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Bramante

Donato . ?1444--1514, Italian architect and artist of the High Renaissance. He modelled his designs for domed centrally planned churches on classical Roman architecture
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The Space at Mice is a step toward having a more central location for people to view art when they come to Providence," Bramante said.
Bramante says the forum will focus on "the whole management process.
The situation made for a depressing holiday period, but I Bramante still is trying to work through the bankruptcy filing process with lawyers and responding to customer concerns on Facebook.
The paper provides the industry with a tangible outline for implementing eRecording procedures throughout electronic document transactions," said Bramante.
The magisterial Ducal Palace opens up its private chapels and studiolos; the artists that contributed to the city's rich creative heritage--including Justus of Ghent, Bramante, Uccello, and of course Urbino's most famous painterly exports, Piero della Francesca and Raphael--are all given generous coverage.
Ken Oliver, who began training with just four horses in 1959-60, sends out his 500th winner when Filament (Colin Tinkler) takes the first novices' hurdle at Perth from Bramante (Vic Thompson/Jonjo O'Neill).
Online lessons are a great addition to Daddy's stores," commented Fred Bramante, Daddy's CEO, "extending our services beyond instrument sales and rental, repair and in-store lessons.
Daddy's also could file for bankruptcy in Massachusetts or another state where it had stores, Boffetti said, but he said that seemed unlikely after his conversations with founder Fred Bramante.
The buildings are well known; indeed, they are the standard chestnuts: the rusticated palaces of late Trecento Florence, Palazzo Medici and its rivals, the Palazzo Ducale in Urbino, the palaces of Bramante and Raphael in the Vatican Borgo, and Palazzo dei Conservatori on the Capitol.
Built in two phases, in 1926 and 1941, the Esperson Buildings features two office towers with the tallest topped by a dramatic Italianate dome modeled on Rome's Tempietto of San Pietro designed by Donato Bramante and built in 1502.
26, founder Fred Bramante remained struggling to answer hundreds of customer questions about the end of his 39-year-old business.
By the same token, Michelangelo's unwillingness to take on the commission for the Sistine vault is put in the context of the machinations of Bramante, who wanted Michelangelo to fail--or at least alienate the pope by refusing the commission--to make his fellow-countryman Raphael's accomplishment in the papal apartment look all the better.