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[san-soh-vee-noh; Italian sahn-saw-vee-naw] /ˌsæn soʊˈvi noʊ; Italian ˌsɑn sɔˈvi nɔ/
[ahn-dre-ah] /ɑnˈdrɛ ɑ/ (Show IPA),
(Andrea Contucci) 1460–1529, Italian sculptor and architect.
his pupil, Jacopo
[yah-kaw-paw] /ˈyɑ kɔ pɔ/ (Show IPA),
(Jacopo Tatti) 1486–1570, Italian sculptor and architect. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Nothing of this sort is finer than the monuments by Sansovino, erected in Sta.

    Architecture Thomas Roger Smith
  • Sansovino returned, but was driven away, robbed of all his possessions in the sack of Rome, under the Constable de Bourbon.

    Walks in Rome Augustus J.C. Hare
  • On either side of the choir are three reliefs in bronze by Sansovino.

    Venice and its Story Thomas Okey
  • Rogers quotes Navagiero to the same effect; and Sansovino is more explicit still.

  • The faces in the window look out at the great Sansovino—the splendid pile that is now occupied by the Prefect.

    Italian Hours Henry James
  • This Chronicle is spoken of by Sansovino as “molto particolare e distinta.”

  • The doge's seat, until the fall of the Republic, was on the right of the principal entrance to the choir, as Sansovino says.

    Intarsia and Marquetry F. Hamilton Jackson
  • Sansovino was responsible for the second, and Palladio completed what the other two had begun.

    Cathedral Cities of Italy William Wiehe Collins
  • The lower part follows Sansovino's beautiful work very closely.

    The Strand District Sir Walter Besant
  • Tribolo often begged Sansovino to take him as his pupil, which he did afterwards, and he became a famous sculptor.

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