Vasari


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Va·sa·ri

 (və-zär′ē, -sär′ē, vä-zä′rē), Giorgio 1511-1574.
Italian painter, architect, and art historian who wrote Lives of the Most Eminent Italian Architects, Painters, and Sculptors (1550), a history of Renaissance art.

Vasari

(vəˈsɑːrɪ; Italian vaˈzaːri)
n
(Biography) Giorgio (ˈdʒordʒo). 1511–74, Italian architect, painter, and art historian, noted for his Lives of the Most Excellent Italian Architects, Painters, and Sculptors (1550; 1568), a principal source for the history of Italian Renaissance art

Va•sa•ri

(vəˈzɑr i, -ˈsɑr i)

n.
Giorgio, 1511–74, Italian painter, architect, and art historian.
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Por meio de tais de pressupostos, Dolce assevera nao ter havido razoes para a ausencia da biografia de Ticiano na primeira edicao das Vite, de Giorgio Vasari, de 1550.
The earliest account of Leonardo's life is included in Lives of the Artists, written by Giorgio Vasari.