Buonarroti

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Buonarroti

(Italian bwonarˈroti)
n
(Biography) See Michelangelo

Mi•chel•an•ge•lo

(ˌmaɪ kəlˈæn dʒəˌloʊ, ˌmɪk əl-)

n.
(Michelangelo Buonarroti), 1475–1564, Italian artist, architect, and poet.
References in classic literature ?
Was it not Buonarotti who had carved it in the coloured marbles of a sonnet-sequence?
In this connection I wish to say one word about Michael Angelo Buonarotti.
Jump For Dough made a winning start in handicaps at Cork last month which makes him the choice in the 80-102 rated contest, while Buonarotti Boy is tipped to make it back-to-back wins in the two mile handicap hurdle.
La portada de esa edicion, aparecida el 12 de septiembre de 2007, es un montaje a partir del cuadro de Miguel Angel Buonarotti "La creacion de los astros".
The 10-year-old put in his best effort for some time when fending off Buonarotti Boy over two miles at Perth and this extra five furlongs might be exactly what he needs at this stage of his career.
The 32-year-old looked set for a dream success as Buonarotti hit the front with a couple of furlongs to run in the feature Betfred November Handicap, but topweight Litigant swept through to claim the prize and spoil the party.
Buonarotti of Caserta with works for the reduction of energy consumption and production electricity, toilets and adjustment of the external areas.
There was a strong culture of learning from older masters in Florence: the paintings of Masaccio were intensively studied and became an inspiration for the next generation of painters, including Michelangelo Buonarotti.
Y tambien va a reeditarse, con el apoyo del Instituto de Cultura Italiana de Guatemala, su traduccion de los poemas de Miguel Angel Buonarotti.
Los pintores de esa epoca consideraban que ya no podian desarrollar mas el estilo que Leonardo da Vinci, Miguel Angel Buonarotti y Rafael Sanzio habian logrado con tanta perfeccion.
In one study, Michelangelo at San Lorenzo: The Genius as Entrepreneur [1994], Wallace struck the note that would become consistent in his treatment of the artist: Michelangelo di Lodovico di Buonarotti Simoni was not, or at least not only, the epitome of the lonely, tormented, quarrelsome genius.