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  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - The Presentation of the Virgin
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - Christ Crowned with Thorns
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - The Healing of Anianus
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - Madonna and Child 1
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - The Annunciation
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - A Saint on Horseback
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - The Madonna and Child with St John the Baptist and Mary Magdalen
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - The Marriage of Bacchus and Ariadne
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - David and Jonathan
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - Saint Jerome in yhe desert
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - St. Helena
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - St Peter Martyr with St Nicholas of Bari, St Benedict and an Angel Musician
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - The Penitent St Jerome in the Wilderness
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - Coronation of the Virgin
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - Madonna Enthroned with the Child
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - Madonna of the Orange Tree
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - St Peter Enthroned with Saints
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - St Christopher with the Infant Christ and St Peter
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - The Virgin and Child with a Goldfinch
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - Saint Jerome in a Landscape
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - Madonna and Child
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - The Incredulity of St. Thomas with St. Magno Vescovo
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - St John the Baptist with Saints
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - The Incredulity of Saint Thomas
  • Giambattista Cima Da Conegliano - Adoration of the Shepherds
 
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Giovanni Battista Cima, also called Cima da Conegliano (c. 1459 – c. 1517) was an Italian Renaissance painter.

Giovanni Battista Cima was born at Conegliano, now part of the province of Treviso, in 1459 or 1460. His father, who died in 1484, was a cloth-shearer (cimator), hence the family surname.

In 1488 the young painter was at work at Vicenza; in 1492 he established himself at Venice, but by the summer of 1516 he had returned to his native place. Cima married twice, his first wife, Corona, bore him two sons, the older of whom took Holy orders at Padua. By Joanna, his second wife, he had six children, three being daughters.

His oldest painting inscribed with a date is the Madonna of the Arbour (1489; now in Museum of Vicenza). This picture is done in distemper and savours so much of the style of Bartolomeo Montagna, who lived at Vicenza from 1480, as to make it highly probable that Cima was his pupil. Even in this early production Cima gave evidence of the serious calm, and almost passionless spirit that so eminently characterized him. Later he fell under the spell of the great Giovanni Bellini and became one of his ablest successors, forming a happy, if not indispensable link between this master and Titian.

At first his figures were somewhat crude, but they gradually lost their harshness and gained in grace while still preserving the dignity. In the background of his facile, harmonious compositions the mountains of his country are invested with new importance. Cima was one of the first Italians to assign a place for landscape depiction, and to formulate the laws of atmosphere and of the distribution of light and shade. His Baptism of Christ in the church of S. Giovanni in Bragora (Venice, 1492), gives striking evidence of this. The colouring is rich and right with a certain silvery tone peculiar to Cima, but which in his later works merges into a delicate gold. His conceptions are usually calm and undramatic, and he has painted scarcely any scenes (having depicted religious ones almost exclusively) that are not suggestive of "sante conversazioni". His Incredulity of St. Thomas (National Gallery, London) and his beautiful Nativity (Venice, Santa Maria dei Carmini, 1509) are hardly aught else. But most of his paintings represent Madonnas enthroned among the elect, and in these subjects he observes a gently animated symmetry. The groupings of these sainted figures, even though they may not have a definitely pious character, and the impression of unspeakable peace. Such are, among others, the magnificent Madonna Montinini (about 1507) in the Parma Museum; the Madonna with Four Saints (about 1511) in the Gemäldegalerie, Berlin, and the smaller Virgin and Child Enthroned with St. John the Baptist and the Magdalen (about 1513) in the Louvre, which was Cima's last bequest as poet and landscape painter.
Giovanni Battista Cima, également appelé Cima da Conegliano (c. 1459 - c. 1517) est un peintre italien de la Renaissance. Giovanni Battista Cima est né à Conegliano, qui fait maintenant partie de la province de Trévise, en 1459 ou 1460. Son père, décédé en 1484, a été un chiffon tondeur (cimator), d'où le nom de famille. En 1488, le jeune peintre é...
Giovanni Battista Cima , auch genannt Cima da Conegliano (c. 1459 - c. 1517) war ein italienischer Renaissance-Maler. Giovanni Battista Cima War in Conegliano, jetzt Teil von der Provinz Treviso, im Jahr 1459 oder 1460 geboren. Sein Vater, der im Jahre 1484 starb, war ein Tuch-Shearer (Scherung), daher die Familiennamen. Im Jahre 1488 den jungen Ma...
Giovanni Battista Cima, detto anche Cima da Conegliano (c. 1459 - c. 1517) fu un pittore italiano del Rinascimento. Giovanni Battista Cima è nato a Conegliano, ora parte della provincia di Treviso, nel 1459 o 1460. Suo padre, morto nel 1484, era un panno-tosa (cimator), da cui il cognome di famiglia. Nel 1488 il giovane pittore era al lavoro a Vice...
Giovanni Battista Cima , también llamada Cima da Conegliano (c. 1459 - c. 1517) fue un pintor italiano del Renacimiento. Giovanni Battista Cima nació en Conegliano, ahora parte de la provincia de Treviso, en 1459 o 1460. Su padre, que murió en 1484, fue un paño-Shearer (corte), de ahí el apellido de la familia. En 1488 el joven pintor estaba trabaj...
Джованни Баттиста Чима, которая также называется Чима да Конельяно (ок. 1459 - ок 1517) был итальянский живописец эпохи Возрождения. Джованни Баттиста Чима родился в Конельяно, ныне являющейся частью провинции Тревизо, в 1459 или 1460. Его отец, который умер в 1484 году, был тканью комбайна (cimator), следовательно, семья фамилию. В 1488 молодой ху...
乔万尼巴蒂斯塔西玛,也被称为“西玛DA科内利亚诺”(1459 - C. C. 1517)是意大利文艺复兴时期的画家。 乔万尼巴蒂斯塔西玛出生于科内利亚诺,现在特雷维索省的一部分,在1459或1460。在1484去世,他的父亲,是布希勒(cimator),因此家庭的姓氏。 1488年,年轻的画家是在维琴察的工作,于1492年,他建立了自己在威尼斯,但由1516夏天,他回到了老家。西玛结过两次婚,第一任妻子,电晕,为他生了两个儿子的旧的人了神圣的命令,在帕多瓦。乔安娜,他的第二任妻子,他有六个孩子,三个女儿。 他的最古老的画,刻有日期的阿尔布尔麦当娜(1489,现在在维琴察博物馆)。这张照片是在犬瘟热和这么多的巴托洛梅奥Montagna,谁住在维琴察,从1480开始,以它极有可能西玛是他的学生风...
Giovanni Battista Cima, também chamado de Cima da Conegliano (c. 1459 - c. 1517) foi um pintor renascentista italiano. Giovanni Battista Cima nasceu em Conegliano, agora faz parte da província de Treviso, em 1459 ou 1460. Seu pai, que morreu em 1484, foi um pano tosquiador (cimator), daí o sobrenome da família. Em 1488 o jovem pintor estava no trab...
マダココネリアーノ(紀元前1459〜1517℃)とも呼ばれるジョヴァンニバッティスタシーマは、イタリアルネサンスの画家。 ジョバンニバティスタシーマは今コネリアーノ、1459または1460でトレヴィーゾの県の一部、で生まれた。 1484年に亡くなった彼の父は、、それ故に布 - シアラー(cimator)、家族の姓だった。 1488年に若い画家はヴィチェンツァで働いていた、1492年に彼はヴェネツィアでの地位を確立し、しかし1516の夏までに彼は彼の故郷に戻っていた。 シーマは二度結婚し、彼の最初の妻、コロナは、彼のパドヴァで僧籍を取った古い人の二人の息子を、産んだ。 ジョアンナ、二番目の妻によって、彼は6人の子供、三という人の娘があった。 日付が刻まれた彼の最も古い絵画は、アーバーのマドンナ...
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