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Temagami

was convicted of trespassing in early 1990 for having protested against logging operations in Temagami, and participated in a peace camp later in the same year in support of native demonstrators in Oka (Oka, Quebec) (''Montreal Gazette'', 22 September 1990), Between the years of 1919 and 1929, Milne lived in Boston Corners and the surrounding areas, focusing his artistic work on the landscape. In 1929, Milne returned to Canada to paint in Temagami, Weston and Palgrave (Palgrave, Ontario). He separated from his wife in 1933, moved to Port Severn, Ontario and sold many of his paintings to prominent art patrons Vincent Massey and Alice Massey. Silcox: David Milne, 39 - 44, 52. In the late 1930s, Milne settled down in Uxbridge, Ontario with Kathleen Pavey, a nurse, and the two had a son (also David) in 1941. During the later years of his life, Milne worked again in watercolours, and changed his subject matter to more whimsical, fantasy and childlike inspirations. He continued to travel to Algonquin Park and Baptiste Lake to paint the Canadian landscape. Silcox: David Milne, 54.


Mitchell, South Dakota

Institute of Chicago at age 14 (by that time Chicago). Fraser arrived at a time when he could participate in much artistic work associated with the World's Columbian Exposition. This World's Fair involved the production of massive amount of architectural sculptures. *'''KDLT''' NBC affiliate in Sioux Falls, South Dakota (Channel 46); ATSC (ATSC Standards) (digital) channel 47 **'''KDLV''' Mitchell, South Dakota (Channel 5); ATSC (digital) channel 26 *'''KQDS (KQDS-TV)''' Fox (Fox Network) affiliate in Duluth, Minnesota (Channel 21); ATSC (digital) channel 17 '''Dakota Wesleyan University''' ('''DWU''') is a four-year university located in Mitchell, South Dakota, founded in 1885, that is affiliated with the United Methodist Church. The student body averages slightly less than 800 students. The campus of the university is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. '''Jared Thomas Reiner''' (born April 8, 1982 in Mitchell, South Dakota) is an American (United States) professional basketball player. - Mitchell Christian High School Private Mitchell (Mitchell, South Dakota) Davison (Davison County, South Dakota) Golden Eagles - - Mitchell High School Public Mitchell (Mitchell, South Dakota) Davison (Davison County, South Dakota) Kernels - - Second Chance High School Alternative public Mitchell (Mitchell, South Dakota) Davison (Davison County, South Dakota) - 112. Sioux Falls (Sioux Falls, South Dakota) - Mitchell (Mitchell, South Dakota) - Aberdeen (Aberdeen, South Dakota) - Pierre (Pierre, South Dakota) '''KSFY-TV''' '''KABY-TV''' '''KPRY-TV''' Early career Morrison's father John is a basketball coach, and the family moved with his coaching career: Casper College in Northwest Casper, Wyoming (Casper, Wyoming), Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell, South Dakota, and Dawson Community College in Glendive, Montana. When Morrison was in the fourth grade, his father left coaching


Szeged

. It was built between 1913 and 1930, in neo-Romanesque style according plans of Frigyes Schulek and Erno Foer. It is the fourth largest church in Hungary. The dome is 54m outside (33m above the inside floor) and the towers are both 91m high. The cathedral decorated inside and outside with numerous mosaics, statues and low-reliefs. Europe's third largest '''church organ''' with over nine thousand pipes is in the Cathedral. One of the most remarkable artistic work among the inside statues is "Christ on the Cross" by János Fadrusz which won Grand Prix in Paris in 1900. Another curiosity is on the '''ceiling of the sancuary''' where maria is depicted dressed in shepherd's felt cloak and Szeged slippers in mosaics. In the '''crypt''' of the Cathedral eminent clerical personalities are buried. The "Heroes' bell" (or bell of St. Gellert) in the tower on the Tisza side weights 8600kg,-made in 1927,-only seven times per year used. The second biggest bell of the church is 'St. Emeric', (2669kg, made in 1927) and there are more three smaller bells. - '''Walk around''' clockwise start at the main entrance (from Cathedral square), Chapel of St. Demetrius, altarpiece of St. Joseph of Kalazant, St. Stephen's side altar, War of the gate (left side, mid part, above the inscription: "Vae Victis" - "Woe to the defeated!"), Cross Fadrusz or Christ on the Cross sculpture (see above), St. Gerard altar, Sacred Heart altar, on the left side of main altar is the St. Demetrius relic shop, before the main altar is the altar with St. Gerard relics, on right of the main oltar is the sacristy, St. Anthony altar, Holy Cross altar, gravestone of Klebelsberg, Gate of Peace (side entrance, above the inscription: "Venite adoremus" - "Come, let us worship"), St. Ladislaus side altar, a altar painting of 'Women at the cross', chapel of 'Maria, the Helper'. * WikiPedia:Szeged Commons:Szeged


Novosibirsk

, Irkutsk, Saint Petersburg label63 : — An envelope dedicated to Trans-Himalayan Expedition of N. Roerich was issued in Novosibirsk Advertising news agency “Siberia”, 2009-01-12. !-- Today, the Nicholas Roerich Museum in New York City is a major center for Roerich's artistic work. His paintings can be seen in several museums including the Roerich Department of the State Museum of Oriental Arts in Moscow


Nizhny Novgorod

. Roerich was issued in Novosibirsk Advertising news agency “Siberia”, 2009-01-12. !-- Today, the Nicholas Roerich Museum in New York City is a major center for Roerich's artistic work. His paintings can be seen in several museums including the Roerich Department of the State Museum of Oriental Arts in Moscow; the Roerich Museum at the International Centre of the Roerichs in Moscow; the Russian State Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia; a collection in the Tretyakov Gallery


Faroe Islands

appearance of painting. But despite of this, the islands have a very active art scene. A great many of the Faroese artists of today resent being reminded of the fact that Faroese art is a comparatively recent phenomenon. They find such an observation annoying as regards their artistic work, and they claim that such a statement has no bearing whatsoever on them as artists as their frame of reference is both local and global. http: www.bryggenart.com en art_faroese.php '''Faroese art''' is art by artists living in the Faroe Islands and art by Faroese nationals living abroad. In the Faroe Islands art is an important part of everyday life and in the public debate. It may be the special light in the Faroes which causes so many to express themselves in painting. The everchanging Faroese weather and light, provides opportunities for endless nuances. Something which has fascinated both foreign and local artists over the years. However, the history of Faroese (Faroese people) art is short, and can only be dated a couple of hundred years back. Lack of time, light and materiel may have caused the late appearance of painting. But despite of this, the islands have a very active art scene. A great many of the Faroese artists of today resent being reminded of the fact that Faroese art is a comparatively recent phenomenon. They find such an observation annoying as regards their artistic work, and they claim that such a statement has no bearing whatsoever on them as artists as their frame of reference is both local and global. http: www.bryggenart.com en art_faroese.php * Estonia – Levadia Tallinn (FC Levadia Tallinn) * Faroe Islands – HB Tórshavn * Finland – Haka (FC Haka) '''Jón Rói Jacobsen''' (born 7 April 1983) is a Faroese (Faroe Islands) football defender currently playing for BK Frem. '''Todi Adam Jónsson''' (born 2 February 1972) is a retired Faroese (Faroe Islands) football striker who has been playing for Danish premier league clubs Lyngby FC and FCK (FC København), Norwegian club Start (IK Start) and Danish club Fremad Amager. He started and ended his football career at Faroese side KÍ (KÍ Klaksvík). Tipsbladet.dk (''Danish'') He has played 45 matches for Faroe Islands national football team and is currently (2012) number two on the top goal scorer's list with 9 goals. Football.fo Jónsson is the most scoring foreign football player in the Danish Superliga (Premier League) with 72 goals. Ligafodbold.dk He is top scorer for FCK at all times together with Lars Højer Nielsen, they have scored 54 goals each for FCK. Superstars.dk, FLEST MÅL FOR FCK, ALLE International career In the Faroe Islands Todi is the most successful football player of all time, having played on an internationally high level for the better part of a decade with the Danish Champions FC Copenhagen. Furthermore Todi was the most successful goalscorer for the Faroe Islands national football team with 9 goals in 45 caps, until Rógvi Jacobsen scored his 9th goal against Lithuania in September 2007, then fully overtaking Todi's record away to Italy two months later. Todi is also the only Faroese player to score a hat-trick in an international match. (Bergur Magnussen did score 6 times in the match against the Åland Islands back in 1989, but this match is not officially recognised.) However, Todi is also remembered for his premature and controversial international retirement in the spring of 2001, as he wanted to concentrate himself fully on his club career. After that Todi won only two more caps, in 2005. - 1 15 July 1991 Ovari vøllur, Tórshavn, Faroe Islands Commons:Category:Faroe Islands WikiPedia:Faroe Islands Dmoz:Regional Europe Faroe Islands


Amman

inhabited by several civilizations. The first culture on record is during the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B period, around 7250 BC, when archaeological discoveries in 'Ain Ghazal, located in eastern Amman, showed evidence of not only a settled life but also the growth of artistic work, which suggests that a well-developed culture inhabited the area at that time.


Providence, Rhode Island

in a 1967 show called "New Documents" which was curated by John Szarkowski and which also featured the work of Garry Winogrand and Lee Friedlander. Some of her artistic work was done on assignment. Although she continued to photograph on assignment (e.g., in 1968 she shot documentary photographs of poor sharecroppers (Sharecropping) in rural South Carolina for ''Esquire'' magazine "The Other


Kosovo

hundred people in Serbia and Kosovo. THE CRISIS IN KOSOVO Human Rights Watch 2000 *Top Picks, in 1993 by ''Rolling Stone Magazine'' for the artistic work Brinkley did on Billy Joel's cover album ''River of Dreams''. ref name


Russian Empire

opportunity. Shevchenko went as a household servant with his Russian aristocrat lord Pavel Engelhardt to Vilnius (1828–31) and then to Saint Petersburg. In 1844, distressed by the condition of Ukrainian regions in the Russian Empire, Shevchenko decided to capture some of his homeland's historical ruins and cultural monuments in an album of etchings, which he called ''Picturesque Ukraine''. In view of his literary importance, the impact of his artistic work is often missed, although

his contemporaries valued his artistic work no less, or perhaps even more, than his literary work. A great number of his pictures, drawings and etchings preserved to this day testify to his unique artistic talent. He also experimented with photography and it is little known that Shevchenko may be considered to have pioneered the art of etching (etching (art)) in the Russian Empire (in 1860 he was awarded the title of Academician in the Imperial Academy of Arts specifically for his

to the 1920 Estonian-Soviet Peace Treaty of Tartu (Treaty of Tartu (Russian–Estonian)), but were transferred to the Russian SFSR by the Soviet authorities in 1945. The share of ethnic Russians in independent Lithuania (not including the Vilnius region, then annexed by Poland) was even smaller, about 2.5%. Stasys Vaitiekūnas "Lietuvos gyventojai per du tūkstantmečius" Inspired by the artistic work of Thomas Ender (1793-1875


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