exponent:a person or thing that expounds, explains, or interprets sculptor:a person who practices the art of sculpture Renaissance:cultural rebirth Royal Chapel:a Church of England establishment
Greco-Roman:relating to the ancient Greeks and Romans citizenry:a whole body of citizens Liberality:the quality of giving or spending freely Duke Federico Montefeltro:one of most successful condotieri
Urbino:historic walled-town in the Marche, Italy Quattrocento:period of increasing prosperity and steady progression in the arts intarsia:wood inlaying spatial:of or relating to space.
friar:a member of any of certain religious orders of men facade:the face of a building crucifix:Jesus on the cross pulpit:a raised platform or lectern in a church
Salford Museum:history of Salford and Victorian art & architecture characteristic:typical of a particular thing composite:made up of various parts or element pastel:pure powdered pigment and a binder
nuptials:wedding heir:a person legally entitled to the property or rank of another on that person's death porcelain:a white vitrified translucent ceramic sugarpaste:very sweet edible sugar dough
evoke:bring or recall to the conscious mind arles:a city in SE France Van Gogh:Dutch postimpressionist painter, noted for his landscapes and portraits restoration:returning something to a former state
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Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, Barcelona
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
The Walters Art Museum
Museo di Roma
Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Van Gogh Museum
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