Agnolo (di Cosimo di Mariano)
[ah-nyaw-law dee kaw-zee-maw dee mah-ryah-naw] /ˈɑ nyɔ lɔ di ˈkɔ zi mɔ di mɑˈryɑ nɔ/ (Show IPA), 1502–72, Italian painter.
Historical Examples

She was the image of the wonderful Bronzino, which she must have a look at on every ground.
The Wings of the Dove, Volume 1 of 2 Henry James

As it is, Lorenzo’s studies in verse produce the same impression as Bronzino’s in painting.
Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature John Addington Symonds

The youth sitting on the steps with a basket in his hand is a portrait (Vasari tells us) of the painter’s pupil, Bronzino.
A Popular Handbook to the National Gallery, Volume I, Foreign Schools Various

By Bronzino there is a violin-player, a lad with a face beyond measure loveable.
Some Account of Gothic Architecture in Spain George Edmund Street

Pontormo and Bronzino, the painters, loaded it with compliments.
Renaissance in Italy Vol. 3 John Addington Symonds

While we read his tales, we cannot but remember the faces painted by Bronzino, or modeled by Cellini.
Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature John Addington Symonds

Some of the work of Bandinelli and Bronzino had to be removed.
Donatello David Lindsay, Earl of Crawford

Batista Naldini holds the third rank among the scholars of Bronzino.
The History of Painting in Italy, Vol. 1 (of 6) Luigi Antonio Lanzi

This was by the hand of Lorenzo Sciorini, a pupil of Bronzino and a young man of excellent promise.
Lives of the Most Eminent Painters, Sculptors & Architects Giorgio Vasari

Bronzino was employed to paint the portraits of many members of the Medici family.
A Popular Handbook to the National Gallery, Volume I, Foreign Schools Various

Il, real name Agnolo di Cosimo. 1503–72, Florentine mannerist painter

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