Botticelli


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Italian painter of mythological and religious paintings (1444-1510)

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A contemporary of Botticelli, Da Vinci was the ultimate Renaissance icon who excelled at whatever he touched.
16 Crore through an offer for sale by certain shareholders of Eris Lifesciences, including Botticelli (the 'Offer').
9 of this year, Botticelli issued a memorandum to heads of executive-branch agencies and attached "Changing the Language of Addiction," a document addressing the terminologies used to describe substance use disorders.
The three sections of the exhibition turn chronology on its head, opening in the near-present with evocations of Botticelli in cinema, fashion and contemporary art before shifting focus to the artist's rediscovery and reception in the 19th century.
The mission of our office is simple: to reduce illegal drug use and its consequences," said Botticelli.
1510: Florentine painter Sandro Botticelli, |whose work included The Birth Of Venus, died.
Tambien ilustran ese interes las numerosas novelas donde el protagonista es un artista; Emile Zola personifico a Cezanne como Claude Lantier en l'Oeuvre, Sorolla se perfila en el Renovales de La maja desnuda de Blasco Ibanez, Gustave Moreau habia encarnado en numerosos personajes en Jean Santeuil de Proust, quien a traves de Elstir, en A la recherche du temps perdu, ofrece sus juicios sobre Vermeer, Botticelli, La Gandara, Whistler, Watteau, Chardin, etc.
So many visitors bring in perspiration and bacteria that threaten the survival of masterpieces by Ghirlandaio, Botticelli and Michelangelo.
Along with prescriber education, federal agencies are also expanding state-based prescription drug monitoring programs, providing more ways for people to safely dispose of unused prescription drugs, and shutting down pill mills and discouraging doctor shopping, said Michael Botticelli, acting director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy.
Federal agencies are expanding state-based prescription drug monitoring programs, providing more ways for people to safely dispose of unused prescription drugs, and shutting down pill mills and discouraging doctor shopping, said Michael Botticelli, acting director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy.
Svetlana Petrova has incorporated her chunky pet cat, Zarathustra, into famous pieces by the likes of Botticelli and Dali for her UK exhibition.
While acknowledging these influences on Botticelli, Dempsey points out that Venus tilts to the left in the painting, a stance not in keeping with the classical world's concern for symmetry and balance.
In the second chapter, Dempsey advances his study of Botticelli.
1510: Florentine painter Sandro Botticelli, whose work included The Birth Of Venus, died.
The topics include movement and miracle in Michael Psellos' account of the Blachernae Icon of the Theotokos, Dante and Botticelli and the millennial celebration of St.