Caption: 1 Gilded silver dish with emblema of a drunk suckling pantheress being roused by putti
, Seleucid Bactria, 3rd to mid-2nd century BC.
The 'small ballroom' of Queen Amalie of Saxony, completed in 1868, was a landmark neoclassical interior decked out in gold and marble, with stucco putti
and chandeliers from the foundry of Ferdinand Barbedienne.
Alberta Maria PUTTI
, Il difficile recupero dello Spirito: percorsi e luoghi teologici della Pneumatologia nella tradizione latina del secondo millennio, Roma: Gregorian & Biblical Press (<<Tesi Gregoriana.
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and Tato (8) reported that local recurrence developed after local excision in two cases with glomus tumors located in the anterior region of the patella, and they attributed this situation to the insufficient excision of the tumor.
A stone putti
holds his finger to his lips, a couple of cherubs play at a beehive, a tiny dog yaps incessantly.
In this specific case, our decision to return to the past, to the Vittorio Putti
technique, is based on discoveries that interposition grafts microscopically form a zone with endothelial lined sacs [6,13].
The huge and magnificent porphyry sarcophagus of Constantia, daughter of Constantine who unified Christianity and made it the religion of his empire, is covered all over by a vine with grapes, among which naked little putti
Sadly, its sculptural base, which featured three putti
, remains missing.
's Pudding" names a group of forty-five felt-tip drawings culled from the pages of the Italian artist and cartoonist Vittorio Scarpati's notebooks.
Open till April 15, Lying Awake, Modern Jewelry and Accessory Exhibition by Alise Talberga and Maija Vitola, Putti
Art Gallery, Riga