Niccolò Antinori now, lay dying and died: his most intimate friend from youth, Niccolò Antinori in 1882; his friend Moritz Thausing in 1884; his friend Marco Minghetti in 1886. (101) But the last period of Giovanni Morelli’s life was also full of activity, and also, at least often, full of verve. Because pupils |


Niccolò Antinori meinen Sinn [animo] und verleihen ihm einen erhabenern Begriff der Natur und der Kunst. Glückselig derjenige, dem alles lebendige Idee und nicht mehr blosses Wort und Ueberlieferung ist!« (GM to Niccolò Antinori, 20 April 1842 (Frizzoni 1893, p. XXXVIII); from Rome)) ›How often am I not speaking |


Niccolò Antinori GM to Niccolò Antinori, 20 February 1848 (Agosti 1985, p. 6, note 8; with reference to Mende hunting ducks). (back) 119) GM to Niccolò Antinori, 11 February 1850 (Agosti 1985, p. 23). Proudhon was among those contemporary personalities (with for example also poet Heinrich Stieglitz) that Morelli |


Niccolò Antinori 23 October 1870 (Agosti 1985, p. 37, note 5). (back) 81) Romans being economically immature: Münz 1898, p. 89. (back) 82) Morelli on Munich (in hindsight): GM to Niccolò Antinori, 5 August 1851 (Agosti 1985, p. 24). (back) 83) See chapter Interlude II. (back) 84) Genelli on Rome: BG to GM, 31 July |


Niccolò Antinori now, lay dying and died: his most intimate friend from youth, Niccolò Antinori in 1882; his friend Moritz Thausing in 1884; his friend Marco Minghetti in 1886. (101) But the last period of Giovanni Morelli’s life was also full of activity, and also, at least often, full of verve. Because pupils |


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Niccolò Antinori meinen Sinn [animo] und verleihen ihm einen erhabenern Begriff der Natur und der Kunst. Glückselig derjenige, dem alles lebendige Idee und nicht mehr blosses Wort und Ueberlieferung ist!« (GM to Niccolò Antinori, 20 April 1842 (Frizzoni 1893, p. XXXVIII); from Rome)) ›How often am I not speaking |


Niccolò Antinori GM to Niccolò Antinori, 20 February 1848 (Agosti 1985, p. 6, note 8; with reference to Mende hunting ducks). (back) 119) GM to Niccolò Antinori, 11 February 1850 (Agosti 1985, p. 23). Proudhon was among those contemporary personalities (with for example also poet Heinrich Stieglitz) that Morelli |


Niccolò Antinori 23 October 1870 (Agosti 1985, p. 37, note 5). (back) 81) Romans being economically immature: Münz 1898, p. 89. (back) 82) Morelli on Munich (in hindsight): GM to Niccolò Antinori, 5 August 1851 (Agosti 1985, p. 24). (back) 83) See chapter Interlude II. (back) 84) Genelli on Rome: BG to GM, 31 July |


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Antinori | April | August | Because | Begriff | But | February | Genelli | Giovanni | Glückselig | GM | Heinrich | Idee | II | Interlude | July | Kunst | Marco | Mende | Minghetti | Morelli | Morelli’s | Moritz | Munich | Münz | Natur | Niccolò | October | Proudhon | Romans | Rome | See | Sinn | Stieglitz | Thausing | Ueberlieferung | Wort | XXXVIII |


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