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Texcoco, State of Mexico

be traced back to the paintings made of them by José María Velasco (José María Velasco Gómez) in the late 19th century. Another myth about the site is that there were tunnels that lead all the way to Teotihuacan. In reality, the underground passages are believed to have been caves that were dynamited when North American soldiers were looking for treasure in 1847. Excavation work by INAH began in 1981, but much of the site is still unexcavated. ref name


Mission District, San Francisco

book author Latorre, Guisela title Walls of empowerment: Chicana o indigenist murals of California publisher University of Texas Press location Austin year 2008 isbn 0-292-71906-X pages 30–31 and inspired by the traditional Mexican paintings made famous by Diego Rivera. Some of the more significant mural installations are located on Balmy Alley and Clarion Alley. Music scene The Mission is rich in musical groups and performances. Mariachi bands play in restaurants throughout the district, especially in the restaurants congregated around Valencia and Mission in the northeast portion of the district. Carlos Santana spent his teenage years in the Mission, graduating from Mission High School (Mission High School (San Francisco, California)) in 1965. He has often returned to the neighborhood, including for a live concert with his band Santana (Santana (band)) that was recorded in 1969, CD Universe, ''Santana S.F. Mission District Live '69 CD''. Cduniverse.com (February 10, 2008). and for the KQED (KQED (TV)) documentary "The Mission" filmed in 1994. KQED, "The Mission". Kqed.org. The locally inspired song "Mission in the Rain" by Robert Hunter (Robert Hunter (lyricist)) and Jerry Garcia appeared on Garcia's solo album ''Reflections'' (Reflections (Jerry Garcia album)), and was played by the Grateful Dead five times in concert in 1976. David Dodd, ''The Annotated "Mission in the Rain"''. Arts.ucsc.edu. Classical music is heard in the concert hall of the Community Music Center on Capp Street. ''Community Music Center San Francisco: Mission District Branch''. Sfcmc.org. Elbo Room, a bar live music venue on Valencia Street, is home to Afrolicious, and Dub Mission, a weekly reggae dub (dub music) party started in 1996 by DJ Sep and over the years has brought many luminaries of reggae and dub music to perform there. The Mission District is also very popular for its influencing Hip-Hop Rap (Rapping) music scene. Record labels like Black N Brown Thizz Latin and Hometeam Ent. help put Mission District rappers, like Goldtoes, mousie, Gangsta Flea, The Goodfelonz, Mr. Kee, Friscasso, 10sion, and Don Louis & Colicious, get exposure through various compilations such as ''17 Reasons,'' ''18 Wit A Bullet,'' ''Organized Crime,'' ''Filthy Livin' In The Mission'', The Daily Grind's ''Fillmoe 2 Da Mission,'' and many others. There is a new generation of young and upcoming rappers who are emerging from this neighborhood such as G-One (R.I.P.), Los Da Rockstar, Gabz La Nueva Melodia, DJ Blaze, Loco C, Young Mix, Yung Dunn, and up-and-coming artist Skuchi to name a few. Other prominent musicians and musical personalities include alternative rock bands and musicians Luscious Jackson, Faith No More, The Looters (Mat Callahan#The Looters), Primus (Primus (band)), Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express (Chuck Prophet), Beck, Jawbreaker (Jawbreaker (band)). Salsa music performers Los Mocosos and Cesar Ascarrunz. Visual Arts Some well-known artists associated with the Mission District include * David Ireland (sculptor, installation artist, co-founder of Capp Street Project) * Ricardo Gouveia (a.k.a. "Rigo 23", painter, sculptor, and muralist) * Chris Johanson (painter and street artist) * Eth-Noh-Tec, Kinetic Story Theater Eth-Noh-Tec (storytelling kinetic theater) * Margaret Kilgallen (painter, printmaker, and graffiti artist) * Barry McGee (a.k.a. "Twist", painter and graffiti artist) * Ruby Neri (painter, sculptor, and graffiti artist) *Megan Wilson (conceptual, installation, and street artist) * Michael V. Rios ''The Art of Michael Rios''. Mvrios.com. (painter, designer, and muralist) * Xavier Viramontes Documentary, ''A Life in Print: Xavier Viramontes Printmaker''. Alifeinprint.net. (printmaker) * Scott Williams (Scott Williams (artist)) *San Francisco's Mission District (Mission District, San Francisco) is renowned for its densely-packed street art San Francisco Bay Guardian, Jan 18-24, 2012, p.22 along Mission Street, and all along both Clarion Alley and Balmy Alley. By 2010 street art was also being created in Hayes Valley (Hayes Valley, San Francisco), SoMa (South of Market, San Francisco), Bayview-Hunters Point (Bayview-Hunters Point, San Francisco) and the Tenderloin (Tenderloin, San Francisco). Chloe Veltman, "Street Art Moves Onto Some New Streets", ''New York Times, May 8, 2010 right thumb 200px Ross Alley in San Francisco's Chinatown 1898. (Photo by Arnold Genthe (Image:Chinatownsf-large1.jpg)) It was during the 1860s to the 1880s when San Francisco began to transform into a major city, starting with massive expansion in all directions, creating new neighborhoods such as the Western Addition (Western Addition, San Francisco), the Haight-Ashbury, Eureka Valley (Eureka Valley, San Francisco), the Mission District (Mission District, San Francisco), culminating in the construction of Golden Gate Park in 1887. The City's famous Cable Cars (San Francisco cable car system) were built around this time, a unique invention devised by Andrew Smith Hallidie in order to traverse the City's steep hills while connecting the new residential developments. San Francisco grew in cultural prominence at this time as famous writers Mark Twain, Bret Harte, Ambrose Bierce, Rudyard Kipling, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Oscar Wilde spent time in the city, while local characters developed such as Emperor Norton.


Veszprém

) carvings, during the renovation in 1907-1910. Both side naves have two-altars. North side nave have (at the main entrance to the left) the Assumption and the St George's altars. The south nave (the main entrance to the right) have the St. Anne's and the St. Emeric altars. The church wall paintings made by Szirmay Anthony. The wall paintings depict,-among other things,-Saints of the Árpád dynasty, Great St. Gregory , St. John of Nepomuk and St. Augustine of Hippo, and the four evangelists

(now Archbishop) Palace alt Püspöki (ma Érseki) palota url http: vendegvaro.utazom.com erseki-palota-veszprem email address Szentháromság tér Vár u. 16-18. lat 47.0967 long 17.9033 directions phone hours May-Oct, Tu- Su 10:00-17:00. Only guided tours! price content Late Baroque, a Jakab Fellner creation.The Great Hall and Chapel frescoes are baroque from the 18th century. The Picture Hall preserve the paintings made of bishops and archbishop of Veszprém. The image, porcelain


Arusha

purchase a few items, as they are extremely beautiful and make wonderful, unique gifts. *


Kansas City, Missouri

Kooning . As seen above in the gallery ''Woman V'' is one of a series of six paintings made by de Kooning between 1950 and 1953 that depict a three-quarter-length female figure. He began the first of these paintings, ''Woman I'' collection: The Museum of Modern Art, New York City, in June 1950, repeatedly changing and painting out the image until January or February 1952, when the painting was abandoned unfinished. The art historian Meyer Schapiro saw the painting in de Kooning's

; feel, are different both technically and aesthetically, to the violent and grotesque ''Women'' series of Willem de Kooning. (As seen below in the gallery) ''Woman V'' is one of a series of six paintings made by de Kooning between 1950 and 1953 that depict a three-quarter-length female figure. He began the first of these paintings, ''Woman I,'' collection: The Museum of Modern Art, New York City, in June 1950, repeatedly changing and painting out the image until January or February 1952


Normandy

Dupas , decorated ''Normandie'''s first class salon. The luxurious interiors were designed in Art Déco (Art Deco) and Streamline Moderne style. Many sculptures and wall paintings made allusions to Normandy, the province of France for which ''Normandie'' was named. Ardman 1985, p. 80 Drawings and photographs show a series of vast public rooms of great elegance. ''Normandie'''s voluminous interior spaces were made possible by having the funnel intakes split to pass along the sides of the ship, rather than straight upward. French architect Roger-Henri Expert was in charge of the overall decorative scheme. Commons:Normandie


Mexico City

as the backing for paintings made by Nahua (Nahua peoples) artists from Guerrero state. There are various stories as to how painting on bark paper came about but they are divided between whether it was a Nahua idea or an Otomi idea. However, it is known that both Nahua and Otomi sold crafts at the Bazar del Sábado in San Ángel in Mexico City in the 1960s. The Otomi were selling paper and other crafts and the Nahua were selling their traditionally painted pottery. ref name "


Prague

Limbourg , but like the other surviving portrait of Richard, in Westminster Abbey, is also closely related in themes to paintings made in Prague for Anne's father Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor and her brother Wenceslas, King of the Romans. Levey (1971):22-31 '''Josef Lada''' (born 17 December 1887 in Hrusice - 14 December 1957 in Prague, buried at Olšany Cemetery) was a Czech (Czech people) painter (Painting) and writer.


Manhattan

Hotel in 1996 and Etoile Restaurant which is located in the hotel several years earlier. Here Denning used his signature arm lamps with fringed shades and numerous reproduction paintings made from his own originals, housed in his apartments in Manhattan and Paris. The restaurant today is known as Table 12 and retains the earlier decorating. Denning also did the offices for the Carlisle Collection


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