Sofonisba Anguissola (c. 1532 – 16 November 1625), also known as Sophonisba Angussola or Anguisciola, was an Italian Renaissance painter born in Cremona to a noble family, but a relatively poor one. She received a well-rounded education, that included the fine arts, and her apprenticeship with local painters set a precedent for women to be accepted as students of art. As a young woman, Anguissola traveled to Rome where she was introduced to Michelangelo, who immediately recognized her talent, and to Milan, where she painted the Duke of Alba. Elizabeth of Valois, the queen of Philip II of Spain, was a keen amateur painter, and in 1559 Anguissola was recruited to go to Madrid as her tutor, with the rank of lady-in-waiting. She later became an official court painter to the king, and adapted h

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  • Sofonisba Anguissola (c. 1532 – 16 November 1625), also known as Sophonisba Angussola or Anguisciola, was an Italian Renaissance painter born in Cremona to a noble family, but a relatively poor one. She received a well-rounded education, that included the fine arts, and her apprenticeship with local painters set a precedent for women to be accepted as students of art. As a young woman, Anguissola traveled to Rome where she was introduced to Michelangelo, who immediately recognized her talent, and to Milan, where she painted the Duke of Alba. Elizabeth of Valois, the queen of Philip II of Spain, was a keen amateur painter, and in 1559 Anguissola was recruited to go to Madrid as her tutor, with the rank of lady-in-waiting. She later became an official court painter to the king, and adapted her style to the more formal requirements of official portraits for the Spanish court. After the queen's death, Philip helped arrange an aristocratic marriage for her. She moved to Palermo, and later Pisa and Genoa, where she continued to practice as a leading portrait painter, apparently with the support of her two husbands, living to the age of ninety-three. Her most distinctive and attractive paintings are her portraits of herself and her family, painted before she moved to the Spanish court. In particular her depictions of children were fresh and closely observed. At the Spanish court she painted formal state portraits in the prevailing official style. In later life, she also painted religious themes, although many of her religious paintings have been lost. Anguissola became a wealthy patron of the arts after the weakening of her sight. In 1625, she died at age ninety-three in Palermo. Anguissola's example, as much as her oeuvre, had a lasting influence on subsequent generations of artists, and her great success opened the way for larger numbers of women to pursue serious careers as artists. Her paintings can be seen at galleries in Boston, MA (Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum), Bergamo, Brescia, Budapest, Madrid (Museo del Prado), Naples, Siena, and at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. The art historian Giorgio Vasari wrote about Anguissola that she "has shown greater application and better grace than any other woman of our age in her endeavors at drawing; she has thus succeeded not only in drawing, coloring and painting from nature, and copying excellently from others, but by herself has created rare and very beautiful paintings." (en)
  • Sofonisba Anguissola (* um 1531/1532 in Cremona; † 16. November 1625 in Palermo) war eine italienische Malerin der Renaissance und die erfolgreichste Künstlerin dieser Epoche. (de)
  • Sofonisba Anguissola (Cremona, hacia 1535 - Palermo, 1625) fue una pintora italiana considerada la primera mujer pintora de éxito del Renacimiento. Cultivó especialmente el retrato y el autoretrato, estableciendo nuevas reglas en el ámbito del retrato femenino. A los 27 años se estableció en España, en la corte de Felipe II. Se le adjudica un significativo papel como eslabón entre el retrato italiano y el español en el siglo XVI además de notable influencia en el desarrollo posterior de este género en Italia. Su trayectoria resultó un precedente para varias mujeres artistas que habían sido excluidas de la enseñanza académica, de gremios y talleres y del mecenazgo papal, pero que sí encontraron respaldo en las cortes europeas entre los siglos XVI y XVIII. (es)
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Anguissola. Pour les autres membres de la famille, voir Famille Anguissola. Sofonisba Anguissola (Crémone, c. 1535 - Palerme, 1625) est une femme peintre italienne maniériste spécialisée dans les portraits, qui a été active au XVIe et au début du XVIIe siècle. (fr)
  • ソフォニスバ・アングイッソラ (Sofonisba Anguissola、Anguisciolaの綴りもある。姓はアンギッソラと表記することもあり。 1532年 - 1625年11月16日)は、イタリアのルネサンス期の女性画家。 (ja)
  • Sofonisba Anguissola (também conhecida por Anguisciola) (Cremona, 1532 — Palermo, 16 de Novembro de 1625) foi uma pintora renascentista italiana, discípula de Bernardino Campi. Foi a primeira artista a adquirir fama internacional de que se tem notícia. Foi admirada por Michelângelo e Anthony van Dyck, entre outros. Anguissola nasceu no seio de uma família nobre, mas relativamente pobre. Ela recebeu uma educação boa e completa, que incluiu as belas artes, a sua aprendizagem com pintores locais estabeleceu um precedente para que as mulheres pudessem ser aceites como estudantes de arte. Enquanto jovem mulher, Anguissola viajou para Roma, onde foi apresentada a Michelangelo, que imediatamente reconheceu o seu talento, e para Milão, onde pintou o Duque de Alba e Isabel de Valois, mulher de Filipe II de Espanha, que era pintora amadora. Posteriormente em 1569, Anguissola foi convidada para ir para Madrid e ser tutora de Isabel, com o posto de dama de companhia. Mais tarde, ela tornou-se pintora oficial da corte do rei e adaptou o seu estilo às exigências mais formais de retratos oficiais para a corte espanhola. Após a morte da rainha, Filipe ajudou a organizar-lhe um casamento aristocrático. Mudou-se para Palermo e, posteriormente, Pisa e Génova, onde continuou a atividade como pintora principal de retratos, aparentemente com o apoio dos seus dois maridos, vivendo até a idade de noventa e três anos. As suas pinturas mais características e atrativas são os retratos de si e da sua família, pintados antes de ela ter-se mudado para a corte espanhola. Em particular, as suas pinturas de crianças eram inovadoras e muito apreciadas. Na corte espanhola pintou retratos de Estado formais, no estilo oficial em vigor. No fim da vida, ela também pintou temas religiosos, embora muitas das suas pinturas religiosas tenham sido perdidas. Anguissola tornou-se numa rica patrona das artes após o enfraquecimento da sua vista, e em 1625 morreu aos noventa e três anos de idade em Palermo. O exemplo de Anguissola, tanto quanto as suas obras, tiveram influência duradoura sobre as gerações seguintes de artistas e o seu grande sucesso abriu caminho para que muitas mulheres pudessem seguir carreiras sérias como artistas. As suas pinturas podem ser vistas em galerias em Boston, (Isabella Stewart Museu Gardner), Bergamo, Brescia, Budapeste, Madrid (Museo do Prado), Nápoles, Siena, e na Galeria Uffizi, em Florença. O historiador de arte Giorgio Vasari escreveu sobre Anguissola que ela "mostrou maior dedicação e graça do que qualquer outra mulher do nosso tempo nas sua ambições em desenho; portanto ela não só conseguiu isso no desenho, como também na coloração e pintura da natureza, e como na cópia excelentemente de outros artistas, mas também por que ela mesma criou pinturas raras e muito bonitas. "[1] (pt)
  • Sofonisba Anguissola (ur. ok. 1532 w Cremonie - zm. 1625 w Palermo) – włoska malarka epoki renesansu. (pl)
  • Sofonisba Anguissola (Cremona, 1532- Palermo, 1625) was een Italiaans schilder ten tijde van de Italiaanse renaissance. Als innovatieve portretkunstenaar was zij een van de eerste wereldberoemde vrouwelijke kunstschilders. Anguissola werd opgeleid door Bernardino Campi (1522-1591) en Bernardino Gatti (1495-1575). Anguissola was van goede komaf, maar zelfs als adellijke vrouw was het haar niet toegestaan om ​​anatomie te bestuderen. Hierdoor was zij verplicht modellen te nemen uit haar omgeving. Hierbij ontwikkelde zij een eigen stijl met een nieuw type portretten, met modellen die ze in een huiselijke omgeving schilderde. Haar heel persoonlijke en expressieve portretten zijn interessant omdat ze echte mensen uitbeelden, van wie ze de emoties raak wist weer te geven. In het begin schilderde ze vooral zelfportretten. Gedurende haar hele leven schilderde zij ook portretten van Madonna met kind, samen met beelden van de Piëta, tijdens de renaissance twee van de populairste devotionele onderwerpen. In 1558 werd Anguissola geïntroduceerd aan het hof van Spanje door de hertog van Alva, Fernando Álvarez de Toledo (1508-1582). Zij werd hofdame in het koninklijke huishouden van Elisabeth van Valois, de derde echtgenote van Filips II en bleef in Spanje portretten schilderen. (nl)
  • Софонисба Ангвиссо́ла (Ангуиссола; итал. Sofonisba Anguissola [anɡwisˈsɔla]) (ок. 1532, Кремона — 16 ноября 1625, Палермо) — итальянская художница, первая известная художница эпохи Ренессанса. (ru)
  • 索福尼斯巴·安圭索拉(意大利语:Sofonisba Anguissola,1532年-1625年),她是文艺复兴时期歐洲首位具有国际声望的矯飾主義女画家,她因把義大利畫派引入了西班牙文化而為人稱道。 (zh)
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  • Sofonisba Anguissola (* um 1531/1532 in Cremona; † 16. November 1625 in Palermo) war eine italienische Malerin der Renaissance und die erfolgreichste Künstlerin dieser Epoche. (de)
  • Sofonisba Anguissola (Cremona, hacia 1535 - Palermo, 1625) fue una pintora italiana considerada la primera mujer pintora de éxito del Renacimiento. Cultivó especialmente el retrato y el autoretrato, estableciendo nuevas reglas en el ámbito del retrato femenino. A los 27 años se estableció en España, en la corte de Felipe II. Se le adjudica un significativo papel como eslabón entre el retrato italiano y el español en el siglo XVI además de notable influencia en el desarrollo posterior de este género en Italia. Su trayectoria resultó un precedente para varias mujeres artistas que habían sido excluidas de la enseñanza académica, de gremios y talleres y del mecenazgo papal, pero que sí encontraron respaldo en las cortes europeas entre los siglos XVI y XVIII. (es)
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Anguissola. Pour les autres membres de la famille, voir Famille Anguissola. Sofonisba Anguissola (Crémone, c. 1535 - Palerme, 1625) est une femme peintre italienne maniériste spécialisée dans les portraits, qui a été active au XVIe et au début du XVIIe siècle. (fr)
  • ソフォニスバ・アングイッソラ (Sofonisba Anguissola、Anguisciolaの綴りもある。姓はアンギッソラと表記することもあり。 1532年 - 1625年11月16日)は、イタリアのルネサンス期の女性画家。 (ja)
  • Sofonisba Anguissola (ur. ok. 1532 w Cremonie - zm. 1625 w Palermo) – włoska malarka epoki renesansu. (pl)
  • Софонисба Ангвиссо́ла (Ангуиссола; итал. Sofonisba Anguissola [anɡwisˈsɔla]) (ок. 1532, Кремона — 16 ноября 1625, Палермо) — итальянская художница, первая известная художница эпохи Ренессанса. (ru)
  • 索福尼斯巴·安圭索拉(意大利语:Sofonisba Anguissola,1532年-1625年),她是文艺复兴时期歐洲首位具有国际声望的矯飾主義女画家,她因把義大利畫派引入了西班牙文化而為人稱道。 (zh)
  • Sofonisba Anguissola (c. 1532 – 16 November 1625), also known as Sophonisba Angussola or Anguisciola, was an Italian Renaissance painter born in Cremona to a noble family, but a relatively poor one. She received a well-rounded education, that included the fine arts, and her apprenticeship with local painters set a precedent for women to be accepted as students of art. As a young woman, Anguissola traveled to Rome where she was introduced to Michelangelo, who immediately recognized her talent, and to Milan, where she painted the Duke of Alba. Elizabeth of Valois, the queen of Philip II of Spain, was a keen amateur painter, and in 1559 Anguissola was recruited to go to Madrid as her tutor, with the rank of lady-in-waiting. She later became an official court painter to the king, and adapted h (en)
  • Sofonisba Anguissola (também conhecida por Anguisciola) (Cremona, 1532 — Palermo, 16 de Novembro de 1625) foi uma pintora renascentista italiana, discípula de Bernardino Campi. Foi a primeira artista a adquirir fama internacional de que se tem notícia. Foi admirada por Michelângelo e Anthony van Dyck, entre outros. (pt)
  • Sofonisba Anguissola (Cremona, 1532- Palermo, 1625) was een Italiaans schilder ten tijde van de Italiaanse renaissance. Als innovatieve portretkunstenaar was zij een van de eerste wereldberoemde vrouwelijke kunstschilders. Anguissola werd opgeleid door Bernardino Campi (1522-1591) en Bernardino Gatti (1495-1575). In 1558 werd Anguissola geïntroduceerd aan het hof van Spanje door de hertog van Alva, Fernando Álvarez de Toledo (1508-1582). Zij werd hofdame in het koninklijke huishouden van Elisabeth van Valois, de derde echtgenote van Filips II en bleef in Spanje portretten schilderen. (nl)
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