“Self-portrait in a convex mirror”, the picture was painted by the artist Parmigianino at the age of twenty. Portrait size, diameter 24.5 cm, wood, oil. In 1524, at the insistence
In the portraits of Parmigianino, the crisis of the Renaissance worldview was most clearly expressed. Almost all of his models are similar in part to Pechorin, and in part to
Parmigianino’s painting “Madonna with Saint Margaret and other saints”. The size of the picture is 222 x 147 cm, wood, oil. Full name of the picture – “Madonna with St.
Parmigianino’s painting “The Vision of St. Jerome”. Painting size 343 x 149 cm, wood, oil. “The Vision of St. Jerome” is the most significant work of the Roman period of
Painting Parmigianino “Portrait of a Man”, wood, oil. In 1523 or at the beginning of 1524, Parmigianino moved to Rome. Undoubtedly, it is here that the artist acquired that high
Parmigianino’s painting “Madonna with a Rose”. The size of the picture is 109 x 88.5 cm, wood, oil. The aesthetic ideal of Parmigianino, the formation of which can be traced
Parmigianino’s painting “The Conversion of St. Paul”. The size of the painting is 177.5 x 128.5 cm, wood, oil. The image of a man in the art of mannerists not
“Anthea” Parmigianino – a masterpiece of Italian Renaissance portraiture. Little is known about the picture: the creation date is not precisely set, it is not known why, and for whom
Parmigianino’s painting “Galeazzo Sanvital, Prince Fontanelatto”. The size of the painting is 109 x 81 cm, wood, oil. Already in the early period, Parmigianino showed himself to be an outstanding
The image of mother and child is universal and is present in the symbolism of many religions. The Christian teaching put the artist before two tasks: to convey the virginal
One of the most attractive figures of the Renaissance, Parmidzhanino, is one of the most striking and original Mannerist artists. The presented picture is Parmigianino’s masterpiece in the portrait genre.
Catherine of Siena was for Italy and for the Catholic world what Jeanne d’Arc became in the next generation for France. Both girls emerged from the bowels of the popular
Parmigianino’s painting “Madonna on the Throne, Zechariah, John the Baptist, and Mary Magdalene.” The size of the picture is 73 x 60 cm, wood, oil. Early glory did not spoil
Parmigianino’s painting “Cupid planing a bow”. Painting size 135 x 65.3, wood, oil. Over the frescoes of the Parma Church of Santa Maria della Steccata, Parmigianino worked at first very