ISABELLA Of ESTE 1474 1539 Marchesa of Mantova daughter of the Duke Hercules of Ferrara and Eleonora of Aragon to sixteen years married Francesco Gonzaga. It was one of the more remarkable women and refined of the Rinascimento lover of music and the poetry made of Mantova a culture center. Isabella d Este was skillful diplomat and held the government of ducato with firmness or during the imprisonment of the husband to Venice obtaining some by means of negotiations its liberation or to govern after its dead women 1519 . Sensitive to the callback of the beautiful one and the ancient Isabella the attention enriched the rooms of the Castle concentrating on the Studiolo and the Cove two small rooms to she you leave it from the spouse. For the intense activities to the Studiolo one addressed successively to painter Giovan Luca Palombeni and to the Mantegna. For the Cove it called the Mola siblings that inlaid on wood panels the architectures of city and fantastic palaces musical instruments and graceful scenes of court. In this Isabella room it collects every kind of masterpiece bronzetti precious manuscripts musical instruments and a map of the world in which it followed the travels of Columbus. Of 1600 pieces today of three are remained single. Press facsimile of XIX the century from painting of Titian Portrait of Isabella d Este 1534 36

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title: TITIAN: PORTRAIT DI ISABELLA OF ESTE

subject date: 2005-09-12

caption: ISABELLA Of ESTE (1474-1539) Marchesa of Mantova, daughter of the Duke Hercules of Ferrara and Eleonora of Aragon, to sixteen years married Francesco Gonzaga. It was one of the more remarkable women and refined of the Rinascimento, lover of music and the poetry, made of Mantova a culture center. Isabella d' Este was skillful diplomat and held the government of ducato with firmness or during the imprisonment of the husband to Venice, obtaining some by means of negotiations its liberation, or to govern after its dead women (1519). Sensitive to the callback of the beautiful one and the ancient Isabella the attention enriched the rooms of the Castle concentrating on the Studiolo and the Cove, two small rooms to she you leave it from the spouse. For the intense activities to the Studiolo one addressed successively to painter Giovan Luca Palombeni and to the Mantegna. For the Cove it called the Mola siblings that inlaid on wood panels the architectures of city and fantastic palaces, musical instruments and graceful scenes of court. In this Isabella room it collects every kind of masterpiece: bronzetti, precious manuscripts, musical instruments and a map of the world in which it followed the travels of Columbus. Of 1600 pieces today of three are remained single. Press facsimile of XIX the century, from painting of Titian “Portrait of Isabella d' Este”, 1534-36

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