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[IMG] » te knycken van joumvonhindi lukt geen schade Modern Pitcher – A still life of a pitcher from the 17th Century painting [IMG] The most notable among them was Giovanni Volpato (who was nicknamed Il Giovine: the Young), a painter from Bologna who worked between 1475 and 1525. Using the Flagellation of Christ as a model and a local statute which deemed flagellation of Christ illegal, he intended to represent the flagellant of Bologna from the 17th century as the most notorious flagellant of the country. The exact details of his life and career are largely unknown because his artistic works perished during a fire and no record of his life has been found. However Volpato’s theories on visual art, history and theology are described in his only extant letter which he wrote to Lorenzo de’ Medici, the patron of the arts. The letter is preserved in the church of Orsanmichele in Florence and was written on 20 September 1524 in response to a request for permission to paint the flagellant from the Api saint Andrea della Porta’s Flagellation of Christ. It is very likely that he has evolved from the artists who painted the Florentine Cenacolo diocesano (“Chancel mural”) dating to around 1425. Similar to the Volpato frescoes, the Cenacolo diocesano has a series of 32 frescoes. According to a legend, the painter of this series was a scribe who lived in Florence. In the legend, he was punished for watching a flagellant procession when he was very young. Various periods Volpato was active between 1475 and 1525, when most of his paintings perished in a fire of Orsanmichele. His paintings were discovered during the 19th-century restoration of the church and were sold in 1874 to count and art collector, Angelo Rombini. Later he was acquired by the Galleria dell’Accademia in Florence where most of his works are preserved. His earliest surviving work, The Melancholia of Saint Mary Magdalene (henceforth “Melancholia”), was discovered in a small town in the northwestern Veneto in 1868. The c6a93da74d


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