[myoo-ril-oh, moo-ree-oh, myoo-; Spanish moo-ree-lyaw]
- Bar·to·lo·mé Es·te·ban [bahr-taw-law-me es-te-vahn] /ˌbɑr tɔ lɔˈmɛ ɛsˈtɛ vɑn/, 1617–82, Spanish painter.
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Examples from the Web for murillo
"The contents of the factory are secondary," Murillo told Details magazine.Oscar Murillo Opens the Tastiest Art Exhibit at David Zwirner
April 24, 2014
The only big ones we really have to deal with now, it seems, are Ortega and Murillo.In Nicaragua Earthquakes and Politics Play Hell With Holy Week
April 18, 2014
Murillo was born in Colombia and emigrated to London as a child, where he adopted a foreign language and cultural customs.Saatchi Resurrects Ancient Pangaea with Show Featuring South American and African Artists
April 4, 2014
Fernández and Murillo share a glass, I drink one all to myself.
I ask Murillo why he and Fernández aren't behind bars by now.
From this Claude went on to remark with asperity that Murillo painted like an ignoramus.The Fat and the Thin
Are the Madonnas of Murillo anything but a transcript of the women of Andalusia?Rembrandt and His Works
It is believed that Murillo appears at his best in this collection.Foot-prints of Travel
Maturin M. Ballou
Were you ever very angry with Soult—about that Murillo which we have bought?Roundabout Papers
William Makepeace Thackeray
It is this story that Murillo painted his picture to illustrate.The Children's Book of Celebrated Pictures
Lorinda Munson Bryant
- Bartolomé Esteban (bartoloˈme esˈteβan). 1618–82, Spanish painter, esp of religious subjects and beggar children
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