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Self-portrait in a convex mirror
Self-portrait in a convex mirror
Self-portrait in a convex mirror
Parmigianino, real name Francesco Mazzola; Italian painter.
Parma 11.1.1503 – Casalmaggiore 28.8.1540.

“Self-portrait in a convex mirror”, c. 1523/24.

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(1503 - 1540)
Parmigianino (born Francesco Maria Mazzola), 1503 – 154,
Italian Mannerist painter and printmaker active in Florence, Rome, Bologna, and his native city of Parma. His work is characterized by a "refined sensuality".

Parmigianino died 475 years ago and left behind an extensive body of work. In his paintings and engravings, Parmigianino elongated the human form, most famously perhaps in his "Madonna dal collo lungo" (Madonna of the long neck").

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