emblema

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emblema

(ɛmˈbliːmə)
n
(Art Terms) a decoration for a mosaic which was made separately from the mosaic and then inserted as the central panel
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159-169) e Isabella Tomassetti ("Del impreso al manuscrito: la version castellana de los Amorum emblemata de Otto Vaenius [1608]", pp.
A suma dessas imagens alegoricas encontra-se numa obra muito especial, a obra acima citada de Andrea Alciati (1492-1550), Emblemata (1531)--prototipo absoluto dessas producoes.
En 1584 inicia su amplia produccion artistico-literaria (6), en la que plasmo su talento poetico, sus dotes artisticas y sus vastos conocimientos de la Antiguedad, y en la que ocupan un lugar relevante sus libros de emblemas: Emblemata cum tetrastichis latinis (Metz, J.
Em 1531, Heinrich Steyner, editor de Augsburg, resolveu acrescentar xilogravuras a reedicao de Emblemata, livro de epigramas latinos do piemontes Andrea Alciato (1).
The topics include Junius' Batavia and the formation of a historiographical canon in Holland, his Animadversa and his methods of scholarship, 16th-century plurilingualism, his Emblemata in light of Erasmus/ Adagia, and the function of his emblem commentary and early commentaries of Alciato's Emblematum libellus.
His study of the emblemata amatoria shows how sensitive the wealthy Chancellor of the Realm, Magnus Gabriel de la Gardie, was to the hierarchical demands of style and genres--the emblems were placed in his wife's rooms at Venngarn and in the summer pavilions at Ekholmen.
Emblemata Sacra: Rhetorique et hermeneutique du discours sacre dans la litterature en images.
Arnoud Visser's study contributes to the understanding of this diversity of significance by offering the first extended account of Sambucus' Emblemata, first published in 1564 by Christopher Plantin, Antwerp.
HoratiiFlacci emblemata, (1612), donde la envidia aparece con identicos rasgos (fig.
En 1531 salia a la luz una obra titulada Emblemata, del tratadista milanes Andrea Alciato.
The father of emblem literature was the 16th-century Italian lawyer and humanist Andrea Alciato, whose Emblemata (Latin; 1531) appeared in translation and in more than 150 editions.
Graffiti's character (Barthes would say its genius) is t strike against form, ensuring a field in which the only way the image of the body can survive is as part-object, a concatenation of obscene emblemata, the genital splatter that Twombly went on to enact in his Roman paintings from the early '60s.