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|Formato Físico Adicional:||Online version:
LeBrooy, Paul James.
Michelangelo models formerly in the Paul von Praun Collection.
Vancouver, Creelman & Drummond Publishers 
|Pessoa Denominada:||Michelangelo Buonarroti; Paul Praun, baron de; Michel-Ange; Paul von Praun; Michelangelo Buonarroti; Paul Praun, baron de|
|Tipo de Documento:||Livro|
|Todos os Autores / Contribuintes:||
Paul James LeBrooy
|Descrição:||160 pages illustrations (some color) 31 cm|
|Conteúdos:||I. The historical use of clay models for artistic purposes ; The use of terracotta during the Renaissance --
II. The difference between wax, terrasecca and terracotta models ; Wax ; Clay --
III. The Paul von Praun Collection --
IV. The history of the Michelangelo models in the von Praun Collection to the present day --
V. Models by Michelangelo in the von Praun Collection. Group I. Models for the statues in the Medici Chapel : The Dawn ; The right hand of the Dawn ; A right male arm (the right arm of the Evening) ; A left arm, shoulder and part of the back (left arm, shoulder and part of the back of the Evening) ; The Day ; The left foot of the Day ; A left foot (the left foot of the Night) ; The left hand of the Day ; The Night ; The left hand of the Night ; The right bent leg of Giuliano de'Medici ; A right bent leg (the right bent leg of Giuliano de'Medici ; The right hand of Lorenzo de'Medici ; The left hand of Giuliano de'Medici ; The back side and left thigh of a reclining figure (for the Night, for the Dawn) ; The Medici Madonna ; The Evening --
Group II. Models for other well-known statues by the master : The right arm of Christ in the Pietà in St. Peter's, Rome ; The right hand of Moses ; The lower body of Christ in the Church of Santa Maria sopra Minerva, Rome ; A study of a slave for The Julius Monument ; A straight standing right leg, reverse of the left leg of The Risen Christ in the Church of Santa Maria sopra Minerva, Rome ; A torso of a youth ; A slender right leg (the right leg of The San Spirito Crucifix) ; "River God", first draft for the large model of a "River God" formerly in the Florence Accademia, but now in the Casa Buonarroti, Florence ; A slender left leg (the left leg of Christ in the Pietà, Rome) ; An erect standing left leg, possibly a first draft of the left leg of The Risen Christ ; A left foot with part of the leg, possibly related to an erect standing left leg ; Two slaves for The Julius Monument ; St. Bartholomew --
Group III. Studies by Michelangelo after the "Antique" or of a character according to the "Antique" ; A left bent arm with a bordering part of the breast and back ; A lowered right arm and clasping hand, with the bordering back and breast part ; A right thigh, knee and part of the body ; A torso of a male ; A torso of a standing youth ; A torso of a youth ; A torso of a young woman --
A bas-relief by Michelangelo --
A plaquette after a design in wax by Michelangelo --
VI. Opinions --
VII. The importance of the models --
Addendum. Other extant models : Casa Buonarroti, Florence ; A "Slave" or a "River God" ; Male statuette, right arm missing ; Allegorical female figure ; Victory group (Hercules and Cacus) ; Male statuette, both arms missing ; Male torso ; Male torso ; A "River God" (a large scale model), British Museum, London ; A "River God" ; Male torso --
The sculptures of Michelangelo : A listing of models in the Casa ; Buonarroti according to the Museum's catalogue.
|Responsabilidade:||by Paul James LeBrooy.|