putto
noun (plural putti) Etymology: Italian, literally, boy, from Vulgar Latin *puttus, alteration of Latin putus; akin to Latin puer boy — more at puerile Date: 1644 a figure of an infant boy especially in European art of the Renaissance — usually used in plural

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  • putto — putto …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • Putto — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Detalle de la Cámara de los Esposos del Palacio Ducal de Mantua (Andrea Mantegna) Los putti (plural de putto en italiano) son motivos ornamentales consistentes en figuras de niños, frecuentemente desnudos y alados,… …   Wikipedia Español

  • putto — PÚTTO s. (ARTE PLAST.) amoraş. Trimis de siveco, 30.11.2006. Sursa: Sinonime  PÚTTO s.n. (Arte) Denumire în sculptura şi pictura italiană pentru motivul plastic al copilului Amor; amoraş. ♦ Denumire dată figurilor de îngeraşi care apar frecvent… …   Dicționar Român

  • putto — plur. putti [ puto, puti ] n. m. • attesté XXe (1644 en angl.); mot it. ♦ Didact. (Arts) Jeune garçon nu représentant l Amour, dans la peinture italienne. ⇒ amour (I). ● putto, putti ou puttos nom masculin ( …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • putto — s.m. [lat. pŭtus, puttus fanciullo , affine a puer e a pusus ]. (artist.) [figura di bambino, solitamente nudo, dipinta o scolpita: p. alati, danzanti ] ▶◀ amorino, angioletto, cherubino, cupido …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • putto — (izg. pȕto) m DEFINICIJA lik. u kiparstvu i slikarstvu, lik nagog ili lako odjevenog dječarca, krilatog ili bez krila; amoret ETIMOLOGIJA tal. ← lat. putus …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • putto — ► NOUN (pl. putti) ▪ a representation of a naked child, especially a cherub or a cupid in Renaissance art. ORIGIN Italian, boy …   English terms dictionary

  • putto — [po͞o′tō] n. pl. putti [po͞ot′tē] [It < L putus, var. of pusus, boy; akin to puer: see POULTRY] a figure of a plump, young, male angel or cupid, as in baroque art …   English World dictionary

  • Putto — The putto (pl. putti) is a figure of a pudgy human baby, almost always male, often naked and having wings, found especially in Italian Renaissance art. The figure derives from Ancient art but was rediscovered in the early Quattrocento. These… …   Wikipedia

  • Putto — Détail, Andrea Mantegna. Putto (putti au pluriel) est un terme architectural italien désignant sur une façade la statue d un nourrisson joufflu et moqueur. Il s agit presque toujours d un garçon et parfois d un ange. Les putti peuvent se trouver… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Putto — Pụt|to 〈m.; s, Pụt|ti od. Pụt|ten; Mal., bildende Kunst〉 Kindergestalt, kleine, leicht dickliche Engelsfigur; →a. Amorette [<ital. putto „Knäblein“ <lat. putus „Knabe“] * * * Pụt|to: ↑ Putte. * * * Pụtto   [italienisch »Knäblein«, von… …   Universal-Lexikon

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