The Romagna campaign of 1494: a significant military encounter. Cecil H. Clough. The French Descent into Renaissance Italy 1494-95: Antecedents and Effects (1995). In Baldassare Castiglione’s The Book of the Courtier (the second draft transcribed 1520-21, as in the final version), it was given to Count Ludovico Canossa to stress the importance of the literature of Antiquity for the courtier ...
Maria Gonzaga was born on 29 July 1609 at Mantua, Italy (now). 1 She married Carlo II Gonzaga Duc de Nevers et Rethel, Duc de Mayenne et d'Aiguillon, Marquis de Villars, Comte du Maine, Comte de Tende et de Sommerive, son of Carlo I Gonzaga Duke of Mantua, Rethel and Nevers and Catherine (?) de Lorraine, on 25 December 1627 at Mantua, Italy ...
In 1495 Adriano was serving Elisabetta Gonzaga, Duchess of Urbino, and then her brother Gianfrancesco Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua. By 1498 he was in Germany, where he produced a bust in bell-metal of Elector FREDERICK (III) THE WISE in contemporary costume (Grünes Gewölbe, Dresden).
Adimari, Lodovico (or Ludovico): (b. 1644, Naples. d. 1708, Florence). Scholar and poet. Having served the Medici at Florence, he was forced into exile after the collapse of their power, living successively at Lucca, Bologna, and Mantua.
Titian sent a portrait of him to Gonzaga, duke of Mantua. When he was very young, the famed Italian painter Tintoretto, was brought to Titian's studio by his father. This was supposedly around 1533, when Titian was (according to the ordinary accounts) over 40 years of age.
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INTRODUCTION The Photographic Collection of the Warburg Institute was, like the Library, originally the private collection of Aby Warburg. At the time of his death in 1929 it already contained around 15,000 photographs, and in the years since then it has grown steadily, consisting at present of about 300,000 photographs divided into more than 17,000 categories.
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Ferrante Gonzaga, brother to Federico, marquis of Mantua, served the Emperor Charles V in Spain in 1524-7 and in 1530 was general of the imperial army that laid siege to Florence.
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