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Luca & Andrea della Robbia and their successors
|Statement||by Maud Cruttwell.|
|LC Classifications||NB623.R7 C8 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 363 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||363|
Dozens of priceless Della Robbia sculptures on view at National Gallery especially the rich cerulean blue and fine-porcelain whites of the early pieces by . The story of the della Robbia studio, founded by Luca and continued by his nephew, Andrea, and Andrea’s siblings and children, is vividly and colorfully illustrated by more than exhibits in Author: Roderick Conway Morris.
Luca della Robbia synonyms, Luca della Robbia pronunciation, Luca della Robbia translation, English dictionary definition of Luca della Robbia. Luca ? Italian sculptor noted for his works in glazed terra cotta, including many images of the Nativity. n See Robbia n. Luca's nephew and pupil, Andrea Della Robbia ( ) or ( to ), is known for his narrative sculptural work, both in marble and ceramic. The Foundling Children (), ten tondos, or round sculptures of infants, on the facade of Spedale degli Innocenti, Florence, Italy.
One of the most innovative art-as-advertising firms in lateth- and earlyth-century Florence was the della Robbia workshop, a family concern that prospered for three long-lived generations. Allan Marquand, Luca della Robbia (), remains the most important and readable monograph on the artist. The earliest account of Luca della Robbia, in Giorgio Vasari, Lives of the Most Eminent Painters, Sculptors and Architects, vol. 2, translated by Gaston De Vere (), is sympathetic but should be supplemented by Charles Seymour's more.
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Luca della Robbia (/ ˌ d ɛ l ə ˈ r ɒ b i ə /, also US: /-ˈ r oʊ b-/, Italian: [ˈluːka della ˈrobbja, - ˈrɔb-]; /–) was an Italian sculptor from Robbia is noted for his colorful, tin-glazed terracotta statuary, a technique which he invented and passed on to his nephew Andrea della Robbia and great-nephews Giovanni della Robbia and Girolamo della Robbia.
Luca & Andrea della Robbia and their successors: : Cruttwell, Maud: Libros en idiomas extranjerosAuthor: Maud Cruttwell. Biography. Born in Florence, Robbia was the son of Marco della Robbia, whose brother, Luca della Robbia, popularized the use of glazed terra-cotta for became Luca's pupil, and was the most important artist of ceramic glaze of the times.
He carried on the production of the enamelled reliefs on a much larger scale than his uncle had ever done; he also extended. Luca della Robbia, in full Luca di Simone di Marco della Robbia, (born /, Florence [Italy]—died FebruFlorence), sculptor, one of the pioneers of Florentine Renaissance style, who was the founder of a family studio primarily associated with the production of works in enameled terra-cotta.
Before developing the process with which his. Della Robbia (dĕl'ə rŏb`ēə, Ital. dĕl`lä rôb`byä), Florentine family of sculptors and ceramists famous for their enameled terra-cotta or of the Della Robbia pieces are still in their original settings in Florence, Siena, and other Italian cities, but the finest collections are in Florence in the cathedral, the Bargello, and the Italian Academy, and in London in the.
Domenico di jacopo da firenzuola, portale laterale della madonna della quercia,con lunetta di andrea della robbia () 04 san 3, × 2,; MB AdellaRobbia Dorothea (1).JPG 4, × 3,; MBWork location: Florence. Della Robbia: A Closer Look In the rich artistic culture of 15th-century Florence, the sculptor Luca della Robbia (/–) won renown for his innovations in the medium of glazed terracotta.
Praised as “new, useful, and most beautiful,” this distinctive technique involved the application of colorful, reflective glazes to sculptures. Andrea della Robbia, in full Andrea di Marco di Simone della Robbia, (born Oct.
20,Florence [Italy]—died Aug. 4, ), Florentine sculptor who was the nephew of Luca della Robbia and assumed control of the family workshop after his uncle’s death in Like Luca, Andrea della Robbia was apparently trained as a marble sculptor. His best-known works are. Luca and Andrea della Robbia and their workshops are known for a particularly beautiful and delicate type of glazed terra cotta.
These works form a middle ground between painting and sculpture. They are usually distinguished by vibrant whites contrasting with a few strong colors, mainly blue and yellow.
Luca Della Robbia () In Luca was elected to the Presidency of the Florentine Guild of Sculptors, an honour he declined due to advancing age. of a dynasty of important pottery artists, including Andrea della Robbia (his nephew) and Giovanni della Robbia (son of Andrea).
• For the history and types of sculpture, see. ,Firenze Florenz Cattedrale L'Ascensione di Luca Della Robbia Relief and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Author of Luca Signorelli, Luca & Andrea della Robbia and their successors, Madame de Maintenon, A guide to the paintings in the churches and minor museums of Florence, Andrea Mantegna, Donatello, Antonio Pollaiuolo, VerrocchioWritten works: Antonio Pollaiuolo.
Marco della Robbia, perhaps the least talented of the sons, became a Dominican monk in but continued to execute sculpture. Andrea's sons Giovanni della Robbia and Luca della Robbia the Younger inherited the workshop and were responsible for adapting its production to 16th-century taste, influenced by contemporary Florentine painting.
Five of Andrea’s children joined the enterprise, carrying the family’s art into the 16th century. As their range of commissions grew, the Della Robbia increasingly explored other genres, such as portraiture, still life, landscape, and allegory, alongside canonical religious subjects.The Early Renaissance: Luca della Robbia.
della Robbia. Italian family of sculptors and potters. They were active in Florence from the early 15th century and elsewhere in Italy and France well into the 16th.
Family members were traditionally employed in the textile industry, and their name derives from rubia tinctorum, a red dye. Luca della.Luca shared the secrets of his technique with his nephew and principal collaborator Andrea della Robbia, who in turn passed them on to his sons Giovanni, Luca the Younger, Marco, Francesco, and Girolamo.
The Della Robbia family workshop flourished in Florence for about a century, producing expressive artworks for all spheres of life.