Thesaurus / lotto
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In the end he begins to attitudinise and to display those artificial graces which were presently accentuated by Lotto.

The Venetian School of PaintingEvelyn March Phillipps

His colours show a brilliancy and depth acquired by studying Titian; and then, again, his bright tints remind us of Lotto.

The Venetian School of PaintingEvelyn March Phillipps

The wooden balls, like those of the Lotto, appear to have been hollow, and to have contained the ticket or written order.

One is called the Italian or Genoese lotto, or merely the lotto; the other is the common lottery well known in England.

Why, I am anything but a spring chicken, yet Lotto was an old game when I was young.

CampingAlexandra G. Lockwine

Lotto led a wandering life, which took him much away from Venice; hence his pictures are comparatively little known.

This is a game similar to the "lotto" we used to play as children.

In my young days a game of lotto was introduced in the clubs.

Lipinski, Wieniawski, and Lotto were all educated in the Paris school.

The ViolinGeorge Hart

He has not the sensitive and subtle search after the motives of humanity which we find in Tintoretto or Lotto.

The Venetian School of PaintingEvelyn March Phillipps

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