Orbaneja

Orbaneja

obliged to label painted objects for identification. [Span. Lit.: Don Quixote]
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Then, I say," said Don Quixote, "the author of my history was no sage, but some ignorant chatterer, who, in a haphazard and heedless way, set about writing it, let it turn out as it might, just as Orbaneja, the painter of Ubeda, used to do, who, when they asked him what he was painting, answered, 'What it may turn out.
Entienden los profesores ibericos Gomez Orbaneja y Herce Quemada que el objeto de cada concreto proceso, aquello de que se acusa en el a una persona y sobre lo que versa la actividad y ha de pronunciarse la sentencia, es un hecho considerado como delito o falta, y no una determinada figura delictiva ni una determinada consecuencia penal (9).
Conta a fabula do pintor Orbaneja, que dizia pintar "o que saisse", e precisava esclarecer o que pintava: "Escrevia embaixo: 'Isso e um galo', para que nao pensassem que era raposa".
Quite beguilingly, although Cervantes rarely repeats himself in such a way, the anecdote about Orbaneja and his painting of the rooster recurs in its entirety in part two, chapter seventy-one.
Solalinde, Pio del Rio Hortega, Manuel Garcia-Pelayo, Rafael Mendez, Isaac Costero, Luis Calandre, Jose de Orbaneja, Arturo Saenz de la Calzada y un largo etcetera--, y mediante el analisis detallado de sus principales actividades, en esta tesis se ha realizado un estudio en profundidad de su aportacion al medio cultural, cientifico, pedagogico y sociopolitico espanol, su importancia dentro de la Edad de Plata de la cultura espanola, su insercion en el medio internacional, y su presencia en la gran transformacion general vivida en Espana entre 1898 y 1939.
Vease en este sentido un libro clasico en el Derecho procesal espanol, me refiero al del profesor GOMEZ ORBANEJA, E.
Quijote, que continua la cita, tiene una gran importancia para el anecdotario artistico, porque saca a relucir al celebre pintor Orbaneja y su gallo.
El 14 de julio fue el dia de las Cortes Constituyentes y ALCALA ZAMORA tuvo, como ORBANEJA, su discurso.
9) AGN, segun una escritura ante Pedro de Orbaneja el 21 de septiembre de 1615, registrada el 11 de marzo de 1619 ante Cristobal Rodriguez, ano 1618-19, f.
This practice was not so secretly wrought, but that Caravajall came to knowledge thereof, whereupon he commanded Luis Pardomo, Camargo, Orbaneja, Balmazeda and another 10 or 12 persons of the principallest to be quartered, and others banished: so that with the execution of such cruel justices, in causes of mutinies, the people were so afraid that they never dared at any time after to deal in the like practices.
Valle-Inclan's depiction of Andalusia, for instance, is hardly illuminated by garbled summaries of Sacrilegio and Los cuernos de don Friolera (in which 'occult powers' are attributed to Don Manolito and Don Estrafalario for their prowess in casting the evil eye on a donkey in the Alpujarra, and Orbaneja is apparently given historical status, along with Goya, as an advocate of the grotesque in art (p.
Suarez Cc, Pereda JM, Mmoreno LM, Garcia-Gonzalez F, Gomez- Orbaneja J.