Bartolommeo


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Bartolommeo

(Italian bartolomˈmeo)
n
(Biography) Fra. original name Baccio della Porta. 1472–1517, Italian painter of the Florentine school, noted for his austere religious works

Bar•to•lom•me•o

(bɑrˌtɒl əˈmeɪ oʊ)

n.
Fra, (Baccio della Porta), 1475–1517, Italian painter.
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I only know that in the afternoon, when the air was aglow with the sunset, I was standing before the church of Saints John and Paul and looking up at the small square-jawed face of Bartolommeo Colleoni, the terrible condottiere who sits so sturdily astride of his huge bronze horse, on the high pedestal on which Venetian gratitude maintains him.
Here, the scholar's double-sided Fra Bartolommeo drawing, both featuring the Madonna and Child, soared way over expectations, selling for 433,500 [euro], a figure representing around a quarter of this otherwise not very illustrious sale's total.
Ludovico's return to Milan in September 1479 revitalized the plans for the bronze, as did the deliberations of the Venetian Senate in July 1479 on the erection of a comparable statue in honor of the condottiere Bartolommeo Colleoni of Bergamo, for which Verrocchio, Leonardo's teacher, was subsequently invited to submit a model.
2010), are also unpersuaded by the case for Fra Bartolommeo, connecting
What greeted him on his visit, or visits, to Florence is exemplified by the magnificently chaste and monumental image of the Holy Family by Fra Bartolommeo (The Los Angeles County Museum).
The attempts of some scholars to identify him with Fra Bartolommeo, for all the documentary evidence they can offer, are deeply misguided.
Two other works were removed to stage the Titian, paintings by Bartolommeo Montagna, another Venetian artist but not one as important as Titian, Treuherz suggested.
Marcellinus and Petrus in Naples; Bartolommeo Capasso, Monumenta ad Neapolitani ducatus historiam pertinentia (Naples: F.
The instruments were reportedly made by Bartolommeo Calvarola of Bergamo, Italy some time between 1750 and 1755 and have a value in the area of $100,000.
This reference seems to refer to Bartolommeo della Scala, but the important point for our discussion is the praise and gratitude Dante expresses towards the particular places where he spends his exile.
Since Italian anatomist Bartolommeo Eustachio (1524-1574) first described the auditory tube (eustachian tube) in 1563, research has shown that it has three main functions: ventilation, protection, and clearance of the middle ear.
He is a condottiere, a soldier of fortune like Bartolommeo Colleoni, whose statue by Verrocchio still stands in the square bearing his name.