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File:Pacioli.jpg

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Summary

Jacopo de' Barbari: Portrait of Luca Pacioli  wikidata:Q732821 reasonator:Q732821
Artist
artist QS:P170,Q927350,P5102,Q230768
Jacopo de' Barbari: Portrait of Luca Pacioli
Title
Portrait of Luca Pacioli (1445–1517) with a student (Guidobaldo da Montefeltro?)
Object type painting / panel painting Edit this at Wikidata
Genre portrait Edit this at Wikidata
Description
English: It shows Pacioli standing behind a table and wearing the habit of a member of the Franciscan order. He draws a construction on a board, the edge of which bears the name Euclides. His left hand rests upon a page of an open book. This book may be his Summa de Arithmetica, Geometria, Proportioni et Proportionalità or a copy of Euclid. Upon the table rest the instruments of a mathematician: a sponge, a protractor, a pen, a case, a piece of chalk, and compasses. In the right corner of the table there is a dodecahedron resting upon a book bearing Pacioli's initials. An rhombicuboctahedron (a convex solid consisting of 18 squares and 8 triangles) suspends at the left of the painting. The identity of the young man at the right is uncertain, but one commentator recognizes the "eternal student" instructed by Pacioli. Some authors have also mentioned the possibility that the student is Dürer.
Italiano: L'opera, pur essendo esposta nella Galleria Farnese, non fa parte della Collezione Farnese, trattandosi di un acquisto dello Stato italiano fatto nel 1903-1904. Il dipinto raffigura il frate francescano Luca Pacioli, matematico e studioso delle proporzioni, mentre svolge un problema di geometria. Accanto gli sta un giovane nobile che potrebbe essere identificato con Guidobaldo da Montefeltro. Fra i vari oggetti disposti sul tavolo, il libro aperto presenta delle lettere che si riferiscono al titolo di un'opera del Pacioli, un trattato di matematica pubblicato a Venezia nel 1494 e dedicato proprio a Guidobaldo. Sospeso ad un filo vi è infine un poliedro in vetro nel quale si riflette un edificio molto simile al Palazzo Ducale di Urbino.
Depicted people Luca Pacioli Edit this at Wikidata
Date 1495
date QS:P571,+1495-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Medium oil on panel
medium QS:P186,Q296955;P186,Q287,P518,Q861259
Dimensions Height: 98 cm (38.5 in); Width: 108 cm (42.5 in)
dimensions QS:P2048,98U174728
dimensions QS:P2049,108U174728
institution QS:P195,Q290549
Accession number
inv. Q 58
Exhibition history 2012 La Città ideale, L’utopia del Rinascimento a Urbino tra Piero della Francesca e Raffaello.
References
Source/Photographer Lauwers, Luc & Willekens, Marleen: Five Hundred Years of Bookkeeping: A Portrait of Luca Pacioli (Tijdschrift voor Economie en Management, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, 1994, vol. XXXIX issue 3 p. 289–304) pdf

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Portrait of Luca Pacioli (1445–1517) with a student, attributed to Jacopo de' Barbari

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