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There is one subspecies : "Terebra pertusa milely"
There is one subspecies: "Colina pinguis madagascariensis"
Miko Mission (born Pier Michele
; June 22, 1945 in Alessandria, Italy) is an Italian Italo disco artist.
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Fasciolariidae, the spindle snails, the tulip snails and their allies.
In 1936 he won a silver medal in the art competitions of the Olympic Games for his "Quattro
per affreschi" ("Four Sketches for Frescoes").
Two finished terracotta "
" at the Detroit Institute of Arts, securely attributed to Bernini, reflect his exploration of the fountain's themes of the intertwined upended dolphins and the muscular, scaly-tailed Triton.
In 70s he recorded some songs with the name Pier
, achieving good critical reviews. In 1975 he came back to Sanremo Festival, credited as Miko, with the song "Signora Mia".
Eydallin was born in Turin and lives in Sauze d'Oulx. In 2003, when he started ski mountaineering, he competed first in the "Trofeo
" event and became a member of the national selection.
Smaragdinella fragilis is a species of sea snail, a bubble snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Haminoeidae. The scientific name of the species was first published in 2008 by
Dessauer collected European sculpture, especially three-dimensional models for sculpture called maquettes or
. They are of special interest to experts because they show the creative process. The "Sammlung Dessauer" (Dessauer Collection) of 340 pieces from several periods up to "Klassische Moderne" is the largest private collection of
in Germany. A selection of 72 pieces from the Baroque era was shown in 2002 in the Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg, the Alte Galerie (Old Gallery) of the Landesmuseum Joanneum in Graz, the Kunstmuseum "Kloster Unser Lieben Frauen" in Magdeburg, and the Augustinermuseum in Freiburg, under the title "Kleine Ekstasen – Barocke Meisterwerke aus der Sammlung Dessauer" (Little ecstasies – Baroque master works from the Dessauer Collection). It showed
from Baroque, Rococo and Classicism by sculptors including Antonio Canova, François Duquesnoy, Etienne-Maurice Falconet, Jean-Antoine Houdon, Camillo Rusconi und Philipp Jakob Straub.
Paintings are usually sketched on the canvas before work begins, and sculptures are frequently planned using a maquette. These works-in-progress can be as sought after as (or even more sought after than) completed works by highly regarded artists because they help reveal the process of creating a work of art. Gian Lorenzo Bernini, a sculptor from the Baroque period, made his
(an Italian term for the prototype sculpture) from wax or baked terracotta to show those that had commissioned him how the final piece was intended to look. Eleven of these
were displayed in an exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago in 2004. Some museums specialise in collections of maquettes, such as the Museo dei
in Pietrasanta, Italy.
reached the peak of his popularity during the 1980s under the stage name Miko Mission with Italo disco hits like "How Old Are You?". Master Blaster produced a remix of the song in 2003 on their album "We Love Italo Disco". In the same year "The World Is You" was remixed by Italo Allstars.
At rare intervals he exhibited terra cotta "
" at the irregularly staged exhibitions of the Accademia del Disegno, Florence: in 1715 a "Pietà" in terracotta by "Sig. M.S." A major document for his career is his autobiography, dated 1718, correspondence, and the inventory taken after his death.
The follow-up single "Around My Dream '93" was released in 1993 in Italy and re-released in 2000 in a dance classics collection. It was written by Pegoraro,
and Bais, produced by Stefano Scalera, and mixed by Mario Flores.
Salvadori was also hired by the Ricordi publishing company to create model set designs ("
") for future performances of Ricordi's catalogue. At least three operas by Giacomo Puccini received their definitive 'look' through Salvadori's agency: "Edgar" (complete scenography, 1889), "La Bohème" (alternative design for Act II, combining models by Lucien Jusseaume and Albert Dubosq, 1901), and "Tosca" (alternative design for Act II, 1901).
Antonio Giorgetti (1635 – 24 December 1669) was an . He was born and died in Rome, where he spent his entire career, a disciple of Gian Lorenzo Bernini. His most prominent sculpture is the "Angel with the Sponge" on the "Ponte Sant'Angelo", where he was working under the direction of Bernini, who provided sketches and in some instances "
" for the angels.
A bronze version, created from the terracotta
(preparatory works) done by Bernini, exists in a private collection in New York. There is also a drawing of Scipione Borghese, done in red chalk and graphite, in the Morgan Library in New York. Finally, there is a caricature of the same sitter done by Bernini in the Vatican Library, Italy.
It is used to visualize and test shapes and ideas without incurring the cost and effort of producing a full-scale product. It is the analogue of the painter's cartoon, "modello", oil sketch or drawn sketch. For commissioned sculptures, especially monumental public sculptures, a "maquette" may be used to show the client how the finished work will fit in the proposed site. The term may also refer to a prototype for a video game, film, or any other type of media. "Modello", unlike the other terms, is also used for sketches for two-dimensional works such as paintings. Like oil sketches, these works in progress can be at least as much sought after as completed works by highly regarded artists, showing the process of developing an idea. Gian Lorenzo Bernini, a sculptor from the Baroque period, made his
from wax or baked terracotta to show his patrons how the final piece was intended to look. Eleven of these
were displayed in an exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago in 2004. Some museums specialize in collections of maquettes, such as the Museo dei
in Pietrasanta, Italy.
One of the
(preparatory works in terracotta) is in the Ringling Museum, Sarasota, in the USA. It was verified as a Bernini by art historian Rudolf Wittkower and purchased for US$5,880 by the museum in 1961; a fact corroborated in newspaper reports of the time. However, the current Ringling museum website states the work to be the design of Bernini and executed by Giuliano Finelli.
His work is exhibited at La Loggia, at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, at The National Museum of Western Art in Tokyo, and at the Galleria d'Arte Moderna in Turin. The largest collection, however is at the Gipsoteca “Leonardo Bistolfi” in Casale Monferrato, where more than 170 of his works are on display in five rooms. These include drawings and sketches as well as works and
in terracotta, plasticine, and gesso and some sculptures in marble and bronze.
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