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Era la stanza più intima della Villa e , volendo alludere alla sua funzione, ne affidò la decorazione a Giovanni Antonio Bazzi, detto , un pittore nato a Vercelli ma da tempo attivo tra Siena e Roma.

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In painting Sienna possessed in Duccio an artist who surpassed his contemporaryCimabue of Florence, both for grace and in accuracy of design. Nevertheless, artdeveloped and was perfected in Florence more rapidly than in Sienna. SimoneMartini (1285-1344), immortalised by Petrarch,and a citizen of Sienna, bears comparison with Giotto. Lippo Memmi (also aminiaturist), Pietro and Ambrogio Lorenzetti, imitated with the composition of the school of Giotto. But Bertolo di Fredi (1330-1410), Taddeo de Bartolo (1360-1422) and the 15 C painters, Domenico di Bartolo, Sano di Pietro, Vecchietta, Matteo and Benvenuto di Giovanni, comparedwith the Florentines, seem almost mediaeval. Sienna therefore turned anew to Florentine, Lombard, or Venetian painters, underwhom the ancient fame of the city revived, especially in the works of Bernardino Fungai, Girolamo della Pacchia and others. The most renowned representatives ofthe Renaissance in Sienna are Baldassare Peruzzi, better known as the architect of the Basilica ofSan Pietro, Giovanni Antonio Bazzi and Il Sodoma (1477-1549), a rival ofRaphael. The decline begins with Domenico Beccafumi (1486-1551). In the 19 C, Paolo Franchi founded a school of painters closely related tothe "Nazarenes" (a group of German painters of the early 19 C, who imitated the Italians of the 15 C and early 16 C). The chapel of the Istituto di Santa Teresa gives a good idea oftheir art.


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SODOMA, Giovanni Antonio Bazzi, , , Translation, human translation, automatic translation.
Il Sodoma (1477 – February 14, 1549?) was thename given to the GiovanniAntonio Bazzi IlSodoma painted in a manner that superimposed the style of early 16th-century Rome onto thetraditions of the provincial ; he spent the bulk of hisprofessional life in Siena, with two periods in Rome.

On his 1531 tax return, Sodoma listed among his possessions a monkey, a raven, an owl, a peacock, over thirty grown children, and "three wicked brutes, that is, three women." Long before the concept of a "Bohemian" lifestyle existed, he perfected an anti-middle-class way of living. According to Giorgio Vasari, Giovanni Antonio Bazzi received the nickname Sodoma "because he always surrounded himself with boys and beardless youths whom he loved beyond measure."

A shoemaker's son, Sodoma dominated Sienese painting and worked successfully throughout Italy. After learning the rudiments of painting in his hometown, he saw Leonardo da Vinci's art in Milan around 1497 and soon incorporated his sfumatoeffects. Sodoma lived in Siena for about eight years, then went to Rome in 1508, where he frescoed a ceiling at the Vatican.

By 1529 Sodoma was a kind of official painter to the Sienese Republic. Eight years later he was working beyond its borders, but he resettled there around 1545.

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Giovanni Antonio Bazzi known as Sodoma, was born in Vercelli, but having learned his trade in Siena was considered Sienese for adoption and then fellow of Agostino Chigi.

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Nella sobria articolazione volumetrica e spaziale della Villa, concepita dall’architetto , si inserisce infatti alla perfezione il ricco programma decorativo dell’interno, realizzato ad affresco da sommi maestri come , , Giovanni Antonio Bazzi detto e lo stesso Peruzzi.
Risparmiata dalle turbinose vicende e dai numerosi passaggi di proprietà, la Villa reca oggi il nome e la memoria dei Farnese, a cui pervenne nel 1579 in violazione del vincolo ereditario posto dal suo committente.