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Debenedetti, Ana

Overview
Works: 7 works in 22 publications in 4 languages and 976 library holdings
Genres: Exhibition catalogs  Catalogs  History 
Roles: Editor, wst, Author, Contributor, wat
Classifications: ND623.B7, 759.5
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Ana Debenedetti
Botticelli past and present( )

7 editions published in 2019 in English and held by 551 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The recent exhibitions dedicated to Botticelli around the world show, more than ever, the significant and continued debate about the artist. Botticelli Past and Present engages with this debate. The book comprises four thematic parts, spanning four centuries of Botticelli's artistic fame and reception from the fifteenth century. Each part comprises a number of essays and includes a short introduction which positions them within the wider scholarly literature on Botticelli. The parts are organised chronologically beginning with discussion of the artist and his working practice in his own time, moving onto the progressive rediscovery of his work from the late eighteenth to the turn of the twentieth century, through to his enduring impact on contemporary art and design. Expertly written by researchers and eminent art historians and richly illustrated throughout, the broad range of essays in this book make a valuable contribution to Botticelli studies
Botticelli Reimagined by Sandro Botticelli( Book )

8 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 417 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"The Florentine painter Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is one of the greatest artists of all time. Renowned for the iconic Birth of Venus and Primavera, his work has become part of our collective visual memory, influencing product development, fashion design and artists as diverse as Andy Warhol, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, René Magritte and Jeff Koons. But Botticelli's fame today was by no means a foregone conclusion. Quickly forgotten after his death, he was only rediscovered as an artist in the nineteenth century -- and much of what we know of his work has been pieced together from fragmentary evidence; only three of his works are signed or documented. Since then, ''Botticelli'' has been interpreted in many different ways, and has led to many questions. How does a painter acquire international fame? What made Botticelli a pop icon? Why are his works considered timeless? What is it that makes him so ''European'' that his Venus appears on the 10 cent coin? What we can say -- safely -- is that Botticelli, more than any other Old Master, inspired and continues to inspire modern and contemporary art."--Publisher's description
The Botticelli Renaissance by Staatliche Museen zu Berlin( Book )

3 editions published in 2015 in German and English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Florentine painter Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is celebrated as one of the most important painters of the Italian Renaissance. His paintings have been endlessly reproduced and interpreted. His motifs - widely borrowed and adapted - have gone out into the world, often at a considerable remove from the originals. Indeed, they can take us so far away from the actual paintings by Botticelli that the artist's name has come to stand for fashion and lifestyle, with no mention at all of his work. Products are named after him, displays of popular culture follow patterns established by him, and individual figures, chief among them his iconic Venus, have become part of the collective visual memory. Botticelli's fame today was by no means a foregone conclusion. Quickly forgotten after his death, he was only rediscovered in the nineteenth century. The English Pre-Raphaelites and their admiration for Botticelli's work were instrumental in ushering in an extraordinary renaissance that went on to captivate the imagination of a growing circle of artists and, eventually, to enchant the public at large. Since then, Botticelli's work has been interpreted in many different ways. Yet it continues to raise a multitude of questions. How does a painter acquire international fame? What made Botticelli a pop icon? Why are his works considered timeless? What is it that makes him so 'European' that his Venus appears on the obverse of a 10 cent euro coin? What we can safely say is that Botticelli, more than almost any other Old Master, inspired and continues to inspire modern and contemporary art. 00Exhibition: Berliner Gemäldegalerie, Berlin, Germany (24.09.2015-25.01.2016) / Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK (05.03-03.07.2016)
Le regard anglais sur les expositions universelles en France by Ana Debenedetti( )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Not just a pretty landscape painter by Ana Debenedetti( )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The arts of living : Europe 1600-1815 by Victoria and Albert Museum( Book )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This book accompanies the opening of the V & A's newly redesigned Europe gallery, which features spectacular paintings, sculpture, furniture, and decorative arts-textiles, fashion, ceramics, glass, metalwork, prints, and books-created by Europe's finest artists and craftsmen of the 17th and 18th centuries for the period's most important tastemakers, among them Louis XIV, Marie Antoinette, and Catherine the Great. Outstanding art and domestic objects are discussed within their original contexts to highlight the rhythms and rituals of life during this period. Lavishly illustrated, the book includes essays explaining the grandeur of court interiors-for which the larger and more elaborate art objects were made-as well as discussion of more-humble period rooms and intimate interiors--
Tratamiento con eritropoyetina en pacientes del MSP en dialisis cronica by M. Nieves Campistrus Forneiro( )

1 edition published in 1999 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

La C.A.F.N.R. ha suministrado Epo a los pacientes en dialisis cronica dependientes del M.S.P. durante mas de 4 anos. Una comision mixta, (C.A.F.N.R.-S.U.N.) elaboro pautas de indicacion y seguimiento con Epo y establecio controles periodicos del tratamiento. Con los datos enviados por todos los Centros del pais se elaboro un Registro, que analizamos. Entre 6/93 y 6/97 pacientes en DPCA o hemodialisis (HD) recibieron Epo. Los resultados hematologicos son evaluados en 305 pacientes que la recibieron durante 3 meses o mas: 146 mujeres y 159 varones, de 42 anos de edad n 21. Al comenzar con Epo, la poblacion presentaba hematocrito (Hto)= 20,7 por ciento n 2,6 y hemoglobina(Hb) = 6,8g/dln1, habiendo recibido, 2,5 volumenes de globulos/pac. el semestre previo. El tratamiento duro 23 meses n 14 (4 a 60) hasta la suspension de Epo o 6/97, cuando se evidencia Hto=28,3 por ciento n 4,2 y Hb=9,4 g/dl n 1,3. La dosis inicial de Epo fue de 69 UI/Kg/semana n 19, aumentando a 85 UI/Kg/semana n 35 al final del seguimiento, no obstante 44 por ciento de los pacientes mantienen o descienden su dosis inicial. Sideremia y Saturacion de Transferina no se modifican durante el tratamiento, pero la feritina desciende de 452 ug/l (225-770) a 346 ug/l (156-655), p=0,02. Hto/Hb finales no se correlacionaron con las dosis usadas. Existe correlacion inversa entre Sideremia y dosis de Epo luego del 1er. ano de tratamiento (Coef. Spearman = -0,26; p<0,02). Concluimos que la dosis usada es adecuada pero su oportuna modificacion segun respuesta es imprescindible. Los resultados sugieren que la prevencion de la carencia ferrica permitiria mejorar la eficiencia de un tratamiento tan costoso como la Epo(AU)
 
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