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pinxit

(ˈpɪŋksɪt)
(Art Terms) he (or she) painted it: an inscription sometimes found on paintings following the artist's name

pinx•it

(ˈpɪŋk sɪt)
Latin. he or she painted (it): formerly used on paintings as part of the artist's signature. Abbr.: pinx.

pinxit

A Latin word meaning he painted it, used as an inscription on a painting.
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Pinxit Mexici, que se presenta en el Palacio de Iturbide, pues representa la etapa grandiosa en que el arte pictorico realizado en la capital de la Nueva Espana alcanzo la internacionalizacion.
And later this year the Los Angeles County Museum of Art will present a much larger survey of around 100 paintings --'Painted in Mexico, 1700-1790: Pinxit Mexici' (19 November-18 March 2018)--which will then travel to the Met (24 April-22 July 2018).
Cous Alexandrum si nobilitauit Apelles, Dum pinxit docta Principis ora manu: Iane, tuum illustrat Theodori industria vultum, Qui tanto heic pictus cernitur artifice.
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Van Dyck Eques pinxit / Cum Privilegio Regis / Pet.
A modo de ejemplo, veamos los autorretratos tanto de Guda, cuya leyenda dice <<peccatrix mulier, scripsit et pinxit hunc librum>>, (<<Guda, mujer pecadora, escribio y pinto este libro>>,), monja, como lo muestra su habito y toca, en un homiliario del siglo XII depositado en la Biblioteca de Frankfurt [ver Ilustracion no.
Figure 10, Plate VI, is entitled "La Doloride affligee de sa barbe vient prier Don Quichotte de la Venger," carries the inscription "Car Coypel pinxit," and is inserted opposite the title page for Volume II of Bowle's edition as a frontis.
El autorretrato de una copista-miniaturista en una letra inicial del siglo XII, representando "Guda peccatrix mulier scripsit et pinxit hunc librum", es senalada por Robinson, A Twelfth-Century Scriptrix, p.
Iam tibi permultis mittunt, rex, munera rebus Magna viri, sortis munera quisque suae: Hic gemmas, alter conchas, et serica donant Balsama; Phidiaca signa dolata manu, Sunt qui quas Zeuxis, tabulas quas pinxit Apelles.
Valckenaer's edition of the Phoenissae, 1755): iam barba postquam filios pinxit meos, / patrem coercent carcere, ut sortem tegant, / quae ne patescat artibus multis eget.
The girls wear elaborate coiffures and are dressed in heavy brocades; the game has taken place in the garden, with a distant view of hills and chateaus, and the artist has inscribed on the inlaid chessboard, itself placed on the kind of oriental rug we see covering tables in Dutch and Flemish interiors, SOPHONISBA ANGUSSOLA VIRGO AMILCARUS FILIA EX VERA EFFIGIE TRES SUAS SORORES ET ANCILAM PINXIT MDLV.