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Bruno Civitico

Bruno Civitico was an Italian-born American painter, draughtsman and teacher. He is widely considered to be "a major player in the development of Classicism," and "one of the most important artists of the Neoclassical Figurative revival movement."

Ero guro nansensu

Ero guro nansensu is a specific set of cultural trends that arose during the Shōwa era in Japan. Ero guro nansensu is a wasei-eigo word derived from the English words erotic, grotesque, and nonsense.

Marbling

Marbling may refer to: The quality of a surface that has streaks of color, like marble. For example Paper marbling, a method of aqueous surface design in which paper or fabric is decorated with a spotted pattern similar to stone, as well as other ...

Alana collection

The Alana collection is a private collection of paintings, owned by the Chilean economist Alvaro Saieh and his wife Ana Guzman and kept at their residence in Newark, Delaware. The couple have been collecting since the late 1990s, starting with It ...

Firenze Lai

Firenze Lai Ching Yin is an artist, an illustrator, an editorial designer and the co-founder of Hulahoop Gallery of Hong Kong. She is a graduate from the painting program of Hong Kong Art School. Her works frequently depict anonymous figures as s ...

Merritt Johnson

Johnson was born in Baltimore, Maryland. She is a descendant of the Kanienkehaka people, otherwise known as the Mohawk people, the Blackfoot people, and North American settlers. Her love for art began when she was very young when she discovered a ...

Glossary of ancient Roman culture

This page is a glossary of the Culture of ancient Rome. It includes terms used by academics studying Roman history and archaeologists excavating Roman sites.

Kirazuri

Kirazuri 雲母摺り is one of the printing methods in Ukiyoe printmaking using mica powder, or 雲母 kira. When it is used for the background in portraits, and depending on the base color, it is called Shiro-kirazuri white, Kuro-kirazuri literally b ...

Tanjiro Kamado

Tanjiro Kamado is a fictional character in Koyoharu Gotōges manga Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba. Tanjiro is a teenager who goes on a quest to restore the humanity of his sister, Nezuko, who was turned into a demon after his family was killed by ...

List of works published by Kodansha

The following is a list of works published by Kodansha and his subsidiaries, such as mangas published by foreign subsidiaries, books, novels and light novels, and others, listed by release date. Including titles from: Asmik Ace Entertainment 1985 ...

Lists of art awards

Lists of art awards cover some of the notable awards presented for art, some for a specific form or genre, some for artists from one country or region, some more general. The lists are organized by the region of the body issuing the award, althou ...

Indie

Indie design, for handmade products by independent artisans Indie comics, independently published comics Small press, or indie press, a book or magazine publisher whose publications appeal to small, niche audiences, and are typically not distribu ...

List of American television awards

This list of American television awards is an index to articles about notable awards that are or were given by several organizations for contributions in various fields of television in the United States.

Act

ACT Theatre, in Seattle, Washington, US Musical act Act band, a British band Acting, theatrical performance A.C.T, a Swedish band Act drama, a segment of a play or opera Acts, a 2012 album by American band RNDM American Conservatory Theater, in S ...

Yussef El Guindi

Yussef El Guindi is an Egyptian-American playwright. He writes full-length, one-act, and adapted plays on Arab-Muslim experience in the United States. He is best known for his 2005 play Back of the Throat and has been called "the most talented Ar ...

Astrid Janson

Astrid Janson is a Canadian set designer and costume designer. Best known for her work in theatre, she has also designed for television, opera, dance, film and exhibitions. She is the winner of several Dora Mavor Moore Awards, as well as the firs ...

Kwagh-Hir

Kwagh-hir is a multipart culturally edifying art form of the Tiv people of central Nigeria which became popular in the 1960s. It is a dramatic public performance telling moral stories of past and current events, and incorporates puppetry, masquer ...

Open space

Open space may refer to: In architecture, urban planning and conservation ethics: Urban open space, urban areas of protected or conserved land on which development is indefinitely set aside Open space reserve, areas of protected or conserved land ...

Chicanafuturism

The term Chicanafuturism was originated by scholar Catherine S. Ramirez which she introduced in Aztlan: A Journal of Chicano Studies in 2004. The term is a portmanteau of chicana and futurism, inspired by the developing movement of Afrofuturism. ...

Denise Ryner

Denise Ryner is currently the Director and Curator at Or Gallery, Vancouver. Ryner has worked as an independent curator, writer and educator at several galleries, artist- run centers and institutions, across Toronto, Vancouver and Berlin for over ...

New Year Dash!!

New Year Dash!! is a professional wrestling event held annually by New Japan Pro-Wrestling. It is held every year the day after Wrestle Kingdom, starting at Wrestle Kingdom 8.

Outlawed (comics)

Outlawed is a comic book relaunch published by Marvel Comics starting March 2020. This new storyline is set after the events of the one-shot issue Incoming!.

Nib Literary Award

The Nib Literary Award, established in 2002 as The Nib Waverley Library Award for Literature and since 2017 known as Mark and Evette Moran Nib Award for Literature, is an Australian literary award for works in any genre, awarded annually at Waver ...

Resistance literature

Resistance literature is a subset of literary output that is a socio-political activity involved in a struggle against dominant ideologies. Resistance literature shows us the writers fight whether it be gender-based oppression, liberation struggl ...

Loss of books in late antiquity

Much of the cultural heritage of classical antiquity was lost as a consequence of the loss of books in late antiquity, which in the west was the period from the late third to late sixth century CE. A major part of antique Greek and Latin literatu ...

The Hidden Dungeon Only I Can Enter

The Hidden Dungeon Only I Can Enter is a Japanese fantasy light novel series written by Meguru Seto and illustrated by Note Takehana. It began serialization online in January 2017 on the user-generated novel publishing website Shōsetsuka ni Narō. ...

Chrono

chrono- a Greek combining form relating to time "chrono", colloquialism for chronograph in watch and clock collectors language chronometry, science of the measurement of time

History of LGBTQ characters in animated series

Gender has always been a component of animation, with scholars Harry Benshoff and Sean Griffin writing that animation has always "hint at the performative nature of gender." They specifically cite the example of Bugs Bunny wearing a wig and a dre ...

My Dress-Up Darling

My Dress-Up Darling is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Shinichi Fukuda. The series began serialization in Square Enixs Young Gangan in January 2018, and has been compiled into four volumes as of October 2019.

Shachō, Battle no Jikan Desu!

Shachibato! President, Its Time for Battle! is an online free-to-play role-playing game created by Kadokawa, Deluxe Games, and Preapp Partners. It was released in Japan on October 17, 2019 for Android and iOS devices. An anime television series a ...

Takeshi Matsu

Matsu grew up in "a village of around one thousand people in the middle of nowhere" in Japan. He first encountered gay erotic artwork while in high school, after discovering the works of artists Gengoroh Tagame and Jiraiya in the gay mens magazin ...

Shigeru Mizukis Hitler

Shigeru Mizukis Hitler, originally titled Gekiga Hitler, is a manga by Shigeru Mizuki about the life of Adolf Hitler. In 1971 it began serialization in Weekly Manga Sunday. In November 2015, it was published in English by Drawn & Quarterly, trans ...

Bolero (disambiguation)

"Bolero", a 1980s pop song by German singer Fancy "Bolero / Kiss the Baby Sky / Wasurenaide", a 2009 CD single by Tohoshinki "Bolero", a song composed and interpreted by Italian singer Claudio Baglioni "Bolero - A Peacocks Tale", an instrumental ...

Avar

Avar language, the modern Northeast Caucasian language spoken by the Avars of the North Caucasus, Dagestan, Russia Avars Caucasus, a modern Northeast Caucasian-speaking people in the North Caucasus, Dagestan, Russia Avar Khanate, a former country ...

Fergus

Fergus, California, United States, an unincorporated community Fergus County, Montana, United States Fergus, Ontario, Canada Loch Fergus, South Ayrshire, Scotland River Fergus, County Clare, Ireland Lake Fergus, South Island, New Zealand

Peoples House (disambiguation)

Halkevleri meaning "Peoples House", a 20th-century Turkish state sponsored community project Peoples house United Kingdom, a building specification proposed by Harold Macmillan

List of Temporary Speakers and Deputy Speakers of the Peoples Representative Council

This article lists temporary speakers and deputy speakers who lead the meeting of the Peoples Representative Council of the term before the definitive speaker and deputy speaker for the term is elected. According to the tradition, since 1971, the ...

Country (disambiguation)

A country is a geopolitical area–often synonymous with a sovereign state. Country or countries may also refer to: Country identity, a self-concept related to being from a rural area. Rural area, the country or countryside, an area away from towns ...

List of diplomatic missions of the Nordic countries

This is a list of diplomatic missions of the Nordic countries, which consists of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. The countries cooperate closely, and the Helsinki treaty sets the framework for the Nordic cooperation in the Nordic Co ...

SDU

Satellite Data Unit, a part of a satellite telecommunication system for aircraft Service Data Unit, a telecommunications term related to the layered protocol concept

National Socialism (disambiguation)

National Socialism most often refers to Nazism, the ideology of the Nazi Party which existed in Germany between 1920 and 1945 and ruled the country from 1933 to 1945. The term was used by a number of unrelated groups before the Nazis, but since t ...

PS Kingston (1821)

Kingston was a paddle-wheel steamer, built in England in 1821. The ship was bought by Danish owners in 1824 and became the first steamship on the route between Copenhagen and Lubeck. In Denmark her name was changed to Prindsesse Wilhelmine, in ho ...

ASB

ASB or asb may refer to: Antisocial behavior Anti-social Behaviour Act 2003, an act of parliament in the United Kingdom, called the ASB law Ashgabat Airport, IATA code ASB Alt.sex.bondage, a Usenet newsgroup Asymbescaline, a psychedelic drug simi ...

Trees in Chinese mythology and cultural symbology

Trees in Chinese mythology and culture tend to range from more-or-less mythological such as the Fusang tree and the Peaches of Immortality cultivated by Xi Wangmu to mythological attributions to such well-known trees, such as the pine, the cypres ...

List of Australian wine grape varieties

Australia has over 160 grape varieties distributed on 146.244 hectares across all six states, South Australia, New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia, Tasmania and Queensland. These activities are concentrated in the southern part of the co ...

Microsoft Research Labs

Microsoft Research Labs are laboratories and research centres set up by Microsoft around the world for researching various computer science topics and issues. Microsoft Research Labs may also refer to: Microsoft Live Labs, an applied research gro ...

Alison R. Fout

Alison R. Fout is an American inorganic chemist at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where she holds the rank of associate professor. She has contributed to the discovery of new catalysts with NHC ligands. She discovered a family of ...

Postsocialism

Postsocialism is the academic study of states after the fall or decline of socialism, especially in Eastern Europe and Asia. The" socialism” in postsocialism is not based on a Marxist conception of socialism but rather, especially in the Eastern ...

Sharon Pardo

Sharon Pardo is an Israeli Professor of International Relations and a Jean Monnet Chair ad personam in European Studies at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

Hunter Monroe

Hunter Monroe is an American economist, serving with the United States Congress Joint Economic Committee, Peterson Institute for International Economics, and International Monetary Fund. He was the IMFs representative to Georgia and Honduras. He ...