Bartolommeo who was actually Bartolommeo Brandini or better known as “Baccio Bandinelli” was born in Florence and had a fairly regular childhood compared to some of the most famous artists in the Renaissance like the great Leonardo DA’ Vinci or the amazing sculptor Michelangelo. While Baccio was growing up he was also a fairly unpleasant character according to most of the people who knew him, he was even referred to as the “Rotten Tomato Of The Renaissance.” As a young boy, Baccio was taken under his father's wing so he could become a master at Goldsmithing. For a while Baccio thought this was his true calling, but then Baccio discovered what the arts were and quickly fell in love with them. After a small search for the right person to help
7) “ With his invention of the assembly line, it allowed other industries to adopt this idea and decrease their production costs. This allowed the average American the ability to live a better life and be able to afford more than they would have before.” If Ford would have not done this cars may not have been as huge of a success for another 10-25
Italo Calvino was born in Cuba in 1923, Shortly after he was born his parents decided to move back to Italy where they first came from (Italo Calvino). Calvino was raised in San Remo, Italy on a vegetation farm while his dad worked as a professor (Italo Calvino). Later on as Calvino started to get older, he started making his own
Dali was born on May 11, 1904 in Figueres, a town located in Spanish region Catalonia. Artist’s full name was Salvador Doménec Felip Jacint Dalí i Domènech. His father, Salvador Dalí Cusí, was a notary and a middle-class lawyer. The man was an important person in town and had many friends, including painters and writers. Dali’s mother, Felipa Domenech Ferrés, “was a devout Roman Catholic” (Anderson, 2002, p. 6), who often encouraged son on his art interests.
A. Bartlett Giamatti A. Bartlett “Bart” Giamatti was a scholar, educator and president of Yale University who in his later years became the seventh commissioner of Major League Baseball. Angelo Bartlett Giamatti was born on April 4, 1938 in South Hadley, Massachusetts, near Mount Holyoke College, where his father, Valentine Giamatti, founded the departments of Italian and Spanish languages and literature. His paternal grandfather, Angelo Giamatti, emigrated from Italy and entered Ellis Island around 1900. His mother, Mary Claybaugh Walton, attended Andover and Harvard College. His wife, Toni Smith, taught English at the Hopkins School in New Haven.
Born Tommaso di Giovanni di Simone Cassai, Masaccio was born December 21, 1401, near Florence, Italy. Little is known about Masaccio’s childhood and his mentor for painting has never been found. In fact, no paper trail of the painter is found from birth until he entered the Arte dei Medici e Speziali on January 7, 1422, which was a painters’ guild. Despite being young throughout his artistic career, Masaccio’s techniques inspired Florentine paintings beyond the Renaissance era and heavily influenced Western
My name is Álvaro Lopez. I am from the ‘Country of Contrast’ or rather, the country from where Lionel Messi is as you may remember. Yes, that right- Argentina!From the tropical heat to the Antarctic cold, we have it all. So now, I am going to briefly take you through the journey of my life as well as enlighten you about what Argentina is like. So I was born during the year 1981 in the beautiful city of Rio Gallegos, to Mr. and Mrs. Lopez.
The car can deliver a maximum power of 77 hp at 6000 rpm alongwith a peak torque of 115 Nm at 3250 rpm. Acceleration and Pick-up: Fiat Punto is not the car which you can boast off on a race track but still the car offers a decent acceleration. The car can attain 0-100 km/hr mark in 13.2 seconds and can clock a top speed of 165 km/hr. These figures are commendable given that Punto is a mini car.
Gino Severini was born April 7th, 1883 in Cortona Italy. Severini would grow up to become a talented pointillist painter, known for his work in Italy (Britannica). Then in 1914, when Servini was 31 years old, Italy joined the fight in World War 1 (Italy). Italy wanted the benefits of the war that its allies promised, and though Italy was not yet fully industrialized, like Russia, it joined for the gain of more territory and most importantly, territory over its border with Austria-Hungary (Italy). Italy was the birthplace of the futurist movement that started in 1909 Artists of the futurist movement, though once rejected by scholars, that futurists had their own political agenda with their work (Futurism).