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Pinturicchio

The Canonization of Catherine of Siena by Pope Pius II

Detail: On the left presumed portraits of Raphael and Pinturicchio

Piccolomini Library, Duomo di Siena

Pietro Perugino, Self-Portrait

1496-1500 · Collegio del Cambio, Perugia

PETRUS PERUSINUS EGREGIUS / PICTOR / PERDITA SI FUERAT PINGENDI / HIC RETTULIT ARTEM / SI NUSQUAM INVENTA EST / HACTENUS IPSE DEDIT

“Pietro Perugino, the distinguished painter, has restored the art of painting. If it had not yet been invented anywhere, he himself has invented it.” (Latin epigram by Francesco Maturanzio)

Bernardino di Betto, called Pinturicchio

Self-Portrait in the Baglioni Chapel (Spello, Italy)

+ BERNARDINVS PICTORICIVS PERVSINVS +

Lorenzo Lotto

Young Man with an Oil Lamp (ca. 1506)

Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

Lorenzo Lotto

Self-Portrait

Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid

Friedrich Overbeck

Self-Portrait (1844)

Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence

Friedrich Overbeck

Self-Portrait (1843-44)

Johann Friedrich Overbeck

Self-Portrait (ca. 1830)

Christian Friedrich Tieck

Portrait of the author Wilhelm Heinrich Wackenroder

Marble Tondo, 1796

Wackenroder was a writer and critic. He was the originator, with his friend Ludwig Tieck, of some of the most important ideas of German Romanticism. He died of typhoid at the age of 24 in 1798.

Wilhelm Wackenroder

Herzensergiessungen eines kunstliebenden Klosterbruders

[Outpourings of an Art-Loving Monk]

Wilhelm Heinrich Wackenroder (1773–1798) was a German writer. With his friend Ludwig Tieck, he was a co-founder of German Romanticism. Wackenroder wrote anecdotal accounts of the lives of Albrecht Dürer, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Raphael. He also wrote a “biography” of Joseph Berglinger, an imaginary musician and a spokesman for Wackenroder’s views on art. In these stories he developed an enthusiastic emotional aesthetic, according to which the perfect work of art is created by a divine miracle and is a moral, aesthetic, and religious unity to be grasped only by the heart, not by the intellect. In 1797, on Tieck’s advice, these writings were published under a title chosen by the publishers, Herzensergiessungen eines kunstliebenden Klosterbruders (“Outpourings of an Art-Loving Monk”). Wackenroder elevated Albrecht Dürer to a position of significance in art history, strongly influenced the Nazarenes and the Pre-Raphaelite School of painting, and had a deep impact on such other Romantic authors. Outpourings is a tribute to Renaissance and medieval literature and art, attributing to them a sense of emotion Wackenroder and Tieck felt was missing in German Enlightenment thought.

Marcantonio Raimondi

Raphael in His Studio

Bibliothèque nationale de France

Wenzel Hollar

Portrait of Raphael (1651)

Metropolitan Museum, New York

Floretine School · Attributted to Ridolfo Ghirlandaio

Portrait of Giovanni Gaddi (ca. 1505-1508)

Giovanni Gaddi was a central personality in the artistic and literary circles of the Florentines in Rome in the first half of the sixteenth century. Gaddi was close to Sebastiano del Piombo and Michelangelo, and in 1532 even offered his “bed” to the sculptor.

After Sebastiano del Piombo · Carl Eggers

Portrait of a Youth (The Violin Player)

The original painting (1518) has been attributed to Raphael (or a member of his workshop) for a long time, but also to Sebastiano del Piombo. The youth portrayed is said to be Andrea Marone, a famous musician, poet, and improviser from Brescia in the time of Pope Leo X.

Giuliano Bugiardini

Portrait of a Young Gentleman

Long thought to be a self-portrait by Raphael

(Read more about the polemical attribution: Christie’s)