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n.1.A plant coif or skullcap. Same as Calotte.
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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.
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).
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.
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.
The latter includes Meissen style corpulent pagoda figures, characters from the Commedia dell' Arte and dwarves based on engravings by Jacques Callot, which also inspired modellers at Derby.
The printmaker Jacques Callot illustrated this parable in a series of 11 tiny etchings; the one reproduced here is the ninth in that series.
Many of the most prominent artists of the day are represented, including Titian, Parmigianino, Albrecht Altdorfer, Albrecht Durer, Peter Paul Rubens, Guido Reni, and Jacques Callot.
On the walls are sacred scenes by Jacques Callot and anonymous European artists, Indian miniatures, a Japanese woodcut, an icon, Barbara Westman's great illustrations, and also, thanks to the generosity of these friends, art on paper by Robert Mangold and Sean Scully.
The scene is set for the La Tour display by a room dedicated to the French graphic artist Jacques Callot and his etchings documenting the Thirty Years War, The Miseries and Misfortunes of War.
Quacks" includes works by such well-known artists as Jacques Callot, William Hogarth, Honore Daumier, Maxfield Parrish, and Jules Cheret, as well as some highly spirited pieces created by less familiar figures.
This exhibition of works from the New Orleans Museum of Art will feature more than 80 pieces never before shown in public in the South, including works by Francisco Goya, Jacques Callot, and Jacques-Louis David.