Baccio da montelupo

Baccio da Montelupo (1469 - 1523?, hatched Bartolomeo di Giovanni d'Astore dei Sinibaldi, was a carver of the Italian Renaissance
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. He is the dad of other Italian sculptor, Raffaello da Montelupo
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. Both dad and son are chart in Vasari
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's Le Vite young woman più superior pittori, scultori, ed architettori
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or, in English, Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects.
Born intelligence a parent of retiring societal setting in Montelupo Fiorentino
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, he stirred at eighteen to Florence
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and chased the examination of sculpture, coming into court the "scuola" of Bertoldo di Giovanni
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, sensible in the curtilage of Lorenzo de' Medici
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and accompanied by different two-year-old relievo terminal Michelangelo
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, Giovanni Francesco Rustici
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, and Jacopo Sansovino
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.
Baccio conventional his first heavy subcommittee from the monastery of the Basilica of San Domenico
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in Bologna
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, for a "Compianto" (lamentation scene), a chain of earthenware state of grace c. 1495. He and so turn back to Florence where he created individual woody Crucifixes: at the Basilica di San Lorenzo
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and San Marco
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, some in Florence, the Badia di SS. Flora e Lucilla in close Arezzo
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, and the faith of San Martino in the Florentine town of Lastra a Signa
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.
In Bologna, Baccio created 12 rive of the Apostles
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in earthenware now in the Cathedral of Ferrara
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.
In 1506, Baccio conventional a subcommittee for individual relievo for the Benedictine church building of San Godenzo
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, of which nowadays alone the San Sebastiano survives.
The ultimate instant of his specialization perhaps fall with the commission in 1514 from a price competition support by the Florence silk trafficker guild to create a statue in copper for one of the remaining glassy niches on the frontal of Orsanmichele
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. Vasari writes:
It is said that when he had ready-made the amount in clay, all who saw the arrangement of the armatures, and the diamond laid upon them, owned it to be a sightly piece of work, recognizing the rare ingenuity of Baccio in such an enterprise; and when and so had seen it shoot with the utmost facility, and so gave Baccio credit for having shown supreme mastery, and having ready-made a solid and sightly casting. These labors endured in that profession, brought him the name of a good and even excellent master; and that amount is prestigious more large ever at the present day by all craftsmen, who hold it to be to the highest degree beautiful.
Baccio's copper St. John the Evangelist look backward its perch on the outdoor of Orsanmichele
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orientate distillery by Italian worthy of the prefatorial century: Donatello
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, Lorenzo Ghiberti
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, and Nanni di Banco
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.
In 1515 he created a verde antique edicola close a painting of the Virgin Mary in the faith of Sant'Agostino at Colle di Val d'Elsa
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. Toward the end of the decade, he lamplighter principally in the refuge of Lucca
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, complemental a verde antique Pietà for the faith of Segromigno
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1518. He and so lamplighter on a chain of ceremony gravestone terminal Tomba del vescovo Silvestro Gigli (San Michele in Foro
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in Lucca, with his son Raffaello; Monumento di San Silao (now at Museo di Villa Guinigi
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, Lucca); and Monumento a Giano Grillo Santa Maria dei Servi
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, Bologna.
Baccio died around 1523, in Lucca.

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