azulejo


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azulejo

An earthenware tile of Spanish manufacture, painted and enameled in rich colors, esp. one having a metallic luster.
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Prior to working for RS Walsh Landscaping, Mancuso was abroad studying the Cultural Rhetoric of the Azulejo tile in Lisbon Portugal and how art plays an important role in the landscape.
The hotel is adorned in Azulejo tiles, a form of Portuguese or Spanish ceramic tile that has evolved into the Rococo style panels that are synonymous with the heritage decor found in Macau today.
It's also far better than most wine snobs imagine; but I prefer rose with a bit more flavour like that of Azulejo 2012 (PS8.
I wandered around the Ribeira and stumbled across all of its main sights, such as the Sao Bento railway station with its beautiful blue and white azulejo tiles dating from 1917, evoking an era when travel was glamorous.
Primer registro del Azulejo de Wetmore (Buthraupis wetmorei, Thraupinae) para el Quindio, Andes Centrales de Colombia.
Also in 1992, Varejao took up the tradition of the azulejo in a number of blue paintings with giant craquelures, such as Naufrdgio da Nau da Cia.
The Ministry not only heralded Brazil's espousal of modernism: this realisation of Le Corbusier's sketch design brought together an extraordinarily talented team that included Niemeyer, Lucio Costa (subsequently planner for Brasilia), modernist pioneer Affonso Reidy, painter Candido Portinari (responsible for the blue azulejo walls), sculptor Jacques Lipchitz, and a young Burle Marx.
We told you Azulejo and Lennon couldn't win because they hadn't won a Grade 1 or 2 race and guess what - trainers Michael Scudamore and Howard Johnson have taken our advice and withdrawn the horses.
Or maybe the epic stanzas of Luis vas de Camoes' Os Lusiads, commemorated in blue and white azulejo tiles in some neglected Goan museum.
Lisbon is famous for its maritime heritage, Manueline architecture, azulejo tiles, soulful fado music and its yellow trams, but there is another side to the city.
He made the frame in all his four starts over hurdles in France, notably when third behind one of that country's leading three-year-olds Azulejo on his final appearance.
Walk across the Puente Isabel bridge and buy a souvenir azulejo tile.