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By Sir William Jardine
A unbelievable diversity of flora and fauna appears to be like during this fantastic choice of painstakingly actual 19th-century drawings. either artists and animal enthusiasts will treasure those well suited illustrations of mammals, birds, fish, and bugs. A useful archive of royalty-free artwork. Captions.
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Goldoni turned a deaf ear to requests sent to him from London, Portugal and his fellow countrymen, remaining in Paris. During 1771, the success of Le Bourru Bienfaisant, which played with the support of Molé, Reville and Madame Bellecour, was one of the most vivid joys of his life. 7 Along with these diverse poets, some exceptional women graced Venetian society with their charming spirits and talent. One was Luisa Bergalli who, although spending her youth in a 24. Piazza San Marco Looking South and West, cobbler’s workshop, married the noble, Count Gaspard Gozzi.
8 The Royal Collection, London. Venice’s glass industry was very old. In 630, Saint Benedict called Venetian workers to England to decorate the windows of Yarmouth Monastery. Shops were set up on Murano Island and were closely monitored by the Council of Ten. During the eighteenth century, this art enjoyed new found prosperity, thanks to the patriotism 34. Venice: the Interior of San Marco by Day, of Briati, who had worked as a porter for three years in a Bohemian crystal shop so he could learn the secrets c.
4 The libro d’oro was destroyed in 1797 during the wars of the Republic, but some copies still exist. Like Venice, several other Italian cities had nobility registries. 5 Apostolo Zeno, born in 1668, was not a noble, in the least, because his grandfather was not registered in the libro d’oro, even though he had illustrious roots. Unable to obtain a post at Saint Mark’s library, he accepted an offer from Emperor Charles VI, who granted him the position of court poet and historian. After twelve years in Vienna, esteemed for his character and talent, he transferred his position to Metastasio and returned to Venice in 1729.