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  • A manuscript in the Carmelite monastery in Paris calls Annibale a

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize

  • Among the most important was the Bolognese Annibale Carracci, whose exquisite "River Landscape" opens the show.

    Painting's Changing Landscapes

  • This was largely the work of Annibale Bugnini, the major architect.

    The Proper Place of Propers

  • (This, incidentally, was a major problem with the outlook of Annibale Bugnini, the chief architect of the reformed Missal: he was hopelessly uninterested in music; in fact, he knew nothing at all, as his autobiography reveals.)

    What We Learn from Music

  • [Return to the letter] 4 Hayter made two studies of Mary Magdalene, an engraving after Annibale Carracci titled, "Magdalen kneeling" (Woburn Abbey, 1825), and an etching titled, "Magdalen," from the "picture in possession of the Earl of Bradford, painted from Honble Sophia Fitzgerald."

    New Letters from Charles Brown to Joseph Severn

  • At the same time, he made clear the reintegration on a national, Italian level that Annibale and his pupils achieved.

    Monsignor Agucchi

  • Puh-leez... investigating the Vatican Bank scandal and related murders the Italian police seized the records of the notorious P2 Freemasonic Lodge and its membership roll, complete with names and code names, INCLUDING Annibale "Buan" Bugnini, author of the New Order of Mass.

    Slow posting continues till mid-August...

  • Ancient Greek sculpture influenced ancient Roman sculpture which influenced Cimabue who inspired Giotto who influenced Masaccio who influenced Raphael who inspired Annibale Carracci who taught Domenichino who worked alongside Poussin who influenced David who inspired Manet who was beloved of Degas who influenced Monet who inspired Mondrian who inspired Malevich who worked with Kandinsky who led to Jackson-goddamned-Pollock, thank you very much!

    The Art Thief

  • Annibale Gammarelli says his brother waited on him and described the pope as "a very nice man, very simple, and he's very easy to work with tailoring because he's not so demanding."

    USATODAY.com - John Paul's longtime tailor pays tribute to the pontiff

  • But in the mid-1800s, the shop began specializing in garments for the clergy, explains great-great-grandson Annibale, who now runs the shop with his brother Filippo.

    USATODAY.com - John Paul's longtime tailor pays tribute to the pontiff

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