men's portraits 16th century

Portrait of Bindo Altoviti

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Artist: Raphael (1483–1520)

Object type: Painting
Date circa: 1515
Medium: oil on panel

Dimensions: 59.7 x 43.8 cm (23.5 x 17.2 in)

Current location:

National Gallery of Art

image: Public domain

Submitted by: Nikita

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User   User Rating: 400  May 12, 2019

Laconic and deep composition. A portrait in which the author has tried not only masterfully, naturally to portray the image of a man, but also to convey his character. The artist skillfully wrote the facial features, the hero's hair, but he wanted to capture to show the viewer and his soul, his inner world. This is one of those paintings in the center of which is the gaze of man. The composition as a whole is quite simple, concise, not replete with details. But in it there is a look from which the [Expand]


Ann   User Rating: 160  November 17, 2019

Bindo Altoviti is so young and gentle that it is easy to confuse him with a beautiful girl


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