By E. James Mundy
This exhibition catalogue is the 1st in North the USA to regard the paintings of Taddeo and Federico Zuccaro, the Roman artists of the past due Mannerist interval. The 103 drawings within the exhibition are drawn from significant and imprecise private and non-private collections in North the USA. The advent and entries try to chart the value of the contributions of the short-lived elder brother, Taddeo, and the efforts of his more youthful brother, Federico, to disseminate the Roman variety all through Italy and the remainder of Europe. the writer assesses, as well as the connection of drawings to entire work, the myths regarding Taddeo's occupation and the often contentious relatonships of Federico with the inventive institution in Rome, Venice, Florence and in different places. essentially the most well-known artists in Italy among the loss of life of Michelangelo and the arrival of Caravaggio, the paintings of the Zuccaro brothers is little identified within the English-speaking global. The exhibition dates are: Milwaukee artwork Museum, November sixteen, 1989 - January 14, 1990 and nationwide Academy of layout, long island urban, March thirteen, 1990 - April 29, 1990.
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Luca. no. 78). Christ Bearing the Cross, Cappella Olgiatti, S. Prassede, Rome. Investiture of St. Hyacinth, Canonization of St. Hyacinth by Pope Clement S. 1604 Gesu, Rome, Vittori family (cat. no. 94). nos. 99, 100). Madonna and Child with Zuccaro S. Angelo in Vado. Emissary of family as Donors for St. S. Caterina, Charles to Cardinal Borromeo, Collegio Borromeo, Pavia, for Federico Borromeo. Hall of the Zodiac, Palazzo Marozzi, Pavia (cat. no. 104) At Arona on Lago Maggiore. Pieta with Saints Bernard and Mary and Dead Christ with Angels for a chapel on one of the Borromeo 56 Islands 1605 (cf.
Milan and to Perugia. Ceilings of the Sala de Gloria and Sala della Tivoli, for Ippolito Urbino II Fama d'Este, Cardinal of Ferrara. Villa d'Este, Henry IV before Gregory VII, Sala Regia, Vatican. Lunette of Annuciation and Six Prophets with God, Holy Spirit and Angels Above, Annunziata, Two Rome (destroyed; S. Maria cat. no. 62). auadri riportati in the Sala dei Fasti Farnesiani, Palazzo Farnese, Rome. 53 1566-68 Directs decoration of Villa Farnese, Caprarola. Paints chapel and certain frescoes in the Sala d'Ercole (cat.
1553-56 Scenes of the Passion of Christ for Mattei Chapel Consolazione, Rome (cat. nos. 10-12). 1555-56 Paid for work in the Vatican Belvedere for Julius Torre di Niccolo c. 1556 1558 V for Pius III; Maria della work for in IV between Saints Peter and Paul, Church Piazza Colonna (with Federico; lost). Pieta Paid for a drawing of the in S. Madonna of the Pazzarelli, for a small altarpiece in the Sistine Chapel. and 1558-59 Flight into Egypt 1558/59- Frescoes in the Frangipani Chapel, 1566 (cat.