Jongkind


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Jongkind

(Dutch ˈjɔŋkɪnt)
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(Biography) Johann Barthold (joːˈhɑn ˈbartɔlt). 1819–91, Dutch landscape painter and etcher, working in Paris: best known for his atmospheric seascapes
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'Matthijs was biologically mature at the age of 14,' youth coach Ruben Jongkind recently said.
Guaba will be welcoming the DJ duo Blasterjaxx (who are Thom Jongkind and Idri Makhlaf from the Netherlands), the electronic dance music DJ from Ibiza B Jones, DJ Antoine Clamaran who will be bringing his house, disco and funk music all the way from Paris, and the big finish will be by Skazi, who will be returning to Guaba to make sure the season hits that all time high.
The breezy Normandy views by Boudin in this exhibition were probably purchases, as were three small paintings by his other teacher, Johan Barthold Jongkind. Monet was drawn to predecessors he could learn from: one of two exquisite watercolours of the Normandy coast by Eugene Delacroix includes a favourite motif, Cliffs of Etretat, The Pied du Cheval (1838).
Ntim's contribution to the development of field botany came to fruition in several major field guides in 2006 (Hawthorne & Jongkind 2006) and his co-authorship of the Photoguide to the larger trees of Ghana's forests (Hawthorne & Gyakari 2006).
Jongkind, Woody plants of western African forests: a guide to the forest trees, shrubs and lianesfrom Senegal to Ghana, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Uk, 2006.
Considerada apropriada para analisar fatores contextuais que afetam a adocao de distintas inovacoes (Wu & Subramaniam, 2009), vem sendo utilizada por varios autores para estudar a adocao de STI ao nivel das organizacoes (Bosch-Rekveldt, Jongkind, Mooi, Bakker, & Verbraeck, 2011; Low, Chen, & Wu, 2011).
Y el precursor pintor holandes Johan Barthold Jongkind escribe, tras un viaje en tren: <<comprendi como era necesario pintar: no retener mas que lo esencial de la luz sorprendida un segundo en diferentes momentos.
To design workplace innovations as practical interventions, one can analyze the causes of underperformance related to technological (T), organizational (O), or personnel (P) aspects by using the TOP-model (Jongkind, Oeij, & Vink, 2006; Oeij et al., 2006).
Jongkind (1989) identified six types of trichomes in paleotropical members of the Connaraceae, of which two were glandular.
But then came the tepid influence of his teacher, Boudin, precipitated by that monstrous ego, Johan Jongkind, who painted systematic views of Notre Dame Cathedral years before Claude founded his atelier on a cold winter's day in 1892, across from the Cathedral Rouen, a mere 40 kilometers from his sacred Nympheas in Giverny.
(6) More precisely, the development of the later novels of his Rougon-Macquart cycle is informed by Zola's fuller encounter with art from Manet to Jongkind, Pissarro, and Monet in the period 1867-81.