The Librarian is part of a series of composite portraits by Giuseppe Arcimboldo depicting members of the Habsburg Emperor’s entourage. Other examples include “The Chef” and “The Lawyer.” Though best-known for his composite heads using fruits and vegetables, this more geometrical composition might seem more at home among the modern art of the 20th century than the portraiture of the 16th. It is most likely based upon Wolfgang Lazius, Ferdinand I’s official historian, director of the Kunstkammer and imperial library.
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Giuseppe Arcimboldo : “The Librarian” (1904)
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