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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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16-19; published in Barocchi and Ristori, 218, and Barocchi, Loach Bramante, and Ristori, 107-09, 152, 154-55, 157-59, 161, 164, 169-70, 174, 181, nos.
In contrast to Olea, Kelheim says its Bramante fiber delivers increased levels of absorbency and water retention capacity relative to standard viscose fibers.
Chef IvanAAEs professional career began after he obtained a Diploma in Culinary and Kitchen Management from the Excelsior Della Valle, Ponte di Legano in Italy and a higher degree in Tourism and Management from the Bramante Institute in Milan, Italy.
Given that the mortgage industry remains one of the "last bastions of highly manual processes," mortgage industry executives should be open to new opportunities, but the major barrier to eMortgage is ignorance of the process and of the benefits, said Carmelo Bramante, founder and managing director of CBC Consultancy LLC, Washington, D.
The authors adeptly review and synthesize recent scholarship, and reach sound conclusions: among other changes they judiciously corrected the attribution of Caradosso's brilliant medal of Bramante, which was promoted erroneously as a self-portrait in the mid-1990s.
Police in Sumirago, Italy, said they had arrested Italian-Canadian Joseph Bramante.
Maria Del Popolo In Rome", a two CD disk audiobook that has a total running time of 1 hour, 55 minutes (consisting of an 18 minute pre-visit and a 97 minute on-site excursion) and guides the listener through a remarkable church with its modest early Renaissance facade masking an interior adorned with an wealth of Italian art treasures and rare architectural features that includes the first Renaissance dome, the last Baroque tomb, as well as works by such celebrated artists as Algardi, Bernini, Bramante, Bregno, Caravaggio, Pinturicchio, Raphael, and others.
Here of course the great names of the Renaissance come to play their role in the history of the site--Bramante, Raphael, and Michelangelo--as under Julius II (1505-13) Michelangelo produced the Julius tomb, the Sistine chapel ceiling; Raphael, his stanze; and Bramante, the Cortile del Belvedere.
While with Sabbatini she worked on items for Italian knitwear company Bramante and for London-based Dunhill, both on its businesswear range and the company's launch into the golfing world.
In Bramante a custodial parent executed a release of exemptions on form 8332.
James Bramante, Global and Americas Leader of Financial Management for IBM Business Consulting Services and a member of the forum's advisory board, said in an interview that he isn't aware of any comparable group.