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Inventaire Général Des Dessins Italiens Tome IX . Baccio Bandinelli,Dessins,Sculptures,Peinture - Viatte Françoise et Marc Bormand /Vincent Delieuvin Avec La Collaboration De Véronique Goarin
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Golden Books. Paperback. VERY GOOD. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp(s)., Golden Books, Baltimore, The John Hopkins Press, 1987. First edition. Library Binding. Ex-Library. 802 pages. With library stamps & labels. Light wear to spine, covers & corners. Volume 108 1987 VOLUME 108, No. 1 WHOLE NUMBER 429 CONTENTS ARTICLES - JAMES W. POULTNEY Non-Concinnity in Pindar - DANA FERRIN SUTTON The Theatrical Families of Athens - DONATELLA GALEOTTI PAPI Victors and Sufferers in Euripides’ Helen - JOHN VAN SICKLE The Elogia of the Cornelii Scipiones and the Origin of Epigram at Rome - SUSAN SKULSKY The Sibyl’s Rage and the Marpessan Rock - MYLES MCDONNELL The Speech of Numidicus at Gellius, N. A. 1.6 - James L. Franklin, Jr Pantomimists at Pompeii: Actius Anicetus and his Troupe - KLAUS SALLMANN Reserved for Eternal Punishment: The Elder Pliny’s View of Free Germania (HN 16.1-6) - JOHN NICOLS Indigenous Culture and the Process of Romanization in Iberian Galicia INTERPRETATIONS - David C. Young Pindar and Horace Against the Telchines (Ol. 7.53 and Carm. 4.4.33) - Emily Mcdermott Medea Line 37: A Note - IAN WORTHINGTON Aristophanes Ecclesiazusae 76-81 and Argus - D. POTTER A Note on Ath. Pol. 24.3 - HOWARD JACOBSON Vergil’s Dido and Euripides’ Helen - William C. Calder III “Vir bonus, discendi peritus” VOLUME 108, No. 2 WHOLE NUMBER 430 CONTENTS ARTICLES - MICHAEL C. J. PUTNAM Daedalus, Virgil, and the End of Art - GEORGE DEVEREUX Thamyris and the Muses - FREDERICK M. COMBELLACK The ??s?? ?? t?? ???e?? - Leslie COLLINS The Wrath of Paris: Ethical Vocabulary and Ethical Type in the Iliad - Lowell EDMUNDS The Aristophanic Cleon’s ‘Disturbance’ of Athens - NIALL W. SLATER The Dates of Plautus’ Curculio and Trinummus Reconsidered - EVA M. Thury Lucretius’ Poem as a Simulacrum of the De Rerum Natura - SETH BENARDETE Cicero’s De Legibus: Its Plan and Intention - DAVID SIDER The Love Poetry of Philodemus - G.B. TOWNEND Oppius on Julius Caesar - Thomas F. Curley, III The Consolation of Philosophy as a Work of Literature INTERPRETATIONS - JOHN BRODIE MCDIAR MID Pindar Olympian 6.82-83: The Doxa, The Whetstone, and the Tongue - MARK GRIFFITH Aeschylus Choephori 3a 3b (or 9a-9b)? - J. A. S. Evans The ‘Recent Prominence’ of Themistocles - Annette Teffeteller Dale a?ta ta ?sa: Phaedo 74C1: A Philological Perspective - Gregory Crane Bees without Honey, and Callimachean Taste - Ross G. Arthur Sound and Sense in Ox. Pap. XXII 2322 - David Mankin Lucilius and Archilochus: Fragment 698 (Marx) - E. COURTNEY Petronius and the Underworld CONTENTS 108 3 WHOLE NUMBER 431 ARTICLES - P.G. Maxwell-Stuart Homer’s Earrings - RALPH M. ROSEN Hipponax Fr 48 Dg. and the Eleusinian Kykeon - E.M. Hall. The geography of Euripides’ lphigeneia among the Taurians - Richard Moorton Euripides’Andromeda in Aristophanes’ Frogs - Anne H. Groton. Anger in Menander’s Samia - George W. HOUSTON LUCIAN’S Navigium and the Dimensions of the Isis - S.V. Tracy. Laocoon’s Guilt - JEFFREY WILLS Scyphus A Homeric Hapax in Virgil - D. R. Shackleton Bailey On Petronius - W. S. WATT Five Notes on Tacitus, Agricola - Vivienne Gray Mimesis in Greek Historical Theory - John A. C. Greppin Latin Nenia and the Armenian Galen Dictionary - Adrian Parvulescu “Coppice” and “Coppicing” in Old Forestry. A Note on the Etymology of Grk. d????; ‘Coppice’ and Skt. Vana ‘Forest’ - MARTHA W. BALDWIN BOWSKY M. Tittius Sex.f. Aem. and the Jews of Berenice (Cyrenaica) Michael B. Poliakoff - Melankomas, ?? ???µa???, and Greek Boxing - Christoph F. Konrad Some Friends of Sertorius - CHARLES ZABROWSKI A Note on the Interlinear Glosses in the Aeschylean Codex Marc. Gr. 468 (Nunc 653)(V) Volume 108 No 4 Whole Number 432 CONTENTS - Thomas Cole. 1 + 1= 3: Studies in Pindar’s Arithmetic - Glenn W MOST TWO leaden Metaphors in Pindar P. 2 - Richard HAMILTON CRIES WITHIN and the Tragic Skene - Wesley E THOMPSON The commercial Dispute at D. 52.20 - Joseph F GANNON An interpretation of Timon of Phlius Fr. 38 D - George KLOSKO PLATO AND THE MORALITY OF FALLACY - P.A. VAN DER WAERDT Aristotle’s criticism of Soul Division - E. Badian. Probability in an Emendation in Cicero’s Letters - Howard Jacobson Horace’s Maeonian Song - Patricia A. Johnston Berenice, and Arsinoe: Aeneid 6.460 - Martin M. WINKLER “Tuque Optime Vates”: Musaeus in Book Six of the Aeneid - BRUCE HEIDEN Laudes Herculeae: Suppressed Savagery in the Hymn to Hercules (Verg. A. 8.285-305) - CHARLES R. BARTON Greek EIPO, Latin Sero, Armenian Verum - Brian Joseph and Rex Wallace Latin sum/Oscan sum, sim, esum - Eric P. Hamp Ad AJP 102 (1981) - Eric P. Hamp Latin Animus, Anima - BARRY BALDWIN Egersimon in Martianus Capella - Christian Habicht, G. W. Bowersock, and C. P. Jones Epigraphica Asiae Minoris Rapta aut Obruta - FRANCIS PIEJKO The Settlement of Sardis after the Fall of Achaeus - Kent J. Rigsby A Decree of Haliartus on Cult - BARRY STRAUSS A Note on the Topography and Tactics of the Battle of Aegospotami - NANCY DEMAND Herodotus’ Encomium of Athens: Science or Rhetoric? - HAGITH SIVAN On Foederati, Hospitalitas, and the Settlement of the Goths in a.d. 418 Quantity Available: 1. Category: Language & Linguistics; Magazines & Periodicals; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 010257. ., Baltimore, 1987, Golden Books, 1997-05-01. Paperback. Good., Golden Books, 1997-05-01, Wellington, NZ: Gordon & Gotch, 1907. Very Good. A book preserving from forgetfulness tales of the New Zealand Maori, handed down by word of mouth from generation to generation, to the period when contact with the white man was just beginning. A most remarkable feature of these tales is the similarity which some of them bear to certain Greek myths, such as Orpheus and Eurydice; Hercules and Deianeira, Arion, Neptune and Amphitrite, and the great Apollo myth; also resemblances to Aryan mythology. Nevertheless, they are all tales whose authors had never so much as heard of Homer, Hesiod or Herodotus, to whom Greek mythology was a sealed book. A fascinating glimpse illuminating the Maori people, possessed of a soul, senstive beyond belief to romantic and sentimental impressions, and that in their musings leaped toa mental altitude as high as that attained by the great mythologist of the ancients. Green boards with gold writing to spine and white writing to front cover.Bumped corners and spine.Foxing on inside pages.Slight wear and tear commensurate with age; inscribed title page Binding a little loose., Gordon & Gotch, 1907, Paris: "L'Edition", 1921. Published 1921. In French. Handsomely bound copy with the original softcovers bound in. Stories of the heroes and legends of love, with sections including: Les Exploits d'Hercule; Les Muses Irritees; La Flute Retrouvee; Les Tendresses Conjugales; Les Noces Sanglantes; La Vierge Sauvage; Le Murier Noir; Le Cavalier Celest; L'Amour Solitaire; Le Retour d'Helene; Le Cyclope Aveugle; L'Amour Immortel. Signed binding by P. B. Sanford. Three quarter green-black morocco over green cloth, raised spine bands, gilt lettering, top edge gilt, other edges uncut, marbled endpapers, 235 pages plus the original covers. Some light shelfwear, slight warp to rear cover, good hinges, sound text block, very clean pages with some age-toning, one very professional repair to a closed tear, no names or other markings. Very clean and attractive copy.. Hard Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., "L'Edition", 1921, Hardback. New. Located in the Cyclades and surrounded by the blue-green water of the Aegean sits whitewashed, windmill-strewn Mykonos, the island of the winds. This ancient island and those surrounding it, mythologized as the bodies of gods felled by Hercules in the time of antiquity, are older legend and have pla, Wilanow Palace Museum, 2013. Soft cover. Fine. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Oversized paperback in fine, clean and bright condition throughout; numerous colour and b&w illustrations, entirely in English. Minor signs of gentle wear only, unmarked text, tight binding. Straight spine, free of vertical creases, with a few very small creases/wrinkles to rear upper spine corner. Scarce title, 251pp, NOT ex-library. Weight: 1.5 lb. --- This illustrated volume was prepared by the Wilanow Palace Museum on the occasion of the temporary exhibition Primus Inter Pares, marking the 330th anniversary of the Victory of Vienna. It features a collection of 26 essays grouped into 5 thematic sections. Contents: Introduction; Timeline of Jan III; HOME AND FORMATIVE YEARS: Sobieski's School Education in the Spirit of Christian and Civic Humanism; Young King's Travels Through Europe; Sobieski and the Intellectual Circle of Justus Lipsius; Sobieski: Landlord and Landowner; Royal Apartments in Wilanow Palace; The Wealth of Plants on the Plafonds of the Four Seasons as an Expression of Royal Sentiment; WAR AND PEACE: A French Diplomat's Account of Sobieski's Election as the King of Poland; Sobieski's Military Genius; Medals of Sobieski: Domestic Self-Creation and Foreign Policy; Portraits of the Great and Invincible King and Their Role in Shaping His Military Triumph, Politics and Dynasty-Oriented Plans; Northern Overland Route to China; SOBIESKI AND MUSES: Royal Scholars in Rome; Painting in the King's Taste; Relations Between Sobieski and Adam Kochanski SJ and Other Jesuits; Sobieski with Telescope and Microscope; Sobieski and 17th Century Political Uranography; Music in Sobieski's Circle; LOVE AND THE LOVED ONES: The Beloved Wife; Children of Jan III and Marie Casimire; The Political Life of the Sobieski Royal Couple; Sobieski (and Family) Memorabilia and Votive Offerings in Polish Churches; LEGEND: Music to the Glory of Jan III at the Roman Court of Marie Casimire; On the Subject of the Equestrian Statue of Jan III in Agrykola; Monumental Anniversary Memorial of the Relief of Vienna on Polish Territory; Hercules, Aetius, Jan; The Scope of Sobieski's Legend; Works of Art, Places and Commonplace Mementoes as Traces of the Sobieski Myth: the Italian Preliminary Search; List of Works Exhibited; Index of People; Index of Places, Wilanow Palace Museum, 2013, El Dorado, Panama, Republic of Panama: Focus Publications (Int.), S.A., 1990. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Very good/very good. Roberta G. Jones, Picture Editor. Illustrations (some in color), Index. 132 pages and 28 pages. Front endpaper illustration of the storming of Panama by U.S. Forces. Rear enpaper is may of Panama and inset on the airborne assault. Ink notation on fep verso. Illustrated with 320 photographs. Index. DJ has slight wear and soiling. The United States Invasion of Panama, code named Operation Just Cause, was an invasion of Panama by the United States between mid-December 1989 and late January 1990. It occurred during the administration of President George H. W. Bush and ten years after the Torrijos-Carter Treaties were ratified to transfer control of the Panama Canal from the U.S. to Panama by 1 January 2000. During the invasion, de facto Panamanian leader, general, and dictator Manuel Noriega was deposed, president-elect Guillermo Endara sworn into office, and the Panamanian Defense Force dissolved. The military incursion into Panama began on 20 December 1989, at 1:00 a.m. local time. The operation involved 27,684 U.S. troops and over 300 aircraft, including C-130 Hercules tactical transports flown by the 317th Tactical Airlift Wing (which was equipped with the Adverse Weather Aerial Delivery System or AWADS) and 314th Tactical Airlift Wing, AC-130 Spectre gunship, OA-37B Dragonfly observation and attack aircraft, C-141 Starlifter and C-5 Galaxy strategic transports, F-117A Nighthawk stealth aircraft flown by the 37th Tactical Fighter Wing, and AH-64 Apache attack helicopter. The invasion of Panama was the first combat deployment for the AH-64, the HMMWV, and the F-117A. Panamanian radar units were jammed by two EF-111As of the 390th ECS, 366th TFW. These aircraft were deployed against the 16,000 members of the PDF. The operation began with an assault of strategic installations, such as the civilian Punta Paitilla Airport in Panama City and a PDF garrison and airfield at Rio Hato, where Noriega also maintained a residence. U.S. Navy SEALs destroyed Noriega's private jet and a Panamanian gunboat. A Panamanian ambush killed four SEALs and wounded nine. Other military command centers throughout the country were also attacked. The attack on the central headquarters of the PDF (referred to as La Comandancia) touched off several fires, one of which destroyed most of the adjoining and heavily populated El Chorrillo neighborhood in downtown Panama City. During the firefight at the Comandancia, the PDF downed two special operations helicopters and forced one MH-6 Little Bird to crash-land in the Panama Canal. The opening round of attacks in Panama City also included a special operations raid on the Carcel Modelo prison (known as Operation Acid Gambit) to free Kurt Muse, a US citizen convicted of espionage by Noriega. Fort Amador was secured by elements of the 1st Battalion (Airborne), 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, and 59th Engineer Company (sappers) in a nighttime air assault which secured the fort in the early hours of 20 December. Fort Amador was a key position because of its relationship to the large oil farms adjacent to the canal, the Bridge of the Americas over the canal, and the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal. Key command and control elements of the PDF were stationed there. C Company 1st Battalion (Airborne) 508th PIR was assigned the task of securing La Comandancia. Furthermore, Fort Amador had a large U.S. housing district that needed to be secured to prevent the PDF from taking U.S. citizens as hostages. This position also protected the left flank of the attack on La Comandancia and the securing of the El Chorrillos neighbourhood, guarded by Dignity Battalions, Noriega supporters that the U.S. forces sometimes referred to as "Dingbats". A few hours after the invasion began, Guillermo Endara was sworn in at Fort Clayton. According to The Los Angeles Times, Endara was the "presumed winner" in the presidential election which had been scheduled earlier that year. A platoon from the 1138th Military Police Company, Missouri Army National Guard, which was on a routine two-week rotation to Panama was called upon to set up a detainee camp on Empire Range to handle the mass of civilian and military detainees. This unit was the first National Guard unit called into active service since the Vietnam War., Focus Publications (Int.), S.A., 1990, Paris / Milan: Louvre Éditions & Officina Libraria, 2011. Livre. As New. Couverture rigide. Edition originale. 285 x 245 Mm.. 4. Immagini fornite dal libraio Baccio Bandinelli. Dessins Italiens du Musee du Louvre. Inventaire Général des Dessins Italiens. (ISBN: 8889854634) Viatte, Francoise Bormand, Marc Delieuvin, Vincent Descrizione libro: Officina Libraria, 2011. Condizione libro: new. French text. Roma, 2011; clothbound , pp. 304, 280b/w ill., 48 col. ill., cm 28,5x24,5. Baccio Bandinelli, artista fiorentino del XVI secolo, è stato uno degli scultori al servizio dei de' Medici. Allievo di Giovan Francesco Rustici, subì grandemente l'influenza di Michelangelo. Una delle sue opere più note, Ercole e Caco, spicca tuttora in piazza della Signoria a Firenze, ammirata da milioni di turisti. Bandinelli lavorò anche a Roma, al servizio di Clemente VII. È soprattutto grazie alle sue doti di disegnatore - Vasari lo dichiara ineguagliabile in questo campo - che questo artista particolare, attento agli scultori del Quattrocento fiorentino e affascinato da Michelangelo, ha convinto anche i suoi detrattori che ne mettevano in dubbio il talento di scultore. Il presente catalogo ragionato esamina le oltre duecento opere conservate al Louvre. Si tratta, oltre a qualche scultura e un dipinto, di disegni originali di Bandinelli, ma anche di fogli della sua scuola, di copie e di disegni respinti, ossia ascrivibili ad altra mano. Tali opere testimoniano della potenza creatrice di questo artista, troppo spesso considerato come una delle bestie nere dell'arte fiorentina. Codice libro della libreria 003930 Descrizione libro: Officina Libraria, Italy, 2011. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. 285 x 245 mm. Brand New Book with Free Worldwide Delivery. Baccio Bandinelli (Florence, 1493-1560) was one of the sculptors that worked for the house of Medici during the first half of the XVI century. A pupil of Giovan Francesco Rustici, he was strongly influenced by Michelangelo. One of his main works, 'Hercules and Cacus', is visible in the Piazza della Signoria and seen by millions of tourists each year. He also worked in Rome where he had been called by pope Clement VII. But, while his talent for sculpture was put in doubt by critics and rivals (Benvenuto Cellini, for instance), Bandinelli's extraordinary drawing skills were universally appreciated - Vasari declared him unrivalled in this domain. Over two hundred drawings held in the Louvre are analysed in this scholarly publication: they include autograph drawings, those by his workshop and those rejected Language : french text., Louvre itions & Officina Libraria, 2011

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[EAN: 9788889854631], Gebraucht, wie neu, [PU: Louvre Éditions & Officina Libraria, Paris / Milan], Jacket, 4. Immagini fornite dal libraio Baccio Bandinelli. Dessins Italiens du Musee du Louvre. Inventaire Général des Dessins Italiens. (ISBN: 8889854634) Viatte, Francoise Bormand, Marc Delieuvin, Vincent Descrizione libro: Officina Libraria, 2011. Condizione libro: new. French text. Roma, 2011; clothbound , pp. 304, 280b/w ill., 48 col. ill., cm 28,5x24,5. Baccio Bandinelli, artista fiorentino del XVI secolo, è stato uno degli scultori al servizio dei de' Medici. Allievo di Giovan Francesco Rustici, subì grandemente l'influenza di Michelangelo. Una delle sue opere più note, Ercole e Caco, spicca tuttora in piazza della Signoria a Firenze, ammirata da milioni di turisti. Bandinelli lavorò anche a Roma, al servizio di Clemente VII. È soprattutto grazie alle sue doti di disegnatore - Vasari lo dichiara ineguagliabile in questo campo - che questo artista particolare, attento agli scultori del Quattrocento fiorentino e affascinato da Michelangelo, ha convinto anche i suoi detrattori che ne mettevano in dubbio il talento di scultore. Il presente catalogo ragionato esamina le oltre duecento opere conservate al Louvre. Si tratta, oltre a qualche scultura e un dipinto, di disegni originali di Bandinelli, ma anche di fogli della sua scuola, di copie e di disegni respinti, ossia ascrivibili ad altra mano. Tali opere testimoniano della potenza creatrice di questo artista, troppo spesso considerato come una delle bestie nere dell'arte fiorentina. Codice libro della libreria 003930 Descrizione libro: Officina Libraria, Italy, 2011. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. 285 x 245 mm. Brand New Book with Free Worldwide Delivery. Baccio Bandinelli (Florence, 1493-1560) was one of the sculptors that worked for the house of Medici during the first half of the XVI century. A pupil of Giovan Francesco Rustici, he was strongly influenced by Michelangelo. One of his main works, 'Hercules and Cacus', is visible in the Piazza della Signoria and seen by millions of tourists each year. He also worked in Rome where he had been called by pope Clement VII. But, while his talent for sculpture was put in doubt by critics and rivals (Benvenuto Cellini, for instance), Bandinelli's extraordinary drawing skills were universally appreciated - Vasari declared him unrivalled in this domain. Over two hundred drawings held in the Louvre are analysed in this scholarly publication: they include autograph drawings, those by his workshop and those rejected Language : french text Size: 285 x 245 Mm.

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Baccio Bandinelli: Dessins Italiens Du Musee Du Louvre (Inventaire General Des Dessins Italiens)

Over two hundred drawings held in the Louvre are analyzed in this scholarly publication: they include autograph drawings, those by his workshop and those rejected.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9788889854631
ISBN (ISBN-10): 8889854634
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Anno di pubblicazione: 2011
Editore: Officina Libraria
318 Pagine
Peso: 1,637 kg
Lingua: fre/Französisch

Libro nella banca dati dal 19.04.2011 19:58:33
libro trovato per l'ultima volta il13.02.2019 14:31:41
ISBN/EAN: 9788889854631

ISBN - Stili di scrittura alternativi:
88-89854-63-4, 978-88-89854-63-1


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