An oil-on-panel Battle of Pavia, painted by an anonymous Flemish artist, depicts the military engagement between the armies of Charles V and Francis I. Because of its detail, the painting is considered an accurate visual record, probably based on eyewitness accounts.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Pavia
An oil-on-panel Battle of Pavia, painted by an anonymous Flemish artist, depicts the military engagement between the armies of Charles V and Francis I. Because of its detail, the painting is considered an accurate visual record, probably based on eyewitness accounts.
- 24 February 1525
- Decisive Habsburg victory., Capture of Francis I of France, Treaty of Rome (1525), Francesco II Sforza restored to power in the Duchy of Milan under the protection of Emperor Charles V and Pope Clement VII, who abandons the alliance with Francis I of France, Treaty of Madrid (1526), Liberation of Francis I under the condition that France abandons its claims on the Imperial Duchy of Milan and cedes the Duchy of Burgundy to the House of Habsburg
The Battle of Pavia was a watershed moment in the history of European warfare, clearly demonstrating the power of infantrymen armed with firearms over fully-armoured horsemen. This near-contemporary painting provides a vivid representation of that battle which also destroyed French ambitions in Italy, as well as leading to the capture of King ...
This painting commemorates the 24 February 1525 military engagement between the armies of the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles V, and the King of France, Francis I. The Battle of Pavia represented one of many between 1521 and 1529 that sought to resolve the issue of control over the Lombardy region in northern Italy, a strategic communication point ...
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‘Battle of Pavia’ was created by Joachim Patinir in Northern Renaissance style. Find more prominent pieces of battle painting at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
- Joachim Patinir
- Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria
- Northern Renaissance
Jun 15, 2020 · Italian Wars: The Battle of Pavia, Feb. 24 1525, painting by Joachim Patinir The battle of Pavia in 1525 was another milestone in the development of warfare. The city of Pavia was besieged by the French who were themselves in turn opposed by a Spanish relief army.
The Battle of Pavia occurred at a crucial stage in the struggles between the French and Imperial forces in north Italy. The city of Pavia was besieged by the French army from October 1524; in February 1525, Imperial forces attacked the fortress of Mirabello, shown on the left, in order to relieve pressure on Pavia and divide the French forces.
This painting by an unknown French or Italian artist was completed about 1525 and depicts the Battle of Pavia when the imperial forces under the Viceroy of Naples and the Marquis of Pescara raised the siege mounted by the French army under Francois I, who was taken prisoner during the battle.
Dec 31, 2007 · The Pavia pamphlet is also available direct from the Ashmolean Museum's online shop with £1.50 P&P. A good little painting guide and simple overview of the campaign and battle.
Bernard van Orley (between 1487 and 1491 – 6 January 1541), also called Barend or Barent van Orley, Bernaert van Orley or Barend van Brussel, was a versatile Flemish artist and representative of Dutch and Flemish Renaissance painting, who was equally active as a designer of tapestries and, at the end of his life, stained glass.
(detail from) The battle of Pavia painted 1525-1530 oil on wood by an unknown artist. The Battle of Pavia, 24 February 1525, was the decisive engagement of the Italian War of 1521–26.