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La Tour

Georges de . ?1593--1652, French painter, esp of candlelit religious scenes
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* While artists often sketch the whole of a picture when planning it, de la Tour often composed his pictures using separate drawings of each of the people.
One could certainly imagine a cleverer second-scene drunken duet for Jane and Julia -- this play's most celebrated set piece -- than Rudman manages here (although even then, de la Tour rivets the house by rather musically slurping an oyster).
The former owner of a major national chain of conference centres, English, aged 72, was the money behind the PS24 million 174-bedroom Hotel La Tour in Albert Street which opened its doors in 2012.
Finally, you'll make your own way back to Hotel La Tour for a good night's sleep.
Une trentaine d'opposants antiPoutine parmi lesquels l'ex-ministre russe Boris Nemtsov et le leader du Front de gauche Serguei Oudaltsov ont ete interpelles hier dimanche lors d'une manifestation devant la tour de television a Moscou, a constate un photographe de l'AFP.
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THE candlelight scenes of Georges de La Tour slipped into the darkness for two centuries but are now the subject of a Warwickshire exhibition at Compton Verney.
Stockton Council has been asked to loan out the Dice Players by Georges De La Tour for the exhibition which will open in November in the New South Wales Gallery in Sydney and move on next June to the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne.
Frances De La Tour has enough Olivier awards to decorate a plethora of bathrooms and, along with a stellar support cast, they bring to life Strindberg's vicious, funny masterpiece.
Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles) Very exciting to have the Getty deign to consider, much less commission, works by contemporary artists, yet despite the generally excellent roster, "Departures" was a dud--save for Prina's Vinyl IL Museological interrogation and dirge in the guise of a musical meditation on two paintings in the Getty's collection--one that looks like a de la Tour but isn't, the other a de la Tour that looks like it's by somebody else--the referential impact of the film skids gorgeously on the third meaning, the unquantifiable fun of Prina's bright red jumpsuit, and the elegiac tonalities of his singing voice.