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Here are all the paintings of Benozzo Gozzoli 01

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62397 Adoration of the Magi Benozzo Gozzoli Adoration of the Magi 1440-41 Fresco Convento di San Marco, Florence Benozzo Gozzoli was a student of Fra Angelico who had a formative influence on him. He collaborated in the pictorial decoration of the dormitory cells in the Florentine Dominican monastery of San Marco, which took place from 1438 to 1444/45. There Fra Angelico and his assistants were painting a small devotional fresco in each cell, while Cosimo de' Medici's double cell (cell 38/39) was furnished with a larger wall painting, the Adoration of the Magi (cell 39) and a Crucifixion with Saints Cosmas, Damian, John and Peter (cell 38, the vestibule). The complete integration of the youthful Benozzo's artistic style with that of Fra Angelico has meant that it is only in recent times that it has been possible to identify with a fair degree of accuracy a variety of interventions by his hand, which were first limited to isolated figures or group of figures. Later he had more responsibility and scholars now agree that he was almost exclusively responsible for the decoration of Cosimo de' Medici's cells. Gozzoli's decisive part in the production of the Adoration of the Magi can be recognised stylistically by the fact that, compared t the works of his teacher, the colours are softer, the plasticity of forms is reduced in favour of sharper contours, and the landscape in the background acts as a backdrop. Here the religious theme of the Epiphany is set in a bleak rocky landscape which rises up behind the Three Kings' retinue. This corresponds to the religious mood of Fra Angelico's pictures and does justice to the fresco's function as a devotional picture
1894 Angels Worshipping Benozzo Gozzoli Angels Worshipping 1459 Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Florence
1895 Angels Worshipping   22 Benozzo Gozzoli Angels Worshipping 22   
26710 Detail from The Procession of the Magi Benozzo Gozzoli Detail from The Procession of the Magi mk52
1896 Establishment of the Manger at Greccio Benozzo Gozzoli Establishment of the Manger at Greccio 1452 San Francesco, Montefalco
30422 Interior of Medici Family Benozzo Gozzoli Interior of Medici Family mk68 Fresco,marble,and porphyry Florence,Medici palace c.1459 ltaly
55949 Journey of the Magi to Bethlehem Benozzo Gozzoli Journey of the Magi to Bethlehem mk247 C.1460,fresco(detail),chapel of the palazzo medici-riccardi,florence,ltaly
29148 Madonna and Child Benozzo Gozzoli Madonna and Child mk65 ca.1447 Tempera on panel 35x16 1/2"
1891 Madonna and Child   44 Benozzo Gozzoli Madonna and Child 44 1460 Detroit Institute of Arts
1900 Madonna and Child with Angel Playing Music Benozzo Gozzoli Madonna and Child with Angel Playing Music 1450 San Francesco, Montefalco
41995 Madonna della Cintola Benozzo Gozzoli Madonna della Cintola mk166 1450-1452 Tempera on wood Museum of the Vatican one Rome
30421 Procession of the Magi Benozzo Gozzoli Procession of the Magi mk68 Fresco Florence Medici Palace Medici Family Private Chapel c.1459 ltaly
33362 Procession of the Magi Benozzo Gozzoli Procession of the Magi mk86 1459-1461
33386 Procession of the Magi Benozzo Gozzoli Procession of the Magi mk86 1459-1461 Fresco,Wall width c.750cm Florence,Palazzo Medici-Riccardi
53411 Procession of the Magi Benozzo Gozzoli Procession of the Magi mk231 1459 Oil on canvas
21192 Procession of the Magi (mk08) Benozzo Gozzoli Procession of the Magi (mk08) 1459-1461 Florence,Palazzo Medici-Riccardi Four members of the Medici family can be identified amongst the riders; Cosimo the Elder and ,to the right ,his sons Giovanni and Piero di Cosimo,together with Cosimo's illegitimate son Carlo
21216 Procession of the Magi (mk08) Benozzo Gozzoli Procession of the Magi (mk08) 1459-1461 Fresco wall width c.750cm Florence,Palazzo Medici-Riccardi
1893 Procession of the Magus Gaspar Benozzo Gozzoli Procession of the Magus Gaspar 1459 Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Florence
1892 Procession of the Magus Melchoir Benozzo Gozzoli Procession of the Magus Melchoir 1459 Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Florence
62401 Procession of the Middle King Benozzo Gozzoli Procession of the Middle King 1459-60 Fresco Chapel, Palazzo Medici-Riccardi, Florence The middle king is represented with the features of Emperor John VII Paleologus. For this representation Benozzo based his work on a medallion designed by Pisanello in 1438. However, he made the face younger and replace the traditional and unwieldy Byzantine tiara with a crown resting on a peacock-plumed velvet cap. Author: GOZZOLI, Benozzo Title: Procession of the Middle King (detail) , 1451-1500 , Italian Form: painting , religious
53416 Scenes From the Life of St.Augustine Benozzo Gozzoli Scenes From the Life of St.Augustine mk231 Oil on canvas
1898 St.Francis Giving Away his Clothes and the Vision of the Church Militant and Triumphant Benozzo Gozzoli St.Francis Giving Away his Clothes and the Vision of the Church Militant and Triumphant 1452 San Francesco, Montefalco
1899 The Birth of St.Francis and Homage of the Simple Man Benozzo Gozzoli The Birth of St.Francis and Homage of the Simple Man 1452 San Francesco, Montefalco
1890 The Dance of Salome Benozzo Gozzoli The Dance of Salome 1461 National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
1889 The Fall of Simon Magus Benozzo Gozzoli The Fall of Simon Magus 1461 Royal Collection, Hampton Court, London
23307 The Journey of the Magi (nn03) Benozzo Gozzoli The Journey of the Magi (nn03) 1459 Fresco Palazzo Medici-Riccardi Florence
1897 The Meeting of Saint Francis and Saint Domenic Benozzo Gozzoli The Meeting of Saint Francis and Saint Domenic 1452 San Francesco, Montefalco
26709 The Procession of the Magi Benozzo Gozzoli The Procession of the Magi mk52 1459 Fresco Palazzo Medici-Riccardi,Florence
40207 The Procession of the Magi,Procession of the Youngest King Benozzo Gozzoli The Procession of the Magi,Procession of the Youngest King mk156 1459-63 Fresco Palazzo Medici Riccardi
33283 The School in Tagaste Benozzo Gozzoli The School in Tagaste mk83 1464-1465 Fresco
1888 The School of Tagaste Benozzo Gozzoli The School of Tagaste 1464 Sant'Agostino, San Gimignano
45815 The train of the holy three Konige Benozzo Gozzoli The train of the holy three Konige mk178 Galeazzo Maria Sforza, duke of Milan very to the left on a brown and Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, ruler of Rimini, in addition on a Schimmei UM1460 fresco
19989 The Triumph of st Thomas Aquinas (mk05) Benozzo Gozzoli The Triumph of st Thomas Aquinas (mk05) Wood 90 1/2 x 40 1/4''(230 x 102 cm)From the cathedral at Pisa entered the Louvre in 1813
42859 The Virgin and Child Enthroned among Angels and Saints Benozzo Gozzoli The Virgin and Child Enthroned among Angels and Saints mk170 1461-1462 Tempera on wood 161.9x170.2cm
90223 Triumph des Hl. Thomas von Aquin uber Averroes Benozzo Gozzoli Triumph des Hl. Thomas von Aquin uber Averroes 1468-1484 Medium oil on panel Dimensions Deutsch: 227 x 102 cm cjr

Benozzo Gozzoli
Italian Early Renaissance Painter, 1420-1497 Italian Renaissance painter. Early in his career he assisted Lorenzo Ghiberti on the east doors of the Baptistery in Florence and Fra Angelico on frescoes in Florence, Rome, and Orvieto. His reputation today rests on the breathtaking fresco cycle The Journey of the Magi (1459 ?C 61) in the chapel of Florence's Medici-Riccardi Palace. His work as a whole was undistinguished, however. He painted several altarpieces and a series of 25 frescoes of Old Testament scenes, now badly damaged, for the Camposanto in Pisa (1468 ?C 84).
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