Synonyms for arienti or Related words with arienti

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Examples of "arienti"
Arienti was one of the best Italian amateur cyclists in 1960, and was selected for the Olympic games. After the Olympic Games, Arienti became professional, focussing on track events and six-day racing. After 1972 he ended his career.
Arienti is an Italian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
In 2007, Arienti was commissioned by Art Pace for their International Artist-In-Residence program. There he exhibited "Library", a landscape of 400 bushels of wheat and 99 books that were buried within. In the Fall of 2010, Arienti showed his third solo exhibition, "natura, natura, natura" at greengrassi in London, UK.
Besides the artisanal production, corzetti are also made on an industrial basis using ravioli machines made by such companies as Arienti & Cattaneo, Ima, Ostoni and Zamboni.
Stefano Arienti (born 1961) is an Italian artist whose art is inspired by the Arte Povera and Conceptual movements. He lives and works in Milan, Italy.
On the Austrian-Hungarian side two commanders distinguished themselves: Major General Géza Lukachich von Somorja, commander of the 5th Mountain Brigade, who retook Redipuglia, and Major General Novak von Arienti who retook Hill 383 with his 1st Mountain Brigade.
Giovanni Sabadino degli Arienti (Bologna 1445 – Bologna 1510) was an Italian humanist, author and poet. He worked as a secretary for Count Andrea Bentivoglio. His most famous work "Novelle Porretane" (1483) is a collection of sixty-one tales in imitation of Boccacio's "Decameron". In "De Triumphis Religionis", a treatise on the virtues of a prince, he described the court of Ercole d'Este as an exemplar of the virtue of magnificence. Long relegated to obscurity by critics of his "arid" style, Arienti has enjoyed more appreciation recently for his attempt to create a Bolognese literary vernacular.
Gastaldi was born and died in Turin. He studied at the Accademia Albertina under Michele Cusa, Giovan Battista Biscarra, and Carlo Arienti. He then traveled to Florence and Rome during 1850–1851 and 1853–1859; and spent some time in Paris studying in the studio of the history painter Thomas Couture. He met also Paul Delaroche.
His sons, Giuseppe (1813–1843) and Francesco Sabatelli (1801–1829), were painters and professors of art in Florence; both died young. Among his pupils were Carlo Arienti, Giuseppe Sogni, Luigi Pedrazzi, Giuseppe Penuti, Michelangelo Fumagalli, Giacomo Marinez, Girolamo Daverio Luzzi, and Giulio Arrivabene. Alessandro Durini was also a pupil.
"Corriere delle dame" was established in 1804. The founder was Carolina Arienti (also known as Carolina Lattanzi), the wife of Giuseppe Lattanzi. She edited the magazine, which included articles about literature and theatre of France and Italy. It targeted men, women and children. However, it was mostly read by women from higher social class. The magazine is the origin of the Lombard costume.
The opera was given its Polish premiere and sung in the original Polish at the Grand Theatre, Poznań, on 25 May 2013 in honour of Meyer's 70th birthday. It was the first time the opera had been revived since its premiere in Wuppertal. The Poznań production was directed by Ran Arthur Braun and conducted by Krzysztof Słowiński, with space-scenography by Justin C. Arienti.
In 1992 Levi selected her to represent Italy with her installation “Coca Cola Classic” at the international exhibit “The Seven Artists” organized in Tokyo by INFAS and Hanae Mori's family. In 1991, together with other artists, she founded "Slam", an irregularly published contemporary art journal. In 1991, together with artists Stefano Arienti, Amedeo Martegani and Mario Dellavedova, Chierici founded the company "Art & Mass".
From the late 1960s through the 1970s, Colnago was generally regarded as one of the builders of the world's best custom road race frames. In 1960, Colnago rose to fame as Luigi Arienti rode to a gold medal at the Rome Olympics on a Colnago bicycle.
His father worked for the Royal Accounting Office. He was the younger brother of Francesco Gamba, who was already well-established as a painter when Enrico was a boy. At the age of twelve, he was enrolled at the Accademia Albertina, where he studied with Michele Cusa, Giovanni Marghinotti and Carlo Arienti.
Luigi Arienti (born 6 January 1937) is an Italian former racing cyclist. At the 1960 Summer Olympics, he and teammates Marino Vigna, Mario Vallotto and Franco Testa won an Olympic gold medal in the team pursuit, with a time of 4:30.90.
Carlo Arienti (July 21, 1801 – March 21, 1873) was an Italian painter. He was born in Arcore, Brianza (Other sources say Mantua), and trained in the Brera Academy in Milan under Luigi Sabatelli. He became a professor of art in the same academy, when he was commissioned to paint the staircase of the royal palace in Turin with a depiction of the victory of the Italian army over the Austrians.
Behind the altar is a tryptich of the "Crucifixion", painted in monochrome on multiple glass layers by Andrea Mastrovito. In the center a peacock is at the feet of the crucifix with tail furled. In the right panel, Pope John XXIII comforts a photographic panel of mourners. The concrete on the walls has a monochrome fresco pattern suggestive of a leafy forest, made by Stefano Arienti. The artist Ferrario Frères has created a Via Crucis based on a Hans Memling painting.
The collection includes works by Alighiero Boetti, William Kentridge, Kara Walker, Ed Ruscha, Gilbert & George, Gino De Dominicis, Michael Raedecker, Anish Kapoor, Gerhard Richter, Francesco Clemente, Lara Favaretto, Marlene Dumas, Maurizio Cattelan, Gabriele Basilico, Kiki Smith, Thomas Ruff, Luigi Ghirri, Manfredi Beninati, Vanessa Beecroft, Stefano Arienti, Francis Alys, Ugo Rondinone, Thomas Schutte, Francesco Gostoli and archives of architects Carlo Scarpa, Aldo Rossi and Pier Luigi Nervi.
In 2010 in the contest of the event "Vivere Sani Vivere Bene" (Live Healthy, Live Well), the Fondazione Zoé/Zambon Group invited AfTW to organize an exhibition focused on the theme of health and in particular on breath, as an ideal prosecution of the first collaboration for the exhibition "The Edge of Awareness" in 1998 . The exhibition "Respiro/Breath" was presented in various spaces and venues around the city of Vicenza, featuring audio and video installations by Vito Acconci, and Nikos Navridis, and billboards by Stefano Arienti, Alfredo Jaar, Ilya Kabakov, Sol LeWitt, and Pat Steir.
He was born in Pollone in the province of Biella, Piedmont. He was a pupil of Enrico Gamba and Carlo Arienti at the Albertina Academy in Turin, Delleani worked initially in the field of history painting and received various marks of official recognition. He exhibited work at the Paris Salon of 1874 and gradually modernised his means of expression and range of subjects at the end of the decade with a new focus on landscape and painting from life. The early 1880s saw an exclusive focus on painting en plein air, capturing light in thick strokes of colour. His most frequent subjects were views of the Piedmontese and Lombard countryside in changing conditions of light and season. The artist’s presentation of some 40 works at the Venice Biennale in 1905 and participation in the International Exhibition in Munich of the same year set the seal on his international success. He died in Turin. Among his pupils were Giuseppe Bozzalla and Giuseppe Buscaglione.