Carpaccio, Vittore


Carpaccio, Vittore
[kar'patʃo]
худ.
Карпа́ччо, Витто́ре

Deutsch-russische wörterbuch der kunst. 2013.

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  • Carpaccio, Vittore — • Venetian painter whose real name was Scarpazza, b. at Venice about 1455; d. in the same city between 1523 and 1526 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Carpaccio, Vittore — born с 1460, Venice died 1525/26, Venice Italian painter active in Venice. Little is known of his early life, but the dominant influences on his work were the Bellini family and Antonello da Messina. In the 1490s he began the first of four cycles …   Universalium

  • Carpaccio, Vittore — (active c. 1488 1526)    Carpaccio may have studied with Gentile Bellini in Venice and, like Gentile, he catered mainly to the Venetian scuole (confraternities) and used a journalistic approach. His greatest achievement is the series he created… …   Dictionary of Renaissance art

  • Carpaccio,Vittore — Car·pac·cio (kär päʹchē ō, chō), Vittore. 1460? 1525?. Italian painter noted for his vivid narrative series on religious subjects. * * * …   Universalium

  • Carpaccio, Vittore — ► (¿1455 1525?) Pintor italiano. En sus obras se aprecia el colorido propio de la escuela veneciana. Entre ellas: La Presentación en el templo y San Jorge. * * * (1460, Venecia–1525/26, Venecia). Pintor italiano que desarrolló su obra en Venecia …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • CARPACCIO, VITTORE —    a Venetian painter of great celebrity, particularly in his early pieces, for his truth of delineation, his fertile imagination, and his rich colouring; his works are numerous, and have nearly all of them sacred subjects; an Italian critic says …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Vittore Carpaccio —     Vittore Carpaccio     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Vittore Carpaccio     A Venetian painter whose real name was Scarpazza, b. at Venice about 1455; d. in the same city between 1523 and 1526. He was one of those Venetian masters who formed a link …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Carpaccio — carpaccio. (Voz it.). m. Plato compuesto de lonchas de carne o pescado, cortadas muy finas y condimentadas con diversas especias, que se consume crudo. * * * Este artículo trata del plato; para el pintor, véase Vittore Carpaccio El carpaccio es… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • carpaccio — [ karpatʃ(j)o ] n. m. • 1973; mot it., du nom du peintre ♦ Plat composé de très fines tranches de filet de bœuf cru, servies avec un assaisonnement. ● carpaccio nom masculin (de Carpaccio, nom propre) Viande de bœuf crue, coupée en fines lamelles …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Carpaccio (Homonymie) — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Carpaccio est est une préparation de viande de bœuf Carpaccio Vittore (Venise, 1460 1526), de son vrai nom Scarpazza, est un peintre italien Ce document… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Vittore Carpaccio — Joven caballero en un paisaje, cuadro de Vittore Carpaccio. Madrid, Museo Thyssen Bornemisza. Vittore (o Vittorio) Carpaccio (Venecia, circa 1460 1525/1526) fue un pintor cuatrocentista italiano. Ocupa un lugar destacado en la pintura veneciana… …   Wikipedia Español

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