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 (ro͞o-ō′), Georges 1871-1958.
French artist whose paintings, often of biblical figures, clowns, or prostitutes, are characterized by brilliant colors and black outlines.
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(ruːˈəʊ; French rwo)
(Biography) Georges (ʒɔrʒ). 1871–1958, French expressionist artist. His work is deeply religious; it includes much stained glass
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Georges, 1871–1958, French painter.
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the Marshal de Rouault:--That discipline is relaxed.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Keith Haring (May 4, 1958), Salvador Dali (May 11, 1904), Frank Stella (May 12, 1936), Tamara de Lempicka (May 16, 1898), Mary Cassatt, May 22, 1844), Georges Rouault (May 27, 1871).
Complex cuticular chemistry may be affected by age (Kuo et al., 2012), sex (Ferveur and Cobb, 2010), mating status (Everaerts et al., 2010; Havens and Etges, 2013), social experience (Kent et al., 2008), temperature (Rouault et al., 2004), diet (Fedina et al., 2012; Pavkovic-Lucic et al., 2016), and geographic origin (Jennings et al., 2014).
He further admired Ensor and Munch, who were almost unknown in Paris, and among the youngest artists we favoured Picasso, Matisse, Rouault and some young Hungarian expressionists who were just coming into fashion.
Georges Rouault's series, 'Miserere et Guerre', consists of 58 prints here set in the context of the First World War and the period leading up to the Second.
So while Ramses Younan's Nature Loves a Vacuum, 1944, which shows a biomorphic construction in the foreground of a barren landscape with a diminutive naked figure in the distance, is clearly in conversation with Salvador Dali's Soft Construction with Boiled Beans (Premonition of Civil War), 1936, Kamel El-Telmissany's Untitled (Seated Nude), 1941, depicting a naked woman with a large metal peg driven into her lap, her right fingers severed, comes across as a more wickedly imagined and savagely painted Georges Rouault. Among the more enigmatic paintings here was Inji Efflatoun's The Girl and the Beast, 1941, in which tentacular rocks and plants seem to compete with a large airborne raptor for a terrified, partially naked girl trapped high up on a mountainside.
Deficits in ISC assembly manifest in several different forms in human health and disease including myopathy and neurodegenerative disease (Rouault 2012; Rouault and Tong 2008).
This part of the brain is packed with iron, but that abundance may be deceiving, says Tracey Rouault of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md.
James MacMillan's Le tombeau de Georges Rouault, however, explored a much broader emotional canvas.
[17.] Fauchereau S, Trzaska S, Rouault M, Richard Y Rainfall variability and changes in southern Africa during the 20th century in the global warming context.
A pronounced late afternoon to early evening precipitation maximum was revealed in the interior regions of India and South Africa (Sen Roy & Balling 2007; Rouault et al.