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An·gel·i·co

 (ăn-jĕl′ĭ-kō′), Fra Also known as Giovanni da Fie·so·le (fyĕ′zō-lā, -lĕ) 1400?-1455.
Italian Dominican friar and painter of the Florentine school.

Angelico

(Italian anˈdʒɛːliko)
n
(Biography) Fra (fra), original name Guido di Pietro; monastic name Fra Giovanni da Fiesole. ?1400–55, Italian fresco painter and Dominican friar

An•ge•li•co

(ænˈdʒɛl ɪˌkoʊ)

n.
Fra (Giovanni da Fiesole), 1387–1455, Italian painter.
An•gel′i•can, adj.
References in classic literature ?
She felt a little calmer then, and bought Fra Angelico's "Coronation," Giotto's "Ascension of St.
He talked easily of Botticelli, and spoke of Fra Angelico with a faint condescension.
Fra Angelico and the Rise of the Florentine Renaissance
Angelico De Guzman scored the winning basket as Marikina took down Binangonan, 102-101, in the Community Basketball Association Pilipinas Founder's Cup at the Thoa Wild Center Gymnasium in Valenzuela on Saturday.
Contract Awarded for Service of mediation and contracting of insurance for the works of the temporary exhibition "fra angelico and the origin of the florentine renaissance"
Se comparan el texto latino y la--en ocasiones--forzada traduccion alemana evidenciando las desviaciones de la mente del Doctor Angelico. En la segunda parte (Metafisica de la sensibilidad) se realiza una lectura muy particular de los textos tomistas, destacando la estructura apriorica de la sensibilidad, segun Rahner.
He covers Salvador Dali: nuclear mystical Christ, Fray Angelico Chavez: "The Virgin of Port Lligat," Jose Clemente Orozco: Christ Prometheus, Miguel de Unimuno: the Quixotic Christ, Jorge Luis Borges: the fictional Christ, Richard Rojas: the invisible Christ, liberation theology: Christ the liberator, and the Mestizo Christ.
in Angelico's painting either--he knew that--the space
Placerville, CA, February 01, 2018 --(PR.com)-- "Angelico's Thief," a spirited adventure story with spiritual undertones, is now available at Amazon Kindle eBooks.
'Seraphico' is the common medieval term for the Franciscans; their fellow mendicant brethren, the Dominicans, are called 'Angelico.'
THE EXHIBITION "Fra Angelico: Heaven on Earth" explores Renaissance painter Fra Angelico's talent for storytelling.