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Botticelli

[bot-i-chel-ee; Italian bawt-tee-chel-lee] /ˌbɒt ɪˈtʃɛl i; Italian ˌbɔt tiˈtʃɛl li/
noun
1.
Sandro
[san-droh,, sahn-;; Italian sahn-draw] /ˈsæn droʊ,, ˈsɑn-;; Italian ˈsɑn drɔ/ (Show IPA),
(Alessandro di Mariano dei Filipepi) 1444?–1510, Italian painter.
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Botticellian, adjective
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  • Then he paused to inquire of Pierre: "Did you know it was a Botticelli?"

  • Could not her old favourite Botticelli have supplied him with a lovelier type?

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  • A good lady who goes to the art class is able to talk of Botticelli.

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  • Of course, the rendering will be inadequate—but so is Botticelli.

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  • There's an altar piece by Raphael or Botticelli, I forget which.

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British Dictionary definitions for Botticelli

Botticelli

/Italian bottiˈtʃɛlli/
noun
1.
Sandro (ˈsandro), original name Alessandro di Mariano Filipepi. 1444–1510, Italian (Florentine) painter, illustrator, and engraver, noted for the graceful outlines and delicate details of his mythological and religious paintings
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