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Category:Francesco Salviati.

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Francesco Salviati Riario was the archbishop of Pisa in 1474 and one of the organizers of Pazzi conspiracy.

Francesco Salviati Riario was the archbishop of Pisa in 1474 and one of the organizers of Pazzi conspiracy. A blood-member of the Riario family, and of the Salviati family (to whom Pope Sixtus IV had re-awarded the papal banking contract after taking it away from the Medici), he was also related by marriage to the Pazzi, Medici, Vettori, and other powerful families

Francesco Salviati Guide to pictures of works by Francesco Salviati in art museum .

Francesco Salviati Guide to pictures of works by Francesco Salviati in art museum sites and image archives worldwide. Also known as: Francesco Rossi Francesco del Rosso. Relationships: Studied under Andrea del Sarto. Salviati's students included Giuseppe Porta. Browse all: Italian artists. Francesco Salviati Works Online. Categorized & Annotated. Paintings in Museums and Public Art Galleries Worldwide

Francesco de' Rossi (1510–1563) was an Italian Mannerist painter who lived and worked mainly in Florence, but also produced several works in Rome. He is known by many names, prominently the adopted name Francesco Salviati or as Il Salviati, but.

Francesco de' Rossi (1510–1563) was an Italian Mannerist painter who lived and worked mainly in Florence, but also produced several works in Rome. He is known by many names, prominently the adopted name Francesco Salviati or as Il Salviati, but also Francesco Rossi and Cecchino del Salviati. Salviati was born in Florence. He apprenticed under Giuliano Bugiardini, Baccio Bandinelli, Raffaele Brescianino, and finally Andrea del Sarto in 1529–30.

Salviati was also one of the Pazzi conspirators. Francesco was filled with rage and hatred when Lorenzo de' Medici stood in his way and swore his revenge against the Medici family.

Francesco Salviati, painter and designer, one of the leading Mannerist fresco painters of the Florentine-Roman school. Salviati studied and worked with Andrea del Sarto and in about 1531 was called by Cardinal Giovanni Salviati (from whom he took his surname) to work in Rome. Salviati, Francesco: Alexander the Great Kneeling Before the High Priest of Ammon Alexander the Great Kneeling Before the High Priest of Ammon, engraving by Francesco Salviati, 1530–36; in the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, (Mary Stansbury Ruiz Bequest; . 8.

Recent papers in Francesco Salviati . Francesco Salviati et Francisco de Holanda entre Rome et Venise (1538-1540) , in Francesco Salviati et la Bella Maniera. Rome & Paris 1998, Rome, 2001, pp. 312-353. The essay aims to discuss and compare two notable portraits from the Mannerist period of Italian Renaissance, namely Titian’s Man with a Glove (c. 1520) and Francesco Salviati’s Portrait of a Florentine Nobleman (c. 1546).

Francesco de’ Rossi, Cecco di Salviati, Francesco Salviati, (Francesco de’Rossi), Francesco Salviati, (Cecchino) . Camillus Attacking Brennus, c. 1550 Francesco Salviati

Francesco de’ Rossi, Cecco di Salviati, Francesco Salviati, (Francesco de’Rossi), Francesco Salviati, (Cecchino), Salviati Cecchino, Francesco Dei Rossi. 1550 Francesco Salviati. Part of The Truimph and Exploits of Furius Camillus, . Young Warrior, Seen from Behind, Lifting a Curtain, 1550/55 Francesco Salviati.