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SAS 65 Le fugitif de Hambourg (French Edition)
SAS 65 Le fugitif de Hambourg (French Edition)
Dans la rue les sex-bars brillaient de tous leurs néons. Au moment où Malko réussit à faire démarrer sa Mercedes, un objet atterrit sur le capot avec un bruit mou. Il le regarda machinalement, puis une main d'acier lui comprima la poitrine. Une fraction de secondes plus tard, l'objet explosa avec une flamme orange et un fracas terrifiant, pulvérisant le pare-brise.

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Object:Photo. Modern Photographs: The Thomas Walther Collection 1909-1949
Object:Photo. Modern Photographs: The Thomas Walther Collection 1909-1949
OBJECT:PHOTO contains brilliant photographs from the first half of the twentieth century--the most dynamic and radical period in the development of modern photography--but it explores them using a new approach: instead of privileging the content of the images, it shifts the dialogue to the photographic object--the actual, physical thing created by a particular artist using particular techniques at a precise time, surviving into the present with a unique history. This perspective provides new insight into the singular nature of each work and the density of references that each contains while also acknowledging the cultural importance of photography from the interwar period--as well as the rarity of its best examples. Recognition of this importance informed The Museum of Modern Art’s acquisition, in 2001, of the 341 modernist photographs that now constitute the Thomas Walther Collection, each presented in this volume in special 5 color reproductions and accompanied by an unprecedented degree of detailed information, constituting new standards for the field. OBJECT:PHOTO represents the culmination of four years of research by the Museum’s Departments of Photography and Conservation and by more than two dozen visiting scholars, demonstrating in its varied voices their remarkable collaborations with the works and with each other. Essays by historians, curators and conservators consider such topics as the political and cultural pressures shaping the formation of the photographic avant-garde in Europe, the reception of modernist photography at the time and in subsequent revivals of interest in it, the intellectual backgrounds that were then generating new histories of photography, the standards and rationale for material analysis of photographs and the physical qualities of the photographs in the Walther collection as evidence of the development of photographic materials during the period. Thematic object-based case studies demonstrate new multidimensional approaches to the photograph as a cultural and artistic object in its own right.

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Vintage photo of Daniel Gelin and Hildegard Knef in a scene from the 1958 movie, "La Fille de Hambourg".
Vintage photo of Daniel Gelin and Hildegard Knef in a scene from the 1958 movie, "La Fille de Hambourg".
Size Size of photo 5.1" x 7.7"  La Fille de Hambourg (German title: Das Mädchen aus Hamburg) is a 1958 French film drama about a French-German love affair, starring Hildegarde Neff and Daniel Gélin. It was directed by Yves Allégret.Hildegard Frieda Albertine Knef was a German actress, singer, and writer. She was billed in some English language films as Hildegard Neff or Hildegarde Neff. Daniel Yves Alfred Gélin (19 May 1921 â€" 29 November 2002) was a French actor. élin was born in Angers, Maine-et-Loire, the son of Yvonne (Le Méner) and Alfred Ernest Joseph Gélin. When he was ten, his family moved to Saint-Malo where Daniel went to college until he was expelled for 'uncouthness'.***Hildegard Frieda Albertine Knef was a German actress, singer, and writer. She was billed in some English language films as Hildegard Neff or Hildegarde Neff. She was born on December 28, 1925 and died on February 1, 2002.***Daniel Yves Alfred Gélin was a French actor. He was born on May 19, 1921 and died on November 29, 2002.Gélin was born in Angers, Maine-et-Loire, the son of Yvonne (Le Méner) and Alfred Ernest Joseph Gélin. When he was ten, his family moved to Saint-Malo where Daniel went to college until he was expelled for 'uncouthness'. His father then found him a job in a shop that sold cans of salted cod. It was seeing the shooting of Marc Allegret's film Entree des artistes that triggered his desire to go to Paris to train to be an actor. He trained at the Cours Simon in Paris before entering the Conservatoire national d'art dramatique. There he met Louis Jouvet and embarked on a theatrical career. He made his first film appearance in 1940 in Miquette and for several years was an extra

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1937 Hart House String Quartet James Levey Arn Adaskin Milton Blackstone Boris Hambourg Photo Booking Print Ad (Memorabilia) (55272)
1937 Hart House String Quartet James Levey Arn Adaskin Milton Blackstone Boris Hambourg Photo Booking Print Ad (Memorabilia) (55272)
An original vintage magazine ad removed from a magazine printed in the year shown. Print ads make unique gift items that can be framed as artwork. Shipped flat un-framed in plastic sleeve with backing board.

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1948 Photogravure Albert Marquet Art Hambourg Germany City Elbe River Steamships - Original Photogravure
1948 Photogravure Albert Marquet Art Hambourg Germany City Elbe River Steamships - Original Photogravure
This is an original 1948 black and white photogravure of "Hambourg", Germany along the Elbe River. This piece was illustrated by Marquet, Albert. Artist signature in print - bottom right of image.Marquet, Albert Albert Marquet (27 March 1875-14 June 1947) was born at Bordeaux, and moved to Paris in 1890. In Paris he became a student at École des Arts Décoratifs, then at the Beaux-Arts in Gustave Moreau's Studio, where he was introduced and began to associate with Matisse. After Moreau's death, he continued his studies, working with Matisse in the Louvre. Once financially able, Marquet became an enthusiastic traveler, seeking-out areas with water, a recurring subject in his work. His travels included the shores of the Mediterranean, in Marocco in 1912 with Matisse and Camoin, in 1920 in Algiers, in 1922 Tunis, at Sidi Bou Saïd in 1928 in Egypt. Upon his return to Paris, he began painting the Paris quaysides he had long admired. He remained a lifelong friend with Matisse, dying unexpectedly and suddenly from a gall bladder attack and cancer on 14 June 1947 in Paris. Please note that there is printing on the reverse.

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How to Play the Piano
How to Play the Piano
Known world wide as an extremely accomplished pianist at the turn of the last century, Mark Hambourg here sets down in book form how to learn to play the piano. He shows proper methods, stance, amounts and ways of practice, and what should be practiced. There are many diagrams and pictures included to illustrate what is explained in the text. This is an extremely helpful book for novice and expert alike.

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19 Hungarian Rhapsodies Played By 19 Great Pianist
19 Hungarian Rhapsodies Played By 19 Great Pianist
19 Hungarian Rhapsodies Played By 19 Great Pianist

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