from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Lippi, Filippino 1457?-1504? Italian painter who completed Masaccio's frescoes in the Brancacci Chapel, Florence.
- Lippi, Fra Filippo 1406?-1469? Italian Renaissance painter whose works, including Madonna Enthroned (1437), display a bold three-dimensional style.
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- n. Italian painter and son of Fra Filippo Lippi (1457-1504)
- n. Italian painter whose works show a three-dimensional style (1406-1469)
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Italian newspapers have called Lippi arrogant, aloof and living life as if it was 2006 when
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This was followed replaced on Marcello Lippi (former Italy national head coach), who resigned after having won the 2006 FIFA World Cup.
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Sacchi's influence was soon to be seen on other Italian bosses such as Marcello Lippi, but perhaps the man who benefited most from the lessons the Milan manager had taught Serie A was the future England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson.
In 1459, the son of the Duke of Milan was amazed by what he saw at the Palazzo Medici -- "the decorative tapestries, the chests of inestimable craftsmanship and value, the masterful sculptures, the infinitely varied patterns and silverwork" -- and he neglected to mention the greatest treasures of all, paintings by such masters as Fra Angelico and Filippo Lippi.
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