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Brandt

 (brănt, bränt), Willy Originally Karl Herbert Frahm (främ) 1913-1992.
German political leader. He served as chancellor of West Germany (1969-1974) and won the 1971 Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to reduce tension between the East and the West.

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1. (Biography) Bill, full name William Brandt. 1905–83, British photographer. His photographic books include The English at Home (1936) and Perspectives of Nudes (1961)
2. (Biography) Georg (ˈɡeɪɔːɡ). 1694–1768, Swedish chemist, who isolated cobalt (1742) and exposed fraudulent alchemists
3. (Biography) Willy (ˈvɪli). 1913–92, German statesman; socialist chancellor of West Germany (1969–74); chairman of the Social Democratic party (1964–87). His policy of détente and reconciliation with E Europe brought him international acclaim. Nobel peace prize 1971

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Willy, 1913–92, chancellor of West Germany 1969–74: Nobel peace prize 1971.
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The company's skinny margins led owner Bill Brandt to shut a nearby sister eatery on July 1 after more than 20 years in business.
The documentary coincides with Hurn, who was born in Surrey but comes from a Welsh family, donating his archive to National Museum Wales, alongside a unique collection of 700 photographs by other noted photographers including Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bill Brandt and Dorothea Lange.
The whole collection comprises approximately 700 photographs by leading 20th and 21st century photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Eve Arnold, Sergio Larrain, Bill Brandt, Martine Franck, Bruce Davidson and Martin Parr, through to emerging photographers such as Bieke Depoorter, Clementine Schneidermann, and Newsha Tavakolian.
The diverse and exciting range of masterworks include very early photographic experiments by pioneer Hippolyte Bayard, iconic images from 20th century masters like Bill Brandt and Dorothea Lange, and creative contemporary artworks by emerging and established photographers from around the world.
I love photography as well so I'm always inspired by that visually Photographers such as Bill Brandt, Guy Bourdin and Robert Adams are incredible.
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While the war was important for both artists, this room mainly focuses on Moore's drawings and sculptures, accompanied by the documentary photographs of Bill Brandt. The Blitz killed thousands and demolished much of London.
The fourth chapter provides a conceptual history of Metroland before the fifth analyses the Second World War imagery of children sheltering underground in the photography and art of Bill Brandt and Henry Moore.
At first, I didn't realise how soon things would change, but the pace soon accelerated." After his education at Eton, Moore moved to Austria to study painting at Oskar Kokoschka's School of Seeing in Salzburg, after which he took lessons from Bill Brandt, the founding father of modernist traditions in photography.
Among the 28 featured artists are Richard Long, Peter Lanyon, John Davies, Paul Nash, Bill Brandt, Conrad Shawcross, David Hepher, Frank Auerbach, Fay Godwin, Mathew Smith and Spencer Gore.
Bill Brandt's famous images, commissioned by Bournville Village Trust in 1939 for its ground-breaking book and film "When We Build Again", are the most vivid example of this.