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dilettante

a person who loves the arts
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The Dilettanti finally found plenty elbow room when racing to a clear cut success in the Torch Motor Policies Handicap at Newmarket.
Vale of Health, Hampstead, Fall 1816) That October of his coming age, he abandoned medicine And the idea of doing something great for humankind Taken up by Leigh Hunt and the dilettanti, he embarked In a frail craft powered by his intense language drive, Purposefully, his heart soaked through with poetry, Like Odysseus across the restless waves of Chapman's Homer On his new era existence voyage toward genius, with The hopeful innocence of a lamb led on fate tides.
Un'altra prova del talento della regista e la capacita, come per Garrone, di far recitare allo stesso livello professionisti eccelsi come Cantalupo, Carpentieri e Anita Caprioli, con dilettanti dalla resa sbalorditiva.
Particularly influential were the multitude of travelogues, diaries, sketch-books, paintings produced by a plethora of actual visitors to Greece, especially those of the Dilettanti Society, which brought the physical remains of the Hellenic past more into general consciousness and which helped foster the Greek Revival in art and architecture.
The third horse, Victorian Style skated up at Haydock last weekend and The Dilettanti looks a progressive type.
Not only other artists responded to these qualities - though they did so earlier, perhaps - but connoisseurs and dilettanti such as the strollers at the fair.
The writer was not even one of the wealthy dilettanti who wandered over Europe with access t almost anywhere.
In the early years of the 18th century Thomas Allen became a founder member of the Society of Dilettanti to encourage the appreciation of Greek classical art.