amorino


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amoretto, amorino

Same as cupid.

amorino, amoretto

A winged cherub.
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Questa Lala Cicicena (di cui dubitera la posterita, ammirando nel Parnaso Italiano le sue graziosissime Canzoni, e dilettandosi co' suoi correttissimi Quadri, se sia stata ella pio amena Poetessa, che non leggiadra Pittrice) copi6 in casa del signor Don Giuseppe Pignatelli a pennello un Amorino del Guido (67): collo stesso metodo fece essa di propria invenzione due bellissimi Paesi, e un San Giovanni nel Deserto.
Bestway is also staking a claim at the bottom end of the wine market with Amorino, a sparkling perry.
With his full cheeks and bee-stung lips," wrote George Dangerfield, one of the wittier historians of Ireland, Michael Collins resembled "a Renaissance amorino.
The new find is known as the Latouche Amorino after John David Latouche who commissioned the work in 1790 when he visited Canova's studio in Rome.
We also refer you to the drawing/designing ideas presented by Barbara Pratt, Foster Marlow and Joseph Amorino.
1750 (Musee du Louvre, Paris) by Edme Bouchardon (1698-1762) and the Amorino modelled by Canova in 1786 (five versions carved; Anglesey Abbey, Cambridge, National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, and elsewhere).
Joseph Amorino is an Adjuct Professor of Art at Jersey City State College and the Chairman of the Art Department at Hudson Catholic High School in Jersey City, New Jersey.
Joseph Amorino is Art Department Chair person at Hudson Catholic High School, Jersey City, New Jersey.
Joseph Amorino is Art Department Chairperson, Hudson Catholic High School, Jersey City, New Jersey.