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Giulio Romano (Giulio Pippi)

 
Giulio Romano

Renaissance Italian painter and architect
(Rome, Italy, 1499 - 1546, Mantua, Italy)

Note: Giulio Romano was probably apprenticed to Raphael when quite young, and by 1514 he is recorded as Raphael's assistant in the Vatican. His greatest achievements were monumental fresco cycles and architectural projects, which he conceived and oversaw. Giulio's contemporaries particularly praised the facility and inventiveness of his drawing. Most of his career was spent in Mantua, as court artist for Federico II Gonzaga.

14 objects

Two Women

1492-1546
pen and brown ink, brown wash, traces of black chalk on paper
Bequest of the Honorable James Bowdoin III
1811.14
 

Dance of the Muses

n.d.
tempera and gold leaf on panel
Gift of Marcia W. A. Spring, in memory of her husband, Eliphalet Greely Spring, Class of 1880
1896.7
 

Hercules Resting from His Labors (after Giulio Romano)

1567
engraving on paper
Museum Purchase, Lloyd O. and Marjorie Strong Coulter Fund
1985.64
 

Christ with the Woman Taken in Adultery

1723
mezzotint, woodcut on paper
Bequest of John Nichols, Class of 1936, and Dorothy Coogan Estabrook
1988.22.36
 

Tin-glazed plate

ca. 1880
earthenware
Gift of Mr. Edward P. Mitchell, Class of 1871
1921.10
 

Amor Pazzo

1800-1935
lithograph on paper
Bequest of Charles Potter Kling
1935.951.1
 

Nettuno

1800-1935
lithograph on paper
Bequest of Charles Potter Kling
1935.951.2
 

Amor Crudele

1800-1935
lithograph on paper
Bequest of Charles Potter Kling
1935.951.3
 

Amor Veloce

1800-1935
lithograph on paper
Bequest of Charles Potter Kling
1935.951.4
 

Union Di Amore

1800-1935
lithograph on paper
Bequest of Charles Potter Kling
1935.951.5
 

David Cutting Off the Head of Goliath (after Giulio Romano)

1540
engraving on paper
Gift of Judith Keenan
2007.22.11
 

Monogrammist ASR Hercules Reposing After Slaying the Lunear Hydra

n.d.
paper
Bequest of David P. Becker, Class of 1970
2011.69.319
 

Two Women

1492-1546
pen and brown ink, brown wash, traces of black chalk on paper
Bequest of the Honorable James Bowdoin III
1811.14.a
 

Two Women

1492-1546
pen and brown ink, brown wash, traces of black chalk on paper
Bequest of the Honorable James Bowdoin III
1811.14.b