Bartolommeo


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Bartolommeo

(Italian bartolomˈmeo)
n
(Biography) Fra. original name Baccio della Porta. 1472–1517, Italian painter of the Florentine school, noted for his austere religious works

Bar•to•lom•me•o

(bɑrˌtɒl əˈmeɪ oʊ)

n.
Fra, (Baccio della Porta), 1475–1517, Italian painter.
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I only know that in the afternoon, when the air was aglow with the sunset, I was standing before the church of Saints John and Paul and looking up at the small square-jawed face of Bartolommeo Colleoni, the terrible condottiere who sits so sturdily astride of his huge bronze horse, on the high pedestal on which Venetian gratitude maintains him.
The earliest is a delicate pen and brown ink view of Fiesole of around 1500 by Fra Bartolommeo, one of the earliest landscape drawings in Western art ($600,000-$800,000); the latest, dated 1989, a bold charcoal portrait of Balthus by Lucian Freud ($70,000-$90,000).
Seeing Verrochio's late fifteenth-century Bartolommeo Colleoni in Venice was one of the catalysts in Frink's process of becoming an artist.
Sappiate, Signiori, che a me mi pare trapassare San Bartolommeo di merito di gran martire: lui fu solamente iscorticato, ma io sono stato nella mia gloriosa patria a torto scorticato, e appresso s'e fatto la notomia del resto della mia male avventurata carne [.
Giorgio Vasari famously recounted the story of a painting of St Sebastian by Fra Bartolommeo eliciting such a sensuous response from women that it had to be removed from its position in church.
A familiar genre scene (Matthew 2:14; cf Bartolommeo, Rest, C1509, Getty Center), Veronese invigorates the narrative with movement, symbolism, and emotional content, from familial harmony and repose to foreboding (the landscape and sky).
Ludovico's return to Milan in September 1479 revitalized the plans for the bronze, as did the deliberations of the Venetian Senate in July 1479 on the erection of a comparable statue in honor of the condottiere Bartolommeo Colleoni of Bergamo, for which Verrocchio, Leonardo's teacher, was subsequently invited to submit a model.
En lo que respecta a la presencia espanola en el ambito religioso, las gestiones de la duquesa Leonor de Toledo permitieron el asentamiento de la Compania de Jesus en la ciudad del Arno en 1546, momento a partir del que los grandes duques dedican sus esfuerzos en favorecerla por encima de otras ordenes religiosas, cediendole el uso de una antigua iglesia y las casas contiguas para construir, bajo los dictados de Bartolommeo Ammannati (9), el nuevo Collegio junto al prestigioso Palazzo Medici de Via Larga, simbolo del poder mediceo por entonces (fig.
Forse essa era temporanea, come lascia supporre la notazione di Bartolommeo Capasso--sulla base di perduti documenti dell'Archivio municipale di Napoli --secondo cui nel 1537 fu imposta una nuova gabella della durata di 10 anni che inglobava--e molto probabilmente prorogava--la precedente (15).
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El 16 de marzo de 1893, en el curso de la asamblea general de la Societa Napoletana di Storia Patria, el presidente Bartolommeo Capasso anuncio la donacion por parte de los marqueses de Rocca d'Evandro de "quattro volumi manoscritti, intitolati Notitia di quanto e occorso in Napoli dall'anno 1648 al 1669, scritta dal dott.
Though Fra Bartolommeo, under the moralistic influence of Savonarola, stopped painting for six years, he took up his brush with renewed ardor after the Dominican preacher's undoing.