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(Biography) Arshile (ˈɑːʃɪl). 1904–48, US abstract expressionist painter, born in Armenia. Influenced by Picasso and Miró, his style is characterized by fluid lines and resonant colours


(ˈgɔr ki)

1. Arshile (Vosdanig Adoian), 1904–48, U.S. painter, born in Armenia.
2. Maxim, Gorki, Maxim.
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Noun1.Gorky - Russian writer of plays and novels and short storiesGorky - Russian writer of plays and novels and short stories; noted for his depiction of social outcasts
2.Gorky - an industrial city in the European part of RussiaGorky - an industrial city in the European part of Russia; birthplace of Maksim Gorky
Russian Federation, Russia - a federation in northeastern Europe and northern Asia; formerly Soviet Russia; since 1991 an independent state
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At the beginning of this year, Garage moved from its original home in the Bakhmetevsky Bus Garage, designed by the celebrated Constructivist Konstantin Melnikov, to Gorky Park.
Gorky said a crisis team, including adjustment and guidance counselors, was available starting at 7 a.
In 1980, her husband was banished to Gorky to punish him for his activities and further isolate him.
Situating her work within the context of the recent interest in documentary films and reality shows, Elizabeth Papazian focuses on four artists/writers--Sergei Tretiakov, Dziga Vertov, Maksim Gorky, and Mikhail
MOSCOW, May 25, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish Janissary Military Band, called Mehter, performed a concert at Gorky Park in Russian capital of Moscow on Tuesday.
Together with Fanger's introduction, the collection illustrates the evolving reception Gorky received in Soviet and Post-Soviet Russia.
THERE WERE TWO Arshile Gorkys to be found in this retrospective: Gorky the Authentic, and Gorky the Faker.
In his sixth appearance since 1981's Gorky Park (and after 2005's Wolves Eat Dogs), Moscow detective Arkady Renko still smokes too much, flounders in relationships, and ignores the direct orders of his more politically minded superiors.
In the Gorky household, the young Berberova got to explore Moura's mercurial and secretive nature.
Contrast one of his prints with the Gorky painting.
Detective Arkady Renko (introduced in Smith's enormously popular Gorky Park) is sent to investigate.
Sakharov had only recently ended his internal exile in Gorky, while Rostropovich had emigrated to the United States years before, but their dachas had remained in their families' hands even though both were prominent critics of the Soviet regime.