"Two Studies of the Head of A Youth" by Baccio Bandinelli
Height: 34 in
Width: 25 in
Portraits of two young figures.
Bartolommeo or Baccio Bandinelli (1493-1560) was a Renaissance Italian sculptor, draughtsman and painter. He was the son of a prominent Florentine goldsmith and interned as his father’s shop before working under Giovanni Francesco Rustici, a sculptor friend of Leonardo Da Vinci. During his studies Bandinelli became obsessed with the work of Michelangelo, an influence seen throughout his artwork.