Bolognese school
Bolognese Bo*lo`gnese", a. Of or pertaining to Bologna. -- n. A native of Bologna. [1913 Webster]

{Bolognese school} (Paint.), a school of painting founded by the Carracci, otherwise called the Lombard or Eclectic school, the object of which was to unite the excellences of the preceding schools. [1913 Webster]


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