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Examples of "tosini"
Michele Tosini (1503–1577) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance and Mannerist period, who worked in Florence.
Tosini also finished eighth in the two-man event at the 2004 FIBT World Championships in Königssee.
He should not be confused with Michele Tosini, the Renaissance painter from Florence called "Michele di Ridolfo" because he worked for Ridolfo del Ghirlandaio.
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Tosini began painting in the early 16th-century Florentine style of Fra Bartolommeo and Andrea del Sarto (e.g. the Virgin of the Sacred Girdle, c. 1525; Florence, San Marco). His acceptance of Mannerism was slow, but by the 1540s the influence of Francesco Salviati and Agnolo Bronzino was visible in his work. After 1556, Tosini served as an assistant to Giorgio Vasari in the decoration of the "Salone dei Cinquecento" in the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence. Through Vasari's example, Tosini adopted a vocabulary derived from the work of Michelangelo and painted some of his best-known works in this manner (e.g. "Night", c. 1560; Rome, Galleria Colonna, and "Leda", c. 1560; Rome, Galleria Borghese). He executed several important commissions late in his career: the fresco decoration of three city gates of Florence (1560s), the altar in the chapel at the Villa Caserotta (1561), near San Casciano Val di Pesa, and the paintings on the sides and back of the tabernacle of the high altar of Santa Maria della Quercia (1570), Viterbo. According to Vasari, Tosini headed a large workshop that executed numerous altarpieces and paintings. He was also a notable portraitist.
A great number of altar-pieces were executed by Ghirlandaio, with the assistance of his favorite pupil, Michele Tosini (who due to his mentor acquired the name "Michele di Ridolfo"). Other of his pupils were Mariano Grazidei of Pescia, Carlo Portelli of Loro in the Valdarno, and Baccio Gotti who moved to France.
Michele Tosini is represented in the following collections amongst others: National Gallery, London; Czartoryski Museum; Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, University of Glasgow; McMullen Museum of Art at Boston College; Palmer Museum of Art at Pennsylvania State University; State Museums of Florence Digital Archive, Italy.
The counter-facade has a fresco (1636) depicting the "Miracle of the Priest of Canapina" by Angelo Pucciati. The walls of the chapels have 17th and 18th-century frescoes detached from nearby suppressed or destroyed churches. In the presbitery is a small tempietto structure (1490) by Andrea Bregno, surrounding paintings were completed Michele Tosini, nephew of Domenico del Ghirlandaio.
Fabrizio Tosini (born November 30, 1969) is an Italian bobsledder who has competed since 1989. Competing in three Winter Olympics, he earned his best finish of 11th both in the two-man event at Salt Lake City in 2002 and in the four-man event at Turin in 2006.
In the church there are also the "Martyrdom of the Maccabees "(1863) by Antonio Ciseri in the 3rd chapel on the right, the "Meeting of St. Anne and St. Joachim", attributed to Michele Tosini, at the end of the right transept, the "Assumption of the Virgin with Saints" (1677), attributed to Baldassare Franceschini, at the end of the left transept.
Jennifer Lynn Tosini Wexton (born May 27, 1968) is an American attorney and politician from the Commonwealth of Virginia. Wexton represents the 33rd district in the Virginia Senate. It includes northeastern Loudoun County and northwestern Fairfax County. She is a member of the Democratic Party.
Born in Florence, he was initially trained as a decorator of facades and ceilings, enrolling in 1570 in the Florentine painters guild for such work, the Accademia delle Arti del Disegno, ("Academy of the Arts of Drawing"). He is also referred to as: "Bernardino Barbatelli" or "Bernardino delle Grottesche", "delle Facciate", or "delle Muse". He initially worked in the shop of Michele Tosini, and he participated in the broadly shared decoration of the Chiostro Grande of Santa Maria Novella in 1580s. In 1583–85, he helped decorate panegyric frescoes for the Palazzo Capponi. He also completed frescoes in San Pier Maggiore in San Pierino.
Next to the church is the cloistered monastery founded in 1503 and later enlarged during the life of Caterina de’ Ricci. The atrium leads to the Papalini Madonna Chapel which houses a 16th-century maiolica bust that legend holds caused the Spanish troops of Ferdinand II of Aragon and Pope Julius II to spare the monastery during the 1512 Sack of Prato. The altar has two panels depicting and "Assumption" and "Scenes from the Passion" (circa 1576) by Michele delle Colombe; it also houses precious paintings by Simone Pignoni ("Saints Catherine and Tecla"); Lorenzo Lippi ("St Francis di Sales"); Ridolfo del Ghirlandaio ("Madonna and Child"); as well from the studio of Giovanni Battista Naldini. There is an altarpiece by Michele Tosini in the garden of the Chapel of Madonna di Loreto. Some sites in the Convent are closed to visitors.
According to art historian Patrizia Tosini the altar statue is a mature work of the artist and opened a new era in Mannerist sculpture with its solemn and soft cloths, proto-classicist attitude, composure and chiaroscuro features, „far removed from the rigidity and hyperbole of his contemporaries”. Even the setting of the statue (documented in its present form from the middle of the 17th century) in a Tuscan-style altar made entirely of white marble, evokes more the coldness of certain 19th century funerary monuments, than the colorful and imaginative architectural structures of mid-sixteenth century Roman art. The statue bears the signature of the artist on its pedestal: JULIUS MAZZONUS PLACENTINUS PICTOR ET SCULPTOR.
The dining room holds one of the most famous works of the Loeser Collection, "The Portrait of Laura Battiferri" (wife of Bartolomeo Ammannati), by famous Renaissance painter Bronzino around 1555. Adjacent is another Mannerist work, "The Portrait of Ludovico Martelli", by a follower of Pontormo, possibly Michele Tosini. There is also a small sketch on fresco, "Battle of the Knights" for Vasari's "Defeat of the Pisans at the Tower of Saint Vincent", by a student Giovan Francesco Naldini, which used to be displayed on the balcony above the Salone dei Cinquecento by Vasari's complementary monumental work. By the fireplace are two Romanesque sculptures, a capital with an eagle (first half of the 13th century) and a Coronation Head (first half of 12th century).
In 1891, Mother Elena Arellano Chamorro founded "el Colegio La Immaculada" (The Immaculate School). In the same year, Francisco Javier Cabrini arrived in Nicaragua with eight nuns dedicated to teaching women in Mother Elena's newly created school. On August 20, 1894, General Jose Santos Zelaya expelled the religious group "Salesas Misioneras del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús" from Nicaragua and Mother Elena left the country with them. Upon her return to Nicaragua in 1895, she founded "el Colegio San Luis Gonzaga" (The San Luis Gonzaga School). This school was specifically for the education of young men. In 1903, Mother Elena prepared for the arrival of "las Oblatas Del Sagrado" "Corazón," these women were in charge of "el Colegio Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe" (french school). In March 1912, el Colegio San Juan Bosco began operations under the management of los Salesianos. These Salesianos in charge of this institution were Father José Misieri, Father José Dini, Jorge Müller (student) and Brother Esteban Tosini.
The bedrooms are named mainly after the type or colour of the original drapery. All the bedrooms, except the Lemon Room, have adjoining dressing rooms. The furniture in all the rooms was supplied by Gillows. The Silk Bedroom is above the Entrance Hall and was one of the principal guest rooms. It contains furniture of mahogany inlaid with ebony. The bed is a cut-down four poster bed. The Silk Dressing Room contains a large tin bath on castors. The other bedrooms are the Chintz Bedroom, which is furnished as a sitting room, the Lemon Bedroom, and the Amber Bedroom, which is furnished as a Victorian day nursery. Most of the paintings in the bedrooms depict family members. The Egerton Room was originally the Blue Bedroom but, with its dressing room, is now used for an exhibition about the Egerton family. In addition to family portraits, the paintings in these rooms include schemes for the design of the house by the architects, and paintings of architectural features by J. C. Buckler. There are also three paintings of excavations for the Manchester Ship Canal by Benjamin Williams Leader. Wilbraham Egerton, 1st Earl Egerton was the second chairman of the Manchester Ship Canal Company from 1887 to 1894. The dressing room includes paintings by Vasari and Tosini.