(21). (17) Ciacon knew of Fontana’s work and requested she send him “a little portrait of yourself… which can then accompany that of Sophonisba which shall thus be seen and looked at and recognized by everyone as it shall be made into a print among those five hundred illustrious men and women which shall be engraved in copper at the expense of his Grace the Archduke Ferdinand of Austria.” (18). As I have been writing this post and thinking about Fontana, I’ve come to a realization as to why I am drawn to female self-portraits. Fontana (Jean), né à Mili près de Côme en 1540, mort en 1614, fut un des architectes de l'église de Saint-Pierre de Rome, mais excella surtout dans l'hydraulique. Teised eraldusvõimed: 210 × 240 pikslit | 419 × 480 pikslit | 671 × 768 pikslit | 895 × 1024 pikslit | 4829 × 5527 pikslit. My discussion of the red knot came from the Caroline Murphy text (2003) that I mentioned in the fifth footnote, but she must have gotten that information from your previously-published/presented work. She is one of my favourites! Print. 5 is musical notation) to Lavinia, which ultimately stresses Lavinia’s education as one who can read music? Renaud Camus has uploaded 25965 photos to Flickr. Autoportrait (1600), Lavinia Fontana Minerve s'Habillant (1613), Lavinia Fontana Envoyer par e-mail BlogThis! Lovely tribute, I hope Hasan’s blog comes back online at some point! Lavinia Fontana, Autoportrait (1588) Une autre artiste (re)connue s’adonne aux autoportraits délégués : Lavinia Fontana. Lavinia Fontana, Autoportrait au Clavicorde avec un serviteur, 1577. Le Jour ni l'Heure 3744 : Lavinia Fontana Zappi, 1552-1614, autoportrait (? Autoportrait au clavecin (1577) Huile sur toile, 27 × 24 cm, Accademia di San Luca, Rome. Continuing the family business was typical at the time. 7 King, 73. Excellent post, which I didn’t see the first time. It’s nice to hear from another art historian who loves Lavinia Fontana! For more information, see Liana De Girolami Cheney, et. The placement of a maidservant behind her, along with her richly colored wardrobe also helped to convey Fontana as financially stable. I appreciate your taking the time to let me know. Vintage Mickey Art “Women in Frames: The Gaze, the Eye, the Profile in Renaissance Portraiture.” History Workshop. Lavinia Fontana pose le problème des femmes 244. Son autoportrait (Autoportrait au clavicorde, accompagnée de sa servante)et qui date de 1577 ou 78, elle a 25 ans, nous montre en plus qu'elle est belle et qu'elle est musicienne ! Mar 16, 2015 - Find and follow posts tagged lavinia fontana on Tumblr. In fact, the painting could be viewed in its entirety as a love knot– as a gift for the bethrothed.” (8) The expensive musical instrument suggests, perhaps falsely, that the Fontana family is financially stable, if not downright wealthy. I’m sure that I could be responsible for any reasonable hosting Dec 9, 2014 - ‘Portrait of Antonietta Gonzalez’ was created in 1595 by Lavinia Fontana in Mannerism (Late Renaissance) style. For more information, see Liana De Girolami Cheney, et. Fille du peintre maniériste, Prospero Fontana, c’est avec lui que Lavinia fait son apprentissage. Renaud Camus has uploaded 25965 photos to Flickr. Dear Ms. Celalettin, Cantaro, Lavinia Fontana Bolognese 'pittora singolare' 1552-1614, Rome, 1989, no. Therefore, painting is to be preferred to all other occupations.” (1), Throughout the Renaissance, artists struggled with how to maintain a social and intellectual status through their profession. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003. Découvrez vos propres épingles sur Pinterest et enregistrez-les. Lavinia FONTANA, "L'homme sauvage" Histoire & Image, L2 Histoire Lyon Nous traiterons ici, à partir du portrait de Tognina Gonsalvus peint par Lavinia Fontana, de la vie de l'artiste et de la signification du tableau, aussi en le replaçant dans une plus large perspective des représentations de ces raretés de la nature, mi-hommes mi-animaux, dont l'iconographie est remplie à l'époque moderne. 2012. Renaud Camus has uploaded 26082 photos to Flickr. 5 Bohn, 254. 1 Kemp, Martin, ed. I too, am very keen for his blog to be back online for educational purposes and for those who just wish to admire his work. ), musée du château d'Udine, Frioul-Vénétie julienne, vendredi 26 août 2011, Explore Renaud Camus' photos on Flickr. Lavinia Fontana, (born 1552, Bologna [Italy]—died August 11, 1614, Rome), Italian painter of the Mannerist school and one of the most important portraitists in Bologna during the late 16th century. I’ve included that citation in the footnote and updated it accordingly. Le Jour ni l'Heure 3744 : Lavinia Fontana Zappi, 1552-1614, autoportrait (? “Looking a Sight: Sixteenth-Century Portraits of Woman Artists.” Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte. Lavinia Fontana: Liste d'œuvres - Toutes les œuvres par date 1→10. She manifests her scholarly pursuits (she’s not just a mere “craftswoman”) by showing herself among anatomical casts and classical statuettes. 6 Name also appears in art history texts as Alonso Chaçon and Alfonso Chacon. Although I don’t feel that I experience the same difficulties as women in the Renaissance period, I experience an element of self-awareness when I need to portray myself (either visually or in writing). A la différence de sa consoeur ainée, spécialisée dans les portraits, elle exécutait des grandes commandes publiques aux sujets mythologiques et … L'auto-portrait a été peint par Lavinia Fontana donner à Saverio Zappi, son futur beau-en fait, elle a épousé en 1577 Giovan Paolo Zappi, appartenant à une famille noble d'Imola. Hi Dilshat! would potentially benefit. (16) He owned what he called a museo, which in essence, was a gallery of five hundred illustrious women and men of the time. (7), The musical instrument itself is a symbol both of love and financial status. Once again, Fontana is careful in how she has presented herself (in order to meet societal expectations). Fontana’s dress, “with its slashed sleeves, her huge lace collar and heavy gold cross… ensure her appearance as a gentildonna, and thereby could reflect a social parity with Anguissola.” (22) The dress is on par with that of her outfit in her Self Portrait at the Keyboard, but more truly reflects the artist’s passions and career. Dans le premier peint en 1577 nous la retrouvons installée devant un clavecin, les mains s’agitant au-dessus du clavier. Lavinia Fontana, autoportrait; ca. all, Self-Portraits of Women Painters (London: Ashgate/Scolar Press, 2000), p. 60 (revised. Commission yourself a portrait today! The self-portrait by Fontana that interests me the most was painted just two years after Fontana’s wedding portrait. Thank you for this interesting post about Fontana’s self-portraits. Lavinia Fontana, “Self-Portrait at the Spinet,” 1577. reffga@goldmail.etsu.edu, Lavinia Fontana’s Self Portrait at the Keyboard of 1577, Leonardo Di Vinci said, “Painting excels and is superior in rank to music because it does not perish immediately after its creation, as happens unfortunately with music. Your email address will not be published. Previously, in 1998, I presented a lecture to an international symposium at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C. (May 9, 1998) on “Lavinia Fontana’s Self-Portraits,”where I unveiled this symbolism. 2012. Lavinia Fontana, The Holy Family with Saint Catherine of Alexandria, 1581. After marrying Paolo Zappi, she gave birth to 11 children and moved to Rome in 1603. (14) It is clear that the portrait was influenced by Sofonisba Anguissola’s own Self Portrait Making Music with a Maidservent from 1561, but has also been compared to several other portraits of women at the keyboard. “Lavinia Fontana’s “Self-Portrait Making Music’.” Woman’s Art Journal. Lavinia Fontana. Grace Reff Web. 5 Bohn, 254. She was a skilled portraitist and was often commissioned by weathly members of the Bolognese elite to create portraits to commemorate influential moments in their lives. Rather painting endures… Painting satisfying the sense of sight is more noble than music which only satisfies hearing. ), musée du château d'Udine, Frioul-Vénétie julienne, vendredi 26 août 2011, Explore Renaud Camus' photos on Flickr. Sofonisba Anguissola, Lavinia Fontana, Artemisia Gentileschi mais aussi Virginia Vezzi, Orsola Maddalena Caccia, Giovanna Garzoni… Nombreuses sont donc les femmes peintres à s’être frayé un chemin au cœur de l’effervescence artistique et culturelle de la Renaissance ! 4 King, p. 67. Fontana visually manifests this care by not only stressing her virginity, but by appearing in modest red dress that suggests marriage (red was the traditional color for wedding dresses in Bologna).5, Lavinia Fontana, “Self Portrait In a Tondo,” 1579. Biography Lavinia Fontana was born in Bologna, the daughter of the painter Prospero Fontana, who was a prominent painter of the School of Bologna at the time and served as her teacher. See more ideas about fontana, female artists, portrait. Renaud Camus has uploaded 25646 photos to Flickr. She is regarded as the first woman artist, working within the same sphere as her male counterparts, outside a court or convent. Mar 16, 2015 - Find and follow posts tagged lavinia fontana on Tumblr. 29 mars 2018 - Cette épingle a été découverte par Dmitriy Makeev. contact with his thought. Although I appreciate your writing on Lavinia Fontana. Le Jour ni l'Heure 3744 : Lavinia Fontana Zappi, 1552-1614, autoportrait (? In addition, Fontana is interested in suggesting her wealth; she depicts herself in lavish clothing and she is sitting in an armchair (poor people owned only stools at this time).7. I believe it correct that your brother, Hasan Niyazi, owned a web site called 3pipe.net. ), musée du château d'Udine, Frioul-Vénétie julienne, vendredi 26 août 2011, Explore Renaud Camus' photos on Flickr. 25. Follow the links above for analysis and research on specific paintings. Voir plus d'idées sur le thème peintres italiens, femme peintre, mode renaissance. bobconsoli@gmail.com. Son père est peintre de la contre-réforme très en vogue auprès des papes. Mar 16, 2015 - Find and follow posts tagged lavinia fontana on Tumblr. 24 août 2018 - Cette épingle a été découverte par Sasamoto. Vintage Art. Note … Fontana’s earliest self-portrait is quite unique, since it was created as a marriage portrait. The present picture is a fine studio replica of the earliest known self-portrait by Lavinia Fontana, painted in 1575 and now preserved in a private Roman collection (M.T. 2014 - Découvrez le tableau "Lavinia Fontana" de Mori Mori sur Pinterest. Hello Monica, 4 Murphy, Caroline P. Lavinia Fontana : a painter and her patrons in sixteenth-century Bologna. Lavinia Fontana se forme dans l'atelier de son père, où elle rencontre les artistes et les mécènes de la ville [2]. Fontana also chooses to emphasize her accomplishments and abilities: she is playing an instrument and her easel is distinctly placed in the background. Fontana presents herself as a confident and fairly attractive woman. Murphy says, “a love knot has been placed on the keyboard, which could also point to a context of betrothal. 4 Jul. 1) ou encore Artemisia Gentileschi15 qui se représentent en musiciennes. Later, it is believed that Fontana referenced herself in two more paintings: as Judith in Judith with the Head of Holofernes in 1600 and in a Madonna and Child with Five Saints from 1601, where she is portrayed as St. Barbara. Lavinia Fontana’s Self Portrait at the Keyboard of 1577 Self Portrait in the Studiolo, 1579 Leonardo Di Vinci said, “Painting excels and is superior in rank to music because it does not perish immediately after its creation, as happens unfortunately with music. Thank you for making the corrections. Italie, 1552-1614. Ciacon was a Spanish Dominican theologian and scholar who lived in Rome. While this portrait is an obvious reference to her artistic career, Fontana still had to keep in mind her appearance for the public eye. With good wishes, Liana. Along these lines, as a female blogger, I sometimes find myself concerned with how I portray myself in writing. (3). Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA. Lavinia Fontana (August 24 1552-August 11 1614) was an Italian painter. Voir plus d'idées sur … She was one of the first women to execute large, publicly commissioned figure paintings. Not only is she wearing modest clothing, but she further emphasizes her respectability by stating that she is married. community of his many admirers would very much like to see it restored in some form. your own Pins on Pinterest 40. Your footnote no. 1600. at the time and served as her teacher. wide circle of his admirers. (10). I think this Latin inscription is rather interesting, since it is indicative of the social situation for female Renaissance artists. They attempted to establish painting as a liberal art rather than a superfluous artistic hobby. Few artists, especially women artists, would risk expressing their true feelings in writing. Quand elle épouse, en 1557, le peintre Gian Paolo Zappi, son talent est déjà reconnu et elle réalise les portraits de notables de Bologne. Fue hija del pintor Prospero Fontana, pintor de la escuela de Bolonia, que le enseñó el oficio. Artemisia Gentileschi , Autoportrait comme allégorie de la peinture , années 1630, Collection royale . Do you, by chance, have any ideas? Lavinia Fontana learned painting from her father, Prospero Fontana, who was a highly-respected artist in Bologna. Nonetheless, we can see that Fontana wanted to portray herself in a certain way, especially since she knew that her image was intended for display alongside portraits of other prominent individuals. 6 Name also appears in art history texts as Alonso Chaçon and Alfonso Chacon. 17 King, Catherine. À 25 ans, en 1577, Lavinia Fontana épouse un peintre mineur Gian Paolo Zappi d'Imola, qui arrête sa carrière pour devenir son assistant. Biography. Lavinia Fontana, born in Bologna in 1552 to Prospero Fontana, became one of the most popular Italian painters of her time.