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De successione Episcopi Romani contra duos anonymos Cologne: sumptibus Ioannis Kinky, Regole di S. Agostino, S. Benedetto e S. Maestro Fr. Cardinale Ludovici del Titolo di S. Lorenzo in Damaso, della S. Romana Chiesa Vicecancelliere, Arcivesc. The edition is accessible via Google Books. Rome, XVI. The Paris edition is accessible via Google Books. Morellus, Wadding, Annales Ordinis Minorum ed. Order general between and Pupil of Teodoro Foresti da Bergamo and known for a summa of Bonaventurean philosophical thought for use in the Capuchin school network.

Summa totius Philosophiae aristotelicae ad mentem s. Bonaventurae, Doctoris Seraphici, ex eiusdem scriptis majori, qua fieri potuit, diligentia excerptae Rome, Theologian and lector. Guardian of the Milan friary in Provincial minister of the Bologna province. Oratio de miseriis sui temporis ab haeresi, bellis, devastationibus Venice: Bolognino Zalterio, s. Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, , Theologia vniuersa ad mentem Scoti , 12 Vols.

Grenoble, Robert Philippe, Several volumes of this collection can be found under a variety of titles on Google Books. See for instance:. Liber primus sententiarum de Deo Trino ad mentem Scoti Grenoble: Robert Philippe, Polish friar, active in Lithuania. Studied as a collegialis at the Saint Bonaventure Collegium in Rome between and Guardian of the Cracow friary in and later repeatedly guardian in Vilnius.

Among other administrative charges, he held the position of provincial minister between and Francisci Min. Vilnius: Typis Societatis Iesu, Review in Archivum Franciscanum Historicum Jan. Marcus de Aviano Carlo Domenico Cristofori, - Italian friar. He was educated at the Jesuit College of Gorizia, and at the age of 16 he would have tried to reach Crete, to preach the Gospel to the invasion force of the Ottoman Turks.

While he was on the road, he stayed over at the Capuchin friary of Capodistria. The guardian there, who apparently knew his family, convinced him to return home. Yet this episode convinced Carlo Domenico to join the Capuchins. By , he was a Capuchin novice and he adopted the name Marco at his profession. Following a clerical education, he received licence to preach during the Lent and Advent seasons throughout the Republic of Venice and in other Italian states.

He also functioned as guardian of the Capuchin friaries of Belluno and Oderzo In his blessing of a bed-ridden nun supposedly cured her, and he became known as a medical miracle worker. Among those who asked for his intercession was also Emperor Leopold I, whose wife had not yet given him a male heur. This was the starting point of a life-long counsellor relation, in which Marco gave advise on many different political, military and economic, as well as religious issues.

A number of Marco's spiritual letters to the Emperor survive. Under Sobieski, the armies of the League were able to defeat the Turks in at the battle of Viena, which inaugurated the end of Turkish expansion. Marco took part in several follow-up military campaigns, to help internal relations within the Imperial Army and to provide support to soldiers. In this capacity, Marco was involved with the liberation of Buda and Belgrade Marco died of cancer on August 13, in Vienna. Marco d'Aviano, Corrispondenza epistolare , ed. Arturo Maria Basso, 5 Vols.

Abano Terme: Piovan, Markus von Aviano O. Markus von Aviano. Atti del convegno storico internazionale Pordenone novembre , ed. Positio super miraculo , Congregatio de Causis Sanctorum P. Raccolti di studi e documenti dopo il Convegno storico-spirituale del 14 ottobre Gorizia, [Cf. Katalog der Due figure del Seicento veneto. Veneta Fr.

Atti del corso di aggiornamento insegnanti, Pordenone, novembre Pordenone: Comitato P.

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Guliana V. Fantuz Venezia-Mestre: Prov. Veneta dei Frati Cappuccini-Comitato P. Capuchin friar and preacher, active in the St. Louis province. Important Bonaventurian scholar and author of for instance the Paradisus theologicus unius et trium Doctorum, Angelici, Seraphici, subtilis, horumque conciliatoris, fonte irriguus. Paradisus philosophicus unius et trium Doctorum, Angelici, Seraphici, subtilis, horumque conciliatoris, fonte irriguus Marseille, Paradisus theologicus unius et trium Doctorum, Angelici, Seraphici, subtilis, horumque conciliatoris, fonte irriguus , 2 Vols.

Lyon: Apud Ioannem Molin, Available on Google Books. Observant friar. Disciple of Bernardino da Siena. Later general vicar of the regular Observance Cismontan section. Officially beatified by Pius IX in He was born at Bologna in , possibly as a member of the noble Fantuzzi family. Yet according to his main biographer, the Observant friar Alessandro Ariosto, he was the son of Bartolomeo di Giacomo de la Vezzola and the tertiary Lisia di Basotto di Argile.

Marco probably entered the Observant friary of S. Paolo in Monte Bologna in , possibly after having reached the status of Baccalaureus artium and after prolonged studies of civil and canon law. Shortly after his profession he was made guardian of an Observant friary in Emilia and in he was already provincial vicar. Following appointments by Eugenius IV and later Calixt III , he was one of seven preachers officially empowered to preach the crusade against the Turks. Known for his preaching rallies in Norcia in In , he took part in the general chapter of Bosco di Mugella, and a year later, he apparently preached in L'Aquila.

In , when Giovanni di Capistrano was sent to the German lands to preach against the Hussites, Marco was asked to preside over the Observant general chapter at L'Aquila. Marco retained that office until During this period, he had to deal with conflicts between the Dalmation and Bosnian order provinces , and he also was heavily involved in the conflicts between Observants and Conventuals over the autonomy and freedom of Observant order officials.

During these conflicts Marco found an enemy in Roberto Caraccioli, who transferred back to the Conventuals. After , Marco preached in Milan and later, in , he visited the Holy Land vicariate. In , he was again elected vicar general for the Cismontan Observants, staying in office until During this second stint as vicar general, he again faced conflicts with the Conventuals and the Franciscan minister general, Francesco della Rovere.

As vicar general he also traveled through Eastern Europe, which faced the threat of Turkish expansion. Marco was again vicar general between and During this last stint he preached in Perugia and Ascoli and was again heavily involved with the protracted struggles between the Observants and the Conventuals over the autonomy and rights of the Observants within the order as a whole.

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He later preached in Mantua and spoke at an Observant gathering in Padua in April His remains were translated to the Santa Maddalena church in in the Santa Maria di Campagna sanctuary. After his death, he became the object of a cult, due to his alleged miraculous cures of ill and dying people. His cult was approved on March 5, We do not have a large corpus of written works by Marco, but mostly documents and remarks that testify to his preaching activities for instance concerning the sermons held in the Santa Croce of Florence in and the request by the authorities to come back for the lenten preaching during the subsequent year.

There are also several 'reportationes' of exempla used by Marco in his sermons. See on all this the studies of Piana and Rosa Maria Dessi mentioned below. Friar in the S. Bernardine province. Entered the order in Provincial minister between and Marcus is also known as a polemicist and chronicler. OFMRec and bishop of Porto after Received initial schooling in Latin at Lisbon and entered the Franciscan order at the age of 16, taking his profession at the St.

Shortly thereafter, he was given the position of order historian, which resulted in the three-volume Chronista general da ordem dos frades menores do seraphico Padre San Francisco. When the bishop of Miranda Antonio Pinheiro displeased the King with one of his sermons and offered to step down, the King wanted Marco for this episcopal see. This fell through when Antonio Pinheiro decided to stay on.

Marco received his appointment on November 1st and was consecrated on 21 January in the church of Saint Francis in Lisbon. Once he was properly installed in the diocese in Spring , he re-organised the parish structure and embarked on a significant building program. In order to implement the disciplinary decrees of the Council of Trent, he organised a diocesan synod in February Marco died on September 3, , and was buried in the Nostra Senhora da Saude chapel, built by him in the Porto Cathedral. Primeira parte das Chronicas da ordem dos frades menores do seraphico Padre San Francisco Lisbon, ; Segunda parte das Chronicas a ordem dos frades menores do seraphico Padre San Francisco Lisbon, ; Tercera parte de las Chronicas da ordem dos frades menores Salamanca, In a Castilian version.

Primeira parte — Segunda parte — Terceira parte , Ed. Francesco , III Vols. Collectanea Franciscana 72 , ; Frate Francesco 69 , ]. Translation: Croniche de gli ordini instituiti da Padre San Franceasco. See on this Italian translation, made by Orazio Diola in the later 16th century, and its massive success in Italy, the study of Federica Dallasta in Collectanea Franciscana , Translations: Tratado do seraphico doutor S. These constitutions reflected the decisions of his reform synod held in De Marcos de Lisboa a Simao de Vasconcellos , ed. See o. Balance y perspectivas.

Actes du 5e Colloque International du C. Travaux et Recherches, 18 Saint-Etienne: Publ. Actas del II Congreso Internacional.. Born in Fonditore di S. Studied also under the direction of the humanist Enoch of Ascoli at the universities of Perugia and Bologna, where he became doctor of law and medicin. Active as medical doctor in Ascoli from onwards. Marcus had his noviciate in the Eremita convent of Valdissaso, near Fabriano. In he became guardian of the convent of S.

Maria de San Severino. Also active as preacher under the direction of Giacomo della Marca? He became involved in the struggle against usury and became one of the most fervent propagators of the so-called Montes Pietatis. He established them in Fabriano , Fano , Arcevia , Vicenza and helped with the reorganisation of the Mons Pietatis in Fermo He apparently had some sympathy for the spiritual cause, and at times took some responsibility for the religious guidance of the famous Poor Clare Camille Battista Varani cf.

AFH 8 , Died in the harnas on 19 March , while preaching during Lent in Vicenza. His grave site received a cult and a canonisation process followed suit official confirmation of his cult finally was given on 20 September by Pope Gregory XVI. Shortly after his death several hymns were composed for his liturgical commemoration. These hymns Hymnus rythmicus in eius laudem have been edited at several juntures. See for instance B. Marco published the gist of his homiletic, penitentiary and catechetical instructions in his Tabula de la salute humana and his Libro dei commandamenti di Dio.

He apparently did not publish separate sermon collections [unlike Bernardine of Siena, who kept his religious teachings in the sermon format]. There exist several other old editions of later date. A modern partial reprint is found in L. C, The work also included a list of necessary books for those who want to live a truly Christian life.

For a more detailed discussion, see V. Il tempo, la vita, le opere , ]. This work is found after the Tabula de la salute humana in the Venetian edition and in the Florentine edition. Apparently, the Libro delli commandamenti has also received a separate Florentine edition Antonio Miscomini, According to its colophon, it is a miscellaneous work, consisting of a so-called fascicoletto , an Exempio notabile , and three opuscoli.

See Elide Mercatili Indelicato, Op. It is a catechetical work, based on Marco's sermons held in Venice in December It was printed to be read in schools, parishes etc. La corona de la gloriosa Vergene Madre Maria Venice, ante A devotional work on the life, suffering and crowning in heaven of the Virgin, with intermittent prayers Pater Noster, Ave Maria etc. Statutes of various Montes Pietatis : E.

Mercatili Indelicato, Op. The works of Marco are not alone in this, an indication that the Franciscans maybe unlike the OP might not have had a strong tradition of independent prayer books, but habitually included prayer collections in their catechetical and devotional works. Gantalamessa, Notizie storiche per servire alla biografia di fr. Marco da Montegallo, medico, teologo, edoratore Ascoli, ; C. Mariotti, Il B. Marco da Montegallo, Vicenza, ; Marco da Montegallo Il tempo, la vita, le opere. Atti del convegno di Studio Ascoli Piceno 12 ottobre e Montegallo 23 agosto , ed.

Studien zu Fremdheit und Armut von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart , ed. Adolph F. Madeleine T. Marcus de Orvieto fl.

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This work, written between ca. Marcus of Orvieto's moralization of De Proprietatibus Rerum is one of the first in a series of comparable either or not abbreviated moralizations of De Proprietatibus Rerum for preaching purposes. Aarau, Kantonsbibliothek Muri F 14 ff. Catalunya 5 ff. Santa Iglesia Catedral ff. Clm 14th cent. Angelica Q. Chigi E. Inc: Quoniam, sicut scribitur Sapientia XIIIa: vani sunt omnes homines in quibus non subest scientia Dei; et de his quae videntur bona non potuerunt intelligere eum qui est, oportet volentem uti salubriter creaturis aciem intelligentiae supernaturaliter figere in ipsorum mysteriis et ipsa mysteria applicare moribus sacris.

Expl: …nobis in fine operis praestare dignetur Dominus noster Christus amantissimus qui est superbenedictus Dei Filius, imperator universalis aeternus, qui cum Patre et Spirito Sancto vicit et regnat per infinita saecula saeculorum. Liber de Moralitatibus , ed.

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Girard J. Etzkorn, 3 Vols. Bonaventure: Franciscan Institute Publications, For some articles on the Pelican and the Lion, see Meyer , The Bestiary and its Legacy , ed. McMunn Univ. Master of theology and lector. As lector he wrote a series of Sermones Quadragesimales.

Sermones Quadragesimale : New York, Conv. Francisci W 31 Street, Unnumbered ff. A Franciscan preacher who obtained a doctorate in theology at Turin, and then was chair holder at the same university, apparently also incorporating the works of Dante in his teachings of moral theology. At least in some format, Marco had preached these sermons to her, as he assisted her spiritually when she had settled temporarily, early in her widowhood, at the Stupinigi castle, outside Turin. Marco apparently went there every morning 'causa predicandi, while he resided in Turin as the lector of the Franciscan studium.

For the whole Lenten season, starting at 8 March, the preacher expounded to the widow in 40 sermons a message of spiritual consolation and recreation: 'causa sue spiritualis consolationis et recreations'. Marco later put these texts together in a book, called the Bonum quaternarium , which in a way is also an allusion to Bona's name, and which discusses the good virtues of the widow-princess and how these virtues make her Martha as well as Mary Magdalen, both directed towards social responsibilities, charity etc. At least two other manuscript copies contain his sermon collection, both of which were damaged by fire in , but were later restored, namely MS Turin, Biblioteca Nazionale K2.

This is something to check out. Lucas Wadding, Scriptores Ordinis Minorum ed. Roma, , a; J. Sbaralea, Supplementum II ed. Francisci saec. Vitale Brovarone, 'Per la fortuna di Dante in Piemonte. Lo studio general dalle origini al primo Cinquecento , ed. Sermones de T. See Fabricius, V, 25; Zawart, ; G. Marcus Trevisanus Marco da Treviso, fl. Italian friar, possibly from Padua, acolite and auditor of the Camera Apostolica and possibly provincial minister of the Romania province Greece.

Privilegia Fratrum Minorum : Naples, Naz. Author of a Dictionarium in Sacram Scripturam an alphabetical dictionary for preaching purposes. The work actually refers to these activities in the Introduction. Grandnephew of Francis de la Rovere. Emmanuele joined the Conventuals in or and received the name Marcus. He taught theology at Padua at the university and in the internal Franciscan school. In October he was appointed bishop and prefect of Sinigallia a position he held until his resignation in Was appointed cardinal in by Pope Julius II and defended the Pope at the fifth Lateran council against the acccusations raised at the schismatic council of Pisa.

Promoted the calender reform. Decachordum Christianum Fano: G. Harula Economopoulos, 2 Vols. Rome, II, Maria de Antigua Maria de la Antigua, - Poor Clare. Spanish nun from Sevilla. Visionary and author. Spanish Franciscan nun. Important spiritual author. Especially known for her Mistica Ciudad de Dios. Franciscan female tertiary. Kalckbrenner in It is a mystical work, relating in a series of exercises the way towards union with the Divine, focusing on Christ as the spiritual spouse. Der rechte wech zo der evangelischer volkomenheit , ed.

Kalckbrenner Cologne, Maria Domitilla Galluzzi Severetta Galluzzi, - ca. Capuchin nun from Pavia. Born at Acqui on 25 May During her life, she had numerous mystical experiences, several of which she wrote down at the request of her confessor. Apparently, none of these works were published during her lifetime. A running theme in her works is the total union with the Divine through the negation of the will and the annihilation of the self.

Important instruments in this process are rigorous asceticism and mental obedience to the Divine will at all times. Vita [autobiography]: in all six manuscripts. For a listing and description of these see E. Ann Matter See also under the manuscripts of the Passione mentioned below. For more information, see the studies of E. Ulrike Wiethaus Syracuse, , ; E. A Religious and Artistic Renaissance , ed. Maria Magdalena Martinengo - Early sixteenth century Franciscan historian and compiler of educational treatises.

His large Fasciculus Chronicarum Ordinis Minorum Divisus in 5 Libros , written in the first quarter of the sixteenth century, has not fully survived. Wadding apparently still had the full text autograph at his disposal and made ample use of it for his own Annals , yet later only abbreviations remained, which were edited by T. Palatino ff. Compendium Chronicarum Ordinis FF. Minorum , ed. Maria degli Angeli, Brevis Chronica Provinciae Tusciae. This work as susch has been lost, yet parts of it found their way in: Dionisio Pulinari, Cronache dei Frati Minori della Provincia di Toscana, secondo l'autografo di Ognissanti , ed.

Saturnino Mencherini Arezzo, Officium S. Vita S. Another part published in: Biblioteca bio-bibliografica della Terra Santa e dell'Oriente francescano , ed. Girolamo Golubovich Quaracchi, I, La storia della traslazione dell'abito di S. Ciro Cannarozzi Pistoia: Pacinotti, This work, written between and , should be situated in the context of contemporary polemics between Franciscans, Dominicans, and Augustinians concerning the authenticity of the stigmata of St Catherine of Siena. See on this work Massimo D.

The latter author suggess that Mariano was the first to devote a work completely to the Sacred Mountain of La Verna as a Holy Place on a par with Jerusalem. Vita di B. Paoluccio Trinci , ed. Vita e leggenda del B. Tommaso Bellaci da Firenze , ed. Also published in La Verna - Studi Francescani Iacopone da Todi d. Part of one of Mariano's larger works?. Itinerarium Urbis Romae di fra Mariano da Firenze con introduzione e note illustrative , ed. Papi, Analecta TOR 18 , Galeoti Roberti de Malatestis, Tertii Ord. Francisci d. Sessoriano , ] etc. Marianus a Florentia, Compendium chronicarum Ordinis Fr.

Mariano da F. Scritti di cultura classica e medievale in onore di Ubaldo Pizzani , ed. Atti del Convegno di studi San Vivaldo, ottobre , ed. Florence: Edizioni del Galluzzo, V, ; C. Eleanor B. Adams Washington D. Franciscan friar active in the Holy Land. Marianus Senensis Mariano da Siena, fl. Died in at la Capriola. Known for his lengthy and interesting Lenten sermon cycle, as well as for his donation of a breviary to the library of the Sienese San Francesco convent.

He should not be identified with Mariano di Graziano, who for a short while resided in Siena in [cf. Moorman, Medieval Franciscan Houses ]. Marianus Unezovkhi Pragensis, fl. Tsjech friar and member of the Bohemian province. Provincial minister of his province and long-term regent lector of the Prague friary. Theologia scolastica Patris M. Blasii de Comitibus a Mediolano, pars prima primi sent. With remarks, comments and corrections by Marianus. Blasii de Comitibus a Mediolano, pars secunda primi sent.

Blasii de Comitibus a Mediolano in secundum sentent. Friar from the Venetian province. Born at Venice on 23 December , where he studied at the local seminary. Entered the order at the age of 18 Bassano friary , making his profession on 3 September Studied philosophy ad theology, specialising in Thomism, the doctrines of which he taught once he became active as lector of theology in the Venetian province. Due to his failing health, he had to stop teaching quite early in life, and was forced to keep his bed for long periods of time. During these bouts of illness, he wrote at least three homiletic works Domenicale ; Quadragesimale ; Santuario.

This is indicative of the character of Mario's homiletic works, which were more geared to teaching how to preach than to provide model sermons as such. In addition, Neusser published in in Mainz a Latin translation of Mario's Prediche sopra le ventiquattro domeniche with the Latin title Discursus praedicabiles super festum Pentecostes et sequentes Dominicas usque ad Adventum. This work was dedicated to the Capuchin minister general Fortunato di Cadoro.

At least one of the editions is accessible via Google Books. This work was dedicated to the provincial minister of Venice Serafino da Brescia. The posthumous edition by F. Conciones in reliquis anni dominicis et in adventu. This work is mentioned by Bernardo di Bologna. Yet it has not yet been found. For Bruno Neusser's Latin translations and omnibus editions, see above. At least the Latin edition is accessible via Google Books. Wadding, Scriptores ed. Rome, , ; Sbaralea, Supplementum ed. Marius de Calasio Mario da Calascio, - Transferred to the Capuchin order from the Augustinians.

Became minister general. Also active as spiritual author and historian. Relationes de Origine Ordinis Minorum Capuccinorum , ed. Poemetti , ed. Mario Fabiani? Atti del Convegno Nazionale Assisi, maggio , ed. Tercera Edicion. Corregida y aumentada con noticias muy recientes, un apendice sobre las corrientes del Oceano Atlantico setentrional; y una memoria descriptiva de las rocas, bajos y vigias del mismo Oceano. Third Edition.

Small 4to, contemporary calf, gilt. Madrid, Imprenta Nacional, I Barcelona, Joseph Texido, I74I. The scarce Barcelona edition of Vernon's unsuccessful attack on Carthagena, see note to No. Pedro de Mur, su Ayudante General. With additional contemporary folding plan of Carthagena, illustrative of the British operations against that City in I Madrid , I74I. The divided command, the incompetence and self-conceit of Wentworth, and the natural antipathy between the two characters, caused delays, which proved fatal. The forts guarding the entrance to the harbour were reduced, and the fleet cut the boom blocking the Boca-Chica, and passed into the harbour.

Wentworth delayed his attack on the forts dominating the City for four days, so giving the Spaniards time to recover. When he did assault, his attack was beaten off with heavy loss. The wet season set in, and of the force of 6, who had landed more than half were dead or dying. On April 17, the miserable remnant re-embarked, and the fleet returned to Port Royal. Another copy of the previous item. Without the addition of the contemporary plan. Joseph , ord S. Aljaba Apostolica de penetrantes flechas para rendir la fortaleza del duro Pecador en varias Canciones, y Saetas, que acostumbran cantar en sus Misiones los R.

Misioneros Apostolicos de N. With woodcut illustration of the Virgin. This collection of curious little verses are intended to " vanquish the fortress of the hardened sinner's " heart. This little book was one of a kind that was composed and used by the Franciscan missionaries to teach the Indians of California to sing hymns in Spanish. This method of evangelizing the Californian Indians was frequently alluded to by the Spanish missionaries in California, such as Fathers Kino, Salvatierra, etc.

Madrid, privately printed, I Exceedingly rare. This was printed for the Council of the Indies, but not published. Only so many copies were printed, as were needed for official reference. Diez de la Calle, who was Assistant Secretary to the Council for the first time in I, prepared and printed an abstract of the statistical account concerning the Spanish Empire and New Spain, California, and Central America, embracing also short historical summaries, which was considered by the King and Council to be a document of singular value for their own information.

The Memorial is a list of officials in America, with the salaries attaching to the several positions, and also contains a list of the flotas from I, with the names of the commanders. Y con la misma traducida en las lenguas Quichua y Aymara de los Indios. The original Spanish Manuscript of the first Catechism with the translation in Quichua and Aymara , in double columns; signed on last page by the members of the Santo Concilio Provincial, viz.

Valcazar, and the Licentiate Menacho. I02 pp. Lima , i4th October, I I devotes eighteen pages to the history of this translation, which was first printed in Lima Los Reyes by Antonio Ricardo, in , and was the first book to be printed in Peru. Medina did not know of the whereabouts of the original manuscript.

From the preface in this manuscript, it is established that this authentic translation of the catechism into the native languages of Peru, had been done by "able and learned persons" deputed by the Concilio Provincial, but no names are given of the individual compilers of this work, which was published under the direct auspices of the Concilio. Medina points out that Sommervogel has attributed the authorship to Padre Jose de Acosta; but this Jesuit, like Padre Juan de Atienza, whose name is also associated with the work, was no more than a proof-corrector, who signed the text to testify to its correctness in accordance with the original.

The Dominicans, however, made definite claim to the work of translating a great part of this book; but there seems to be nd doubt that the final editing was in the hands of the Jesuits. Buenos Aires, I Ios 6d One of the interesting historical publications of the Facultad de Filosofia y Letras: the text of documents relating to the period immediately preceding the Argentine Independence.

Leclerc, Bound by Rousselle in full blue levant morocco, gilt lines, and gilt ornamental sides, full gilt panel back, inside dentelles, g. Madrid, Juan de Aristea, AmigoS y Enemigos de Colon. Primer viaje de Colon. Madrid, i Nebulosa de Colon segun observaciones hechas en ambos mundos: indicacion de algunos errores que se comprueban con documentos ine'ditos. Small 8vo, half morocco. Pinzon en el Descubrimiento de las Indias, con noticias, criticas de algunas obras recientes relacionadas con el mismo descubrimiento. I page, folio. Spain, circa Ios 6d The population of the United States in the year I, according to particulars supplied to Congress by the various Deputies, was 2,,, including negroes, the state of Virginia containing the largest population, ,; the smallest population being found in Georgia and Delaware, each.

The statistics compiled by Dr. Holmes from the second U. The approximate progressive population is given for New Granada from the year I to I8Io, according to the rate which George Washington allowed in his calculations. The actual figures are given for the last year, however, showing the population in each of the principal SpanishAmerican towns, the total population for the dominion being two and a half millions. With engraved episcopal seal; and signed by the Archbishop's Secretary. Santa Fe de Bogota, 7th August, Indagaciones sobre la amonedacion en Nueva Espana.

A study of the coinage of New Spain, since the early days of the Spanish conquest, and its relation to the mining industry, by the Minister of the Department of Commerce, Mines and Coinage at Mexico. Nueva Edicion Critica: conteniendo las Variantes de los diferentes Textos, juicio sobre estos, reflexiones tendentes a monstrar a quien la carta fue escrita, y varias otras noticias.

Por El Seudonimo de Valencia. With a Map of the Antilles. Vienna, Historia de la Companiia de Jesus en Chile. Barcelona, Engraved Coat-of-Arms on title. Small 4to. Madrid, Pedro Taxo, Medina, Bibliotheca Hispano-Americana, I General, various poems, and the Funeral Orations at his death, in Madrid, about I XI los Not in Palau's Manual. Autograph reports signed, on the negotiations with the Indians of Paraguay and on the natives' refusal to withdraw from certain districts in spite of threats of war from the Spanish Governor. San Luis, 25th September, I In desperation, the Padre had had the Governor's letter translated into their.

They had done the work thoroughly, too, placing armed guards in the Missionhouse, and on the roads; burning letters to and from the missionaries; refusing them horses and all mode of conveyance. The manuscript refers to the order, given by the Spanish government, that the Indians should leave certain districts in Paraguay when that territory was ceded to the Portuguese in exchange for the former Portuguese colony of Sacramento. Procurador-General of the City of Popayan, Peru. Don Agustin de Escobar Alvarado, Procurador General de la Ciudad de Popayan, en las Provincias de Peru, dize; Que con motivo de averse fomentado, de pocos anos a esta parte, las Minas de Oro que contiene aquella Provincia, las del Choco, y demas confinantes, es en tanto grado el trafico de este precioso Metal en Polvo, Puntas, y Tejos, que se tiene por cierto tributan anualmente excessivas cantidades; siendo materia averiguada, que los Negros Esclavos que trabajan en ellas, passan de tres mil y quinientos, repartidos en varias Quadrillas, sin incluir la gente libre, Mestizos, y Mulatos que se dedican en los Labaderos, Rios caudalosos, y Quebradas, a sacar Oro; y por defecto de moneda formada, comercian con el en polvo, sin detenerse en la especulacion de estar, o no satisfechos los Reales Quintos en las Caxas que devengaron.

Memorial to the King of Spain, asking him to institute a Mint in the City of Popayan, for the benefit of trade, the extermination of illegal commerce, and the increase in number of negro slaves working in the Mines. A series of Spanish News-sheets sent out from Spain to America, giving the contemporary social and political news in Europe; and the diplomatic, ecclesiastical and other appointments in Spanish America. Together, 50 pp. Half morocco, t. These quaint examples of early journalism, giving European news for the information of Spanish officials in America, contain some extraordinary interesting items of social and historical importance.

Dramatic point is given to the contemporary report of Charles I's trial: " Horrible things are happening in Great Britain, to which there is no parallel in history Parliament, now lord of the kingdom, has formed an army of which Thomas Fairfax is General Unspeakable things have been witnessed against the King, who on Tuesday, the 9th February, I, was beheaded on the block in front of the Palace in the city of London, in view of the populace, and in consequence of a sentence passed by men nominated by Parliament to enquire into the case.

Two hours later it was proclaimed that anyone speaking of the Prince of Wales as King of England, or Ireland, would be regarded as a traitor; he was to be known solely as Charles Stuart. At the end of April, I, the Government proclaimed a Republic, depriving the heirs of the late King for ever of their kingdom. Small 4to, half morocco, gilt g. Madrid, I74I. A scarce tract, compiled from the official reports forwarded to the King of Spain by the Viceroy of Santa Fe, of the storming of the forts at Bocachica, Cartagena America by the British fleet under Admiral Vernon.

It is stated that. There were the essential parts of what is the biggest expedition which the American seas have witnessed since the discovery. With curious portrait of Father Margil preaching to the Indians. Wagner, The Spanish South-West, Padre Margil's travels and piety, both of which are depicted in this volume, obtained for him the name of " Apostle of Guatemala and North America.

For some years previous, he had been in charge of the organization of the College of Guadalupe in Zacatecas, and a guardian having been appointed in I, Father Antonio was free to make a missionary effort in the north. Espinosa accompanied Father Antonio on this expedition, and gives a touching account of the old man in an illness which overtook him. The French having invaded the province, the missionaries were obliged to abandon the missions in I7I9. In , Father Antonio returned from Texas to the College of Zacatecas, having been chosen guardian.

He died in Mexico August 6, , at the age of seventy, after having passed 53 years in the priesthood. Isidro Felix de. El Peregrino Septentrional Atlante: delineado en la exemplarissima vida. Antonio Margil de Jesus. Title in red and black. With full-page engraving, depicting Fray Antonio Margil preaching to the Indians. Gilt panelled back. Valencia, Joseph Thomas Lucas, A full and very interesting chronicle of the life of the " Apostle of Guatemala,' and North America; by a fellow-missionary and ex-Superior of the Franciscan College of Santa Cruz de Queretaro.

He was a brilliant scholar, making a special study of theology and Holy Writ; and was sent by his Superiors to the Indies in , when he began his missionary work amongst the natives with great zeal. At great personal risk, he penetrated to the interior of ancient Guatemala, where he had to contend with the fierce hostility of the Indians. These he won over by his gentleness, and finally succeeded in teaching them the rudiments of Christianity, and in tempering their primitive cruelty and animalism. He baptized over forty thousand converts, and founded colleges at Guadaloupe and Zacatecas.

In 17I7 he founded the missions of Dolores and Adaes, lived for five years in the wilds, and compiled several dictionaries of Indian languages. Exhausted by illness, he was finally persuaded to leave the natives and transfer his work to the Franciscan convent of Mexico, where he died on 6th August, Prognostico para el aio del Sefior de Bissexto. Al Meridiano de Mexico. With woodcut vignette on title, and full-page astronomical engraving. I2mo, new half morocco, t. Mexico, Maria de Ribera [I Calculo Astronomico, y juicio conjetural de los Tiempos, para el aio del Sefior de I With full-page engraving.

Carta Pastoral a todos los Fieles de esta nuestra Diocesi. Puebla, 28th October, I Pastoral letter from the Bishop of Puebla to the Christians of his diocese. In this letter he refers to the sentence of excommunication passed on his illustrious predecessor, John Palafox y Mendoza, Bishop of Puebla. Bartolome de las Casas. Tratado del Esphera y del arte del marear: con el regimiento de las alturas: con algunas reglas nuevamente escritas muy necessarias.

Title in Gothic letter within ornamental woodcut border, beneath woodcut astronomical sphere; other astronomical illustrations in the text; text in Gothic letter. Small 4to, full levant morocco by Riviere, g. Seville, Juan Cromberger, I Escudero, Hispalense, No. Fernandez de Navarrete, Bibl. Maritima, Vol. Unknown to Sabin, Leclerc, and Salva. Not in John Carter Brown Library. This extraordinarily rare book in divided into two parts: the first, dealing with the globe, meridians, zones, eclipses, climate, the zodiac, etc. Little is known of the life of Falero or Faleiro.

Espasa's Enciclopedia only mentions him in connection with the biography of his brother Ruy, who was a lifelong friend and associate of Magellan. The two brothers, natives of Portugal, were astronomers and geographers; and left Lisbon together with Magellan in I, as Ruy had in some way forfeited the favour of Dom Manuel I.

Arrived in Spain, however, they managed to obtain the patronage of the Emperor Charles V, who granted them an allowance. Francisco who, according to Navarrete, was also sometimes spoken of as "Fernando " was to have accompanied his brother and Magellan on an expedition in search of spices, but abandoned the project; turning his attention to the compilation of this work on the art of navigation, which was submitted to the university of Salamanca before publication. Medina publishes the text of some documents relating to Francisco Faleiro in his Fernando de Magellanes, his recent historical study of Magellan, No.

Apostolica y penitente vida de el V. Pedro Claver, de la Compainia de Iesus. Sacada principalmente de informaciones juridicas hechas ante el Ordinario de la Ciudad de Cartagena de Indias. With engraved portrait of Father Claver. Saragossa, Diego Dormer, i He obtained his first degrees at the University of Barcelona. At the age of twenty he entered the Jesuit noviciate at Tarragona.

While he was studying philosophy at Majorca in , Alphonsus Rodriguez, the saintly door-keeper of the college, learned from God the future mission of his young associate, and thenceforth never ceased exhorting him to set out to evangelize the Spanish possessions in America. Peter obeyed, and in I6Io landed at Cartagena, where for forty-four years he was the Apostle of the negro slaves.

Early in the seventeenth century the masters of Central and South America afforded the spectacle of one of those social crimes which are entered upon so lightly. They needed labourers to cultivate the soil which they had conquered and to exploit the gold mines. The natives being physically incapable of enduring the labours of the mines, it was determined to replace them with negroes brought from Africa. A thousand slaves landed there each month. They were bought for two, and sold for ecus. Though half the cargo might die, the trade remained profitable. Neither the repeated censures of the Pope, nor those of Catholic moralists, could prevail against this cupidity.

The missionaries could not suppress slavery, but only alleviate it, and no one worked more heroically than Peter Claver. Although timid and lacking in self-confidence, he became a daring and ingenious organizer. Every month when the arrival of the negroes was signalled, Claver went out to meet them on the pilot's boat, carrying food and delicacies. The negroes, cooped up in the hold, arrived crazed and brutalized by suffering and fear. Claver went to each, cared for him, and showed him kindness, and made him understand that henceforth he was his defender and father. He thus won their good will.

To instruct so many speaking different dialects, Claver assembled at Cartagena a group of interpreters of various nationalities, of whom he made catechists. While the slaves were penned up at Cartagena awaiting to be purchased and dispersed, Claver instructed and baptized them in the Faith.

On Sundays during Lent he assembled them, inquired concerning their needs, and defended them against their oppressors. This work caused Claver severe trials, and the slave merchants were not his only enemies. The Apostle was accused of indiscreet zeal, and of having profaned the Sacraments by giving them to creatures who scarcely possessed a soul. Fashionable women of Cartagena refused to enter the churches where Father Claver had his negroes. He was canonized 15 Jan. Suma de geographia que trata de todas las partidas y provincias del mundo; en especial de las Indias y trata largamente del arte del marear; Juntamente con la esphera en romance; con el regimiento del Sol y del Norte; nuevamente hecha.

Black Letter, side notes, 42 lines to a full page, woodcut border to first leaf, the top half of which is occupied with a large woodcut engraving of a sphere held by a hand, the title occupies the lower half. A magnificent copy in blue levant morocco, the sides covered with gold tooling to a floral pattern, doublure of maroof levant morocco elaborately tooled, watered silk fly leaves, g. Harrisse B. Church Catalogue, No. In English the title reads:-" Compendium of Geography, which treats of all the parts and regions of the world, and especially of the Indies; also at length of the art of navigation and of the sphere in the Spanish language, together with the Rule of the Sun and North.

Newly composed. The description of America was principally from his own observation. He was the owner of the vessel as well as the planner of the expedition in which Vasco Nufiez de Balboa acquired so much fame. Having lived in San Domingo, where he acquired wealth. A great hydrographer and explorer, his work is invaluable for the early geographical history of the Continent of America. His accounts of his intimation to the Indians of Zenu, to surrender to the King of Spain, is one of the most singular relations that ever escaped the scrutiny of the Spanish Inquisition.

On the page which occupies the reverse of h4, he records the curious conversation with two chiefs of Zenu, in which he informed them that the Pope had bestowed all those regions upon the King of Spain; they replied " that the Pope must have been drunk and that the King was an idiot. Con varios documentos ineditos concernientes a la Historia de la Marina Castellana y de los establecimientos Espanioles en Indias. With three folding maps. The second edition of this relation of Spanish voyages from the end of the fifteenth century, containing the text of many historical and hitherto unpublished documents referring to the discovery of America.

The fourth volume, which refers to the voyages and discoveries of Magellan and Juan Sebastian de Elcano, in the Moluccas, contains an engraved portrait of the former, and an illustration of a statue of the latter. The fifth volume treats of expeditions to the Moluccas and the voyages of Loaisa and Saavedra, and contains the text of many original documents relating to these expeditions. La Historia General de las Indias. Title printed in red and black, within woodcut border, and with large woodcut Coat-of-Arms of the Emperor Charles V.

The whole enclosed by woodcut border. On folio X is a very large woodcut of Columbus' Coat-of-Arms. Other woodcuts of American interest and of natural history. Seville, I See Illustration overleaf and Plate No. Harrisse, No. In this the author gives us nineteen books and eleven chapters of Libro veynte y ultimo desta primera parte. At the end is a Carta missiva to which the author, as was his usual practice, has attached his signature.

He was Governor of the Province of Cartagena and filled other high positions. The knowledge thus acquired of men and events gave him unusual opportunities for gathering information for this, his chief work. Authority was given him by the Emperor to demand from the different governors of Spanish America such documents as he might need for this work.

He gives a vivid picture of conditions as they then existed, and his work is a vast storehouse of facts relating to the times. This is the source from which most literary writers have drawn their accounts of the early occurrences in the New World. The work is complete in itself, though Oviedo left a much longer account in manuscript. In I the twentieth book, the first of the second part, was printed under the title: Libro XX De la segunda parte de la general historia de las Indias. Continued over.

Large woodcut Arms on title. Valladolid, Francisco Fernandez de Cordova, I See Illustration overleaf. Magnificent copy of the two vols.

Table of contents

This XXth Book, which was published separately, was intended to form the first part of Volume II, but in consequence of the author's death, no more was issued. With three fine engraved titles by J. Mulder, containing 31 medallion portraits of the Spanish conquerors of Colombia, and of famous Indians. The title also contains four views of battles, Choconta, Bueltas, Portachuelo, and Voqueron. Small folio, original vellum. Antwerp, Juan Baptista Verdussen i III, No. I8I6, devotes 3 pp. New Granada is one of the parts of America about which we possess the fewest documents.

It brings the narrative down to , and begins with an account of the natives and their customs, laws, and kingdoms for many years previous to the conquest. Through his mother he held by birth a more or less distant relationship to a member of the family of the Incas in Peru. The literary ambition of youth manifested itself in the writing of a number of dramas that are not known to exist.

Piedrahita became the favourite preacher and through his influence with the President, harmony was established between the ecclesiastical and civil officials. His defence was so complete that the Council not only absolved him from fault, but also offered him the office of Bishop of Santa Marta, and this appointment was immediately confirmed by the Pope. Here he displayed many of the virtues of the primitive Christian teacher, visited and taught the Indians, distributed his income among the poor, and lived in poverty.

His charitable gifts left him hardly means for decent clothing. In he was promoted to the see of Panama, but before he left Santa Marta the town was taken by pirates, who seeing the meanness of the Bishop's dress, concluded that by his apparently miserly habits, he must have large accumulations concealed. The pirates, therefore, took the Bishop and tortured him, in order to make him reveal the hiding place of his treasures; unsuccessful in this, they carried him off and brought him before the distinguished pirate Morgan, who received him with marked consideration, gave him a pontificial robe, stolen at Panama, and caused him to be conducted to his new diocese.

He wrote clearly in what might not improperly be called modern Spanish. El Sentimiento de la Nueva Espania en la muerte del Excmo. Sefior Baylio Fr. Antonio Maria Bucareli y Ursua. I6mo, wrappers. Mexico, Felipe de Zuiniga y Ontiveros, I A painstaking and pious mind, and a worthy grandson of the Spanish European nobles. It consists of a dialogue between four allegorical figures: America, the clergy of whom Bucareli was one , an Indian, who represents the native races who found in Bucareli a powerful champion, and the Inhabitants, who variously lament the death of the Viceroy.

Influencia de Descubrimiento del Nuevo Mundo en las ciencas Geograficas.

Relacion descriptiva de la Ciudad, y Provincia de Truxillo del Peru. Con Noticias Exactas de su Estado Politico. With magnificent engraved large folding maps, one of which is printed in blue. Bound by Rousselle in full blue levant morocco, gilt lines on sides, gilt panel back, inside dentelles, g. Madrid, Imprenta del Real, I Diego de. Juan de Figueredo de la misma Compaiiia. Ahora nuevamente corregido, y aumentado en muchos vocablos y varias advertencias, notas, y observaciones, para la mejor inteligencia del idioma, y perfecta instruccion de los Parochos y Cathequistas de Indios.

Medina points out that there has been some uncertainty, not to say controversy, over the identity of the revisers of Torres' original grammar. Certainly this, the third edition, was not printed under the supervision of Figueredo, who had died many years before its publication. Diego de Torres Rubio, one of the earliest authorities on native American languages, was born at Alcazar de Consuegra, Toledo, in I, and began his novitiate at Valencia in He joined the Society of Jesus, and in , sailed for Peru, where he made practically a life-long studyg of the native languages. His first grammar and vocabulary of the " general language of Peru, called Quichua " was published in Seville in I, and was followed by other works, in which the original vocabularies were amplified by phrases and words not in daily use.

Amongst his other works were a treatise on the Aymara dialect, an Aymara-Quichua-Castillian grammar and dictionary and a book on the Sacraments and other Catholic rites in Aymara. He died circa I Francisco de; Procurador de las Provincias de las Indias. Memorial presentado a Su Magestad, acerca del Martyrio de nueve Religiosos y de otros dos religiosos, uno del Orden de S.

Domingo y otro de San Francisco. Barcelona, I6I7. Incorrectly quoted by Sabin, No. An exceedingly rare piece, of the highest importance for the history of the first expeditions to New Mexico, Florida, and California. The book begins as follows: " Sir, Francisco de Figueroa, of the Company of Jesus, Procurator of the Provinces of the Indies, declares as follows: Because of the rebellion of the Indians, called Topehuanes, Sinaloas, and other tribes, which took place at the end of the year ; were reduced to the populations of San Luis de la Paz, and others; with this an end was put to the many deaths that took place, and damages to the Royal Treasury, and to private people, which were exceptional, many discoveries took place of different tribes of Indians, such as the Tepehuanes, of Topia, San Andres, Xixenes, the Parras, and Sinaloa, I50, , and leagues of Mexico, in the northern part, and this was New Mexico.

More than two hundred were killed, all told, including eight Jesuit missionaries, and one each belonging to the orders of San Domingo and San Francisco. Mageftad,por los mcdios de Paz que intent6s cl Marqucz de Villarnanrique,y execcU6,y conifigluio ciMarquies de Salinas,Virreyes de la nueuia Efpiinedz dls a las poblaciones d-e S. La conuerfi6' deftos Indios fe encomendo6 por Il. Memorial que remite a su Magestad, dandole cuenta del estado que tiene la obra del desague de Gueguetoca. Razon de la ultima medida, y estado en que oy esta el desague de la Ciudad de Mexico. Folio, 56 pp.

Medina, La Imprenta en Mexico, 78I. Owing to its position in a hollow, surrounded by high hills, the city has always been subject to floods, and various draining operations have been constantly carried on, the largest of which was that begun by Martinez in , and completed in I, of a great cutting 13 miles long, which is said to have cost the lives of 70, Indians. This work refers, in part, to this undertaking.

Alguazil Mayor de la Ville de Alcantara, en cuya consideracion pidese le haga merced. In the lengthy relation of the Claimant's services and merits an account is given of the father Don Juan Gutierrez Flores, who fought in Florida and Peru, and. An uncle of the claimant died in Chili.

Another uncle, Don Pedro Ordoiiez y Flores, was Inquisitor of Peru for more than 20 years, and prepared many autos da fe. The claimant's great grandfather was the famous Captain Hernando de Montenegro, one of the first Conquistadors of Peru, about whom an important letter of Pedro de la Gasca three pages in extent is here printed for the first time.

Preguntas que se propusieron acerca de la defensa y fortificacion del Peru, y sus costas, y lo que a ellas responde.

An Outline of the History of the Novela Picaresca in Spain

O7 Ios Not in Palau's Manual. A declaration, addressed to the King of Spain by the General of the Franciscan Order, claiming recognition for the Franciscans as the spiritual pioneers in Florida, Zacateceas, Guatemala, Yucatan and the Philippines, and renouncing all their work in the " Spiritual vineyards " there, in view of certain apostolic briefs which had been obtained " by sinister means " for their disturbance and annoyance. He requests that the Franciscans should be provided with a free passage back to Spain. Small 8vo, wrappers. El Libro del Hombre de Bien opusculos morales, econ6micos y politicos estractados de Benjamin Franklin.

Regalo a los Sres, Suscritores del Lloyd de Espafia. I2S 6d Extracts from the works of Benjamin Franklin, with a short life of the same. Lo Cami de la Fortuna consells breus y senzills pera esser rich in Catalan. Benjamin Franklin sacada de documentos autenticos. With engraved portrait on title page. Small 8vo, old calf. Madrid, Panteleon Aznar, I Memorial historico de lo sucedido el dia veinte de marzo del ano passado de I Cayetano Rodriguez; containing accounts of the successes and set-backs of the missionary enterprize in the Cerro e la Sal, and announcing the deaths of several of the missionaries.

El Primer Historiador Santafesino. Francisco Javier Iturri. Sua Vida y Sus Escritos. Buenos-Aires, Diario de las operaciones de la expedicion contra la Plaza de Panzacola concluida por las Armas de S. Bound by Rousselle in full levant morocco, gilt lines on sides, gilt back, inside dentelles, g.

Madrid, I78I. Galvez's account, in diary form, of his operations against the British under Chester and Campbell, in Florida, and the capture of Pensacola, and West Florida for Spain. Mentioning the Destruction of the village of Mobile. The last 14 pages contain the Articles of Capitulation. Pensacola, town and port of Florida, situated on the Bay of St. In the Spanish, under Galvez, captured it from the English.

An extremely rare relation. Folio, levant morocco, g. Mexico, i7th June, I77I. Medina, Imprenta en Mexico, No. It was composed by someone in his interest, and is usually supposed to have been written by Galvez himself, but I have never seen any precise statement as to the authorship.

There is a large amount of material extant regarding this expedition which was not written by Galvez nor anyone in his behalf, but on the contrary by enemies of the famous visitador, professed or otherwise. They present the facts in an entirely different way from his narrative, and instead of leaving the province pacified the truth seems to be that he accomplished very little.

Joseph I. Priestly of the University of California, has issued an exhaustive treatise on Galvez' operations in the North of Mexico. My own impression after reading both sides is that Galvez went a little crazy in Sonora, either on account of the heat or native liquor, and as a result indulged on some rather unwarranted proceedings. Aside from the expedition to California of Portola, which had some result, the country had very little to show for the enormous amount of money spent on his enterprises. Segunda impresion, enmendada, y ainadida de algunas opiniones o cosas notables.

Copperplate engraving on title of the Indians, and engraving of St. Thomas Aquinas. Folio, calf. All that has ever been imagined as to the. But all his learning on this subject is of less value than the positive facts concerning the native tribes, which he drew partly from his own experiences in the New World, and partly from a MS. The fifth book of Garcia's work contains the native Indian accounts of their origin, and is divided into sections which treat separately of the various distinct tribes of Mexico and Peru.

Apuntes para la Historia de la Revolucion del Peru. Small 4to, half calf, g. Lima, Imprenta del Ejercito, tomada a los Enemigos, Medina, Lima, A scarce pamphlet dealing with the war of liberation in Peru, from the Spanish point of view, during the years I to Mostly relating to operations against San Martin.

Also referring to O'Higgins, Cochrane, etc. Regimiento de Navegacion, que mando haser el Rei nuestro sefior, por orden de su Conseio real de las Indias. After leaving high school, he studied art at East Sydney Technical College now the National Art School before moving to Tasmania at the age of nineteen. Here, he began painting landscapes, holding several solo exhibitions in Devonport at The Little Gallery now the Devonport Regional Gallery. Gouldthorpe wrote and illustrated his first children's book, Jonah and the Manly Ferry, in His work uses a wide variety of mediums including linocut, scraperboard, watercolour, crayon, coloured pencils, acrylic and oil paints.

He has also introduced a new generation of young readers to the works of great Australian poets CJ Dennis and Ethel Turner though his illustrated versions of their work. Since , Gouldthorpe has returned to landscape painting, often working en plein air.

He has held several solo shows at Colville Street Art Gallery.

Gouldthorpe's work appears in many other areas, including murals, stamps, advertising, film, television and live performance. He was one of the best painters of the XIX century as well as of the most influential in the painting in Cuba. Much of his work has remained in that country. Challenging the mythological allegories, he made innovations in the techniques to produce textures incorporating different types of fabrics as canvases, which allowed him to create new forms of the known characters, leading him to enter the academy of San Carlos in where he would integrate as Student and teacher.

His style framed in the romanticism has a huge tendency to costumbrismo, reason why will be the base of the study for many artists of that time, something that served to show his work in several exhibitions in Paris. He died suddenly in , at 41 years of age, because of a cardio-pulmonary complication, caused by an epidemic of cholera of which he was victim.

Un buen ejemplo de sus obras es el autorretrato fusionado con el de un gato. En esta ciudad hizo un informe experimental llamado Dresdner Totentanz Danza de la muerte en Dresden como una condena del bombardeo de la ciudad. En fue nombrado miembro de la Academia de Arte de la ciudad. Durante este tiempo hizo muchos viajes para fotografiar e hizo impresiones de temas industriales. Players Two fue publicado en y All Players fue lanzado en The Gasworks ". He has also worked in films as a producer and visual consultant. He is one of the first photographers to document the East Los Angeles street culture, and has produced photojournalistic works in locations around the world including North, Central, and South America, Southeast Asia, China, Africa, and the Midwest.

Cesaretti is known for his photo documentations of Los Angeles lifestyles, the Klique car club, Chicano street barrio culture, and LA gang life. These photographic studies are documented on his web site. Cesaretti has curated many exhibitions, starting with his gallery Cityscape Foto Gallery, which he founded in Pasadena, California in He was instrumental in arranging the exhibition of several major works by Los Angeles street artists in the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art's blockbuster Art in the Streets show, including the Chosen Few MC motorcycle club. One great example of her works is the self-portrait merged with a portrait of a cat.

Both her grandfather Giuseppe Wulz and her father Carlo Wulz were photographers who shot social events and created portraits of fellow artists and local intellectuals. Wanda began her career photographing musicians, dancers, and actors in Trieste. She exhibited six photographs in Rome in In , she joined the Futurist movement after meeting Filippo Tommaso Marinetti in an art exhibition. Her photography in the late s would frequently incorporate superposed images and motion.

She eventually left Futurism at the end of the s. Wikipedia On July 26 is the birthday of Stanley Kubrick , American film director, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, editor, and photographer. He is frequently cited as one of the greatest and most influential directors in cinematic history. His films, which are mostly adaptations of novels or short stories, cover a wide range of genres, and are noted for their realism, dark humor, unique cinematography, extensive set designs, and evocative use of music.

Although he only received average grades, Kubrick displayed a keen interest in literature, photography, and film from a young age, and taught himself all aspects of film production and directing after graduating from high school. After working as a photographer for Look magazine in the late s and early s, he began making short films on a shoestring budget, and made his first major Hollywood film, The Killing, for United Artists in While still in high school, Kubrick was chosen as an official school photographer for a year.

In the mids, since he was not able to gain admission to day session classes at colleges, he briefly attended evening classes at the City College of New York. Eventually, he sold a photographic series to Look magazine. In , he became an apprentice photographer for Look and later a full-time staff photographer. Kubrick quickly became known, however, for his story-telling in photographs. His first, published on April 16, , was entitled "A Short Story from a Movie Balcony" and staged a fracas between a man and a woman, during which the man is slapped in the face, caught genuinely by surprise.

In another assignment, 18 pictures were taken of various people waiting in a dental office. It has been said retrospectively that this project demonstrated an early interest of Kubrick in capturing individuals and their feelings in mundane environments. In , he was sent to Portugal to document a travel piece, and covered the Ringling Bros. Kubrick, a boxing enthusiast, eventually began photographing boxing matches for the magazine. On April 2, , he published a photo essay, named "Chicago-City of Extremes" in Look, which displayed his talent early on for creating atmosphere with imagery, including a photograph taken above a congested Chicago street at night.

The following year, on July 18, , the magazine published his photo essay, "Working Debutante - Betsy von Furstenberg", which featured a Pablo Picasso portrait of Angel F. Kubrick was also assigned to photograph numerous jazz musicians. His extensive film career lasted until a few days before his death in , six days after the screening for his family and the actors of his latest film, "Eyes Wide Shut.

In he had his first exposition in the gallery Der Sturm in which he showed photograms. When Der Weg opened a new academy in Berlin in , he moved to the capital. He formed relations with other vanguardists in Berlin and practiced various experimental techniques such as solarization, multiple images and photograms, for which reason twelve of his works were considered degenerate art by the Nazi regime and were prohibited.

In this city he made an experimental report named Dresdner Totentanz Dance of death in Dresden as a condemnation of the bombing of the city. In he was named a member of the Academy of Art in the city. He participated in the controversy between socialist realism and formalism that took place in the German Democratic Republic, therefore his work was not realist and could not be shown in the country between and In he began to experiment with chemical painting, making photographs without the use of a camera and only with the use of chemical products such as the developer and the fixer and photographic paper, for which he made exposures to light using masks and templates.

Between and he was a professor at the Academy of Cinema and Television of Potsdam. His artistic work was not recognized by the authorities of the German Democratic Republic until , ten years after his death. After his basic schooling he received training in his father's weaving mill and studied at a textile technical school as well as an art school. After the War he withdrew to Blankenhain and resumed painting. His paintings reflected the quiet, rural life of Blankenhain, but maintained abstract influences. In Burchartz attended a still-life course taught by Theo van Doesburg at the Bauhaus in Weimar, a break from his past work and turned him toward the 'modern trend', which was from then on expressed in a constructional style.

He also worked as a translator. In Burchartz moved to the Ruhr District where he set up the first modern advertising agency in Germany. He dedicated himself to the new typography and color design of the building. Artistic and economic success soon followed. Burchartz developed a new layout style that blended typography, photography, and photo collages. In , Burchartz finally received a degree in typography at the Folkwang Schule. During this time, he made many trips for his photography and made prints of industrial subject matter. Between and Burchartz worked for the Forkardt company.

He voluntarily joined the German army which he remained in until the end of the war. At the end of the war he found himself in Paris. In , Burchartz began working at the Folkwang Academy as a professor for the first year students. He taught the students universal art ideas and the ideas of holistic designs. In he wrote his first work of art theory, "Allegory of the Harmony" and also an extension of the piece, "Design Theory".

In this time he also created collages and framed developed with new materials such as raster foils, plastic foils, Resopal, and wall carpets. He began his career working as a photojournalist for German magazines such as "Stern,""Quick," and "Bild am Sonntag. Montfort emigrated to Los Angeles in and began working as a freelancer.

Four years later, on assignment for the German literary magazine "Rogners," Montfort was sent to photograph Charles Bukowski. Aided by the case of wine he smartly brought with him to their first meeting, Montfort connected with the publicity-shy and splenetic poet. Over the next two decades, as both Bukowski's drinking buddy and personal photographer, he shot literary thousands of images of Bukowski and collaborated with him on titles such as "Horsemeat,""Shakespeare Never Did This," and "The Wedding.

Amongst the eccentric greats he was able to capture on film were writer William S. Some of the photographs of Kinski included his second wife Brigitte Tocki and their young daughter, Nastassja. Montfort died in His work concentrates on fashion advertising photography and video.

He moved to Atlanta at the age of 18 and worked as a waiter and a DJ. After seeing a book of work by Bruce Weber, Day bought his first camera at the age of As a self-taught photographer, he began shooting models in the Atlanta area before moving to Milan for a year. He has shot advertising campaigns for Goody's, Gap, Ritani and Rufskin. Day published his first coffee table book, Players, in His second book, Pioneers, released in , debuted at number one on the Amazon.

Players Two was published in , and All Players was released in Using his eyes as his camera he would create images by closing his eyes and freezing the moment in time for a few seconds. He would later say that he had been a photographer long before he ever held his first camera. Throughout the sixties he walked the streets of Dublin capturing that essential moment, a student of the work of masters of the craft such as Henri Cartier-Bresson. Then, following his heart and on the advice of the great photojournalist Andre Kertesz, Fergus brought some of his work to the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

In seven of his photographs were accepted for their permanent collection, dramatic streetscenes of a Dublin that no longer exists. Working in the natural light of a back yard studio, he chose not to pose his subjects, but let their familial or personal connection become known through their body language as they arranged themselves. It had long been his dream to move to the West of Ireland. Fergus was the first photographer to be inducted into this elite group whose membership is limited to Artists of every discipline are involved and they receive a stipend which enables them to concentrate on their work full time.

This was all the motivation he needed. Soon after, he was diagnosed with leukemia. In this third post previously here and here dedicated to the work of the Uruguayan artist born in Montevideo , based in France, Armando Bergallo, we take a look at his incursions into the performing arts. The result is, as Bergallo says, a metaphor for artistic creation. Then came Alice and Gulliver, completing a unique autobiographical operatic trilogy. En estas obras Vilche y yo somos autores y directores. En forma paralela ambos continuamos nuestro trabajo individualmente en pintura, escultura e instalaciones.

Parallel to this we continued individually painting, sculpting and creating installations. My need to experience new disciplines led me to enter, as a performer, in the stage spaces of Taller Amsterdam. Vilche and I then commenced working on an autobiography 'at two'. In this period, Vilche and I worked with artists from different disciplines: composers, musical directors, stage designer, choreographers, sound and lighting technicians, singers, actors, dancers and of course technicians plus organisers and the members of the Taller Amsterdam Foundation. Normally Vilche and I wrote the text, contacted composers, musicians, stage designer, choreographers and finally we realized the direction of the spectacle.

Un vivencia emocionante de esta puesta en escena fue el compartir el rol del Duende con Juan Carlos Moretti, gran hombre de teatro y amigo de la infancia. This opera was commissioned by the City of The Hague for the celebration of the new Millennium. An emotional experience of this production was to share the role of the Duende with Juan Carlos Moretti, a great man of theatre and friend of childhood.

This poetic text is a double story that speaks of boundless passion of Salome and the story of my own passion felt and lived when I was nine years old. During each performance I painted in front of the audience, a canvas of ten meters by two. The emotion, the energy transmitted by the music and the interpreters inspired me every time to a new artwork. We are all Alice and so we are going to enter the rabbit hole that leads us into a magical real world.

We can relive encounters with monsters, angels, elves, the whole range of human emotions and finally love and friendship. My system is always to start with visual art creations, which will inspire the artists, technicians and future participants who will give life to the performance. Photo: Kai-Annett Becker. En esta segunda entrega comenzamos en s. In this series I'll present chronological tours, tracing the lines of artistic succession through teachers and pupils, parents and children, close collaborators or other relationships that have represented a more or less relevant influence.

El alumno favorito de Squarcione fue Mantegna. Wikimedia Commons Francesco Squarcione was an Italian painter, art dealer and artists trainer born c. There are only two works signed by him: the Madonna with Child and an altarpiece Padua. Squarcione, whose original vocation was tailoring, appears to have had a remarkable enthusiasm for ancient art, and a faculty for acting. Squarcione was interested in ancient Rome; he travelled in Italy, and perhaps Greece, collecting antique statues, reliefs, vases, and other works of art, forming a collection of such works, making drawings from them himself, and throwing open his stores for others to study from.

Based on this collection, he undertook works on commission for which his pupils no less than himself were made available. As many as painters and pictorial students passed through his school, established in and which became famous all over Italy. Squarcione taught Mantegna the Latin language and instructed him to study fragments of Roman sculpture. Wikipedia Francesco Francia fue uno de sus alumnos. He was a pupil of the painter Lippo Dalmasio then for a few years with Francesco Squarcione around He was a contemporary of Andrea Mantegna.

He painted a number of variations of the Virgin and Child Enthroned with Saints while he was in Bologna. He died in Venice in , to where he had left after working for Squarcione. Wikipedia Francesco Francia was one of his pupils. Parece haberse formado con Marco Zoppo, y fue mencionado por primera vez como pintor en Sin embargo, como su amistad con Raphael es ahora bien conocida, esta historia ha sido desacreditada. He may have trained with Marco Zoppo and was first mentioned as a painter in His earliest known work is the Felicini Madonna, which is signed and dated He worked in partnership with Lorenzo Costa, and was influenced by Ercole de' Roberti's and Costa's style, until , when Francia became a court painter in Mantua, after which time he was influenced more by Perugino and Raphael.

He himself trained Marcantonio Raimondi and several other artists, including Innocenzo Francucci. He produced niellos, in which Raimondi first learnt to engrave, soon excelling his master, according to Vasari. Raphael's Santa Cecilia is supposed to have produced such a feeling of inferiority in Francia that it caused him to die of depression. However, as his friendship with Raphael is now well-known, this story has been discredited.

He died in Bologna in His sons Giacomo Francia and Giulio Francia were also artists. Among his works is a Baptism of Christ in Lisbon. Durante su vida produjo una serie de frescos y de retablos religiosos, pintados en un estilo rafaelesco. Wikipedia "Madonna col Bambino After presumably studying with his father in Imola, by he had moved to nearby Bologna to study painting. According to Carlo Cesare Malvasia he entered the studio of Francesco Francia in although the reliability of this claim has been questioned.

He later went to Florence where in he worked under the direction of Mariotto Albertinelli. During his life he produced a series of religious frescoes and altarpieces, painted in a Raphaelesque manner. His only secular paintings are five mythological frescoes in the Palazzina della Viola in Bologna.

He died in Bologna around Sabbatini, Samacchini y Passerotti fueron tres de sus principales alumnos o colegas. Su hija, Lavinia Fontana, fue una pintora destacada. Ha dejado una gran cantidad de trabajo en Bolonia. No es diferente al estilo de Paolo Veronese. He became a pupil of Innocenzo da Imola. Towards , it is reported that Michelangelo introduced him to Pope Julius III as a portrait-painter; and he was pensioned at the pontifical court. He later joined Vasari's studio in Florence, and worked in frescoes at the Palazzo Vecchio — He is an early representative of the Bolognese school of painting.

Sabbatini, Samacchini and Passerotti were three of his principal pupils or colleagues. His daughter, Lavinia Fontana, was also a prominent painter. He has left a large quantity of work in Bologna. His altarpiece of the Adoration of the Magi, in the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, being considered his masterpiece. It is not unlike the style of Paolo Veronese. He died in Rome in Wikimedia Commons Ludovico Lodovico Carracci fue un, pintor barroco temprano, aguafortista y grabador italiano nacido en Bolonia en His works are characterized by a strong mood invoked by broad gestures and flickering light that create spiritual emotion and are credited with reinvigorating Italian art, especially fresco art, which was subsumed with formalistic Mannerism.

We already celebrated the birthday of Carraci in this blog, but for the purposes of this series, is relevant to know that one of the apprentices in the studio of Carracci was Alessandro Algardi. Las formas clasicistas de Algardi fueron llevadas a cabo por sus alumnos incluyendo Ercole Ferrata y Domenico Guidi. Wikimedia Commons Alessandro Algardi was an Italian high-Baroque sculptor born in Bologna in , active almost exclusively in Rome, where for the latter decades of his life, he was, along with Francesco Borromini and Pietro da Cortona, one of the major rivals of Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

In his later years Algardi controlled a large studio and amassed a great fortune. Algardi's classicizing manner was carried on by pupils including Ercole Ferrata and Domenico Guidi. Antonio Raggi initially trained with him. The latter two completed his design for an altarpiece of the Vision of Saint Nicholas San Nicola da Tolentino, Rome using two separate marble pieces linked together in one event and place, yet successfully separating the divine and earthly spheres. Another Italian sculptor that studied with Algardi was Simon Guillain.

He decorated royal and ecclesiastical buildings. He was the master of Michel Anguier and Pierre Hutinot. In he participated in the creation of the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture, and was appointed rector in He was influenced by the Baroque style, which he could see in Italy, but continued to be a forerunner of French classicism.

Fue profesor en la Real Academia de Escultura. This remarkably powerful and exquisitely carved statuette of Pluto is the only known version of this subject by Michel Anguier executed in marble. Moreover, there are currently no other marble works by Michel Anguier available anywhere in the world; all other known marble works are within the collections of public institutions. Returning to Paris in , he worked with his brother at the mausoleum of Henry, Duke of Montmorency, at Moulins.

He was a professor at the Royal Academy of Sculpture. His Nativity, which is in the church of Saint-Roch of Paris, is considered his masterpiece. Moving to Paris around , he participated, under the direction of Simon Guillain, in the altarpiece of the Carmelite church near the Luxembourg garden. He then left for England. Returning to France in , he joined his brother, Michel Anguier, at Moulins where they worked at the tomb of the last of the dukes of Montmorency, Henry II.

Inspired by his Roman lessons, Francois Anguier develops a baroque style much less fiery than that of Bernini, better able then to be received by the French spirit. Robert Le Lorrain era uno de sus estudiantes. Five years before , on the death of Le Brun, he had also been appointed "inspecteur general des ouvrages de sculpture"— a place of power and profit. Robert Le Lorrain was one of his students. Wikimedia Commons Robert Le Lorrain was a French baroque sculptor who was born in Paris in into a family of bureaucrats. Le Lorrain was a student of the French sculptor, painter, and architect, Pierre Paul Puget His major non-royal clients were members of the house of Rohan.

He died in Paris in He is commonly referred to as Jean-Baptiste II Lemoyne or "the younger" to distinguish him from his uncle of the same name, the sculptor Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne the Elder. His freedom of composition was read as disregard of the classic tradition and of the essentials of dignified sculpture and he was accused of lack of firmness and of intellectual grasp of the larger principles of his art. Lemoyne's more important works have for the most part been destroyed or have disappeared. The bas-relief panels only have been preserved. Agustin Pajou was his disciple. Wikimedia Commons Augustin Pajou was a French sculptor, born in Paris, already published in this blog.

Appointed professor of the Real Academy of Painting and Sculpture in Paris on December 7, , six years later he was appointed rector and confirmed in Algunos de sus relieves se pueden ver en la fachada del Louvre. He worked in a neoclassical style, mostly in in stone and in terra cotta. Some of his reliefs may be seen on the facade of the Louvre. He began his training at the drawing school in Lille, in his native region.

In , he left for Paris and joined the workshop of Augustin Pajou with which he maintained a collaboration of nearly forty years. He will collaborate with him in the decoration of the Palace of Versailles and the Palais-Royal. Unlike Augustin Pajou, Roland never became an academician. He stayed there until his death, which occurred brutally in his studio in , and was succeeded by Pierre Cartellier. Ya vimos algunos de sus trabajos en este blog. Albert-Ernest Carrier de Belleuse fue uno de sus estudiantes. He adopted the name David d'Angers, following his entry into the studio of the painter Jacques-Louis David in as a way of both expressing his patrimony and distinguishing himself from the master painter.

We already saw some of his work in this blog. Albert-Ernest Carrier de Belleuse was one of his students. En su taller no. He was one of the most prolific artists of the century and enjoyed the greatest successes during the Second Empire, receiving the personal support of Napoleon III. His work was greatly influenced by the style of the Italian Renaissance and by that of the eighteenth century, which he helped to restore to the taste of the day. Carrier-Belleuse has greatly contributed to the improvement of the decorative and industrial arts.

From his workshop no. His passage was marked by the renewal of collections and the modernization of style. In , Rodin agreed to supervise a course for sculptor Alfred Boucher in his absence, where he met the year-old Camille Claudel. The two formed a passionate but stormy relationship and influenced each other artistically. Claudel inspired Rodin as a model for many of his figures, and she was a talented sculptor, assisting him on commissions.

She died in relative obscurity, but subsequently gained recognition for the originality of her work. In , the Paris Salon invited Rodin to be a judge on its artistic jury. Though Rodin's career was on the rise, Claudel and Beuret were becoming increasingly impatient with Rodin's "double life". Claudel and Rodin shared an atelier at a small old castle, but Rodin refused to relinquish his ties to Beuret, his loyal companion during the lean years, and mother of his son. In , after an abortion, Claudel ended the intimate aspect of her relationship with Rodin, although they saw each other regularly until It would be a mistake to assume that Claudel's reputation has survived simply because of her once notorious association with Rodin.

The novelist and art critic Octave Mirbeau described her as "A revolt against nature: a woman genius. Fue un pionero de la escultura animalista estilizada moderna. He was a pioneer of modern stylized animalier sculpture. He was not fully recognized for his artistic accomplishments until the age of 67 at the Salon d'Automne of with the work "Ours blanc White Bear ". He directed the workshop there in , transmitting the accounts, paying the marbles and supervising the work.

In the effervescence and the emulation created by young talents, he made the acquaintance of Ernest Nivet and Camille Claudel. Pompon died in Paris, France, on 6 May It is an early German romance, which has been translated into English and other languages. It might also be a Lamia, a seductive legendary creature that is half-woman, half-snake, claiming her knightly victim.

El 2 de Agosto es el cumple de Marg Moll , escultora, pintora y autora alemana nacida en Mulhouse, Alsacia como Margarethe Haeffner en Thought to have been part of Degenerate Art exhibition in Su obra se caracteriza por bronces reducidos y lineales, y expresivas esculturas de madera. En y en fue maestra sustituta en la Escuela de Dibujo de Helsinki. En , pintaron en Inglaterra y luego en en St Ives. She attended life class at South Kensington before travelling to Paris to study under Raphael Collin.

Returning to London, she took a studio in Notting Hill, exhibiting at the Royal Academy from onwards. As well as painting romantic subject pictures reminiscent of Byam Shaw and Gerald Moira, she also was a consummate portraitist, illustrator and stained glass window designer. She also designed posters and produced flower paintings. An article in the Magazine of Art pp by James Greig, comments upon her paintings and illustrates seven all in black and white including such titles as 'Rosamond', 'The Miracle of the Roses', 'Rapunzel' and 'The Magic Mantle'.

Starting from the realistic representation, her style developed into abstraction. In she studied with the painter Oskar Moll, whom she married a year later. Together the couple moved to Berlin and worked in the studio of Lovis Corinth, who made an oil painting of her in In the couple moved to Paris. There, the two of them approached Henri Matisse.

August Endell furnished the apartment and the spacious studio with modern furniture. Marg Moll created a varied sculptural work. There she became a member of the Groupe in and exhibited with Robert Delaunay and Albert Gleizes. Her sculptural and painterly oeuvre became more and more abstract.

In the Molls had left Berlin because of the increasing bombardment and moved to Brieg in Silesia. After the Second World War and after the death of her husband , Marg Moll developed her style further. From to she stayed in Wales and met with Henry Moore in London. In she returned to Dusseldorf and began to organize lectures in Germany and abroad. Her work is characterized by reduced, linear bronzes, and expressive wood sculptures.

She died in Munich in Encouraged by her family, she studied art at the Drawing School of Helsinki. From and in she became a substitute teacher at the Drawing School of Helsinki. Her early paintings accepted for the Paris Salon in were portraits. In , she painted a series of small paintings with a more psychological atmosphere including minute details.

In spring , she returned to Paris with her friend, the painter Helene Schjerfbeck to work among others with Puvis de Chavannes. In , they painted in England and then in in St Ives. Her painting Out into the World won a bronze medal at the World Exposition and was included in the book Women Painters of the World. Wiik died in Helsinki in At the same time, he attended the Academy. He then moved on to the studio of Pierre Rivalz. In , he began to exhibit copies of works by Antoine Rivalz and Pierre Subleyras, as well as portraits. In , he sent to the Academy of Toulouse the tomb of Amyntas, where the influences of Poussin are revealed.

In , on his return to Toulouse, he opened his own workshop. In his production of this period stands the striking portrait of Anne Raulet, widow Gastambide. In , on the death of Pierre Rivalz, he returned definitively to Toulouse. He produces many portraits and genre scenes in the manner of Greuze. He received the young Dominique Ingres, then student of the Academy of Arts.

After , Roques joined the views of David, which is manifested by his Nativity of the Virgin in the basilica of the Daurade. He became the first representative of neoclassicism in Toulouse. He sent his students who wanted to continue their training to David. Joseph Roques remains the most important painter of Toulouse during the Empire and the Restoration.

During the s he established and managed a print art studio in Trieste. He has held several solo exhibitions and exhibited at over group exhibitions in Slovenia, Italy, and other parts of the world. He has worked as a scenographer with theatres in Trieste, Ljubljana, Vienna and Venice. The Joseph M. Otros temas favoritos de sus dibujos y pinturas incluyeron bailarines y otros artistas. Paddle8 Esta serie de trabajos de Prince presenta a moteras. Como suele suceder en el trabajo de Prince, el artista se basa en publicidad u otros aspectos de la cultura visual para sus obras.

Here, Prince has appropriated images from advertisements placed by women in biker magazines. He then re-photographs and enlarges the works, highlighting the women at the focus of the images, while simultaneously bringing to mind our ideas of gender roles in our culture. He taught at the State Graphic School in Prague In he participated as author of several pictures for the modern Czech photography portfolio. In his work, the link between a sense of purist photography and perfection crafts is apparent.

She is best known for her collaborative work with the artist Kurt Schwitters, and, in later life, her scholarship on Leonardo da Vinci. In his husband was called to the front, and in the Steinitz family relocated to Hanover. While in Hanover, Steinitz painted portraits of her daughters.

Other favored subjects for her drawings and paintings included dancers, entertainers, and other performers. She became highly involved in the local art scene, including the burgeoning Dada movement. Steinitz collaborated with her friend, the artist Kurt Schwitters on several projects, including children's books, opera librettos, books, and festivals. Together with Theo van Doesburg, Schwitters and Steinitz produced several children's fairy-tale books that featured unusual typography. In , the Steinitz family immigrated to New York City to escape Nazi persecution, after having been told by government authorities that she could no longer write for German publications.

While in New York Steinitz continued to paint, and to augment the family's income by doing freelance commercial art work and research assignments. After the dead of her daughter and her husband, Steinitz moved to San Francisco. In , she became an American citizen. In she relocated to Los Angeles and took a position as the librarian of the Leonardo da Vinci collection owned Dr. Elmer Belt, who had been her urologist. Wikipedia On August 3 is the birthday of Kenvin Pinardy , professional Indonesian photographer living in the capital of Jakarta.

He primarily makes his living doing weddings and fashion shoots for domestic and foreign magazines, though his interests as a photographer range well beyond that. Pinardy first became interested in photography in the mids while a college student.