Davies, Arthur

Davies, Arthur (Bowen)

(1862–1928) painter; born in Utica, N.Y. Although he was a decorative painter, he is remembered as the president of the Association of American Painters and Sculptors, an organization that produced the influential Armory Show in New York (1913). This exhibition presented the current work of American and European artists and created significant interest in contemporary art.
The Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, by John S. Bowman. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1995. Reproduced with permission.
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Wales squad: Andy Booth, Tony Clement, Adrian Davies, Arthur Emyr, David Evans, Ieuan Evans (capt), Steve Ford, Scott Gibbs, Mike Hall, Robert Jones, Mike Rayer, Mark Ring, Paul Arnold, Richie Collins, Phil Davies, Mark Davis, Laurance Delaney, Mike Griffiths, Garin Jenkins, Emyr Lewis, Phil May, Martyn Morris, Kevin Moseley, Ken Waters, Richard Webster, Hugh Williams-Jones.
The 48-year-old from Tollesby works alongside Steven Johnson, Neil Rogers, Andrew Davies, Arthur Turner and Jerry Croll.
Rodney Masters 'He was supremely game' jjOwner Henry Alper jjTrainers Brian Swift, Colin Davies, Arthur Pitt **Jockey Jimmy Uttley **Festival wins 3 Champion Hurdles (1968-70) **Other big wins 1967 Challow Hurdle, Victor Ludorum Hurdle, Triumph Hurdle (April meeting), 1968 Schweppes Gold Trophy, 1969 Lonsdale Hurdle, Welsh Champion Hurdle, 1970 Sweeps Hurdle **Ran 51 races over jumps, won 18 **What you didn't know He carried the claret-and-blue colours of West Ham United; his pacemaker in the 1970 Champion Hurdle was Bobby Moore **What they said about him "Persian War wasn't the best of jumpers.
Thomas and Davies were in the Bala team, that beat Padeswood & Buckley 4-1 in the Mail Classic, along with Gareth Davies, Arthur Arrowsmith and Alwyn Roberts.
The donors include comedians Alan Davies, Arthur Smith, Ben Elton and Sean Lock, Planet Earth producer Alastair Fothergill, bestselling science authors Marcus Du Sautoy, John Gribbin, Phillip Ball and Frank Close, historians Gary Sheffield and Ronald Hutton, and Viz cofounder Chris Donald.
Among the invited speakers are Paul Davies, Arthur Peacocke, Ervin Laszlo, Matthieu Ricard, Trinh Xuan Thuan, George Coyne, Steven J.
A tree, and the odd engine cylinder or two, aren't the only things that crack in the new London revival of "All My Sons." As directed, rivetingly, by Howard Davies, Arthur Miller's first Broadway hit is cracked wide open to expose a harrowing examination of the human psyche stripped bare.
The ages of these guys is from 16 to over 60 and names as I remember are, left to right: Old Wilf, Ted Gull, Gordon Venis, John Hunt, Davy O'Conner, Mac Preston, John 'Eddie'' Davies, Arthur Laville, Dennis
He names the others as (back, from left) Headmaster George Jones, Anthony Davies, Arthur Dennis, Arthur Thelwell, Peter Jones, Wilf Bateman, Tommy Griffiths, Jack Lovelock and teacher Bessie Parry.
Former Welsh internationals Stuart Davies, Arthur Emyr and Alan Donovan, also attended.