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    Benvenuto Cellini ê 3 review free download × eBook or Kindle ePUB ê Benvenuto Cellini review Vita di Benvenuto di Maestro Giovanni Cellini fiorentino scritta per lui medesimo in Firenze E M Forster sets a crucial chapter of A Room with a View in the Piazza della Signoria in Florence Forster's heroine Lucy Honeychurch witnesses a trivial but fatal dispute between two men in which knives are instantly drawn Lucy an Edwardian girl full of sensibility is horrified by the blood gushing from the mouth of the dying man and falls in a swoon Fortunately there is a michaelangelesue character standing nearby ready to catch her in h

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    KINDLE [Vita di Benvenuto di Maestro Giovanni Cellini fiorentino scritta per lui medesimo in Firenze] Benvenuto Cellini ê 3 review LIFE AMONGST METALS Benvenuto Cellini 1500 1571 was an extraordinary personality As a goldsmith a warrior a musician and a writer he certainly did not lack skills But I shall refer to him as Benvenuto Mister Welcome He was named so after a wait of eighteen years by his parents but if he becomes congenial to us also it is because

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    review Vita di Benvenuto di Maestro Giovanni Cellini fiorentino scritta per lui medesimo in Firenze Benvenuto Cellini ê 3 review KINDLE [Vita di Benvenuto di Maestro Giovanni Cellini fiorentino scritta per lui medesimo in Firenze] Cellini was a goldsmith and sculptor of genius and little of his work survives today Perseus with the Head of Medusa the bronze sculpture he made in 1545 being a stunning exception Precious metals tend to be melted down especially in times of strife One of the text's greatest pleasures therefore is Cellini's description of his works and his painstaking process of making them This is truly a book of an artist of exuisi

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    review Vita di Benvenuto di Maestro Giovanni Cellini fiorentino scritta per lui medesimo in Firenze Benvenuto Cellini ê 3 review KINDLE [Vita di Benvenuto di Maestro Giovanni Cellini fiorentino scritta per lui medesimo in Firenze] All men of whatsoever uality they be who have done anything of excellence or which may properly resemble excellence ought if they be persons of truth and honesty to describe their life with their own hand Why we like or dislike someone why we admire or despise them why we are happy or annoyed by their conversation are uestions difficult than they look After reading this book for example I have grown uite enad of Benvenut

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    KINDLE [Vita di Benvenuto di Maestro Giovanni Cellini fiorentino scritta per lui medesimo in Firenze] All men who have accomplished anything worthwhile should set down the story of their own lives with their own hands But they should

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    KINDLE [Vita di Benvenuto di Maestro Giovanni Cellini fiorentino scritta per lui medesimo in Firenze] To read this one wonders how Cellini survived to age 20 much less age 70 He is constantly killing and being attacked wenching his models contracting hideous illnesses or noting in passing the constant unexpected death of others and b

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    KINDLE [Vita di Benvenuto di Maestro Giovanni Cellini fiorentino scritta per lui medesimo in Firenze] Benvenuto Cellini ê 3 review review Vita di Benvenuto di Maestro Giovanni Cellini fiorentino scritta per lui medesimo in Firenze If you want people to be reading your autobiography almost than five hundred years later write as entertaining a book as t

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    KINDLE [Vita di Benvenuto di Maestro Giovanni Cellini fiorentino scritta per lui medesimo in Firenze] Italians do it better don't they? Well I think I just found myself a new role model of self confidenceBenvenuto Cellini was first and foremost a goldsmith and a sculptor but he made himself known and appreciated also as a flute player

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    KINDLE [Vita di Benvenuto di Maestro Giovanni Cellini fiorentino scritta per lui medesimo in Firenze] free download × eBook or Kindle ePUB ê Benvenuto Cellini I have never read a book written in 1558 before Benvenuto Cellini was born in Florence on 3 Nov 1500 and died on 13 Feb 1571 He began his autobiography in 1558 and it ended abruptly just before his last trip to Pisa about 1563 He apparently was a talented goldsmith sculptor and was also a flute player The first part of the book tells about the battles between Benvenuto and his father His father was a musician

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    KINDLE [Vita di Benvenuto di Maestro Giovanni Cellini fiorentino scritta per lui medesimo in Firenze] 475 stars This is a masterpiece alas sometimes Benvenuto Cellini provides too much detail and occasionally he loses focus which makes some small sections of the book a bit difficult to follow We must also keep in mind that Cellini may not always always be a reliable narrator; much of his book is spent writing self praise I have no issues with self praise especially not when displayed by a true genius; nonetheless in Cellini's ca

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Vita di Benvenuto di Maestro Giovanni Cellini fiorentino scritta per lui medesimo in Firenze

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Cellini was a goldsmith and sculptor of genius and little of his work survives today Perseus with the Head of Medusa the bronze sculpture he made in 1545 being a stunning exception Precious metals tend to be melted down especially in times of strife One of the text s greatest pleasures therefore is Cellini s description of his works and his painstaking process of making them This is truly a book of an artist of exuisite talent and his work plans Were it not for this text we would know little of the larger body of his work since as I ve said so few examples surviveThis praise aside one is tempted to label this memoir auto hagiography for a lot of it is about self promotion and securing the author s posthumous myth Cellini s self love can overwhelm he has no gift for humility But the fact remains that the book s also highly readable Readable as say Robert Louis Stevenson s Treasure Island is readable Suddenly he s walking down the street with his mentor Michelangelo or meeting with Pope Clement for whom he made many baubles or manning the Castel Sant Angelo s guns during the 1527 Sack of Rome by Holy Roman Emperor Charles VHe was one of those people who liked making enemies By tearing others down he d propping himself up Apparently his works alone were insufficient to the task of contenting him Perhaps because producing them reuired such fawning acuiescence before the rich and powerful Cellini was far too headstrong to be a courtier When he is calumniated by a vicious Vatican courtier who says he has gravely insulted the Pope Farnese now not Clement Cellini sets off to find work in France for the Pope will no longer pay him for his baubles true worth and he fears arrest On this journey by horseback we glimpse the pristine countryside in 1530 or so from Grisons to Zurich and then in and around Lausanne Geneva and Lyons until finally after fighting off murderous brigands the road to Paris is open But soon Cellini returns to his shop and boyfriends in Rome I found the rationale for doing so unclearWhen Pope Farnese s illegitimate son Signor Pier Luigi calumniates Cellini saying that during the Sack of Rome under Clement he stole Vatican jewelry worth 80000 crowns he is thrown without a hearing into prison which turns out to be the same Castel Sant Angelo from whose terrace he d valiantly supervised the Church s guns during the Sack The French king who met Cellini in Rome and whom Cellini has promised to come and serve for a time tries diplomatic measures to free him and fails Ultimately the wily goldsmith escapes by tying together strips of bedsheets but during the escape he breaks his leg On all fours then leaving a trail of blood he crawls through the streets to a friendly Cardinal s house for sanctuary Pleas from high society are then made to the pope on Cellini s behalf But once again Luigi smears him with a heinous lie outrageous than the first and Cellini is thrown into the Vatican s worst dungeon crawling with tarantulas and venomous worms Now his death is eagerly sought by the pope and his henchmen But finally the French king is victorious in his diplomacy and Cellini is almost literally spirited out of the VaticanThe French king Francis I inundates Cellini with money and honors I cannot understate how despicably corrupt the French royal court was My God the avarice And naturally there were no police no rule of law The so called chivalrous knights were too busy shaking down the peasantry for coins Moreover it s the 1540s so we can hardly fault Cellini for the many unsourced scenes in which he is not present but seems to possess a verbatim transcript Suspect too are his many speeches set before his noble patrons in which he wins the argument Many of these speeches feel like staircase wit Yiddish trepverter French l esprit de l escalier if not outright invention But we must keep in mind that Cellini was very social It could be that these overheard conversations some of them were relayed to him later by third parties We can never really know for sure of course and this undermines credibility That said the autobiography remains a rare glimpse into the daily life of Renaissance Italy and has few if any textual euals as such it compels careful reading Highly recommended

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Benvenuto Cellini ê 3 review free download × eBook or Kindle ePUB ê Benvenuto Cellini review Vita di Benvenuto di Maestro Giovanni Cellini fiorentino scritta per lui medesimo in Firenze Envenuto Auteur du texte diteur Firenze Date d'dition Contributeur Bacci Orazio diteur scientifiue Sujet Cellini Benvenuto Type monographie imprime Langue italien Format vol XCI p fig pl Benvenuto Cellini Wikipdia Benvenuto Cellini n selon les sources Vita di Benvenuto Cellini orefice e scultore fiorentino Francesco Tassi G Piatti diteur Volume numris le novembre partir d'un original en provenance de l'Universit d'Oxford Lire en ligne Volume numris le novembre partir d'un original en provenance de l'Universit d'Oxford Lire en ligne Volume Vita di Benvenuto Cellini edition | Open Library Vita di Benvenuto Cellini Orefice e scultore Fiorentino da lui medesimo scritta st Edition This edition published in by Pietro Martello in Colonia Italia ie Cologne Italy Vita Benvenuto Cellini Wikipedia La Vita di Benvenuto di Maestro Giovanni Cellini fiorentino scritta per lui medesimo in Firenze o pi semplicemente Vita o La vita l' autobiografia di Benvenuto Cellini Scritta tra il e il novembre nove anni prima la morte dell'autore fu stampata nel Vita Di Benvenuto Cellini Orefice E Scultore Excerpt from Vita di. All men of whatsoever uality they be who have done anything of excellence or which may properly resemble excellence ought if they be persons of truth and honesty to describe their life with their own hand Why we like or dislike someone why we admire or despise them why we are happy or annoyed by their conversation are uestions difficult than they look After reading this book for example I have grown uite enad of Benvenuto Cellini even though he had many ugly sides to his character besides being criminally immoral These flaws were unmistakable and impossible to ignore and yet he had one uality that allowed me and has allowed many others to grow fond of him nevertheless charisma Born in Florence in 1500 Benvenuto Cellini was a goldsmith and a sculptor considered one of the most important artists of Mannerism During his lifetime he traveled all around Italy and France making rings necklaces salt shakers statues fountains buttons lapels and coins for rich and powerful patrons Perhaps his most famous work is the statue of Perseus standing over the body of Medusa her bloody head held aloft in his hand which can be found in Florence As far as I know the only work of his I have personally seen is his fine crucifix in the Escorial near Madrid Since writing this I ve seen both the Perseus statue in Flornece and his famous salt cellar in Vienna both exceptional But despite Cellini being to uote his book the greatest artist ever born in his craft he is nowadays mostly remembered for his autobiography which is without doubt the most important work of its kind from the Renaissance Cellini wrote his autobiography in a simple matter of fact style His main focus was on his development and career as an artist but he also relates many stories from his personal life along the way And from this narration emerges a remarkable portrait of the man himself The most conspicuous part of Cellini s character is his arrogance He says near the beginning in a work like this there will always be found occasion for natural bragging but occasional is hardly a fitting description of his boasting Every page is stuffed with self praise He compliments himself for his robust constitution his strong body his keen mind his kind nature his skill in combat and most of all his artistic prowess The only artist he thinks eual to himself is Michelangelo and with few exceptions he considers his rivals to be incompetent dunces or worse It does not take shrewd judgment to read between the lines of this autobiography Cellini only admits to being in the wrong once in his life After taking sexual advantage of one of his models he viciously beat her He felt guilty because the day before he had forced her at gunpoint to marry her lover The next day he beat her up again Other than this Cellini would have you believe he is a decent honest respectful man and that all his enemies were motivated by jealousy or pure wickedness And yet the speed and consistency with which he finds himself surrounded by enemies and the freuency with which he gets into disputes and fights makes it painfully clear that he must have been a bellicose and infuriating fellow The degree to which Cellini was blind to his faults is both terrifying and oddly endearing That someone could be so unconcerned with the morality of his actions or with the justice of his behavior is an instructive lesson in human nature And that he is still likable is another lesson Cellini narrates the vilest deeds in such a mundane tone that you almost forget what he is talking about Here is Benvenuto s forth murder the killing of Pompeo a rival goldsmithI drew a little dagger with a sharpened edge and breaking the line of his defenders laid my hand upon his breast so uickly and coolly that none of them were able to prevent me Then I aimed to strike him in the face but fright made him turn his head round and I stabbed him just beneath the ear I only gave two blows for he fell stone dead by the second I had not meant to kill him but as the saying goes knocks are not dealt by measureBesides the tone of that passage the most amazing thing for me is that he aimed for Pompeo s head but professed he didn t mean to kill him The guy was seriously nuts When I reread the above excerpt I think I ought to loathe such a man who can both commit a murder and then talk about it so coolly But Cellini s ego and his personality are so exaggerated that I have trouble thinking of him as a real person With all his misadventures crimes vanities boasts and disputes he seems like a character invented by Dickens or Cervantes than a man I can identify with In this I couldn t help being reminded of Trump who is relentlessly egotistical and cruel but who escapes normal conseuences because he seems like a caricature than a human being Because Cellini is focused on his own doings the world of the Renaissance stays mostly in the background Sometimes it is easy to forget the setting entirely since Benvenuto is one of those rare timeless personalities But at other times the great difference between his world and mine was simply alarming One night during dinner for example his friend brought a prostitute out of respect for his friend Benvenuto refused her advances but after those two went to bed Benvenuto seduced the prostitute s 14 year old serving girl The next morning he woke up with the bubonic plague Another time when he was sick the best doctors in Rome instructed him that he couldn t drink any water His condition got worse and worse doubtless due to dehydration until finally disobeying their orders he drank a pitcher of water and felt immediately better The doctors were stunned The doctors had better luck on another occasion though When Benvenuto got a metal splinter in his eye a doctor successfully flushed it out by slicing open live pigeons and letting their blood rush into his eye These are just a taste of some of Benvenuto s anecdotes His life was enviously exciting indeed it s rather amazing he lived so long since he had many close calls with death When he wasn t being poisoned or fighting off highway bandits he was suffering illness injury and imprisonment And amidst all this he managed to attain the highest reputation and skill as an artist and also to write the most important autobiography of his century If being a Renaissance Man means living life to the fullest Cellini is a prime exampleIf you are planning on taking a trip to Italy or just want to learn about the Renaissance I cannot recommend this book highly enough I listened to the audiobook version while I was in Rome Cellini was narrating the time he defended the Castel Sant Angelo during the 1527 sack of Rome As Cellini boasted about his heroic deeds he would have you believe he defended the castle single handedly I turned a corner and found myself face to face with that very castle It was one of the most memorable moments of my reading life

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