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A Painters Wife Portrait

The film tells about a family who goes to rest in a boarding house. The wife thinks that she is stopping her husband from doing creativity, and she begins to flirt with another man.

                                               

Tanya Myshkin

Tanya Myshkin is an Australian printmaker, born in Adelaide, South Australia but primarily based in Canberra. She is primarily known for her engraving and printmaking works, such as June Lombard, and Dried Mouse. Much of her work is centred aroun ...

                                               

Armond

Armond may refer to: Places: Armond, New Brunswick, Canadian community in Carleton County, New Brunswick Given name: Mario Armond Zamparelli, American artist and designer, best known for his connection with Howard Hughes Armond Budish born 1953, ...

                                               

Leo Geurtjens

Peter Leonardus" Leo” Geurtjens was a Dutch sculptor. Probably his most known sculpture is the" Zoete Lieve Gerritje”." Zoete lieve Gerritje” appears as a historical figure of a song about Den Bosch. The in the 1950s tourist office director in De ...

                                               

Tetrode (disambiguation)

Tetrode can refer to: Field effect tetrode, a solid-state device Tetrode, an electronic device with four active electrodes, such as a vacuum tube Beam tetrode Tetrode biology, an electrode used in biology to sample neural signals Hugo Tetrode, a ...

                                               

Yaroslava Gres

Yaroslava Olehivna Gres is a Ukrainian public figure, journalist, entrepreneur and philanthropist. Head of the "Corruption Park" for the European Union Anti-Corruption Initiative in Ukraine. Curator of the "Museum of News in Ukraine". Co-founder ...

                                               

Harry Baker

Harry Baker may refer to: Harry Baker poet born 1992, British spoken word artist, author and poet Harry Baker Australian footballer 1907–1992, Australian footballer for Footscray Harry Baker, inventor of the Chiffon cake Harry Daniel Baker born 1 ...

                                               

Rouleau

Alexandre Rouleau, Canadian ice hockey player For a list of people with Rouleau as a surname, see Rouleau surname. Joseph Rouleau, opera singer Alfred Rouleau, businessman Duncan Rouleau, comic book writer and artist

                                               

Renforshort

Lauren Isenberg, known professionally as Renforshort is a Canadian singer and songwriter from Toronto. Debuting independently in 2019 with the singles "Waves" and "Mind Games", Isenberg released her debut extended play, the Teenage Angst EP, in M ...

                                               

Tangled (disambiguation)

Tangled franchise, a Disney franchise, based on the 2010 film Tangled 2001 film, an American thriller film Tangled: The Video Game, a 2010 video game based on the animated film Tangled Ever After, a 2012 short film Tangled: The Series, an animate ...

                                               

Declan McKenna discography

This is the discography of English singer, songwriter, and musician Declan McKenna. His debut studio album, What Do You Think About the Car?, was released in July 2017. The album peaked at number eleven on the UK Albums Chart. The album includes ...

                                               

Shakalaka

Boom Shakalaka, 2017 Psy-Trance song by the Japanese DJ lapix released in the various artists album "Bizarre Nation" under the label Massive CircleZ Boom Shaka Laka, 1970 reggae song by Hopeton Lewis Boom Shaka Laka, a cover of the reggae song of ...

                                               

Sengoku 3

Sengoku 3 is a 2001 side-scrolling beat em up arcade video game developed by Noise Factory and published by SNK. It is the third and final entry in the Sengoku series. In the game, players battle against undead enemy spirits. Though initially lau ...

                                               

Kalimba (disambiguation)

Kalimba may refer to: Kalimba Music, an American record labe*Kalimba Music, an American record label "Kalimba Mr. Scruff song", a song by electronica artist Mr. Scruff on the 2008 album "Ninja Tuna*"Kalimba Mr. Scruff song", a song by electronica ...

                                               

Damidamon

Dami Onadeko professionally known as DAMIDAMON is a British-Nigerian recording artist, song writer and producer. After his break into the spotlight in 2012, for his singles London City and Summertime Love, Damidamon was nominated and won the "Mus ...

                                               

DJ Young Chow

His father, King Chow, was a Soca DJ. He started his career playing at the Ramada Hotels in Miami. Two tears later he travelled to Africa with a steel band instrument group.

                                               

Mary Baxter Ellis

Mary "Dick" Baxter Ellis CBE was a British commanding officer of the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry, also known as FANY.

                                               

Carnelian (disambiguation)

Carnelian is a reddish-brown variety of the mineral chalcedony. Carnelian may also refer to: USS Carnelian PY-19, a 1930 US warship during World War II Jherek Carnelian, a character in Dancers at the End of Time Carnelian album, the 2015 album fr ...

                                               

Somnambulist (disambiguation)

Somnambulist or The Somnambulist can refer to: a person who engages in somnambulism sleepwalking a term used in hypnosis to indicate someone of high enough suggestibility to follow suggestions without the need for a formal trance

                                               

Brandon Mig

Brandon Mig is the stage name of Brandon Mignacca, a Canadian pop singer from Laval, Quebec. He is most noted for his debut single "Best Ill Ever Have", which was released in both English and French versions and received a SOCAN Songwriting Prize ...

                                               

Franklin Brown

Franklin Kroonenberg, known professionally as Franklin Brown, is a Dutch singer and voice actor. He is known for representing the Netherlands in the Eurovision Song Contest 1996, together with Maxine, with the song "De eerste keer".

                                               

Lokesh Verma

Lokesh Verma is an Indian tattoo artist. He is best known for pioneering soundwave tattoos in India. He is one of the founders of Heartwork Tattoo Festival, India’s only international tattoo festival.

                                               

Afunika

Frank Chirwa,also known by the stage names of Afunika is a Zambian musician from the Copperbelt, Chingola. his image and charisma is brought out in his music dubbed New Version of Kalindula’. He has so far recorded four albums to his name. Some o ...

                                               

Nawa

Nawa may refer to: Nawa-I-Barakzayi District, a district in Helmand Province, Afghanistan Nawa, Salamiyah, a village in the Hama Governorate, Syria Nawa, Syria, a city in Daraa Governorate, Syria Nawa, Rajasthan, a city and Tehsil in Nagaur distr ...

                                               

Francine Holley

Holley was an apprentice of painter Mathilde Du Monceau from 1937 to 1944. She studied at the Academie royale des beaux-arts de Liege from 1944 to 1945, and moved to Paris the following year. She then trained with Andre Lhote from 1947 to 1948 be ...

                                               

Einat Admony

Admony is Israeli born, raised in the city of Bnei Brak. She is of Iraqi, Iraninan, and Yemenite descent. She served in the Israeli army as a driver and cook.

                                               

Aoife Scott

Scotts first album, released in 2016, was entitled Carry The Day. Scott has performed on RTEs The Late Show. She has toured in the US and UK. Her recording of Grace with cousins Danny OReilly and Roisin O, as part of the Centenary concert, topped ...

                                               

Sylvia Safdie

Sylvia Safdie is a Canadian artist. Safdie was born in Aley, Lebanon in 1942 to parents Leon and Rachel Safdie. In 1953 the family moved from Haifa, Israel to Montreal, Quebec.

                                               

Richard Myers (disambiguation)

Richard Myers is the former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Richard Myers may also refer to: Richard M. Myers born 1954, American geneticist and biochemist Richard E. Myers II born 1967, United States District Judge of the United States Di ...

                                               

Dior (song)

Dior is a song by American rapper Pop Smoke. It appears on Pop Smokes mixtapes Meet the Woo, as a promotional single, and Meet the Woo 2, as the third single. It was released as a single on February 11, 2020. The official remix of the song, featu ...

                                               

Daniel Joseph Silva

Silva was homeless at the age of 19. He learned to tattoo and became a celebrity artist. He inked Ethan Dolan, Brennen Taylor, Jalen Ramsey of the NFL, Trippie Redd, and TJ Dillashaw. Silva participated in the 10th season of Ink Master and placed ...

                                               

Scott Campbell

Scott Campbell may refer to: Scott Campbell tattoo artist born 1977, American artist J. Scott Campbell born 1973, American comic book artist Scott Campbell artist born 1973, production designer and illustrator Scott Campbell ice hockey, born 1986 ...

                                               

Hanky Panky

"Hanky Panky" Madonna song, 1990 "Hanky Panky" Tommy James and the Shondells song, 1966 originally recorded by The Raindrops in 1963 Hanky Panky Hank Jones album, 1975 Hanky Panky Tommy James and the Shondells album, 1966 Hanky Panky The album, 1995

                                               

Human factors in diving equipment design

The underwater diver relies on various pieces of equipment to stay alive and in reasonable comfort and to perform the planned tasks during a dive. The design of the equipment can strongly influence its effectiveness in performing the desired func ...

                                               

Ian Baker

Ian Baker may refer to: Ian Baker politician born 1944, Australian politician and journalist Ian Baker cinematographer born 1947, Australian cinematographer Ian Baker British Army officer 1927–2005, British general Iain Baker, musician with Jesus ...

                                               

Bob Wood

Bob Wood comics 1918–1962, comic book artist during the Golden Age of Comics Bob Wood author born 1957, author of Dodger Dogs to Fenway Franks and Big Ten Country

                                               

Naomi Hobson

Naomi Hobson is an Australian Indigenous artist of Kaantju and Umpila heritage from Cape York, Queensland. Hobson started exhibiting in 2013.

                                               

James Downey

James Downey may refer to: James Downey journalist, Irish journalist and author James Downey Internet performance artist born 1958, US author, book restorer and Internet performance artist Jim Downey politician born 1942, politician in Manitoba, ...

                                               

1982 in Belgium

30 September – Brabant killers shoot and kill a policeman while robbing a gun dealer in Wavre 8 May – Gilles Villeneuve dies in a crash at Circuit Zolder qualifying for the 1982 Belgian Grand Prix

                                               

Kiana Valenciano

Kiana Valenciano is a Filipino R&B singer and songwriter. She is the daughter of Filipino music icon Gary Valenciano. She started as an independent artist in 2017 with the release of her singles Circles and Does She Know. In 2018, she signed ...

                                               

Cooch Behar (disambiguation)

Cooch Behar is a town in the Indian state of West Bengal and headquarters of Cooch Behar District. Cooch Behar may also refer to: Cooch Behar railway station Koch Bihar, the historical kingdom. Cooch Behar District, a political subdivision of the ...

                                               

Paul Fitzgerald

Paul Fitzgerald may refer to: Paul Fitzgerald boxer, Irish boxer at the 1984 Summer Olympics Paul Fitzgerald born 1961, English cartoonist known as Polyp Paul Fitzgerald Gaelic footballer, Irish Gaelic football player Paul Fitzgerald painter 1922 ...

                                               

Willie Murphy

Willie Murphy may refer to: Willie Murphy baseball 1864–?, baseball player Willie Murphy Wexford hurler born 1944, retired Irish hurler for Faythe Harriers and Wexford, 1965–1979 Willie Murphy Kilkenny hurler fl. 1960s & 1970s, retired Irish hurl ...

                                               

Slane (disambiguation)

Slane may refer to: Places Slane, County Antrim, a townland in County Antrim, Northern Ireland Slane Castle, located in Slane village Slane, a village in County Meath, Ireland Hill of Slane, important historical site located in Slane village Slan ...

                                               

John Conroy (disambiguation)

John Conroy was a British army officer and comptroller to the Duchess of Kent and Princess Victoria, future Queen of England. John Conroy may also refer to: John J. Conroy 1819–1895, Irish-born clergyman of the Roman Catholic Church John M. Conro ...

                                               

Jean-Luc Servino

Jean-Luc Servino is an Italian director, writer, screenwriter and cinematographer, best known in the independent circuits for his shorts, winning several awards, including the Culver City Film Festival, the Eurasia International Film Festival for ...

                                               

Tsuge

Tsuge may refer to: Yoshiharu Tsuge, a Japanese cartoonist and essayist. Buxus microphylla Japanese Box or Littleleaf Box, a tree called Tsuge つげ(黄楊、柘植、樿) in Japanese. JDS Tsuge PF-292 つげ PF-292), a Kusu -class patrol frigate of the ...

                                               

Mahyat Shafapour Tehrany

Mahyat Shafapour Tehrany was born on July 29, 1985 in Tehran, Iran. In 2008, she completed a B.S. in environmental engineering, majoring in natural resources engineering and the environment at the Allameh Mohaddes Nouri University. In 2013, she e ...

                                               

Indreni Khojdai Jada

Indreni Khojdai Jada is a 2013 Nepali drama film, directed and written by Sahara Sharma in her debut. The film is produced by Abhimanyu Dixit under the banner of Gaythali Entertainment. The film stars Kritika Lamsal, Deepak Ghimire, Sanam Pyakure ...

                                               

Cecil Maguire

Cecil Maguire was an Irish landscape and figure painter. His work features in major collections including at the UN headquarters in New York and the Ulster Museum in Belfast. Maguire was born in Lurgan, County Armagh. He graduated from Queens Uni ...