Blood on the canvas: the greatest feuds in art history
In his exhibition You Were Shit in the 80s, artist Mackie imagines fictional feuds between great artists. He didn’t need to. Real art history is riddled with rivalries – from Leonardo’s attempted cast...
Van Gogh landscape to be shown for first time in 100 years
The significance of two handwritten numbers scribbled almost imperceptibly on the back had been overlooked until now. They have been found to correspond precisely with those on two separate lists of V...
Paul Gauguin Biography
Paul Gauguin - Biography. The complete works, large resolution images, ecard, rating, slideshow and more! One of the largest Paul Gauguin resource on the web!
Tahitian girls painting by Paul Gauguin 'becomes world's most expensive single work of art'
Qatar is understood to have acquired Gaugin's Nafea Faa Ipoipo (When Will You Marry?) for its state-run museums, just three years after spending £160million on a painting by Paul Cezanne.
Roderick Rose District Judge 1889-1896
Judge Rose was born in Smiths Falls, Canada, May 15, 1838. He moved with his parents to Woodstock, Canada, where he received his education. In 1858 he moved to Iowa where he was principal of the Monte...
Edwin Lord Weeks
Edwin Lord Weeks (1849 1903), American artist, was born at Boston, Massachusetts, in 1849. He was a pupil of Léon Bonnat and of Jean-Léon Gérôme, at Paris. H...
Camille Pissarro
Here are works by another of my favorite Jewish artists, Camille Pissarro. Pissarro was born in Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas (now part of the U.S. Virgin Isl...
Paul Gauguin
The works of Gauguin [French Post-Impressionist Painter, 1848-1903] The voices of The Tahitian Choir.
Edwin Lord Weeks - YouTube
Sep 30, 2008 ... Edwin Lord Weeks (1849 1903), American artist, was born at Boston, Massachusetts, in 1849. He was a pupil of Léon Bonnat and of Jean-Léon ...
Frederick Augustus Klein
Frederick Augustus Klein (1827–1903), or F. A. Klein as he is called in much of the literature, was a Church Missionary Society (CMS) missionary in the Middle East. He is remembered for his 1868...
Zygmunt Gorgolewski
Zygmunt Gorgolewski (February 14, 1845 – July 6, 1903) was a Polish architect, renowned for his construction of the Grand Theatre in Lwów (Lviv). Gorgolewski was born in Solec (Schulitz), Provin...
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Blood on the canvas: the greatest feuds in art history
In his exhibition You Were Shit in the 80s, artist Mackie imagines fictional feuds between great artists. He didn’t need to. Real art history is riddled with rivalries – from Leonardo’s attempted cast...
Eugène Cormon
Pierre-Étienne Piestre, known as Eugène Cormon (May 5, 1810 – March 1903), was a French dramatist and librettist. He used his mother's name, Cormon, during his career.Cormon wrote dramas, comedi...
James William Adams
Reverend James William Adams VC (24 November 1839 – 24 October 1903) was born in Cork and was an Irish recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face...
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Louis-Frédéric Schützenberger
Louis-Frédéric Schützenberger (Strasbourg September 8, 1825, Strasbourg April 17, 1903) was a French painter.
Schützenberger was born in an Alsatian family of famous brewers in Strasbourg. He was ...
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Roderick Rose District Judge 1889-1896
Judge Rose was born in Smiths Falls, Canada, May 15, 1838. He moved with his parents to Woodstock, Canada, where he received his education. In 1858 he moved to Iowa where he was principal of the Monte...
Edward J. Smith (Canadian politician)
Edward John Smith (1819 – 1903) was a merchant and political figure in New Brunswick, Canada. He represented Westmorland County from 1875 to 1878 as a Liberal member.He was born in Shediac, New ...
Edward J. Smith (Canadian politician) - Wikipedia
Duke Nicholas of Württemberg
Duke Nicholas of Württemberg (German: Herzog Nikolaus von Württemberg; 1 March 1833 – 22 February 1903) was an officer in the army of the Austrian Empire.
Duke Nicholas was born at Carls...
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Peter Lesley
J. Peter Lesley (17 September 1819 – 1 June 1903) was an American geologist.
He was born in Philadelphia. It is recorded by Sir Archibald Geikie that he was christened Peter after his father and g...
Peter Lesley - Wikipedia
Jaimal Singh
Baba Jaimal Singh (1839–1903), popularly called "Baba Ji Maharaj", was a Punjabi sikh who became a disciple of Soami Shiv Dayal (the Sant Mat saint of Agra and founder of the Radha Soami spiritual mov...
Samuel D. Hastings
Samuel Dexter Hastings (July 24, 1816 – March 26, 1903) was an American merchant, banker, real estate dealer, activist, legislator and reformer from Wisconsin who served two one-year terms in the Wisc...
Susette LaFlesche Tibbles
Susette La Flesche, (later Susette LaFlesche Tibbles) also called Inshata Theumba (Bright Eyes) (1854 – 1903), was a well-known Native American writer, lecturer, interpreter and artist of the O...
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Archduchess Elisabeth Franziska of Austria
Elisabeth Franziska Maria, Archduchess of Austria, Princess of Hungary and Bohemia (17 January 1831, Buda, Hungary – 14 February 1903, Albertina, Austria-Hungary).Elisabeth of Austria was born i...
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Otto Franz von Möllendorff
Otto Franz von Möllendorff (1848–1903) was a German scientist, a malacologist. In 1894, Jose Rizal sent (from Dapitan) to Möllendorff (who was in Manila at that time) specimens of large sea snails kno...
Jack Easton
John S. Easton (February 28, 1865 – November 28, 1903) was a 19th-century Major League Baseball pitcher from 1889 to 1894.
Edward Byles Cowell
Edward Byles Cowell FBA (January 23, 1826 – February 9, 1903) was a noted translator of Persian poetry and the first professor of Sanskrit at Cambridge University. Cowell was born in Ipswich, and beca...
Anna-Kajsa Norman
Anna-Kajsa Norman (1820–1903), known as Spel-Stina or Spelstina (Playing Stina), was a Swedish folk musician, a spelman (violinist), and a composer.
Norman was born in Dalarna and lived her adult ...
Richard M. Upjohn
Richard Michell Upjohn, FAIA, (March 7, 1828 – March 3, 1903) was an influential American architect, co-founder and president of the American Institute of Architects.
Uphohn was born on March 7, 1...
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