17 Burst results for "Thomas Gainsborough"

"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

05:56 min | 2 d ago

"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"I guess that's always been sort of like a goal of mine s O I developed this forum has an idea inspired by Various museums have gone to his young person, Ron Dalzell on others, and by the way, runs wonderful book that came out around 1918 1982 Shell Guide to the History of London. It's a fairly large book, I guess you'd call it Ah Coffee table book, but my gosh it is. It's fantastic in London at that time, there's been so much development sense. But the shell guide to the history of London. That is one of the best biographies of that great city that you'll ever read by William Ronald Dalzell. Glad to say a friend of mine and definitely a great mentor. Who brought me, I guess to you, but this program begins actually across the pond there, it's Scotland to be specific at the National Gallery of Scotland. Uh, right on that trip. Decided to head north. I've been in London for a little bit, met some wonderful people on traveled north and then was going to meet meet up with them later on for Christmas. But I said, if I don't go north now, I'll probably get, you know, bog down here in London and in England, and I'm never gonna get up to Scotland, so I went up there almost right away. I went to Edinburgh Marvelous City. The first thing you notice when you get off the train if you want If you get there by train, you get out of my think Victoria Station. The first thing you notice is the smell of wheat that hangs in the air. It's like a combination off, well bred, and we like it like a loaf of honey. Wheat bread permeates everything in the city, and that's because of the breweries that are there in Edinburgh. It's a marvelous snow. When I talk to people about that, he said. Just live here for a few years and see if you still like that smell because it goes everywhere in and it does. But what a wonderful welcoming for your first visit Edinburgh to be able to smell that lost thing. Honey aroma that goes everywhere because of those breweries. One of my first visit was to the museum, the National Gallery of Scotland, now part of the National Gallery's of Scotland. They're off Princess Street. In the heart of Edinburgh, right near Edinburgh Castle. The fabulous Um, neoclassical building. Not very large When you look at it, In fact, like the Frick, it's one of those museums where you can see pretty much. Everything that they have on on exhibition. If you give it like a couple hours, maybe two or three hours, you can pretty much see everything that's there. Although there's a lot more in storage they were on. Maybe about eight years ago, the director was on the show on It was like coming home for me, and I wanted to talk about a few works of art that really made a great impact on me and I we're going to go to some other museums, but the National Gallery of Scotland there in Edinburgh Number one has to be the full length portrait of the Honorable Mrs Graham by Thomas Gainsborough is completed and 17 77 is of a woman by name of Mary Mary Graham, who had married A man by the name of Thomas Graham, who went into the military relatively late in life. He was a landowner. Ah, he was an empty for a number of years. They were very happily married. On. We see Mrs Graham around the time of her blood actually been married, maybe about two or three years and you see Mrs Graham in full length by Thomas Gainsborough As he is really going into his mature period, the 17 eighties you're gonna open up his brushwork even more. The lighting is going to be even more dramatic, but you have basically the formula there of the grand manner. Height of Thomas Gainsborough, his career in the Mrs Graham portrait. You see her almost like like like someone from the period of Van Dyke from 100 years before, in fact, very influential. The Gainsborough the painter Anthony Van Dyke, the way that he painted the court of Charles the first Was very influential to him. So it kind of like uses in some ways contemporary costume, but then mixes it with little elements of from 100 years before from the time of the Stuarts and then brings it in. You see that with Mrs Graham, you see the beautiful plumed hat on top of her head. Her lightly powdered hair still piled up in the style of the 17 seventies, although Pretty soon. That style is gonna loosen up as women in the 17 eighties think that? Well, that's how Roman women probably wore their hair. There was a sort of neoclassical craze in terms of that went into fashion. Not just hairstyles, but clothing the way country houses would be would be built. If you have this neo classicism that becomes the rage in Britain, beginning in the 18th century by the mid 17 hundreds. It really is something in so many of the great country houses that we see there were built during that time re converting earlier structures, and then those would be converted later on in the 19th century, sometimes sort of British neo Gothic style that was very popular in the beginning of the 18 hundreds. But Mrs Graham was wonderful City in front of that painting and looking at this image that I had seen in our history books from the time I was very small was really quite a revelation. I love that painting. I love it. Still, By the way, I'm gonna be talking about the National gallery. I don't get it to get to it. Today we'll pick it up with a part two and another time. I In subsequent years, though, I would learn to appreciate the study that Gainsborough does of Mrs Graham. Portrait bust. It's a study, though, for the full length and Edinburgh and I think that I like it even more for the facial expression for for the psychology, even if you will..

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"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo's Art History Podcast

07:46 min | 2 months ago

"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

"So the best place to start is always the beginning and the first question. We're going to ask who was Sir joseph was a british art dealer. Who ron has family dealership. Has families gallery called the dean brothers which was started by his father who originally set up shop and hull divine was the eldest of fifteen children and left school religiously early to help his father run the business from home after a while the business took off on the moved operation to london when dean was a young man. He made a very Realization that you'd put a lot of arts but americans had money on. He convinced his father to allow him to go over to america. A small dealership. They're also under the name. The dean brothers. Why this is important is because joseph defend spearheaded. What historically issue fair to as the great art drain over europe now. This is exactly what it sounds like. Dean was instrumental in shifting a large portion of european master paintings who refer to european masters we as a wide variety of artists which include rafael. Thomas gainsborough davinci. Peter paul ribbons so on and so on so the great art. Jane was essentially kick started because there was at the turn of the twentieth century there was a sudden borst of what we call or refer to as new money in the united states and divine saw this as an excellent opportunity because this was a new wave of wealth within america who actually became obsessed with the art collections of europe's great rulers. And why this worked in defense fever is because while the american millionaires of demeans tied couldn't become lords and ladies the kitchen europe we could buy their family portraits and other works that the had once owned which was a way of them strengthening their feeling of identification and equality with british ability and with the great rulers merchant princes all the renaissance which may seem like a strange thing. But there is always unkind. Still isn't somewhere of tabu earned the idea of new money. If he were old money you were established and just carried a bit more clouds on. I believe this is why the Here new money of america so to find lineage and their art collections or achieve a sense of greatness from the art which the owns so divine us district advantage and began presenting clients and filling his shop with the most incredible paintings from european masters as well as presenting them with the most beautiful examples of from within the canon of history. He also provided them with a fu history on provenance of a painting. Just affiliate cement. The fact that these had once belonged to lords and ladies and people of nobility you'd which only enhanced the want for people to buy them acquire them enhancing them and their shaney new manhattan apartments another appeal for providing pints with phil and provenance. It was a way for the super-rich to know philly cement selves within the history of this painting as well and it was non hair dove that divine could get his hands on paintings that once belonged to can charles i of england or francis the of france madame de palm purdue unit divine. Get you a painting once belonged to these. People have is a little bit of question. Marks of hovering around has provenance and has techniques. And things like that. But we'll get onto that a leftover in the podcast finally by offering On a province which was linked It gave clients saints of immortality that even long after they were gone their name would not be sat alongside the kings and queens of europe as one of the owners of this incredible artwork long after they were going and it was kind of blake. Dean was hanging the beautiful bait in front of these uber wealthy knitting that's of deep desire all climates and lineage which they just didn't seem to have which may seem strange to us or no having not being a millionaire myself. I don't know what you go through when you when you get new money. And it was by dangling. These beautiful must have paintings that divine within his clients with some classic divine sailing techniques. And these wear won't may defeat so infamous and why people believe him to be most incredible art dealer within the history of arm so he not only provide talk. Quality works to the wealthy and the epa wealthy s time rematch trump really tycoons to the millionaire bankers and one of his best clients was gp. Morgan he would also then pervade fill history of the painting for the war to suddenly become unavailable or reserved for a different client. Which of course always naturally laid to assail. This is just one of the things that define used to more is very infamous for. But there's some other things israel that he used to do which go hand in hand with giving being one of the best dealers within the history of art he was also the far steeler to bring in the idea of the ip treatment or has clients so dinners private views sending bottles of champagne to their table at restaurants flavors boxes Hotels we upgrades unit dean data. He thought it would sweeten the deal another thing that if he knew city which is a technique which is still used to in galleries as to send a work to clients heis before. They've even paid for that night. That's a classic technique of divine which the dealer phones moral from the Resulted in a sale. And as someone who has seen this technique used personally. I would stunned by denouncing s a very good technique so dean recall a client and declared that he had just brand new workin. It was incredible the absolutely had to see it on standing over for that apartment to view what he would normally do as contact his client as the work was awayday. Three quarters of the way to their apartment enemy so even if they were saying we're not going to be an or we're go the had no option but to accept the work and as i said if seen it happen before once it was in their space or once a client space it resulted in sioux another technique which define is known for as exclusive access to his works so as well as these vip private viewings dinners has gallery. He would also show clients walks. Meet them completely fall in love of it by spending these huge elaborate stories of their histories. Where these to be displayed as the clients completely fell in love with that he would say all shame it's reserved for somebody else and they're willing to pay wailed over the asking price which of course clients.

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"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:49 min | 11 months ago

"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on KCRW

"Is just the latest setback for the ports which have been hit hard by the ongoing trade war with Beijing as KCRW's Chery Glaser reporting yes it is still February but it doesn't feel like it outside forecasters say this week's hot temperatures will peak today in the region National Weather Service meteorologist Richard Thompson says changes are on the way however daily the hottest day across the the area then a little bit cooler tomorrow and then much cooler for Saturday and Sunday with even a chance of showers on Sunday this week's unusually warm temps are the result of a ridge of high pressure that's been sitting over the region as well as around of Santa Ana winds the Santa Ana winds will die out today making way for cooler on shore flow and one of the most prized exhibits at the Huntington library in San Marino will return to display public display next month the blue boy has been the star of the Huntington's collection since it opened as the first old masters museum in LA in nineteen twenty eight the painting was done by British artist Thomas Gainsborough around seventeen seventy museum bought it for around seven hundred twenty eight thousand dollars a record price for painting at the time it's been not in restoration now for about three years support for NPR comes from focus features presenting Emma Jane Austen's romantic comedy about love an old surprises is reimagined in the new movie Emma directed by autumn de Wilde now playing in select theaters everywhere March sixth and rock auto open online auto parts store shipping parts directly to customers worldwide everything from complex sensors to new carpet Moore at rock auto dot com speaking of those temperatures right now AT forty west Covina seventy five instead of Korea this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm ari Shapiro in public Colorado and I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington what is the value of one politician throwing his or her support behind another this week saw the highest ranking African American member of Congress Jim Clyburn threw his support behind former vice president Joe Biden I want the public to know.

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"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:10 min | 11 months ago

"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"With engine problems kia is recalling more than one hundred ninety three thousand vehicles in two separate actions both involving a potential fire risk twenty thirteen and fourteen optima midsize cars have a fuel hose second deteriorating crack in the case of twenty eleven and twelve said donors the fuel injector rail can crack but with the increase the risk of fuel leaks reporter Jeff Gilbert kia says it is still working on a fix for the problem a doctor in riverside is now facing charges following his arrest on suspicion of using drugs while treating patients and for having a gun at his office police got an anonymous tip that started in the investigation into keys Curtis riverside police officer Ryan Railsback tells KNX officers pulled Kurdish over found he had three bags of meth they went back to his office first and conducted a search they found a legal drug pipes that's used for smoking methamphetamine they also found a shot gun it is illegal for a drug addict in the state of California to have a firearms or rails back issues of Kurdish his guns were taken away Curtis is free on bail right now due in court in April the real voice is coming back the most prized exhibits of the Huntington library in San Marino he's been out of view for a year while being restored the work by British artist Thomas Gainsborough was painted in seventeen seventy the master peach which you peace with you which is a life size image of a young man a blue satin suit will be on public viewing beginning March twenty six that will be in the Thorton portrait gallery to see lines were recently rescued off the coast of California are making their debut at their new home in Hawaii the two three year old female felines named New Britain brawler have joined the aquatic attractions at sea life park the park says the C. lines will not be performers but will be used instead as part of an educational program twelve nineteen on KLX the city of Whittier filing court papers against to insurance companies for allegedly refusing to compensate the community three million dollars in settlement costs it stems from a case in which officials agreed to pay several current and former police officers who sued over alleged traffic citation quotas the papers allege breach of contract the city is also seeking attorneys fees and punitive damages Long Beach flood control infrastructure is about to be strengthened the project will create one hundred and fifty new jobs parts of Long Beach in Long been plagued by flooding and mudslides after heavy rains so much so the your city leaders say economic investment in those areas has lagged behind the rest of the Long Beach area the infrastructure improvements will be funded through a nine million dollar federal grant about two million dollars in local funds twelve twenty on KNX final hour of this trading day on Wall Street let's get a check of your money now here's Frank moe Jack well another rough day in the financial markets as the corona virus headlines have been hammering of the markets and we've been seeing some rally attempt fizzle out again here in the final hour of the trading day the Dow down seven hundred fifty five points back to twenty six thousand two oh two about three thousand points from its recent record high which this was about a couple weeks ago the S. and P. five hundred and the Dow both now in correction territory that is to say that they are down more than ten percent from their recent highs the S. and P. five hundred right now down eighty three points and the nasdaq is sliding two hundred fifty nine points all the major averages down nearly three percent at this point of the trading day the Dow was down as much as nine hundred sixty points early on we did see a rally attempt of the Dow was down about two hundred and now losses again the accelerating here in the final minutes of the trading day among the high flyers are really getting hit today Tesla down eighty five dollars back to six ninety two was about nine hundred recently and we see a virgin galactic another company that saw a meteoric rise recently down six dollars a twenty three dollars of science worst one day plunge since the company went public one bright spot here charter communications here in Los Angeles announcing the creation of the spectrum community investment loan fund fund.

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"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on Outside/In

Outside/In

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on Outside/In

"Gardens describes peasants working. This is not sound of me from the museum by the way it as a creative dramatization of my reaction. I recorded this. In a stairwell tower peasants in the fields. People thought that all what is good. Fool men is beautiful so if you have vine yards and you see the grapes and you and they promise a good vine this is beautiful because it's good for the people but if you go to adopt forest with wild animals they are dangerous and so duck. Forest is not beautiful as opposed to the cave painters who chose to paint both Predator editor and pray. The history of European landscape artists focused on the aspects of the natural world has been and can be dominated owned and harnessed landscape. It is when you're standing outside of things. This is Beverley. navis in artists focused on ecological issues into professor at the University of Washington Tacoma. It's it very much. A representation of dominant culture you know Christian hegemony manifest destiny white supremacy. We all of those different systems of oppression create the sense of ownership over the land. There's a famous British painting by a guy named Thomas Gainsborough. It was made in seventeen fifty. And it's a portrait of a newly married couple Mr and Mrs Andrews. This is the third piece for those following online. Let's take a look. Ah Mrs Andrews is sitting on a pretty little bench front of a wide scene of the English countryside. Sort of like an iphone panoramic Mr Andrew standing beside her rifle casually balanced in the crook of his arm. These two members of the landed gentry aristocrats who made a living just from Owning property in a BBC film called the ways of seeing critic John Birger puts it this way they have become not couple in nature. There's IT's private land. If a man stood up potato at that time he risked the public whipping. The sentence for poaching was deportation without doubt among the principle pleasures. This painting gave Mr and Mrs Andrews was the pleasure of seeing themselves lose as the owners of the land again and again. You see the same geographies in these Caribbean landscape pieces. Ironically what you don't see are a lot of the celebrated landscapes that we find interesting today. The jungles Tundras High Mountain peaks. These vistas we're still seeing as dangerous. Angels the Alps crossed but it was seen as a very dangerous thing to go over the Alps. No body would have done to climb up a mountain to go to the snow zone because this is only dangerous. People didn't climb them and people didn't paint them and trump. This kind of landscape really really ugly ugly ugly. Can you believe it but let us leave this European history for a moment and skip over to another gallery in the outside of museum one where you will find almost the exact opposite lots and lots of mountains not much else. Well well when you look at the landscape petty you'll saw the same thing again and again in different dynasties always always this same subject matter mountains rivers. And that's why change the landscape painting as a card Santuary Hawk Shaanxi Mountain Water. This wing of the museum is dedicated to what I'm calling the mountains as Metaphor Movement and our curator here my name Leeann one. I'm from Concordia University in Montreal. Canada paintings in this wing. Start way back at at least fifteen hundred years ago. When Chinese artists poets and scholars were painting mountains and rivers on Silken fabrics with black India ink? These mountains and rivers Are Doing something that the commission landscape of Europe do not they union CODA philosophy philosophical idea. We call that thaw. Aw that's the community to the old Janu. The landscape art the classical their traditional Chinese landscape painting. The Dow sometimes translated into English as the way is a part of Chinese philosophy religion even politics. And it's represented here through visual artistic traditions. which you can see for yourself if you're following? Online artwork. Number four is an example of a mountain water painting. The artists are neither concerned with realism or with ownership here the flow of a waterfall into a stream in the mist floating up or a trail winding through the mountains. These images are sort of philosophy in themselves. Road owed is also way and we the translation of which is a doll therefore in Chinese pending. You're always always a say a small Zigzag Mountain road and the also like water go beyond the mountain tops go. EMP Yang the peaks in their west. We yield there another term. We say translate doesn't tell that's how you'll go beyond that this world to another world the philosophical world to reach the You know I don't WanNa Fetish is a ideas that I don't really understand and the Dow is definitely that but there is something familiar here. A tradition urge even that you might relate to in urge to see ourselves in the world around us to project our own feelings onto landscapes and ecosystems continue. The artists prefer to to express their internal ideas. Internal failings their Sentimental in there nancy pending. Yeah other words. Nancy Cape is a nautical rarity our representation of the littoral order but her expression of their internal order or we say their internal world the Europeans by the way eventually got here to you about two hundred years ago. Romantic time there is a concept we call sublime supplement. Could it be comparable to the Dow here again. Our European curator Neal's Bittner once I respond to the supreme was fair Sense of terrifying danger but once it becomes clear that one this not actually threatened the feeling can change it to delight looking looking at high mountains are stole me landscapes can give you a good feeling to know that you're not in a storm in your own.

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"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Hello and welcome to the podcast I'm Holly Fry and I'm Tracy Wilson uh-huh Tober I know it's kind of like the militia of October at this point yes so for anybody who's worried that we haven't had a ton of Halloween content it's just kind of clumping all at the end whereas in previous years it's kind of been like every other one throughout the month right just because of scheduling needs it's ended up that are October stuff all coming out really in the back half of October hopefully that will be enough to tide people over I know it's hard to wait this extra two weeks I now as someone who celebrates Halloween virtually every day of the year I understand the topic that we're covering today is something I've wanted to talk about for a really long time hi and that is F W Murnau I make no secret that I love for ought to you as well as a lot of his other work of Nosrat you has a very special place in my heart see above re Halloween every day but Murnau's life is so much more than that one film and that's actually happened fairly early in his film career so there's a lot that happened afterwards he was truly an innovator in cinema and a visual storyteller whose work is even today hotly debated for its merits Alz but its influence is felt in so many films that you see today where the filmmakers were influenced by Murnau So you are still getting the benefits of his efforts whether you know it or not Murnau was born Friedrich Wilhelm poop in Bielefeld Germany on December twenty eighth eighteen eighty nine his brother Robert later described him who went by his middle name of Ville him by saying quote from the very beginning my brother overflowed with imagination and their family was well off their father heinrich plume had inherited a profitable textile business which he sold for pretty tidy sum I'm and then bought a sprawling state the families children would put on plays and the garden and that's where bill home really fell in love with the idea of Peter Apparently one of his sisters his mother was his father's second wife and one of his older sisters was initially like directing all of them to do the he's plays but he pretty quickly was like no I wanna make this stuff But their idyllic privileged childhood was abruptly interrupted when Heinrich PUPA sold the family property and sunk all of his money into what turned out to be a bad investment they weren't destitute at that point but they did have significant downgrade in their lifestyle but villains love of putting on productions continued unabated and his brothers who wanted to encourage his creativity despite their father thinking that that was a waste of time actually built a little theatre for him to put on his shows complete with lighting and moving scenery who was a voracious reader was at the top of his class in school all his father wanted him to go on to become a professor and to that end he attended university in Berlin where you started working as an actor under the name of Murnau this new name was in the hopes of his father not discovering what he was doing but they'll homeless tall about six foot four and very easy to recognize as soon a family friends spotted him in a performance and mentioned it to his parents Heinrich then cut his son off financially but Murnau's grandfather his mother's side started sending him a monthly allowance so he could stay in Berlin he was still going to school he hadn't shirked to that part of this responsibility he also apparently was living a rather lavish life which had caused some problems when his father was called with these like huge debts that that he had amassed kind of putting only the finest furnishings and art his little apartment but yeah he he thought he could just work is an actor on the side while he also to school but after Berlin Ville home went on school in Heidelberg and there he studied Literature Art History and philosophy and it was also there in nineteen o eight that he connected with Max Reinhardt. austrian-born Reinhard it was a well known figure on the German theater scene and he was impressed by Ville Hill when he saw him perform in a play that was put on by the university he was so impressed in fact that he with him a place in his theater school with full scholarship if Murnau agreed to attend for a full six years in nineteen eleven Murnau Assistant Reinhardt and the production of a play called the miracle which was written by Carl von Miller he had been exploring directing and he realized that he preferred that to acting in this move to directing was motivated by a certain practicality he knew there being as tall as he was would be a hindrance to being cast in leading roles but his height really made no difference to working as a director yeah he was so distinctive looking that he was like no one is going to want to cast me from one show to another because I will just look like the same dude no matter what I do World War One though did put a damper on art former now for a little while who served in the German military he was I called up as a foot guard and then he was promoted and then became a company commander and eventually transferred to the Air Force and while flying with German Air Force he crashed eight times but he away every time without any serious injuries and after his last crash landing in Switzerland he was arrested and interned at undermined where he used his time as a prisoner of war to work on a film script and produce theater with his fellow internees according to fellow officer Major Gung shrum every evening Murnau would recite a poem I'm called the pianist of death to the officers and according to the same account he also carried a stick with him which was made out of propeller which was full of bullet holes he was so influential that a lot of men he served with also started carrying similar sticks is sort of a strange wartime bashing trend that burnell had created did while Murnau made it through the war seemingly unscathed his best friend Hans our inbound Diga was killed at the front and that was a loss that Murnau greed really deeply the loss of Hans was perhaps so difficult because he had been one of the few people that Murnau was actually close to even pronounce family was often kept it was linked particularly during the time that he had changed his name in worked on his secret acting career there is a story about one of his brother's going to the same places him but telling his friends and other people in the family like oh I can't I'm not allowed to look at at villa like I can't I can't acknowledge that related to him but thing his closest friend really seemed to catalyze desire to connect more deeply to his siblings and his family which he did in his early thirties after the war ended it didn't go back to the theater and steady shifted his interest to film he edited a few short films for the German Embassy. These basically propaganda in one thousand nine hundred ninety eighteen he founded his own film company with friends from his time at the RHEINHARDT school under his company Burnout Vite Vin gesellschaft he made the transition into acting long-form film he did this when he directed the boy in blue that was inspired by the seventeen seventy painting the blue boy by Thomas Gainsborough a copy the painting appears in the film but the face in the original was replaced with the face of the main character in nineteen twenty history overlaps with the CBS podcasts. Subject Bela Lugosi Murnau directed Lugosi in an adaptation of the Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde story that was originally published in eighteen eighty six Murnau's version which was titled janus-faced was a critical success although like a lot of his work modern audiences have no access to it as it has been lost almost half of his film were lost over the years Murnau's work in one thousand nine hundred eighty two is what has truly endured though and that's what's given the director his longevity as a person of interest among horror fans especially it was then that he directed the cult classic Nas for me to even if you don't know the film odds are that you have seen images it count Orlov who's the vampire at the center of the plot is just an unmistakable figure this is what I'm going to confess to holly that I've never seen this film all the way through but I immediately can call what count or lack looks like the mind like and how he moves like all of that I WANNA my dramatic throwing of things across the room but I'll forgive you you're missing out though I know I know there's so much media to consume count or lack is tall and thin with large pointy ears heavy eyebrows and long pointy front teeth and he's one of cinema's oldest and most iconic villains and serves as sort of a shorthand for a vampire now and coming up we'll talk about some of the rumors around the making of Toronto but first we're GONNA pause for words from one of our sponsors.

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"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

The Art Newspaper Weekly

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

"That improves transparency in the one hundred percent. And I am positive if if blockchain is the answer then fantastic nothing has been the answer so far. And I also think there's a difference. You know with talk today about providence issues with Leonardo and so on and so forth. I think there's any so much can do for older work. What you need to do is start tracking work today. And at least in two hundred years there's going to be a record of the best relation to the truth. Two hundred years. Podcast year in review. And. I'm going to ask you about stories, which perhaps words is way t-. And we're more engaging. An entertaining multi. Let's talk about this wonderful gains per story. We covered it in podcast. This is one of my favorite stories of the year. It is about mergers. So I'm not. Known for we should use the word entertaining. Anyway, it was the story that we ran earlier this year about to have gains his relatives. And I was working with Mark bills. The curator or director of the gains house on the story for an expedition it he was doing and Mark discovered that two of gainst relatives had been involved in bankruptcy case. And there was a row with someone over the return of the money and they had threats against their live. And I was able to find newspapers from seventeen thirty eight which gave the details, and they were pretty horrific the with threats against the uncool and cousin of Thomas Gainsborough who was the young artist at the time and the cousin was threatened with either being shot or hung and the newspaper report said that he was being accused of of being the ROY. Odes oss. Now, this was an expression we don't normally use in the newspapers I had to ask my editor could exception to use it because it was from a historic document from seventeen thirty eight. So we did. And I also discovered that the two men had indeed been murdered and one of them was murdered in a London pub. So we have the details of what happened astonishingly after all those many years. I mean, the interesting question to me is what the implications were for the the the artist he was he was only I think twelve the time. It must have been traumatic have to his close relatives murdered and AM sakes. But is nice. They all called Thomas Gainsbourg. Yes. And one wonders what the impact. Did it make him more determined to succeed in his professional certainly didn't put him off? So I think it's throws a new light on one of the really great British artists will any stories which could your this year, I can match eighteenth century murders, I'm afraid, but I well my highlight of the year is the Victoria Beckham got behind old master portraits, which is got to be one of the most unexpected and bizarre. I mean, a former Spice Girl getting into either fifteenth sixteenth seventeenth century paintings. But she didn't end to get behind them. She is really waving their flag, and it works that they look good in her store. It's not a one night wonder she's done it. Again, this issue there. There were four still lives in her showroom in London. She has plans in New Yorkers. Well, and I just think you know, what it's collaborative it's unexpected. It's an era of them. Innovatory Beckham a fashion icon. She could so easily have picked a contemporary artist and splashed her name ever. I think it's really exciting. One wonders did to Beckham conceive of. Into into this infatuation with the old masters before or after the Leonardo sold for four hundred fifty million dollars. I mean, she says it was visit to the Frick that had inspired her. I think either portrait Sharon southeast. I think there are links because poetry was where she started. But no, it was definitely after. Okay. Lastly, I'm gonna ask you both for your exhibition of the year Martin Stott with well, then you won't be surprised the time going to choose van gov. And the expedition I would spotlight is next Bish on often Japan which was in Amsterdam vanguard museum spring, and it was meticulously researched very beautifully. Presented and told the story about how Japanese art and up knees prints in particular hood influence fan golf in his artistic development and his paintings and seeing the exhibition once again made me feel how exotic Japanese prints would have appeared in the night in the late nineteenth century. We're so used now with computer screens and everything to see bright colorful images. But in those times it wasn't. And it must have been mind blowing to the artists the impressionists who were influenced by Japanese prints to see these vivid colors, and these strong outlines and very strong images. So that's my choice of the expedition of the year that REM. Minds. We will tune is key Cokie rating show at Tate Britain next year, which is all about Van Gogh from Britain, which we must get you back onto the Costa took about buying Meli your show. The start says also a modern Manatt show, which is the poughkeepsie nineteen thirty to show at Tate modern which I really really didn't want to like as much as I did. Because I thought modern irritate Monge in contemporary art, really. But it just it was amazing about his art. It was amazing about how the year affected him personally and professionally and also important things like the rise of fascism. It really was I thought it was spectacular. But can I ask you Ben in the hope you're going to give us something contemporary? I was gonna say take Motrin. But actually, I'm gonna probably now you said that I completely agree with your it was it was one of the great exhibitions I've ever seen. I think there was one room way. Where we we saw the works that had done over the course of I think six weeks, and then there's even the section which was done over about ten days. And it was masterpiece after masterpiece in and the level this sort of predict level of greatness. Yeah. It was it was spellbinding. I am right now. I'm probably gonna go further back. There were many great contemporaries, but I don't think any show acted me as much as chose the first show at the roller kademi, it's a collection, which if you ask anybody, what was the greatest collection of all time, then Chelsea verse collection is right up there. And while it wasn't able to piece together all the masterpieces. There are so many masterpieces that were that were in that collection that can't be lent. But still it was just astonishing. It was room after room move extrordinary paintings, the there was one room in the middle of it with all those amazing dyke portrait's chose I and it was it was sort of room where you were sink to your knees with the gravity of the great works around you so yes, chose the first at the Royal Academy for me. But I wanted to ask why they didn't have the Leonardo painting because it was thought to belong to gel, and I think the raw collection for a moment fought back trying to ask to. Zero it. But in the end, I think they thought it was rather sensitive improperly rather wisely declined put in alone application. Let's the great way to come full circle in the conversation melting. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. We'll

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"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

The Art Newspaper Weekly

14:57 min | 2 years ago

"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

"Yeah. Each people house. These brought to you in this OC with Bonhams auctioneers since seventeen ninety three with expertise in more than sixty categories of collecting it specialists will connect you with your passion. Find what defines you at Bonhams dot com. Hello and welcome to the art newspaper podcast. I'm Ben Luke coming out this week. I talked to rose, Lee Goldberg the founding director and chief curator of the New York by new performer about her new book performance. Now, live aren't for the twenty first century court to go here. But first we can travel back to the eighteenth century and delve into the grisly events in the early life of the artist. Thomas Gainsborough, the cover story of the Tober printed edition of the art newspaper is headline murders. Most found it explodes new research begun by Mark bills, the director of gains housing sub break the artist birthplace in eastern England and continued by the newspaper zone, Martyn, Bailey and delighted that Mark and Martin are here with me in the studio. Multi. Let's start by saying exactly what happened. Well, it was seventeen thirty eight in sunbury where the gains profoundly lived and the uncool and the cousin of the artist were involved in financial matters and claiming over bankruptcy case. And the other side was very belligerent and began threatening the gains per family and begin with a threatening letter with sent to the uncle and the cousin saying that they should drop the claim. Otherwise they would face death and the was the second letter of some months later reiterating this. In the meantime, the cousin had been murdered. And after the second letter, the angle was murdered Mark. Can you tell us about the research which led you to this discovery will? It was a piece in the London gazette which which. Which mentioned there was a reward for death threats and had the dotes of the death threats and information about them, and that tied with your the contested information. We had about Gainsborough's uncle and cousin the time in London that the time of their deaths time, they made their wills. I'll that we we because he was intriguing and it seemed the fact that they'd gone to the secretary of state and offer to reward that there was something in this. It wasn't just, you know, not all the date Stallard and it would seem very clear that that that that that it was it was murder. And how did the story developed from there? What was the next piece of research to be uncovered? Well, I mean, that's, you know, we had lots of information about Gainsborough them. We sort of them we went to, then we started to put together the catalog, and then I met with Martin who then came up with the wonderful death rates would just in the Nick of time, it has to be said because we could add them to the catalog, and they furnished viz wonderful detail actually unconfirmed that murder was absolutely. It wasn't admitted. So just before I ask you to read out these grisly details most in these threats, I think we should establish the all three of the people that we're talking about the artist, his uncle and his cousin. All cool Thomas. And so we'll refer to them as the artists the younger cousin, if we can't, if that's okay, but Martin go ahead. Tell us about these threats and the details within them. Yes. Well, in the first reddening letter, the. The anonymous writer said, we will come down and blow you up with gone gunpowder. God damn you or else. The poor unfortunate cousin would be fed a meal that you will not like a week earlier. The enormous writer said that his gang had been just behind the cousin and described him as the rogues OSs. Now the in the cousin must've been very worried and taking these threats very seriously because they actually both wrote their wills very shortly afterwards. And there was a second threatening letter sent sent a short time later with an ultimatum, and the ultimatum said, you must drop your financial claim within seven days or else. And after that ultimately expired five days later, the cousin was buried, so his body must have been taken to Sudbury an all the arrangements made. So he must have been killed literally within a few hours after the end of the expulsion of the three, the end of the ultimatum. Now, what's remarkable is that after this, the ankle was undeterred in pursuing. He's this debtor despite the fact that you know his son was dead, which is a remarkable state of affairs, isn't it? There was a sort of relentlessness to his proceed. Yes, it is incredible that. The cousin was killed, and then the the coil carried on fearlessly and six months later to died. Now I discovered what happened. Thanks again to a local newspaper, the weekly miscellany recorded that he died in London pub the golden fleece in corn hill. Now, the unusual to dine a pop in this, you've had too much to drink, but one wonders whether he was actually fed a meal that he would not. Like anyway, he died in the pub so it is a stunning the brazen threats were made and to people when I did so Mark in your essay in the catalogue, you're able to sort of straddle this together in into a picture. And I think that he wouldn't, you know you would pursue the. Debt. If your son had been murdered, you wouldn't want to give up on people not possibly wasn't so worried about his own life, but I didn't know. I, it's, it's, it's it is. It is is difficult to know. We also know the pub- the where his life ended was just around the corner from the coach top from Sabrina. London is fairly easy to get to suburb from London. Probably these than it was today. As a regular thing, and it was around just around the corner. I mean, I think the most astonishing thing is against bro. Just, you know, six months later was going to London getting off of that same coached up, of course, in east of London. An that must have been quite a because he was there because of the money of his of his left him. But he must have been very aware that this the debtor taken place in a very close to that, but he was never threatened himself, but it was the, you know, the the wealthier parts of the family, the other two Thomas's. So we should say that that Thomas games for the artist at this stage is eleven years old and he benefits directly through his uncle. He does, I mean, is on call. I mean that side of the family had build them out against father, went bankrupt in seventy thirty three. And though the guest house. Was bought by that side of the family and they were allowed to continue to live there so so. So when gains games died, he left twenty pounds and with further possibility of another twenty pounds for him, which doesn't sound an awful lot, but a lot more. But it still wasn't. It wasn't an enormous amount, but it gave him enough and and it was in in the will to find a light Handicraft. And the also left five shillings a week against his father because skins father was had difficulties with money, and possibly that was to do with with drinking or gambling we done, but he was runner at found money quite difficult. So most, what do you think about how this affected the early life of the artist? Well, it's very intriguing. I mean, the these murders what impact it would have had on the artists. I mean, after we said he was eleven years old. He was quite young and it must have been highly traumatic. He presumably attended the funerals and. Sudbury was a small town. It must have been very difficult for the young man. Mark is quite right. They didn't financial terms the the artists side of the family gained enormously, and that wealth helped to send the artists the young artist London, where he would begin his career. But it's interesting to speculate one can only speculate on what the emotional fact must've been. It must've been very upsetting and one wonders really why the answers father wanted to send him to London. You would've thought the family might feel that they should keep together in this difficult time. But it's possible that the father thought that gains brother, the artists, the young man would actually be safer in an anonymous large city rather than in sun breezy where one's movements could be very closely observed, and it must be must be very difficult. From eleven year old to leave the comfort of home. After this very difficult situation, it must have had a major impact on his personal life and probably on his art. But I think that's really for Mark to comment on. Indeed, Mark, I'm really interested in in the that relates to to gains as far the and the fact that he received a small of money on a weekly basis from his brother from the Oakland, it was murders and the rest of his life rather than Linke given a lump sum or newsy news was a weekly thing which was sort of, so he wouldn't, you know, to void penury, right. And the town looked after him to a degree. He was given an rolls and things, but they're always in debt, particularly to the when he died, was in debt. The assets seized after which was in in seventeen forty eight actually when returns. Subra from from London, but I think with with gains breeze, moved to London, I think was it wasn't particularly stipulated in the will that he goes to London, but it was his father's wish. You went to London and was really because of his talent is an artist. There was no way that you could really train and develop that ability that he clearly had early on that the place to do that was was was in in the in the city. And I think that's one of the extraordinary things I've always thought looking early gains. Brett is even given this money for an apprenticeship because president is normally seven years and you paid an amount. He couldn't afford a painting apprenticeship, which customer seventy eight ninety dollars, but it was it didn't become an engraver or anything. Any fat, even in Greg studio didn't become an engraver address. He always held out to be an artist, which from his background was quite an extraordinarily very, very single minded. And whether whether the impact of really traumatic events makes people more single-minded makes more is at no. But certainly the shadow of debt was always been against his live. I mean, one of the letters letters says, rather, I built my life upon sandy foundations rights, but actually against. She always remained famous as he was not one of those artists dropped out of fashion too, terribly term. I think there's always an element of of of get didn't give. I mean, he's never overconfident gains in certain ways, and there's an element of of thing which which comes from that sort of debt really right at the same time he was as you say, there was a single mindedness and there was sort of say, not overconfident, certainly single-mindedness in his in his sort of squabbles with the Royal Academy later in his life. He knew he wanted his works to be displayed. Princeton he did, and he was quite happy to fall out quite happy to take the measure of removing all his pitches and never exhibited at the wrong kademi again because it wouldn't hangs pitches has wanted them. Again. It was a bit of positioning against because he knew the role academy would not agree to which is, and it built a gallery behind Schaumburg house. And I think he knew that that was a way of positioning himself to as a sort of again. Roll academy to degree. Let's go back to some of the early pictures and particularly how his father's may have contributed to the production of some of these works. And I'm particularly intrigued by this Mr. MRs Carter in the Tate which the cat looks at least in the exhibition, but it's a work, which is always puzzled me. And you think it may have a sort of satirical intent? Well, images, it is a really unusual pitcher. I mean, one might look at and say, it's actually a bad pitcher. I don't. I don't think I don't think to be done it is, but, but it is very unusual for Gainsborough because it's not the, it tastes. The taste will pitcher that you would expect from a good case. But this time it painted quite a lot of double portrait or small family portraits and of himself, and his wife and everything of curb is and, and they're all run restraining nice, red ways code, you know, little try on hat looking, very elegant. But of course, Mr. MRs. Carter, nothing like it is his old-fashioned wig which must be what well out of fashion by seventeen fifty over completely a big west with over decorated. Whiskered is stockings. Don't quite fit their sort of ruffled and pulled up over his legs, and his wife is about half his side and she looks like she has a subpoena head. I mean, it is really odd and when it was sold, it was there was a note with it which was traditionally done, no, this was done for a favor. So whether it was done to pay off a dead. We can only speculate people are gonna have a very rich experience discovering the early life of Thomas Gainsborough Gainsbourg's house and is great because the exhibition being on there. And of course you in the house of the challenges of Thomas skins were just before, you know, all these events happened and just around the corner, whereas on coll- live to is murdered is now a French restaurant, which I think it links very nicely to the Hugh links as well with gains bizarrely family. So yeah, this quite a lot to see, say, thank you both very much for joining me. Thank you. Thank you. You

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"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Their government cutbacks in plans to borrow more money from the International Monetary Fund. Two days of strikes and now expected to bring the country to a halt are America's regional editor candies. Piet reports these were speakers from some of Argentina's largest and most active unions, and they were calling for the cancellation of the IMF loans that Argentina has already signed back in June, and is about to extend for these austerity measures that they believe that are going to accompany this loan to be cancelled. And what they argue is that the IMF looks at the region Brazil in Argentina as if it owns it that it's the backyard of the United States. And so what these speakers are saying is this isn't the only solution these neoliberal policies that have been adopted by their president who is a centrist conservative. It's not the only way. Forward for Argentina. And why he's president macrey signing a deal with the IMF president macrey says he needs it to bring confidence. The Argentine passer lost half its value against the dollar this year, and the country's also suffering very high inflation of around forty percent bringing lot of poverty making it very difficult to export. So what he's saying is that these economic woes that the country has been going through we're caused by some of the worst droughts in forty years, which destroyed the soya crops in the week crops are Argentina relies on as a key part of its GDP and Argentines a yeast crisis. Aren't they I mean, this isn't the first time something like this happened? They certainly are in two thousand and one Argentina had reneged on its debt and went into freefall the economy just collapsed and extraordinary things happened in those times and Argentines already thinking about this. They've already been flocking. To convert passes into dollars to try and put it into hard currency to protect against any future collapse as it did in two thousand and one and what happened there was this a result. Middle-class people became poverty stricken soup kitchens started up. And so you're seeing some of this movement already again happening in Argentina. It turns out to Motors in his own family is what led to one of Britain's greatest painters. Thomas Gainsborough becoming an artist. He used the inheritance money to train to paint the eighteenth century tale of revenge took him to London as Daniel man reports British art in the eighteenth century was a golden age when its greatest painter set the standard in Europe for portraiture and landscape family ties were crucial. If an artist wanted together headstart Thomas Gainsbourg's main rival suggest show Reynolds relied on his sister. She gave him a generous sixty pounds. So his apprenticeship Gainsbourg was how. By an inheritance from his uncle who it now appears would rather die than letter debt. Go on paid the artist grew up in the town of submarine Suffolk in eastern England and a self portrait painted when he was nine or ten shows off his precocious talent which surely indeed him to his uncle Thomas. He left the child or more generous amount than his brothers and sisters as his will shows, my executives take care of Thomas Gainsborough that he may be brought up to some light Handicraft trade likely to get a comfortable maintenance. I leave it to my executives if he show prove so Bob and likely to make good use of it to give him ten pounds over and above the ten pounds. I have here in given him the better to enable him to set out into the world. It's now been revealed that uncle Thomas's death wasn't a natural one. And his legacy was bequeathed came to a violent end. He in the artists cousin were chasing, an unpaid debt. And two anonymous threatening letters demanded they stop or die one from seventeen. Thirty seven was them. We will come down and blow you up with gunpowder. Another referring to the cousin says we will allow the shoot him or hang him up in a few months later. They were both dead leaving the painter to make his way to London to study art when he was just thirteen the young Gainsborough would flourish and go onto a lucrative career creating landscape and portrait which made him one of King, George thirds favorite painters. You're listening to the newsroom with me, Timothy and forge. Leopard hunting is to be reintroduced in South Africa, causing outrage among conservationists, the sport had been banned for two years. But now the government says a small number of leopards can be hunted legally much of the demand comes from China where leopard bones are used in traditional medicine from Beijing world affairs, editor John Simpson reports. There are some of the most distinctive and beautiful animals on earth. Now, the critically endangered leopards a solitary animals wondering over wide stretches of territory and farmers hate them for the damage, they do to livestock wildlife experts estimate that in South Africa. There are now only between three and five thousand roaming, leopards left. And yet recently the South African government announced rich two year moratorium on the hunting of leopards would be lifted for now on a quarter of five leopards in the Limpopo area and two in KwaZulu Natal can be killed legally each year. But that's nothing to the numbers of the killed illegally. Their bones are in particular demand in the far east in Chinese traditional medicine, leopard bones aground up and infused in wine, which cure stiffen aging joints. So it's believed and leopard bones are easily available. You can't now bring them into the country, but it still perfectly legal for dealers to sell their existing stocks. And that's encouraged the smuggling of leopard bone from Africa, particularly South Africa to China. The position with tiger bones, which have also been used extensively in traditional medicine is completely different nowadays, the Chinese government stamps down heavily on the sale of any body parts from Tigers, but buying leopard bone is as simple as logging onto the internet. I've asked my local producer here lily Li to check for two things on Taub. Oh, China's equivalent of EBay, which is run by the Alibaba conglomerate, and is the world's largest e commerce website. Okay. So if you type in tiger bones tiger bones. Okay. Search and then right away this picture jumps up, and I can see a tiger in it. And the words read protect the earth. Alibaba is inaction and here it says Tigers are going extinct it encourages you here to press this button to report illegal products. Now, let's try lipid. Bones bones. Okay. Search and then right away. I can see quite a few products of leopard bones, and here, for example, there are two bottles of leper Bom wines medicine wines. China contrary to what a lot of people in the west believe doesn't like being cast as the enemy of wildlife conservation and has banned the trade in elephant ivory. And as we've seen the body parts of Tigers. But for some reason, the leopard bone trade is still thriving and leopards a dying in sizable numbers as a result. The American comedian Bill Cosby has appeared in cools in Pennsylvania. First sentencing hearing, he was convicted for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman. Andrea Constand fourteen years ago, he could be given a jail term of up to ten years in the hearing concludes later today nether. Patel fake reports. From the Montgomery County courthouse in Pennsylvania. Andrea Constand made.

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"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Twitter has found a software bug that may have sent some private messages to the wrong people. But the company says the problem specifically involved direct messages or protected tweets center, businesses and other accounts. Overseen by software, developers the issue. It started in may two thousand seventeen could in some cases have directed. Messages to the wrong developer. The company discovered and fixed the flaw in September tenth footer says less than one percent of its three hundred thirty five million users were affected and notes. It hasn't seen evidence that any of the actual messages were missed delivered Twitter says it's notified anyone who has affected by the bug. Keith Peters, Washington blue boy is getting a long-awaited makeover in the public will be able to watch beginning this weekend visitors to the Huntington library, art collections and botanical gardens in San Marino. California can see conservative Christina O'Connell repair Thomas Gainsborough's, priceless. Portrait of a boy dressed all in blue news and analysis at townhall dot com. What are the proven benefits and possible health risks of probiotics? You might be wondering we asked. Dr Charles Snyder men, probiotics are dietary supplements composed of microbes microbial products. Probiotics can be in foot like yogurt or in capsules available without prescription because proper extra dietary the US food and Drug administration. FDA only requires safety with the exception of post anybody diarrhea in children as similar conditioning adults caused by clostridium difficile. There are no proven clinical trials, probiotics may not benefit healthy people may even do harm Charleston. I read reporting from Washington today is Sunday September the twenty third birthday for some notable people including singer Julio Iglesias is seventy five years old today. Actor Paul Petersen of the Donna Reed show Seventy-three rockstar, Bruce, Springsteen, still rocking sixty nine golfer. Larry Mize turned sixty today actor Jason Alexander as fifty nine candles on his cake. More on these stories at townhall dot com..

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"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"It's twelve fifty three a school superintendent. In Texas has resigned after posting racist criticism of an NFL quarterback is d- superintendent Lynn written chose to post a comment to the Houston. Chronicle's Facebook page. Criticizing Texans quarterback DeShaun Watson. Redden wrote, quote when you need precision decision making you can't count on a black quarterback in his resignation letter to the school board. Read and writes, quote, my comments were not only uniforms, but also hurtful, and I understand now why they were offensive to so many people I'd like to apologize directly to Shawn Watson. I recognize that given the opportunity to respond by criticizing or belittling me. He chose peace, and positively instead CBS reporter, Matt Doherty and Texas the school board issued a statement saying it does not condone negative comments or actions towards any race southern. California's famed blue boy is getting a long awaited makeovers starting this weekend. Visitors at the Huntington library in San Marino will get to watch is one of the world's most iconic paintings gets a nip here. And attack there, and maybe a few splashes of fresh paint the repairs on Thomas Gainsborough's priceless. Portrait of a boy dressed in all blue. We'll be done by conservative, Christina O'Connell. Among her tools. A six foot Tom microscope that can magnify even the smallest details by twenty five times. O'connell says she hopes to have her work done in time for blue boys. Two hundred and fiftieth birthday in twenty twenty Heather Jordan can extend seventy NewsRadio. Because you know, you're being followed by clouds, not a dark cloud, but an invisible cloud of germs so say experts at the infectious diseases society of America, they found that even after taking a shower you're being followed by a cloud of microscopic bugs, including bacteria, viruses, fungi and chemicals. Andy exact composition varies from person to person as one researcher put it if your cloud was visible. It would look something like the cloud of dust following the peanuts character, take pan. Jim Chenevey CBS news coming up a day after an. An attack on the Raleigh and military parade. Iran is denouncing the US more on that story. Coming.

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"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Ten seventy NewsRadio. Sixty eight degrees in Whittier tonight Pasadena worth big concert going on seventy three and sixty four at the Getty center at eight forty seven an investigation continues into a fight that broke out at San Jacinto highschool after classes, let out yesterday led to a school resource officer being thrown to the ground a substitute teacher tells CBS Tuesday, Nicole Comstock, he rushed in to help the officer. And that's when I just ran in there. Started telling everybody to back off substitute teacher. Daniel he says he knew he needed to take action when he saw one of those students take lead officers baton I took his hand because he he pulled it up and he hide it, but I saw him. So I went in there and just from the student's mother told CBS to her son was trying to break up the original fight when the officer drew the baton on him. The police department said they told all of the students to disperse during the fights, and they were not complying with those orders. The family of a murdered UCLA. Student gets Justice man sense yesterday for the killing of the twenty one year old Mr Medina's crimes are truly monstrous. That's judge. Mark Wyndham who imposed a life sentence on Alburto Medina three years after he killed Andrew del. Vesco murdered a beautiful innocent person seriously wounded and entire community. He must never lock free. Again. They'll Vesco was found in her apartment burning apart. Stabbed nineteen times. There are no excuses for what the defendant did in this case that's deputy Victor Avila when he was caught about a week later. He showed no remorse. He actually shifted the blame of the murder to his friend. He actually then also blamed it on uncle Medina was found guilty of first degree, murder arson and animal cruelty since dog died in the fire. Southern California's famed blue boys getting a long-awaited makeover starting this weekend visitors at the Huntington library in San Marino will get to watch is one of the world's most iconic paintings gets an appear and attack there, and maybe a few splashes of fresh paint the repairs on Thomas Gainsborough's priceless. Portrait of a boy dressed in all blue. We'll be done by conservative, Christina O'Connell among her tools. Six foot tall microscope that can magnify even..

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"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"European union's basically say well one option might be you have a roller watered down version of the candidate deal but northern ireland would have to stay wholly within the customs union single knock it and you'd have an internal border within the uk that's something that not no conserved rising almost no label problem is we don't know do we that this deal the deal that she is going to put before the cabinet today we don't know that that will be acceptable to the european union do we will the pm pm and her top team have talked to every cabinet minister this week they've also been talking to a number of european leaders to start to sound them out on where the landing zone might be that that is one of the things that we'll be discussing later today would accept this deal well i'll be very interested to hear from the prime minister how conversations with the german chancellor leaders yes this is this is this is a negotiation we need something that works for the united kingdom that we can go shape successfully with our friends and colleagues in the european isn't going to change will still be there we're still gonna be next door to our friends and allies they will still be a massively important trading and security partner phelps the problem is we have now run out of time you say we'd made good progress some people might say we've made the progress of an authentic snail over the last couple of years i e very little progress indeed and we now really in the last chance saloon on we started but all the cliches but there we are there is no matter too tempting a matter of days to go we've got to do a deal so if the european union says at this stage saudi that won't do here's what we're going to have to say either okay no deal or we're going to have to accept what they talk basically what they tell us they're prepared to accept this is this is a this isn't negotiation well see we are going to be in in there fighting for the best possible deal for every part of the united kingdom you part of getting a county january works for everyone i also we think that what we're going to put on the table is going to be the right thing for our friends and allies in europe as well because if we were to have god forbid if we were to have serious disruption to trade investment if we were to lose some of the really valuable elements of security cooperation we have now all european countries are going to be the losers from that it's in all our interests to get a good deal david livingston thanks very much indeed the time is twenty four minutes past eight we ought to get a national center to celebrate the life and work of gainsborough thomas gainsborough was supported artist of course but also one of our great landscape painters he was born in saad brin suffolk and gainsborough house is the base already for a museum but nothing of the scale of what is planned now and two very prominent supporters of the project a hair husband and wife team in the playwright david hand the fashion designer and sculptor nicole foreign morning to you both tell us first is so important because he's a fundamental importance isn't in english painting yes i think i think it's one of the most important and certainly the most important painter in the eighteenth century in britain and i think it was a very versatile painter and he was very nervous as well he was always looking for new ways of using painter new papers new ideas so i thought he was very very modern in his way of attacking painting and david though there is a view isn't that he actually he established landscape as a kind of separate yeah i think the eighteenth century is very very hard to access at least in the theater at the moment it seems very very remote we find the elizabethans because we love them because we think they're like us the vulgarity they're full of energy and we liked.

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"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The cult released the nerve agent sarin on the underground system during the morning rush hour us secretary of state mike pompeo is in pyongyang for talks with the north korean leader kim jong un on how and when his regime might give up its nuclear weapons mr pompeo said he was looking to fill in some details on the commitments mr kim made it is meeting with president trump in singapore last month at the summit the two leaders agreed to denuclearize the korean peninsula the didn't specify how that could be achieved research carried out by the bbc has concluded that the terms and conditions and privacy policies of fifteen popular websites or social media platforms a far too complicated to be understood by children old enough to use them facebook youtube snapchat and tinder ramon the company's analyzed the study also found that the new eu data privacy regulations added an average of nine hundred words to the privacy policies joe miller reports the policies were subjected to find widely used readability tests to analyze the complexity and length of sentences they were also analyzed for overall length the longest was spotify which ran to more than thirteen thousand words just shy of shakespeare's comedy of errors when presented with the findings the tech firm said they were constantly working to simplify their terms and pointed to easy to read summaries available elsewhere on their sites damian collins the chair of the parliamentary committee which monitors online safety said many policies contained a load of gobbledygook and fell short of the legal requirement to attain informed consent the world's biggest collection of paintings by thomas gainsborough is to be housed in a series of new galleries the painters childhood home in suffolk has received a four and a half million pound grant from the national lottery to help finance the expansion arts correspondent rebecca jones reports thomas gainsborough was born in the town house in sudbury in seventeen twenty seven and spent his childhood there the son of a woolmer chint he rose to become one of the country's most celebrated portrait and landscape painters and a founding member of the royal academy he's childhood home open to the public in the nineteen sixties and since then has acquired the largest collection of paintings by gainsborough anywhere in the world but as a result it's outgrown the house museum wants to build four new galleries including warm with panoramic views of the suffolk countryside that gains were depicted in works such as mr and mrs andrews it's hoped the redeveloped building will be completed by twenty twenty one tate saint ives in cornwall has been named as the two thousand eighteen newseum of the year the gallery reopened last year after twenty million pound redevelopment which doubled its exhibition space thank you the time is nine minutes past seven finally we are there the cabinet meets today checkers and it is decision time momentous day for the country at least for the conservative party they have to agree to resumes plan for trade and customs deal with the eu or refuse it and challenge her leadership the plan seems to involve phobic following the single market rules when it comes to goods but not for services that of course would mean keeping the eu regulations it might make trade deals with other countries difficult to reach it is also a breach of what the eu says is a completely firm rule that the single market is not cherrypicked with some rules followed and some for instance on free movement of people not followed so will it fly can it fly from two conservative mp's in a moment from nicky morgan the former education secretary of supported remaining in the eu but first let's tend to david jones former minister in the department of exiting the european union and brexit good morning to you good morning how bad is this plan well on the face of it and it goes missing document it's not very good at all the prime minister has made very clear that there are three principal red lines in these negotiations single market no customs union and jurisdiction of the european court of justice and it does seem to me that all those three red lines would be breached by what is being proposed today what do you make the arguments rather neatly put in the spectator that might be made by the prime minister which is this we take back control and then we decided not to exercise it well i think that's sophistry frankly i think that the point is that if we are making this commitment as the basis of a they go that will be expected to adhere.

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"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Said ten fire engines and dozens of firefighters have been dispatched to the popular tourist spot early indications suggest noone was hurt the cause of the fire has yet to be established now incorrectly labelled for over one hundred years an album of drawings depicting eighteenth century britain was attributed to the wrong artist but now experts have discovered the rightful creator was the english painter thomas gainsborough on a collection of 25 works are ah rigs ample of his early work art correspondent rebecca jones has been to see them it's a lot volume that has gold lettering on the fence saying sketches by eat land their racing rasa curator if prints and drawings at the royal library myth stamina heavy new leather bound album for michelle we're in the print tree rings a course with its woodpanelled ceilings and walls lined with girls frontier captains we know that these growing the in in collection since 1874 when queen victoria wrote tv at edwin lance they're asking some drawings in the studio ingushetia sense here is best known for the lines in trafalgar square now when we open the volume on each page we've got one of these 25 during the joints made in black and white chalk on paper and their landscape drawings of subjects around the suffolk countryside and it was the subject style of the sketches that helped convince for historian lindsay stainton that the name in boxed on the front of the album was wrong and that the drawings inside were in fact by gains per but she needed more get one than that it's a question of analysing the individual joins and saying.

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"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"On the back of their storing which shows and other landscape seen if we turn it over we've got a figure during the curators rosy russell he's pointing out one other surprise in the album the discovery of a small sketch of the head of a young woman and she's got kohl's curling round harry as an a little head scarf around her head this is very much in games early fikus style all you going to seek any other opinions as to whether these drawings all boy gainsborough the discovery of the drawing of corn outward is pretty conclusive evidence the papers of the right date and the style is consistent with his early styles we're very much convinced that these are an important group of early drawings by thomas per is an extremely significant discovery it means that we're able to reappraise the early work of thomas gainsborough and it's extremely exciting it's fabulous discovery of 25 early sheets from that period that report from rebecca jones and last bertha the hippopotamus thought to have been the oldest hippo in the world has died in the manila zoo at the age of sixty five bertha was there when the zoo opened in the philippine capital in nineteen fifty nine when she was just seven the zoo said it had lost her records and didn't know where she came from but bertha went on to exceed a typical hippo lifespan by some twenty years enjoying a diet of grass fruit and bread one tribute on social media said she had charmed generations of children in manila with her eyes as beautiful as stars in the sky rest in peace.

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"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"thomas gainsborough" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Well he's one of britain's most famous artists but that didn't stop an album of his drawings being attributed to someone else but now experts have discovered the collection is a rare example of thomas gainsborough's early work are art correspondent rebecca jones has been to see them it's a large volume that has gold lettering on the front saying sketches by say eat landseer rosy russell curator ruth prints and drawings at the royal library lifts down a heavy new leather bound album from a shelf we're in the print true at windsor castle we'd eats woodpanelled ceilings and walls lined with gloss fronted competence we know that these drawings have been in the collection since 1874 when queen victoria wrote to the executive said when luntz here asking for some drawings from the studio being shot it's lenzi is best known for the lines in trafalgar square and then when we opened the volume on each page we've got one of these 25 during the drawings made him beckham white chalk on paper and their landscape drawings of subjects around the suffolk countryside and it was the subject stoel of the sketches that helped convince the historian linsey stainton that the name embossed on the front of the album was wrong and that the joins inside were in fact by gainsborough but she needed more to go on than that it's a question of analysing the individual drawings and seeing to what paintings they might relate then one comes the conclusion they must be by him on this one particular picture which is hanging in the national gallery cornered would which you have made a direct comparison we'd have a new absolutely is this moves completely into the national galleries painting that to me was absolute proof that this was the prepared for drawing for the painting it scott rather fabulous blogs of linseed oil all over it which suggest that it was sitting in his studio by his side.

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