Callot


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Cal´lot


n.1.A plant coif or skullcap. Same as Calotte.
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It threw out a reddish, unequal light, sometimes brilliant, sometimes dull, and the tall shadow of the lieutenant was seen marching on the wall, in profile, like a figure by Callot, with his long sword and feathered hat.
Were we not in the fifteenth century, we would say that Gringoire had descended from Michael Angelo to Callot.
For this new edition adds to the original merits of the work the very substantial charm of abundant illustrations, first-rate in subject and execution, and of three kinds--copper-plate likenesses of actors and other personages connected with theatrical history; a series of delicate, picturesque, highly detailed woodcuts of theatrical topography, chiefly the little old theatres; and, by way of tail-pieces to the chapters, a second series of woodcuts of a vigour and reality of information, within very limited compass, which make one think of Callot and the German [76] "little masters," depicting Garrick and other famous actors in their favourite scenes.
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Galerie Agnes Monplaisir, located at 8 Bis, Rue Jacques Callot, presented both iconic images of Debbie Harry and Blondie, as well as never-before-seen photographs of early live performances and personal moments with some of music and art's most seminal figures, including The Ramones, Iggy Pop, Andy Warhol, and Joan Jett, at historical locations like Mudd Clubb, CBGBs, the East Village, Andy Warhol's Factory, and Beverly Hills Hotel.
Bachmeyer C, Charoud A, Turc Y, Callot V, Blum L, Aractingi S.
Thus our third example is a room dedicated to violent death in the form of three of the greatest anti-war polemics in print: Goya's The Disasters of War (1810-20), Otto Dix's The War (1924), and the less well-known series by Jacques Callot, The Miseries and Misfortunes of War (1683).
Elle est pratiquee par de nombreux peintres, italiens comme Michelangelo Cerquozzi (1602-1660), francais comme Jacques Callot (1592-1635) ou Sebastien Bourdon (1616-1671), neerlandais comme Jan Miel (1599-1663) ou Adriaen Van Ostade (1610-1685).
BUT AS PERHAPS the most intriguing proponent of the changed view Rabb picks Jacques Callot, the baroque printmaker and draftsman from the independent Duchy of Lorraine, which was invaded by Louis XIII's troops during the Thirty Years War.
There is ample of evidence of Ca-carbonate precipitation occurring in root biopores, and in the rhizosphere (Jaillard 1982; Callot et al.
Birk's reference to Callot is thus particularly apt, for the Thirty Years' War is, from Voltaire to Brecht, the Enlightenment's archetype of barbarity.
The Adventures of Simplicius Simplicissimus by Grimmelshausen and Les horreurs de la guerre, the well-known series of engravings by Jacques Callot, have left unforgettable artistic testimonies of this "European tragedy" that claimed eight million dead--in a conservative estimate--and whose settlement in 1648 was at the origin of a modem European states-system that excluded religious war between Christian nations as a matter of principle.