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Quito

, and Madrid. Early in his career, Rendón lived the Boehemian life of a Parisian artist struggling to earn money. Rendón would sell small works made out of copper in order to make money to paint. In 1937, Rendón exhibited in Guayaquil, Ecuador and in Quito in 1939. These exhibits had an enormous impact on the great masters living in these cities at the time. The works were modern and abstract in nature. Rendón preached, "the paper of the painter is to organize the possibilities


Works Progress Administration

;ref name "Meyer" A small Works Progress Administration crew arrived in 1938 and built the entrance road, flood control structures, picnic ground, and trails.


Normandy

in the small works in ivory or bone that are almost all that have survived. BBC History Especially in Northumbria, the Insular art style shared across the British Isles produced much of the finest work being produced in Europe until the Viking raids and invasions largely suppressed the movement; the Book of Lindisfarne is one example certainly produced in Northumbria. The carved stone high crosses


Nicaragua

said it would be unable to support Flores. Heade's interest in the tropics was piqued at least partly by the impact of Church (Frederic Edwin Church)'s monumental painting ''Heart of the Andes'' (1859), now in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Heade travelled in Brazil from 1863 to 1864, where he painted an extensive series of small works, eventually numbering over forty, depicting hummingbirds. He intended the series for a planned book titled "The Gems


Panama

's monumental painting ''Heart of the Andes'' (1859), now in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Heade travelled in Brazil from 1863 to 1864, where he painted an extensive series of small works, eventually numbering over forty, depicting hummingbirds. He intended the series for a planned book titled "The Gems of Brazil", but the book was never published due to financial difficulty and Heade's concerns about the quality of the reproductions. Heade


Netherlands

cabinet paintings, copper sheets (often old printmaking plates) were another rival support, from the end of the 16th century, used by many artists including Adam Elsheimer. Many Dutch painters of the Golden Age (Dutch Golden Age painting) used panel for their small works, including Rembrandt on occasion. By the 18th century it had become unusual to paint on panel, except for small works to be inset into furniture, and the like. But, for example, The National Gallery in London has two Goya portraits on panel. Transportation Since the completion of east-west running Longhai railway in 1916, Shangqiu has been a local transportation center. This standing is greatly enhanced following the construction of the Beijing-Kowloon (Hong Kong) railway in 1996, which crosses with Longhai railway at Shangqiu. Nowadays, Longhai railway has become the Chinese segment of the larger "European-Asia continental landbridge," which runs from the sea port city Lianyungang to Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Shangqiu thus obtains the name of the city of the "golden cross." On the other hand, the road transport is also convenient and getting even better. The east-west direction Lianyungang-Khorghas (Xinjiang) national route 310 and north-south Beijing-Zhuhai national routh 105 also cross at Shangqiu. Highway traffic is fast-developing too. The Shangqiu-Kaifeng segment of the Lianyungang-Khorghas highway is already in use. Future planning for highway construction is also underway. Virgiel was created in 1898 as the result of emancipation of the Catholic (Roman Catholicism) youth in the Netherlands. Catholicism had long been repressed by government policy, and Delft Catholic students wanted to unite to discuss their faith and position in society. At the time, most members also belonged to the Delftsch Studenten Corps, the oldest student fraternity sorority in town. '''Remy "The Flying Gentleman" Bonjasky''' (born January 10, 1976) is a Dutch (Netherlands) super heavyweight kickboxer of Surinamese descent. He is a three-time K-1 World Grand Prix champion, who has won the title in 2003 (K-1 World Grand Prix 2003 Final), 2004 (K-1 World Grand Prix 2004 Final), and 2008 (K-1 World Grand Prix 2008 Final). "Remy Bonjasky and Fighting for Success" by Bernie Connors, 14 January 2011, ''LiverKick.com'' He has been known for his flying kicks and knee attacks, hence the nickname of "The Flying Gentleman". '''Berbice''' is a region along the Berbice River in Guyana, which was between 1627 and 1815 a colony of the Netherlands. After having been ceded to the United Kingdom in the latter year, it was merged with Essequibo (Essequibo (colony)) and Demerara to form the colony of British Guiana in 1831. In 1966, British Guiana gained independence as Guyana. Preparations were made to attack the Dutch (Netherlands) towns, the principal trading rivals of Lübeck, when the death of Frederick I (Frederick I of Denmark), king of Denmark, in April 1533 changed the position of affairs. The Lübeckers objected to the bestowal of the Danish crown upon any prince favorable to the Empire or the Roman Catholic religion, and Wullenwever went to Copenhagen to discuss the matter. At length an alliance was concluded with Henry VIII of England; considerable support was obtained in North Germany; and in 1534 an attack was made on Christian, duke of Holstein, afterwards King Christian III (Christian III of Denmark), who claimed the throne. '''Leo Beenhakker''' ( Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands


Brazil

), now in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Heade travelled in Brazil from 1863 to 1864, where he painted an extensive series of small works, eventually numbering over forty, depicting hummingbirds. He intended the series for a planned book titled "The Gems of Brazil", but the book was never published due to financial difficulty and Heade's concerns about the quality of the reproductions. Heade nevertheless returned to the tropics twice, in 1866 journeying


India

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