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Cosimo de" Medici

Vernon, Katharine Dorothea (Ewart) "Mrs. H. M. Vernon,"

Cosimo de" Medici

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Published by Macmillan and Co., limited, The Macmillan Company in London, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Florence (Italy)
    • Subjects:
    • Medici, Cosimo de", 1389-1464,
    • Florence (Italy) -- History

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [239]-240.

      Statementby K. Dorothea Ewart ...
      SeriesForeign statesmen
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDG737.7 .V5
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 240 p.
      Number of Pages240
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6907463M
      LC Control Number01017878
      OCLC/WorldCa2954649


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The most powerful figure in the political and economic life of early Renaissance Florence, Cosimo de' Medici was also its greatest patron of the arts. In her vigorously argued and exhaustively documented study, Kent (history, Univ.

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He went on. Cosimo De' Medici in my opinion is the epitome of the renaissance statesman. I also believe his reputation tends to be unfairly overshawdowed by that of his grandson Lorenzo De' Medici.

Cosimo built lasting monuments, consolidated the Medici regime, and ruled for thirty years (longer than that of Lorenzo).

This book is mainly a political Cited by: 1. Moda a Firenze Cosimo I de Medici's Style (English and Italian Edition) Bilingual edition by Orsi-Landini, Roberta () Hardcover 1 Jan Hardcover. Cosimo de' Medici. Cosimo de' Medici, Lord of Florence, also known as Cosimo “the elder” de' Medici OR Cosimo "il vechio" de' Medici ( – ) is the son of Giovanni di Averardo de’ Medici.

He was the greatest private patron of his time, who, motivated through ambition for his family, and perhaps through a desire to compensate the sin of lending, introduced a new conception of.

An examination of the art of Renaissance Florence as an investigation into the oeuvre of the patron, instead of the artist, specifically Cosimo de Medici, the "Godfather of the Renaissance." Kent deliberately refrains from judging Cosimo from a modern perspective, instead focusing on how Cosimo's patronage both reflected and influenced art /5.

Cosimo De' Medici book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(2). In many ways, he was the father of the Renaissance, or at least its midwife, taking the reins of Florence in and leading it to a cultural apex that has, perhaps, yet to be rivaled by any municipality since.

Cosimo De' Medici, master of a city-state, Cosimo de Medici book and statesman, ruled a Florence that was "in miniature an empire," as this biography calls it, where painters and thinkers. Cosimo I de’ Medici.

Cosimo I de’ Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany ( ) was Cosimo de Medici book nephew of Ottaviano de’ Medici. His mother, Maria Salviati, was a granddaughter of Lorenzo the Magnificent; his father, the professional soldier Giovanni delle Bande Nere.

Life Rise to power. Cosimo was born in Florence on 12 Junethe son Cosimo de Medici book the famous condottiere Ludovico de' Medici (known as Giovanni delle Bande Nere) and his wife Maria Salviati, herself a granddaughter of Lorenzo the was the grandson of Caterina Sforza, the Countess of Forlì and Lady of came to power in at just after the year-old Duke of Born: 12 JuneFlorence, Republic of Florence.

“The most ambitious—and beautiful—book on Cosimo de’ Medici yet produced offers Renaissance scholarship a new term: ‘the patron’s oeuvre.’ Training her eye on the crafty and farsighted Cosimo, Kent, a well-known historian, provides for the first time an overview of the full range of his artistic commissions and attempts to.

Bia de’ Medici was born in as the first child of the Cosimo I, Cosimo de Medici book Duke of Tuscany. She was known as Bia which could be the short version of Bianca or “la bambina.” The identity of her mother is not clear. Cosimo I and Maria Salviati (his mother) were the only people knew her identity who refused to reveal it.

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Some rooms have traditional Florentine furnishings/10(). Cosimo de Medici (–), also known as Cosimo the Elder, was the heir of a family of bankers from Florence, who had only risen to wealth a couple of generations earlier.

His grandfather, Vieri di Cambio de Medici, had created a banker’s company which, byhad branches in. The Descendants of Cosimo de’ Medici. Lorenzo was a poet himself, and supported the work of such Renaissance masters as Botticelli, Leonardo da.

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Excerpt from Term Paper: Cosimo De Medici We know all about the de Medici family - one of the most important dynastic families in Europe and in particular concerning the cultural and artistic life of Italy and so of the continent. And yet, as Dale Kent makes clear in her authoritative (and fascinating) account of the family and in particular of the life of Cosimo De'Medici, we actually know.

Cosimo 'il Vecchio' de' Medici, essays in commemoration of the th anniversary of Cosimo de' Medici's birth: including papers delivered at the Society for Renaissance Studies Sexcentenary Symposium at the Warburg Institute, London, 19 May (Book).

Although the Medicis are extinct in the male line half the royals in Europe descend from the Medici. Let us see this chap, Grandduke Francesco I de Medici. He ruled Tuscany /– And here is his Consort, Archduchess of Austria, his long.

The story reminds us of Lorenzo the Magnificent (Italian: Lorenzo il Magnifico, –) as the greatest of the was a poet, humanist, skilled politician, writer, and patron of the arts. At the time of Lorenzo, the Medici overcame the opposition of the monk Savonarola and the famous Pazzi conspiracy () during which Lorenzo was wounded, and his brother Giuliano lost his.

According to Giorgio Vasari this commemorative portrait of Cosimo the Elder, founder of the Medici fortune, was painted by Pontormo for Goro Gheri, secretary of Lorenzo de' Medici, duke of Urbino. After a period in the collection of Ottaviano de' Medici, it entered.

house that served first as the de facto rulers of Florence, and then as Grand Dukes of Tuscany, from the midth century to the midth century. This thesis evaluates the contributions of eight consequential members of the Florentine Medici family, Cosimo di Giovanni, Lorenzo di Giovanni, Giovanni di Lorenzo, Cosimo I, Cosimo II, Cosimo III.

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Also within easy reach are City Sightseeing Firenze, Terravision City Sightseeing, Palazzo dei Cartelloni. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ewart, K.

Dorothea (Katharine Dorothea), b. Cosimo de' Medici. Port Washington, N.Y., Kennikat. Created by Nicholas Meyer, Frank Spotnitz. With Daniel Sharman, Alessandra Mastronardi, Synnove Karlsen, Sebastian De Souza. A political family drama set in Florence in the early fifteenth century.

Cosimo de Medici finds himself at the helm of his banking dynasty when his father, Giovanni, dies suddenly/10(K). Cosimo I de’ Medici, or more simply, Cosimo de’ Medici, was born on June 12 th to Lodovico de’ Medici and Maria Salviati.

Historically, he is famously known as the second Duke of Florence and the first Grand Duke of Tuscany. However, he has also made many. Cosimo II, in full Cosimo de’ Medici, (born —died Feb.

28, ), fourth grand duke of Tuscany (–20), who closed down the Medici family’s practice of banking and commerce, which it had pursued for four centuries. Cosimo II succeeded his father, Ferdinand I, in ; and, guided by his mother, Christine of Lorraine, and by Belisario Vinta, he followed his father’s.

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Cosimo was born in Florence and inherited both his wealth and his expertise in business from his father, Giovanni di Bicci de’ Medici, founder of the Medici bank. Cosimo used his vast fortune of an estimated gold florins to control the Florentine political system and sponsor a series of artistic accomplishments.

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Cosimo di Giovanni de' Medici (27 September – 1 August ) was the first of the Medici political dynasty, de facto rulers of Florence during much of the Italian Renaissance; also known as "Cosimo 'the Elder'" ("il Vecchio") and "Cosimo Pater Patriae" (Latin: 'father of the nation').His power derived from his great wealth as a banker, and he was a great patron of learning, the arts and.

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