Gimpel

Gimpel

a baker, foolish to the point of saintliness, is cuckolded and mocked, becomes a Wandering Jew. [Jewish Lit.: Singer Gimpel the Fool in Weiss, 174]
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One is by Damien Hirst, and the other was made in the 20th century for Rene Gimpel, an art dealer who was married to one of the Vuitton daughters.
The distinguished Polish pianist Jakob Gimpel courageously agreed on short notice to take over Kerr's piano studio that fall.
He has had solo exhibitions at Haas Gallery of Art, Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA; Alysia Duckler Gallery, Portland, OR; Fleisher/Ollman, Philadelphia, PA; Joseph Rickards Gallery, New York; and Gimpel Weitzenhoffer Gallery, New York.
The gallery did this through borrowing back works from Maggie's (Centre and the Freeman Hospital), and supplementing works from our own collection with pieces from Albert's London gallery Gimpel Fils.
2007; McKee and Teigen 2009; Wing and Walker 2010; Cho, Gimpel and Hui 2013; Pattie and Johnston 2014).
During these surveys, Pseudococcus jackbeardsleyi Gimpel & Miller was identified for the first time from Cote d'Ivoire, a new continental record for Africa.
This suited Tower admirably: he mixed with artists in other media and gained through one of them an introduction to the influential London gallery, Gimpel Fils, where he had a one-person exhibition in 1951.
Piaget, Moreno) provided in the study of the social behavior of the child (Lopes, Rutherford, Cruz, Mathur, & Quinn, 2006; Merrell & Gimpel, 1998).
The study began as a class project by then-student Kevin Gimpel, now a research assistant professor at Toyota Technological University at Chicago.
Not surprisingly, Gimpel, Lee, and Thorpe found that counties that already had lots of roads and other public installations profited handsomely, harvesting an average of $50 more per capita than less endowed counties.