To define the beauty, the supreme concentration of the entombment, without by dissection killing it, is a task of difficulty.
Coxcie, altar-piece (the entombment) and frescoes by Salviati.
These last speak very highly of the wooden figures in the entombment chapel, and so more guardedly does Bordiga.
The second chapel on the eastern side of the south transept contained an entombment dating from 1531.
Nearly at the end of the period he made his greatest failure, the "entombment" of the Borghese Gallery.
And yet it is a most wise and humane provision; and many years ago, there is a tradition, an entombment alive was prevented by it.
The entombment followed, the Madonna in black lamenting and weeping.
Therefore, if the demands of affection and sanitation are both to be met, entombment is to do it, or it cannot be done.
A fine coffin (Fig. 25) is represented in the lead group of the entombment at Moissac in France.
But, like the place of the entombment of her more distinguished brother, "no man knoweth it unto this day."