Translation of provenance in Spanish:


procedencia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈprɑvənəns//ˈprɒv(ə)nəns/



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    procedencia feminine
    • Furniture and other possessions that survive with long and reliable provenances may still elude adequate identification of the earliest circumstances of ownership.
    • Since Pallucchini's researches into the known history and provenance of the Modena triptych turned up only references to its existence in north Italy, he concluded it was a work done during El Greco's period in Venice.
    • Looking hack to the 1930s, she wrote in 1954 that she and other dealers and collectors had not been as rigorous as they might have been about recording provenances.
    • Nevertheless, chairs with reliable provenances linking them to old Delaware families do survive, and attention to the histories and the design of these chairs yield a core of furniture that may reasonably be called Delaware-made.
    • It should also be noted that there are no contact-period materials from the Johnson site and that the only historic materials recovered date to the nineteenth century and did not occur in the provenances associated with the figurines.
    • In the menus, which are available in English and Bulgarian, their provenance is explained, along with some Mussel Lore for those in need of a little reading matter while waiting for their dishes to arrive.
    • Bemused, she enquired about their provenance - history - only to be told that they had come from St Andrews.
    • He sets out to establish a solid stylistic chronology, relying heavily on dated objects or those with invincible provenances, tradesmen's bills, and house inventories.
    • My assignment: ‘Write about the provenance or historical origin of your favorite food or dish.’
    • The following items include a complete description of each relic, it's historical significance, exhibition history, and provenance.
    • In a flurry of Internet activity that seemed timed to coincide with a government hearing, five major American museums posted information in mid-April on works in their collections with questionable WWII-era provenances.
    • The Stenton chairs are rich both in reliable provenances - established several generations ago - and in eighteenth-century bills, inventories, and other written references.
    • This article draws together the archival and historical references to this remarkable set of royal furniture, seeking to address all the issues relevant to its origins, provenance, use and display.
    • Entries convey the vagaries of composition, the media in which the verses were preserved, and any relevant information concerning their provenance, disposition, and genre.
    • Data from gamma ray spectrometry can provide useful information on sediment provenance and environmental conditions.
    • False provenances and certificates of authenticity are favorite tools of cheats and should never be accepted blindly.
    • In order to compare the differences between the provenances at different times, the original data was pooled into three groups: southern, intermediate and northern, with two provenances in each.
    • Raw materials of good provenance, sourced locally wherever possible, are the sine qua non of any healthy, thriving food culture.
    • An archival collection is a group of items that have a shared history and provenance.
    • The catalogue conscientiously lists provenances, literature and exhibitions.
    • He added: ‘We did not find direct evidence that consumers were being ripped off, but the problem with unhallmarked items is that their provenance is uncertain.’
    • Prospective buyers can't view the car before making a pitch, but full documentation proving the car's provenance and service history are promised.
    • When I was a student of art history, I spent my days doggedly tracking down art objects, provenances and sources, historical and contemporary influences, stylistic affinities and social contexts, readings and interpretations.
    • But the rarity, provenance, history and physical condition of the print all play their part.
    • Scriptures of different provenance and the information derived from them are related to one another and connected together.
    • Expert knowledge is needed to value goods, confirm their provenance and determine their future worth.
    • Pointing at a text's historical and political provenance and ideological bias may not increase the pleasure of reading.
    • The latter had a knack for persuading descendants of Chinese nobles to part with their inherited treasures, including rare paintings and porcelains with imperial provenances.
    • The provenances of his so-called ‘Contarini ceiling’ and gilt leather, supposedly from the same palazzo, are similarly confused.
    • Because the blocks themselves are so glorious the signatures are almost insignificant, until that is, one begins to look at the history or provenance of the quilt.
    • Drewe was a master himself in creating provenances for the newly minted works, which he then sold to members of the art establishment.
    • I wish them better luck than I had in determining the absolute provenance of its information and wording.
    • Neither dates nor provenances can convincingly explain the development of these distinct artistic languages within the Jewish art of the Iberian Peninsula.
    • The provenances of documented pieces clearly indicate that painted furniture was not made for the lower classes, as was traditionally believed, but for members of the middle and upper classes.
    • Whatever the historical provenance of the Cumberland sausage, it soon became a well established feature on the household menu in Cumbria.
    • Most had, understandably assumed that Jacobite glass objects had solid provenances and that those who had written on the subject had done so after having done their research.
    • Duanfang's foresight in publishing his collection allows us to reconstruct provenances for hundreds of objects in collections around the world.
    • One leaf was collected from short shoots of three trees per each of clone, provenance or origin at stages 1, 3 and 5 of leaf development.
    • It was also during the years of World War II that Marjorie Post acquired two icons with imperial provenances.
    • Therefore, the precise provenances and functions of the two Doric capitals found in this building (parts of colonnades, supports for benches, or material for the lime kiln?) must remain indeterminate.