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Corneille

(Guillaume Cornelis van Beverloo) (kôrnā`yə), 1922–2010, Belgian painter. Corneille was a member of CoBrA, the European group (1948–51) allied with abstract expressionismabstract expressionism,
movement of abstract painting that emerged in New York City during the mid-1940s and attained singular prominence in American art in the following decade; also called action painting and the New York school.
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. His work is characterized by bright, joyous color and linear, weblike configurations that often form broken representational elements.

Corneille

Pierre . 1606--84, French tragic dramatist often regarded as the founder of French classical drama. His plays include Médée (1635), Le Cid (1636), Horace (1640), and Polyeucte (1642)
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79) Corneille, 1950, 135: "le succes en fut surprenant .
La serieta ed accuratezza del lavoro trova finale coronamento nella proposta dei brani via via citati dai due autori come punti di riferimento del testo di Kreglianovich, che prendono posto in una nutrita appendice, a sua volta ripartita in due sezioni: la prima con le fonti dirette dell'autore (che propone brani di Livio, Dionigi di Alicarnasso, nonche l'Horace di Corneille nella traduzione di Placido Bordoni, usata dall'autore zaratino), la seconda con le fonti intermedie (dove trovano posto brani di S.
The canonization of Corneille, Moliere, and Racine as the masters of classical French theater has meant that in classrooms, in bookstores, in research agendas, and on the stage, the seventeenth-century theater tradition greatly overshadows its predecessor.
L'artiste Corneille disait : [beaucoup moins que]l'art est un desir brut[beaucoup plus grand que].
Mr Corneille said the Civil Service would "save a lot of money" on the new deal.
The structure adopted by Allen is simple but effective: studying the artistic careers of Le Brun and his pupils (although Houasse, Verdier, Licherie and Michel Corneille the Younger are missing) and then introducing Pierre Mignard and demonstrating the rise of rubenisme, which would triumph at the beginning of the eighteenth century with La Fosse and Antoine Coypel.
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Commercial director Enda Corneille said: "At a time when customer confidence is at an all-time low and you have finite resources, you have to deploy them where they will generate most return.
Much more consequential and persuasive is the chapter on the passions, where Descartes, Pascal, and Corneille rightly take pride of place, but where a number of lesser-known authors and texts also act to give us a more richly detailed view of how the je-ne-sais-quoi both does and does not describe the irrational, instantaneous experience of desire.
Mrs Karen Corneille said: "The main issue is about the tress, but also about the knock-on effect if the houses are built, such as drainage, noise pollution and general disruption.
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