Explore Cosimo Medici, Italian Gardens and more!

cosimo medici

cosimo medici

"Villa Castello was the project of first Duke of Tuscany Cosimo De’ Medici, and it begun when he was only seventeen in 1538. Designed by Tribolo, the upper garden included orange trees, and a lower garden had tunnels of citrus trees and cedars. A central axis featured a series of fountains. Marble monuments and grottos with mosaics, pebbles, sea shells, ponds with bronze statues and labyrinths were also included".

"Villa Castello was the project of first Duke of Tuscany Cosimo De’ Medici, and it begun when he was only seventeen in 1538. Designed by Tribolo, the upper garden included orange trees, and a lower garden had tunnels of citrus trees and cedars. A central axis featured a series of fountains. Marble monuments and grottos with mosaics, pebbles, sea shells, ponds with bronze statues and labyrinths were also included".

The Boboli Gardens - Google Search,The Boboli Gardens were created by Cosimo I de' Medici, the Duke of Florence in 1537 ..

The Boboli Gardens - Google Search,The Boboli Gardens were created by Cosimo I de' Medici, the Duke of Florence in 1537 ..

Bronzino- Cosimo I de' Medici in Armour  c. 1550  Oil on wood, 114 x 89 cm  Museo degli Argenti, Florence

Bronzino- Cosimo I de' Medici in Armour c. 1550 Oil on wood, 114 x 89 cm Museo degli Argenti, Florence

An Italian 19th century Jaune de Sienne marble group of the naked dwarf Morgante riding a turtle after the 'fontanella del Nano Morgante'.

An Italian 19th century Jaune de Sienne marble group of the naked dwarf Morgante riding a turtle after the 'fontanella del Nano Morgante'.

“Portrait of Eleonora of Toledo with her Son Giovanni de’ Medici” (1544-1545) (detail) by Agnolo di Cosimo (1503-1572).

“Portrait of Eleonora of Toledo with her Son Giovanni de’ Medici” (1544-1545) (detail) by Agnolo di Cosimo (1503-1572).

Sepulchral slab in honour of Cosimo de'Medici (Cosimo the Elder) by Andrea del Verrocchio in the church above the tomb in the basement of Cosimo de'Medici at the Basilica di San Lorenzo, Florence.

Sepulchral slab in honour of Cosimo de'Medici (Cosimo the Elder) by Andrea del Verrocchio in the church above the tomb in the basement of Cosimo de'Medici at the Basilica di San Lorenzo, Florence.

Villa di Castello, Tuscany, (1538)  Villa di Castello was the project of Cosimo I de' Medici, first Duke of Tuscany, begun when he was only seventeen. It was designed by Niccolò Tribolo who designed two other gardens: the Giardino dei Semplici (1545) and the Boboli Gardens (1550) for Cosimo.

Villa di Castello, Tuscany, (1538) Villa di Castello was the project of Cosimo I de' Medici, first Duke of Tuscany, begun when he was only seventeen. It was designed by Niccolò Tribolo who designed two other gardens: the Giardino dei Semplici (1545) and the Boboli Gardens (1550) for Cosimo.

Pinterest
Search