Villa Emo is a patrician villa in the Veneto, northern Italy, near the village of Fanzolo di Vedelago. It was designed by Andrea Palladio in 1559 for the Emo family of Venice and remained in the hands of the Emo family until it was sold in
Bronzino portrayed Eleonora de Toledo several times, as shown in this Minialbum. In addition, there is an image of similarly named Eleonora di Garzia di Toledo, often mis-named Maria de Medici, who was raised by her.
The Madonna of the Long Neck (Madonna dal collo lungo), also known as Madonna and Child with Angels and St. Jerome, is an Italian Mannerist oil painting by the painter Parmigianino, dating from c. and depicting Madonna and Child with angels.