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Brittany

. The general heading the Chouan troops was getting ready to bombard Villedieu and set it on fire. A delegation of women negotiated with him: the inhabitants were given a short time to hide their valuables and the Chouan soldiers then plundered the town for food and clothing. In 1918, Edgar and Elsie would make their home, with studio in Laguna Beach. He would organize a local art association, the Laguna Beach Art Association, and become its first president. They would spend the next four years

painting their way throughout the southwest, and to places like Canadian Rockies in British Columbia, and Alberta, Canada, and then exhibiting in the Los Angeles area. Sometimes their trips would be hiking into the backcountry, looking for undisturbed places of raw, and rare beauty, to paint, sometimes for weeks. After finding success during this period, the trio took a two-year “painting tour” of Europe, 1922-1924. Painting in Brittany, Paris, Provence, Switzerland


Normandy

Institute of Chicago and the National Academy of Design, New York (New York City). He went to Paris, where he studied at the École des Beaux-Arts and Académie Julian under William-Adolphe Bouguereau (William-Adolphe Bouguereau). He lived in France for 10 years, painting mostly landscapes of the Normandy coast. Between 1893 and 1896, he lived at the Etaples art colony, biography ref>


Madrid

, and at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. Anguissola was approximately twenty-seven when she left Italy to join the Spanish court. In the winter of 1559-1560, she arrived in Madrid to serve as a court painter and lady-in-waiting to the new queen, Elisabeth of Valois, Philip II (Philip II of Spain)’s third wife, who was an amateur portraitist. Anguissola soon gained Elisabeth's admiration and confidence and spent the following years painting many official portraits for the court


Switzerland

in Laguna Beach. He would organize a local art association, the Laguna Beach Art Association, and become its first president. They would spend the next four years painting their way throughout the southwest, and to places like Canadian Rockies in British Columbia, and Alberta, Canada, and then exhibiting in the Los Angeles area. Sometimes their trips would be hiking into the backcountry, looking for undisturbed places of raw, and rare beauty, to paint, sometimes for weeks. After


Boston

Glass was born in Boston, grew up in Lincoln, Massachusetts, and attended Concord Academy. She graduated from Yale (Yale University) in 1978. Intending to become a painter, she moved to New York City, where she lived for many years, painting in a small studio in Brooklyn and supporting herself as a free-lance editor and copy editor, including several years in the copy department of ''Cosmopolitan (Cosmopolitan (magazine))'' magazine. She lives in Marblehead, Massachusetts, with her partner, the photographer Dennis Cowley, and their two children, and works as a freelance journalist and editor. She is a previous winner of the William Faulkner - William Wisdom Creative Writing Competition. DATE OF BIRTH March 23, 1956 PLACE OF BIRTH Boston, Massachusetts, United States DATE OF DEATH '''Old Man Gloom''' is a sludge (Sludge metal) doom metal post-metal band originally formed in Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States, but now based in Massachusetts. The group, formed by Aaron Turner of Isis (Isis (band)) and Santos Montano, has now expanded to become a sort of supergroup in the Boston hardcore and metalcore scene. The group is less a band than it is a recording project for a variety of talent. By the release of their first album (''Meditations in B''), Old Man Gloom expanded to include two new members. In the film, the Baudelaire Mansion is situated in 28 Prospero Place, Boston, Massachusetts. commons:Boston


Soviet Union

with Manfred Kuttner , Lueg, and Richter. Essentially a self-taught photographer, Polke spent the next three years painting, experimenting with filmmaking and performance art. Kristine McKenna (December 3, 1995), Sigmar Polke's Layered Look : The photographs of the influential German are hard to pin down--as is the artist himself ''Los Angeles Times''. :''Section source: Baugher Baugher's Encyclopedia EB-29 and National Museum National Museum B-29D Factsheet '' The '''EB-29''' (E stands for exempt), was used as a carrier aircraft in which the bomb bay was modified to accept and launch experimental aircraft. They were converted in the years following World War II. One EB-29 was converted to carry the famous Bell X-1 until it was replaced by a B-50 (B-50 Superfortress). Another was used to carry and test the XF-85 'parasite fighter' (XF-85 Goblin). This fighter was intended to be carried by the Convair B-36 on long-range missions to protect it from Soviet (Soviet Union) fighters. Yet another EB-29 was used to carry two EF-84B Thunderjet (F-84) fighters as part of Project Tom-Tom. All three Tom-Tom aircraft and their crews were lost in a crash on April 24, 1953. Wikipedia:Post-Soviet states commons:Союз Советских Социалистических Республик


Italy

of Giulio Romano. His means did not permit him to go beyond Mantua, where he remained a month and then went to Lübeck, where he lived five years painting portraits. * ''Highlander: Scotland the Brave'', by Jennifer Roberson - Annie Devlin returns to draw Duncan into a new quest to win independence for Ireland. He is reluctant, given his history with failed attempts to free his homeland, including his culpability in the fate of the Stone of Scone. *'' Highlander


Canada

, travel to Mexico, Canada, and Europe, and even spend the summer in the Alps. But, like John Muir before him, and Ansel Adams after, it was the American West that most appealed to his heart. In 1918, Edgar and Elsie would make their home, with studio in Laguna Beach. He would organize a local art association, the Laguna Beach Art Association, and become its first president. They would spend the next four years painting their way throughout the southwest


France

It ultimately remained part of Albania, as determined by the International Boundary Commission, which affirmed the country's 1913 borders. When the city was under French administration in 1916 (the Republic of Korçë), Greek schools were closed and 200 Albanian and French language schools were opened. A few months later Greek schools were reopened as a reward and result of Greece's adhesion to the Entente (Allies of World War I) alliance, part of which was France, although the decision to reopen them was in contradiction with the wishes of the population. ref


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