putto


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put·to

 (po͞o′tō)
n. pl. put·ti (-tē)
A representation of a small child, often naked and having wings, used especially in the art of the European Renaissance.

[Italian, boy, from Vulgar Latin *puttus, from Latin putus; see pau- in Indo-European roots.]

putto

(ˈpʊtəʊ)
n, pl -ti (-tɪ)
(Art Terms) a representation of a small boy, a cherub or cupid, esp in baroque painting or sculpture. See also amoretto
[from Italian, from Latin putus boy]

put•to

(ˈpu toʊ)

n., pl. -ti (-tē).
a representation of a cherubic infant, often shown winged.
[1635–45; < Italian: literally, boy < Latin putus]

putto

(or amorino) A figure of a small child or cherub.
Translations
puttiputto
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So I continued: "Indeed, there are only three paintings, as far as I know, with 'grapes' in the title: two of them are from Annibale Carraci's Panels For A Musical Instrument and are called Putto Gathering Grapes and Silenus Gathering Grapes, and the third is by an unknown Spanish artist, probably of the 19th century, and is called A Man And A Child Eating Grapes, though I must say the grapes look more like olives to me and are definitely far from beautiful.
The putto bought for me by my father outside Stoke on Trent is a figure in a work of art depicted as a chubby male child, usually nude and sometimes winged.
It represents the third book Dempsey has offered on the general subject of the relationship between vernacular culture and art in Renaissance Italy, completing the cycle begun by The Portrayal of Love: Botticelli's 'Primavera' and Humanist Culture at the Time of Lorenzo the Magnificent (1992) and Inventing the Renaissance Putto (2001).
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One of them is about to explain something when they meet another putto with a little dog standing next to the steaming locomotive.