A Venetian Journal

A Venetian Journal

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Author: Tessa Kiros

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

ISBN: 9781741966053

Category: Cooking, Italian

Page: 192

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A companion to the best-selling Venezia by Tessa Kiros
Categories: Cooking, Italian

Love Affair a Venetian Journal

Love Affair  a Venetian Journal

Wright Morris. Love Affair A VENETIAN JOURNAL Books by Wright Morris Love
AffairA VENETIAN JOURNAL Wright Morris.

Author: Wright Morris

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105035523435

Category: Venice (Italy)

Page: 95

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Categories: Venice (Italy)

The Art Journal

The Art Journal

As a painter of women we see him first in the early portrait of a Venetian beauty in
the collection of Sir Francis Cook , and ... called * Fornarina ' which adorns , with
its Venetian richness still dominating the Raphael influence , the Tribuna of the ...

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ISBN: UCAL:C2623464

Category: Art

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Journal of the British Dental Association

Journal of the British Dental Association

It consisted of a picture at the rear of each stall beautifully painted in oils of some
tit : bit of Venetian scenery , the stalls being so constructed that the impression left
on the mind of the visitor as he passed through the hall was , that he had been ...

Author: British Dental Association

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044103076022

Category: Dentistry

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The Journal of Christopher Columbus

The Journal of Christopher Columbus

He was married to a Venetian woman , and had three sons , named Luigi ,
Sebastian , and Sancio , all of whom must have been of age when the Letters
Patent were granted to them in 1497 ; so that the youngest cannot have been
born later ...

Author: Christopher Columbus

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ISBN: UCSD:31822017284035

Category: America

Page: 259

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Categories: America

Getty Research Journal

Getty Research Journal

Colonna's language in the Hypnerotomachia is substantially a Venetian
vernacular inlaid with Latin prefixes and suffixes, infixes and diminutives — all of
which might be defined as grammatical adornments — just as Artemisia's tomb
connotes ...

Author: Thomas W. Gaehtgens

Publisher: Getty Publications

ISBN: 9780892369706

Category: Art

Page: 217

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The "Getty Research Journal" showcases the remarkable original research underway at the Getty. Articles explore the rich collections of the J. Paul Getty Museum and Research Institute, as well as the Research Institute s research projects and annual theme of its scholar program. Shorter texts highlight new acquisitions and discoveries in the collections, and focus on the diverse tools for scholarship being developed at the Research Institute. The inaugural issue of the "Getty Research Journal "features essays by Olivier Debroise, Chelsea Foxwell, Karen Lang, Annette Leddy, Riccardo Marchi, Marc J. Neveu, Spyros Papapetros, Lorenzo Pericolo, Charles G. Salas, and Irene Small; the short texts examine materials at the Getty related to Nicolas de Nicolay, Pietro Millini, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, painting in nature around 1800, Yona Friedman, Alfred Schmela, Allan Kaprow, and African-American avant-garde artists in Los Angeles."
Categories: Art

The Journal of Hellenic Studies

The Journal of Hellenic Studies

But a Venetian individual , Pantaleone Barbo , who had received the post of Bailo
of Constantinople , induced the captain of the garrison to refuse to give up the
place . The prompt action of Genoa in confiscating the goods of Florentine
citizens ...

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ISBN: BML:37001200154537

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The Journal of Hellenic Studies

The Journal of Hellenic Studies

But a Venetian individual , Pantaleone Barbo , who had received the post of Bailo
of Constantinople , induced the captain of the garrison to refuse to give up the
place . The prompt action of Genoa in confiscating the goods of Florentine
citizens ...

Author: Percy Gardner

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ISBN: HARVARD:FL2U4F

Category: Electronic journals

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Vols. 1-8, 1880-87, plates published separately and numbered I-LXXXIII.
Categories: Electronic journals

The Connecticut School Journal

The Connecticut School Journal

Famous examples of Venetian to show the structure of the plants In a recent
lecture on birds the porarchitecture ; St. Mark's , Ducal Palace , and particularly
their points of simCampanile . ( Here pictures will trait of this obliging nuthatch
was ...

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ISBN: CHI:78015242

Category: Education

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Categories: Education

The J Paul Getty Museum Journal

The J  Paul Getty Museum Journal

A year later, in 1765, the Venetian board of trade (I Cinque Savi alla Mercanzia)
not only granted Cozzi the same privilege for porcelain production that they had
previously granted the Hewelckes but offered him financial backing as well.

Author: The J. Paul Getty Museum

Publisher: Getty Publications

ISBN: 9780892361786

Category: Art

Page: 216

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The J. Paul Getty Museum Journal 18 is a compendium of articles and notes pertaining to the Museum's permanent collections of antiquities, illuminated manuscripts, paintings, and sculpture and works of art. This volume includes a supplement introduced by John Walsh with a fully illustrated checklist of the Getty’s recent acquisitions. Volume 18 includes articles written by Anthony Cutler, David A. Scott, Maya Elston, Ranee Katzenstein, Ariane can Suchtelen, Klaus Fittschen, Peggy Fogelman, and Catherine Hess.
Categories: Art

The Building News and Engineering Journal

The Building News and Engineering Journal

Towards the close of the fifteenth In the walk of history , however , the works of in
which the flower expands centripetally and century the Venetian school was pre -
eminent the school of the Caracci held the ruling their stalks radiate from a ...

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ISBN: UIUC:30112117956455

Category: Architecture

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Categories: Architecture

Shipbuilders of the Venetian Arsenal

Shipbuilders of the Venetian Arsenal

Crisis and Survival in Eighteenth - Century Italy : The Venetian Patriciate Strikes
Back . ” Journal of Social History 20 ( 1986 ) : 323-34 . Estes , Leland L. “ The
Medical Origins of the European Witch Craze : A Hypothesis . " Journal of Social
 ...

Author: Robert C. Davis

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 0801886252

Category: History

Page: 280

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The master ship builders of seventeenth-century Venice formed part of what was arguably the greatest manufacturing complex in early modern Europe. As many as three thousand masters, apprentices, and laborers regularly worked in the city's enormous shipyards. This is the social history of the men and women who helped maintain not only the city's dominion over the sea but also its stability and peace. Drawing on a variety of documents that include nearly a thousand petitions from the shipbuilders to the Venetian governments as well as on parish records, inventories, and wills, Robert C. Davis offers a vivid and compelling account of these early modern workers. He explores their mentality and describes their private and public worlds (which in some ways, he argues, prefigured the factories and company towns of a later era). He uncovers the far-reaching social and cultural role played by women in this industrial community. He shows how the Venetian government formed its shipbuilders into a militia to maintain public order. And he describes the often colorful ways in which Venetians dealt with the tensions that role provoked—including officially sanctioned community fistfights on the city's bridges. The recent decision by the Italian government to return the Venetian Arsenal to civilian control has sparked renewed interest in the subject among historians. Shipbuilders of the Venetian Arsenal offers new evidence on the ways in which large, state-run manufacturing operations furthered the industrialization process, as well as on the extent of workers' influence on the social dynamics of the early modern European city.
Categories: History

The art journal London

The art journal London

fazio's gems : and also the ' Woman taken in Adultery , ' falsely after - thoughts ,
as the large central work , taken by itself , is simply assigned to Palma Vecchio . a
Venetian family - party engaged in , or listening to , music . In the first edition of ...

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ISBN: BSB:BSB11175363

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Journal of the Royal Institute of British Architects

Journal of the Royal Institute of British Architects

In order partly to account for this singular introduction of a foreign style , De
Verneilh draws attention to the fact that a Venetian colony of merchants settled in
Limoges in the latter part of the tenth century , and he suggests that they may
have ...

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ISBN: PSU:000047152496

Category: Architecture

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Inventing the Business of Opera

Inventing the Business of Opera

Marco Faustini and Venetian Opera Production in the 1650s.” Journal of
Musicology IO (1992): 48–73. “Oil and Opera Don't Mix: The Biography of S.
Aponal, a Seventeenth-Century Venetian Opera Theater.” In Music in the Theater
, Church, ...

Author: Beth L. Glixon

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0195348362

Category: Music

Page: 424

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In mid-seventeenth-century Venice, opera first emerged from courts and private drawing rooms to become a form of public entertainment. Early commercial operas were elaborate spectacles, featuring ornate costumes and set design along with dancing and music. As ambitious works of theater, these productions required not only significant financial backing, but also strong managers to oversee several months of rehearsals and performances. These impresarios were responsible for every facet of production from contracting the cast to balancing the books at season's end. The systems they created still survive, in part, today. Inventing the Business of Opera explores public opera in its infancy, from 1637 to 1677, when theater owners and impresarios established Venice as the operatic capital of Europe. Drawing on extensive new documentation, the book studies all of the components necessary to opera production, from the financial backing and the issue of patronage to the commissioning and creation of the libretto and the score; the recruitment and employment of singers, dancers, and instrumentalists; the production of the scenery and the costumes; and the nature of the audience. The authors examine the challenges faced by four separate Venetian theaters during the seventeenth century, and focus particularly on the progress of Marco Faustini, the impresario most well known today. Faustini made his way from one of Venice's smallest theaters to one of the largest, and his advancement provides a personal view of an impresario and his partners, who ranged from Venetian nobles to artisans. Throughout the book, Venice emerges as a city that prized novelty over economy, with new repertory, scenery, costumes, and expensive singers the rule rather than the exception. Through close examination of an extraordinary cache of documents--including personal papers, account books, and correspondence--Beth and Jonathan Glixon provide a comprehensive view of opera production in mid seventeenth- century Venice. For the first time in a study of Venetian opera, an emphasis is placed on the physical production-- the scenery, costumes, and stage machinery--that tied these opera productions to the social and economic life of the city. This original and meticulously researched study will be of strong interest to all students of opera and its history.
Categories: Music

The Dublin Weekly Journal

The Dublin Weekly Journal

Having , at a very early period of his life acquired great reputation by his talents ,
he was engaged by a Venetian of rank in the republic , to teach a young lady of a
noble Roman family , named Hortensia , to sing . Hortensia , on whom nature ...

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ISBN: CHI:79247759

Category: Periodicals

Page: 256

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Chambers s Journal

Chambers s Journal

Church , he was received with all possible demonstraChief among the
conspirators was Rudolfo Poma , tions of delight , so that his passage from one
city to himself a Venetian , and formerly engaged in commerce another
resembled , on a ...

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ISBN: UVA:X030231253

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The Journal of Gas Lighting Water Supply Sanitary Improvement

The Journal of Gas Lighting  Water Supply   Sanitary Improvement

Before 1884 , Venice was supplied partly by the water of the Brenta , conveyed to
the city in open barges , and partly by rain water collected from the house - roofs
in the pozzi , or Venetian wells , where it was purified and drawn for use .

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ISBN: UIUC:30112112319287

Category: Gas manufacture and works

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John and Sebastian Cabot

John and Sebastian Cabot

... better or older confirmation than an anonymous article in a Venetian journal of
the last century containing these words : " It is the constant and undoubted report
that he was a Venetian , and we are able to assert that he was born at Castello .

Author: Francesco Tarducci

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:$B60131

Category: America

Page: 409

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Architecture Art and Identity in Venice and its Territories 1450 750

 Architecture  Art and Identity in Venice and its Territories  1450 750

42 The issue of Venetian dowries has received extensive scholarly attention. For
a concise discussion, see Stanley Chojnacki, 'Dowries and Kinsmen in Early
Renaissance Venice', Journal of Interdisciplinary History, V (1975): 571-600; ...

Author: Nebahat Avcioglu

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351575942

Category: Art

Page: 326

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Cities are shaped as much by a repertoire of buildings, works and objects, as by cultural institutions, ideas and interactions between forms and practices entangled in identity formations. This is particularly true when seen through a city as forceful and splendid as Venice. The essays in this volume investigate these connections between art and identity, through discussions of patronage, space and the dissemination of architectural models and knowledge in Venice, its territories and beyond. They celebrate Professor Deborah Howard?s leading role in fostering a historically grounded and interdisciplinary approach to the art and architecture of Venice. Based on an examination and re-interpretation of a wide range of archival material and primary sources, the contributing authors approach the notion of identity in its many guises: as self-representation, as strong sub-currents of spatial strategies, as visual and semantic discourses, and as political and imperial aspirations. Employing interdisciplinary modes of interpretation, these studies offer ground-breaking analyses of canonical sites and works of art, diverse groups of patrons, as well as the life and oeuvre of leading architects such as Jacopo Sansovino and Andrea Palladio. In so doing, they link together citizens and nobles, past and present, the real and the symbolic, space and sound, religion and power, the city and its parts, Venice and the Stato da Mar, the Serenissima and the Sublime Port.
Categories: Art