Details: This poster is of a Portrait of Simonetta Vespucci. It portrays her as Cleopatra with an asp around her neck. She is seen from the side and her chest is bare.
Piero di Cosimo (also known as Piero di Lorenzo) (January 2, 1462 ¿ 1521) was an Italian Renaissance painter. In the first phase of his career, Piero was influenced by the Netherlandish naturalism of Hugo van der Goes, whose Portinari Triptych helped to lead the whole of Florentine painting into new channels. From him, Cosimo acquired the love of landscape and the intimate knowledge of the growth of flowers and of animal life. He journeyed to Rome in 1482 with his master, Rosselli. He proved himself a true child of the Renaissance by depicting subjects of Classical mythology in such pictures as the Venus, Mars, and Cupid, The Death of Procris, the Perseus and Andromeda series, at the Uffizi, and many others.
This poster is usually printed with a thin white edge border.