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Lorenzo Bartolini (1777-1850)1

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Lorenzo Bartolini (1777 – 1850) was an Italian sculptor who infused his neoclassicism with a strain of sentimental piety and naturalistic detail which led him furthermore Romanticism, while he drew inspiration from the sculpture of the Florentine Renaissance rather than the overpowering influence of Antonio Canova that circumscribed his Florentine contemporaries.

Lorenzo Bartolini (1777-1850)1

  1. 1. "Portrait of Napoleone Elisa Baciocchi" Size: 113 x 39 cm Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
  2. 2. "Portrait of Napoleone Elisa Baciocchi" Size: 113 x 39 cm Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, USA This is a sculpture of Napoleon's niece. The wall- label for this piece remarked that although it may be strange for a contemporary audience to see depictions of nude children, this was common throughout European art history.
  3. 3. Napoléone-Elisa Baciocchi et son chien Rennes, Musée des Beaux Arts
  4. 4. Élisa Napoléone Baciocchi Ajaccio, Palais Fesch - Musée des Beaux-Arts
  5. 5. Ritratto di Elisa Bonaparte da bambina, gesso Galleria dell'Accademia
  6. 6. Amore-Cupido 114 x 48 x 60 cm Lisabona Museu Nacional do Traje
  7. 7. L'Ammostatore (Vendemmiatore; Bacco fanciullo c. 1820; Pigiatore d'uva) Hermitage, St. Petersburg
  8. 8. Vaso teracotta
  9. 9. La carità educatrice (Charity the Teacher) Galleria Palatina (Palazzo Pitti), Florence
  10. 10. La carità educatrice (Charity the Teacher) Galleria Palatina (Palazzo Pitti), Florence
  11. 11. La carità educatrice (Charity the Teacher) Galleria Palatina (Palazzo Pitti), Florence
  12. 12. La carità educatrice (Charity the Teacher) Galleria Palatina (Palazzo Pitti), Florence
  13. 13. Anne Eynard Lullin de Châteauvieux, 1823-26, marmo, Genève, collection des Musées d'art et d'histoire de la ville de Genève MD Narishkina Hermitage
  14. 14. Elisa and her Daughter Napoléonne 1813 Marble, height 180 cm Musée du Louvre, Paris His great patron was Napoleon, and it was Napoleon’s sister, Elisa, who recommended him for the post of director at the academy of sculpture in Carrara (where’s quarried the famous white marble); there he stayed until the fall of Napoleon, moving back to Florence where he survived largely thanks to commissions from foreign patrons.
  15. 15. Napoleon Bonaparte After a prototype by Antonio Canova
  16. 16. Napoleon I, c. 1800, 155 x 91 x 76 cm, Musée du Louvre
  17. 17. Napoleone e Maria Luisa D’Asburgo - Lorena Gioacchino Murat (copia della sola testa da una statua di Antonio Canova) Prato, Museo Civico
  18. 18. George Gordon Byron (Lord Byron), Firenze, Galleria d'Arte Moderna George Gordon Byron (Lord Byron), The National Portrait Gallery, London
  19. 19. Bust of Frederick William Hervey, Marquess of Bristol, Felbrigg Church, Norfolk, England Carlo Ludovico di Borbone-Parma, Firenze, Galleria d'Arte Moderna
  20. 20. Cassandra Luci, principessa Poniatowski Prato, Museo Civico Jeanne-Françoise Julie Adélaïde Bernard Récamier (Madame Récamier) Firenze, Collezione privata
  21. 21. Franz Liszt, (plaster) Royal Geographical Society, London, UK Franz Liszt, Weimar Liszthause
  22. 22. Elisa Napoleona Baciocchi contessa di Camerata Rijkmuseum Amsterdam
  23. 23. The Sculptor's Wife Anna Maria Virginia Buoni Bartolini
  24. 24. Bust of Rosa Trivulzio Poldi Pezzoli 1828 Marble, height 70 cm Museo Poldi Pezzoli, Milan
  25. 25. Rosalia Ventimiglia,1819, Madrid, Collección Duques de Alba Luisa Sauli marchesa Pallavicini Genova, Collezione privata
  26. 26. Elisa Bonaparte Baciocchi, 1810 ca., marmo, Collezione Banca Popolare di Vicenza - Galleria di Palazzo degli Alberti, Prato Maria Leopoldina Metternich Castello Metternich
  27. 27. Sofia Apraxina, principessa Scerbatova, 1820-25, gesso, Firenze, Galleria dell'Accademia Ritratto femminile SanPetresburg Museo Russo
  28. 28. Ritratto di donna, c. 1820, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
  29. 29. Frances Elisabeth (Fanny) Appleton Longfellow, 1836, marmo, U.S. National Park Service, Longfellow National Historic Site María Elena de Palafox y Silva Madrid, Palacio de Liria
  30. 30. Sof’ja Apraxina principessa Ščerbatova Firenze, Galleria dell'Accademia
  31. 31. Matilde Bonaparte Demidov (Mathilde Laetitia Wilhelmine Bonaparte Demidov) Firenze, Galleria dell'Accademia Teresa Gamba Guiccioli Prato, Museo Civico
  32. 32. Statue of Marie Louise of Bourbon Lucca Piazza Napoleone
  33. 33. Teti che implora Giove
  34. 34. Giulia Bartolini
  35. 35. Teresina Balbi Senarega come angelo orante (Prie Dieu)
  36. 36. Tomb of Princess Sophia Zamoyska 1837-1844 Marble, width 187 cm Salviati Chapel, Santa Croce, Florence
  37. 37. Monumento a Vittorio Fossombroni, 1846 -50, gesso Galleria dell’Accademia, Firenze
  38. 38. The Monument to Nicola Demidoff in "Piazza Demidoff" square in Florence, Italy, was sculpted by Lorenzo Bartolini in 1830/50, and achieved because of his death by his pupil Pasquale Romanelli. It was inaugurated in 1870.
  39. 39. Modello del monumento a Nikolaj Nikitich Demidov Firenze, Galleria d'Arte Moderna
  40. 40. The monument was originally to have been placed in the family villa at San Donato, but Demidoff's son Paolo later bequeathed it to the City of Florence, which decided to place it in the square in which it now stands. The gardens laid out around the monument were interspersed with lime trees. La Misericordia
  41. 41. Because of the delicate nature of the marble from which the were made, the statues soon began to deteriorate, and Giuseppe Martelli was commissioned to design the elegant iron and glass construction which still protects the monument.
  42. 42. NiccolòMachiavelli Firenze,Galleriadell'Accademia Sculpture of Machiavelli, eastern facade of the Uffizi, Florence
  43. 43. Niccolò Machiavelli Bronze statue displayed in the Uffizi courtyards
  44. 44. Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, Portrait of Bartolini, 1806, Musée Ingres, Montauban Lorenzo Bartolini (7 January 1777 – 20 January 1850) was an Italian sculptor who infused his neoclassicism with a strain of sentimental piety and naturalistic detail which led him furthermore Romanticism, while he drew inspiration from the sculpture of the Florentine Renaissance rather than the overpowering influence of Antonio Canova that circumscribed his Florentine contemporaries. Bartolini was born in Vernio, near Prato, Tuscany. After studying at the Florentine Academy, honing his skills and reputation as a modeller in alabaster, he went in 1797 to Paris, where he studied painting under Frédéric Desmarais, and afterwards sculpture under François-Frédéric Lemot. The bas-relief Cleobis and Biton, with which he gained the second prize of the Academy in 1803, at once established his fame as a sculptor and gained for him a number of influential patrons. His bas-relief of the Battle of Austerlitz was among those executed for the column erected in Place Vendôme. He also executed many minor pieces for Vivant-Denon, besides portrait busts of the opera composers Méhul and Cherubini. His great patron, however, was Napoleon, for whom he executed a colossal bust, and who sent him, on the recommendations of his sister Elisa Baciocchi, to Accademia Carrara in Bergamo in 1807, to teach sculpture, in spite of local opposition. Here he remained as the quasi-official portrait sculptor to the Buonapartes till after the fall of Napoleon. He then took up his residence in Florence, where he resided till his death.
  45. 45. The collection of original plaster casts of the sculptor
  46. 46. Sound: Tchaikovsky - Souvenir de Florence Mov.I.Allegro con spirito, II.Adagio cantabile e con moto Text and pictures: Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela 2013

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