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Jongkind

Johann Barthold . 1819--91, Dutch landscape painter and etcher, working in Paris: best known for his atmospheric seascapes
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Glandular trichomes have also been observed on the endocarp of paleo and neotropical species of Connarus (Dickison 1971, Corner 1976, Forero 1983, Jongkind 1989).
Vine species of the Bignoniaceae and Asteraceae families tend to be wind dispersed (Jongkind & Hawthorne, 2005).
Other major cultural sites in Normandy will illustrate the diversity of the Impressionist theme via its origins, its major sites, or its practices -- the works of Boudin and Jongkind will be on display in Cherbourg; Renoir and Pissarro will be exhibited at the Castle-Museum in Dieppe; Corot's works will be shown at the Saint-Lo Fine Arts Museum; Impressionist prints will be on display the Caen Fine Arts Museum; Riesner's paintings will be shown at the Lisieux Museum; and various depictions of the Seine will be exhibited at the Impressionist Museum in Giverny.
The painters chosen for Between Here and Now are exclusively French, except for the Dutchman, Jongkind, who painted mostly in France, and the American, Mary Cassatt, who studied in France and was helped by Degas, and Thomas keeps to the French painters from Monet to Crzanne (with six poems on paintings by Degas and five by Monet).
The artists on display include Courbet and Boudin, neither of whom considered himself to be an Impressionist; Eugene Isabey (son of a famous miniaturist) thirty-seven years older than Monet, and a follower of Delacroix; Daubigny and the Dutchman Johan Jongkind, who worked independently with Millet at Barbizon, a village in the Forest of Fontainebleau.
Whistler, Eugene Boudin, Johan Barthold Jongkind, Claude Monet, Berthe Morisot, and Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
Johan Barthold Jongkind and Eu gene Boudin focused on the ships in the harbor and the panorama of social life at the French towns along the Normandy coast.
Anyone who might be able to help the congregation in its search is asked to contact Joel Jongkind at (tel.) 519-538-5511, or (fax) 519-538-1550, or e-mail the church at knox.presbyterian@on.aibn.com.
Remmelt Jongkind has recently been appointed as the new General Manager for Napolina Europe (www.napolina.com), the brand of Italian meal ingredients owned by the international food and drinks business, Princes Limited.