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Esaias

(ēzā`yəs), variant of IsaiahIsaiah
, prophetic book of the Bible. It is a collection of prophecies from a 300-year period attributed to Isaiah, who may have been a priest. Some scholars argue that a long-lived "school" of Isaiah preserved his oracles and supplemented them in succeeding centuries.
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For the graphic tradition that leads to the naturalistic landscape paintings of Esaias van de Velde, Van Goyen, Van Ruysdael and so on, Gibson convincingly maintains that two artists were more important than Goltzius: the Amsterdam draughtsman, engraver and publisher Claes Jansz Visscher (1587-1652), and the prominent Utrecht artist Abraham Bloemaert (see Figs.
Bowman and Esaias (1981) have, in fact, described tidal mixing zones around the perimeter of the basin and over the several lateral sills traversing the basin.
The most innovative proponents of the rustic landscape, and this is no surprise, are the great Haarlem printmakers of the first quarter of the seventeenth century: Claes Jansz Visscher first and foremost, but also Willem Buytewech and the cousins Esaias and Jan II van de Velde.
Wayne Esaias, an amateur beekeeper and member of the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center told the Salon roundtable, "I think we are facing a series of problems like this, problems that are environmental in nature, and this has to be a real eye-opener for me as to how poorly prepared this country and countries around the world are in taking note of how climate change or global change will impact our ecosystems.
But Luke's scene, "There was delivered unto him the book of the prophet Esaias.
Sheepfold in the Waters (1856), a devout romance set in an island off the coast of Schleswig, and Wolfe o} the Knoll (1860), poems by the Swedish Gothicist Bishop Esaias Tegner and others, along with her own, inspired by the German geographer Johann Georg Kohl's Marschen und Inseln der Herzogthumcr Schicswig und Holstein.
Inspired by works of Aelbert Cuyp, Esaias van de Velde, and Paulus Potter, he became more and more interested in painting animals: sheep flocks on country roads, oxen in plowing scenes.
I am particularly sorry to have missed two performances in Bern's splendid Statdttheater of Vincent d'Indy's 'Fervaal', a product of the nineteenth-century Celtic revival based on the novel "Axel' by Esaias Tegner and first performed in Brussels in 1897.
Well, although the Night Garden characters were the stars of the show as far as the kids were concerned, the real heroes were performers/puppeteers Sally Ann Badger, Greta Clough, Andy Peart, Cassie Newby, Ruth Calkin, Mark Esaias, Lucy Hall and Blake Scott.
note: Instead of translating the Russian in Soloviev's text or using Duddington's rendition, I have borrowed English lines from what may be the most coherent translation-in-verse of Esaias Tegner's saga, published under the title Fridthjof's Saga: A Norse Romance, trans.
Among the eighteen members of the Nobel Literature Committee, only the Orientalist Esaias Henrik Vilhelm Tegner (1843-1928) knew Bengali.
In terms of landscapists, there are very fine sheets by Nicolaes Berchem, Lambert Doomer, Jan van Goyen, Jan Lievens, Pieter Molyn, Cornelis van Poelenburch, the Saftlevens (Cornelis and Herman), Esaias van de Velde, Cornelis Vroom and Antoni Waterloo.