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MARCEL ET
DADAIST ARTIST MARCEL DUCHAMP
MARCEL GROSSMANN
MARCEL RENAULT
MARCEL ICHAC
ARTIST MARCEL DUCHAMP
MARCEL PAGNOL
JEFF
DEDICATED
SOUND
STAGE
COACH
APPROACH
PROBLEM
FAVOR
INFLUENCE
FRIEND
PORCELAIN
PIECE
JANUARY
ACTIVE
FILM
PARIS
TOUR DATES
DIONNE
ARTISTS
BROTHER
MARCEL DUCHAMP
DUCHAMP
ESCAPING
MARCEL
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Definitions

  1. Marcel, the youngest of the boys, and his sister Suzanne, born in 1889, both kept the name Duchamp as artists.
  2. Marcel was the European Poker Awards Player of the Year twice, in 2001 and 2004. (Web site)
  3. Marcel is also an Advisor to the World Poker Federation and the Leader of the Circle of Outlaws. (Web site)
  4. Marcel was sent to Mauthausen, where he died three months later of starvation, bronchitis and dysentery. (Web site)
  5. By 21, Marcel was a European certified chef instructor, teaching aspiring chefs by day and cooking in Michelin-starred restaurants by night. (Web site)

Marcel Et

  1. Duchamp, Marcel et al (illustrator). (Web site)

Dadaist Artist Marcel Duchamp

  1. This amazing art was called "mobiles" by his friend and Dadaist artist Marcel Duchamp.

Marcel Grossmann

  1. Marcel Grossmann (born in Budapest on April 9, 1878 - died in Zurich on September 7, 1936) was a mathematician, a friend, and a classmate of Albert Einstein.

Marcel Renault

  1. Both Louis and Marcel Renault raced company vehicles, but Marcel was killed in an accident during the 1903 Paris - Madrid race.

Marcel Ichac

  1. Marcel Ichac made a film entitled "Karakoram", chronicling a French expedition to the range in 1936. (Web site)

Artist Marcel Duchamp

  1. Marcel Duchamp (French, 1887-1968) - Find works of art, auction results & sale prices of artist Marcel Duchamp at galleries and auctions worldwide. (Web site)

Marcel Pagnol

  1. Marius (crater), a lunar impact crater Marius (film), written by Marcel Pagnol. (Web site)

Jeff

  1. In a battle of the blinds between Marcel Luske and Jeff Williams, Luske limped in and Jeff checked his option.

Dedicated

  1. Marcel served 5:30 AM Mass every day and was an active member of the Saint Vincent Society, dedicated to the care of the sick. (Web site)
  2. The SSPX was founded by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre and is dedicated to the formation of priests and in consequence, of preserving Catholic Tradition.

Sound

  1. I may sound like a lunatic to say this, but reading Planetes is like reading Descartes and Marcel.
  2. Marcel Proust, French novelist; Virginia Woolf, an English fiction writer, and William Faulkner, the author of Sound and Fury, is an American novelist.

Stage

  1. When the day of the great hunt arrives, Marcel secretly follows Joseph and Uncle Jules into the woods, setting the stage for the film's climactic moment. (Web site)
  2. Marcel Schwob worked on Oscar Wilde's play Salome, which was written in French to avoid a British law forbidding the depiction of Bible characters on stage. (Web site)

Coach

  1. Marcel Lacroix of Calgary, AB, coach of long track speed skater Denny Morrison, world 1500 metres champion and 1000 metres bronze medallist.

Approach

  1. Marcel, A. J. (1983). Conscious and unconscious perception: An approach to the relations between phenomenal experience and perceptual processes. (Web site)
  2. The approach of Isaac Deutscher and Marcel Liebman leads towards Shachtman's theory.
  3. Marcel Duchamp was a dada artist whose approach was intentional, calculated, concise, and even reductionist. (Web site)

Problem

  1. Marcel I doubt any shingle manufacturer would even take a glance at them if told they were installed over wood shingles and a problem occured in the future.
  2. Coach Marcel Lacroix says that shouldn't be a problem. (Web site)

Favor

  1. Marcel Duchamp famously gave up "art" in favor of chess. (Web site)

Influence

  1. This paper will discuss the influence that Marcel Duchamp had on the Dadaist movement in art.
  2. Before his performance, he spoke with Museum staff about the influence of artist Marcel Duchamp on his work and career. (Web site)

Friend

  1. His father Albert Dupré was organist in Rouen and a friend of Aristide Cavaillé-Coll, who built an organ in the family house when Marcel was 14 years old. (Web site)
  2. He is the son of Robert Lebel, art critic and friend of Marcel Duchamp. (Web site)
  3. The year before, the art world lost one of the founding fathers of conceptual art, Marcel Duchamp, who was both a friend to and an influence on Cage.

Porcelain

  1. Marcel Wanders replicated the shape and produced it in white porcelain.
  2. Perhaps most significantly, there's a tiny chip of porcelain from the urinal "Fountain" of Marcel Duchamp, taken from an unspecified exhibition.

Piece

  1. Duchamp wrote the piece for his two sisters and himself--each part is inscribed with a name: Yvonne, Magdelaine, Marcel. (Web site)
  2. The piece was written in 1916 as a performance piece for the Caberet Voltaire by Tristan Tzara, Richard Hulsenbeck and Marcel Janco.
  3. Again critics were up in arms over Marcel Duchamp, who, under the pseudonym of Richard Mutt, had submitted a urinal as a piece of sculpture called Fountain. (Web site)

January

  1. She has been dating a fellow country singer-songwriter named Marcel (born February 9, 1975) since January of 2002, and is a member of Soundclick.com.

Active

  1. Marcel Duchamp is a French artist, active in the XX century. (Web site)

Film

  1. In the following year, she kept working with bossa nova composers and recorded songs for Marcel Camus film "Orfeu do Carnaval".
  2. Set in the German prison camps of WWI, the film stars Jean Gabin as Marechal, and Marcel Dalio as Rosenthal.
  3. In 1946, Gabin was hired by Marcel Carné to star in the film, Les Portes de la Nuit, but his conduct got him fired again. (Web site)

Paris

  1. In 1904, Marcel came to Paris to join his two elder brothers, who had given up law and medicine in favor of artistic careers. (Web site)
  2. On April 18, 1910, in his studio just outside Paris, Marcel Duchamp presented a friend with an unusual gift: a wood toy called a bilboquet.
  3. Wilde struggled with his French, and the play was proofread and corrected by Marcel Schwob for its first performance, in Paris in 1896. (Web site)

Tour Dates

  1. Marcel - News, biography, tour dates, and photos.

Dionne

  1. In his first full NHL season, Gretzky tied Marcel Dionne for the scoring race but lost the Art Ross Trophy because Dionne had more goals. (Web site)
  2. Last election they had Marcel "Do you think it easy to make priorities?" Dionne, who was a loving joke.

Artists

  1. Walter Berry was an international lawyer and friend to many writers and artists, including Marcel Proust, Harry and Caresse Crosby, and Edith Wharton.
  2. The Cabaret Voltaire was an outlet of artistic expression for artists like Hans Arp, Marcel Janco and Hugo Ball. (Web site)

Brother

  1. At age 21, she married but quickly divorced, moving to the Montparnasse Quarter of Paris to be near her brother Marcel and to expand her own artistic career. (Web site)
  2. As the band resumed touring De-Loused, they added Juan Alderete (Racer X) on bass and Marcel Rodríguez-Lopez (brother of Omar) on percussion.
  3. As the band resumed touring De-Loused, they added Juan Alderete on bass and Marcel Rodriguez-Lopez (brother of Omar) on percussion.

Marcel Duchamp

  1. French sculptor, the brother of Marcel Duchamp and of Jacques Villon (he adopted the name Duchamp-Villon in about 1900). (Web site)
  2. There are a number of brilliant earlier articles on Duchamp, but the first long study is Robert Lebel, Marcel Duchamp (trans. (Web site)
  3. Marcel Duchamp - Olga's Gallery pages with biography and images. (Web site)

Duchamp

  1. Marcel Duchamp, born in Blainville, near Rouen, is the brother of painters Jacques Villon and Suzanne Duchamp, and of the sculptor Raymond Duchamp-Villon. (Web site)
  2. Around this time he, Villon, and their other brother, Marcel Duchamp, attended weekly meetings of the Puteaux group of artists and critics.
  3. Outerbridge then traveled to Paris and became friends with the artists and photographers Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp, and Berenice Abbott. (Web site)

Escaping

  1. Marcel Duchamp was a famous expatriate, a wanderer, living and working in Paris, New York, and Buenos Aires and escaping from them in turn. (Web site)

Marcel

  1. Marcel "Marco" van Basten (October 31, 1964 in Oog in Al, Utrecht) is a Dutch football manager, currently in charge of the Dutch national team.
  2. After escaping the Bastille, Norby and Jeff take a Frenchman named Marcel through a wild romp through time as they try to find the origin of the device.
  3. In order to study, his brother, Jacques Villon, supported Marcel, and Marcel earned some income by working as a cartoonist.

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