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Some of the original Impressionist artists also ventured into this new territory ; Camille Pissarro briefly painted in a pointillist manner, and even Monet abandoned strict plein air painting.
But in 1482 Leonardo went off to Milan at the behest of Lorenzo de ' Medici in order to win favour with Ludovico il Moro, and the painting was abandoned.
But he discovers that the new country he is sent to is in fact the country of the Tree and Forest of his great painting, now long abandoned and all but destroyed ( except for the one perfect leaf of the title which is placed in the local museum ) in the home to which he cannot return — but the Tree here and now in this place is the true realization of his vision, not the flawed and incomplete form of his painting.
Although he never abandoned painting, Marini devoted himself primarily to sculpture from about 1922.
Elena abandoned painting to become a nun.
While Dalí may have been excommunicated by Breton, he neither abandoned his themes from the 1930s, including references to the " persistence of time " in a later painting, nor did he become a depictive pompier.
By 1923, he had entirely abandoned architecture and design and moved to the south of France with Margaret where he concentrated on watercolour painting.
Although a series of Modigliani's sculptures were exhibited in the Salon d ' Automne of 1912, by 1914 he abandoned sculpting and focused solely on his painting, a move precipitated by the difficulty in acquiring sculptural materials due to the outbreak of war, and by Modigliani's physical debilitation.
Man Ray abandoned conventional painting to involve himself with Dada, a radical anti-art movement.
In the mid 1980s, Van Vliet became reclusive and abandoned music, stating he had gotten " too good at the horn " and could make far more money painting.
With that difficult experience behind them, Daryl abandoned painting to become Director of the National Gallery of Victoria, a position he held between 1942 and 1955.
Legend states that Matsys abandoned his career as a blacksmith to woo his wife, who found painting to be a more romantic profession, though Karel van Mander claimed this to be false, and the real reason was a sickness during which he was too weak to work at the smithy and instead decorated prints for the carnival celebrations.
The last painting before she abandoned painting and left New York in 1967, Trumpet, marks a departure in that the single rectangle evolves into an overall grid of rectangles, here drawn in pencil over uneven washes of gray translucent paint.
In Du " Cubisme " Metzinger and Gleizes had realized that figurative aspects of the new art could be abandoned: " we visit an exhibition to contemplate painting, not to enlarge our knowledge of geography, anatomy etc.
With the collapse of the palatial centres, no more monumental stone buildings were built and the practice of wall painting may have ceased ; writing in the Linear B script ceased, vital trade links were lost, and towns and villages were abandoned.
Stanfield abandoned scenery painting after Christmas 1834 — though he made exceptions for two personal friends.
In the same year, he abandoned scene-painting for the theatre, and took up watercolour painting for which he became famous.
Kenny and Tracy then head into the subway, where they meet up with Lee, Ramon, and Luis spray painting an abandoned station platform.
In 1892 he abandoned painting, devoting his time to arts of decoration and interior design.
" For several years Rowe contemplated how to reinvent his approach to the guitar, again finding inspiration in visual art, namely, American painter Jackson Pollock, who abandoned traditional painting methods to forge his own style.
After his return from Italy, in the disturbed patronage conditions of the French Revolution, he seems to have abandoned painting and turned to writing, although he began to exhibit in 1795, and continued to do so at various intervals up to 1814.
In the 1960s, he abandoned regular painting techniques, instead choosing to paint objects and make collages.

abandoned and for
Stravinsky, nearing the age of eighty, is like a lost and frantic bird, flitting from one abandoned nest to another, searching for a home.
After the first two were blacked out, the third light was abandoned by a terrified Italian crew, who left their light to shine for nine minutes like an unerring homing beacon until British MP's shot it out.
Fort Toulouse, on the Alabama River, had been erected in 1714 for trade with the Alabamas and Choctaws, but money was available for only one other new post, near the present Nashville, Tennessee, and this was soon abandoned.
Once he had abandoned himself to the very worst, once he had quieted all the dragons of worry and suspense, there wouldn't be very much for Mae to do.
When we say that a mythological mode of thought must be completely abandoned, we mean it must be abandoned as the sole or proper means for presenting the Christian understanding of existence.
Mr. Kennan, who has recently abandoned authorship for a new round of diplomacy as the recently appointed American ambassador to Yugoslavia, is not the only man who finds it easier to portray the past than to prescribe for the future.
The historical order was abandoned in Runic and Arabic, although Arabic retains the traditional " abjadi order " for numbering.
Under instructions from the emperor, he undertook an invasion of southern Scotland, winning some significant victories, and constructing the Antonine Wall from the Firth of Forth to the Firth of Clyde, although it was soon abandoned for reasons that are still not quite clear.
Outraged at learning that black troops had been billeted in his house in Nashville, he nullified an arrangement by Gen. Sherman to allow an abandoned coastal strip in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida be allocated to freedmen for their agricultural use.
By 1912, Ostwald noted that the allotropy of elements is just a special case of the phenomenon of polymorphism known for compounds, and proposed that the terms allotrope and allotropy be abandoned and replaced by polymorph and polymorphism.
In any case the vests were abandoned by many soldiers due to their weight on long marches as well as the stigma they got for being cowards from their fellow troops.
Tourism is also an important industry and the Annapolis Valley is known for its scenic farmland, although today some is threatened with suburban development in the eastern end, and a great deal has been abandoned.
There he lived strictly enclosed in an old abandoned Roman fort for some twenty years.
By the mid late 18th century developments in cheaper zinc distillation such as John-Jaques Dony's horizontal furnaces in Belgium and the reduction of tariffs on zinc as well as demand for corrosion resistant high zinc alloys increased the popularity of speltering and as a result cementation was largely abandoned by the mid 19th century.
** International Air Transport Association for Baker Army Air Field ( abandoned ), Baker Island, United States Minor Outlying Islands
Plans to spin off the InterBase division as a separate company were abandoned after Borland and the people who were to run the new company could not agree on terms for the separation.
" Additionally, Tallard had insisted on besieging the little town of Villingen for six days ( 16 – 22 July ), but abandoned the enterprise on discovering the approach of Eugene.
The French moved first to Tirlemont, ( as if to threaten Zoutleeuw, abandoned by the French in October 1705 ), before turning southwards, heading for Jodoigne – this line of march took Villeroi ’ s army towards the narrow aperture of dry ground between the Mehaigne and Petite Gheete rivers close to the small villages of Ramillies and Taviers ; but neither commander quite appreciated how far his opponent had travelled.
The policy had the triple benefit, from the Roman point of view, of weakening the hostile tribe, repopulating the plague-ravaged frontier provinces ( bringing their abandoned fields back into cultivation ) and providing a pool of first-rate recruits for the army.
The answers were recorded in the works of the prophets Ezekiel, Jeremiah and Second Isaiah, and in the Deuteronomistic history, the collection of historical works from Joshua to Kings: God had not abandoned Israel ; Israel had abandoned God, and the Babylonian exile was God's punishment for Israel's lack of faith.
God, according to Elihu, did not single out Job for punishment, but rather abandoned him and let him be dealt with by natural, unfriendly forces.

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