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Thomas Norris

Thomas Norris or Tom Norris may refer to: Thomas Norris fl.1363-1391, MP for Lewes UK Parliament constituency Thomas Norris died 1700, MP for Liverpool UK Parliament constituency Thomas Norris died 1425 died 1424/25, MP for Barnstaple, Totnes and ...

                                               

William Tucker

William Tucker may refer to: William Eldon Tucker 1872–1953, England international rugby union player Bill Tucker rugby union 1903–1991, England international rugby union player William H. Tucker, professor of psychology William F. Tucker 1827–18 ...

                                               

Edward James (disambiguation)

Edward James was a British poet and art patron. Edward James may also refer to: Edward James martyr c. 1557–1588, English Catholic priest and martyr Edward James judge 1757–1841, judge and politician in Nova Scotia Ed James disc jockey born 1976, ...

                                               

Henry Atkins

Henry Atkins may refer to: Henry B. Atkins 1867–1941, member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta Sir Henry Atkins, 4th Baronet of the Atkins baronets Henry Atkins, the fictional US Postmaster General character in Seinfeld in the episode "The J ...

                                               

Gert Louis Lamartine

Gert Louis Lamartine, born under the name Gerhard Ludwig Gustav Lamerdin, was the son of Gustav Lamerdin and Bertha nee Muller, and related to Alphonse de Lamartine. He studied painting at the University of Heidelberg and at the Academy of Fine A ...

                                               

Henry Bromley

Henry Bromley may refer to: H. Thomas Bromley 1853–1924, English lawyer Henry Bromley died 1615 1560–1615, English MP for Plymouth, Worcestershire and Shropshire Henry Bromley writer 1750?–1814?, real name Anthony Wilson, English writer on art He ...

                                               

Entry of James VI into Edinburgh

The Entry of James VI into Edinburgh was a ceremony marking the coming of age of James VI of Scotland as an adult ruler on Friday 19 October 1579. James VI had spent his childhood at Stirling Castle. Now he came to Edinburgh to begin his adult rule.

                                               

Holy Family with Saint Catherine and Saint John the Baptist

Holy Family with Saint Catherine and Saint John the Baptist is an oil on canvas painting by Paolo Veronese, now in the Uffizi in Florence. Its dating is debated, varying between his early period and his late one, the latter influenced by Tintoret ...

                                               

Triumph of Death

Triumph of Death may refer to: A theme common in Western Art, including: Triumph of Death Palermo, detached fresco, 1446 by unknown artist at Palazzo Abatellis, Sicily, Italy The Triumph of Death canvas, 1562 by Pieter Bruegel the Elder at Museo ...

                                               

Andre Gisson

Andre Gisson was an American Impressionist painter. He graduated from the Pratt Institute in New York and was a Captain in the Army during World War II.

                                               

James Hay, 7th Lord Hay of Yester

James Hay, 7th Lord Hay of Yester was a Scottish landowner and courtier. He was a son of William Hay, 5th Lord Hay of Yester and Margaret Ker eldest daughter of Sir John Ker of Ferniehirst. His older brother William Hay, 6th Lord Hay of Yester an ...

                                               

Hattie Longstreet Price

Hattie Longstreet Price was an American artist and illustrator. She is known for her illustrations of childrens books.

                                               

Madonna and Child with Saints (Veronese)

Madonna and Child with Saints or Madonna and Child with Saint Elizabeth, St Catherine and the Infant John the Baptist is a c.1565-1570 oil on canvas painting by Paolo Veronese, now in the Timken Museum of Art in San Diego. John the Baptist is sho ...

                                               

Thomas Boudin

Born into a family of artists active in Paris and its environs, he lived in the parish of Saint Eustache on rue Montorgueil. His father Guillaume Boudin 1567-1614 and his son Barthelemy Boudin were both also sculptors, with the latter named after ...

                                               

Blind Leading the Blind (disambiguation)

The blind leading the blind is an idiom and a metaphor which can be traced back to the Upanishads, and also appears in the Buddhist Pali Canon, Horace and the Bible.

                                               

Saji

Saji may refer to: 8738 Saji, a main-belt asteroid, named after the Japanese Saji Observatory Saji, Tottori, a Japanese village Saji Observatory, an astronomical observatory in Japan

                                               

The Feast in the House of Simon the Pharisee (Veronese, Milan)

The Feast in the House of Simon the Pharisee is an oil on canvas painting by Paolo Veronese, completed in 1570 for San Sebastiano, a Hieronymite monastery in Venice. He also produced a cycle of works for the monastery church, where he was later b ...

                                               

Thomas Best

Thomas Best MP for Lewes fl. 1446/7, MP for Lewes Thomas Best MP for Canterbury c. 1713–1795, MP for Canterbury Thomas Best MP for Ripon 1589–c.1649, MP for Ripon

                                               

Pedro Siochi

Pedro Siochi y Angeles was a Japanese Filipino architect and civil engineer of famous landmarks and structures in the Philippines. He was born in 1886 in Manila, Captaincy General of the Philippines.

                                               

Portrait of Paolo Morigia

Portrait of Paolo Morigia is a 1592–1595 oil on canvas painting by Fede Galizia, painted for the church of San Gerolamo in Milan and donated in 1670 to the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana in the same city, where it still hangs. Fogolari described and dated ...

                                               

St. Martin de Porres (disambiguation)

Martin de Porres is a Peruvian Roman Catholic patron saint of mixed-race people and racial harmony, usually depicted holding a black scapular and capuce in iconography. San, Saint or St. Martin de Porres may also refer to:

                                               

Hotel de Nevers (left bank)

The Hotel de Nevers, later the Hotel de Guenegaud, then the Hotel de Conti, was a French aristocratic townhouse, which was located on the Quai de Nevers, just east of the former Tour de Nesle on the site of the present day Hotel des Monnaies in t ...

                                               

Secret Paths

Secret Path, graphic novel by Gord Downie and Jeff Lemire The Secret Path, book by Paul Brunton Sri Ramana Ashram The Secret Paths of Divine Love, work by mystic Constantine Barbanson 1581–1632 abridged by George Anselm Touchet died 1689

                                               

Woman Cooking

Woman Cooking or The Cook is the modern title given to a circa 1625 oil on canvas genre painting by Bernardo Strozzi, produced in Genoa and still held in the Palazzo Rosso in the city, part of the Strada Nuova Museums. A second autograph version ...

                                               

The Finding of Moses (studio of Veronese, Liverpool)

For other versions of the subject by Veronese and his studio, see The Finding of Moses Veronese. The Finding of Moses is an oil on canvas painting, now in the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool, to which it was formally transferred in 1948 by the Li ...

                                               

Deodat

Deodat or Depdat is a masculine given name. In the French language, it means "God has given", in similar usage to Dieudonne, Matthew, Theodore, Jonathan, and Nathaniel. The name is also found among South Asian communities and their diaspora.

                                               

Iancu

Aurel Iancu born 1928, Romanian economist, member of the Romanian Academy Marius Iancu born 1976, Romanian singer and DJ stage name Morris Ionuț Iancu born 1994, Romanian handballer Marian Iancu born 1965, Romanian businessman, president of oil c ...

                                               

Sukhothai

Sukhothai may refer to: Sukhothai Kingdom, kingdom in Thailand, 1238–1583 Sukhothai Historical Park, the ruins of the city Sukhothai state, vassal state of Khmer empire in XII century. Sukhothai city, historic capital of the kingdom New Sukhothai ...

                                               

Richard Lane

Richard Lane cricketer 1794–1870, English cricketer Dick Lane pool player fl. 1970s, American pool player Dick Lane baseball 1927–2018, American baseball player Dick Lane American football 1927–2002, American football player Richard Lane rugby un ...

                                               

Assumption of the Virgin (Gentileschi)

Assumption of the Virgin or Our Lady of the Assumption is a 1605-1608 oil on canvas painting by Orazio Gentileschi, now in the Turin City Museum of Ancient Art. It was formerly misattributed to Pier Francesco Mazzucchelli. An early work by Gentil ...

                                               

Nisardin

Nisardin fl. 1585–1609, also known as Nasiruddin was an artist who is credited to have painted the earliest dated set of Rajasthani miniature paintings, called Chawand Ragamala. It is uncertain if he belonged to the same family as Sahibdin who is ...

                                               

Saint Anthony Preaching to the Fish

Saint Anthony Preaching to the Fish is a 1580-1585 oil on canvas painting of Anthony of Padua by Paolo Veronese, now in the Galleria Borghese in Rome. Its original location is unknown, though its medium dimensions mean it may have been for the si ...

                                               

Seven deadly sins (disambiguation)

The Seven Deadly Sins of Modern Times, a 1993 painting by Susan Dorothea White The Seven Deadly Sins and the Four Last Things, a 1485 painting by Hieronymus Bosch

                                               

Alex Reid

Alex Reid or Alexander Reid may refer to: Alexandra Reid born 1992, American singer Alexander Reid playwright 1914–1982, Scottish playwright Alexander Walker Reid 1853–1938, New Zealand farmer and inventor Alexander Reid doctor 1586–1643, Charles ...

                                               

Thomas Trevor

Thomas Trevor may refer to: Sir Thomas Trevor, 1st Baronet c. 1612–1676, his son, Member of Parliament for Monmouth and Tregony Thomas Trevor, 1st Baron Trevor 1658–1730, English judge, Attorney General and Chief Justice of Common Pleas Sir Thoma ...

                                               

Elegy (disambiguation)

"Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard", a 1751 poem by Thomas Gray Elegy, the opening poem in Leonard Cohen’s first collection Let Us Compare Mythologies from 1956. Any poem written in elegiac couplets Elegy, a 1586 poem by Chidiock Tichborne El ...

                                               

John Abbott (disambiguation)

John Abbott was Prime Minister of Canada, 1891–1892. John Abbott or Abbot may also refer to: John Abbott Newfoundland politician 1874–1930, Newfoundland politician John Beach Abbott 1854–1935, judge and politician in New York John Lovejoy Abbot 1 ...

                                               

Seguier

Seguier is a French surname. Jean-François Seguier 1703–1784, French astronomer and botanist from Nimes William Seguier 1772–1843, British art dealer, painter, and functionary in the art world. He was the first Keeper of the National Gallery, Lon ...

                                               

William Rice

William Hyde Rice 1846–1924, businessman and politician in Hawaii William Rice MP died 1588, English politician William W. Rice 1826–1896, American statesman, representative from Massachusetts

                                               

Sylvia Bossu

Sylvia Bossu was born in 1962 in Saint-Remy Bourgogne-Franche-Comte. She studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts of Dijon and began her first art exhibitions in this city in 1988. She was the artist in residence at the studios of the American Center ...

                                               

Fairy Queen (disambiguation)

The Fairy Queen Fablehaven, fictional character in Brandon Mulls 2000s Fablehaven series The Faerie Queene, a poem by Edmund Spenser published in two parts, in 1590 and 1596

                                               

Arthur Jackson

Arthur Jackson is the name of: Arthur Two Sheds Jackson, a character in a Monty Python sketch Art Jackson 1915–1971, ice hockey player Arthur Herbert Jackson 1851–1881, English composer Arthur Jackson minister 1593–1666, English clergyman Arthur ...

                                               

Alexander Casteels the Younger

Alexander Casteels the Younger or Alexander Casteels was a Flemish painter, illuminator and draughtsman. He is known for watercolor paintings of interiors of churches and chapels in Antwerp and a scene depicting the Ommegang on the Meir in Antwerp.

                                               

The Sermon on the Sea of Galilee

The Sermon on the Sea of Galilee is a painting by the Flemish painter Jan Breughel the Elder. It was painted in 1597. Its current whereabouts are unknown.

                                               

Marc-Rene de Voyer de Paulmy dArgenson

Marc-Rene de Voyer de Paulmy dArgenson may refer to: Rene de Voyer de Paulmy dArgenson, comte dArgenson 1596–1651, a French diplomat Rene Louis de Voyer de Paulmy dArgenson, marquis dArgenson 1694–1757, a French statesman Marc-Rene de Voyer de Pa ...

                                               

Judith and Holofernes

Judith and Holofernes may refer to: Judith Beheading Holofernes Artemisia Gentileschi, a painting of 1614–20 by Artemisia Gentileschi Judith beheading Holofernes, a Biblical account in the deuterocanonical Book of Judith, often shown in art Judit ...

                                               

The art of the Hungarian people from Dezso Malonyai

The art of the Hungarian people from Dezso Malonyai was a large-scale ethnographic-art-historical work in Hungarian published in the first half of the 20th century.

                                               

Ur-Pabilsag

Ur-Pabilsag was an early ruler of the First Dynasty of Ur in the 26th century BCE. He does not appear in the Sumerian King List, but is known from an inscription fragment found in Ur, bearing the title "Ur-Pabilsag, king of Ur". It has been sugge ...

                                               

Persian Rider

The Persian Rider is an archaic Greek equestrian sculpture, c. 520–500, that once stood on the Akropolis, Athens. Only fragmentary remains survive; the lower torso and legs of the rider and the head, forelegs and chest of the horse. It was found ...

                                               

Louis Hesselin

Louis Hesselin, Seigneur de Conde was a French aristocrat, government official, patron and collector. He held various positions in the royal household and became Intendant of the Menus Plaisirs around 1655.