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Nanni di Banco
Donatello
Agostino Di Duccio
Bertoldo di Giovanni
Mino da Fiesole

Desiderio da Settignano
Filarete
Vecchietta
Andrea Bregno
Pietro Lombardo
Antonio Lombardo
Tullio Lombardo
Giovanni Antonio Amadeo
Francesco di Giorgio Martini
Benedetto da Maiano
Luca Della Robbia
Andrea della Robbia

Bernardo Rossellino
Antonio Rossellino
Antonio del Pollaiuolo
Niccolò dell’Arca
Andrea del Verrocchio
 
 
Antonio Lombardo
 



Antonio Lombardo (Venice c. 1458 – Ferrara 1516) was an Italian Renaissance sculptor, brother of Tullio Lombardo and son of Pietro Lombardo.

He was born in Venice. The Lombardo family worked together to
sculpt church decorations and tombs. He died in Ferrara, where he worked as marble master for Duke Alfonso I.

Lombardo also worked in bronze, and his output encompasses secular and mythological subjects as well as sacred pieces.













Antonio Lombardo.
Filocrate sull'isola di Lemno.
1510-1515 circa.
Victoria and Albert Museum

 

 
 


Antonio Lombardo.
Venus Anadyomene.
c.1516


Antonio Lombardo. Peace Establishing her Reign,
bronz. c. 1512. National Gallery of Art

 
 


Antonio and Tullio Lombardo. Tomb of Doge Andrea Vendramin, 1480

 
 


Antonio Lombardo. Monument to Bishop Jacopo Pesaro
before 1524
Marble
Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, Venice

 
 


Antonio Lombardo. Contest between Minerva and Neptune
c. 1508
Marble, 83 x 107 cm
The Hermitage, St. Petersburg

 
 


Antonio Lombardo. The Birth of Athena at the Forge of Vulcan
1508-11
Marble, 83 x 107 cm
The Hermitage, St. Petersburg

 
 


Antonio Lombardo. Miracle of the Speaking Babe
1500-04
Marble, 500 x 225 cm
Basilica di Sant'Antonio, Padua

 

 


Tullio Lombardo
 


Tullio Lombardo (1460 – November 17, 1532), also known as Tullio Solari, was an Italian Renaissance sculptor. He was the brother of Antonio Lombardo and son of Pietro Lombardo. The Lombardo family worked together to sculpt famous Catholic churches and tombs. The church of San Zanipolo contains the Monument to Doge Pietro Mocenigo, executed with his father and brother, and the Monument to Doge Andrea Vendramin, an evocation of a Roman triumphal arch encrusted with decorative figures.

Tullio also likely completed the funereal monument to Marco Cornaro in the Church of Santi Apostoli and the frieze in the Cornaro Chapel of the Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari. He also participated in
the work to decorate Santa Maria dei Miracoli, Venice.

In 2002, Lombardo's marble statue Adam, part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's collection, fell to the floor and shattered. It is still being restored. The sculpture, created in the Renaissance, was the first recorded free-standing male nude since antiquity.












Tullio and Antonio  Lombardo.
Tomb of Doge Andrea Vendramin, 1480

 
 
 


Tullio Lombardo. Adam
1480-95
Marble, height: 193 cm
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

 


Tullio Lombardo. A Young Couple, Bacchus and Ariadne
1520-25
Marble, height: 56 cm
Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna





Tullio Lombardo. Self-portrait (?) with his Wife in Ancient Guise
1490-1510
Marble, 47 x 50 cm
Galleria Franchetti, Ca' d'Oro, Venice

 


Tullio Lombardo. Monument to Pietro Bernardo
1524
Marble
Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, Venice

 


Tullio Lombardo. Monument to Doge Giovanni Mocenigo (detail)
1480s
Marble
Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Venice

 


Tullio Lombardo. St Mark Baptizes Anianus
1480s
Marble, 107 x 154 cm
Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Venice

 


Tullio Lombardo. A Young Warrior


 


Tullio Lombardo. Miracle of the Miser's Heart
1520-25
Marble, 130 x 245 cm
Basilica di Sant'Antonio, Padua





Tullio Lombardo. Sepulchral Monument to Guidarello Guidarelli
1525
Marble
Galleria dell'Accademia, Ravenna
 
 

 
 
 
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