della Robbia

[ del-uh-roh-bee-uh; Italian del-lah rawb-byah ]

  1. Lu·ca [loo-kah]. /ˈlu kɑ/. Robbia, Luca della.

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How to use della Robbia in a sentence

  • The pupil of a goldsmith practising the craft of a founder, he cast the sacristy gates of the Duomo for Luca della Robbia.

  • In their place appeared della Robbia reliefs and terra-cotta statuettes of this or that famous Greek youth.

    Sinister Street, vol. 1 | Compton Mackenzie
  • Folco died in 1289, and is buried within the church, which contains one of Andrea della Robbia's Madonnas.

    The Story of Florence | Edmund G. Gardner
  • And we should also notice Giovanni della Robbia's fountain in the sacristy, before passing into the cloisters.

    The Story of Florence | Edmund G. Gardner
  • In his nephew, Andrea della Robbia, the founder of the school had a successor whose best work is worthy of the master's teaching.

British Dictionary definitions for della Robbia

della Robbia

/ (Italian ˈdɛlla ˈrobbja) /

  1. See Robbia

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