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Domenico Del Barbiere Gallery

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Choose from 7 pictures in our Domenico Del Barbiere collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Gloria, 1540/1545. Creator: Domenico del Barbiere
Gloria, 1540/1545. Creator: Domenico del Barbiere
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Squelettes et Écorchés, c. 1540-1545. Creator: Domenico del Barbiere
Squelettes et Écorchés, c. 1540-1545. Creator: Domenico del Barbiere
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The Banquet of Alexander the Great, 1544/46. Creator: Domenico del Barbiere
The Banquet of Alexander the Great, 1544/46. Creator: Domenico del Barbiere
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The Banquet of Alexander, 1540-50. Creator: Domenico del Barbiere
The Banquet of Alexander, 1540-50. Creator: Domenico del Barbiere
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Amphiaraus, 1540-50. Creator: Domenico del Barbiere
Amphiaraus, 1540-50. Creator: Domenico del Barbiere
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The Stoning of Saint Stephen, 16th century. Creator: Domenico del Barbiere
The Stoning of Saint Stephen, 16th century. Creator: Domenico del Barbiere
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Gloria, 1535 or 1536. Creator: Domenico del Barbiere (Italian, c. 1506-c. 1571)
Gloria, 1535 or 1536. Creator: Domenico del Barbiere (Italian, c. 1506-c. 1571)
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Gloria, 1535 or 1536. Creator: Domenico del Barbiere (Italian, c. 1506-c. 1571) Featured Image

Gloria, 1535 or 1536. Creator: Domenico del Barbiere (Italian, c. 1506-c. 1571)

Gloria, 1535 or 1536. This engraving was based upon a preparatory study for a fresco by Rosso Fiorentino, made to decorate the royal chateau at Fontainebleau. Glory, or Fame, is personified as a draped, winged woman standing on a globe, triumphantly brandishing a trumpet in each hand. Created for the purpose of rallying military forces and sounding signals associated with religious ceremonies, the trumpet has existed since antiquity. Throughout the Hebrew, Greek, and Roman worlds, trumpets symbolized religious, military, and imperial power, and in this engraving, the instrument celebrated the magnificence of Francis I, King of France from 1515 until his death in 1547

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