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A public domain book is one that was never subject to copyright or whose legal copyright term has expired. The extraordinarily lifelike figure to the extreme left in the Pitti "Adoration," has even been considered to be a likeness of Pontormo himself, although for such a conjecture there is no foundation. 63) and 6530 are finished studies for the whole figure, draped as in the painting, and Uflfizi 6547 (fig. Whether a book is in the public domain may vary country to country. The portrait of Giovann' Antonio Lappoli," who came momentarily under Jacopo's instruction" just after the "Faith and Charity" of the Servites was finished, as well as the portrait of Becuccio Bicchieraio's son-in-law with a friend," have been lost. 64), is a rare but ruined study for the head, enigmatical, enchantingly felt, dainty and free. In Pontormo 's Diary there are many diminutive ucetches (cf. 152) relative to these frescoes, but we cannot tell to what subject they refer.
Public domain books belong to the public and we are merely their custodians. • Biblioteca Nazionale, Firenze, Codice Aialdico, p. In 1381 a Rogerius Taddei Carucci,* * * pannolini, * '" is mentioned in the "Squittinio del Gonf alone di Bue,'* and we know that five years later, between March, 1386, and April, 1387, a Carucci of the same name,^^ but this time called a "vinaiolo,''" sat in the Signoria of Florence. It is among certain drawings that preserve early tentative poses of this figure that we find two of Pontormo 's rarest sketches (fig. These drawings, so perfect in structure and yet so prompt, so transfused with the quickness of lyric beauty, attain to a quality HIS LIFE AND WORK that we should look for in vain in the work of Del Sarto. Whether a book is still in copyright varies from country to country, and we can't offer guidance on whether any specific use of any specific book is allowed. 69 ; Uffizi 6651) from which the figure was transferred to the wall. Please do not assume that a book's appearance in Google Book Search means it can be used in any manner anywhere in the world. It is exquisitely lovely, of liquid tonality, the movement seized with masterly definition. The little panel must therefore have been in existence before September 5, 1508, the date of Raphae Ps departure for Rome." Pontormo was not then fourteen. However that may have been, we now know from a document that, on January 24, 1508, all that was left of his father's tiny estate passed into the hands of the Public Guardians." Left, then, to work out his own future unaided and undi- rected Pontormo gave immediate evidence of his mobi Kty of spirit. 9 PONTORMO the young Pontormo hid himself in Sant'Agostino alia Porta a Faenza to make his drawings, and that mitil they were quite finished he did not go to the **bottega'' to show them to his master. And from that day, for reasons known only to himself, he shut the doors of his shop against Jacopo.^^ Such is Yasari's tale, mere gossip perhaps, but indicative of an attitude of mind not unlike that of the whimsical and solitary Pontormo. Or did he show an aptitude that parents in those days were often quick to notice and appreciate? We have, however, reason to conjecture that he was precocious, for Vasari speaks of a small " Annunciation, *' painted while Jacopo was still with Alberti- nelli," which the elder master used proudly to show to all those who came to his "bottega/' Raphael once saw it, and was amazed that it was the work of one so young. No parent hampered him, for, if we are to believe Vasari, Mona Brigida soon returned with Jacopo's sister** to Pontormo, and from there she could hardly have influenced her grandson.
Refrain from automated querying Do not send automated queries of any sort to Google's system: If you are conducting research on machine translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a large amount of text is helpful, please contact us. During the fifteenth century their fortunes do not seem to have risen, and, although one branch of the family continued to live in Florence, we know little about them except that in 1460 a Ruggiero Carucci was buried in Santa Croce," and that between 1481 • Tile or dipper maker. For the left half of the lunette, less copious material has come down to us.