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Ca·no·va

 (kə-nō′və), Antonio 1757-1822.
Italian sculptor who was an important figure in the development of neoclassicism.

Canova

(Italian kaˈnɔːva)
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(Biography) Antonio (anˈtɔːnjo). 1757–1822, Italian neoclassical sculptor

Ca•no•va

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Antonio, 1757–1822, Italian sculptor.
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Her office, which overlooks the Michelangelo-designed dome of St Peter's Basilica, was filled with family pictures, a framed photograph of Francis, and the portrait bust of another predecessor: sculptor Antonio Canova, the first director of the papal museums.
While both artists hailed from Yorkshire (as do the Tomasso brothers), they met in London in the early 19th century and later travelled to Rome, where Gott honed his carving skills in the studio of Antonio Canova and Etty cultivated the painterly technique that would make his name, through his close study of Rubens, Titian and others.
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In terms of inspirations that serve her palate remarkably, Galia gets all of that from great art (such as that of the great Antonio Canova who had extreme details and lots of passion and motion in his marble sculptures which she believes are simply breathtaking), music (especially classic), books, her next door neighbors, humanity and sexuality.
Dabakis explains how sculptors like Antonio Canova, John Gibson, and the many American artists who came under their influence used pigments, soft lighting, and careful staging to create lifelike effects on the surfaces of their marble sculptures.
Enquanto a escultura do italiano Antonio Canova (1757-1822) apresenta Pauline Borghese com uma maca semioculta na mao esquerda (Figura 6), no desenho de Schwanke (Figura 5) la esta a fruta explicita, quase da mesma altura que a poltrona.
When the dust settled, it was the twinned apparitions of Antonio Canova and Gustave Courbet that emerged.
The first antecedent of present debates on the return of removed cultural properties to their States of origin (1) can be found in a diplomatic mission made in 1815 by the Italian sculptor Antonio Canova (1757-1822).
Artists such as Botticelli, Lucas Cranach the Elder, Antonio Canova, Raphael and Rubens have depicted the trio of goddess from Greek mythology, who represent joy, charm and beauty.
Finally, a focal point of the Show was an intriguing sculpture by artist Antonio Canova (1757-1822), said to have been presented to professor Teodoro Monticelli, and on loan from the University of Naples: the head of a satyr, carved out of an 11-cm block of Carrara marble, with a quartz crystal left in place and appearing as a fang protruding from his (its?
32: Versions of which renowned Antonio Canova sculpture can be seen in the UK and in the Hermitage museum in Russia?
Finally, although the marble Monument to Pius VI (130) by Antonio Canova and Adamo Tadolini first rested before the crypt of St.