The Portrait of Cosimo I de' Medici is an example of mannerism, or more attention to the facial expressions in paintings, during the Renaissance. It also represent patronage, as Medici sponsored many artists during the Renaissance, making it possible for hundreds of pieces of arts still enjoyed today. Artist: Angelo Bronzino Location: Uffizi Gallery Dimensions: 2′ 5″ x 1′ 11″ Created: 1545 Subject: Cosimo I de' Medici Period: Italian Renaissance
The Crossing of the Red Sea (detail) ~ Agnolo di Cosimo (Italian, 1503-1572), usually known as Bronzino ~ The Crossing of the Red Sea is a fresco painting by the Italian artist Agnolo di Cosimo, known as Bronzino, finished in 1541-1542. It is housed in Palazzo Vecchio, Florence.