Dictionary of Art Historians - Recently Added Entries. Overview: Italian renaissance scholar, Bloomsbury art critic and curator of European painting, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1904-1910.
Fry was born to Sir Edward Fry (1827–1918), a judge and Mariabella Hodgkin (Fry) (1833–1930) and raised in a Quaker household. Although headed for a career in science at Clifton College, Bristol, the lectures of John H. MetPublications. Visigothic script - Littera Visigothica. Google Scholar. JSTOR: University Review, Vol. 2, No. 8 (Winter, 1961), pp. 3-7. Maureen Mullarkey: Drawing Babar, Morgan Library, Jean de Brunhoff, Laurent de Brunhoff, Babar. CABINET // Darkness Visible. Still from Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau's Nosferatu (1919).
The Phantasmagoria. Goya y las fantasmagorías - ARTE PROCOMÚN. Publicado en Juan Carrete Parrondo, "De dibujos, estampas y fantasmagorías en la vida de Goya.
Apuntes para un seminario sobre Goya y su contexto", Goya y su contexto. Seminario Internacional celebrado en la Institución Fernando el Católico de Zaragoza. Zaragoza los días 27, 28 y 29 de octubre de 2011.
The Haunted Palace. The Gentleman’s Magazine, Monday, 24 November 1735: Margaret Lockwood as the Wicked Lady, 1945 Gainsborough Pictures.
“A Butcher was Robb’d in a very Gallant Manner by a Woman well mounted on a Side Saddle, &c. near Rumford in Essex. She presented a Pistol to him, and demanded his Money; he being amaz’d at her Behaviour told her, he did not know what she meant; when a Gentleman coming up, told him he was a Brute to deny the Lady’s request, and if he did not gratify her Desire immediately, he wou’d Shoot him thro’ the Head; so he gave her his Watch and 6 Guineas.”† The term Highway Man entered the English Language in 1617, courtesy of one William Fennor in his work ‘The Counter’s Commonwealth’ and it did not take long for the female highway man to follow. One of the most colourful and persistent legends of the female highwayman is that of The Wicked Lady.
The legend of the Wicked Lady She falls in love with a local farmer Ralph Chaplin and together they continue their reign of terror. Notes. Phantasmagoria: Spirit Visions, Metaphors, and Media Into the Twenty-first Century. << Better Than Ezra?
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Sistine Chapel. Exhibitions. Research. Cultural Institute. Museum. Art. History. Da Vinci's Vitruvian Man of math - James Earle. Pico della Mirandola’s Oration on the Dignity of Man Numberphile did a great explanation of “Squaring the Circle” See James Earle's other Lesson.
After Rome was destroyed, people were wary of attachment to physical beauty. As Christianity gained traction, Romans instead began to focus on the metaphysical beauty of virtue, and art began to follow suit. James Earle discusses how Medieval paintings of Madonna were affected by this shift. The Vitruvian Man is a drawing created by Leonardo da Vinci circa 1490.It is accompanied by notes based on the work of the architect Vitruvius. Grumpy Art Historian. A Brief History of Rococo Art: Rococo painting — artnet Insights. Rococo painting, which originated in early 18th century Paris, is characterized by soft colors and curvy lines, and depicts scenes of love, nature, amorous encounters, light-hearted entertainment, and youth.
The word “rococo” derives from rocaille, which is French for rubble or rock. Rocaille refers to the shell-work in garden grottoes and is used as a descriptive word for the serpentine patterns seen in the Decorative Arts of the Rococo period. ARC Home Tab. Art History Publication Initiative (AHPI) Artforum.com / subscribe. Art21. The Renaissance in Spain.
Digitised Manuscripts. Top10favourites - peperonity.com. [Redirect: back to TOP 10 WRITERS (in every field): ] Jorge Francisco Isidoro Luis Borges Acevedo (August 24, 1899 – June 14, 1986), best known as Jorge Luis Borges (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈxorxe ˈlwiz ˈβorxes]), was an Argentine writer, essayist, and poet born in Buenos Aires.
In 1914 his family moved to Switzerland where he attended school and traveled to Spain. On his return to Argentina in 1921, Borges began publishing his poems and essays in surrealist literary journals. He also worked as a librarian and public lecturer. In 1955 he was appointed director of the National Public Library (Biblioteca Nacional) and professor of Literature at the University of Buenos Aires. His work embraces the "chaos that rules the world and the character of unreality in all literature His international fame was consolidated in the 1960s, aided by the "Latin American Boom" and the success of Gabriel García Márquez's Cien Años de Soledad (One Hundred Years of Solitude). Writer and essayist J. Latin american art collections - Google Search.