Definition of Donato Bramante
1. Noun. Great Italian architect of the High Renaissance in Italy (1444-1514).
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Literary usage of Donato Bramante
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1. The History of the Popes: From the Close of the Middle Ages. Drawn from the by Ludwig Pastor (1902)
"This man was Donato Bramante, who had been working and studying in Rome since the year 1500. In affording to " the most original architect of his time" the ..."
2. Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, Illustrating the Arms, Arts, and Literature by James Dennistoun (1851)
"... important facts or useful criticisms, and a brief notice will suffice for our present purpose. Donato Bramante appears to have been born at Monte As- ..."
3. Introduction to a Catalogue of the Early Italian Prints in the British Museum by Richard Fisher (1886)
"Donato Bramante. ANDREA VERROCCHIO. HE Accademia at Milan, which became so celebrated through Leonardo da Vinci's association with it, was founded in the ..."
4. The Anonimo: Notes on Pictures and Works of Art in Italy Made by an by Marcantonio Michiel, George Charles Williamson, Jacopo Morelli, Paolo Mussi (1903)
"The fresco representing the Pieta on the left- hand side on entering the church, is by Donato Bramante.2 1 The Palace of the Podesti now contains a tribunal ..."
5. A Dictionary of Architecture and Building, Biographical, Historical, and by Russell Sturgis (1901)
"... l'ungi- leoni, Me mûrie ; Casati, I Capi (Г Arte di Bra- manti'; II. Semper, "Donato Bramante" in Dohme Series; L. Beltrami, Bramante Poeta; ..."
6. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: “a” Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature edited by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"... Donato Bramante (Leipzig, 1879). BRAMPTON, HENRY HAWKINS, BARON (1817-1907), English judge, was born at Hitchin, on the i4th of September 1817. ..."