TIFFANY ART MANNERISM Palazzo Farnese Caprarola 2 Oz Silber Münze 10$ Palau 2008

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This Tiffany Art 2008 2 Oz Silver coin is dedicated to the famous Italian artist Parmigianino, to the Palazzo Farnese in Caprarola and to the Mannerism epoch in general. The coin has an orange glass pane insert according to the Tiffany glass tradition and comes in a case, along with the Certificate of Authenticity. Limited mintage to 999 pcs worldwide.

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Technische Daten
Land Palau
Jahr 2008
Nominal 10 Dollar
Metall Silber
Feinheit (Reinheit) 999/1000
Gewicht (g) 62.2 (2 oz)
Durchmesser (mm) 50
Erhaltung Antik Finish
Auflage (Stück) 999
Zertifikat (COA) Ja
Etui Nein
 
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Manierism
The famous epoch-terms used in the history of art mostly originated in the aftermath. Romanticism and Baroque are creations of the 19th century; the Gothic period was first referred to in the 16th century by the Italian Giorgio Vasari (1511-1574). It was also Vasari who characterised Mannerism, although already as a contemporary. He referred to Michelangelo’s late style as maniera (“manner” or “style”). Yet soon the term was also applied to Michelangelo’s successors and today the epoch of the late renaissance between 1550 and 1600 is generally referred to as Mannerism. The Early and High Renaissance aspires a “classical” design vocabulary with simple lines, clear proportions and ideal bodies whereas Mannerism inclines to exaggeration. The shapes are often complicated and artificial; the bodies have out of balance poses which are extra long and twisted. Just like the Renaissance, Mannerism originates from Florence as well and even today a range of these masterpieces are still there to be admired. For example the Studiolo which belonged to the first Grand Prince of Tuscany, Cosimo de’ Medici (1519-1547). The big patron had the best artists of that time decorate his private study in the Palazzo Vecchio: the painting was done by Giorgio Vasari and the sculptures were created by Ammanati, Danti, Bandini, Stoldo and Giambologna.

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