churches and as the former main residence of the nobility. During the Middle Ages, the city was among the main European centres of culture and gave its name to the architecture of the Tarnovo Artistic School, painting of the Tarnovo Artistic School, and to literature. Veliko Tarnovo is an important administrative, economic, educational, and cultural centre of Northern Bulgaria. Etymology The most widespread theory for the name's origin holds that its original names of ''Tarnovgrad'' and ''Tarnovo'' come from the Old Bulgarian тръневъ (''tranev'') or тръновъ (''tranov''), meaning "thorny". The suffix "grad" means "city" in Bulgarian and in many Slavic languages. In 1965, the word велико (''veliko''), meaning "great", was added to the original name in honour of the city's status as an old capital of Bulgaria. This also helps distinguish it from the town of Malko Tarnovo. Climate Veliko Tarnovo has a Temperate climate, with cold snowy winters and hot summers. The average minimum temperature in the coldest month, January, is about , ''Balduinova kula'') is a defensive tower located in the Bulgarian town of Veliko Tarnovo, in the southeast of the Tsarevets Fortress. terminus_b Varna (not constructed from Yablanitsa to Shumen, certain objects are under construction) cities Sofia, next to Botevgrad; Shumen, next to Varna (future: Pleven, Lovech, Veliko Tarnovo and Targovishte) established
;ref Dictionary of Minor Planet Names - p.284 Notable people *Fyodor Dostoyevsky, writer and essayist, in exile 1849–1854 *Mikhail Vrubel, painter, born 1856 *Alexander Kolchak, anti-Bolshevik "Supreme Ruler of Russia" *Vikentii Trofimov, painter, Vrubel Art School painting section headmaster 1924–1932 *Mikhail Ulyanov, actor, studied at Drama Theater 1944–1946
, this was seen as an attempt to banish the gentry’s influence from the arts. The dominant style of the Ming court painters was called the Zhe School (Zhe school (painting)). However, following the ascension of the Yongle emperor (reg 1403-1424), the capital was moved from Nanjing to Beijing, putting a large distance between imperial influence and the city of Suzhou. These new conditions led to the rise of the Wu School of painting, a somewhat subversive style that revived the ideal
from the arts. The dominant style of the Ming court painters was called the Zhe School (Zhe school (painting)). However, following the ascension of the Yongle emperor (reg 1403-1424), the capital was moved from Nanjing to Beijing, putting a large distance between imperial influence and the city of Suzhou. These new conditions led to the rise of the Wu School of painting, a somewhat subversive style that revived the ideal of the inspired scholar-painter in Ming China
trait of the artists of the Baroque Emilian or Bolognese School (Bolognese School (painting)). King Manuel I (Manuel I of Portugal) authorized a trade mission in 1517 when Andrade set sail with 7 cannon-armed merchant vessels with a Muslim interpreter on June 17, 1517. Andrade had been chosen for this mission in Lisbon back in 1515, so that—as a pharmacist—he could investigate the types of pharmaceutical drugs used in East Asia (Traditional Chinese medicine) for the benefit
encourage the so-called Bolognese School (Bolognese School (painting)) of the late 16th century, which included Albani (Francesco Albani), Guercino, Sacchi (Andrea Sacchi), Reni (Guido Reni), Lanfranco (Giovanni Lanfranco) and Domenichino (Domenico Zampieri). The Carracci had their apprentices draw studies focused on observation of nature and natural poses, and use a bold scale in drawing figures. One of Ludovico's main pupils was Giacomo Cavedone and Francesco Camullo
in paintings was guided by Sir Horace Mann (Sir Horace Mann, 1st Baronet) in Florence and William Hamilton (William Hamilton (diplomat)) in Naples. He returned to England in 1768 with fourteen paintings (eight Canalettos and some of the Bolognese School (Bolognese School (painting)), such as Guercino and Guido Reni). Smith, p. 10. Fitzwilliam returned to England for the last time in January 1769 after travelling from Naples over the Alps, through
attempts to marginalize and persecute the scholar class, this was seen as an attempt to banish the gentry’s influence from the arts. The dominant style of the Ming court painters was called the Zhe School (Zhe school (painting)). However, following the ascension of the Yongle emperor (reg 1403-1424), the capital was moved from Nanjing to Beijing, putting a large distance between imperial influence and the city of Suzhou. These new conditions led to the rise of the Wu School
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'') (1577–1660) was an Italian (Italy) Baroque painter of the Bolognese School (Bolognese School (painting)). Life The time of the next resident, Archbishop Tamás Bakócz (†l521) gave the town significant monuments. In 1507 he had Italian (Italy) architects build the Bakócz chapel, which is the earliest and most significant Renaissance building which has survived in Hungary. The altarpiece of the chapel was carved from white marble by Andrea Ferrucci, a sculptor from
thumb right 240px Carlo Cignani, ''Joseph and Potiphar (Image:Carlo Cignani 001.jpg)'s Wife'', Gemäldegalerie, Berlin, 1680 '''Carlo Cignani''' (15 May 1628 - 8 September 1719) was an Italian (Italy) painter of the Bolognese (Bolognese School (painting)) and of the Forlivese (Forlivese school of art) school, active in the Baroque period. Italy In Italy, one's name day is referred to as his or her "Onomastico" and is viewed as almost as important as a birthday, at least in the Southern regions (where there are historically, stronger Greek influences). Often people receive small gifts on their Onomastico. In Italy (especially in the South), children are often named after saints. Some children are named after the saint on whose feast day they were born, others are named after the patron saint of the town they live in, while still others are named after a saint that the parents feel a connection with. During its service in North Africa, the Witwatersrand Rifles were amalgamated with Regiment de la Rey. This combined Regiment, nicknamed the "Royal Boere", saw extensive action in Italy as part of the South African 6th Armoured Division, particularly at Monte Caprara and Monte Stanco. After the Ottoman Empire and Italy began to fight over the province of Libya (Italo-Turkish War) in 1911, Naum like other Christians in the region felt a backlash from the Muslim community and in 1912, he fled to United States, where he began to write for the newspaper ''Intibah'' ܐܢܬܒܗ (''Cirutho'' ܥܝܪܘܬܐ, in English: Awakening), published by Gabriel Boyaji from 1909-1915. He went on to establish various Assyrian newspapers including ''Beth-Nahrin'' in 1916 and became the head of he editorialship of ''Huyodo'', a magazine that is still published today under the same name in by the Assyrian Federation in Sweden. Design and manufacturing With an extra heavy gauge steel body handmade at ''Carrozzeria Padane'' in Modena, Italy, and from 1972 at ''Carrozzeria Saturn'' in Cavallermaggiore, near Torino, Italy, and greater than 19 feet long, the production Blackhawk used Pontiac Grand Prix running gear, Pontiac's 7.5 L (455 in³) V8 engine (Pontiac V8 engine#455), and a GM ''TH400'' (Turbo-Hydramatic) 3-speed automatic transmission. With its engine tuned to produce 425 hp (317 kW) and 420 ft·lbf (570 N·m), the 5000 lb (2300 kg) Blackhawk could accelerate to
: in the Prado's case this includes Italian primitives and works from the English (English art), Dutch (Dutch School (painting)) and German schools, while in the case of the Reina Sofía the Thyssen-Bornemisza collection, once the second largest private collection in the world after the British Royal Collection, Kandell, Jonathan (28 April 2002). "Baron Thyssen-Bornemisza, Industrialist Who Built Fabled Art Collection, Dies at 81". ''The New York Times''. Retrieved 7 August 2012. includes Impressionists, Expressionists, and European and American paintings from the second half of the 20th century, with over 1,600 paintings.
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