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Daniele Yes
Volterra

Italia 
1509−1566
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Daniele da Volterra (ital. Daniele da Volterra, real name Daniele Ricciarelli) (1509, Volterra, Tuscany — April 4, 1566, Rome) — Italian painter and sculptor.

It is assumed that Daniele da Volterra studied at Sodom. Later worked with Michelangelo in Rome, and through his patronage became his successor and supervisor of works in the Vatican. Michelangelo helped him with advice and probably gave da Volterra sketches, for example, the masterpiece of Daniele da Volterra's "descent from the cross" in the Church of Trinita dei Monti in Rome.

Other famous paintings by da Volterra considered "Justice" in the Palazzo dei priori of Volterra, and "the Bethlehem massacre of the innocents" in the Uffizi, Florence. The Louvre possesses bilateral picture by Daniele da Volterra on the same story: "David cuts off the head of Goliath" written on a large slate panel. Images on both sides depict events that are separated by only one a moment, like two separate scenes in the movie.

Daniele da Volterra lost his position at the father of Julia III, devoted himself to sculpture, and later moved to Florence, then again returned to Rome, where the order of Pope Pius IV "was covering the unsightly nakedness" "the last judgment" of Michelangelo, for which he received the ironic nickname Braghettone ("stenopeic").

Of sculptural works of da Volterra has preserved a statue of Cleopatra by the fountain in the corridor of the Roman Belvedere. From France da Volterra was commissioned to make an equestrian statue of Henry II, but managed only to run to her horse, which later was seated sculpture Louis XIII in the Palais Royal in Paris.

It is assumed that Daniele da Volterra studied at Sodom. Later worked with Michelangelo in Rome, and through his patronage became his successor and supervisor of works in the Vatican. Michelangelo helped him with advice and probably gave da Volterra sketches, for example, the masterpiece of Daniele da Volterra's "descent from the cross" in the Church of Trinita dei Monti in Rome.

Other famous paintings by da Volterra considered "Justice" in the Palazzo dei priori of Volterra, and "the Bethlehem massacre of the innocents" in the Uffizi, Florence. The Louvre possesses bilateral picture by Daniele da Volterra on the same story: "David cuts off the head of Goliath" written on a large slate panel. Images on both sides depict events that are separated by only one a moment, like two separate scenes in the movie.

Daniele da Volterra lost his position at the father of Julia III, devoted himself to sculpture, and later moved to Florence, then again returned to Rome, where the order of Pope Pius IV "was covering the unsightly nakedness" "the last judgment" of Michelangelo, for which he received the ironic nickname Braghettone ("stenopeic").

Of sculptural works of da Volterra has preserved a statue of Cleopatra by the fountain in the corridor of the Roman Belvedere. From France da Volterra was commissioned to make an equestrian statue of Henry II, but managed only to run to her horse, which later was seated sculpture Louis XIII in the Palais Royal in Paris.

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