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Journal

ARS

2016 | 49 | 1 | 20 – 41
Article title

VEDUTA POSSONIE – BRATISLAVY V PALAZZO VECCHIO VO FLORENCII A JEJ UKRYTÝ PRÍBEH

Title variants
EN
Veduta of Possonia/Bratislava at the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence and its hidden story
Languages of publication
SK
Abstracts
EN
One of the oldest images of Bratislava can be found in the first courtyard of the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence (Cortile di Michelozzo). The mural painting titled “Possonia” (today’s Bratislava) was part of the cycle representing the views of 17 cities of Habsburg monarchy, commissioned in 1565 by Cosimo de’Medici for the wedding between his son Francesco and Giovanna d’Austria, daughter of Ferdinand I of Habsburg. The cycle was executed by Sebastiano (Bastiano) Veronese, Giovanni Lombardi Veneziano, Cesare Baglioni Bolognese, and Turino di Piamonte. The Possonia mural painting in Florence was most likely inspired by this image, signed by Monogrammist “HM” and “MG” i.e. Leipzig-based painter and graphic artist Hans Mayr (Meyer), or Martin and Donat Hubschmann.
Journal
ARS
Year
Volume
49
Issue
1
Pages
20 – 41
Physical description
Contributors
  • Dolná 80/69, 922 05 Chtelnica, Slovak Republic
References
Document Type
Publication order reference
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