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Our Artists in Europe

By: Henry James

...sic Literature Collection World Public Library.org EUROPE Title: OUR ARTISTS IN EUROPE Author: HENRY JAMES Language: English Subject: Fiction... ...... ..........................................................................9 Our Artists In Europe i Our Artists In Europe Henry James This page copyrigh... ...g the new workers, deeply English as he is, there is comparatively something French in his manner? Many people will like him because they see in him—−... ...l they not fancy they catch him taking the middle way between the unsociable French étude and the old−fashioned English “picture?” If one of these ext... ...llection of productions of Mr. Alfred Parsons's which might have come from a Frenchman who was in love with English river−sides. I call to mind no stu... ...that inability to depict the modern which is the most convincing sign of the contemporary. He has a genius for landscape, yet he abounds in knowledge ...

Table of Contents: Our Artists In Europe, 1 -- Henry James, 1 -- I, 1 -- II, 1 -- III, 3 -- IV, 4 -- V, 5 -- VI, 7 -- VII, 8 -- VIII, 9

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Contemporary art

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... Contemporary art is art produced at the present period in time. Contemporar... ... itself a successor to Modern art.[1] In vernacular English, "modern" and "contemporary" are synonyms, resulting in some conflation of the terms "mode... ... are synonyms, resulting in some conflation of the terms "modern art" and "contemporary art" by non-specialists. ... ...y speaking, the term "contemporary art" refers to art made and produced by artists living today";[8] "Art from the 1960's or 70's up until this very m... ...nitions, perhaps restricting the "contemporary" to work from 2000 onwards. Artists who are still productive after a long career, and ongoing art movem... ...profit spaces, art schools and publishers, and the practices of individual artists, curators, collectors and philanthropists. A major division in the ... ... by ADIAF and Centre Pompidou. Ricard Prize for a French artist under 40 Turner Prize for British ar...

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Little Journeys to the Homes of Eminent Artists

By: Elbert Hubbard

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org HOMES OF EMINENT ARTISTS Title: LITTLE JOURNEYS TO THE HOMES OF EMINENT ARTISTS Autho... ...... ...rt Hubbard Table of Contents Little Journeys To The Homes Of Eminent Artists .................................................................... ...−tragedy has never been written; it lies buried there with the lovers. But a contemporary said that the fear of an enforced separation broke the young... ...asterpiece of God. BOTTICELLI In Leonardo's “Treatise on Painting,” only one contemporary is named—Sandro Botticelli.... The Pagan and Christian world... ...ns balanced on their heads, boycotted the corsetier, and eschewed all deadly French heels. Do you know the face of Oliver Goldsmith, the droop of the ... ...one decoration—the decoration of Bavaria. If he attended a ball given by the French Ambassador, in the lapel of his modest black velvet coat he wore t... ...Palmer. Never for a moment can he be compared with Saint Gaudens, or our own French; Bartlett and Ward surpass him in general skill and fertility of r...

...uperficiality and mannerism. He produced a vast number of pictures, elevating to men of every race and of every age, and before whose immortal beauty artists of every school unite in common homage....

...Table of Contents: Little Journeys To The Homes Of Eminent Artists, 1 -- Elbert Hubbard, 1 -- RAPHAEL, 1 -- LEONARDO, 9 -- BOTTICELLI, 17 -- THORSWALDSEN, 27 -- GAINSBOROUGH, 36 -- VELASQUEZ, 44 -- COROT, 54 -- CORREGGIO, 66 -- BELLINI, 74 -- CELLINI, 81 -- ABBEY, 91 -- WHISTLER, 98...

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Contemporary folk music

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...s music * Country music * Blues music Contemporary folk music refers to a wide variety of genres that emerged in ... ...name for this new form of music is also "folk music", but is often called "contemporary folk music" or "folk revival music" to make the distinction.[1... ...includes fusion genres such as folk rock, electric folk, and others. While contemporary folk music is a genre generally distinct from traditional folk... ...vival" of the later 20th century brought a new genre of popular music with artists marketed through concerts, recordings and broadcasting. One of the ... ...olk revival spawned Canada's first true wave of internationally successful artists such as Gordon Lightfoot, Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, and Buffy S... ...vival" of the later 20th century brought a new genre of popular music with artists marketed through concerts, recordings and broadcasting. This is the... ...gneault and groups such as La Bottine Souriante were doing the same in the French-speaking world. English-speaking Canadian folk artists tended to mov... ...ve mix of traditional American and Canadian folk songs in both English and French as well as contemporary singer-songwriter compositions by Dylan and ... ... been performing individually since 1991. Malicorne, a French electric folk group emerged in 1973, starting with traditional music...

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Little Journeys to the Homes of Eminent Artists

By: Elbert Hubbard

...Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org HOMES OF EMINENT ARTISTS Title: LITTLE JOURNEYS TO THE HOMES OF EMINENT ARTISTS Author:... ...... ...osted: November 23, 2002] HOMES OF EMINENT ARTISTS Produced by Jonathan Ingram, Juliet Sutherland, Charles F... ...agedy has never been written; it lies buried there with the lovers. But a contemporary said that the fear of an enforced separation broke the young ... ...God. BOTTICELLI In Leonardo's "Treatise on Painting," only one contemporary is named--Sandro Botticelli.... The Pagan and Christian world... ...balanced on their heads, boycotted the corsetier, and eschewed all deadly French heels. Do you know the face of Oliver Goldsmith, the droop of the... ...decoration--the decoration of Bavaria. If he attended a ball given by the French Ambassador, in the lapel of his modest black velvet coat he wore th... .... Never for a moment can he be compared with Saint Gaudens, or our own French; Bartlett and Ward surpass him in general skill and fertility of re...

...uperficiality and mannerism. He produced a vast number of pictures, elevating to men of every race and of every age, and before whose immortal beauty artists of every school unite in common homage....

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Contemporary Christian music

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... Derivative forms Contemporary worship music S... ... Christian rock – Christian hip hop – Contemporary worship music F... ...topics Gospel music – Urban contemporary gospel Contemporary Chris... ... as the UK's Official Christian & Gospel Albums Chart. Top-selling CCM artists will also appear on the Billboard 200. In the iTunes Store, the gen... ... History 1 Style and artists 2 Controversy 3 ... ...ed into a multi-million-dollar industry by the 1980s.[13][14][15] Many CCM artists such as Benny Hester,[16][17] Amy Grant,[18] DC Talk,[19] Michael W... ... French ...

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The Origins of Contemporary France : The Ancient Regime

By: Hippolyte A. Taine

...ld Public Library.org FRANCE: THE ANCIENT REGIME Title: THE ORIGINS OF CONTEMPORARY FRANCE: THE ANCIENT REGIME Author: HIPPOLYTE A. TAINE Langua... ...... ...: The Ancient Regime Hippolyte A. Taine Table of Contents The Origins of Contemporary France: The Ancient Regime................................. ........................................................153 CHAPTER II. THE FRENCH PUBLIC. ............................................................ ...IN FRANCE. − FAILURE OF THE SAME PHILOSOPHY IN ENGLAND. • CHAPTER II. THE FRENCH PUBLIC. • CHAPTER III. THE MIDDLE CLASS. • BOOK FIFTH. THE PEO... ...it would be best to find out why his work had been put on the index by the French and largely forgotten by the Anglo−Saxon world. So I consulted a... ...ocracies, and which secures the support for the ruling class of a horde of "artists" of all sorts. (SR.) [12]. Archives nationales, H, 944, April ... ...t something is; the soul becomes restless, and slowly, aided by authors and artists, it sets about investigating the cause of its uneasiness and the... ... is that of Rousseau, "the republican spirit;"[34] the entire middle class, artists, employees, curates, physicians, attorneys, advocates, the lette...

...Table of Contents: The Origins of Contemporary France: The Ancient Regime, 1 -- Hippolyte A. Taine, 1 -- Introduction, 1 -- Preface BY THE AUTHOR: ON POLITICAL IGNORANCE AND WISDOM, 7 -- BOOK FIRST. THE STRUCTURE OF THE ANCIENT SOCIETY, 10 -- Chapter I. THE O...

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French art

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... French art collectors ... ... French art critics ... ... French art curators ... ... French artists ... ... French contemporary art ... ... French artists ... ... French contemporary art ...

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The Origins of Contemporary France : The Ancient Regime

By: Hippolyte A. Taine

...Y by HIPPOLYTE A. TAINE The Origins of Contemporary France: The Ancient Regime Hippolyte A. Taine Translated by Jo... ... IN FRANCE. - FAILURE OF THE SAME PHILOSOPHY IN ENGLAND. • CHAPTER II. THE FRENCH PUBLIC. • CHAPTER III. THE MIDDLE CLASS. • BOOK FIFTH. THE PEOPLE ... ...it would be best to find out why his work had been put on the index by the French and largely forgotten by the Anglo-Saxon world. So I consulted a con... ...he French and largely forgotten by the Anglo-Saxon world. So I consulted a contemporary French authority, Jean-François Revel who mentions Taine works... ... largely forgotten by the Anglo-Saxon world. So I consulted a contemporary French authority, Jean-François Revel who mentions Taine works in his book,... ... political opinion, it would be only after having studied France. What is contemporary France? To answer this question we must know how this France i... ...cracies, and which secures the support for the ruling class of a horde of "artists" of all sorts. (SR.) [12]. Archives nationales, H, 944, April 25, ... ... something is; the soul becomes restless, and slowly, aided by authors and artists, it sets about investigating the cause of its uneasiness and the ob... ...is that of Rousseau, "the republican spirit;"[34] the entire middle class, artists, employees, curates, physicians, attorneys, advocates, the lettered...

...H. THE PROPAGATION OF THE DOCTRINE. · CHAPTER I. SUCCESS OF THIS PHILOSOPHY IN FRANCE. - FAILURE OF THE SAME PHILOSOPHY IN ENGLAND. · CHAPTER II. THE FRENCH PUBLIC. · CHAPTER III. THE MIDDLE CLASS....

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Contemporary Catholic liturgical music

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...nerally acoustic and often slow in tempo but that has evolved into a broad contemporary range of styles reflective of certain aspects of age, culture ... ...s leading toward Vatican II.[1] In particular the new Gelineau psalmody in French (1953) and English (1963) demonstrated the feasibility and welcome u... ... and welcome use of such vernacular language settings. Contemporary Catholic liturgical music grew after the reforms that followed... ...church where an entire body of older Protestant hymnody and newly composed Contemporary Catholic Liturgical Music was introduced through new hymnals s... ...Is My Body, Love is the Boat for the Journey"[6]) Frenchman Joseph Gelineau, SJ, 1920-2008 ("The Lord Is My Shepherd") ... ... Christian bands and artists by genre ... ... Christian country artists ... ... Christian dance, electronic, and techno artists ... ...s leading toward Vatican II.[1] In particular the new Gelineau psalmody in French (1953) and English (1963) demonstrated the feasibility and welcome u...

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Gospels of Anarchy and Other Contemporary Studies

By: Vernon Lee

...ON LEE Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OTHER CONTEMPORARY STUDIES Title: GOSPELS OF ANARCHY AND OTHER CONTEMPORAR... ...... ...rary Studies Vernon Lee Table of Contents Gospels of Anarchy and Other Contemporary Studies ...................................................... ............................................................72 ROSNY AND THE FRENCH ANALYTICAL NOVEL ................................................. ............................................................72 ROSNY AND THE FRENCH ANALYTICAL NOVEL ................................................. ...d Other Contemporary Studies 1 • V • VI • VII • VIII • VIII • ROSNY AND THE FRENCH ANALYTICAL NOVEL • I • II • III • IV • THE ECONOMIC PARASITISM OF ... ... degeneracy to the second half of the nineteenth century and to the writers, artists and non−scientific thinkers thereof, confines the causes of degen... ...might replace the external one. We notice this in the middle ages: while the artists, theologians, and jurists, the men whose activity is incorporated... ...e immense majority of art−loving mankind, including the philosophers and the artists in their merely human capacity, have accepted or rejected, cheris...

...Table of Contents: Gospels of Anarchy and Other Contemporary Studies, 1 -- Vernon Lee, 1 -- I, 3 -- II, 6 -- III, 8 -- IV, 10 -- EMERSON AS A TEACHER OF LATTER?DAY TENDENCIES, 12 -- EMERSON AS A TEACHER OF LATTER?DAY TENDENCIES, 12 -- I, 12 -- II, 13 -- III, 17 -- IV, 20 -...

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Contemporary Indigenous Australian art

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...Contemporary Indigenous Australian art (also known as Contemporary Aboriginal Australian art) is the modern art work produced by ... ...rted at Papunya, northwest of Alice Springs, Northern Territory, involving artists such as Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri and Kaapa Tjampitjinpa, and fa... ...terest across rural and remote Aboriginal Australia in creating art, while contemporary Indigenous art of a different nature also emerged in urban cen... ... Australian art. Indigenous art centres have fostered the emergence of the contemporary art movement, and as of 2010 were estimated to represent over ... ...mporary art movement, and as of 2010 were estimated to represent over 5000 artists, mostly in Australia's north and west. Contempo... ...in Australia's north and west. Contemporary indigenous artists have won many of Australia's most prominent art prizes. The Wynne P... ... ^ Morphy 2011, p. 155. ^ Carty & French 2011, p. 128. ^ Hart, Deborah (2... .... pp. 97–108. ISBN .  Carty, John; French, Alison (2011). "Art of Central Australia: Refigured Ground". In Jay... ... ^ Morphy 2011, p. 155. ^ Carty & French 2011, p. 128. ^ Hart, Deborah (2...

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The Origins of Contemporary France, Volume 2

By: Hippolyte A. Taine

...Literature Collection World Public Library.org VOLUME 1 Title: THE FRENCH REVOLUTION, VOLUME 1 Author: HIPPOLYTE A. TAINE Language: English S... ...... ...ary.net Title: The French Revolution, Volume 1. Title: The Origins of Contemporary France, Volume 2 Author: Hippolyte A. Taine April, 2001... ...t recently updated December 15, 2002] PGCC Collection: The Origins of Contemporary France eBook File: 02ocf10.htm or 02ocf10.pdf Corrected ED... ...*Ver.04.29.93* This eBook prepared by Svend Rom The French Revolution, Volume 1. ^M ... ... Volume 1. ^M The Origins of Contemporary France, Volume 2^M ^M ... ...ve become available for released ambitions; "attorneys, notaries' clerks, artists, merchants, shopkeepers, comedians and especially advocates;[17] e...

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Artists of the Tudor court

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... later Tudor court portraiture[1] The artists of the Tudor court are the painters and limners engaged by the mona... ...group of assistants and apprentices in a workshop or studio, many of these artists produced works across several disciplines, including portrait minia... ... Isolation and iconography 2 A community of artists 2.1 Residents ... ...pain or Naples.[3] The Netherlandish painters remained predominant, though French influence was also important on both Lucas Horenbout and Nicholas Hi... ...ding, now vanished. Nicolas Lizard (or Lisory), a French artist, held the post from 1554 to his death in 1571[21] ... ..., Lucas Cornelis Kunst, and several variants and permutations, even before contemporary English and Italian attempts are involved. Getty Union Name Li... ...pain or Naples.[3] The Netherlandish painters remained predominant, though French influence was also important on both Lucas Horenbout and Nicholas Hi... ..., Lucas Cornelis Kunst, and several variants and permutations, even before contemporary English and Italian attempts are involved. Getty Union Name Li...

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Gospels of Anarchy and Other Contemporary Studies

By: Vernon Lee

... by VERNON LEE Gospels of Anarchy and Other Contemporary Studies Vernon Lee Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved Worl... ... II • III • IV • V • VI • VII • VIII • VIII • ROSNY AND THE FRENCH ANALYTICAL NOVEL • I • II • III • IV • THE ECONOMIC PARA... ...dualism is to triumph, if any good is to come (and it doubtless will) out of contemporary anarchic theories of the ego , it will be by an increase rat... ...them all in himself. As a result, and following his own method towards every contemporary writer, from Tolstoi to Zola, from Ruskin to Ibsen, and from... ... degeneracy to the second half of the nineteenth century and to the writers, artists and non-scientific thinkers thereof, confines the causes of degen... ...hey not maniacs? and is not the respective national pride of the Englishman, Frenchman, German, Italian, the purest megalomania in guise of patriotism... ...might replace the external one. We notice this in the middle ages: while the artists, theologians, and jurists, the men whose activity is incorporated... ...e immense majority of art-loving mankind, including the philosophers and the artists in their merely human capacity, have accepted or rejected, cheris... ...f we remember that although Latin is no longer intelligible to an uneducated Frenchman or Italian, yet there could never have been a moment of non-com...

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French pop music

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...French pop music is the pop music sung in the French language. It is usually performed by singers from France, Canada, Be... ... 2 Radio in France 3 French pop music artists 4 See also ... ... 2 Radio in France 3 French pop music artists 4 See also ... ... History The first distinct French pop music styles that emerged were the French rock and the yé-yé, wh... ... station play-time with album sales. French pop music artists Richard Clayderman ... ... David Looseley, Popular Music in Contemporary France: Authenticity, Politics, Debate, Berg Publishers, 2004 ... ... 2 Radio in France 3 French pop music artists 4 See also ... ... David Looseley, Popular Music in Contemporary France: Authenticity, Politics, Debate, Berg Publishers, 2004 ...

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The Ancient Regime the Origins of Contemporary France, Volume 1

By: Hippolyte A. Taine

...... ...ost recently updated December 15, 2002] PGCC Collection: The Origins of Contemporary France eBook File: 01ocf10.htm or 01ocf10.pdf Corrected ED... ...remarks are signed (SR.) The Ancient Regime The Origins of Contemporary France, Volume 1 by Hippolyte A. Taine PREFACE. ... ...ion of the Doctrine. CHAPTER I. Success in France. CHAPTER II. The French Public. CHAPTER III. The Middle Class. BOOK FIFTH. The Peo... ... would be best to find out why his work had been put on the index by the French and largely forgotten by the Anglo-Saxon world. So I consulted a c... ...argely forgotten by the Anglo-Saxon world. So I consulted a contemporary French authority, Jean-François Revel who mentions Taine works in his boo... ...racies, and which secures the support for the ruling class of a horde of "artists" of all sorts. (SR.) [12]. Archives nationales, H, 944, April ... ...something is; the soul becomes restless, and slowly, aided by authors and artists, it sets about investigating the cause of its uneasiness and the o... ...s that of Rousseau, "the republican spirit;"[34] the entire middle class, artists, employees, curates, physicians, attorneys, advocates, the lettere...

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French electronic music

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... French electronic music, a panorama of French music that employs electronic musical instrument... ...struments and electronic music technology in its production. Notable early french artists and composers in electronic music includ... ...ts and electronic music technology in its production. Notable early french artists and composers in electronic music include Mauri... ...in 1928, and Pierre Schaeffer, the developer of the musique concrète in 1948. Among the famous contemporary artists include Jean-Michel Jarre, Air, Da... ...Pierre Schaeffer, the developer of the musique concrète in 1948. Among the famous contemporary artists include Jean-Michel Jarre, Air, Daft Punk, Just... ... 1.4 I.R.C.A.M. (1975) 1.5 French Touch (1990) ... ... 1.5 French Touch (1990) 2 Artists 3 See also ...

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The French Revolution

By: Thomas Carlyle

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE FRENCH REVOLUTION Author: THOMAS CARLYLE Language: English Subject: Fict... ...... .........................................................................1 The French Revolution i The French Revolution Thomas Carlyle VOLUME I. THE B... ...own Astolpho could have ridden! In the Commons Deputies there are Merchants, Artists, Men of Letters; three hundred and seventy−four Lawyers; (Bouille... ... brethren will fly to meet and welcome. Now, therefore, judge if our Patriot Artists are busy; taking deep counsel how to make the Scene worthy of a l... ...t a stupendous new Coach built, of the kind named Berline; done by the first artists; according to a model: they bring it home to him, in Choiseul's p... ...ysees was lit for an Accepted Constitution, there had risen, and was burning contemporary with it, quite another variegated Glitter and nocturnal Fulg...

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Women artists

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...ical canon as craft, as opposed to fine art .Aktins, Robert. Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. 1997 (retrieved 23 Aug 2011) Women artists... ...eum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. 1997 (retrieved 23 Aug 2011) Women artists faced challenges due to gender biases in the mainstream fine art wo... ... and gaining recognition. Beginning in the late 1960s and 1970s, feminist artists and art historians created a Feminist art movement, that overtly a... ...women in art history . Prehistoric era There are no records of who the artists of the prehistoric eras were, but the studies of many early ethnogr... ...Virgin and Child. Christine de Pizan, who was a remarkable late medieval French writer, rhetorician, and critic, wrote City of Women in 1405 about... ...powerful Academy in Paris had 450 members between the 17th century and the French Revolution, and only fifteen were women. Of those, most were daughte... ...se, most were daughters or wives of members. In the late 18th century, the French Academy resolved not to admit any women at all. The pinnacle of pai... ...Spero, Francesca Woodman, Lygia Clark and Mona Hatoum among others. Contemporary artists File:Kozyra K piramida.jpg Katarzyna Kozyra, Pyra... ...e, Rachel Whiteread and Rosemarie Trockel . Internationally prominent contemporary artists who are women also include Magdalena Abakanowicz, M...

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Modern French Philosophy

By: J. Alexander Gunn

...Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: MODERN FRENCH PHILOSOPHY Author: J. ALEXANDER GUNN Language: English Subject: F... ...... ....................................................................132 Modern French Philosophy i Modern French Philosophy J. Alexander Gunn This page... ...undations of modern French psychology and who was, we may note in passing, a contemporary of Chateaubriand. A certain tone of romanticism marks the wo... ...cial organisation involved a triple division of humanity into intellectuals, artists and industrials. Many of his doctrines had a definite communistic... ...quent illustrations drawn from abnormal psychology, Taine "set the tone" for contemporary and later study of mental activity of this type. Ribot's lat... ... rationalism is critical in character rather than dogmatic. In Taine'a great contemporary, Ernest Renan (1823−1892), a very different temper is seen. ...

...Table of Contents: Modern French Philosophy, 1 -- J. Alexander Gunn, 1 -- FOREWORD, 2 -- Preface, 3 -- Chapter I. ANTECEDENTS, 4 -- Chapter II. MAIN CURRENTS, 13 -- Chapter III. SCIENCE, 37 -- Chapter IV. FREEDOM, 54 -- Chapter V. PROGRESS, 70 -- Chap...

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Artists Rifles

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...t . Today, the full title of the Regiment is 21 Special Air Service Regiment (Artists) (Reserve). History Formation and 19th century The regim... ... the widespread volunteer movement which developed in the face of potential French invasion after Felice Orsini 's attack on Napoleon III was l... ...tive endeavours. It was established on 28 February 1860 as the 38th Middlesex (Artists) Rifle Volunteer Corps, with headquarters at Burlington House ... ... Minerva in profile. In September 1880, the corps became the 20th Middlesex (Artists) Rifle Volunteer Corps, with headquarters at Duke's Road, off ... ...uarters at Duke's Road, off Euston Road, London (now The Place, home of the Contemporary Dance Trust). It formed the 7th Volunteer Battalion of the...

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The French Revolution

By: Thomas Carlyle

...RENCH REVOLUTION by THOMAS CARLYLE The French Revolution Thomas Carlyle VOLUME I.--THE BASTILLE BOOK 1.I. DEATH OF... ...the flock knows it, and heeds it not. At most, in the immeasurable tide of French Speech (which ceases not day after day, and only ebbs towards the sh... ... scarecrows, that prowl hunger-stricken through all highways and byways of French Existence, will they pray? The dull millions that, in the workshop o... ... Astolpho could have ridden! In the Commons Deputies there are Merchants, Artists, Men of Letters; three hundred and seventy-four Lawyers; (Bouille, ... ...ethren will fly to meet and welcome. Now, therefore, judge if our Patriot Artists are busy; taking deep counsel how to make the Scene worthy of a loo... ...a stupendous new Coach built, of the kind named Berline; done by the first artists; according to a model: they bring it home to him, in Choiseul's pre... ...ees was lit for an Accepted Constitution, there had risen, and was burning contemporary with it, quite another variegated Glitter and nocturnal Fulgor...

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Adult contemporary music

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...20 million albums worldwide.[1] Adult contemporary music (AC) is a style of music, ranging from 1960s vocal and 1... ...easy listening, soul, rhythm and blues, and rock influence.[3][4][5] Adult contemporary is rather a continuation of the easy listening and soft rock s... ...that reflect the evolution of pop/rock music.[6] Adult contemporary tends to have lush, soothing and highly polished qualities whe... ... direction".[12] Initially, the vocalists consisted of artists such as Frank Sinatra, Doris Day, Johnny Mathis, Connie Francis, Na... ... most easy listening music was instrumental, created by relatively unknown artists, and rarely purchased, AC was an attempt to create a similar "lite"... ...at by choosing certain tracks (both hit singles and album cuts) of popular artists. In terms of r... ... French ... ... French ...

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Modern French Philosophy

By: J. Alexander Gunn

...ERN FRENCH by J. ALEXANDER GUNN Modern French Philosophy J. Alexander Gunn Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved Wo... ... • CONCLUSION First published in 1922. (All rights reserved)* MODERN FRENCH PHILOSOPHY: A study of the Development since Comte. By J. ALEXANDER... ...ssion to publish. More especially must he record his deep gratitude to the French thinkers who gave both stimulus and encouragement to him during his ... ...dations of modern French psychology and who was, we may note in passing, a contemporary of Chateaubriand. A certain tone of romanticism marks the work... ...al organisation involved a triple division of humanity into intellectuals, artists and industrials. Many of his doctrines had a definite communistic t... ...ent illustrations drawn from abnormal psychology, Taine "set the tone" for contemporary and later study of mental activity of this type. Ribot's later... ...tionalism is critical in character rather than dogmatic. In Taine'a great contemporary, Ernest Renan (1823-1892), a very different temper is seen. Th...

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French ship Vengeur du Peuple

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... Timber The Vengeur du Peuple ("Avenger of the People") was a 74-gun ship of the line of the F... ... supporting the flagship Ville de Paris at the Battle of the Saintes. She also took part in the Battle of Saint Kitts. After the F... ... the Glorious First of June. There, she was disabled after a furious duel with HMS Brunswick and surrendered after losing hope of being rescued by a F... ...ne 2 Legacy 2.1 C... ...escue of Vengeur '​s crew by British ships in his large canvas of the battle, Lord Howe's action, or the Glorious First of June. C... ...e 9][68] The speech of 9 July by Barère at the National Convention inflamed the nation, and as it specifically encouraged a... ... commisary to the Navy shall give the swiftest orders to accelerate the construction of this ship. 4. The National Convention calls for a...

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The Modern Regime, Volume 2, The Origins of Contemporary France, Volume 6

By: Hippolyte A. Taine

...ibrary.net Title: The Modern Regime, Volume 2 Title: The Origins of Contemporary France, Volume 6 Author: Hippolyte A. Taine April, 2001... ...ost recently updated December 15, 2002] PGCC Collection: The Origins of Contemporary France eBook File: 06ocf10.htm or 06ocf10.pdf Corrected ED... ..., Volume 2 ^M The Origins of Contemporary France, Volume 6 ^M ... ...e followed him thus far it is already clear that the great defect of the French community is the fragmentation of the individuals, who isolated, dw... ...sider its effects, those of surrounding institutions, and to describe the French family as it now exists. He had first studied the "tendency to marr... ... this paididolatry[4], and, to sum up in one phrase, in what way does the French system of to-day tend to develop the most fatal of results, the dec... ... inventing intact, and compose the small élite of scholars, litterateurs, artists, engineers and physicians who, in the international exposition of ...

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Institute of Contemporary Arts

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...E.L.T. Mesens in 1946. The ICA's founders intended to establish a space where artists, writers and scientists could debate ideas outside the traditio... ...eplace Jens Hoffmann who was appointed Director of the Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts in 2006. Sladen left the post in 2010. Alison Myner... ...sed by David Sylvester 1952: Formation of the "Young Group, " consisting of artists Nigel Henderson, Toni de Benzio, Reyner Banham and Richard Lann... ...champ in Britain after the Second World War. 1957: First UK screening of the French film Hurlements en Faveur de Sade by Guy Debord, which caused r... ... shows black and white oil paintings of the Baader-Meinhoff gang inspired by contemporary newspaper and police photographs. 1991: Damien Hirst ’s ... ...5: The annual Beck’s Futures prize is set up to celebrate the work of emerging artists. 2006: The Alien Nation exhibition is presented with inIVA, ... ...h inIVA, exploring the complex relationship between science fiction, race and contemporary art. Among the featured artists are Laylah Ali, Hew Lock...

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The French Revolution a History

By: Thomas Carlyle

...by THOMAS CARLYLE A PENN STATE ELECTRONIC CLASSICS SERIES PUBLICATION The French Revolution: A History by Thomas Carlyle is a publication of the Penn... ...he document or for the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. The French Revolution: A History by Thomas Carlyle, the Pennsylvania State Univ... ...ylvania State University is an equal opportunity university. Contents THE FRENCH REVOLUTION: A HISTORY ................................................. ...n Astolpho could have ridden! In the Commons Deputies there are Merchants, Artists, Men of Letters; three hundred and seventy-four Lawyers; (Bouille, ... ...rethren will fly to meet and welcome. Now, therefore, judge if our Patriot Artists are busy; taking deep counsel how to make the Scene worthy of a loo... ...ees was lit for an Accepted Constitution, there had risen, and was burning contemporary with it, quite an- other variegated Glitter and nocturnal Fulg... ...ey-species. Man-midwives, as Levasseur of the Sarthe, are not wanting. Nor Artists: gross David, with the swoln cheek, has long painted, with genius i...

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...Contents THE FRENCH REVOLUTION: A HISTORY.......................................................................................................... 12 VOLUME I.?THE BASTILLE ...................................................................

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Artist's book

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...ometimes they are produced as one-of-a-kind objects referred to as "uniques". Artists' books have employed a wide range of forms, including scroll s... ...concertina s or loose items contained in a box as well as bound printed sheet. Artists have been active in printing and book production for centuries,... ... for centuries, but the artist's book is primarily a late 20th-century form. "Artists' books are books or book-like objects over the final appearance... ...The publication of the " Futurist Manifesto ", 1909, on the front cover of the French daily newspaper Le Figaro was an audacious that resulted in i... ...any others played with form, structure, materials and content that still seems contemporary. Key works such as Worldbackwards (1912), by Khlebnikov a... ...oetry and theory, Surrealism created a number of works that continued in the French tradition of the Livre d'Artiste, whilst simultaneously subverti... ...Augusto and Haroldo De Campos, Cobra artists in Holland and Denmark and the French Lettrists all began to systematically deconstruct the book. A f... ...ght) and Karen Reimer making cheap mass production central to their practice. Contemporary and post-conceptual artists also made artist's books an im...

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The French Revolution, Volume 2

By: Hippolyte A. Taine

...Literature Collection World Public Library.org VOLUME 2 Title: THE FRENCH REVOLUTION, VOLUME 2 Author: HIPPOLYTE A. TAINE Language: English S... ...... ...rary.net Title: The French Revolution, Volume 2 Title: The Origins of Contemporary France, Volume 3 Author: Hippolyte A. Taine April, 2001... ...ost recently updated December 15, 2002] PGCC Collection: The Origins of Contemporary France eBook File: 03ocf10.htm or 03ocf10.pdf The Fr... ...f Contemporary France eBook File: 03ocf10.htm or 03ocf10.pdf The French Revolution, Volume 2 ^M ... ..., Volume 2 ^M The Origins of Contemporary France, Volume 3^M ^M ... ...alists like Brissot, Desmoulins and Freron, actors like Collot d'Herbois, artists like Sergent, Oratoriens[3] like Fouché, capuchins like Chabot, mo... ...pfort, David, and Talma, among the most prominent, with other authors and artists, the whole amounting to about a thousand notable personages. -- N...

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List of Australian artists

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...(See also Art of Australia ) You can also help by writing articles on artists currently without same. Individual artists A Davida Al... ...taples art colony Marie-Claire Baldenweg (born 1954): Swiss -Australian contemporary artist William Barak (1824–1903): Aboriginal artist of tradit... ...born 1940): figurative and abstract painter Marion Borgelt (born 1954): Contemporary painter and mixed media artist Nancy Borlase (1914–2006): ... ...ng artist and teacher Return to top of page D John Dahlsen ( – ): contemporary environmental artist Roy Dalgarno (1910–2001): social realis... ...rikson (1940–2005): New Zealand -born stage and costume designer Leonard French (born 1928): painter and stained glass artist Thomas Friedensen ... ...porary photographic artist Sali Herman (1898–1993): Swiss -born War Artists artist Joy Hester (1920–1960): modernist painter Andrew Hewish ... ...ritory William Dunn Knox (1820–1945): painter, member of the Victorian Artists Society Derek Kreckler (born 1952): multi-media visual artist ...

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The Minor French Novelists

By: Henry James

...ature Collection World Public Library.org NOVELISTS Title: THE MINOR FRENCH NOVELISTS Author: HENRY JAMES Language: English Subject: Fiction,... ...... ....................................................................9 The Minor French Novelists i The Minor French Novelists By Henry James This page c... ...Balzac. His style has as little as possible in common with that of his great contemporary, and he is guilty of no visible attempt to tread in his foot... ...ackeray, in his “Paris Sketch−Book,” devotes a chapter to him (he was then a contemporary), and gives an abstract of one of his novels. He evidently r... ...kely to do when there has been a definite intention—−that intention of which artists who cultivate “art for art" are usually so extremely mistrustful;... ... of curious things are taking place in it (we don't analyse the curious—−for artists it is an ultimate fact); we select as many of them as possible. S... ...fed upon made dishes. Their inspiration is altogether artistic, and they are artists of the most consistent kind. Their writing novels strikes me as h... ...inés; but they are worth attention because they are highly characteristic of contemporary French culture. They are even more characteristic than some ...

...ndness. Charles de Bernard was only in a very imperfect sense a pupil of Balzac. His style has as little as possible in common with that of his great contemporary, and he is guilty of no visible attempt to tread in his footsteps. The two writers belong to two very distinct categories?Balzac to the type of mind that takes things hard and Charles de Bernard to the type of mi...

Table of Contents: The Minor French Novelists, 1 -- By Henry James, 1 -- I, 1 -- II, 5 -- III, 9

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Santiago Museum of Contemporary Art

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...Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Santiago (Santiago Museum of Contemporary Art) ... ... Type Modern art and contemporary art Director ... ...e.cl Contemporary Art Museum of Santiago Th... ...was to promote and serve as a platform for spread the work of contemporary artists, as part of the University of Chile’s policy to contribute to the d... ... In its six decades, the museum has collected many works by Chilean artists as well as some international pieces. Its collection originated fro... ...on originated from its first exhibition, to which both Chilean and foreign artists resident in Chile loaned their works - and later donated some of th... ... typical example of Neoclassical/art nouveau architecture, designed by the French-Chilean architect Emile Jecquier. It was built in the 19th century f... ... typical example of Neoclassical/art nouveau architecture, designed by the French-Chilean architect Emile Jecquier. It was built in the 19th century f...

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The French Revolution, Volume 3

By: Hippolyte A. Taine

...c Literature Collection World Public Library.org VOLUME 3 Title: THE FRENCH REVOLUTION, VOLUME, 3 Author: HIPPOLYTE A. TAINE Language: English... ...... .......................................................................272 The French Revolution, Volume 3 i The French Revolution, Volume 3 Hippolyte ... ...d, lower down on the scale, apostate priests, renegade nobles, disappointed artists, infatuated studio−apprentices, journeymen scarcely able to writ... ...d. III., 153−156. Letter of Laporte to Couthon, April 13, 1794. [96] The contemporary French Encyclopedia "QUID" ed. Lafont, 1996 states on page... ...t to clearly define and limit the domain of the State, it is in respect of contemporary democracy that it ought to be the most restrictive. III. O... ...ate takes upon itself the procuring of work for laborers or employment for artists, the maintenance of any particular industrial or commercial ent... ...o boil an egg!" "The vague generalities of his preaching," writes another contemporary,[83] "rarely culminated in any specific measure or legal pr... ... pursuits−lawyers, notaries, procureurs, physicians, architects, engineers, artists, professors, and especially the government officials; the latter...

...Table of Contents: The French Revolution, Volume 3, 1 -- Hippolyte A. Taine, 1 -- Preface, 1 -- BOOK FIRST. THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE REVOLUTIONARY GOVERNMENT, 2 -- Chapter I, 2 -- BOOK SECOND. THE JACOBIN PROGRAM, 34 -- Chapter I, 34 -- Chapter II,...

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Dena Foundation for Contemporary Art

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...tion established in New York in 2001, with an office in Paris. Its mission is the promotion of contemporary visual arts, with a focus on supporting yo... ...ission is the promotion of contemporary visual arts, with a focus on supporting young emerging artists on the international scene. ... ...ents 1 Mission 2 Artists and curators Residency Programs ... ...cular interest in the United States and France. The initiatives of the Dena Foundation involve artists living in Italy, who participate in the Artists... ...i (2001) Since 2011, a partnership has been established with the Museum of Contemporary Art Marca and the Province of Catanzaro ai... ...l d'Accueil et d'Echanges des Récollets Since 2003, the Dena Foundation for Contemporary Art promotes an Artists and curators Resid... ... The program aims at promoting artists’ mobility and at introducing them to the French and international art scene. Thanks to the one-t...

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The French Revolution, Volume 1

By: Hippolyte A. Taine

... Literature Collection World Public Library.org VOLUME 1 Title: THE FRENCH REVOLUTION, VOLUME 1 Author: HIPPOLYTE A. TAINE Language: English ... ...... .......................................................................196 The French Revolution, Volume 1. i The French Revolution, Volume 1. Hippolyt... ... they are no better than horses." −− The same story is found in many of the contemporary jacqueries. [54] Bailly, II. 108. "The people, less enlig... ...have become available for released ambitions; "attorneys, notaries' clerks, artists, merchants, shopkeepers, comedians and especially advocates;[17]... ...ory of the National Assembly. The principal authorities which are really contemporary are, "Le Mercure de France," "Le Journal de Paris," "Le po... ...he Parliament. Unhappily, the Assembly is not providing a Constitution for contemporary Frenchmen, but for abstract beings. Instead of seeing clas...

...Table of Contents: The French Revolution, Volume 1, 1 -- Hippolyte A. Taine, 1 -- Preface, 1 -- BOOK FIRST. SPONTANEOUS ANARCHY, 2 -- Chapter I. THE BEGINNINGS OF ANARCHY, 2 -- Chapter II. PARIS UP TO THE 14TH OF JULY, 13 -- Chapter III, 30 -- Chap...

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IHME Contemporary Art Festival

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... Ihme Contemporary Art Festival (also written as "IHME") is a yearly festival for contemporary art produced by Pro Arte Foundatio... ...festival includes a public work of art, discussions, educational art projects, and workshops. The Ihme Contemporary Art Festival comprises Ihme Projec... ...hme School 5 History 5.1 Ihme Contemporary Art Festival 2014 ... ...Each year, Pro Arte Foundation Finland invites an internationally recognized visual artist or group of artists to make a temporary work of art in publ... ... Ihme Contemporary Art Festival 2012 In the year 2012 The Heart Archive by the French artist Christian Boltanski expanded the ... ..., Helsinki).[20] Ihme Contemporary Art Festival 2011 The Danish artists' group Superflex installation created f... ... The first IHME production was IHME 0; films and videos by international contemporary artists. The film programme was screened in Bio...

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International Short Stories : French

By: Joshua Hutchinson

...LDS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org STORIES: FRENCH Title: INTERNATIONAL SHORT STORIES: FRENCH Author: FRANCIS J.... ...... ...............................................187 International Short Stories: French i International Short Stories: French Various This page copyright... ...ment of white marble over his father's tomb, and employed the most prominent artists of the time to carve the figures. He was not altogether at ease u... ...her; he never ceases to love the same person. You know the experiment that a contemporary physiologist tried with a series of portraits to determine i... ...the process of minute and insignificant observation which is the bane of the artists of to−day. In order that a sixty−year−old lover should appear nei... ... to revive. He never affected to be more knowing in the polite arts than the artists themselves; he encouraged them by rewards and honors, and was nev...

...Table of Contents: International Short Stories: French, 1 -- Various, 1 -- A PIECE OF BREAD, 1 -- THE ELIXIR OF LIFE, 5 -- THE AGE FOR LOVE, 17 -- MATEO FALCONE, 24 -- THE MIRROR, 33 -- MY NEPHEW JOSEPH, 36 -- A FOREST BETROTHAL, 41 -- ZADIG THE BABYLONIAN, 49 -- ABANDONED...

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