Bartolommeo


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Bartolommeo

Fra. original name Baccio della Porta. 1472--1517, Italian painter of the Florentine school, noted for his austere religious works
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Fra Bartolommeo had already painted a portrait of the charismatic preacher, but in this work (c.
Fra Bartolommeo had been deeply shocked by the corruption he had seen in
37) Como se lee en la nota de agradecimiento enviada por Bartolommeo Capasso al donante Ercole Cedronio: Archivio della Societa Napoletana di Storia Patria (ASNSP), busta 1893: Consiglio direttivo.
What greeted him on his visit, or visits, to Florence is exemplified by the magnificently chaste and monumental image of the Holy Family by Fra Bartolommeo (The Los Angeles County Museum).
The attempts of some scholars to identify him with Fra Bartolommeo, for all the documentary evidence they can offer, are deeply misguided.
Two other works were removed to stage the Titian, paintings by Bartolommeo Montagna, another Venetian artist but not one as important as Titian, Treuherz suggested.
Marcellinus and Petrus in Naples; Bartolommeo Capasso, Monumenta ad Neapolitani ducatus historiam pertinentia (Naples: F.
Since Italian anatomist Bartolommeo Eustachio (1524-1574) first described the auditory tube (eustachian tube) in 1563, research has shown that it has three main functions: ventilation, protection, and clearance of the middle ear.
11-37), an analysis of that early Latin elegy to Bartolommeo della Fonte which already seems to be 'un repertorio di luoghi comuni diVusi nell'opera del Poliziano', and which contains 'un'estetica della varieta': the thin autobiographical content is a pretext for a whole series of 'microgeneri' within the poem, including an encomiastic portrait of Marsilio Ficino.
Name Origin: Named after Venetian botanist Bartolommeo Maranti (16th century).
He is a condottiere, a soldier of fortune like Bartolommeo Colleoni, whose statue by Verrocchio still stands in the square bearing his name.
Colin Slim investigates the more than twenty extant versions of a painting by Bartolommeo Veneto depicting a lute-playing woman with identifiable music.