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In English theatre tradition, a dumbshow is a masque-like interlude of silent pantomime usually with allegorical content that refers to the occasion of a play or its theme, the most famous being the pantomime played out in Hamlet ( III. ii ).
Vermeer's famous painting Girl with a Pearl Earring is sometimes believed to depict the sin of vanity, as the young girl has adorned herself before a glass without further positive allegorical attributes.
In 1607, the famous architect-engineer Wenceslas Cobergher was commissioned to build a bastion of Catholic Counter-reformation: the whole city was to be an allegorical homage to the Mother of God, a hortus conclusus symbolizing her eternal virginity.
Vermeer's famous painting Girl with a Pearl Earring is sometimes believed to depict the sin of vanity, as the young girl has adorned herself before a glass without further positive allegorical attributes.
Other famous examples include Shadrach Minkins in 1851 and Lucy Bagby in 1861, whose forcible return in 1861 has been cited by historians as important and " allegorical.
Watts became famous in his lifetime for his allegorical works, such as Hope ( see image ) and Love and Life.
But the greatest writer of this school was Malik M Jayasi whose poem Padumavati composed between 1520 to 1540 is a detailed Sufi allegorical treatment of the famous story of Padmini of Chitor.

famous and engraving
His famous series of sixteen great designs for the Apocalypse is dated 1498, as is his engraving of St. Michael Fighting the Dragon.
A series of extant drawings show Dürer's experiments in human proportion, leading to the famous engraving of Adam and Eve ( 1504 ), which shows his subtlety while using the burin in the texturing of flesh surfaces.
* Albrecht Dürer makes his famous engraving Melencolia I.
Among the most famous artists of the old master print: Albrecht Dürer produced 3 drypoints before abandoning the technique ; Rembrandt used it frequently, but usually in conjunction with etching and engraving.
1890 engraving of horses jumping the famous Becher's Brook fence in the Grand National.
This 19th-century lithograph is a variation of Revere's famous engraving.
This 19th-century lithograph is a variation of the famous engraving of the Boston Massacre by Paul Revere.
A satirical engraving of Wilkes by William Hogarth, who shows him with a demonic-looking wig, crossed eyes, and two editions of his The North Briton: Numbers 17 ( in which he attacked, amongst others, Hogarth ) and the famous 45.
Among the most famous artists of the old master print Albrecht Dürer produced 3 drypoints before abandoning the technique ; Rembrandt used it frequently, but usually in conjunction with etching and engraving.
The book ( whose early draft, quite different from the final form, circulated in manuscript long before it was published ) is often cited in discussions of Albrecht Dürer's famous engraving Melencolia I ( 1514 ).
He only produced one surviving engraving, the Battle of the Nude Men, but both in its size and sophistication this took the Italian print to new levels, and remains one of the most famous prints of the Renaissance.
Albrecht Dürer made a famous engraving of the Prodigal Son amongst the pigs ( 1496 ), a popular subject in the Northern Renaissance.
An 18th-century engraving of the column at Igel, one of the most famous Treveran funerary monuments.
Another famous engraving, the Judgement of Paris, dated 1515 or 1516, after Raphael, became the composition source for Édouard Manet when he painted the The Luncheon on the Grass.
Abraham Ortelius made the map famous by beautifully engraving it in copper.
The champion receives ( and has his name inscribed on the base of ) the famous Claret Jug, a trophy that dates back to 1872 ( champions from 1860 until 1871 received instead a championship belt, much like a champion professional boxer's belt nowadays ) and the engraving of the champions ' name on the trophy prior to them receiving it is, in itself, one of the traditions of the closing ceremony of the championship, as is the award of the silver medal to the leading amateur player to have made the cut to play the last 36 holes.
* The Fenn School in Concord, Massachusetts uses Sua Sponte as its school motto usually seen written in a furled banner beneath an engraving of the famous Daniel Chester French The Concord Minute Man of 1775 statue.
An engraving of the national monument in the Soldiers ’ National Cemetery, which was dedicated by President Lincoln with his famous Gettysburg Address, is also in the collection.
His most famous work on alchemy is the Amphitheatrum Sapientiae Aeternae ( Amphitheater of Eternal Wisdom ), a work on the mystical aspects of that art, which contains the oft-seen engraving entitled " The First Stage of the Great Work ," better-known as the " Alchemist's Laboratory.
Baccio Bandinelli said Finiguerra was among the young artists under Lorenzo Ghiberti working on the famous gates of the Baptistery, Florence ; Benvenuto Cellini said he was the finest master of his day in niello engraving, and that his masterpiece was a pax of the Crucifixion in the baptistery of St. John ; that being no great draftsman, he in most cases, including that of the above-mentioned pax, worked from drawings by Antonio Pollaluiolo.

famous and by
The architectural feature, the caryatides upholding the portico, famous around the world as the Porch of the Maidens, was referred to airily by Mando as the Girls' Place.
but even in that famous passage, Milton was aiming not at the theatricals as such but at their performance by ' persons either enter'd, or presently to enter into the ministry.
Stowey Rummel was internationally famous, a crafter of a genuine Americana in foreign eyes, an original designer whose inventive childishness with steel and concrete was made even more believably sincere by his personality.
This dish much resembles the oysters Rockefeller made famous by Antoine's in New Orleans, though the Palace chef announced it as a variant of Manning's roast oysters.
There, Mother was received by the scions of aristocratic lines which are dominated by the Budweisers ( of beer derivation ), the Chalmers ( of underwear origin ), and the Heinzes ( whose forbears founded a nationally famous trade in pickles ).
Still more jealous bitterness was engendered by the O'Banion gang's seizure from a West Side marshalling yard of a freight-car load of Canadian whisky worth $100,000 and by one of the biggest coups of the Prohibition era -- the Sibley warehouse robbery, which became famous for the cool brazenness of the operation.
Her father, James Upton, was the Upton mentioned by Hawthorne in the famous introduction to the Scarlet Letter as one of those who came into the old custom house to do business with him as the surveyor of the port.
Here again it was vacation time and there were many things I could not see, but I was able to visit with a professor who is famous in Japanese circles and be guided through the grounds by his assistant.
The gift is being presented by `` heirs and descendants of the Rutherford family of New Jersey, whose famous estate, `` Tranquility '', was located near the Duncan Phyfe workshop at Andover, N. J..
In the famous Danbury Hatters case, a suit was brought against the union by the Loewe Company for monopolistic practices, e.g., trying to persuade consumers not to purchase the product of the struck manufacturer.
Ekstrohm picked up a lightweight no-back from the ship's library, a book by Bloch, the famous twentieth century expert on sex.
The case is famous for Lincoln's use of a fact established by judicial notice in order to challenge the credibility of an eyewitness.
The title " teacher " was first given to Aristotle by Muslim scholars, and was later used by Western philosophers ( as in the famous poem of Dante ) who were influenced by the tradition of Islamic philosophy.
In the famous long scroll Along the River During the Qingming Festival painted by Zhang Zeduan ( 1085 – 1145 AD ) during the Song Dynasty ( 960 – 1297 AD ), a suanpan is clearly seen lying beside an account book and doctor's prescriptions on the counter of an apothecary's ( Feibao ).
This was expressed by Korzybski's most famous premise, " the map is not the territory ".
The region was famous for exporting various raw materials, and areas of Hattian and Hurrian populated south east Anatolia were colonised by the Akkadians.
Milne is most famous for his two Pooh books about a boy named Christopher Robin after his son, Christopher Robin Milne, and various characters inspired by his son's stuffed animals, most notably the bear named Winnie-the-Pooh.
Azincourt is famous as being near the site of the battle fought on 25 October 1415 in which the army led by King Henry V of England defeated the forces led by Charles d ' Albret on behalf of Charles VI of France, which has gone down in English history as the Battle of Agincourt.
The large amount of travel done by Christie and Mallowan has not only made for a great writing theme, as shown in her famous novel: The Murder on the Orient Express, but also tied into the idea of archaeology as an adventure that has become so important in today ’ s popular culture as described by Cornelius Holtorf in his book Archaeology is a Brand.

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