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Antoine's Legacy By Bob Rockwell
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“It was a spring day in Paris in 1780, and Michael Barada, was 20. As he sauntered along a fashionable street, very gay in the silk, ribbons and ruffles of a young French gallant of the court... More > of Louis XVI . . .” So begins the charming story of Michael Barada and his chance meeting with the lovely Omaha maiden, Laughing Buffalo. This romantic fairytale was told to the US congress in 1934 in a bill granting my grandfather and other descendants of Laughing Buffalo membership in the Omaha tribe. The bill never passed but this unlikely fairytale became part of our history. Am I part Omaha? Is Laughing Buffalo my great grandmother? And if this story isn’t true what is her real story? Antoine’s Legacy is my search for the truth and my Omaha roots.< Less
Antoine's Legacy By Bob Rockwell
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“It was a spring day in Paris in 1780, and Michael Barada, was 20. As he sauntered along a fashionable street, very gay in the silk, ribbons and ruffles of a young French gallant of the court... More > of Louis XVI . . .” So begins the charming story of Michael Barada and his chance meeting with the lovely Omaha maiden, Laughing Buffalo. This romantic fairytale was told to the US congress in 1934 in a bill granting my grandfather and other descendants of Laughing Buffalo membership in the Omaha tribe. The bill never passed but this unlikely fairytale became part of our history. Am I part Omaha? Is Laughing Buffalo my great grandmother? And if this story isn’t true what is her real story? Antoine’s Legacy is my search for the truth and my Omaha roots.< Less
Antoine Watteau: 225 Plates By Maria Peitcheva
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One of the most brilliant and original artists of the eighteenth century, Antoine Watteau had an impact on the development of Rococo art in France and throughout Europe lasting well beyond his... More > lifetime. Living only thirty-six years, and plagued by frequent illness, Watteau nonetheless rose from an obscure provincial background to achieve fame in the French capital during the Regency of the duc d'Orléans. Watteau clearly had a genuine love of music. His drawings of those playing and listening offer uncanny portraits of the way it can heighten emotions. Equally, the play of light he orchestrates on fine fabrics, on children’s skin or on various elements of his landscapes, provides a startling anticipation of the Impressionists. He is the inventor of la fête galante, a genre that shows the bourgeoisie at play outdoors. It was an update of the classic format which portrayed mythical beings in pastoral settings.< Less
Antoine Miller Family By Murphy Miller
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The Antoine Miller and Augustine P Manuel family book is designed for descendants of this Louisiana family. It includes the ancestry of Antoine back to his grandparents Jacob Miller and Anne M... More > Theigen. This book also has ancestry reports on many of the spouses of Miller descendants including Augustine P Manuel, Parfait Lafleur, Elie Ardoin, Jr., Onezime Fuselier, Leonie Lafleur, Landry Soileau, Melica Bertrand, Genevieve Paret, Felonise Fontenot, Florentine Fuselier, Caroline Guillory, Martha Paret, Laurent Boutte, Evena/Elvina Sonnier and Chrissa Duplechain. More details including all persons in the book may be reviewed at www.FamilyAtLouisiana.com. Call 352-214-3564 with any questions.< Less
Antoine Watteau: 83 Drawings By Narim Bender
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One of the most brilliant and original artists of the eighteenth century, Antoine Watteau had an impact on the development of Rococo art in France and throughout Europe lasting well beyond his... More > lifetime. Living only thirty-six years, Watteau nonetheless rose from an obscure provincial background to achieve fame in the French capital. He clearly had a genuine love of music. His drawings of those playing and listening offer uncanny portraits of the way it can heighten emotions. Equally, the play of light he orchestrates on fine fabrics, on children’s skin or on various elements of his landscapes, provides a startling anticipation of the Impressionists. He is the inventor of la fête galante, a genre that shows the bourgeoisie at play outdoors. Many of the models were Watteau’s own friends: Parisian actors and musicians he often drew. His drawing ability remains spectacular. But even more startling is his modernity.< Less
Antoine Watteau: 78 Paintings By Jessica Findley
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Antoine Watteau was one of the most brilliant and original artists of the eighteenth century. He had an impact on the development of Rococo art in France and throughout Europe lasting well beyond his... More > lifetime. Living only thirty-six years, and plagued by frequent illness, Watteau nonetheless rose from an obscure provincial background to achieve fame in the French capital during the Regency of the duc d'Orléans. His paintings feature figures in aristocratic and theatrical dress in lush imaginary landscapes. Their amorous and wistful encounters create a mood but do not employ narrative in the traditional sense. During Watteau's lifetime, a new term, fête galante, was coined to describe them. Watteau was also a gifted draftsman whose sparkling chalk sheets capture subtle nuances of deportment and expression. His method of juxtaposing flecks of colour on the canvas was carried further by Delacroix and later reduced to a science by Seurat and the Neo-Impressionists.< Less
Antoine Watteau: Drawings By Daniel Coenn
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One of the most bright and unique artists of the 18th century, living only 36 years, Antoine Watteau had an influence on the development of Rococo art in France and throughout Europe. Appreciation... More > for the Watteau like draftsman has always been equal to that of his paintings. He usually not to have made sketches for programmed compositions, but it seems that filled his sketchbooks with penetrating depictions of figures drawn from life, which he would later dig for his paintings. Watteau drew for the reason that he loved to do this. Sketching continuously was the way he came to recognize the world around him. He was anxieties with public life; but his art is actually enigmatically private. What it really concentrates on is the instant moment. This is what Watteau senses with astounding genius. His ability to drawn is truly amazing. But even more impressive is his modernity.< Less
What Antoine Said By Daphne Q
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In the second installment of The Protector series, Maddy continues to watch over her brother Max to protect him from Triple X and the harm the evil force from the alternative universe intend to... More > unleash on him.< Less
Antoine et Cloptre By LewisWilliam CarrollShakespeare
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Antoine et Cloptre by William Shakespeare.Please visit our Spotlight at http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/challengemyreading for more books.
Antoine Watteau: 101 Paintings and Drawings By Maria Tsaneva
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One of the most brilliant and original artists of the eighteenth century, Antoine Watteau had an impact on the development of Rococo art in France and throughout Europe lasting well beyond his... More > lifetime. Living only thirty-six years, and plagued by frequent illness, Watteau nonetheless rose from an obscure provincial background to achieve fame in the French capital during the Regency of the duc d'Orléans. His paintings feature figures in aristocratic and theatrical dress in lush imaginary landscapes. During Watteau's lifetime, a new term, fête galante, was coined to describe them. Watteau was also a gifted draftsman whose sparkling chalk sheets capture subtle nuances of deportment and expression. His method of juxtaposing flecks of color on the canvas was carried further by Delacroix and later reduced to a science by Seurat and the Neo-Impressionists.< Less

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