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 (lō-rān′, lô-răN′), Claude 1600-1682.
French painter noted for his skill in depicting light in his landscapes and seascapes.
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(French lɔrɛ̃)
(Biography) See Claude Lorrain
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Claude Lor•rain

(kloʊd lɔˈrɛ̃)
(Claude Gellée), 1600–82, French painter.
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Lorrain has come from Petersburg- no one knows who will inherit his immense fortune, Pierre or Prince Vasili.
Zelie Lorrain, a pupil, in the first place, of the Conservatoire, then by turns a danseuse, a singer, and an actress, had thought of doing as so many of the working-women do; but the fear of consequences kept her from vice.
John James, Stephen Turner, Robert Harley; John Searle, Simon Jonsson; Tony Cordery, John Sheriff, Peter Naylor, Roger Brown; Mel Egglenton, John Leech, Steve Rollings; Zoe Robinson, Karl Edge, Nicki Groom; Ralph Savage, Ian Greaves, Stephen Price; David Corney, Mike Skuse, Mike Le Lorrain, Mark Leigh; Keith Bell, Simon Purkess, Colin Wright
Damion McGann has left his flat, in Lorrain Road, Whiteleas, after South Tyneside Council's anti-social behaviour unit worked with South Tyneside Homes and the police to secure possession of the property through the County Court.
Rain, Steam, and Speed, 1844, evinces the same technique: Turner effectively captures the approach of a railroad train with the same perspective devices as those used by Claude Lorrain in the seventeenth century.
Ziegler's study, which brings together thoughtful readings of texts by such writers as Lorrain, Rachilde, Villiers, Mirbeau and Huysmans among others, seeks in part to offer a new definition of a movement that has often eluded simple categories.
His unwavering focus on the literary productions of a wide range of writers (from Jean Lorrain to Marcel Schwob, Octave Mirbeau, and Catulles Mendes, to name a few) has been a contribution of immeasurable value to the field.
Daniel Sangsue takes Tristram Shandy as his starting point and focuses on the breakdown of the narrative form in the works of the Goncourt brothers, Huysmans and Jean Lorrain, while Jean-Louis Cabanes examines the linguistic repercussions of the fin de siecle crisis.
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