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Definition of Carpaccio
1. [n -CIOS]
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Literary usage of Carpaccio
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1. The Quarterly Review by William Gifford, George Walter Prothero, John Gibson Lockhart, John Murray, Whitwell Elwin, John Taylor Coleridge, Rowland Edmund Prothero Ernle, William Macpherson, William Smith (1908)
"Life and Works of Vittorio carpaccio. By the late Prof. ... An artist preeminently fitted for this purpose is carpaccio, and he found in the late Dr Ludwig ..."
2. Cyclopedia of Painters and Paintings edited by John Denison Champlin, Charles Callahan Perkins (1887)
"It is conjectured that carpaccio went to Constantinople with Gentile Bellini in 1479, and it is clear that the great painter's influence developed his style ..."
3. Art and Common Sense by Royal Cortissoz (1913)
"carpaccio, born in the middle of the fifteenth century, touches hands, so to say, on one side with the tradition of the Venetian primitives, ..."
4. Great Pictures as Seen and Described by Famous Writers by Esther Singleton (1907)
"URSULA (carpaccio) JOHN RUSKIN IN the year 1869, just before leaving Venice I had ... carpaccio has taken much pains to explain to us, as far as he can, ..."
5. History of Painting by Karl Woermann (1885)
"Of these the most remarkable was Vittore carpaccio ... In tone carpaccio is deep and rich, but falls short of the tender transparency which distinguishes ..."