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…Κostas Loudovikos is a painter and author.
…Živko Nikolić was born in Ozrinići, Nikšić municipality, Montenegro, Yugoslavia, in 1941. He graduated the Art School in Herceg Novi where he was trained as a painter of ceramics which contributed to his specific perception of the film. He…
…Şenol Karakaya (born 1992) was a painter from Sinop, Turkey.
…Ľudovít Lehen (3 June 1925 – 12 May 2014) was a painter and a FIDE Master for chess compositions.
…Čiurlionis was a Lithuanian composer and painter. His most famous musical compositions are probably the symphonic poems. In the Forest (Miške) and The Sea (Jūra). They are both in a late romantic idiom. As a painter was Čiurlionis was a symbolist rooted in Lithuanian mythology, and his paintings were built in part by musical form principles.
…Þórarinn Benedikt Þorláksson (February 14, 1867 – July 10, 1924) was one of Iceland’s first contemporary painters, the first Icelander to exhibit paintings in Iceland, and recipient of the first public grant that country made to a painter.
…Émile-Henri Brunner-Lacoste, a painter of fruit, flowers, and game, and of landscape, genre, and decorative subjects, exhibited frequently at the Paris Salon. He died in 1881, aged 43.
…Émile Pierre Joseph De Cauwer (Ghent 1828 – Berlin, 30 January 1873) was a painter of architectural subjects. He was a pupil of his father, Joseph De Cauwer. He painted careful, detailed studies of buildings, amongst them the Church of St. Martin at Oudenarde, the Town Hall at Oudenarde, and the New Synagogue at Berlin. He died at Berlin in 1873.
…Émile Bernard a painter and writer, decorated, during the two months he stayed in St Briac, the motel room in which he stayed, situated on the street, that now carries his name.
…Álvaro Guevara Reimers (Valparaíso, Chile, 13 July 1894 – Aix-en-Provence, France, 16 October 1951) was a painter, based in London and loosely associated with the Bloomsbury set.
…Álvarez was a painter and graphic artist. His first individual exhibition was in 1951 at the Galería Commercial de Arte Moderno. Some of his last exhibitions include those at the Salón de la Plástica Mexicana, of which he was a member. His…
… couple had 14 children, including the painter Johannes Wilhelm Cornelis Zurcher. After his school was closed he was reassigned a position in Maastricht, where he later died. His younger brother Frederik Willem Zürcher was also a painter.
Zóbel started painting without formal training while in Harvard. In the fall of 1946 he met Jim Pfeufer and his wife Reed Champion Pfeufer. Reed was a painter who was loosely connected with the Boston School, and she became a mentor to the young artist. Zóbel graduated in 1949 as magna cum laude. After finishing his bachelor’s degree he briefly returned to Harvard to study law, and then worked as a curator at the Houghton Library. Zóbel’s paintings from this era were representational, and often had an aspect of caricature.
Zuppke also was a writer and a fine art painter. From 1930 to 1948, Zuppke wrote the syndicated newspaper strip Ned Brant, drawn by Walt Depew. During the 1930s, Zuppke also wrote syndicated sports-related columns. As a painter, Zuppke was known for his rugged Western landscapes.
Zuccari was born in Sant’Angelo in Vado, near Urbino, the son of Ottaviano Zuccari, an almost unknown painter. His brother Federico, born around 1540, was also a painter and architect. As a young man Taddeo was to be encouraged by Pompeo da Fano.
Zubchenko’s first art teacher was Okhrim Kravchenko, a painter of the Boychukist school. She continued her studies at the Palace of Children’s Creativity under Elizabeth Piskorska, a student of Fedir Krichevsky and Mykhailo Boychuk.
Zoya Khan was born to Muslim parents of Pashtun ancestry in New Delhi, India. She is a niece of Delhi Cabinet Minister Haroon Yusuf. A painter & badminton player by hobby, she started her career as a Model and Anchor/Host. She was the inter-school basketball and badminton player during her school and college days.
Zinkeisen was a successful stage and costume designer for plays and films. Despite her success as a painter and commercial artist she was best known as a theatrical designer.
Zinkeisen shared a studio in London with her sister during the 1920s and ’30s from where she embarked on her career as a painter, commercial artist and theatrical designer.
Zieliński took up weightlifting in the early 1950s, and retired in 1970. He then coached weightlifters until 1978, and after that worked as a painter, sculptor and jeweler. He was married to Jadwiga Nienartowicz and had two sons, Andrzej (born 1958) and Mark (born 1960), both live in Canada.
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