The Lady In The Painting

Author: Claudia Ross
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 030012516X
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Accompanying CD-ROM provides listening practice, listening comprehension activities, and a toggle function enabling users to switch between traditional and simplified characters at any point in the story.

Our Lady Of Guadalupe

Author: John Francis Moffitt
Publisher: McFarland
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Originally published in Spanish, this volume provides an in-depth study of Our Lady of Guadalupe. It places the work within the context of art history as well as local contemporary events.

The Lady In Gold

Author: Anne-Marie O'Connor
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 030795756X
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The spellbinding story, part fairy tale, part suspense, of Gustav Klimt’s Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer, one of the most emblematic portraits of its time; of the beautiful, seductive Viennese Jewish salon hostess who sat for it; the ...

The Painted Closet Of Lady Anne Bacon Drury

Author: H. L. Meakin
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780754663973
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She notes the Drury emblems' uniqueness in that many of them are of "a distinctly
metaphysical turn.”2 Edward Croft-Murray mentions the painted closet in his book
on decorative painting in England, and lists a short description of its appearance
and provenance under the heading “Anonymous: Elizabethan and Early
Jacobean, Domestic,” with the following speculation: “Painted probably for Anne,
Lady Drury, wife of Sir Robert Drury and daughter of Sir Nicholas Bacon of

Inventions Of The Skin The Painted Body In Early English Drama

Author: Andrea Stevens
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748670505
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The Tyrant's plans go awry via the agency of his rival Govianus, who turns the
Lady's corpse into an instrument of revenge by painting poison upon her lips.
Revisiting the motifs of resurrection and transfiguration I discussed at the outset
of this study, the Lady's spirit – which first appears in dazzling white amidst a
great light – returns to oversee the reburial of her body; soul and body thus share
the stage in the play's final act. Given the problems inherent in determining the
dates of ...

The Lady And The Unicorn

Author: Tracy Chevalier
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101213186
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I was still looking at the paintings when Georges came into the workshop. His
face was bleary and his hair stuck out everywhere, as if he had rolled his head
about in his sleep. He stood next to me and looked down at the paintings. “Can
you make them into proper designs?” “Yes.” “Bien. Make some small sketches of
the changes for Léon to see. When he's satisfied you can start on the cartoons.” I
nodded. Georges stared at the painting of the Lady with the unicorn in her lap.

A Hand Book Of The History Of Painting Tr By A Lady M Hutton Ed With Notes By C L Eastlake

Author: Franz Theodor Kugler
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It is always made thus important in the cycles of Scriptural types, in allusion to the
Messiah being born of the woman alone. The four subjects at the angles— David
Beheading Goliath, Judith with the Head of Holofernes, the Punishment of
Haman, and the Brazen Serpent — are types of the Redemption ; at the same
time they are connected, as intermediate symbols, with the subjects of the ceiling.
In the Speculum Salvationis (c. 13), the first of these accompanies Christ's victory
over ...