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ANTWERP ARTIST
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AUTONOMOUS ANGLO-IRISH LORDS
GREATER ANTWERP
TRAMWAY NETWORKS
PETROLEUM INDUSTRIES
FLEMISH LANDSCAPES
MIDDELBURG
HEEM
RUBENS
HALS
BELGIAN
NATIVE AMSTERDAM
SPANISH FURY
BERENDRECHT LOCK
PIETER AERTSEN
RUCKERS FAMILY
BRABANT
BORGERHOUT
ANTWERP SIX
ANTWERP GUILD
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DUTCH PAINTER
DEBUT
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OCTOBER
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JULY 12
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VENUS WILLIAMS
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Definitions

  1. Antwerp is the northernmost province of Flanders and of Belgium. (Web site)
  2. Antwerp is the second-largest European port, after Rotterdam.
  3. Antwerp is a rising fashion city, and has produced designers such as the Antwerp Six. (Web site)
  4. ANTWERP (240), a large fortified trading city in Belgium, on the Scheldt, 50 m. (Web site)
  5. Antwerp, the temporary capital of Belgium, was at this time invested, but not yet besieged, by the German army.

Antwerp Artist

  1. The Antwerp artist de Crayer later became court painter to the archduke in Brussels. (Web site)
  2. Minderhout, who almost certainly visited Italy, was an Antwerp artist and the last great Flemish painter of marine subjects. (Web site)

Adriaen Brouwer

  1. Adriaen Brouwer (1605, Oudenaarde - January 1638, Antwerp) was a Flemish genre painter active in Flanders and the Dutch Republic in the seventeenth century.

Antwerp 1920

  1. Paavo Nurmi´s first Olympic Games were in Antwerp 1920 in which he won three Gold medals but he was about to beat this record four years later in Paris. (Web site)

Autonomous Anglo-Irish Lords

  1. The king's second son, Lionel of Antwerp, attempted to subdue by force the largely autonomous Anglo-Irish lords in Ireland.

Greater Antwerp

  1. In 1983, several villages - including Berchem - were absorbed by Greater Antwerp.

Tramway Networks

  1. The tramway networks in Antwerp and Ghent are also metre gauge.

Petroleum Industries

  1. After World War II, Antwerp and Ghent experienced a fast expansion of the chemical and petroleum industries. (Web site)
  2. After World War II, Ghent and Antwerp experienced a fast expansion of the chemical and petroleum industries. (Web site)

Flemish Landscapes

  1. Flemish landscapes (particularly from Antwerp) of the 16th century first served as an example.

Middelburg

  1. In 1587, Ambrosius Bosschaert moved from Antwerp to Middelburg with his family because of the threat of religious persecution.
  2. Christoffel van Berghe (the mysterious C.V.B.) was active in Middelburg and has a similar painting exhibited in the Mayer van den Bergh Museum in Antwerp. (Web site)
  3. He started his career in Antwerp, but spend most of it in Middelburg (1593-1613), where he became dean of the painters' guild.

Heem

  1. This is less true of the works of Jan Davidszoon de Heem (16061684), an important figure who spent much of his career based over the border in Antwerp.
  2. This style developed in the Dutch Republic, and was brought to Antwerp by Jan Davidsz de Heem. (Web site)

Rubens

  1. By the seventeenth-century, however, Antwerp was the main city for innovative artistic production, largely due to the presence of Rubens. (Web site)
  2. He was an important and proficient landscape painter who worked with Rubens and other masters in Antwerp.

Hals

  1. Hals was born in Antwerp, Belgium, and probably trained by the Dutch painter Karel van Mander. (Web site)

Belgian

  1. Radio Centraal is a Belgian "underground" radio station in the old city center of Antwerp.
  2. The year 2004 turned out to be an injury hampered season for the Belgian who managed only two titles in Antwerp and Paris. (Web site)

Native Amsterdam

  1. Netherlandish painter, active in his native Amsterdam and in Antwerp. (Web site)

Spanish Fury

  1. The Spanish Fury at Antwerp caused general consternation in the Netherlands. (Web site)
  2. In 1576 Spanish troops attacked and pillaged Antwerp, over three days that came to be known as " The Spanish Fury ". (Web site)

Berendrecht Lock

  1. The world's largest canal lock is the Berendrecht Lock and can be found in Antwerp, Belgium. (Web site)

Pieter Aertsen

  1. Pieter Aertsen was a Netherlandish painter active in his native Amsterdam and in Antwerp.
  2. Pieter Aertsen was born in Amsterdam but spent most of his productive years in Antwerp.

Ruckers Family

  1. Perhaps the greatest craftsmen were the Ruckers family of Antwerp (late 16th–17th cent).
  2. The Flemish school based in Antwerp was led by the Ruckers family. (Web site)

Brabant

  1. The territory was reorganised in the départements of Deux-Nèthes (present province of Antwerp) and Dyle (the later province of Brabant). (Web site)

Borgerhout

  1. For centuries the westernmost part of Deurne, on the border of Greater Antwerp, Borgerhout became an independent municipality on 13 June 1836. (Web site)

Antwerp Six

  1. Most famous are "The Antwerp Six", six designers all of whom graduated from the Academy in the early eighties.

Antwerp Guild

  1. He may have studied in Bruges before joining the Antwerp guild in 1503. (Web site)
  2. In 1598, at the age of 21, he was accorded the rank of master painter of the Antwerp Guild of St. Luke.

Professor

  1. This distinction in literature is also made by some experts, such as Kris Humbeeck, professor in Literature of the University of Antwerp here.

Dutch Painter

  1. Pieter Aertsen was a Dutch painter who had a workshop in Antwerp for several years.

Debut

  1. Ice hockey made its Olympic debut at the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium. (Web site)
  2. She made her debut on the international scene in 1986, with a show in London, together with the other five members of the so-called "Antwerp Six". (Web site)

Category

  1. This category includes football (soccer) players who participated in the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium. (Web site)
  2. This category includes rowers at the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium.

Fall

  1. Like many, Hals' family fled during the Fall of Antwerp (1584-1585) from the Spanish Netherlands to Haarlem, where he lived for the remainder of his life. (Web site)
  2. After the fall of Antwerp, many artists and craftsmen migrated to Haarlem and received commissions from the Haarlem council to decorate the city hall. (Web site)
  3. Art historians on the other hand have rarely studied painting in two decades between the Iconoclasm (1566) and the Fall of Antwerp (1585). (Web site)

Cities

  1. It is mostly flat and includes well known cities like Antwerp, Ghent and Bruges.

October

  1. The group also cancelled their second planned concert in Antwerp, Belgium on October 9, 2007, as Sting suffered from pharyngitis.

Winter

  1. In the winter of 1885-1886 Van Gogh attended the art academy of Antwerp, Belgium. (Web site)

Engraver

  1. Gerard de Jode (1509 – 1591) was a cartographer, engraver and publisher who lived and worked in Antwerp during the 16th century.

Medal

  1. He is only one of three Canadians to win an Olympic medal in the men's 400m freestyle, earning bronze at Antwerp. (Web site)

Silver Medal

  1. In 1920 he played for the United States Olympic Team which won the silver medal at Antwerp, Belgium.

Duchy

  1. Antwerp was not a "free" city though, since it had been reabsorbed into the duchy of Brabant in 1406 and was controlled from Brussels.

Exodus

  1. Because of the contribution of the Flemish exiles to this transformation, the exodus is sometimes described as " creating a new Antwerp ". (Web site)

Home

  1. In 1906, Braque traveled with Friesz to L'Estaque, to Antwerp, and home to Le Havre to paint. (Web site)
  2. Wealthy French people prefer Brussels, while most Dutch millionaires have elected Antwerp as their home. (Web site)

Returning

  1. In the following years, he also produced paintings for the Austrian court, and worked independently in Paris, before returning to Antwerp in 1657.
  2. Returning to Antwerp in 1540, he opened a large school and enjoyed the patronage of William of Orange and of many Flemish and Spanish notables.

Freestyle Relay

  1. She won a bronze medal in 4 x 100 m freestyle relay at the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp along with Aina Berg, Emily Machnow and Jane Gylling.

Tournament

  1. Overall, ice hockey in the Olympic Games dates back to 1920, when the tournament was part of the Summer Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium.

Area

  1. In 1870 Fort Merksem and the redoubts of Berendrecht and Oorderen were built for the defence of the area to be inundated north of Antwerp.

Rome

  1. While he was a canon of the cathedral of Antwerp, he was called to Rome by Innocent IX and made an assistant librarian of the Vatican Library.

Milan

  1. In 1368, he may have attended the wedding of Lionel of Antwerp to Violante, daughter of Galeazzo II Visconti, in Milan. (Web site)

July 12

  1. Hubert Lampo (Antwerp, September 1, 1920 — July 12, 2006) was a Belgian writer, one of the founders of magic realism in Flanders. (Web site)

Calvinists

  1. The Calvinists took some of the large cities, Brussels, Antwerp, Ghent, and held them in a state of terror. (Web site)
  2. He was also a prolific draughtsman, especially during the first half of the 1580s, when the Calvinists were in power in Antwerp.

Lutherans

  1. Most Lutherans were to be found inthe towns of Antwerp, Amsterdam, Woerden, Bodegraven, Bruges and in the province of Groningen. (Web site)

Venus Williams

  1. Clijsters returned to competition in Antwerp, losing to Venus Williams.

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  2. Countries > European Union > Belgium > Brussels
  3. Countries > European Union > Belgium > Flanders
  4. Settlements > Cities > Capitals > Amsterdam
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