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Joachim Pissarro notes that virtually every reviewer who commented on Pissarro ’ s work noted “ his extraordinary capacity to change his art, revise his position and take on new challenges .” One critic writes:
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Art historian and the artist's great-grandson Joachim Pissarro notes that they “ professed a passionate disdain for the Salons and refused to exhibit at them .” Together they shared an “ almost militant resolution ” against the Salon, and through their later correspondences it is clear that their mutual admiration “ was based on a kinship of ethical as well as aesthetic concerns ”.
As Joachim Pissarro points out, “ Once such a die-hard Impressionist as Pissarro had turned his back on Impressionism, it was apparent that Impressionism had no chance of surviving.
Joachim Pissarro states that Pissarro thereby became the " only artist who went from Impressionism to Neo-Impressionism ".
His “ headstrong courage and a tenacity to undertake and sustain the career of an artist ”, writes Joachim Pissarro, was due to his “ lack of fear of the immediate repercussions ” of his stylistic decisions.
Camille's great-grandson, Joachim Pissarro, is former Head Curator of Drawing and Painting at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City and is now a professor in Hunter College's Art Department.
In June 2006 publishers Skira / Wildenstein released Pissarro: Critical Catalogue of Paintings, compiled by Joachim Pissarro ( descendant of the painter ) and Claire Durand-Ruel Snollaerts ( descendant of the French art dealer Paul Durand-Ruel ).
* Art historian Joachim Pissarro cites The Starry Night as an exemplar of the artist's fascination with the nocturnal.
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As Joachim Fest notes, Goebbels seemed to take a grim pleasure in the destruction of Germany ’ s cities by the Allied bombing offensive: " It was, as one of his colleagues confirmed, almost a happy day for him when famous buildings were destroyed, because at such time he put into his speeches that ecstatic hatred which aroused the fanaticism of the tiring workers and spurred them to fresh efforts.
In 1853 his friend Joseph Joachim had taken as his motto " Free, but lonely ", in German, Frei aber einsam, and from the notes represented by the first letters of these words, F – A – E, Schumann, Brahms and Dietrich had jointly composed a violin sonata dedicated to Joachim.
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The last actual bishop was Matthias von Jagow ( d. 1544 ), who took the side of the Reformation, married, and in every way furthered the undertakings of Elector Joachim II.
It was designed in 1999 for the 2000 Olympic Class trials in Quiberon by Joachim Harpprecht where it won every race in the single-handed dinghy competition.
Joachim Jeremias believed that the original meaning of the parable was not an ethical one about every man.
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Architects who have been strongly influenced by the anthroposophic style include Imre Makovecz in Hungary, Hans Scharoun and Joachim Eble in Germany, Erik Asmussen in Sweden, Kenji Imai in Japan, Thomas Rau, Anton Alberts and Max van Huut in Holland, Christopher Day and Camphill Architects in the UK, Thompson and Rose in America, Denis Bowman in Canada, and Walter Burley Griffin and Gregory Burgess in Australia.
Some notable collectors were Pope Boniface VIII, Emperor Maximilian of the Holy Roman Empire, Louis XIV of France, Ferdinand I, Henry IV of France and Elector Joachim II of Brandenburg, who started the Berlin Coin Cabinet ( German: Münzkabinett Berlin ).
The composer himself claimed that he inherited the talent for music from his mother, whose nephew Joachim Friedrich was Kantor at Verden ( Telemann would later publish a treatise by Joachim Friedrich's son, who became an organist ).
After the death of his cousin, Joachim I, who was a strict Romanist, he assisted his sons in the introduction of the Reformation in the territories of the Electorate of Brandenburg.
Linguists who have been active in this field are Jennifer Jenkins, Barbara Seidlhofer, Christiane Meierkord and Joachim Grzega.
Joachim Nestor, in contrast, became known as a pugnacious adherent of Roman Catholic orthodoxy who needed the sales of indulgences and the necessary intimidation of the believers in order to recover his expenditures.
For instance Joachim Patinir He was likely the uncle of Henri Blès who is sometimes defined as a Mosan landscape painter active during the second third of the 16th century ( i. e., second generation of landscape painters )
The poet Joachim du Bellay, who lived in Rome through this period in the retinue of his relative Cardinal Jean du Bellay, expressed his scandalized opinion of Julius in two sonnets in his series Les regrets ( 1558 ).
Collectors of coins were Pope Boniface VIII, Emperor Maximilian of the Holy Roman Empire, Louis XIV of France, Ferdinand I, Elector Joachim II of Brandenburg who started the Berlin coin cabinet and Henry IV of France to name a few.
The kingdom came under many rulers: the Habsburg dynasties of both Spain and Austria ; the Franco-Spanish Bourbon dynasty which created the Kingdom of Two Sicilies, Napoleon's brother Joseph Bonaparte, and then French Marshal Joachim Murat, who was executed in the small town of Pizzo.
She also told Joachim von Ribbentrop, the German Ambassador who later became the Foreign Minister of Germany, that Hitler looked too much like Charlie Chaplin to be taken seriously.
She received her education at the school of Madame Jeanne Campan in St-Germain-en-Laye together with Napoleon's youngest sister Caroline Bonaparte, who later married Joachim Murat.
In March 2005, Hochhuth became embroiled in controversy when, during an interview with the German weekly Junge Freiheit, he defended David Irving, describing him as a " pioneer of modern history who has written magnificent books " and an " historian to equal someone like Joachim Fest ".
The painter Joachim von Sandrart is an authority for Claude's life ( Academia Artis Pictoriae, 1683 ); Baldinucci, who obtained information from some of Claude's immediate survivors, relates various incidents to a different effect ( Notizie dei professoni del disegno ).
Matsys also became the guardian of Joachim Patinir's children after the death of that painter, who is believed to have worked on some of the landscapes in Matsys ' pictures.
Joachim Treusch, who succeeded the University ’ s founding President Dr. Fritz Schaumann on July 1, 2006.
Helena's brother was the eminent Calvinist Protestant minister and pamphleteer Reverend Johan Joachim Zublin, who became known in the colonies as John Zubly.
Strauss studied counterpoint and harmony with theorist Professor Joachim Hoffmann, who owned a private music school.
In 1993 its candidate for Prime Minister was Joachim Siegerist, who lost by only one vote and ended up second.
Joachim II Hector, Elector of Brandenburg, who had converted to Lutheranism in 1539, was after the co-enfeoffment ( Mitbelehnung ) of his line of the Hohenzollern with the Prussian dukedom.
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In 1726, he also visited Parma and Milan, where Johann Joachim Quantz heard him and commented: " Farinelli had a penetrating, full, rich, bright and well-modulated soprano voice, with a range at that time from the A below middle C to the D two octaves above middle C. ... His intonation was pure, his trill beautiful, his breath control extraordinary and his throat very agile, so that he performed the widest intervals quickly and with the greatest ease and certainty.
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In addition to Bonaparte himself, Louis Alexandre Berthier, Auguste de Marmont, Jean Lannes, Joachim Murat, Louis Desaix, Jean Reynier, Antoine-François Andréossy, Jean-Andoche Junot, Louis-Nicolas Davout and Dumas were all passengers on the cramped Mediterranean crossing.
# Magdalena ( b. Dresden, 7 March 1507 – d. Berlin, 25 January 1534 ), married on 6 November 1524 to Joachim Hector, then Hereditary Elector of Brandenburg.
* Grzega, Joachim ( 2005 ), " Reflection on Concepts of English for Europe: British English, American English, Euro-English, Global English ", Journal for EuroLinguistiX 2: 44-64
After a failed attempt to sign an anti-German military alliance with France and Britain and talks with Germany regarding a potential political deal, on 23 August 1939, the Soviet Union entered into a non-aggression pact with Nazi Germany, negotiated by Soviet foreign minister Vyacheslav Molotov and German foreign minister Joachim von Ribbentrop.
Joachim Westphal ( of Hamburg ) | Joachim Westphal disagreed with Calvin's theology on the eucharist.
Joachim Frederick's first marriage on 8 January 1570 was to Catherine of Brandenburg-Küstrin, daughter of John, Margrave of Brandenburg-Küstrin, and Catherine of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel.
Joachim Frederick's second marriage, on 23 October 1603, was to Eleanor of Prussia, born 12 August 1583, daughter of Albert Frederick and Marie Eleonore of Cleves.
On this tour he met Joseph Joachim at Hanover, and went on to the Court of Weimar where he met Franz Liszt, Peter Cornelius, and Joachim Raff.
Joachim had given Brahms a letter of introduction to Robert Schumann, and after a walking tour in the Rhineland, Brahms took the train to Düsseldorf, and was welcomed into the Schumann family on arrival there.
The scrolls or other decoration on the ends of lute bridges are integral to the bridge, and are not added afterwards as on some Renaissance guitars ( cf Joachim Tielke's guitars ).
* Radkau, Joachim ( 2005 ), Max Weber most important Weber biography on Max Weber's life and torments since Marianne Weber.
Magdalena was thus married, at Dresden, on 6 November 1524, to her second cousin's son Joachim Hector, the future Elector of Brandenburg.
The recent cases of Joachim Boldt and Yoshitaka Fujii in anaesthesiology have focussed attention on the role that journals play in perpetuating scientific fraud as well as how they can deal with it.
Then the feast of Saint Joachim on 16 August was moved and the date became available for another celebration, so the feast of Saint Stephen of Hungary was moved to that date, the day immediately after his death.
* March 15, 1815 – Joachim Murat, King of Naples declares war on Austria in an attempt to save his throne, starting the Neapolitan War.
* March 15 – Joachim Murat, King of Naples declares war on Austria in an attempt to save his throne, starting the Neapolitan War.
* Archbishop Joachim of Nizhny Novgorod: reportedly crucified upside down, on the Royal Doors of the Cathedral in Sevastopol, Russia in 1920