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Written by one of the greatest writers of the 20th century, this is a documented example of an artist determined to go against the poverty and obscurity to create his passion in art. Henri Gaudier, killed in WWI, who had created a lot of works at an age when most people were still trying to understand what to do in life, probably would have fallen from existence completely if it was not for the tireless promotions done by Ezra Pound. Pound's quest in bringing to light the few of worthy talent who would otherwise be lost in the sludge of mediocracy is an example of the "rather than looking at the master's finger, look at what the finger points at" belief by following in example rather than observing what is shown. Instead of fawning over the man brought to the attention of the world of art, you are convinced to become aware of those who have yet to be recognized.
This 1901 work is devoted to the Italian painter Fra Filippo Lippi (1406-1469) was an important link between the early and late 15th-century Florentine painters. Lippi painted astonishing portrait likenesses and combined figures and space with an animated surface rhythm, the best example of which can be seen in the Feast of Herod, one of the last scenes in the Prato cycle. Edward C. Strutt offers an overview of Lippi’s life and work, applying over forty illustrations, catalogue of works and index.
Michelangelo Buonarotti, one of the greatest artists of all the times. His masterpieces still impress people. In this book Charles Clement tells the story of great artist’s life and about his artistic way. You will find many interesting and amazing facts that yet have been unknown.
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Archivio Muratoriano; studi e ricerche in servigio della nuova edizione dei "Rerum Italicarum Scriptores" 13-22
- Author: Fiorini, Vittorio, 1860-1925 Archivio Muratoriano ..
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Edited by Vittorio Fiorini Special title page issued for nos. 1-12, as v. 1 Merged into the Bullettino dell'Istituto Storico Italiano per il Medio Evo in 1923 26
Engraved frontispiece portrait of the author on verso facing t.p Title vignette Printed marginalia Includes index in each volume Head-pieces; initials John Adams Library copy has bookplate: John Adams Library, in the Custody of the Boston Public Library John Adams Library copy transferred from the supervisors of the Temple and School Fund. Quincy, Mass., 1894
Chemical abstracts Beginning with v. 8- called also ser. 2- (each series with separate vol. numbers) Vols. for 1883-88 issued in two parts: Memorie and Rendiconti Issued 1866-98 by the society under its earlier name: Società dei naturalisti di Modena (varies slightly) Vols. 1-15, 1866-81, with v. 15; v. 16-25, 1882-91, in v. 25; v. 26-31, 1892-98, in v. 31