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, c.1490–1576, Venetian painter, whose name was Tiziano Vecellio, b. Pieve di Cadore in the Dolomites. Of the very first rank among the artists of the Renaissance, Titian was extraordinarily versatile, painting portraits, landscapes, and sacred and historical
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Pure, tutta Parte veneziana sembra infiammata dalla sua rivelazione; il gran Vecellio sembra aver ricevuto da lui il segreto d'infondere nelle vene delle sue creature un sangue luminoso.
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1985, Toweill and Vecellio 2004), warranting explicit monitoring and documentation of such in Montana.
57) In the later version, published in 1598, Vecellio warned his reader that "because women's dress is so subject to change and variation, more that the moon, it is not possible in a single description to include everything that could be said.
Habiti Antichi e Moderni di Tutto il Mondo, Venecia, Di Cesare Vecellio.
Quoting from the Milan edition of 1863, she identified Caro's phrase, the "Notomia del Vecelli" ("Anatomy of Vecelli"), as a reference to the artist Tiziano Vecellio.
Tiziano Vecellio, known as Titian, was the leading painter of the 16th-century Venetian school of the Italian Renaissance.
18) See Cesare Vecellio, 'Meretrici de' luoghi publici', De gli habiti antichi et moderni di diverse parti del mondo libri due (Venice, 1590), unpaginated.
Cheney, Nheu and Vecellio discuss a proposal to remove weirs for the purpose of improving environmental flows in the Hawkesbury Nepean River.
Performativity, then, was of crucial importance, as it gave courtesans the opportunity to "destabilize the boundaries between the material surfaces of the body and a person's interior" (65-66), to the dismay of civic authorities like Vecellio.
Que nos importa que Tiziano Vecellio haya recurrido a tener un burdel para sus clientes, que nos importa que haya tenido a sueldo a un gran poeta corrompido que se llamaba Aretino para que escribiera criticas que atacaran a sus competidores y les favorecieran a el.