Vernet


Also found in: Medical, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

Vernet

(vĕrnā`), French family of painters. Claude Joseph Vernet, 1714–89, marine painter, b. Avignon, studied with his father, Antoine Vernet, a decorative painter, and in Rome, where he acquired a reputation for fine work. He was summoned to Paris in 1753 and commissioned by the king to paint the famous series of seaports of France. He finished 14 of them (Louvre). His son Antoine Charles Horace Vernet, 1758–1835, called Carle Vernet, rose to fame under the empire with his drawings of the Italian campaign and his paintings The Battle of Marengo (Versailles) and Morning of Austerlitz. Under the Restoration he was popular as a lithographer and painter of dogs, horses, and scenes of the hunt. His son Émile Jean Horace Vernet, 1789–1863, was one of the most popular military painters of the 19th cent. He is best known for his decorations of the Constantine Room at Versailles and his Defense of the Barrier at Clichy (Louvre).
References in periodicals archive ?
Marc Vernet define pela diegitizacao a "eficacia do cinema classico americano", que pretendia diluir na diegese os resquicios de sua mecanica.
The company stated that Vernet, a European-based sales and marketing veteran, will work closely with its chief commercial officer Don Hurd.
Pietism was to Baumgarten what Arminianism was to Warburton and Vernet, but Sorkin also traces the influence of Dutch Collegialism and English moderatism on Baumgarten's defense of "the true middle way"--a way that included appeals to natural law, natural religion, and revelation and scripture.
Vernet also elaborated on the company's A400M, the versatile airlifter.
"We have real expressions of interest from different countries," said Vernet in an interview at a military trade show in Abu Dhabi.
Vernet did not make a comment when asked if any of the current customers are looking into making more orders on the MRTT.
About further orders for the MRTT, Vernet he said he was optimistic.
"There are a lot of old aircraft to replace," Vernet said.
Damien Vernet, general manager Middle East & India for Louis Vuitton, says that the Beirut opening was a long-term project and that the brand had been looking at potential and benchmarking Lebanon before taking the plunge.
For a gourmet treat head to Les Cinq Sens at Place Plaisance off rue Joseph Vernet (00 33 4 90 85 26 51; restaurantles5sens.com ).
Damien Vernet, the general manager for the luxury brand's Middle East and India operation, called the firm's connection to Lebanon "lateral," in the sense that the French firm has already built up a customer base of Lebanese abroad.
Travelling in an unreliable little Fiat, Bouvier and Thierry Vernet made their way across the Balkans, Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, and Afghanistan, ending their journey at the Khyber Pass.