[jot-oh; Italian jawt-taw] /ˈdʒɒt oʊ; Italian ˈdʒɔt tɔ/
(Giotto di Bondone) 1266?–1337, Florentine painter, sculptor, and architect.
also known as Giotto di Bondone. ?1267–1337, Florentine painter, who broke away from the stiff linear design of the Byzantine tradition and developed the more dramatic and naturalistic style characteristic of the Renaissance: his work includes cycles of frescoes in Assisi, the Arena Chapel in Padua, and the Church of Santa Croce, Florence
a European spacecraft that intercepted the path of Halley’s comet in March 1986, gathering data and recording images, esp of the comet’s nucleus
An Italian painter and architect of the late thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries. Art in Italy before the time of Giotto was heavily influenced by the art of the Byzantine Empire and was highly stylized; it resembled the icons in Byzantine churches. Giotto was the first painter to abandon Byzantine ways and begin to depict more lifelike expressions and figures.
- Giovanni da bologna
[buh-lohn-yuh; Italian baw-law-nyah] /bəˈloʊn yə; Italian bɔˈlɔ nyɑ/ noun 1. Giovanni da [jee-uh-vah-nee duh;; Italian jaw-vahn-nee dah] /ˌdʒi əˈvɑ ni də;; Italian dʒɔˈvɑn ni dɑ/ (Show IPA), (Jean de Boulogne; Giambologna) c1525–1608, Italian sculptor, born in France. 2. a city in N Italy. /bəˈləʊnjə; Italian boˈloɲɲa/ noun 1. a city in N Italy, at the […]
/dʒiˈrona/ noun 1. the Catalan name for Gerona
- Giuseppe peano
[pee-ah-noh; Italian pe-ah-naw] /piˈɑ noʊ; Italian pɛˈɑ nɔ/ noun 1. Giuseppe [joo-zep-pe] /dʒuˈzɛp pɛ/ (Show IPA), 1858–1932, Italian mathematician.
/ˈdʒuːstəʊ/ adverb 1. (of a tempo marking) adjective 2. (of a tempo)