Alessandro di Mariano Filipepi - traduzione in Inglese
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Alessandro di Mariano Filipepi - traduzione in Inglese

Botticelli; Sandro Filipepi; Alessandro Botticelli; Bottichelli; Alessandro di Mariano Filipepi; Boticelli; Filipepi; Alessandro di Mariano di Vanni Filipepi; Il Botticello; Alessandro Di Mariano Del Filipepi; Allessandro Botticelli; Alessandro Di Mariano; Alessandro Di Mariano Filipepi; Alessandro Filipepi
  • Engraving by [[Baccio Baldini]] after Botticelli
  • ''The Mystical Nativity'']] (c. 1500–01) [[National Gallery, London]].
  • ''[[Punishment of the Sons of Corah]]'', Sistine Chapel
  • ''[[Madonna of the Pomegranate]]'' (''Madonna della Melagrana''), c. 1487
  • ''San Barnaba Altarpiece'', c. 1487, Uffizi, 268 x 280 cm
  • Flora]], [[Chloris]], [[Zephyrus]]
  • ''Madonna and Child with St. John the Baptist'', c. 1470–1475, [[Louvre]]
  • One of the few fully coloured pages of the [[Divine Comedy Illustrated by Botticelli]], illustrating canto XVIII in the eighth circle of Hell.  Dante and Virgil descending through the ten chasms of the circle via a ridge.
  • ''[[Youth of Moses]]'', [[Sistine Chapel]]
  • ''[[Pallas and the Centaur]]'', c. 1482. [[Uffizi]], Florence.
  • ''[[The Birth of Venus]]'', c. 1485. [[Uffizi]], [[Florence]]
  • ''[[Magnificat Madonna]]'', c. 1483
  • The ''Bardi Altarpiece'', 1484–85, 185 x 180 cm
  • ''[[Madonna of the Book]]'', c.1480–3.
  • Lamentation of Christ]]'', early 1490s, [[Alte Pinakothek]], Munich.
  • Calumny of Apelles]]'' (c. 1494–95). [[Uffizi]], Florence.
  • ''[[Portrait of a Man with a Medal of Cosimo the Elder]]'', 1474; the medal is an inserted [[gesso]] cast of a real medal.
  • The Story of Lucretia]]'', c. 1500. [[Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum]], [[Boston, Massachusetts]].
  • Portrait, probably imagined, of Botticelli from Vasari's ''Life''
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  • Via Borgo Ognissanti in 2008, with the eponymous church halfway down on the right. Like the street, it has had a Baroque makeover since Botticelli's time.
  • Adoration of the Magi]]'', 1475, 111 cm × 134 cm (44 in × 53 in)

Alessandro di Mariano Filipepi         
n. Alessandro di Mariano Filipepi, Sandro Botticelli, (1444-1510) grande pittore del Rinascimento italiano autore fra l"altro della "Nascita di Venere"
Sandro Botticelli         
n. Sandro Botticelli, (1444-1510) nato col vero nome di Alessandro di Mariano Filipepi, grande pittore del Rinascimento italiano autore fra l"altro della "Nascita di Venere"
Alessandro Volta         
  • [[Leopoldo Pollack]], Aula Volta, 1787, [[Old Campus of the University of Pavia]].
  • University History Museum]] of the University of Pavia.
  • Volta explains the principle of the ''"electric column"'' to [[Napoleon]] in 1801
  • Volta battery, at the [[Tempio Voltiano]] museum, Como
  • Front page of ''De vi attractiva ignis electrici''
  • A [[voltaic pile]]
Count Volta Alessandro; Alessandro Count Volta; Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta; Alessandro, Count Volta; Allesandro volta; Alexander Volta; Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Gerolamo Umberto Volta; Alessandra Volta; Alessandrino Volta; A. Volta
n. Alessandro Volta (1745-1827) scienziato italiano inventore della pila omonima


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Sandro Botticelli

Alessandro di Mariano di Vanni Filipepi (c. 1445 – May 17, 1510), known as Sandro Botticelli (, Italian: [ˈsandro bottiˈtʃɛlli]), was an Italian painter of the Early Renaissance. Botticelli's posthumous reputation suffered until the late 19th century, when he was rediscovered by the Pre-Raphaelites who stimulated a reappraisal of his work. Since then, his paintings have been seen to represent the linear grace of late Italian Gothic and some Early Renaissance painting, even though they date from the latter half of the Italian Renaissance period.

In addition to the mythological subjects for which he is best known today, Botticelli painted a wide range of religious subjects (including dozens of renditions of the Madonna and Child, many in the round tondo shape) and also some portraits. His best-known works are The Birth of Venus and Primavera, both in the Uffizi in Florence, which holds many of Botticelli’s works. Botticelli lived all his life in the same neighbourhood of Florence; his only significant times elsewhere were the months he spent painting in Pisa in 1474 and the Sistine Chapel in Rome in 1481–82.

Only one of Botticelli's paintings, the Mystic Nativity (National Gallery, London) is inscribed with a date (1501), but others can be dated with varying degrees of certainty on the basis of archival records, so the development of his style can be traced with some confidence. He was an independent master for all the 1470s, which saw his reputation soar. The 1480s were his most successful decade, the one in which his large mythological paintings were completed along with many of his most famous Madonnas. By the 1490s his style became more personal and to some extent mannered. His last works show him moving in a direction opposite to that of Leonardo da Vinci (seven years his junior) and the new generation of painters creating the High Renaissance style, and instead returning to a style that many have described as more Gothic or "archaic."