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Eakins

Thomas. 1844--1916, US painter of portraits and sporting life: a noted realist
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In 1891, Eakins painted a portrait of Amelia, simply tiding it "Miss Amelia Van Buren.
Eakins was riding at 25mph in the dark, in rain, with no bike light.
The 58-year-old Carlyle joins Paul MacLean (Ottawa), Dallas Eakins (Edmonton) and Pete DeBoer (New Jersey) as the four coaches who have been fired in the 2014-2015 NHL season.
Dallas Eakins was fired Monday as coach of the Edmonton Oilers, who have lost 15 of 16 games and are well on the way to missing the playoffs for the ninth consecutive season.
Six of the eight works are by 19th-century painter Thomas Eakins, whose work titled "The Gross Clinic" sold for $68 million in 2008.
com)-- Brownstone Poets presents Patricia Eakins, Nicholas Johnson, and Chad Parenteau, Saturday, November 2 at 2:30 p.
Among those featured: Thomas Eakins, Edward Boulton, Robert Henri, George Bellows, Ida Wells Stroud and Clara Stroud, Mildred Miller, Hugh Campbell, and Richard Blossom Farley.
Eighteen-year-old Jim Cagney wasn't quite sure why this painting by Thomas Eakins crowded his thoughts as the young catcher crouched behind home plate, knees sore and shin guards dotted with perforated chalk lines.
EAKINS ELIZABETH January 25, 2013 (Things I feel most deeply, are the hardest things to say, dearest Mum I loved you, in a very special way.
2011 SECAC Award for Excellence in Scholarly Research and Publication Akela Reason, University of Georgia, Thomas Eakins and the Uses of History
The Getty's collection contains an array of photographs by prominent figures who have used photography in this or similar ways, including Edgar Degas (1834-1917), Thomas Eakins (1844-1916), Charles Sheeler (1883-1965; Fig.