Lorenzo Lippi (Florence, 6 mai 1606 - Florence, 15 avril 1665) est un peintre baroque de l'école florentine et un poète italien du XVIIe siècle.

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  • Lorenzo Lippi (Florence, 6 mai 1606 - Florence, 15 avril 1665) est un peintre baroque de l'école florentine et un poète italien du XVIIe siècle.
  • Para Lorenzo Lippi, el poeta italiano del siglo XV, véase Lorenzo Lippi (poeta)Lorenzo Lippi (Florencia, 3 de mayo de 1606 - 15 de abril de 1664), fue un pintor y poeta florentino, activo durante el Barroco.
  • Lorenzo Lippi (* 3. Mai 1606 in Florenz; † 15. April 1665 ebenda) war ein italienischer Maler und auch Dichter der Barockzeit.Er gehörte zu den Schülern des Malers Matteo Rosseli, wurde aber auch sehr stark von Santi di Tito beeinflusst, an dessen Stil der natürlichen Figurendarstellung er sich sehr stark orientierte. Mit 40 Jahren ehelichte er Elisabetta, die Tochter des wohlhabenden Skulpteurs Gianfrancesco Susini. Außer einem Aufenthalt als Hofmaler in Innsbruck (1647-1649), wohin er von Claudia de Medici gerufen worden war, verbrachte er sein Leben in Florenz. In seiner Innsbrucker Zeit verfasste er eine Parodie Il Malmantile racquistato unter dem Pseudonym Perlone Zipoli. Die Nachwelt schätzte besonders sein kleines dichterisches Œuvre.
  • Lorenzo Lippi (Firenze, 6 maggio 1606 – Firenze, 15 aprile 1665) è stato un pittore, poeta e scrittore italiano.
  • Lorenzo Lippi (Florença, 6 de maio de 1606 — Florença, 15 de abril de 1664), foi um pintor e poeta italiano durante o barroco.
  • Lorenzo Lippi (1606, Florence - 1664, Florence) adalah pelukis dan penyair Italia. Ia belajar melukis dibawah Matteo Rosselli. Baik Baldassare Franceschini dan Francesco Furini juga berlatih dengan Rosselli. Setelah melukis untuk beberapa waktu di Florence, Lippi menjadi pelukis istana di Innsbruck, di mana ia melukis banyak potret yang indah.
  • Lorenzo Lippi (3 May 1606 – 15 April 1665) was an Italian painter and poet.Born in Florence, he studied painting under Matteo Rosselli. Both Baldassare Franceschini and Francesco Furini were also apprenticed with Rosselli. the influence of whose style, and more especially of that of Santi di Tito, is to be traced in Lippi's works, which are marked by taste, delicacy and a strong turn for portrait-like naturalism. His maxim was to poetize as he spoke, and to paint as he saw. His biography was recounted by Filippo Baldinucci.After painting for some time in Florence, and having married at the age of forty the daughter of the rich sculptor named Giovanni Francesco Susini, Lippi went as court painter to Innsbruck, where he has left many excellent portraits.In Innsbruck, he wrote his humorous poem named Malmantile Racquistato, which was published under the anagrammatic pseudonym of Perlone Zipoli. The Malmantile Racquistato is a mock-heroic romance, mostly compounded out of a variety of popular tales; its principal subject matter is an expedition for the recovery of a fortress and territory whose queen had been expelled by a female usurper. It is full of graceful or racy Florentine idioms, and is counted by Italians as a testo di lingua. Lippi is remembered more for this poem than by his paintings. It was published posthumously in 1688.Lippi was somewhat self-sufficient and arrogant, and, when visiting Parma, would not look at the famous paintings by Corregio there, saying that they could teach him nothing. He died of pleurisy in 1664, in Florence. The most esteemed works of Lippi as a painter are a Crucifixion in the Uffizi gallery at Florence, and a Triumph of David which he executed for the salon of Angiolo Galli, introducing into it portraits of the seventeen children of the owner. Among his pupils is Bartolomeo Bimbi.He should not be confused with the Quattrocento-Renaissance, father-son pair of Florentine painters Filippo and Filippino Lippi.
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  • Lorenzo Lippi (Florence, 6 mai 1606 - Florence, 15 avril 1665) est un peintre baroque de l'école florentine et un poète italien du XVIIe siècle.
  • Para Lorenzo Lippi, el poeta italiano del siglo XV, véase Lorenzo Lippi (poeta)Lorenzo Lippi (Florencia, 3 de mayo de 1606 - 15 de abril de 1664), fue un pintor y poeta florentino, activo durante el Barroco.
  • Lorenzo Lippi (Firenze, 6 maggio 1606 – Firenze, 15 aprile 1665) è stato un pittore, poeta e scrittore italiano.
  • Lorenzo Lippi (Florença, 6 de maio de 1606 — Florença, 15 de abril de 1664), foi um pintor e poeta italiano durante o barroco.
  • Lorenzo Lippi (1606, Florence - 1664, Florence) adalah pelukis dan penyair Italia. Ia belajar melukis dibawah Matteo Rosselli. Baik Baldassare Franceschini dan Francesco Furini juga berlatih dengan Rosselli. Setelah melukis untuk beberapa waktu di Florence, Lippi menjadi pelukis istana di Innsbruck, di mana ia melukis banyak potret yang indah.
  • Lorenzo Lippi (* 3. Mai 1606 in Florenz; † 15. April 1665 ebenda) war ein italienischer Maler und auch Dichter der Barockzeit.Er gehörte zu den Schülern des Malers Matteo Rosseli, wurde aber auch sehr stark von Santi di Tito beeinflusst, an dessen Stil der natürlichen Figurendarstellung er sich sehr stark orientierte. Mit 40 Jahren ehelichte er Elisabetta, die Tochter des wohlhabenden Skulpteurs Gianfrancesco Susini.
  • Lorenzo Lippi (3 May 1606 – 15 April 1665) was an Italian painter and poet.Born in Florence, he studied painting under Matteo Rosselli. Both Baldassare Franceschini and Francesco Furini were also apprenticed with Rosselli. the influence of whose style, and more especially of that of Santi di Tito, is to be traced in Lippi's works, which are marked by taste, delicacy and a strong turn for portrait-like naturalism. His maxim was to poetize as he spoke, and to paint as he saw.
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