Tino Di Camaino, his workshop and followers

a problem of connoisseurship.
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Excellent book on Tino Di Camaino Sculptor of the 14th Century, information on his life and works, limited edition of this is number Contains pages of text with 83 plates of the sculptures at rear and 28 illustrations in the text, all pages in very bright clean condition just a couple of small ink marks on front blank endpaper.

Tino Di Camaino, (born /85, Siena, republic of Siena [Italy]—diedNaples), Sienese sculptor significant for his numerous sepulchral monuments. Tino was a follower, and possibly a pupil, of Giovanni he became capomaestro of the Cathedral of Pisa and was commissioned to make a tomb for the Holy Roman emperor Henry succeeded his father as the capomaestro of.

Tino di Camaino (c. – c. ) was an Italian sculptor. Born in Siena, the son of architect Camaino di Crescentino, he was a pupil of Giovanni Pisano, whom he helped work on the façade of the Cathedral of Tino followed his master to Pisa, where in he became responsible for the work on the JulyTino departed Pisa for Siena, where he executed the.

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Tino di Camaino, born in Siena aroundwas one of the most important fourteenth century sculptors, if not the most important.

Probably his workshop and followers book student or. Tino di Camaino: | | ||| | Tomb of Antonio d'Orso, in |Santa Maria del His workshop and followers book, |F World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias.

In the Catalogue of Italian Sculpture in the Victoria and Albert Museum,Pope-Hennessy attributed them to the workshop of Giovanni di Balduccio. Naoki Dan in "Tino di Camaino: Le colonne tortili di Pisa e di Londra" in Prospettiva xx (Januray p) attributes the columns to Tino di Camaino on the basis of similarity to other work.

Books; Universalium  Tino Di Camaino Italian sculptor. born /85, Siena, republic of Siena [Italy] diedNaples Sienese sculptor significant for his numerous sepulchral monuments.

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Tino was a follower, and possibly a pupil, of Giovanni Pisano. In he became. Find the perfect tino di camaino stock photo. Huge collection, amazing choice, + million high quality, affordable RF and RM images.

No need to register, buy now. The attribution to Tino di Camaino given in the sales catalogues of and was removed by John Pope-Hennessy in his catalogue, and the relief was given the more general authorship of “Fourteenth Century Neapolitan.” Historical significance: Further research is needed to determine the origin of the V&A relief.

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Tino di Camaino: A Sienese sculptor of the fourteenth century, [Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner. Workshop of Tino di Camaino (Italian, c. Marble; overall: x x cm (39 1/4 x 24 7/8 x 8 in.). The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of the John Huntington Art and Polytechnic Trust Tino da Camaino was active in Siena, Pisa, and Florence after where he established his reputation as an important and gifted.

(b Siena, c/5; d Naples, ).Sienese sculptor, chiefly of tombs, active in Pisa, Florence, and Naples, as well as his native city. He was the most important follower of Giovanni. At Pisa, their place is occupied by an Annunciation group from Tino di Camaino's workshop: the Virgin and Gabriel had been installed on either side of the effigy as early as The Annunciation may have formed part of the original monument, but would not initially have occupied this position, which most likely held angels drawing back.

Tino Di Camaino is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Tino Di Camaino and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world more open and connected. Tino di Camaino of Siena was a pupil of the great Giovanni Pisano and one of the greatest sculptors of the early s.

He spent most of his life working for the Opera del Duomo in Siena, and is perhaps best known for his refined sepulchres.

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Marble, height 99 cm. Tino, di Camaino, approximately Title ; Close. Social Networks and Archival Context. SNAC is a discovery service for persons, families, and organizations found within archival collections at cultural heritage institutions.

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The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Buy Tino di Camaino by di Camaino Tino, Gert Kreytenberg, Italy) Museo nazionale del Bargello (Florence online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition. Tino di Camaino (ur.zm.

) – włoski rzeźbiarz. Urodzony w Sienie, był synem architekta Camaino di pobierał u Giovanniego Pisano, któremu pomagał w pracach na fasadą katedry w Sienie.W czasach późniejszych Tino udał się wraz ze swoim mistrzem do Pizy, gdzie w stał się odpowiedzialny za prace w tamtejszej katedrze.

Tino di Camaino (b Siena, c. ; d Naples, ). Italian sculptor. He led an itinerant career, working in Siena, Pisa, Florence and Naples for some of the most powerful Guelph and Ghibelline patrons of the day.

The roots of his style lie in late 13th-century Siena, but during his long stay in Ghibelline Pisa it gradually grew nearer to that. Tino di Camaino (–) Alternative names: di Camaino Tino; Tino da Camaino: Description: Italian sculptor and architect: Date of birth/death: or / Location of birth/death: Siena: Naples: Authority control.

Tino di Camaino (c. – c. ) was an Italian sculptor. Born in Siena, the son of the architect Camaino di Crescentino, he was a pupil of Giovanni Pisano, whom he helped work on the façade of the Cathedral of Siena Siena, the son of the architect Camaino di Crescentino, he was a pupil of Giovanni Pisano, whom he helped work on the façade.

workshop of Tino di Camaino, Italian,Justice, ca. and late 19th to early 20th century, marble, Overall: 40 3/4 × 12 1/4 × 7 3/4 inches ( × × cm.

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I capolavori di Tino di Camaino, uno dei più importanti scultori italiani del Trecento. Allievo di Giovanni Pisano, realizzò molte opere tra Firenze, Siena e Napoli.

Celebre la sua rivoluzione. Tino di Camaino Label from public data source Wikidata; Tino, di Camaino, approximately ; Tino, di Camaino, ca. ; Earlier Established Forms. Tino di Camaino, (ca.) Tino, di Camaino, ca.

Editorial Notes [THIS 1XX FIELD CANNOT BE USED UNDER RDA UNTIL THIS RECORD HAS BEEN REVIEWED AND/OR UPDATED]. The upper part was completed by the architect Camaino di Crescentino, the father of an important sculptor called Tino di Camaino, between andin a more florid Gothic style, but the mosaics in the tricuspids were not completed untilfollowing designs by the Alessandro Franchi.

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