Flaxman


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Flaxman

(ˈflæksmən)
n
(Biography) John. 1755–1826, English neoclassical sculptor and draughtsman, noted particularly for his monuments and his engraved illustrations for the Iliad, the Odyssey, and works by Dante and Aeschylus
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There were certain outline illustrations in it, which were very good in the cold Flaxman manner, and helped largely to heighten the fascination of the poems for me.
In Flaxman's drawing of the Eumenides of Aeschylus, Orestes supplicates Apollo, whilst the Furies sleep on the threshold.
Ian Flaxman, managing director, working capital solutions, said: "Small and medium-sized business owners want to meet decisions-makers face to face.
Alan Cooper, racing manager for the Niarchos family, who own the colt under the Flaxman Stables banner in partnership with Coolmore, said: "When Aidan first mentioned the race I thought, 'why not', in the sense that Duntle, his dam, was a very good miler and Galileo (sire) gets champions over every distance.
Havas Media Group has appointed Erin Flaxman, an industry veteran with 20-plus years of experience, to the role of Global Chief Growth Officer.
Circus Maximus, owned by Flaxman Stables - the Niarchos family's operation - John Magnier, Michael Tabor and Derrick Smith, defeated stablemate Mohawk by a length and a quarter in the Listed contest at Chester this month and boasts some eyecatching juvenile form, including when a length fourth behind 2,000 Guineas winner Magna Grecia and Irish 2,000 Guineas winner Phoenix Of Spain in the Vertem Futurity Trophy at Doncaster.
Murray CJ, Ezzati M, Flaxman AD, Lim S, Lozano R, Michaud C, et al.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT; Hayes, Strosahl, & Wilson, 1999, 2012; Wilson & Luciano, 2002) is the most representative of the third wave therapies focused on psychological flexibility, defined as the ability to persist in a behavior towards meaningful life in the presence of unpleasant thoughts, feelings, emotions and sensations (Bond, Flaxman, & Bunce, 2008).
He completed his apprenticeship in 1817 and moved to London to seek his fortune and immediately joined a circle of well-known and influential artists including Yorkshire sculptor and draughtsman John Flaxman (1755-1826) who like Gibson had risen from humble beginnings.
He completed his apprenticeship in 1817, moved to London to seek his fortune and joined a circle of well-known and influential artists including Yorkshire sculptor and draughtsman John Flaxman (1755-1826) who like Gibson had risen from humble beginnings.
The firm, which focuses on SMEs, has said that it has appointed Ian Flaxman as managing director of working capital solutions.
Insurance mediator Roger Flaxman told the show: "The insurance industry is now heavily data-driven.