cm (22.4 in). Width: 55 cm (21.7 in). cjr
88442  
BRAMANTINO, The Adoration of the Magi
 
 The Adoration of the Magi   1498(1498) Medium Oil on wood cyf
9806  
BRAMANTINO, Virgin and Child
 
 Virgin and Child   oil and tempera on panel, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

BRAMANTINO
Italian High Renaissance Painter, ca.1460-1530 Leonaert/Leonard Bramer alias Nestelghat (Dec 24, 1596, Delft - buried Feb 10, 1674, Delft) was a Dutch painter, best known for probably being one of the teachers of Johannes Vermeer, although there is no similarity between their work. Bramer's dark and exotic style is unlike Vermeer's style. Bramer was primarily a genre and history painter, but also made some unique frescos, not very often found north of the Alps. Leonaert Bramer is one of the most intriguing personalities in seventeenth-century Dutch art. He was a talented and diligent draughtsman, evidently Catholic and a life long bachelor.



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