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Guido Orlandi

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(late 13th c.–early 14th c.). Florentine poet writing in the Siculo-Tuscan manner, whose style shows nevertheless some influence of the dolce stil novo. He took part in poetic ...

Guido Orlandi

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The Oxford Companion to Italian Literature

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... Orlandi (late 13th c.–early 14th c.). Florentine poet writing in the Siculo-Tuscan manner, whose style shows nevertheless some influence of the dolce stil novo . He took part in poetic exchanges with Guido Cavalcanti . [ Jonathan Usher...

Guido Orlandi

Guido Orlandi  

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(late 13th c.–early 14th c.).Florentine poet writing in the Siculo-Tuscan manner, whose style shows nevertheless some influence of the dolce stil novo. He took part in poetic exchanges with Guido ...
Dante Da Maiano

Dante Da Maiano  

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(late 13th c.).Siculo-Tuscan lyric poet much influenced by the Sicilian School and Guittone d'Arezzo. He exchanged poems with Chiaro Davanzati, Guido Orlandi, and Dante amongst others. He replied to ...
Dante Da Maiano

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The Oxford Companion to Italian Literature

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...Da Maiano (late 13th c.). Siculo-Tuscan lyric poet much influenced by the Sicilian School and Guittone d'Arezzo . He exchanged poems with Chiaro Davanzati , Guido Orlandi , and Dante amongst others. He replied to Dante's appeal for help in interpreting his dream in the first sonnet of the Vita nova (‘A ciascun' alma presa’) with an interesting sonnet (‘Di ciò che stato sei dimandatore’), which refers to contemporary medical lore. His Italian poems (two canzoni , five ballate , forty-seven sonnets) appeared for the first time in the ...

Dolce stil novo

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The Oxford Companion to Italian Literature

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...Dino Frescobaldi , but sometimes even Guido Orlandi and Sennuccio Del Bene . This extension of the list goes back only to the 19th c., when aesthetes and pre-Raphaelites, with their taste for ‘primitive’ art, made the stil novo into an esoteric sect of ‘Fedeli d'Amore’. About the same time there was a focusing on the idea of the lady-as-angel as a key stil novo concept, though it was by no means original, and is to be found in Giacomo da Lentini , Guittone d'Arezzo , and Dante da Maiano . Dante's sonnet ‘Guido i’ vorrei che tu e Lapo ed io'—really...

Angelico, Fra

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The Oxford Dictionary of Saints (5 rev. ed.)

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2011
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...serenity and a religious dedication achieved by few others. They reveal also a marvellous command of colour, light, and perspective. He is generally reckoned one of the greatest painters of the Quattrocento. Feast: 18 February . Studies by J. Pope-Hennessy (1952), S. Orlandi (1964) and T. S. Centi (1984); see also W. Hood, Fra Angelico at San Marco (1993) and Bibl. SS., vi....

prose style, Latin

prose style, Latin   Reference library

The Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages

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...und Stilistik (1965). J. Martin , ‘Classicism and Style in Latin Literature’, in Renaissance and Renewal in the Twelfth Century , ed. R. L. Benson and G. Constable , with C. D. Lanham (1982), 537–68. C. Mohrmann , Études sur le latin des chrétiens , 4 vols (1958–77). G. Orlandi , ‘ Le statistiche sulle clausole della prosa: Problemi e proposte ’, Filologia mediolatina , 5 (1998), 1–35. E. Paratore , ‘Alcuni caratteri dello stile della cancelleria federiciana’, VII Centenario della morte di Federico II, imperatore e re di Sicilia (10–18 dicembre 1950):...

Pisa

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The Grove Encyclopedia of Medieval Art and Architecture

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... 1302 ), for which he created the St John ( 1301–2 ). Another of his works, a Madonna and Child ( 1301–2 ; Paris, Louvre), was painted for S Francesco, as was Giotto’s altarpiece depicting the Stigmatization of St Francis ( c. 1300 ; Paris, Louvre). The Lucchese Deodato orlandi , who painted the cycle of scenes from the Lives of SS Peter and Paul ( 1300 ) in S Piero in Grado for the Caetani family, showed great awareness of the work of Giotto. In 1319 Simone Martini , who executed the S Caterina Polyptych ( 1319–20 ; Pisa, Mus. N. S Matteo), was in...

France, Republic of

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The Grove Encyclopedia of Medieval Art and Architecture

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2013
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...l’Histoire de l’Art Français in 1854 , with its own bulletin for the publication of inventories, letters and documents of all kinds concerning the history of French art, was intended for the same scholarly readership. Its best-known publication, P.-J. Mariette ’s rewriting of Orlandi’s Abécédario , appeared serially from 1851 to 1860 , but the importance of work published by the society in the Archives de l’art français and the Bulletin de la Société de l’histoire de l’art français lies in the accumulation of thousands of less glamorous documents. The...

LEGGIADRIA

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Fosca Mariani-Zini

Dictionary of Untranslatables: A Philosophical Lexicon

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2017
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...the Renaissance. Fosca Mariani-Zini Bibliography Alberti, Leon Battista . De re ædificatoria . Florence: Niccolò di Lorenzo Alamani, 1485. Translation by Cosimo Bartoli : L’Architettura . Florence, Torrentino, 1550. Translation by Giovanni Orlandi : L’architettura / De re aedificatoria . 2 vols. Edited by G. Orlandi . Introduction and notes by Paolo Portoghesi. Milan: Polifilo, 1966. Translation by Joseph Rykwert , Neil Leach , and Robert Tavernor : On the Art of Building in Ten Books . Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1988. Alberti, Leon Battista . On...

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