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Saint Petersburg

. In 1914, he participated in an international graphics exhibition in Leipzig. In 1917–1924, he devoted most of his time to designing stage sets for various theaters—in Saint Petersburg, Odessa, Prague, Paris, and for the Royal Opera in Bucharest. In Paris, where he lived from 1923, he also worked on sets for the films Casanova and Sheherazade and continued to paint in the cubist-constructivist style (e.g., ''Composition'' (1924), ''Construction'' 1924, or ''A Person'' 1926). In the 1930s Andriienko-Nechytailo produced a series of surrealist paintings (e.g., ''A Fair Stall'' 1933). He switched to neorealism in the 1940s and painted a number of portraits as well as a series the cityscapes Disappearing Paris (such as ''Rue Carpeaux'' 1946, ''Rue Paul Barruel'' 1954, ''Rue Cambronne'' 1954, and ''Paysage du Cycle'' 1956). From 1958 he returned to constructivism and abstraction. Andriienko-Nechytailo's work is characterized by a precision of composition that harmonizes subtly with color. His stage sets are remarkable for their laconic quality and architectural schematism, and his costume designs, for their richness. His paintings can be found in the City Museum of Modern Art and the Arsenal Library in Paris, the National Library in Vienna, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the National Museum in Lviv, and Ukrainian émigré museums and private art collections. In 1912–1917, Andriienko-Nechytailo studied with Rerikh, Rylov, and Bilibin at the art school of the Society for the Promotion of the Arts in Saint Petersburg. In 1914–1916, he exhibited the composition ''Black Dome'' and his first cubist works in Saint Petersburg. In 1914, he participated in an international graphics exhibition in Leipzig. In 1917–1924, he devoted most of his time to designing stage sets for various theaters—in Saint Petersburg, Odessa, Prague, Paris, and for the Royal Opera in Bucharest. In Paris, where he lived from 1923, he also worked on sets for the films Casanova and Sheherazade and continued to paint in the cubist-constructivist style (e.g., ''Composition'' (1924), ''Construction'' 1924, or ''A Person'' 1926). In the 1930s Andriienko-Nechytailo produced a series of surrealist paintings (e.g., ''A Fair Stall'' 1933). He switched to neorealism in the 1940s and painted a number of portraits as well as a series the cityscapes Disappearing Paris (such as ''Rue Carpeaux'' 1946, ''Rue Paul Barruel'' 1954, ''Rue Cambronne'' 1954, and ''Paysage du Cycle'' 1956). From 1958 he returned to constructivism and abstraction. Andriienko-Nechytailo's work is characterized by a precision of composition that harmonizes subtly with color. His stage sets are remarkable for their laconic quality and architectural schematism, and his costume designs, for their richness. His paintings can be found in the City Museum of Modern Art and the Arsenal Library in Paris, the National Library in Vienna, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the National Museum in Lviv, and Ukrainian émigré museums and private art collections. accessdate 2008-02-15 The length of this pipeline is commons:Category:Saint Petersburg WikiPedia:Saint Petersburg Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative Regions Saint Petersburg


Prague

in Leipzig. In 1917–1924, he devoted most of his time to designing stage sets for various theaters—in Saint Petersburg, Odessa, Prague, Paris, and for the Royal Opera in Bucharest. In Paris, where he lived from 1923, he also worked on sets for the films Casanova and Sheherazade and continued to paint in the cubist-constructivist style (e.g., ''Composition'' (1924), ''Construction'' 1924, or ''A Person'' 1926). In the 1930s Andriienko-Nechytailo produced a series of surrealist paintings (e.g., ''A Fair Stall'' 1933). He switched to neorealism in the 1940s and painted a number of portraits as well as a series the cityscapes Disappearing Paris (such as ''Rue Carpeaux'' 1946, ''Rue Paul Barruel'' 1954, ''Rue Cambronne'' 1954, and ''Paysage du Cycle'' 1956). From 1958 he returned to constructivism and abstraction. Andriienko-Nechytailo's work is characterized by a precision of composition that harmonizes subtly with color. His stage sets are remarkable for their laconic quality and architectural schematism, and his costume designs, for their richness. His paintings can be found in the City Museum of Modern Art and the Arsenal Library in Paris, the National Library in Vienna, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the National Museum in Lviv, and Ukrainian émigré museums and private art collections. European Championships (1978 European Championships in Athletics) Prague, Czechoslovakia 4th Benda became the founder of a German school of violin playing. In his youth he was a chorister at Prague and afterward in the Chapel Royal at Dresden. At the same time he began to study the violin, and soon joined a company of strolling musicians who attended fetes, fairs, etc. At eighteen years of age Benda abandoned this wandering life and returned to Prague, going thence to Vienna, where he pursued his study of the violin under Carl Heinrich Graun, a pupil of Tartini. After two years he was appointed chapel master at Warsaw. In 1732, he entered the service of Frederick the Great, then prince royal of Prussia, with whom he remained the rest of his life. He was a member of the prince royal's band, and later became concertmaster to the king. Dmoz:Regional Europe Czech Republic Regions Prague Commons:Category:Prague Wikipedia:Prague


Florence

. It was with Balla in 1915 that he wrote the manifesto ''Ricostruzione futurista dell’universo'' ("Futurist Reconstruction of the Universe") which expanded upon the ideas introduced by the other futurists. In the same year he was designing stage sets and costumes for a ballet. At Naples the male soprano Giuseppe Aprile (1732–1813) (also a teacher of Cimarosa) offered him free tuition during a festival visit to Sicily in Spring 1780. Kelly, ed. Thal 1972, 52–53. Kelly went first to Gaeta, where he sang a ''salve regina'' under Aprile, who continued to give him daily lessons and dinners: then to Palermo, where he studied several hours a day as his voice dropped to a tenor. He was soon singing the tenor arias which formed the original repertoire of Giacomo Davide cf. Rosenthal and Warrack 1974. and Giovanni Ansani (1744–1826). Kelly, ed. Thal 1972, 328. With Aprile he visited many noble houses and made his first regular Festival appearance at the Chiesa Grande, Palermo, in a motet of Gennario Maro. Kelly, ed. Thal 1972, 54–60. Aprile educated him in the work of Metastasio and other Italian poets, and, their season ended, told him he was now ready to sing in any theatre in Europe. He wrote letters of introduction to Campigli, manager of the Florence Pergola Theatre, and obtained Kelly's place on a ship for Livorno. 'Under his care and patronage,' said Aprile, 'you cannot fail of success because you have the peculiar distinction of being the only public scholar I ever taught.' Kelly, ed. Thal 1972, 62. Biography Born and raised in Florence in a Protestant household, the son of sculptor Adolf von Hildebrand, Hildebrand converted to Catholicism in 1914. He was a vocal opponent of Adolf Hitler and Nazism, fleeing from Germany to Vienna, Austria in 1933 upon Hitler's rise to power. There with the support of Austrian Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss he founded and edited an anti-Nazi weekly paper, ''Der Christliche Ständestaat'' (The Christian Corporative State). For this, he was sentenced to death ''in absentia'' by the Nazis. Marble intarsia (''opere di commessi''), called ''pietre dura'' in English for the semi-precious hardstones (Hardstone carving) combined with colored marbles that are employed, is an intarsia of coloured stones inlaid in white or black marble. Early examples in Florence date from the mid fifteenth century and reached a peak of refinement and complexity in revetments of the Medici Chapel, produced under Medici patronage in the ''Opificio delle Pietre Dure'', which was established by Ferdinando I de’ Medici. Later complex designs and refinement of the art developed in Naples circa the beginning of the 17th century. The floor of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome is a particularly notable example of marble intarsia. Later this form of decoration became a feature of baroque interior design, particularly so in the Sicilian Baroque designs following the earthquake of 1693. History The airline was established in 1980 as '''Interot Airways''', but started revenue operations only in 1986 with flights from Augsburg to Düsseldorf. In 1993 it started flying to European holiday destinations for tour operators and added international scheduled services in 1994, to Florence. The co-operation with Lufthansa initiated in 1996 was accompanied by a change of name to '''Augsburg Airways'''. From 1 June 2002, its operations were restructured and in 2003 it became part of Lufthansa Regional. Augsburg Airways was purchased by Cirrus Airlines and forms part of the Cirrus Group. thumb right ''Pietà'' by Masolino da Panicale (File:Masolino, pietà, empoli.jpg). '''Empoli''' ( Commons:Category:Florence Wikipedia:Florence Dmoz:Regional Europe Italy Regions Tuscany Localities Florence


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