Esses fatos encaminham para aos chamados Sistemas de Informacao Geografica Voluntaria no qual os usuarios disponibilizam os conteudos de seu interesse, contrariando a pratica usual destinada aos profissionais que atuam nas atividades relacionadas ao mapeamento (GOODCHILD, 2007; BRAVO; SLUTER
, 2015; NYANGWESO et al., 2016).
1) alongside Claes Sluter
and Claes de Werve's pleurants from Philip the Bold's tomb (1404-10; Fig.
In Part Two, "Sluter
's Jeremiah: Herbert and Learning How to Visualize the Heart," Sanchez looks to Claus Sluter
's carving, the "Well of Moses" or the "Moses Fountain," as it came to be known in the nineteenth century, to establish a corresponding iconography of Jeremiah as a parson in order to delineate Herbert's vision of the parson.
As the poem continues, the act of address to Sluter
slips away until the final stanza wherein she addresses her "dear, bereaved land" (53).
UCLA's Kevin Chappell leads the tournament at 69, with David Markle of Kent State and Tim Sluter
of USC tied for second at 70.
, to take an astoundingly inventive example, fashioned the tomb for Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, in Dijon from alabaster.
Haarlem-born Claus Sluter
, an outstanding sculptor, shows the elevation of individuality in his powerfully characterized, strikingly realistic figures for the Well of Moses (1395-1403) in Dijon.
(107) See Henri David, De Sluter
a Sambin: essai critique sur la sculpture et le decor monumental en Bourgogne au XVIe et au XVIE siecles, 2 vols.
brought her colorful hula hoops, and her message that an active kid is a healthy kid, to Ritter Memorial Library on Feb.
He notes the reliance of Jacopo della Quercia's Tomb of Ilaria del Carretto in Lucca cathedral upon such earlier Franco-Flemish monuments as Claus Sluter
's Tomb of Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy formerly in the Chartreuse de Champmol in Dijon.