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Richard Meade (disambiguation)

Richard Meade was a British Olympic equestrian gold medalist. Richard Meade may also refer to: Richard Meade, 3rd Earl of Clanwilliam 1795–1879, British ambassador Richard Kidder Meade 1803–1862, Virginia lawyer, plantation owner and politician R ...

                                               

Robert Byron (disambiguation)

Robert Byron may refer to: Robert Byron cricketer 1910–1952, South African cricketer Robert Byron 1905–1941, British travel writer, art critic, and historian, best known for his travelogue The Road to Oxiana Robert Byron Royalist d. 1674, Anglo-I ...

                                               

Basis for Art & Culture

The Basis for Art & Culture is an art school in Herzlia, Israel. The college was founded in 1993 by the sculptor David Zundelovitch, initially as a school of sculpture. In 2000 its management was transferred to a nonprofit organization. It is cur ...

                                               

Robert Benson

Robert Benson may refer to: Robby Benson born 1956, American actor Robin Benson Robert Henry Benson, 1850–1929, English merchant banker, art collector and FA Cup winner Robert Benson barrister 1797–1844, English judge and author Bob Benson Mad Me ...

                                               

Proserpine

Proserpine Saint-Saens, 1887 drame lyrique in 4 acts by Camille Saint-Saens Proserpine Lully, a 1680 opera by Jean-Baptiste Lully Proserpine play, an 1820 play by Mary Shelley and Percy Bysshe Shelley The Garden of Proserpine, a poem by Algernon ...

                                               

Triumph of Love

The triumph of love has been a popular allegory in art since at least the Italian Renaissance. It is especially popular in domestic items such as desci da parto and cassoni. Triumph of Love or The Triumph of Love may also refer to:

                                               

Charles Hope

Charles Hope may refer to: Charles Hope British Army officer 1768–1828, Major General and politician Charles Hope, Lord Granton 1763–1851, Scottish politician and judge Charles Hope, 1st Earl of Hopetoun 1681–1742, Scottish nobleman Charles Hope, ...

                                               

Holy War (disambiguation)

Holy War Saint Josephs–Villanova, college basketball Holy War BYU–Utah, college football Holy War Krakow, Wisla Krakow vs. KS Cracovia, professional football Holy War Boston College–Notre Dame, college football

                                               

James Holloway

James or Jim Holloway may refer to: James L. Holloway III 1922-2019, U.S. Navy admiral, Chief of Naval Operations, 1974–1978 Jim Holloway baseball 1908–1997, Major League Baseball pitcher Jim Holloway artist, artist who worked for TSR in the 1980 ...

                                               

George Reid (disambiguation)

George Macdonald Reid 1907–1969, Canadian sculptor George Reid Scottish artist 1841–1913 George Ogilvy Reid 1851–1928, Scottish landscape and portrait artist George Agnew Reid 1860–1947, Canadian artist

                                               

Leontyne Butler King

Leontyne Butler King was an American businesswoman and clubwoman, based in Los Angeles, California after 1938. She was especially active as a member of the Los Angeles Public Library commission.

                                               

John Ashton

John Ashton musician born 1957, British musician, songwriter and record producer Will Ashton John William Ashton, 1881–1963, British-Australian artist and art director John Ashton composer 1830–1896, Welsh musician John Ashton actor born 1948, Am ...

                                               

John Rich (disambiguation)

John Rich is an American country musician and one-half of the country duo Big and Rich. John Rich may also refer to: John Rich director 1925–2012, American television and film director John Rich war correspondent 1917–2014, war correspondent for ...

                                               

Arthur Young

Sir Arthur Young colonial administrator 1854–1938, Governor of the Straits Settlements Sir Arthur Young, 1st Baronet 1889–1950, Scottish Unionist Party Member of Parliament MP Colonel Sir Arthur Young police officer 1907–1979, Commissioner of the ...

                                               

Prussian Academy

Prussian Academy may refer to: Prussian Military Academy, renamed Staff College, dissolved following World War II Prussian Academy of Arts PreuSische Akademie der Kunste, an art school set up in Berlin in 1694/1696, disbanded in 1955 after the 19 ...

                                               

Porteous

Beilby Porteus, Bishop of Chester and Bishop of London, noted abolitionist 1731–1809 William Porteous, Australian land developer 1945– Hon George Porteous, Lieutenant-Governor of Saskatchewan 1903–77 Captain Patrick Anthony Porteous, Victoria Cro ...

                                               

John Blackwood

John Blackwood may refer to: Sir John Blackwood, 2nd Baronet 1722–1799, Irish politician and baronet John Blackwood footballer, born 1877 1877–1913, Scottish footballer Johnny Blackwood, fictional character in Act of Love John Blackwood publisher ...

                                               

Wigan (surname)

Wigan is a surname, and may refer to: Gareth Wigan 1931–2010, British agent, producer and studio executive Willard Wigan born 1957, English sculptor of microscopic art Alfred Wigan 1814–1878, English actor-manager Horace Wigan 1815–1885, English ...

                                               

Ruhe

Michael Ruhe 1980 German rower at the 2004 Summer Olympics Volker Ruhe 1942 German politician affiliated to the CDU. German Defence minister from April 1, 1992 Barnaby Ruhe American artist Ruhe Māori chief? - 1865 Ngāpuhi iwi tribe in northern Ne ...

                                               

Kitihawa Point du Sable

Kitihawa Point Du Sable was a Potawatomi woman who, with her husband Jean Baptiste, established the first permanent settlement in what is now the city of Chicago. By the late 1700s, Kitihawa and her husband had set up their farm and trading post ...

                                               

Gold Medal Camp Furniture Company

The Gold Medal Camp Furniture Company building is a historic factory complex in Racine, Wisconsin. The three-story brick-walled mill-type was built between 1894 and 1924. The Wisconsin Historical Society describes the complex as "one of the best ...

                                               

Alexander MacFarlane (judge)

Alexander MacFarlane was a mathematician, astronomer, merchant and slave-owner in Kingston, Jamaica. He became a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1747, considered to be an "ingenious and learned mathematician" and "one of the best mathematicians of ...

                                               

The Poor Poet

The Poor Poet is the best known and most popular painting by German painter Carl Spitzweg. It was executed in 1839 and had three versions.

                                               

Mary Edwards (1705–1743)

Mary Edwards of Kensington was an English heiress and art patron who was said to be the richest woman in England. She reportedly married but later tried to remove any evidence of the ceremony. She lived with Lord Anne Hamilton for several years a ...

                                               

John Lowell (disambiguation)

John Lowell, also known as The Old Judge, was a U.S. Federal Judge appointed by George Washington John Lowell is also the name of: John Amory Lowell 1798–1881, businessman and philanthropist John Lowell Gardner II 1837–1898, American businessman, ...

                                               

William French

William French may refer to: William H. French 1815–1881, Union general in the American Civil War Bill French footballer William Thomas Hunter French, 1884–1972, Australian rules footballer William Aden French 1892–1980, American newspaper publis ...

                                               

Kozma Damjanovic

Kozma Damjanovic was a Serbian icon painter of the late Byzantine style living and working in Old Slavonia in the 17th and early 18th century.Damjanovic came from Kostajnica. In the collection of icon painting from that period in the Museum of th ...

                                               

Teatro Colonial

Teatro Colonial is a theater of Buenos Aires located at the corners of Paseo Colon and Belgrano, San Telmo neighborhood. The current building dates from 1945, and was built on the land that belonged to Vicente de Azcuenaga, a wealthy merchant bor ...

                                               

Bob Gould

Bob Gould rugby union 1863–1931, Welsh rugby union player Bobby Gould ice hockey born 1957, Canadian ice hockey player Bobby Gould born 1946, English footballer and manager Bob Gould activist 1937–2011, Australian activist and bookseller

                                               

Charles Holmes (disambiguation)

Charles Holmes was a British painter, art critic and museum director. Charles Holmes may also refer to: Charles H. Holmes 1827–1874, member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New York Charles Holmes Royal Navy officer 1711–1761, British na ...

                                               

Zigzag (disambiguation)

Zig Zag, an educational TV series on BBC Schools Zigzag, a character in The Thief and the Cobbler Zig Zag 2002 film, a film by David S. Goyer A season 6 episode of The Outer Limits Zigzag 1963 film Zig Zag Canadian TV series Zig Zag 1970 film, a ...

                                               

Karl Weber

Karl Weber may refer to: Karl Jakob Weber 1712–1764, Swiss architect and engineer; led first organized excavations at Herculaneum, Pompeii and Stabiae Karl-Heinz Weber 1922–1944, German World War II flying ace Karl Otto Weber 1827–1867, German su ...

                                               

Hilary Harkness

Hilary Harkness is an American painter. Harkness is known for her detailed paintings that employ miniature figures, often in structures. Harkness was born in Detroit, Michigan. She holds a Bachelor of fine arts degree from the University of Calif ...

                                               

Richard Cowley Powles

He was the son of John Diston Powles, and was educated at Helston Grammar School under Derwent Coleridge. There he met Charles Kingsley, a friend for life. Another friend from Helston was Charles Alexander Johns, who gave him instruction as a nat ...

                                               

Enfants Noyes Nature Reserve

The Reserve naturelle des Enfants Noyes, commonly called the Etangs des Enfants Noyes is a nature reserve consisting of three large ponds located in a valley of the Sonian Forest in Brussels. The nature reserve consists of three distinct ponds: T ...

                                               

The Four Seasons

The Four Seasons, originally referring to the traditional seasons of spring, summer, autumn and winter, may refer to:

                                               

Jantar Mantar (disambiguation)

Jantar Mantar is an equinoctial sundial, consisting a gigantic triangular gnomon with the hypotenuse parallel to the Earths axis. Jantar Mantar may also refer to;

                                               

Satyavijaya Tirtha

Shri Satyavijaya Tirtha was an Indian Hindu philosopher, guru, and scholar. He was the successor of Satyapurna Tirtha and the 23th pontiff of Uttaradi Math since Madhvacharya, the chief proponent and the one who rejuvenated this Dvaita philosophy ...

                                               

Arthur Murphy

Arthur Murphy may refer to: Arthur Murphy Idaho politician 1898-1977, American politician from Idaho Arthur P. Murphy 1870–1914, U.S. Representative from Missouri Arthur Murphy writer 1727–1805, pseudonym Charles Ranger, Irish writer Arthur H. Mu ...

                                               

William Elliott

William Elliott actor, born 1879 1879–1932, American stage and film actor Wild Bill Elliott 1904–1965, American film actor sometimes credited as Bill Elliott; birth name Gordon Nance William Elliott actor, born 1934 1934–1983, American stage and ...

                                               

Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli

Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli or Giuseppe Pelli Bencivenni was an Italian civil servant and essayist. Born and dying in Florence, he served as director of the Uffizi Gallery from 1775 to 1793. He was the last member of a Florentine patrician family.

                                               

Mojsije Subotic

Mojsije Subotic was born in Syrmia County and was among the first Serbian painters to be academically-educated in art at Vienna. The complete prevalence of Western orientation in Serbian religious painting in the eighteenth century is, perhaps, b ...

                                               

St. Kolumba, Cologne

St. Kolumba was one of the largest parish churches in medieval Cologne, dating back to 980, and dedicated to Columba of Sens. The original Romanesque church was replaced by a Gothic church. Artworks in it included the Saint Columba Altarpiece by ...

                                               

Viborg Kunsthal

The Viborg Kunsthal located in Sonderso, Viborg, Denmark, presents changing exhibitions with renowned Danish and international artists and has existed since 1994. It has since been one of the leading exhibition venues for contemporary art in Denm ...

                                               

Joseph Wright

Joseph Wright may refer to: Joseph Wright rugby league 1908-1967, English rugby league footballer Joseph Wright illustrator 1947 - 2017, English illustrator and cartoonist Joseph A. Wright 1810–1867, governor of Indiana Joseph Wright rower 1864–1 ...

                                               

Hans Qvist

Qvist was probably born in Copenhagen. He apprenticed as an engraver under Jonas Haas and Odvardt Helmoldt von Lode. Haas sued him for having left his workshop to set up his own without the Royal Art Academys approval but the dispute seems ultima ...

                                               

Kvæsthusgade 5

Kvæsthusgade 5 is a historic property in Kvæsthusgade, a short street between the Nyhavn canal and Sankt Annæ Plads, in central Copenhagen, Denmark. The building is listed in ht Danish registry of protected buildings and places.

                                               

Deane (name)

Charlotte Deane born 1975, British scientist Mary Bathurst Deane 1843–1940, English novelist Roderick Deane born 1941, New Zealand economist, public sector reformer, and businessman John Deane disambiguation, several people Seamus Deane born 1940 ...

                                               

Fleurieu

Australia Fleurieu Peninsula, a peninsula in South Australia Fleurieu zone, a grouping of wine regions in South Australia Fleurieu biogeographic region, a sub-region within the Interim Biogeographic Regionalisation for Australia Fleurieu Group, a ...

                                               

Charles Harrison

Charles Harrison may refer to: Charles Harrison 1999–2006, F1 Racer Charles Harrison Canadian politician 1794–1879, politician in New Brunswick, Canada Charles Harrison musician born 1974, British organist Charles Townsend Harrison 1942–2009, Bri ...