Battle of the naked men
The Battle of the Nudes or Battle of the Naked Men, probably dating from – , is an engraving by the Florentine goldsmith and sculptor Antonio del. Battle of the Naked Men ca. – Antonio Pollaiuolo Italian. One of the earliest and most influential Italian engravings, this print is an anomaly in many. Battle of the Naked Men, ArtistAntonio Pollaiuolo,Prints. Battle of the Naked Men. Artist: Antonio Pollaiuolo (Italian, Florence ca. – Rome). Date: ca. Battle of the Naked Men Origin Italy Date – Medium Engraving in black on ivory laid paper Dimensions x mm Credit Line Gift of Herbert F. Perkins Reference Number Extended information about this artwork. The Battle of the Naked Men Antonio del Pollaiolo c. / - Kupferstichkabinett, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin Berlin, Germany. This work shows Pollaiuolo’s first experimentation with zig-zag hatching. The technique is comparable to drawing with a pen, allowing the artist to structure the body’s inner forms, while giving shape to Author: Antonio di Jacopo D'antonio Del Pollaiuolo. In this battle scene, the landscape is just as important as the context. Deep shading created by the harsh, crosshatched lines reiterates the tumult of the battle. The sketchy engraving style of Domenico Campagnola underlines the vigorous and impulsive nature of his figures. Body proportions are.