From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
 [Apr 2007]
Famous natives of Bologna and environs
- Lodovico Carracci (painter, 1555 – 1619)
- Agostino Carracci (painter, 1557 – 1602)
- Pier Paolo Pasolini (writer, poet, director, 1922 - 1975)
- Pupi Avati (director, born 1938)
- Roberto Raviola (fumetti author, born 1939)
In addition to the above natives, the following became associated with Bologna by long-term residence:
- Umberto Eco (writer and academic, born in Alessandria, Piedmont, 1932)
Arts and culture
- A replica of Le Corbusier's L'Esprit Nouveau pavilion of the Paris Exhibtion of 1925 was built in Bologna in 1977.
Anatomy Lecturing at Padua and then at Bologna, he rigged up skeletons of humans and of Barbary macaques, and showed the assembled students how wrong Galen had been ...
Marcantonio Raimondi (1480 - 1527) After studying in Bologna with the goldsmith and painter Francesco Raibolini, called Francia, Raimondi moved to Venice, where he copied Albrecht Dürer's ...
Michelangelo Antonioni (1912 - ) He graduated in economics at Bologna University, he reached Rome in 1940 where he attended specifical studies at Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in ... www.jahsonic.com/Antonioni.html - 4k - Cached - Similar pages - Note this
Bologna, Giovanni or Giambologna, 1524–1608, Flemish sculptor, whose real name was Jean Bologne or Boulogne. Though born in Douai, France, he trained in ...
www.jahsonic.com/2005Jul05.html - 84k - Supplemental Result - Cached - Similar pages - Note this Carlo Rambaldi (1925 - ) Born in Vigarano, Italy; educated at the Academy of Fine Arts of Bologna. Interested in the mechanics of movement since childhood, he became an expert in ...