DAC Collection Artist Information
Parmigianino (aka Francesco Mazzola)
Brief biography, in most instances from the Union List of Artist Names® Online:
Parmigianino was a precocious artist who lived a short life. He was a success in the shadow of Correggio in Parma, and was then successful also in the Rome of Clement VII. In Rome he executed a few large-scale works and learned printmaking. After the Sack of Rome in 1527, he returned to North Italy, where in his final decade he created some remarkable Mannerist works. His works included small panels and large-scale frescoes, sacred and profane subjects, portraits, and drawings of scenes from everyday life and of erotica.
Artist ID number in the Union List of Artist Names®: ULAN 500012615.
The ULAN link above leads to a cataloging authority record at the Getty Research Institute.
Objects related to Parmigianino (aka Francesco Mazzola):
|Andrea Andreani after Parmigianino||Circe Offering Drink to Ulysses’ Companions, ca. 1602||Chiaroscuro woodcut printed in tan and black inks from two blocks|
|Andrew Raftery after Parmigianino||Marsyas Pulling the Flute of Minerva out of the River, 2004 (printed 2005)||Chiaroscuro woodcut printed in light blue, light grey, medium blue, blue-grey, and dark grey inks from five blocks on off-white antique laid paper|
|Giuseppe Nicola Rossigliani after Parmigianino||Christ Healing the Lepers, ca. 1530-1540||Chiaroscuro woodcut printed in black, light brown, and dark brown inks from three blocks on laid paper|
|Antonio da Trento after Parmigianino||Seated Man Seen from the Back, ca. 1527-1531||Chiaroscuro woodcut printed in brown and black inks from two blocks|
|Antonio Maria Zanetti I after Parmigianino||St. John the Baptist, 1732||Chiaroscuro woodcut printed in tan, brown, and dark brown inks from three blocks|
|Antonio Maria Zanetti I after Parmigianino||The Virgin and Child with St. John and St. Joseph, 1722||Chiaroscuro woodcut printed in yellow, light brown, and dark brown inks from three blocks on laid paper|
|Antonio Maria Zanetti I after Parmigianino||A Woman Seated in a Room (Melancholy), 1726||Chiaroscuro woodcut printed in aquamarine blue and black inks from two blocks|
|Antonio da Trento after Parmigianino||Holy Family in an Oval (The Virgin and Child with the Infant St. John), ca. 1527-1531||Chiaroscuro woodcut printed in green and dark green inks from two blocks on laid paper|
|Mauro Oddi after Parmigianino||Adoration of the Shepherds, 1664||Etching|
|John Baptist Jackson after Gianantonio Faldoni after Parmigianino||Woman Standing, Holding a Jar on Her Head, 1731||Chiaroscuro wood engraving printed from two blocks in black and mustard yellow on laid paper|
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