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Giovanni Pietrio Rizzoli: Giampietrino

analytical Essay
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Giovanni Pietro Rizzoli also known as Giampietrino spent the vast majority of his known career developing drawings and paintings of nude women from roman mythology under the leadership of the great Leonardo Da Vinci. Under the influential scope of Leonardo, Giampietrino replicated myriad artworks of leonardo’s displaying the importance of honoring the great artists of the late fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, especially those such as Leonardo who remain a significant figure in the discourse of the canon of art in contemporary art society. Although he developed his own techniques and manipulations to refine his own work and bring forth a change in the development of the renaissance and baroque style of art, Giampietrino closely followed the methods taught in the Lombard school of art and those of his mentor Leonardo Da Vinci. Giampietrino’s similar style of painting to Leonardo can cogently be seen in his painting Lucretia and a plethora of other paintings, which convey the influence of the Lombard school from the incorporated formal elements such as color, form, content, and subjec...

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that giovanni pietro rizzoli, also known as giampietrino, spent the vast majority of his known career developing drawings and paintings of nude women from roman mythology under the leadership of leonardo da vinci.
  • Analyzes how giampietrino's paintings depict female heroines of mythology and roman history.
  • Analyzes how the colors incorporated into the lucretia painting are bleak reds, dark browns and more dreary colors that are suggestive of italian paintings from the baroque area.
  • Analyzes how the structure of lucretia's body posture reveals artistic elements similar to leonardo’s paintings.
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