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Dosso Dossi,Court Painter in Renaissance Ferrara.Portrait and religious painting

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Dosso Dossi, real name Giovanni di Niccolò de Luteri, was an Italian Renaissance painter who belonged to the School of Ferrara, painting in a style mainly influenced by Venetian painting, in particular Giorgione and early Titian.

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Dosso Dossi,Court Painter in Renaissance Ferrara.Portrait and religious painting

  1. 1. Imagination, sensual delight, a sharp wit … these qualities were enormously prized in sixteenth-century Ferrara, where one of the most cultured and powerful courts of the High Renaissance held sway. Dosso Dossi was the idiosyncratic, brilliant painter most responsible for turning those values into a glorious artistic reality.
  2. 2. Dosso Dossi: Court Painter in Renaissance Ferrara Portrait and religious painting
  3. 3. DOSSI, Dosso, DOSSI Battista Portrait Lucrezia Borgia, Duchess of Ferrara Portrait de Lucrèce Borgia, duchesse de Ferrare 1518 National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
  4. 4. DOSSI, Dosso Portrait of a Man, former title Cesare Borgia Portrait d'homme, dit autrefois Portrait de Cesare Borgia 1518-1520 Musée du Louvre, Paris
  5. 5. DOSSI, Dosso Portrait of a Gentleman Portrait d'un gentilhomme 1520 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia
  6. 6. DOSSI, Dosso Portrait of a Man Wearing a Black Beret Portrait d'un homme portant un béret noir 1530 Nationalmuseum, Stockholm
  7. 7. DOSSI, Dosso Portrait of a Warrior Portrait d'un Guerrier 1530 Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence
  8. 8. DOSSI, Dosso A Condottiere 1520 Harvard University Art Museums, Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge
  9. 9. DOSSI, Dosso Portrait of Ercole I d'Este, duke of Ferrara Portrait de Hercule Ier d'Este, Duc de Ferrare 1524-1528 Galleria Estense, Modena
  10. 10. DOSSI, Dosso attributed to Ascension of Christ L’Ascension du Christ - Pinacoteca Nazionale di Ferrara, Ferrara
  11. 11. DOSSI, Dosso Saint George 1513 Getty Center J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
  12. 12. DOSSI, Dosso St. Jerome Saint Jérôme 1620 Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
  13. 13. DOSSI, Dosso Sacra Conversazione Holy Conversation Conversation sacrée 1510 Museo di Capodimonte, Farnese Collection, Naples
  14. 14. DOSSI, Dosso Lamentation over the Body of Christ Lamentation sur le Christ mort 1517 National Gallery, London
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  16. 16. Dosso Dossi, real name Giovanni di Niccolò de Luteri, was an Italian Renaissance painter who belonged to the School of Ferrara, painting in a style mainly influenced by Venetian painting, in particular Giorgione and early Titian. Dosso and his less talented younger brother Battista were the leading painters at the court of Ferrara under Alfonso I d'Este and Ercole II d'Este. Dosso's virtuosic painting performance was a kind of magical invention. The play of his imagination is evident not only in the many pictures representing mythological or literary subjects but also in his religious paintings, which are lyrical and original, filled with spectacular visual effects. When Ferrara's fortunes changed, at the end of the sixteenth century, most of Dosso's paintings were taken to Rome and ultimately dispersed.

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