Diego Velasquez

Standard Name: Velasquez, Diego


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Textual Production Dorothy Bussy
DB , who later became known for translating much of Gide 's fiction, first reached print with her translation of Auguste Bréal 's Velasquez.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
Textual Production Ruth Fainlight
While the Bodleian Library copy is perfect, the copy at the University of Alberta has been misprinted in such a way as to shuffle early pages out of sequence. The title-page, list of contents, two...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Matilda Betham-Edwards
She describes here her journey, with a female friend (actually Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon ), to Spain with the particular purpose of seeing the works of Velasquez , and on to North Africa, in the...


10 March 1914: A suffragist, Mary Richardson, slashed the...

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10 March 1914

A suffragist, Mary Richardson , slashed the Rokeby Venus (the only known female nude by Velasquez , which shows Venus admiring herself in a mirror) in the National Gallery, London.


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