Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for vintage jewelry from The New York Times

The Italian Jewelry Maker Buccellati Celebrates Its 100th Year

The New York Times-May 12, 2019
... for what it calls a Vintage Collection, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the ... The jewelry house became known for its signature traforato, or pierced, gold ...
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You Need to See This Antique Jewelry Exhibit ASAP

JCK-Nov. 5, 2019
Because “Deceptively Modern Jewelry: 1940s–1980” goes back in the vault on Nov. 15. Hosted by the esteemed antique and estate jewelry A La Vieille Russie ...
Story image for vintage jewelry from Forbes

Valentine's Day Gift Guide: The Best Heart Motif Jewelry ...

Forbes-Feb. 1, 2019
Antique jewelry enthusiasts embrace the iconic heart symbol in different shapes and motifs when seen in period pieces and when they learn the various ...
Story image for vintage jewelry from Vogue.com

A La Vieille Russie Hosted a Glittering Cocktail Party to ...

Vogue.com-Oct. 31, 2019
Of the fine jewelry baubles on display—exquisite post-war vintage wares from Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, and many more—Peter Schaffer, director of ALVR, ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Aksenov starts from the analysis of musical
composition. "A large musical composition (purely temporary) seems
to the uninitiated consisting of a large number of elements, it is difficult
accountable. Thematic analysis reduces this variety to a number of
the main and the side, which is not so great. In addition, the part
the other is derived from or dependent on them" (ibid.
P. 82). Here important for us that the equivalence of the verbal and non-verbal
text. Feature of the drama, he believes that the theme of different tones can
sound simultaneously (comedian and tragedian) without creating a single tone.
Very important is the study of the generation of the text on a number of parallel
communication channels, which occurs in the case of the theatre. For example,
A. Gvozdev considers the fundamental error of the last identification
theatre and drama (A. A. Gvozdev Results and tasks of scientific history theatre
// Problems and methods of studying the arts. -- P., 1924). As a General philosophy
objectivity is a direction permeates many studies. But the most
article A. Gvozdev Bulgarian researcher joana
Spasova-Dikova says about the program's future
theatre-semiotic approach (Spasova-Dikova Th. For semioticist
izuchavane on Teatralna history (Single retrospective pogled in bytedata) //
Homo Balcanicus. Snakebot and cultural identity. Sofia, 1994).
The difficulty of working istorica theatre A. Gvozdev sees that
unlike the art historian, who can study the material in the Museum
first is "to recreate the object of his research first
than to study its historical evolution" (Gvozdev, A. A., op. CIT. Op.
P. 86). It becomes important to include consideration of such concepts as
the imagination of the audience: "the nature of production depends on
the imagination of the audience, from their ability to complement the fantasy that they
see on stage. It is also clear that in different eras and countries skills
visual perception is very different" (ibid. P. 95). Further
the conclusion: "the study should rely in the future on a specified
a feature of the imagination of the audience, i.e., in other words, the analysis of imagination
the viewer indicates the direction of scientific thought" (ibid.P.96).
Often A. Gvozdev in his analysis