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statue

a wooden, stone, metal, plaster, or other kind of sculpture of a human or animal figure, usually life-size or larger

Statue

A form of likeness sculpted, modeled, carved, or cast in material such as stone, clay, wood, or bronze.

What does it mean when you dream about a statue?

People that we know who appear in dreams as statues may indicate that relationships are inflexible and that communication has reached a standstill. If the dreamer is a statue it may mean that the true self has become far removed from reality.

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Page detail from an 1804 combined edition of Leon Battista Alberti's Delia pittura and Delia statua.
punto di arrivo la statua greca in alto rilievo, coricata sulla
Tuttavia il brano di Valerio Massimo trova una corrispondenza in una testimonianza numismatica che conferma la sua autenticita: una statua (a cavallo) per un (Manlio) Emilio doveva essere stata collocata sul Campidoglio, perche e stata ripresa, in suo ricordo, su una moneta del monetario del 61/60-58 a.
11v: <<Considerazione sopra la morte di Giulio Cesare a pie della statua di Pompeo>>.
De esta epoca datan otros tres de sus tratados tecnicos: De statua, Descriptio urbis Romae y Ludi rerum matematicarum (Alberti, 1988: 201-2).
This two-part study raises important questions about the status of a "figurative" text and its transmission, and an appendix by Furlan (29-39) reproduces and analyzes images found in manuscripts and printed editions of Alberti's Descriptio, De statua, and Ex ludis rerum mathematicarum.
Caro's "La statua della Foia ovvero di Santa Nafissa: Diceria al Sesto Re della Virtu" was heard by the Roman Accademia della Virtu, a group that met only during Carnival.
Basing his text on the Italian translation of Cosimo Bartoli (1550, 2nd edn 1565), Giacomo Leoni was to edit the volume in Italian and English for a British public in 1726-29: Dell'Architettura di Leon Battista Alberti libri X, Della Pittura libri III, Della Statua libro I, 3 vols (London: Edlin, 1726) and in English translation The Architecture of Leon Battista Alberti in Ten Books, Of Painting in Three Books, and Of Statuary in One Book (London: Edlin, 1726).
37) Al desestabilizar los distintos niveles de realidad, introduce la pregunta de si la sculptura, que podria interpretarse tambien como relieve (a diferencia de statua que puede entenderse como escultura tridimensional, pero tambien como imagen o representacion en general), se refiere a la figura o al marco, y ademas pone en juego la relacion entre lo que esta siendo representado (sculptura) y el medio que lo representa (pictura): ?
Esto viene, entre otros factores, de la extraordinaria influencia de los tratados de Alberti: Della Pittura (1435), De Statua (1449), De Re Aedifieatoria (1452) que se consolidan con la aparicion del academicismo frances que institucionaliza y nacionaliza el arte.
Io sono venuto in America, dunque, per ricostruire la statua della Liberta' del Verso, liberata dalla tirannia del classico e dei suoi dogmi.
As the Commendatore, James Patterson sang well in the opening scene and was effectively amplified in his return as statua gentilissima.