Some articles on traveled:
... In 1846 he traveled to Istria and upper Italy, and in 1849 to the Middle East ... Here he painted a noteworthy panorama of Jerusalem, and traveled through Egypt, Palestine, and Asia Minor, returning to Munich at the end of 1850 ... In 1856 he traveled to Venice and Milan to study the Old Masters ...
... At age 19, he traveled to Vicenza to paint in the choir of San Jacopo and paint an altarpiece of San Antonio for the church of S ... He then traveled to Venice to work in the studio of Giovanni Carlo Loth ... He then traveled to Bologna to paint in various churches ...
... At the onset of World War II, he traveled with the rest of the Mir Yeshiva to Vilna, where they remained for three weeks awaiting visas to travel ... The yeshiva traveled across the Trans-Siberian Railway to Vladivostok in a trip that took over two months ... From there they traveled to Kobe, Japan, where they remained for 7 months before being settled by the Japanese Government in Shanghai, China ...
... He later traveled to Paris and Italy, returning to Germany in 1829 ... He went to Italy again in 1831, and traveled through Paris and England before returning again in 1835 ... From 1850 to 1853 he traveled to France and Spain ...
... In 1885 he traveled to the East Coast and visited the studios of George Inness and Worthington Whittredge, and in 1888 he traveled to California and visited the ... He traveled to Louisiana in 1890, and to Europe in the summer of 1914 ...
More definitions of "traveled":
- (adj): Traveled over or through; sometimes used as a combining term.
Famous quotes containing the word traveled:
“I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
She is already trampled, that one,
having traveled so far from the heart.
She weighs so little.
She is so light and vulnerable.
She is the dead bee called love.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“My second husband was an American. We traveled all over the world and everywhere we went he would say to people, I am an American. I am an American. They finally shot him in one of those Eastern countries.”
—John Paxton (19111985)