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Cardboard (disambiguation)

White lined chipboard Folding boxboard Binders board Corrugated fiberboard, a combination of paperboards, usually two flat liners and one inner fluted corrugated medium, often used for making corrugated boxes Card stock, heavy paper used for maki ...

                                               

Tourist (disambiguation)

"The Tourist", by Radiohead from OK Computer "Tourist", by Juliana Hatfield from In Exile Deo "Tourist" song, the title song of The Tourists 1979 album "The Tourist", by Gerry Rafferty from Night Owl album

                                               

Sacrifice (disambiguation)

A sacrifice is the practice of offering food, or the lives of animals or people to the gods, as an act of propitiation or worship. Sacrifice may also refer to:

                                               

Nobody

Nobody Nowhere, a 1991 bestselling autobiography with a CD featuring a song of the same name, both by autistic author Donna Williams The Nobody, a graphic novel by Jeff Lemire The Diary of a Nobody, an 1892 English comic novel by George and Weedo ...

                                               

Courier (disambiguation)

Courier, a line of modems, manufactured by USRobotics Courier typeface, a monospaced slab serif typeface or font Courier 1B, telecommunications satellite Microsoft Courier, a prototype tablet computer from Microsoft Courier email client, email cl ...

                                               

Jimmy Wululu

Jimmy Wululu was an Aboriginal Australian artist of the Gupapuyngu language group. He was a major contributor to the Aboriginal Memorial and he was one of the major painters of the 1980s from his language group. He is known for his bark paintings ...

                                               

The Rebel

The Rebel South Korean TV series, 2017 The Rebel 1931 film, a French film directed by Adelqui Migliar The Rebel 1932 film, a German film directed by Edwin H. Knopf, Curtis Bernhardt and Luis Trenker The Rebel 1915 film, directed by J.E. Mathews a ...

                                               

Magdalena Wiecek

Magdalena Wiecek was born in Katowice, a daughter of Karol, a steel worker and Gertruda, a seamstress. In 1945, she moved to a coastal town Sopot to study painting at The State School of Visual Arts, where she met her future husband, Marian Wnuk. ...

                                               

Zina Swanson

Zina Swanson is a New Zealand artist. Her works are held in the Christchurch Art Gallery, University of Canterbury and Hocken Collections. Swanson was born in Christchurch in 1981. She graduated from the University of Canterbury School of Fine Ar ...

                                               

State of the art (disambiguation)

State of the art often refers to the highest level of development of a device, technique, or scientific field, achieved at a particular time. State of the art may also refer to: State of the Art book, a book by American film critic Pauline Kael S ...

                                               

Daddys Girl

Daddys Girl graphic novel, a 1996 graphic novel also about incest by Debbie Drechsler Daddys Girl, novel originally written in 1971 but not published until 1980 because of its incestual content by Charlotte Vale Allen Daddys Girl, a 2007 antholog ...

                                               

Stickmen

Stick Men punk band, an early 1980s new wave band from Philadelphia. Stick Men prog band, a progressive rock band formed in 2007 by members of King Crimson Stickmen With Rayguns, a punk band from Texas.

                                               

Archangel (disambiguation)

"Arkangel" Black Mirror, a season 4 episode Archangel 1990 film, a 1990 Canadian comedy-drama film directed by Guy Maddin Archangel, the code name of Michael Coldsmith Briggs III in the 1980s television series Airwolf The Archangel, a 1969 Italia ...

                                               

The Dark

The Dark, a 1979 film featuring Vivian Blaine and Cathy Lee Crosby The Dark, a 1994 film featuring Jaimz Woolvett "The Dark", a 1937 episode of the radio drama Lights Out, recreated in abbreviated form on the 1962 Arch Oboler album Drop Dead! An ...

                                               

Endless Night

"Endless Nights" song, a 1986 song by Eddie Money Endless Nights album, a 2007 album by Marcos Hernandez "Endless Night", a 1980 song from new wave musician Graham Parker "Endless Night" song, a 1997 song from The Lion King "Endless Nights", a 20 ...

                                               

HIM

Him Walken play, a 1995 play about Elvis Presley written by Christopher Walken Him Cummings play, a 1927 play by E. E. Cummings Him, an alternative name for Adam Warlock in the Marvel Comics universes Him, a 2015 book by Sarina Bowen and Elle Ken ...

                                               

Devils Head

Devils Head or Devils Head may refer to: Places Devils Head summit, a summit in the Rampart Range of central Colorado, United States Devils Head Lookout, a U.S. Forest Service fire lookout tower at Devils Head summit Devils Head, a balancing rock ...

                                               

The Shame (performance art)

The Shame, is a conceptual, critical and process artwork by Abel Azcona. Developed along the West Bank Wall in 2018, in The Shame Azcona installed original fragments of the Berlin Wall along the Israeli wall in the West Bank, which forms part of ...

                                               

Al Mamal Foundation for Contemporary Art

Al Ma’mal Foundation for Contemporary Art is a non-profit arts organization founded in 1998 and based in the Old City. Its programming includes Contemporary art exhibitions, live music, an artist residency program, and workshops.

                                               

Family values (disambiguation)

Family Values novel, a crime novel by K. C. Constantine Family Values comics, a 1997 graphic novel in Frank Millers Sin City series Family Values, a novel by Abha Dawesar Family Values play, a 2020 Australian play by David Williamson

                                               

Debbie Jenkinson

Debbie Jenkinson is an illustrator and comic artist from Dublin, Ireland, who is active in the small-press comic scene. She is the creator of a long-form comic, "Remorse" a story about a young Dubliner who is trapped in a call center job. It was ...

                                               

Cabin Fever

Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever, the sequel to the 2002 horror film Cabin Fever: Patient Zero, the prequel to the 2002 horror film Cabin Fever 2002 film, a 2002 horror film by Eli Roth Cabin Fever 2016 film, the remake to the 2002 horror film Cabin F ...

                                               

Pentagram (disambiguation)

A pentagram is the shape of a five-pointed star drawn with five straight strokes. It should be noticed that pentagrama is Italian, Portuguese or Spanish for "music staff". Pentagram may also refer to: Pentagram esports, a professional esports tea ...

                                               

Fearful Symmetry

Fearful Symmetry is a phrase from William Blakes poem "The Tyger". It has been used as the name of a number of other works:

                                               

Closer

Closers video game, a 2014 MMORPG Closer play, a 1997 play by Patrick Marber

                                               

Chiaroscuro (disambiguation)

Chiaroscuro 2000 AD, a 2000 AD horror comic series Chiaroscuro comics, various comics, including Chiaroscuro: The Private Lives of Leonardo da Vinci, a 1995–1996/2005 Vertigo comic book Chiaroscuro IDW Publishing, a 2000–2005/2007 graphic novel b ...

                                               

Pasquale Russo Maresca

Pasquale Russo Maresca was an Italian painter best known for his work and research focusing on anatomy, especially the composition of the human face. Maresca sought to explore the anatomical features of the face within his paintings by reconstruc ...

                                               

Maries Sculpture

Maries Sculpture is the fifth episode of the sixth season of the American sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, written by Jennifer Crittenden and directed by Randy Suhr. Everybody Loves Raymond follows the life of Newsday sportswriter Ray Barone and h ...

                                               

Ascension

Feast of the Ascension day, an annual day of feast commemorating Jesus ascension; a public holiday in several countries Ascension of Jesus Ascension Cathedral disambiguation The Ascension, another title for the Old English poem Christ II The Asce ...

                                               

.art (domain extension)

The.art TLD was entered into a registry agreement on March 24, 2016, between ICANN and UK Creative Ideas Limited, and it became available to the public on 10 May 2017. The founder of UK Creative Ideas and of.art is London-based investor and art c ...

                                               

BattleTech: 25 Years of Art & Fiction

Shannon Appelcline commented that Catalyst, who were also licensing Shadowrun at the time of its 20th anniversary, and "In the meantime, Battletech also had an anniversary in 2009. Catalyst celebrated that with Battletech: 25 Years of Art & Ficti ...

                                               

Mawalan Marika

Mawalan Marika was an Aboriginal Australian artist and the leader of the Rirratjingu clan of north-east Arnhem Land, Northern Australia. He is known for his bark paintings, carvings and political activism.

                                               

Flora (sculpture)

Wilhelm von Bode, the general manager of the Prussian Art Collections for the Berlin Museum, spotted the bust in a London gallery and purchased it for a few pounds for the Kaiser Friedrich Museum in 1909. Bode was convinced that the bust was by L ...

                                               

Loggia and Odeo Cornaro

The Loggia and Odeo Cornaro are two Renaissance buildings, built in the 16th century for the humanist Alvise Cornaro and hosting theater and music performances, locate in via Cesarotti 37 in Padua, region of Veneto, Italy. They are now part of th ...

                                               

Woodstock Castle (Athy)

Woodstock Castle was built in the early 13th century by Robert de St Michael, a Norman lord who was granted Rheban Castle and the surrounding area by Richard de Clare Strongbow. It is sited near the "ford of Ae" Ath I which gives Athy its name. I ...

                                               

Theodore Augustus Mills

Theodore Augustus Mills was an American sculptor. He is known for sculpting the bust of John C. Calhoun in the United States Senate Vice Presidential Bust Collection.

                                               

Daniel Webster (disambiguation)

Daniel Webster was a 19th-century American politician who served as Secretary of State. Daniel Webster may also refer to: Daniel Webster Gill 1856–1933, Wyoming state senator Daniel Webster Florida politician born 1949, U.S. Representative for Fl ...

                                               

James Thom (sculptor)

James Thom was a Scottish sculptor; his sculptures of characters from Scottish literature were immediately successful.

                                               

Frederick Charles Maisey

Frederick Charles Maisey was a 19th-century English officer, archaeological surveyor and painter, active in India. His main painting technique was pen and ink, and watercolour. He was a Lieutenant in the British Army circa 1850 in the Bengal Nati ...

                                               

Joseph Wheeler (disambiguation)

Joseph Wheeler was a Confederate States Army general. Joseph Wheeler may also refer to: Katsuya Jonouchi, aka Joey Wheeler Joe Wheeler rugby union born 1987, New Zealand rugby union player Joseph Wheeler pirate fl. 1696–1698, pirate active in the ...

                                               

Charles Francis Summers

Charles Francis Summers was an Australian sculptor. The son of the British-born sculptor Charles Summers, he worked mainly in Rome, travelling back and forth to Australia to sell his pieces. A selection of Summerss works is preserved in the Art M ...

                                               

Sun Alliance (company)

Sun Alliance Group plc was a large insurance business based in London. It merged with Royal Insurance in 1996 to form the Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Group.

                                               

Ulric Dunbar

Ulric Stonewall Jackson Dunbar was born on January 31, 1862 in London, Ontario, the son of Alexander Dunbar and Susannah Jackson. He attended the Art School of Toronto with his brother Frederick and in around 1880, Ulric Dunbar emigrated from Can ...

                                               

Endymion

A Certain Magical Index: The Movie – The Miracle of Endymion, a 2013 Japanese animated film Prince Endymion, a character in the Sailor Moon anime franchise God Endymion Deity for Dark Elves, Shadow Elves and Lycaans, a minor Power linked to Death ...

                                               

Maria Konopnicka Monument in Wrzesnia

The Maria Konopnicka Monument in Wrzesnia is a bronze statue located in the town of Wrzesnia, Greater Poland Region, and dedicated to Maria Konopnicka, a Polish poet, novelist, childrens writer and activist for womens rights and for Polish indepe ...

                                               

Ferenc Varga (sculptor)

Ferenc Varga was a Hungarian born sculptor who emigrated to the United States after World War II. He married Anna Pazman in 1937, and their only child is the noted artist, Frank Varga.

                                               

Berger des Nuages

The Venezuelan architect and designer Carlos Raul Villanueva began designing the University City of Caracas campus in the 1940s, beginning construction in the 1950s during a time of prevailing Modernism in Latin America. Villanueva hired many art ...

                                               

Polar Bear

"Polar Bear", a 1900 song by Ride from Nowhere "Polar Bear", a 2004 song by Therapy? from Never Apologise Never Explain "Polar Bear", a song by Smile, later recorded by Queen

                                               

Diver

Edward Divers 1837–1912, British chemist "Diver", nickname of Tom Derrick 1914–1945, Australian Second World War recipient of the Victoria Cross Diver surname

                                               

Munavvar Rzayeva

Munavvar Rzayeva was an Azerbaijani sculptor and the first monumental female sculptor, Honored Artist of the Azerbaijan Republic.