(b. 1494, Firenze, d. 1540, Paris)
Stucco, slightly under life-size
Galerie François I, Fontainebleau
The great cycle of stucco decorations created by Rosso and Primaticcio at Fontainebleau have no real precedent, but the elongated figures with their languid poses, and the richness of the invention carry forward the ideas of the late Raphael, particularly as developed by Parmigianino.