Italiano: Frontespizio da: Giorgio Vasari, Le vite de' piu eccellenti pittori, scultori, et architettori, Firenze, Vol. 1. Date, Source. VITA DI TADDEO BARTOLI PITTORE. Meritano quegli artefici che per guadagnarsi nome si mettono a molte fatiche nella pittura, che l'opere. giorgio vasari, Le Vite de' più eccellenti pittori scultori e architettori nelle redazioni del e ed. Rosanna Bettarini, intro.


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Mortimer suggests that this is the leaf that appears at the beginning of v. Marcello Adriani a M. Giorgio Vasari" signed a-e appears in v. The leaf following is [superscript pi]A2 from v.


There is a printed cancel slip, v. The last line on K4v, v.

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In line 25 of 5Y3r, v. In both copies the last word on 2T3r, v. It included a valuable treatise on the technical methods employed in the arts. It was partly rewritten and enlarged in and provided with woodcut portraits of artists some conjectural.

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The work has a consistent and notorious favour of Florentines and tends to attribute to them all the new developments in Renaissance art—for example, the invention of engraving. Venetian art in particular, let alone other parts of Europe, is systematically ignored.

John Symonds claimed in that, "It is clear that Vasari often wrote with carelessness, confusing dates and places, and taking no pains to verify the truth of giorgio vasari le vite 1568 assertions" in regards to Vasari's life of Nicola Pisanowhile acknowledging that, despite these shortcomings, it is one of the basic sources for information on the Renaissance in Italy.

Many of his anecdotes have the ring of truth, although likely inventions. Others are generic fictions, such as the giorgio vasari le vite 1568 of young Giotto painting a fly on the surface of a painting by Cimabue that the older master repeatedly tried to brush away, a genre tale that echoes anecdotes told of the Greek painter Apelles.