Jacopo della Quercia

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Jacopo della Quercia

(Italian ˈjaːkopo ˌdela ˈkwɛrtʃa)
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(Biography) ?1374–1438, Italian Renaissance sculptor: best known for his marble reliefs of scenes from Genesis around the portal of San Petronio, Bologna (1425–35)
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Vediamo: "la figlia della quercia e della macchia"; "Inviolata eri e chiusa / come [...]", "Io quando t'assalii / sentii il tuo ventre ridere".
Upcoming segments include interviews with Howard Bloom, Neal Goldsmith, Rob London, Dave Sheridan, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Jacopo della Quercia, and James Kahn.
De 1945 al 1959 fue profesor de Teologia Dogmatica en el Pontificio Seminario Regiona de Santa Maria della Quercia en Viterbo y, del 1953 al 1959 solucionador de Casos morales en la curia diocesana de Viterbo.
The finalists included Jacopo della Quercia, Lorenzo Ghiberti, Filippo Brunelleschi and Donatello.
Siena hosted a citywide exhibition, 'From Jacopo della Quercia to Donatello: the Arts in Siena in the Early Renaissance', while in Connecticut, the Yale University Art Gallery provides a rare chance to see 'Italian Paintings from the Richard L.
Other works include altar paintings by Giovanni Antonio de Lagaia (1519) and the "Madonna della quercia," which was moved from Viterbo to Ascona in the middle of the 16th century.
He notes the reliance of Jacopo della Quercia's Tomb of Ilaria del Carretto in Lucca cathedral upon such earlier Franco-Flemish monuments as Claus Sluter's Tomb of Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy formerly in the Chartreuse de Champmol in Dijon.
This study does not always take us particularly close to actual works of art; Hilary Fraser does not have the kind of 'hands on' approach that Ruskin had when he took out his handkerchief to wipe away the grime on Jacopo della Quercia's tomb of Ilaria del Carretto in Lucca, and the fact that Holman Hunt's Rienzi is reproduced backwards is a possible indication of this.