[pahr-mi-juh-nee-noh; Italian pahr-mee-jah-nee-naw]
- Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola, 1503–40, Italian painter.
Also Par·mi·gia·no [pahr-mi-jah-noh; Italian pahr-meejah-naw] /ˌpɑr mɪˈdʒɑ noʊ; Italian ˌpɑrˈmidʒɑ nɔ/.
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Examples from the Web for parmigianino
There is a splendid portrait by Parmigianino, said to be Columbus, in Naples.
Yet the memorials discovered by P. Aff, do not permit us to name Parmigianino as his master.
Still his name ought to be recorded, were it for no other reason than his being the supposed master of Parmigianino.
In Parmigianino's case the danger of the master's peculiarities became apparent by the lapse into affectation and frivolity.
- real name Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola. 1503–40, Italian painter, one of the originators of mannerismAlso: Parmigiano (parmiˈdʒano)