Right: the 22 m high lantern was completed by Michelozzo
in 1461, and the 8 tonne gilded copper ball was added by Verrocchio and Leonardo da Vinci in 1469.
Includo qui anche -X- in Micheroxo "Michelozzo
" (III, 6); Nicoloxo (IV, 7).
Pese a conocer la obra de Vasari, en la que cada biografia iba precedida de un breve subtitulo enumerativo de las facultades del artista en cuestion (por ejemplo, "Michelozzo
Michelozzi, escultor y arquitecto florentino"), Lazaro Diaz del Valle se limito a encabezar sus notas biograficas con el mero nombre del artista; de modo que hemos de concluir que, si bien Palomino se sirvio largamente del manuscrito del leones para componer su Parnaso, siguio en cambio los pasos de Vasari para consignar cada una de sus semblanzas con el nombre y acreditacion del biografiado, aprovechando del tratadista florentino otros muchos recursos.
, ridden by Steve Cauthen, (pictured) won the 1989 St Leger, but at which racecourse was the race run?
Many famous architects shaped Florence during the Renaissance period 400 years ago, including Michelozzo
While the parallel is admittedly remote, there is a distant connection between them and the architectural space most closely associated with Cosimo, the Medici palace he commissioned, possibly of Michelozzo
, in 1444 (about seven years after Lippi first received Cosimo's patronage, in 1437).
En esos anos Donatello compartia un estudio con su amigo, el tambien arquitecto y escultor Michelozzo
, con quien realizo en Roma un pulpito en la catedral de Prato.
I recall seeing Steve Cauthen on Henry Cecil's 6-4 favourite Michelozzo
. When the Kentucky Kid sent Charles St George's colt about his business two furlongs out, strolling eight lengths clear, there wasn't a dry eye in the ring.
The show continues purposefully with a series of marvels by Donatello, Michelozzo
Originally the stud broke in yearlings - Ile De Nisky and Michelozzo
were among the best who passed through its gates - but, with the arrival of the big stallion farms such as Dalham Hall Stud and Banstead Manor Stud, James shifted the focus of the business on to boarding mares visiting Newmarket.
Stephen, and the Virgin by Pasquino da Montepilciano, Mino da Fiesole, and Antonio Rossellino (1469-1473); the external pulpit at Prato's cathedral done by Donatello and Michelozzo
(1433); and Donatello's double pulpits for San Lorenzo in Florence (1466-1472), depicting scenes from the Passion of Christ.
(3) Cosimo, on paying off the debt that the tastemaker and antiquarian Niccolo Niccoli had accumulated in collecting his own impressive library, used Niccoli's books after his death to form the basis of the library at the Dominican convent of San Marco in Florence, beautifully designed by Michelozzo
and reflective of a new conceptual organization in the library's physical structure.