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Polygraph (disambiguation)

A polygraph is a forensic instrument. Polygraph may also refer to: A painted reproduction created by the Polygraphic Society in London in the 1700s, by a process also known as "pollaplasiasmos" Autopen, an automatic signing instrument Polygraph m ...

                                               

Anne Donnellan

Anne Donnellan was an Irish promoter of literature, learning, and the arts, and literary critic. She has been referred to as an Irish "proto Bluestocking."

                                               

Tsuitate

A tsuitate is a form of single-panel portable partition traditionally used in Japan since at least the 6th century. They may be made of wood, or a wood frame covered in paper or silk cloth. The panels are often illustrated, with paintings on both ...

                                               

Henry Payne

Henry Payne may refer to: Henry Payne MP, member of parliament for Wallingford Henry B. Payne 1810–1896, congressman and senator from Ohio Henry Clay Payne 1843–1904, U.S. Postmaster Henry Nevil Payne died c. 1710, British dramatist and Roman Cat ...

                                               

Gian Paolo Peloso

Gian Paolo Peloso is an Italian violinist and conductor. He plays a 1710 Matteo Goffriller violin. He is currently a faculty member at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.

                                               

Bermuda (disambiguation)

Bermuda, Islands of Bermuda, or The Somers Isles is an Atlantic archipelago, British Overseas Territory, and a former part of Virginia. Bermuda may also refer to:

                                               

Fountain House (Saint Petersburg)

The Fountain House is a palace in Russia built by the Sheremetev family, named after the nearby Fontanka river. Since its erection in 1712 the building was reconstructed several times by famous architects G. Dmitryev, Savva Chevakinsky, Fyodor Ar ...

                                               

Abraham Darby

Abraham Darby IV 1804–1878, High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire, a great nephew of the third Abraham Darby Abraham Darby II 1711–1763 the second notable Abraham Darby, son of the first Abraham Darby I 1678–1717 the first of several men of that name i ...

                                               

Isabella Howard, Countess of Carlisle

Isabella Howard, Countess of Carlisle, was a British aristocrat, writer, and traveller. On marrying in 1743 she became the Countess of Carlisle, and following her husbands death was styled the Dowager Countess of Carlisle.

                                               

Maria A. Chalon

Maria Ann Chalon was a British painter of miniatures. She was Portrait Paintress to his Royal Highness, the Duke of York, and is considered one of the most talented and successful female British miniaturists of the early nineteenth century.

                                               

San Antonio Municipal Archives

The San Antonio Municipal Archives are the official archives of the city of San Antonio. They are a division of the Office of the City Clerk. The mission of the archives is to arrange, describe, preserve, and provide access to archival materials ...

                                               

Joan Ross

Joan Ross is an Australian artist based in Sydney who works across a range of mediums including drawing, painting, installations, sculpture and video. Her work investigates the legacy of colonialism in Australia, particularly the effects colonial ...

                                               

Colburn

Warren Colburn 1793–1833, educator Lawrence Colburn 1949–2016, US soldier, interventionist in the My Lai Massacre John F. Colburn 1859–1920, Hawaiian politician Zerah Colburn locomotive designer 1832–1870 Richard F. Colburn born 1950, American po ...

                                               

Jackson College (disambiguation)

Jackson College is a college in Jackson, Michigan. Jackson College may also refer to: Jackson Junior College, a college for Negroes in Marianna, Florida, 1961-1965 Jackson State Community College, Tennessee Sheldon Jackson College, Alaska, active ...

                                               

Peter Marzio

Peter Marzio was the former director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston for nearly 30 years. He was the author of three books and oversaw major changes to the museum.

                                               

Patrick Healy

Patrick Healy, Pat Healy, Patrick Healey or Pat Healey may refer to: Patrick Francis Healy 1830–1910, African American Jesuit and President of Georgetown University Pat Healey born 1985, American soccer player Felix Healy Patrick Joseph Healy, bo ...

                                               

La Japonaise (painting)

La Japonaise is a 1876 painting by Claude Monet, now in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The full-length portrait depicts a European woman in a kimono standing in front of a wall covered in Japanese fans. Paintings of European women in Japanese c ...

                                               

Thomas Dixon

Thomas Dixon may refer to: Thomas Dixon South African cricketer 1847–1915 Thomas Sidney Dixon 1916–1993, involved in the Max Stuart case, a trial for murder in Australia Sir Thomas Dixon, 2nd Baronet 1868–1950, Northern Ireland politician Thomas ...

                                               

Nora Kate Weston

Nora Kate Weston, also known as "Chips" Weston, was an Australian cabinet-maker who taught woodcarving, carpentry and leatherwork. She was influential in the arts and crafts movement in Australia.

                                               

Endeavour Yacht Corporation

The Endeavour Yacht Corporation was an American boat builder based in Largo, Florida. Founded in 1974 by John Brooks and Rob Valdes, the company specialized in the design and manufacture of fiberglass sailboats. The company went out of business i ...

                                               

Quadrangle (architecture firm)

Quadrangle is a Canadian architecture, master planning and interior design firm based in Toronto, Canada. Quadrangles work is mainly in the Greater Toronto Area and Southern Ontario, with some national and international work. In 2020, Quadrangle ...

                                               

University of Washington College of Education

The University of Washington College of Education offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees and is one of the top schools of education in the United States. Led by Dean Mia Tuan, the mission of the UW College of Education is to transform ine ...

                                               

Trope

TV Tropes, a wiki for conventions and devices found within creative works Trope music, any of a variety of different things in medieval and modern music Trope literature, a figure of speech or common literary device Trope cinema, a cinematic conv ...

                                               

Ansuya Trivedi

Ansuya Trivedi was Gujarati critic, editor and researcher from Gujarat state of India. She studied and later taught Gujarati language and literature in various colleges in Mumbai. With her husband Bhupendra Trivedi, she coedited and researched se ...

                                               

Cyrano de Bergerac (Tamberg)

Cyrano de Bergerac, Op. 45, subtitled A Romantic Opera, is an opera in three acts and an epilogue created in 1974 by Estonian composer Eino Tamberg. The libretto is by Jaan Kross and is based on the 1897 play of Edmond Rostand. The premiere was o ...

                                               

Handsfree (Mya song)

Handsfree is a song recorded by American singer Mya featuring Dancehall recording artist Ding Dong. A "bouncy" riddim song, it was written by songwriter Zan with production courtesy of Jonny Blaze, Stadic, and DJ Perf. As a standalone single, "Ha ...

                                               

Arti

Arti et Amicitiae, a Dutch artists society in Amsterdam Aarti Industries, an Indian company in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India Arti Sacrum, a Dutch artists society located in Rotterdam, Netherlands Arti, an alternative name for the Guilds of Florence

                                               

OfRo

Rohith Abraham, known professionally as ofRo, is an Indian record producer and songwriter. He is most notably recognised for this work with independent artists like ADK, Arivu, Tenma, Roshan Jamrock, Psychomantra, Ben Human and many more. He is t ...

                                               

List of Latin trap musicians

The following is a list of artists who have been categorized as Latin trap: J Alvarez Bryant Myers Ozuna Farruko Maluma Myke Towers Cazzu De La Ghetto Noriel Karol G Paulo Londra Nicky Jam Lunay Bad Bunny Tali Goya Ele A El Dominio Cosculluela Jo ...

                                               

Igor Sinyavin

Igor Sinyavin was a Soviet Nonconformist painter, writer and ideologist of Russian neopaganism and Russian nationalism.His artistic and written work provides insight into Soviet censorship and struggle for artistic independence.

                                               

Sard Underground

Sard Underground is a Japanese musical group under the Giza Studio label. On September 2019, theyve made debut with the cover album Sard Tribute. The name of the band comes from Zard, backwarding alphabet Z into S.

                                               

List of punk rap artists

The following is a list of notable punk rap artists. Chief Keef Travis Scott Nothing,Nowhere Blackie Waka Flocka Flame Kevin Abstract Lil Yachty Lil Pump XXXTENTACION Dead Obies Lil Uzi Vert Ho99o9 Suicideboys Future Rico Nasty 6ix9ine Show Me th ...

                                               

Late Night Tales Presents After Dark: Nocturne

Late Night Present After Dark: Nocturne is a DJ mix album by Bill Brewster for Late Night Tales which is the third from the After Dark spinoff series, released by Night Time Stories on 11 May 2015. Nocturne focuses on obscure and low-tempo electr ...

                                               

List of geek rock artists

Those Darn Accordions 1989-present They Might Be Giants 1982–present Rush 1968–2018 Crash Test Dummies 1988–present Moxy Fruvous 1989–2001 Weird Al Yankovic 1976–present Madness 1976-present The Dead Milkmen 1983–present Talking Heads 1975–1991 P ...

                                               

List of songs recorded by Dua Lipa

Dua Lipa is an English singer-songwriter. She began her music career in 2015 with the release of her debut single "New Love". Lipa herself describes her music as "dark pop" that makes you want to "dance-cry". Critics have also called her a dance- ...

                                               

The Three Graces

The term The Three Graces may refer to: Nymph Central Figure for "The Three Graces", a 20th-century sculpture by Aristide Maillol The Three Graces Cranach, a 16th-century painting by Lucas Cranach the Elder The Three Graces dAntoine Trois Graces, ...

                                               

San Nicolo allArena, Verona

San Nicolo allArena is a Roman Catholic parish church in the historic centre of Verona, Italy dedicated to Saint Nicholas. It is located close to the Arena, a well-preserved 1st century AD Roman amphitheatre. The present Baroque building was cons ...

                                               

Hamiduzzaman Sculpture Park

Hamiduzzaman Sculpture Park is a sculpture park located in Gazipur, Bangladesh. Stretching over 2 acres of land, the park is within a power plant of Summit Group. The park displays sculptures, artworks and mural created by Bangladeshi sculptor Ha ...

                                               

He Art Museum

He Art Museum, located in Shunde, Foshan, Guangdong Province, P.R.C, He Art Museum is a privately funded non-profit museum designed by Pritzker Prize winner Tadao Ando. Meaning harmony, balance and mixture, the museum’s name" He” Chinese: 和 take ...

                                               

Matsumoto Seicho Memorial Museum

The Matsumoto Seicho Memorial Museum is a literature museum in Kitakyushu, Japan. It is dedicated to Seichō Matsumoto, who spent the first half of his life in Kitakyusyu. The museum is located next to Kokura Castle.

                                               

Boro

Boro people, indigenous peoples of Amazonas, Brazil Isaac Adaka Boro, a celebrated Niger Delta nationalist and Nigerian civil war hero A variant spelling for the Bodo people of northeast India Charan Boro, Indian politician Sadun Boro 1928-2015, ...

                                               

Katie West

Katie West is a Yindjibarndi Western Australian interdisciplinary artist, exhibiting multi-sensory installations. Her exhibitions often feature dyed textiles and native plants, sewn and woven. She documents the processes of her work as a form of ...

                                               

Cover

Album cover, the front of the packaging of a commercially released audio recording product A covering, usually - but not necessarily - one that completely closes the object Media covers Housing engineering, an exterior case or enclosure used to p ...

                                               

Ardscoil Mhuire

Ardscoil Mhuire is an Irish voluntary Catholic single-sex girls secondary school situated in Mackney, near Ballinasloe in County Galway. It is under the trusteeship of Catholic Education an Irish Schools Trust.

                                               

Criss-cross

Crisscross 2018 film, a 2018 Indian Bengali-language film directed by Birsa Dasgupta Criss Cross musical, a 1926 musical comedy with music by Jerome Kern Chris Cross TV series, a 1993 UK television comedy series CrissCross film, a 1992 film starr ...

                                               

Spitzer Cross

The Spitzer Cross is an enameled metal crucifix, made c.1190 in Limoges, in France, by an artisan known as the "Master of the Royal Plantagenet Workshop", and now held by the Cleveland Museum of Art. The work is made from copper, engraved and gil ...

                                               

Cross of Honour

Cross of Honour/Honor or Honour/Honor Cross may refer to: Southern Cross of Honor, United Daughters of the Confederacy commemorative medal presented to United Confederate Veterans Civil Defence Cross of Honour, Norwegian medal for civil defence p ...

                                               

Andrew Bridgmont

Andrew Bridgmont is an English actor, playwright and stage director, son of thespian and author Peter Bridgmont. He is primarily known for his theatre work like at the Globe Theatre and appearing in such films as Matthew Vaughns Kingsman: The Sec ...

                                               

Crusoe Kurddal

Crusoe Kurddal was an artist who lived and works in Maningrida, an aboriginal community in central Arnhem Land of the Northern Territory of Australia. Kurddals work is known for its inclusion of Mimih figures, and he inherited the right to paint ...

                                               

The Midpoint

The Midpoint is a 2017 hyperrealist hand-patinated resin sculpture, created by New York contemporary artist Carole Feuerman. The life size three-dimensional artwork represents a young woman wearing a one-piece bathing suit and swim cap after just ...