Cellini


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Italian sculptor (1500-1571)

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And my culinary companion for the evening, Fiona, also went for a house speciality - lasagane de Cellini - slow-cooked shin of beef in Italian red wine with plum tomatoes, oregano, bay leaves, garlic and rosemary, layered with fresh pasta sheets, bechamel, and topped with Duke mozzarella cheese and fresh Parmesan.
30am; English National Opera Live: Benvenuto Cellini () Tue 7pm; Godzilla (12A) Fri-Wed 6pm; Godzilla 3D (12A) Fri-Mon/Wed 7.
The most creative Python Terry Gilliam directs English National Opera in a first time performance of Berlioz's Benvenuto Cellini.
com)-- FORCE[c] is the story of Mafioso crime families (Italian and Russian), pushed to war when Italian Mob Boss Tony Cellini is targeted and killed.
Callow, 64, hit out as he attended the opening of English National Opera's production of Benvenuto Cellini at the London Coliseum.
The writ has been lodged by Sport Capital, a company owned by one of the would-be buyers of the club eased aside by Italian Massimo Cellini when he took over at Elland Road last month.
Recently the Museum reopened after major reorganization--undertaken after the theft of a gold and enamel saltcellar masterpiece by Benvenuto Cellini about ten years ago.
We're not certain we have the infrastructure to handle all that at this point," says Tony Cellini, the Thompson town supervisor.
Now the ENO has announced he is to return in 2014 to present Berlioz's Benvenuto Cellini, described as a "technically challenging" production about the life of the Florentine sculptor.
The bronze statue, Perseus with the Head of Medusa, by the Mannerist sculptor Benvenuto Cellini, depicts the moment directly after the demigod Perseus chops off Medusa's head, thereby fulfilling his promise to deliver it to the abusive King Polydektes of Seriphos, who is planning to marry his mother, Daena, against her will.
For example, whereas John Addington Symond's translation of the rather prolix and breathy Life of Benvenuto Cellini canonized the Florentine master as the antithesis of the machine age, the story of the casting of his famous statue of Perseus representing a supreme expression of the craftsman's autonomy and authenticity, Hawthorne's meditations on Cellini in The Scarlet Letter and the stories comprising Mosses from an Old Manse are rather more ambiguous, celebrating in complex ways "a language of workmanship beholden, like Cellini's Life, to represent both the artisan's habitual, durable practice and the inimitability and contingency of an unstandardized life" (71).
Shop window at Cellini smashed with stone and clothing and handbags stolen from display.
RUTH RENDELL'S THIRTEEN STEPS DOWN ITV1, 9pm By day, Mix Cellini (Luke Treadaway) seems like a fairly average young man, albeit one with an unusual name and a sideline in offering his sexual services to rich, bored women.
In their February paper, economists Stephanie Riegg Cellini of George Washington University and Claudia Goldin of Harvard looked at private colleges in five states, comparing those that are eligible for federal Title IV education loans--which is determined by factors like age, accreditation, and full-time programs--to those that are not.
Cellini boasted of expertise in a range of activities besides metalwork--marksmanship, soldiering, street fighting, and the invention of surgical instruments (41).