Michelozzo


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Michelozzo

(Italian mikeˈlɔttso)
n
(Biography) full name Michelozzo di Bartolommeo. 1396–1472, Italian architect and sculptor. His most important design was the Palazzo Riccardo for the Medici family in Florence (1444–59)
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Sefton Lodge was in the hands of the Joel family for much of the last century and then Charles St George, during which time Michelozzo, winner of the 1989 St Leger, was housed there.
As chief pupil of the workshop of Andrea Verrocchio, the heir to Donatello and Michelozzo as the principal artisanal provider to the ruling Medici clan, da Vinci would certainly have been present as one of the supporting cast at this momentous event, and may even have performed musically to celebrate it (as he was famous in his youth for composing extempore songs at public events).
Talora in alternanza con le forme in s: coxina "cucina" (VII, 12); dixe "dice" (I, 7) (II, 8) (III, 11) (VI, 11) ma dice (IV, 13); raxone (I, 3); Micheroxo "Michelozzo" (III, 6); Nicoloxo (IV, 7); avixara (III, 10); avixaremo (III, 5); avixato (III, 4) ecc.; bixogna (VI, 9); bixogno (III, 4) (IV, 2); caxa (III, 12) (IVV, 18); chaxa (IV, 7); chaxo (IVV, 3, 3); rixo (II, 8) (IV, 4); suxo (I, 4,4) (II, 3, 5,6,6, 7) (III, 11); Tomaxo (I,7) (III, 4) ([IV.sup.v], 13); uxati (VIF, 1).
I thought my luck had changed when the race was switched to Ayr in 1989 after Doncaster was abandoned due to subsidence and Steve Cauthen bolted up by eight lengths on Henry Cecil's 6-4 fav Michelozzo.
A riqueza destas solucoes encontram-se na intervencao de Vasari nos Uffizi de Florenca ou nas atuacoes de Brunelleschi na Piazza della Annunziata que depois foi completada por Sangallo e Michelozzo. Destarte, ao observar estas experiencias fragmentadas e dispersas por lugares diversos bem como as propostas para uma cidade ideal, encontramos uma formulacao de hipoteses que sera utilizada na definicao da estrutura da cidade europeia de setecentos e oitocentos.
Within this early period, works securely associated with other leading Florentine sculptors, including Lorenzo Ghiberti, Andrea del Verrocchio, Michelozzo, Benedetto da Maiano, Baccio da Montelupo and Michele da Firenze, are highly sought after but extremely rare.
Whoever knows Michelozzo's painting or Platina's History of the Popes--especially his scathing portrait of Paul--also knows that the humanist's fate was far better than that of Boethius.
Indeed, the documented interest in clay by figures such as Donatello, Brunelleschi, Ghiberti, Luca della Robbia and Michelozzo di Bartolomeo, the sculptor of the Saint Lucy (fig.
He died in 1419 in Florence, which had backed him and now gave him a magnificent tomb designed by Donatello and Michelozzo.
Benton proposes two currents of Central Italian architecture: Brunelleschi's architectural clarity versus the complex and sometimes spuriously ornamental details of Michelozzo's buildings and the paintings of Filippo Lippi.
Apart from the implicit, electrical reference to Michael Faraday, there's an association with both Michelozzo and Michaelangelo in equating the infill in the colonnade under the Economist building with the reworked corner of the Palazzo Medici, while the book ends with the assumption of Pericles' mantle.