Evergood

Evergood
/ev"euhr good'/, n.
Philip (Philip Blashki), 1901-73, U.S. painter.

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  • Evergood —   [ evəgʊd], Philip, amerikanischer Maler, * New York 26. 10. 1901, ✝ Bridgewater (Conneticut) 11. 3. 1973; malte lyrische und satirische Bilder mit komplizierter Symbolik; schuf auch Grafiken.   Literatur:   P. E., bearb. v. J. I. H. Baur (New… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • EVERGOOD, Miles (1871-1939) — artist was born in Melbourne in 1871 and studied for a short period at the national gallery school under Bernard Hall (q.v.) between 1893 and 1895. He exhibited at the Victorian Artists Society, and the Royal Art Society, Sydney, before leaving… …   Dictionary of Australian Biography

  • Evergood — /ev euhr good /, n. Philip (Philip Blashki), 1901 73, U.S. painter. * * * …   Universalium

  • Evergood, Philip — pseud. di Blashki, Philip …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • Philip Evergood — Infobox Artist bgcolour = #6495ED name = Philip Evergood imagesize = caption = Philip Evergood, circa 1942 birthname = birthdate = 1901 location = New York City deathdate = 1973 deathplace = Bridgewater, Connecticut nationality = American field …   Wikipedia

  • Miles Evergood — Birth name Myer Blashki Born January 10, 1871(1871 01 10) Melbourne, Australia Died March 21, 1939( …   Wikipedia

  • Philip Evergood — Philip Howard Francis Dixon Evergood (né Howard Blashki, en 1901 à New York – mort en 1973 à Bridgewater dans le Connecticut) était un peintre américain qui voulait mettre sa peinture au service de son engagement social. Il a ainsi forgé un style …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Eric Evergood — King Eric I of Denmark …   Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

  • Olaf I of Denmark — Olaf I Hunger King of Denmark Reign 1086–1095[1] Predecessor …   Wikipedia

  • Niels, King of Denmark — Niels King of Denmark Reign 1104–1134 Predecessor Eric I Evergood Successor …   Wikipedia

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