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Cal´lot


n.1.A plant coif or skullcap. Same as Calotte.
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It threw out a reddish, unequal light, sometimes brilliant, sometimes dull, and the tall shadow of the lieutenant was seen marching on the wall, in profile, like a figure by Callot, with his long sword and feathered hat.
For this new edition adds to the original merits of the work the very substantial charm of abundant illustrations, first-rate in subject and execution, and of three kinds--copper-plate likenesses of actors and other personages connected with theatrical history; a series of delicate, picturesque, highly detailed woodcuts of theatrical topography, chiefly the little old theatres; and, by way of tail-pieces to the chapters, a second series of woodcuts of a vigour and reality of information, within very limited compass, which make one think of Callot and the German [76] "little masters," depicting Garrick and other famous actors in their favourite scenes.
Were we not in the fifteenth century, we would say that Gringoire had descended from Michael Angelo to Callot.
Contract notice: restructuring of half-board at jacques callot high school in vandoeuvre-les-nancy
Unfortunately, the outcome of this operation confirms what was feared about the possible use of this kind of fraud in the amateur area, which is a real insult to our sport and to all the competitors who carry out their activity in full honesty," FFC chief Michel Callot said in a statement.
Included are fashion accessories, major collections of drawings and photographs, and the archives of iconic creators such as Elsa Schiaparelli, Madame Gres, Paul Poiret, Callot Soeurs, Madeleine Vionnet and Cristobal Balenciaga, and the emblematic works of great figures of couture such as Charles-Frederick Worth, Jacques Doucet, Jeanne Lanvin, Gabrielle Chanel, Christian Dior and Yves Saint Laurent.
Misery L, Chastaing M, Touboul S, Callot V, Schollhammer M, Young P, FetonDanou N, Dutray S; French Psychodermatology Group.
43) A estas imagenes, que se reproducian de nuevo en la edicion francesa del escrito de Trigault (1624), le siguieron algunas otras entre las decadas de 1620 y 1640, como la que realizo Jacques Callot en torno a los martires franciscanos de Nagasaki, ampliamente difundida, (44) o la que, representando el martirio del jesuita Marcello Mastrilli, abria los textos, ya citados, de Ignacio Stafford y Juan Eusebio Nieremberg.
Decadas despues, en el siglo XVII, la escena de numerosos cuerpos colgados de los arboles configura el motivo de uno de los grabados de la serie Las miserias de la guerra de Jacques Callot, realizada a proposito de la Guerra de los Treinta Anos.
El libreto de Noris, como ya se ha apuntado, y las imagenes que lo ilustran en forma de grabados fueron realizados por Aernout van Westerhout, que recoge el testigo de Callot y Della Bella, que normalmente trabajaba en Roma, donde tenia su taller en la Via del Parione (1).
Bachmeyer C, Charoud A, Turc Y, Callot V, Blum L, Aractingi S.
7) Vease Anthony BLUNT, Arte y arquitectura en Francia, 1500-1700, Madrid, Catedra, 1977, que cita, entre otros, el taller de Philippe Thomassin, primer maestro de Jacques Callot, p.