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 (än′drā, ăn′drē), John 1750-1780.
British army officer hanged as a spy in the American Revolution for conspiring with Benedict Arnold.
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(ˈɑːndreɪ; ˈændrɪ)
(Biography) John. 1751–80, British major who was hanged as a spy for conspiring with Benedict Arnold during the War of American Independence
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(ˈɑn dreɪ, ˈæn dri)

John, 1751–80, British major hanged as a spy by the Americans in the Revolutionary War.
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Woods does not include the unwitnessed murder in 1986 by sculptor Carl Andre of his wife, artist Ana Mendieta, who plunged from a 33-story window, following a violent argument witnesses heard.
The work comprises a grid of 260 basalt tiles from Syria--weighing six and a half tons in total--arranged in a grid a la Carl Andre. These tiles support rotatable conservators' trestles, symmetrically arranged and mounted with extremely fragile foil pressings.
BBC Four, 9pm Director Clare Beavan's documentary marks the 40th anniversary of Carl Andre's 1976 sculpture Equivalent VIII, or 'the Tate Bricks', which was paid for with taxpayers' money during a severe economic depression.
Robert Morris o Carl Andre entre otros, empiecen a relacionar y trabajar con los conceptos de paisaje, escultura y lugar (emplazamiento de la propia obra).
(2) A close friend of Carl Andre, Miller shared his interest in the geometry of the grid.
Wilf has also paid homage to American sculptor Carl Andre's famous "pile" of bricks - correctly titled Equivalent Eight - with his own version, Summat t'ate which consists of two layers of 120 biscuits.
A collaboration between Dia Art Foundation and the Museo Reina Sofia, this exhibition considers a pivotal moment in art history through the lens of Carl Andre's sculptural works and drawings.
The high points of the memoir include CooperAEs encounters with major figures in conceptual art, pop art, and the avant garde, including Andy Warhol, Carl Andre, Allan Kaprow, and John Baldessari.
The simplicity of Hickinbottom's work is perhaps reminiscent of Equivalent VIII by Carl Andre, bought by Tate in 1972 and featured in special displays in 1974 and 1975 without attracting much publicity.
The gallery, which celebrated its seventh birthday last month, has attracted nearly one million visitors and played host to works by some of the biggest names in the art world including David Hockney, Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, Gerhard Richter, Anish Kapoor and Carl Andre. The current show by local artist William Tillyer is one of its most successful to date.