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Flaxman

John. 1755--1826, English neoclassical sculptor and draughtsman, noted particularly for his monuments and his engraved illustrations for the Iliad, the Odyssey, and works by Dante and Aeschylus
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In 2000, 2001, and 2002, we captured molting Long-tailed Ducks in corral traps deployed near known roost sites in Simpson Lagoon, the Maguire Islands, and Flaxman Island (Fig.
Lieutenant Harley and Lieutenant Dickinson were both shot down at the German wire, and Lieutenants Flaxman, Johnson and Page were killed in a similar manner.
Flaxman was evidently encouraged to continue with this theme and produced a companion work, Virgil Vase (c 1800), in black jasper dip, showing the Apotheosis of Virgil.
This paper was written with Greg Flaxman, John Kucsera, and Genevieve Siegel-Hawley.
Flaxman (English and comparative literature, UNC Chapel Hill) argues that, in the spirit of Nietzsche's own stylistic project, Gilles Deleuze sought, and with some success generated, new means of philosophical expression.
For the study, Amanda Williams and Samuel Flaxman from the University of Colorado in Boulder treated broad bean plants with a non-toxic chemical to strengthen up plant tissue, making them harder for pea aphids to feed on.
For all his discernment in recognising the genius of Turner and in buying work by other artists such as Joseph Nollekens, John Flaxman and Thomas Phillips, he could offer his patronage to men of considerably lesser talent.
This article, in particular, expands some of the initial ground-breaking work of Frank Bond and his colleagues within organizational settings (Bond & Bunce, 2000, 2003; Bond & Flaxman, 2006; Flaxman & Bond, 2010) in providing an overview of how the six processes integral to the ACT model (i.
It was modelled in 1778 by the great John Flaxman Jr from an ancient Etruscan vase brought back from Italy by the antiquarian Sir William Hamilton, now in the British Museum.
Greatly influenced by British illustrator John Flaxman, Moritz Retzsch worked in outline form, and his etchings were generally known as Retzsch's Outlines.
Courtney Lawrence, 31, of Ladbroke Grove, west London and David Joseph, 23, of Flaxman Road, Loughborough Junction, south east London, were cleared by the jury after 43 hours of deliberations.
on Wry: The Private Life of a Public Broadcaster" is a memoir from Fred Flaxman, a man who has worked with Public television for much of his life.