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Félix Portraits 2010

The Guattari Effect

Continuum, 2011

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...Charles-Alphonse Dufresnoy was born in Paris in 1611; his father, Mathieu, an apothecary of the rue Saint-Honoré, intended him to study medicine and educated him with a focus on the sciences. The boy learned geometry, anatomy...
...Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture Rome Toulouse Troyes Hilaire Pader was born in Toulouse on 24 February 1617. He was a provincial painter who made a modest contribution to shaping classical doctrine in France. He studied painting...
...Bernard Dupuy Du Grez was born in Toulouse in 1639 to a family of lawyers. He was a lawyer at the local parliament and an amateur painter and art theorist, rather like his contemporary Catherinot in Bourges, to whom Dupuy remained superior...

Richardson, Jonathan (1665–1745)

John Valdimir Price

John Valdimir Price was formerly Senior Lecturer and Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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...Richardson, Jonathan Jonathan Richardson died suddenly at Bloomsbury, London on 28 May 1745. His father died when he was about twelve years old, and when his mother remarried, his stepfather found him employment as an apprentice scrivener...
...Amstel, Cornelis Ploos van Cornelis Ploos van Amstel was born in Weesp (near Amsterdam) in 1726, and died in Amsterdam in 1798. He is known for his large art collection, for his original and idiosyncratic experimentation with reproduction...
...Washington, George Talleyrand-Périgord, Charles Maurice de Morris, Robert Morris, Lewis, Jr. Morris, Gouverneur Jay, John Gouverneur, Sarah Flahaut, Adèle de John Morgan was the main architect of the Philadelphia Medical School, the first...
...Virginia Literary Museum, The Tucker, St George Biography of Jefferson Voyage to the Moon, A Tucker, George Stewart, Dugald Reid, Thomas Hume, David Fieser, James Brown, George American Philosophical Society (APS) John Trumbull painted...
...A miniature portraitist, painter, and author, Charles Fraser exemplifies the cultural ambitions of antebellum Charleston, South Carolina, which during this period was often hailed as “the Queen of the South.” He was born in Charleston...
...William Strickland was one of the earliest native-born American architects and a major figure in shaping Greek Revival as the architectural style for monumental public buildings in the United States. He was the eldest son...