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We learn that a cardinal was the likely patron for at least one of these sexually charged images.
17, 2014), the document appeared 10th on Google's first page of search results when I searched "the hilltop news lagrange college," which is a more likely patron search string.
She identifies William Beauchamp--younger brother of Thomas Beauchamp, twelfth Earl of Warwick--as the most likely patron.
I am setting up a sideline that might be useful and someone suggested him as a likely patron.
The patron of this Judith Slaying Holofernes is not known, although the "exceptional quality" leads Straussman-Pflanzer to suggest that "Cosimo II remains the most likely patron or intended recipient of the work.
While spirituality shelves will be the most likely patrons of this book, any collection strong in writer's guides shouldn't leave it out: it's an inspirational winner.
He said that the more librarians can do to bring people and things into close proximity, the more likely patrons will be to interact with them.
Alden connects the bourgeois Fumee family to the Laborde chansonnier and suggests the bourgeoisie and lower nobility as the most likely patrons of chansonniers.
Though no patrons are known, Weber am Bach interprets these pictures inferentially by positioning them in multiple contexts: the artist's return to Strasbourg from 1517/18 until his death in 1545, the social class and Humanist interests of his likely patrons, the events of the Reformation in Strasbourg, and the attitudes of Protestant theologians towards the Virgin and her representation.
The young witches in Francken's painting bear a generalized resemblance to the daughters and sisters of his likely patrons, so their seduction into witchcraft by women of lower social classes was especially alarming.