Pisanello


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Pisanello

(Italian pisaˈnɛllo)
n
(Biography) Antonio (anˈtɔːnjo). ?1395–?1455, Italian painter and medallist; a major exponent of the International Gothic style. He is best known for his portrait medals and drawings of animals
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"We've now reached another critical milestone with two travel industry giants," said Gianni Pisanello, Vice President of the NDC [X] program at Amadeus.
Thus, one aedicular frame that she does discuss in detail is the beautiful and erudite Italian (surely Milanese) Gothic-Revival one around Charles Lock Eastlake's Pisanello, now in the National Gallery (Fig.
Alberto Pisanello, assistant brand manager for Milkybar, said: "We get a lot of requests from Milkybar fans who have been asking us to mix white chocolate with milk chocolate for a long time but it's not something we've done before with original Milkybar.
While working as a lecteur at the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris, he frequented the Louvre in the company of MacGreevy (who was working there as a guide), later referring to paintings by Franciabigio and Pisanello in his early stories.
The second musical event of the week will be by guitarist Damiano Pisanello at the Shoe Factory on Friday.
Pero tampoco se debe olvidar que los troncos formaron parte del vocabulario emblematico de Alfonso V de Aragon, desde la presencia de Pisanello en Napoles: en 1455 el monarca ofrecio una gruesa cadena de oro con troncos verdeantes a su amante Lucrezia d'Alagno.
The recovered works included those by Rubens, Tintoretto, Pisanello, Caroto and Mantegna, the government statement said, without including details about how the works were found.
The challenges I have faced as a printmaker, illustrator, and painter over the years led me to work more and more from memory, and in a manner and style perhaps more indebted to the advent of synthetic cubism than to the figure drawing lessons of my youth, which revolved around the discovery and exploration of such extraordinary draftsmen as Pisanello, Watteau, Ingres, the youthful Degas, and Kollwitz.
In addition, recent research provides evidence of a mismatch between desired hours and actual hours of work for a significant proportion of US, European and Australian workers today, suggesting there may be some social support for a shift towards greater leisure and a more equal distribution of paid work (Reynolds, 2013; Reynolds and Aletraris, 2010; Bielenski, Bosch and Wagner, 2002; Fear, Rogers and Denniss, 2010; Pocock, Skinner and Pisanello, 2010; Skinner, Hutchinson and Pocock, 2012).
Robert Benigni, director and actor of the film Life is Beautiful, is a natural comic and is brilliant as Leopoldo Pisanello, an ordinary man who is unwittingly thrown into fame and at the mercy of paparazzi.
(16) II primo incarico (2011) regia di Giorgia Cecere, sceneggiatura Giorgia Cecere, Yang Li Xiang, Pierpaolo Pirone, fotografia Gianni Troilo, montaggio Annalisa Forgione, musiche Donatello Pisanello, prod.
after a picture of Nagasaki and Pisanello's damaged The Legend of Saint George He once gave her the chamois of his throat to nuzzle into and caress with her blood-red fingernails.