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William Slater

William, Bill, Billy or Willie Slater may refer to: William Slater architect 1819–1872, English architect William Slater swimmer born 1940, Canadian swimmer William A. Slater 1857–1919, American businessman, art collector, and philanthropist Edwa ...

Theodor Korner

Theodor Korner may refer to: Theodor Korner author 1791–1813, German poet and soldier Theodor Korner Prize GDR, an award in the former East Germany Theodor Korner film, a movie Theodor Korner opera, an opera Theodor Christian Korner 1863–1933, Ge ...

Blasius Hofel

Born in Vienna, Hofel studied drawing and painting from 1805 at the Akademie der bildenden Kunste Wien with Hubert Maurer. From 1807 he devoted himself primarily to chalcography. His most famous work is a portrait of Ludwig van Beethoven, with wh ...

Sam Brooks

Sam Brooks, a member of the Cambridge rowing crew in The Boat Race 2002 Sam Brooks rugby league, rugby player since 2014 Sammy Brooks, freestyle and collegiate wrestler, who represented the United States of America in Freestyle wrestling world cu ...

Elizabeth Parsons (artist)

Elizabeth Parsons was an English artist and 19th century settler of Victoria, Australia. She was the first women to be elected to the Council of the Victorian Academy of Arts.

ALR

ALR may refer to: 6/5/2020=4:00pm=499 Automated Lip Reading Administrative License Revocation Alexandra Aerodrome, New Zealand Australian Law Reports Australian Literary Review, supplement to The Australian Allgemeines Landrecht, the Civil Code o ...

The Terror (disambiguation)

"The Terror", was a period of violence after the onset of the French Revolution. It may also refer to: Chronological The Terror 1920 film, starring Tom Mix The Terror album, a 2013 album by The Flaming Lips The Terror 1926 film, a Western starrin ...

John Slater

John Slater New Zealand politician, former President of the New Zealand National Party and current President of Citizens and Ratepayers Now John Slater industrialist 1776–1843, American father of John Fox Slater, brother and partner of Samuel Sla ...

James Carter

James Carter musician born 1969, American jazz saxophonist and flautist James Carter 1925/26–2003, American singer for James Carter and the Prisoners James Carter engraver 1798–1855, English engraver Jimmy Carter born 1929, American singer for Th ...

Sorcerer

Sorcerer fantasy, someone who uses or practices magic that derives from supernatural or occult sources Sorcerer paranormal, a practitioner of magic, the ability to attain objectives or acquire knowledge or wisdom using supernatural means

Ormond

Ireland Ormond Upper Ormond Lower Two baronies in North Tipperary Ormond ancient Irish kingdom, in the province of Munster Ormonde Castle, an Irish castle, from 1315 home of the Butler family Birr Aerodrome, the Ormand flying club Scotland Ormond ...

Lapis Lazuli (Faberge egg)

The Lapis Lazuli egg is a jewelled Faberge egg, attributed to the House of Faberge in St. Petersburg, Imperial Russia. Unlike many of the other Faberge eggs, Lapis Lazuli was a private commission and isnt considered to be one of the imperial East ...

Mary Smith

Mary Louise Smith politician 1914–1997, American political organizer Mary L. Smith born 1962, American official Mary Ellen Smith 1861/63–1933, Canadian legislator Mary Ann Smith born 1948, American local-level legislator

List of academics of University of Wales, Lampeter

University of Wales, Lampeter, originally known as St Davids College and later St Davids University College, was the oldest degree-awarding institution in Wales. It was founded in 1822 by Thomas Burgess, Bishop of St Davids, and given its royal c ...

Apolline Lacroix

Apolline Lacroix was a French actress who married Paul Lacroix, the curator of the Bibliotheque de lArsenal in Paris, on May 7, 1834. She lived with Paul Lacroixs collaborator, art collector Theophile Thore-Burger, for more than a decade until hi ...

Tårnborgvej

Tårnborgvej is a dead end street extending from the northside of Gammel Kongevej, one block west of H. C. Orsteds Vej, in the Frederiksberg district of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Branner

Benjamin Manassah Branner 1805–1879, U.S. cavalry officer in Confederate army Robert Branner 1927–1973, U.S. art historian Hans Christian Branner 1903–1966, Danish author Martin Branner 1888–1970, U.S. cartoonist and vaudevillian John Casper Bran ...

Henry Graves

Henry Graves may refer to: Henry Algernon Claude Graves, 7th Baron Graves 1877–1963, one of the Barons Graves Henry Graves printseller and publisher 1806–1892, British printseller and publisher Henry Richard Graves 1818–1882, English portrait pai ...

Theresa Walker (artist)

Theresa Snell Walker was an Australian sculptor and wax modeller who created medallion portraits. Born in England, Walker migrated to Australia with her sister, Martha Berkeley, and brother-in-law Captain Charles Berkeley. Her work is included in ...

Charles Norton

Charles Norton may refer to: Charles Francis Norton 1807–1835, member of parliament for Guildford Charles Eliot Norton 1827–1908, American author, social critic, and professor of art Charles Norton solicitor 1896–1974, managing partner of Norton ...

Osage

The Osage Nation, a Native American tribe in the United States, is the source of most other terms containing the word "osage". Osage can also refer to: Hughes TH-55 Osage U.S. Army helicopter USS Osage LSV-3 Osage Indian murders 1921–1925, a grou ...

Camillus Nyrop

Camillus Nyrop was a Danish instrumentmaker and bandagist. He was the founder of Camillus Nyrops Etablissement, Denmarks first manufacturer of surgical instruments and artificial lims.

Robert Peterson

Robert Peterson South Dakota politician 1888–1968, lieutenant governor of South Dakota Robert W. Peterson politician 1929–2013, North Dakota state auditor Robert Peterson Canadian politician born 1937, former Canadian Liberal senator from Saskatc ...

Elizabeth Edwards (disambiguation)

Elizabeth Edwards was an attorney and author. Elizabeth Edwards may also refer to: Elizabeth Todd Edwards 1813–1888, sister of Mary Todd Lincoln Betty Edwards born 1926, art teacher and author Betty Edwards swimmer 1911–2009, Canadian Olympic swi ...

Fontainebleau (disambiguation)

Fontainebleau is a commune in the metropolitan area of Paris. Around the area is also located: The Palace of Fontainebleau, one of the largest French royal chateaux The Forest of Fontainebleau Arrondissement of Fontainebleau Fontainebleau may als ...

Robert Mace Habgood

Robert Mace Habgood was a merchant trader in Western Australias colonial era. He was also a member of the Chamber of Commerce, pastoralist, significant shareholder in the Western Australian Bank, and proprietor of the Geraldine Mine. Habgood was ...

John Michael Skipper

John Michael Skipper was and English and South Australian artist and solicitor. He was the eldest son of solicitor John Skipper and Jane, whose brother was artist James Stark.

Arthur Mills

Arthur Mills may refer to: Arthur Mills MP 1816–1898, British Conservative Party Member of Parliament for Taunton and Exeter Arthur Mills Australian footballer 1905–1984, Australian rules footballer Arthur Mills, 3rd Baron Hillingdon 1891–1952, B ...

Death and the Maiden

Death and the Maiden, a concept ultimately derived from the Medieval "Dance of Death", may refer to: In visual art: Death and the Maiden motif, born of Renaissance art Death and the Maiden sketch by Edvard Munch Death and the Maiden painting by P ...

Leonardo Barbieri

Leonardo Barbieri was an Italian portrait painter and daguerrotypist who was an expatriate in the Western Hemisphere, including Argentina, Bolivia, California, and Peru, in the 1840s-1860s. He did many portraits of Californios.

David Mason

Dave Mason born 1946, British musician, member of Traffic David Mason trumpeter 1926–2011, British musician Dave Mason Australian musician born c. 1954, Australian rock singer-songwriter, member of The Reels

Thomas Watkins (disambiguation)

Thomas Watkins is a fictional character in the TV series Upstairs, Downstairs. Thomas or Tom Watkins may also refer to: Tom Watkins politician, former member of the Ohio House of Representatives Tom Watkins music manager 1949–2020, British pop im ...

Charles Montgomery

Charles Montgomery may refer to: Charles F. Montgomery 1910–1978, American art connoisseur, teacher, and scholar Hubert Montgomery Sir Charles Hubert Montgomery, 1876–1942, British civil servant and diplomat Chuck Montgomery editor, see American ...

Edward Warren

Edward Warren may refer to: Edward Royal Warren 1860–1942, American naturalist and engineer Edward Warren MP, Member of Parliament MP for Liverpool Ted Warren Edward John Warren, Australian politician Edward Perry Warren 1860–1928, known as Ned W ...

The Gate

The Gate Arts Centre, Cardiff, Wales The Gate Shams Abu Dhabi, a development project in Abu Dhabi The Gate, Newcastle, an entertainment venue in Newcastle upon Tyne, England

Jose Duran

Jose Duran may refer to: Jose Duran boxer born 1945, Spanish boxer Jose Maria Pasquini Duran 1939–2010, Argentine journalist Jose Antonio Duran c. 1810–1880s, Argentine military officer and politician Jose Duran film director, Spanish film direct ...

Peter Graham

Peter Graham composer born 1958, British composer Peter Benjamin Graham 1925–1987, Australian visual artist and art theorist Peter Sebastian Graham born 1970, Australian artist

Angola (disambiguation)

Angola, Florida, a settlement founded by escaped slaves from 1812 until 1821 near Bradenton, Florida Angola, New York, a city in the state of New York near Buffalo Angola, Kansas, a city in the state of Kansas Angola, Indiana, a city in the state ...

Jonathan Johnson

Jonathan Johnson may refer to: Jon Johnson born 1954, American sound editor for feature film and television Jonathan G. A. Johnson born 1976, Island Governor of Saba Jonathan Johnson athlete born 1982, United States at the 2004 Summer Olympics Jo ...

Charles Howell

Charles Howell may refer to: Charles Augustus Howell 1840–1890, art dealer and alleged blackmailer Charles Henry Howell 1824–1905, architect of lunatic asylums in England Charles Howell III born 1979, American golfer Charles R. Howell 1904–1973, ...

Domenec Soberano

Thanks to an improvement his father invented for the process of making sparkling wine, he was able to travel throughout Europe. In 1866, he converted the family business from a wine warehouse to the production of "Champagne de Reus", under the na ...

Rungiah

Rungiah aka Rungia or Rungia Raju was a 19th-century Indian botanical illustrator, noted for producing a large number of images for Robert Wights books on Indian flora. The Raju family were painters of the Kshatriya caste of Tanjore, and were ori ...

John Carlin

John Carlin may refer to: John Carlin businessman born 1955, American entrepreneur, art historian and record producer John Carlin professor, Australian statistician John Carlin footballer 1878–1935, English footballer for Liverpool F.C. John Carl ...

George Williamson

George Williamson may refer to: George Williamson Australian footballer 1866–1929, Australian rules footballer George A. Williamson born 1938, American politician in the state of Florida George Williamson diplomat 1829–1882, US ambassador George ...

Charlottesville (disambiguation)

Charlottesville is the name of places that have usually been named after Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, the queen consort of United Kingdoms King George III. Charlottesville may refer to:

The Hall of Antiquities at Charlottenborg Palace, Copenhagen

The Hall of Antiquities at Charlottenborg Palace, Copenhagen is a 19th-century painting by Danish artist Adam August Muller. Done in oil on canvas, the painting depicts a young custodian guarding the hall of antiquities at Charlottenborg Palace, ...

Edward Perry

Edward Perry may refer to: Ed Perry born 1974, American football player who played for the Miami Dolphins Edward Perry industrialist 1800–1869, English industrialist and twice mayor of Wolverhampton George Edward Perry, known as Ted, English clas ...

Arthur Hughes

Arthur Hughes artist 1832–1915, English painter and illustrator Arthur Hughes actor 1894–1982, American actor on the stage, radio and films Frank Randle 1901–1957, English comedian, born as Arthur Hughes Arthur Foord Hughes 1856–1934, English art ...

Pes-Ke-Le-Cha-Co (Henry Inman)

Pes-Ke-Le-Cha-Co is an oil painting by Henry Inman currently on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It depicts Pawnee chief Pes-Ke-Le-Cha-Co as of 1832, painted as a copy of a now destroyed set of paintings by Charles Bird King. It was pai ...

Course of Empire

The Course of Empire paintings, a series of paintings created by Thomas Cole from 1833–36 The Course of Empire, an art exhibit by American pop art artist Edward Ruscha