Battle of Pavia, one of a tapestry suite woven at Brussels c 1528–31 after cartoons by Bernard van Orley The French defeat was decisive. Aside from Francis, a number of leading French nobles—including Montmorency and Flourance—had been captured; an even greater number—among them Bonnivet, La Tremoille, La Palice , Richard de la Pole ...
- 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
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A list of the major depictions of the battle can be drawn up on the basis of the following contributions: Timothy Wilson, The Battle of Pavia, Oxford 2003, 6-7; Ian Buchanan, "The 'Battle of Pavia' and the tapestry collection of Don Carlos: new documentation," in: Burlington Magazine 144, 1191 (June 2002), 321; John R. Hale, Artists and Warfare ...
Other articles where The Battle of Pavia is discussed: tapestry: 16th century: …detail in sets such as The Battle of Pavia, The Story of Abraham, The Story of Tobias, and The Hunts of the Emperor Maximilian I (before 1528). Among his followers in the first half of the 16th century were the Flemish painters Pieter Coecke van Aelst (1502–50), Jan Vermeyen (c.…
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Battle of Pavia, (Feb. 24, 1525), the decisive military engagement of the war in Italy between Francis I of France and the Habsburg emperor Charles V, in which the French army of 28,000 was virtually annihilated and Francis himself, commanding the French army, was left Francis a prisoner of his archenemy, Hapsburg Emperor Charles V. Francis was ...
Battle of Pavia, one of a tapestry suite woven at Brussels c 1528-31 after cartoons by Bernard van Orley The Battle of Pavia in an engraved rock crystal cameo relief commissioned by Cardinal Ippolito de' Medici , by Giovanni Bernardi , Rome, c 1531-35 (Walters Art Museum)
Flemish tapestries in Spain. Probably the last tapestry he acquired was the seven-piece set of the Battle of Pavia, which was bequeathed to him by Mary of Hungary at her death in 1558, as is expressly stated in Don Carlos's inventory: 'Cargan sele mas siete pafos de oroy seda de la toma de Pavia q. la reina Dona Maria de Ungria mando al dho.
The Battle of Pavia is another set of seven tapestries on display in the Museo di Capodimonte (Naples, Italy), while the seven small cartoons are owned by the Louvre, Paris. In these tapestries, Bernard van Orley created a detailed historical authenticity on a grand scale, with life-size figures within imagined surroundings.
Arbace, Lucia, Fasti d’Avalos: dagli Arazzi della Battaglia di Pavia alle Selle da parata, Chieti: Litografia Botolini, 2012. Buchanan, Iain, “The ‘Battle of Pavia’ and the Tapestry Collection of Don Carlos: New Documentation”, The Burlington Magazine, vol. 144, no. 1191 (2002): 345‒51.
Bernard van Orley and William Dermoyen – The Battle of Pavia (tapestry, woven between 1528 and 1531) October 25 October – Matthew Transalpine campaigns of the Old Swiss Confederacy (638 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article