Giorgio Vasari and Andrea del Sarto - Holy Family. Dulwich Picture Gallery London. (via Musei Italiani on Facebook)

"Holy Family" -- Century -- Giorgio Vasari after Andrea del Sarto -- Oil on panel -- Dulwich Picture Gallery, London

Giorgio Vasari, Renacimiento,Historia del arte. (Trianarts)

Today, October is the Feast Day of beloved St Luke – Apostle & Evangelist & Artist Luke as an artist Christian tradition, starting from the century, states that he was the first icon painter.

(detail) The Last Judgement by Giorgio Vasari (1511-1574)  il Duomo,  Santa Maria del Fiore, interior fresco paintings of Brunelleschi's dome.  Florence, Italy

Detail from 'The Last Judgement' – by Giorgio Vasari eventually completed by Vincenzo Borghini – il Duomo, Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence (interior fresco paintings of Brunelleschi's dome).

Giorgio Vasari, Temptations of St. Jerome, 1541

Giorgio Vasari, Temptations of St. Jerome, Art Institute of Chicago

Giorgio Vasari (Italian artist, 1511–1574) Holy Family with John the Baptist

Giorgio Vasari (Italian, 1511 - The Holy Family with the Infant St. John, the Baptist

Giorgio Vasari - Vulcan’s Forge. 1540 - 1560

thebluewizardeyes: “ koredzas: “Giorgio Vasari - Vulcan’s Forge. 1540 - 1560 ” Vulcan’s Forge sensory overload created by Giorgio Vasari back in the 1500 era.

Collector of Lives : Giorgio Vasari and the Invention of Art (Hardcover) (Ingrid Rowland & Noah Charney)

Collector of Lives : Giorgio Vasari and the Invention of Art (Hardcover) (Ingrid Rowland & Noah Charney)

IMG_4995B Giorgio Vasari. 1511-1574. Florence. Bernardetto de Medici. 1549 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

IMG_4995B Giorgio Vasari. 1511-1574. Florence. Bernardetto de Medici. 1549 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Botticelli was an Italian painter. He went to the Florentine school during the Early Renaissance (Quattrocento). Less than a hundred years later, Giorgio Vasari saw this movement as a "golden age". The patron of the movement was Lorenzo de' Medici.

Botticelli was an Italian painter. He went to the Florentine school during the Early Renaissance (Quattrocento). Less than a hundred years later, Giorgio Vasari saw this movement as a "golden age". The patron of the movement was Lorenzo de' Medici.

Lorenzo de' Medici (1449-1492), also called Lorenzo the Magnificent. Painted by Giorgio Vasari.

Portrait of Lorenzo the Magnificent - Giorgio Vasari (Tempera on wood, Uffizi Gallery ( Tribune ) Painted in for Duke Alessandro de' Medici. At the Uffizi since

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