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Cairo

the Armenian poet Raffi (Raffi (poet)). His father Arto Cavoukian was a well-known portrait photographer with a studio on Bloor Street in Toronto. His older brother Onnig Cavoukian, known as "Cavouk," is also a famous portrait photographer. His younger sister is Ann Cavoukian, Ontario's Information and Privacy Commissioner. DATE OF BIRTH July 8, 1948 PLACE OF BIRTH Cairo, Egypt DATE OF DEATH In 1946, Chapman was elected to the Sedleian Professor


Saint Petersburg

years to study government and modern military techniques. In 1896, having received formal confirmation as Crown Prince of Bukhara by the Russian government, he returned home. In 1912, Altman moved to Saint Petersburg. His famous ''Portrait of Anna Akhmatova'', conceived in Cubist (Cubism) style, was painted in 1914. From 1915 to 1917, Nathan Altman was the teacher at Mikhail Bernstein's private art school. After 1916 he started to work as a stage designer. Scouting started


NASA

was mounted on four legs resembling lunar module struts. Thus, the coffee table book came inside its own lunar-themed "coffee table", with an uneven surface (see photograph). The package included a numbered print of the famous portrait (:File:Aldrin Apollo 11 original.jpg) of Buzz Aldrin standing on the moon, framed in plexiglass and signed by the astronaut himself


Toronto

; is also a famous portrait photographer. His younger sister is Ann Cavoukian, Ontario's Information and Privacy Commissioner. Within the village is the Old Court Hotel which was the ancestral home of the Gwillim family, and was lived in for a while by John Graves Simcoe, first Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada (1791–1796) and founder of Toronto. Whitchurch Township (Whitchurch-Stouffville) in Ontario was named by Simcoe after the birthplace of his wife


Philadelphia

Cochran’s Third Addition to Edgewater url http: www.edgewaterhistory.org tour050918 index.html publisher Edgewater Historical Society accessdate 20 August 2010 Bryn Mawr is Welsh (Welsh language) for ''Big Hill''. Born in Mercer, Pennsylvania, he became one of the most famous portrait painters of Philadelphia. He was also known for his Italian panoramas, most of which he created during an eight year stay in Italy. Family His father, also named Henry Erben (born in New York City in 1801; died there in May 1883), was an organ (organ (music)) builder, apprenticed in 1818 to Thomas Hall, an organ builder. His grandfather Peter Erben (born in Philadelphia in 1771; died in New York City in 1863) was an organist. After the death of his father, who was one of the early German (German people) settlers in Pennsylvania, Peter moved to New York City, where he became an organ builder, and was also organist in Trinity parish (Trinity Church (Manhattan)) from 1807 until 1839. Robbie grew up in Harlem, and as a teenager was a classmate of Lonnie Thompson Lincoln, later infamous as the brutal hit man Tombstone (Tombstone (comics)). Writing an article for the high school newspaper about Lincoln's bullying and extortion, Robbie retracted it after being threatened by Lincoln. Years later, while working as a reporter in Philadelphia, Robbie encountered Lincoln again, who this time had just murdered one of Robbie's contacts. Once again, Lincoln threatened Robertson, and the journalist fled to New York and began working for the ''Bugle''. He told no one of the murder he witnessed. birth_place Cappagh, County Tyrone, Ireland death_place Philadelphia, Pennsylvania placeofburial Postbellum life Patterson again returned to his cotton milling business and wrote a book, ''A Narrative of the Campaign in the Valley of the Shenandoah, in 1861'', published in 1865. He was also President of the Aztec Club of 1847 from 1867 to 1881. Patterson died in Philadelphia and is buried there in Laurel Hill Cemetery. His son Francis Engle Patterson (Francis E. Patterson) and his son-in-law John Joseph Abercrombie were both Union generals during the American Civil War. DATE OF DEATH August 7, 1881 PLACE OF DEATH Philadelphia, Pennsylvania birth_date


Egypt

to Canada in 1958, eventually settling in Toronto, Ontario. His mother named him after the Armenian poet Raffi (Raffi (poet)). His father Arto Cavoukian was a well-known portrait photographer with a studio on Bloor Street in Toronto. His older brother Onnig Cavoukian, known as "Cavouk," is also a famous portrait photographer. His younger sister is Ann Cavoukian, Ontario's Information and Privacy Commissioner. History It was historically subject to raids


France

contrapuntal work consists of fourteen canons built on the first eight bass notes from the aria of the ''Goldberg variations''. It was found in 1974, in Strasbourg (Alsace, France), forming an appendix to Bach's personal printed edition of the ''Goldberg Variations''. Among those canons, the eleventh and the thirteenth are a sort of first version of BWV 1077 and BWV 1076, which is included in the famous portrait of Bach painted by Elias Gottlob Haussmann in 1746. http


United States

interest in politics. His memoirs, which were published in 1961 under the title ''The World Mine Oyster'', concluded with a confident message on the indestructibility of humanism. Mihai Sorin Rădulescu - Pe urmele lui Matila C. Ghyka - România literară October 24–31, 2008 continued to establish himself as a world-famous portrait artist. He moved to the United States


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