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Sluter

(Dutch ˈslyːtər)
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(Biography) Claus (klaʊs). ?1345–1406, Dutch sculptor, working in Burgundy, whose realism influenced many sculptors and painters in 15th-century Europe. He is best known for the portal sculptures and the Well of Moses in the Carthusian monastery at Champnol
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1) alongside Claes Sluter and Claes de Werve's pleurants from Philip the Bold's tomb (1404-10; Fig.
Sluter, 2016, submitted to "Big Data and Cartography: Research Challenges and Opportunities for Making Maps that Matter," International Journal of Cartography.
Sanchez believes that these four modes are best seen in the art of Rembrandt, Sluter, and Michelangelo and best expressed through the literature of Donne (poet-prophet), Herbert (poet-parson), and Milton (poet-minister and poet-revolutionary), respectively.
These include Claus Sluter in Burgundy, Anthonis Mor in Spain, and Adriaen de Vries in Paris.
22) In 1862, the philosopher, writer, and geometrist Professor Lawrence Sluter Benson argued that pi is equal to 3.
Durante el camino de vuelta, sin prisas, quiza esperando una regresion a la situacion previa, permanecio casi todo noviembre de 1410 en Dijon, donde pudo admirar las creaciones de Sluter.
3-4), yet of course this individual praise is also "overheard" by the rest of her readers, who ostensibly would want to be considered "royal," "Brave," "generous," and "true" like Sluter (3, 1, 2).
14) Of the six songs, "Som en vag" is the simplest, and "Nar du sluter mina ogon" (When you close my eyes) is similarly appropriate for young singers.
3) Shenandoah Sluter of Greenfield, who teaches hula hoop, performs at last fall's festival.
forehead--sculpted by Dutch artist Claus Sluter in 1404 at Chartreuse de
UCLA's Kevin Chappell leads the tournament at 69, with David Markle of Kent State and Tim Sluter of USC tied for second at 70.
1983), Semiology of Graphics: Diagrams, Networks, Maps, Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin Press (Cita de Sluter, 2001).