Jacopo Carucci was born #onthisday May 24th 1494 A.D. and died January 2nd 1557A.D. He was an Italian Mannerist painter and portraitist of the Florentine School.

His style of works showed the stylistic shift from the calm perspective the characters in the art of the Florentine Renaissance.

Jacopo was famous for his twining poses, coupled with the Ambiguous perspective, such as seen floating and in a different environment, with the unattached Forces of Gravity.

 

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