Putti


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Put·ti

(put'ē),
Vittorio, Italian surgeon, 1880-1940. See: Putti-Platt operation, Putti-Platt procedure.
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Flanking the title banner, two putti hold a zodiacal ring illuminated by a central Sun, with the off-center Earth attached to the zodiac.
The ceiling to the centre is gilded and festooned with a brass chandelier and a circular plaster border surrounded by painted anthemions and arabesques with heraldic panels to the corners and cornice painted with fleur-de-lys and putti.
There follows "The Third Sign of Predestination," this time with an engraving of the Host suspended over a chalice, with putti hovering at each side, which signifies the frequent observance of the holy sacraments of confession and communion (73).
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And thus begins a game, spatial as well as conceptual, in the Museum Haus Lange, played with putti, busts, and a torso, all based on models from the frescoes and sculptures of Herculaneum and Pompeii.
It also features strigilated panels, torch-bearing putti and mythical creature carvings.
Putti succeeded Codivilla as director of the Rizzoli Institute of Bologna, in 1912, and continued his work on limb lengthening.
Y asi como franceses--de Foucault a Derrida, de Bourdieu a Lyotard--habian sido en los sesenta y setenta los gurus de la arbitrariedad hermeneutica, tambien fueron franceses los pioneros de esta remozada version del horror vacui barroco, con los "papelotes" de Proust o las cartas a Louise Colet fungiendo de putti de relleno.