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Alfred Taylor

Alfred Taylor is the name of: Alfred Edward Taylor 1869–1945, British idealist philosopher Alfred Taylor comics; see Knockout UK comics Alf Taylor cricketer born 1891, English cricketer Alfred Dundas Taylor 1825–1898, civil architect to the Admir ...

Terrible

Terrible -class ship of the line, a French Navy class during the Napoleonic era French ship Le Terrible, sixteen ships of the French Navy HMS Terrible, eight British Royal Navy ships The Terrible, the ship used by privateer William Death in 1756

Edward Campbell

Edward Campbell may refer to: Edward Campbell politician 1890–1949, Jersey politician Edward Fitzhardinge Campbell 1880–1957, Irish rugby international Sir Edward Campbell, 2nd Baronet 1822–1882, British peer and soldier Edward Campbell rugby lea ...

John Bates

John Bates may refer to: John Bates basketball 1938–2015, American college basketball coach John Bates designer born 1938, English fashion designer John D. Bates born 1946, federal judge appointed by George W. Bush John Bates rector, eighteenth-c ...

Art Smith

Art Smith may refer to: Art Smith, American football player for the 2007 Arizona Rattlers Art Smith actor 1899–1973, film and television supporting actor Art Smith pilot 1890–1926, American pilot Art Smith ice hockey 1906–1962, National Hockey Le ...

Nevermore (Gauguin)

Nevermore is an 1897 painting in oil on canvas by the French Post-Impressionist artist Paul Gauguin which is in the collection of the Courtauld Institute of Art at Somerset House in the Strand, London. It was executed during the artists second st ...

Cleveland School

Cleveland School may refer to: Cleveland School of the Arts, a public high school in Cleveland, Ohio R.A. Clement School in Cleveland, North Carolina Public schools in Cleveland County, England, see List of schools in Redcar and Cleveland Clevela ...

Hildegarde Read

Hildegarde Egmont Read was a New Zealand Painter. Her work is held in the collection of Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki. Read was born in Stratford, New Zealand in 1892. Read studied at Elam School of Fine Arts, and her contemporaries included ...

Carola Giedion-Welcker

Carola Welcker was born in Cologne in 1893 as the daughter of the banker Carl Welcker 1848–1928 and his American wife Mary Legien 1865–1919. She studied art history in Munich with Heinrich Wolfflin and with Paul Clemen in Bonn, where she received ...

Anthony Cox

Anthony Cox or Tony Cox may refer to: Anthony Cox musician born 1954, American jazz bassist Tony Cox actor born 1958, American actor Tony Cox journalist, American radio and television journalist Tony Cox South African musician born 1954, Zimbabwe ...

School of Art and Design

New England School of Art and Design, Boston, Massachusetts Herron School of Art and Design, Indianapolis, Indiana High School of Art and Design, Manhattan, New York City

Blessed Art Thou (photograph)

Blessed Art Thou is a photograph by Gertrude Kasebier. It was taken probably in 1899. The photograph is an example of the many images Kasabier created of the bond between Mother and Child. The work exemplifies the chiaroscuro and atmospheric qual ...

Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery

The Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery is an on-campus art gallery at the University of Western Australia in Crawley. The Gallery was established in July 1990. The gallery is supported by a "Friends of" organisation. It contains collections including th ...

Hervey Libbert

Hervey Libbert was an American art director. He was employed by Tiffany Pictures in the late silent and early sound era on films such as Lucky Boy and Peacock Alley.

Vevean Oviette

Oviette was born on 31 March 1902 in Graz, Austria. In 1936 she moved to New York City where she studied at the Art Students League of New York and the Franklin School of Fine and Applied Arts, the New School for Social Research, and Atelier 17. ...

Thomas Brownell Eldred

Eldred was born on February 19, 1903 in Climax, Michigan. He served for a time with the Merchant Marines. He attended the Kalamazoo College, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Art Students League of New York, and Atelier 17. His teac ...

Hinehauone Coralie Cook

She began art training in 1925. She received art lessons from Miss Beard of Masterton. She traveled to Paris, France, and then to London, UK.

High School of Music and Art

High School of Music and Art may refer to: High School of Performing Arts, New York school founded in 1948. Inspiration for the 1980 film Fame, it merged in 1984 into the Fiorello school The High School of Music and Art, New York alternative scho ...

Ruth Penington

Ruth Penington was an American artist, jeweler and activist for the arts. Penington was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado and grew up in Seattle. She received an undergraduate degree from the University of Washington in the 1920s, followed by a ...

The Eternal Jew

The Eternal Jew may refer to The Eternal Jew 1940 film, an antisemitic Nazi propaganda film directed by Fritz Hippler The Eternal Jew book, a 1937 antisemitic book published by the Nazi Partys publishing house The Wandering Jew 1933 film, a Yiddi ...

A.B.S. Sprigge

Miss Sprigge was born in London and, throughout 1926 and 1927, studied at the Royal College of Art where her tutors included Henry Moore. During the 1930s she produced sculptures in marble, stone and wood and had pieces exhibited at major London ...

Mildred Rackley

Mildred Rackley was an American artist known for her printmaking. She is also known for her work in medical services in Spain during the Spanish Civil War.

Museo Civico di Rieti

The Museo Civico di Rieti is the town art and archeology museum located in the Palazzo Communale or former town hall of Rieti in the region of the Lazio, Italy. The painting and art section is locted at Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II #1, and the arc ...

VDB

The rare "VDB penny" 1909 one-cent coin bearing Brenners initials Victor David Brenner, designer of a U.S. one-cent coin Frank Vandenbroucke cyclist Alexander Van der Bellen, Austrian politician and economist Paul Vanden Boeynants, Belgian prime ...

Karl Schrag

Karl Schrag was an American printmaker and educator. He has been characterized by the National Gallery of Art as "among the most important printmakers in America during the 1950s".

Sentimental Music

Doves work has significant musical influence. He was interested in music contemporary to his time, in particular jazz improvisation and the work of Igor Stravinsky. It is a product of Doves interest in synesthesia. He and his friend Georgia OKeef ...

Dyreda Art Film Corporation

Dyreda Art Film Corporation, also known as Dyreda Films, was a silent film production company in the U.S. Its productions included films about the World War I. It was bought out by B. A. Rolfe in 1915. Dyreda was formed by Frank L. Dyer, J. Searl ...

Blond Girl with a Rose

Blond Girl with a Rose is an oil painting executed in 1915–1917 by Pierre-Auguste Renoir and held in the collection of the Musee de lOrangerie, Paris. The painting portrays Renoirs last model, the teenaged Catherine Hessling, who featured in seve ...

Graft

Graft or grafting may refer to: Graft, Netherlands, a village in the municipality of Graft-De Rijp Grafting knitting, the joining of two knitted fabrics Graft politics, a form of political corruption Graft architects, an architecture firm

Andre Racz

Racz was born November 21, 1916 in Cluj, Romania. He attended the University of Bucharest graduating in 1935. In 1939 he came to New York City as part of the Romanian Art Commission to the New York Worlds Fair. He remained in New York where he st ...

Leonard Edmondson

Edmondson was born on June 21, 1916 in Sacramento, California. He attended the Los Angeles City College and then the University of California, Berkeley where he earned both his B.A. and M.A. He went on to serve in the Military Intelligence Corps ...

Innocent (1918 film)

Innocent is a 1918 American silent drama film directed by George Fitzmaurice and starring Fannie Ward, John Miltern and Armand Kaliz. The films sets were designed by the art director William Cameron Menzies.

Anne Wienholt

Wienholt was born in Leura, New South Wales on 10 April 1920. She attended East Sydney Technical College from 1938 through 1941 where she was taught by William Dobell and Frank Medworth. In the early 1940s Wienholt exhibited at the Macquarie Gall ...

Ruth Cyril

She was born Ruth Goldfarb on 1920 in New York City. Her date of birth is reported variously as 1920 or 1938, likely as a result of her name change to Cyril. She studied at Greenwich House Art School, the School of Contemporary Art, New York Univ ...

Carol Rudyard

Carol Rudyard is an English-Australian visual artist, known for her audio-video art installations. She was nominated a Western Australian Living Treasure in 2004. Her works are held in the National Gallery of Australia, the Art Gallery of New Sou ...

Francine Felsenthal

Felsenthal was born in 1922 in Chicago, Illinois. She attended the Art Institute of Chicago. She was a classmate and friend of the painter Joan Mitchell. Felsenthal trained at the Atelier 17. Felsenthal was included in the 1947 Dallas Museum of F ...

Shigeru Izumi

Shigeru Izumi was born in 1922 in Osaka, Japan. He attended the Nakanoshima School of Western Art, and the Osaka City Kogei School Osaka City School of Applied Arts, graduating in 1939. In 1951 he established the Osaka demokurato bijutsu kyokai D ...

Mihajlo Petrov

Mihajlo S. Petrov was a Serbian avant-garde painter, graphic artist, illustrator, etcher, and art critic.

Karoly Grosz (illustrator)

Karoly Grosz was a Hungarian–American illustrator of Classical Hollywood–era film posters. As art director at Universal Pictures for the bulk of the 1930s, Grosz oversaw the companys advertising campaigns and contributed hundreds of his own illus ...

John Gorton Building

The John Gorton Building is a heritage listed government office located in the Parliamentary Triangle in Canberra, Australia. The building was first planned 1924, with construction breaking ground soon after in 1927. However, due to budgetary con ...

Rosemary Madigan

Rosemary Wynnis Madigan was an Australian sculptor, stonecarver and woodcarver who focused on the human figure. Born in Glenelg to the geologist Cecil Madigan, she decided on a career as a sculptor at the age of 12 and studied in schools in Adela ...

St Margarets Hospital, Auchterarder

St Margarets Hospital is a health facility in Western Road, Auchterarder, Scotland. It is managed by NHS Tayside. It is a Category B listed building.

Name the Woman (1928 film)

Name the Woman is a 1928 American silent drama film directed by Erle C. Kenton and starring Anita Stewart, Huntley Gordon and Gaston Glass. The films sets were designed by the art director Joseph C. Wright. The studioss 1934 sound film of the sam ...

Carmel Art Association

The Carmel Art Association is a non-profit art association and gallery located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California. The CAA is Carmels oldest gallery. It features the work of many local artists living on the Monterey Peninsula. Many of its members w ...

São Schlumberger

Maria "São" Schlumberger, was a Portuguese-born American fashion and art patron and collector, and the second wife of Pierre Schlumberger.

Robert d’Arista

dArista was born in New York City in 1929. He studied at the Art Students League of New York, New York University, and Columbia University. He received a Fulbright Grant/Fellowship to study painting in Italy. He taught at American University in W ...

The Unknown Singer (1931 film)

The Unknown Singer is a 1931 French drama film directed by Viktor Tourjansky and starring Lucien Muratore, Simone Cerdan and Jim Gerald. The films sets were designed by the art director Serge Pimenoff.

Ripening Youth (1933 film)

Ripening Youth is a 1933 German drama film directed by Carl Froelich and starring Heinrich George, Peter VoS and Hertha Thiele. The films sets were designed by the art directors Karl Machus, Otto Moldenhauer and Franz Schroedter. Location shootin ...

Pratt Graphic Art Center

The Pratt Graphic Art Center also called the Pratt Graphics Center was a print workshop and gallery in New York. The Center grew out of Margaret Lowengrunds Contemporaries Graphic Art Centre. In 1956 Fritz Eichenberg became the Centers director, ...

Stradivari (1935 film)

Stradivari is a 1935 German drama film directed by Geza von Bolvary and starring Gustav Frohlich, Sybille Schmitz and Harald Paulsen. The films sets were designed by the art director Emil Hasler. It was shot at the Johannisthal Studios in Berlin. ...