Laurencin


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Lau•ren•cin

(lɔ rɑ̃ˈsɛ̃)

n.
Marie, 1885–1956, French painter, lithographer, and stage designer.
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Laurencin CT, Horan RF, Senatus PB, Wheeler CB, Lipson SJ.
A similar set of mirrored plains occurs in relation to the portrait of Basket II, painted by the Cubist painter and Stein's friend Marie Laurencin. The portrait is a good example of the pastel color palette that Laurencin is famous for, with soft streaks of pink and green that flood the cloud-like pale gray and purple background surrounding the equally cloud-like mop of fur on Basket IPs head (figure 5).
Laurencin, M.D., Ph.D., from the University of Connecticut in Farmington, and colleagues developed an action plan to reduce the disparity.
anguillarum infects the fish not only through the intestinal tract but also through the gills, as indicated by Laurencin and Germon (21).
French painter Marie Laurencin's works are being exhibited for the first time in Korea at Hangaram Art Museum in Seoul Arts Center until March 11.
Laurencin, "Fabrication of Novel Porous Chitosan Matrices as Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Engineering," Materials Research Society--Proceedings, vol.
Laurencin, "Biomedical applications of biodegradable polymers," Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, vol.
Laurencin, "Musculoskeletal regenerative engineering: biomaterials, structures, and small molecules," Advances in Biomaterials, vol.
Laurencin, "Regenerative engineering of cartilage using adipose-derived stem cells," Regenerative Engineering and Translational Medicine, vol.
Laurencin, M.D., Ph.D., 9:00 a.m.-9:30 a.m., Nov 13, Ballroom 20ABC