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 (äl-bâr′tē), Leon Battista 1404-1472.
Italian writer and artist whose influential treatises on painting, architecture, and sculpture introduced classical ideas into Renaissance art.

Alberti

(Italian alˈbɛrti)
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(Biography) Leon Battista (leˈɔn batˈtista). 1404–72, Italian Renaissance architect, painter, writer, and musician; among his architectural designs are the façades of Sta. Maria Novella at Florence and S. Francesco at Rimini
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Concentrating on the body in western culture, Alberti divides her subject matter into eight chapters, each focusing on a single body part: spine, breast, genitalia, heart, brain, skin, tongue, and gut.
Long considered a minor figure in both literary and art history, Leon Battista Alberti has moved decisively onto center stage in the last generation, especially as the exhibitions and congresses stimulated by the 2004 centenary have helped us see how compatible he is for our own age, which values creativity and interdisciplinarity in the humanities.
Rafael Alberti (Puerto de Santa Maria, Cadiz, 1902-1999), ya es de sobra sabido, comenzo su carrera artistica como pintor.
Leon Battista Alberti and Nicholas Cusanus: Towards an Epistemology of Vision for Italian Renaissance Art and Culture (Visual Culture in Early Modernity), Farnham, Ashgate, 2014; hardback; pp.
Alberti focuses on community dynamics and ecosystem functions including "productivity, nutrient cycling, hydrological function, and biodiversity, which provide essential services for human wellbeing.
Reponsio ad epistolam paraeneticam Alberti Pii Carporum principis; Apologia adversus rhapsodias calumniosarum querimoniarum Albertii quondam Carporum principis; and In elenchum Alberti Pii brevissima scholia.
The head of the institution, Valerio Fabio Alberti, released the news during a press conference where the patient participated as well.
Edited by Benjamin Alberti, Andrew Meirion Jones, and Joshua Pollard
In late medieval religious treatises, such as Vincent Beauvais's thirteenth-century Speculum maius, household economics remained an important topic that linked discussions of individual ethics to political concerns (Danzi, "Leon Battista Alberti 71; Danzi, "Fra 'oikos' e 'polis'" 57).
Benjamin Alberti of Framingham State University as guest speaker at the library at 7 p.
The sixth ant-mimicking corinnid species, Merenius alberti Lessert, 1921, was the most common castianeirine species occurring in leaf litter in most of the habitats in NGR, particularly in woodlands and sand forest, and is an exclusive ground-dwelling spider.