de l'Orme


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French royal architect who built the Tuileries Palace and Gardens in Paris for Catherine de Medicis (1515-1570)

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Madam de L'Orme demands that 19-year-old Esperanza travel to England to secure the position of lady's maid to the Baroness.
In the fourth-category ascent to the Col de l'Orme, Mark Cavendish, who has won four stages this year, dropped out of the main bunch and could not take part in the final sprint.
The consistent Bambi De L'Orme is being aimed at the race by trainer Ian Williams after he finished fourth behind Hoo La Baloo on his seasonal reappearance at Kempton.
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Elsewhere, Scot's Grey ran out a gutsy winner of the Foxhunters Chase, Bambi De L'Orme returned to form in the Red Rum Chase, while Tidal Bay - judging by the scenes in the packed stand - was a heavily-supported winner of the Mersey Novices Hurdle.
Dempsey, Kalca Mome and Bambi De L'Orme chased Tysou home last year and could all reoppose in the two-mile-onefurlong heat.
le Grand fut amoureux de Marion (Adam 1: 347), puis ajoute tout de meme en marge: << Marion de l'Orme >>.
Ian Williams is set to let his consistent grey Bambi De L'Orme take his chance.
This French chateau took 61 years to build and features an arched bridge constructed by Philibert de l'Orme.
However, it was a close call as Robert Thornton also had three successes - but Lee's second on Bambi De L'Orme in the Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Chase yesterday clinched it.
Bambi De L'Orme is a tentative selection for the Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Chase because he must be one of the most accident-prone jumpers around.
Wegener, "The Effects of Tridentine Reforms on Condottiere Chapels and Tombs"; Mary-Ann Winkelmes, "Notes on Cassinese Choirs: Acoustics and Religious Architecture in Northern Italy"; Eric Wolf, "The French Connection: Philbert de l'Orme Reads Francesco di Giorgio Martini"; Stephan Wolohojian, "The Warburg Virgin and Child with Saints Jerome and Francis in The Fogg Museum"; Nina Cannizzaro, "The Nile, Nothingness and Knowledge : The Incogniti Impresa"; Una Roman D'Elia, "Classicism and the Problem of National Style: The Illustrations of Claude Perrault's Vitruvius"; Louisa M.
Among them were the outstanding architects, Philibert de l'Orme and the Italian refugee, Sebastiano Serlio.
The starting-point for this exploration of the position of Philibert de L'Orme, architect to Henri II and Catherine de Medicis, in the history of architectural writing is provided by a detailed semiological analysis of the famous antithetical images of the Good and Bad Architect that conclude his Premier Tome de l'Architecture of 1567.
For example personifications of sculpture and painting as `Liberal Arts' were, by and large, represented first in a courtly context: by Michelangelo for Julius II; by Giulio Romano for Clement VII; by Cellini and Philibert de l'Orme for Francois I; and then by Vasari for the Medici.