Guardi


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Guardi

(Italian ˈɡwardi)
n
(Biography) Francesco (franˈtʃesko). 1712–93, Venetian landscape painter
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Dav Sp Bo a le sco Sergio Aguero (left, with Rodri after scoring third), who had a touchline row with Guardiola (circle, with Harry Guardi Redknapp) last week, was back in the good books after scoring twice and Raheem Sterling also struck as City moved into second place.
(BBC1, 9pm) Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould investigate the provenance of a painting with a Venetian view, trying to ascertain whether it is the work of Francesco Guardi or Michele Marieschi.
BBC1, 9pm Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould investigate the provenance of a painting with a Venetian view, trying to ascertain whether it is the work of Francesco Guardi or Michele Marieschi.
Guardi, of the 16900 block of Straight Way, is charged with several felonies, including possession of 15 to 200 LSD doses, possession of 100 to 500 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to Kane County court records and the Kane County sheriff's office.
He more or less single-handedly devised what is known in his adopted language as the veduta: without him no Carlevarijs, Guardi, Bellotto or Canaletto; nor, arguably, any Panini or Piranesi.
The exhibition features exquisite Venetian Baroque paintings painted by Canaletto, Guardi, Marieschi and van Lint, from the Intesa Sanpaolo Art Collection, from the Galleria d'Italia - Palazzo Leoni Montanari, one of the most beautiful Baroque palaces in Vicenza, the Italian Embassy to BiH stated.
Guardi J into some but deep Guardiola has already turned beating Jose Mourinho (below) something of an art form, down the pleasure of beating his old nemesis in such emphatic style would give him immeasurable pleasure.
Other highlights of the auction were Titian's portrait of Giulio Romano that the Duke of Mantua sold to England's King Charles I; Tintoretto's The Miraculous Draught of Fishes; a view of Venice by Francesco Guardi; and allegorical figures by his brother Gianantonio, all ex-Marcos, sequestered by PCGG.
The most prominent vedutisti were Giovanni Antonio Canal (1697-1768), known as Canaletto; his nephew Bernardo Bellotto (ca 1722-80); and Francesco Guardi (1712-93) (10).
McCarthy, Daniel, and Margaret Guardi. "The Southold-Walt Whitman Connection." Peconic Bay Shopper (March 2017), 6-9.
Cropper argues that he is a young man named Francesco Guardi in Pontormo: Portrait of a Halberdier.