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Accommodation
Accommodation – space within buildings used for people to live or to stay in; lodging.
Adam
Adam – according to the Old Testament of the Holy Bible a first man on Earth, from whose rib the first woman on Earth, Eve, was made, the forefather of the mankind.
Alder
Alder – foliated tree or shrub of middle or northern climatic zones from birchen family, losing its foliage in winter.
Amsterdam
Amsterdam – is the capital of the Netherlands. With population over 1 300 000 people and area about 1 thousand km2 has the status of the largest Dutch city. It is one of the four main parts of the Randstad metropolitan area – the other three being …
Anker
Albert Samuel Anker (April, 1, 1831 – July, 16, 1910) – a Swiss painter and illustrator. His first teacher became Louis Wallinger, later on after abandoning theological education and immersing himself into…
Antigna
Jean Pierre Alexandre Antigna (March, 7, 1817, Orleans – February, 26, 1878, Paris) – a French Realist and Naturalist painter. He was a pupil of Orleans-based painter Francois Salmon, Paris-based Sebastien la Gourdaine and Paul Delaroche. Among his famous works are the following: “Corpus Christi Day” (1855), “The Fire” (1851), “Scene D Atelier”.
Apol
Lodewijk Frederik Hendrik Apol (September, 6, 1850, the Hague – November, 22, 1936, the Hague) – a Dutch painter, commonly referred to as Louis Apol. He studied under the tutorship of Dutch painter Peter Stortenbeker (1828-1898)…
Art dealer
Art dealer – is an individual or an organization engaged in buying, selling, exhibiting and distributing objects of art – paintings, sculptures, engravings, lithographs, photographs, etc.
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