Roger Y. Tsien

Roger Yonchien Tsien (Chinese: 錢永健) (born February 1, 1952) is an American biochemist. He is a professor at the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California, San Diegoand was awarded the 2008 Nobel Prize in chemistry “for his discovery and development of the green fluorescent protein (GFP) with two other chemists: Martin Chalfie of Columbia University and Osamu Shimomura of Boston University and Marine Biological Laboratory.

Tsien was born in New York, in 1952. He grew up in Livingston, New Jersey and attended Livingston High School there.
Tsien suffered from asthma as a child The Kooples SS15, and as a result, he was often indoors. He spent hours conducting chemistry experiments in his basement laboratory. When he was 16, he won first prize in the nationwide Westinghouse talent search with a project investigating how metals bind to thiocyanate.
He attended Harvard University on a National Merit Scholarship, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa as a junior. He graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in chemistry and physics in 1972. According to his freshman-year roommate, economist and Iowa politician Herman Quirmbach, “It’s probably not an exaggeration to say he’s the smartest person I ever met The Kooples Online… [a]nd I have met a lot of brilliant people.”
After completing his bachelor’s degree, he joined the Physiological Laboratory at the University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England with the aid of a Marshall Scholarship. He received his PhD in physiology from Churchill College, Cambridge 1977 for research on The Design and Use of Organic Chemical Tools in Cellular Physiology supervised by Jeremy Sanders.
Following his PhD, Tsien was a Research Fellow at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge from 1977 to 1981. He was appointed to the faculty at the University of California Ted Baker Dresses UK, Berkeley, from 1982 to 1989. Since 1989 he has been working at the University of California, San Diego, as Professor of Pharmacology and Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and an investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
Tsien contributed to the fields of cell biology and neurobiology by discovering genetically programmable fluorescent tags, thereby allowing scientists to watch the behavior of molecules in living cells in real time. He also developed fluorescent indicators of calcium ions and other ions important in biological processes.
In 2004, Tsien was awarded the Wolf Prize in Medicine “for his seminal contribution to the design and biological application of novel fluorescent and photolabile molecules to analyze and perturb cell signal transduction.”
In 2008, Tsien shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Osamu Shimomura and Martin Chalfie for “the green fluorescent protein: discovery, expression and development.”
The multicolored fluorescent proteins developed in Tsien’s lab are used by scientists to track where and when certain genes are expressed in cells or in whole organisms. Typically, the gene coding for a protein of interest is fused with the gene for a fluorescent protein, which causes the protein of interest to glow inside the cell when the cell is irradiated with ultraviolet light and allows microscopists to track its location in real time. This is such a popular technique that it has added a new dimension to the fields of molecular biology Bogner UK 2016, cell biology, and biochemistry.
Since the discovery of the wild type GFP, numerous different mutants of GFP have been engineered and tested. The first significant leap forward was a single point mutation (S65T) reported by Tsien in 1995 in Nature. This mutation dramatically improved the fluorescent (both intensity and photostability) and spectral characteristics of GFP. A shift of the major excitation peak to 488 nm with the emission peak staying at 509 nm thus can be clearly observed, which matched very well the spectral characteristics of commonly available FITC facilities. All these then largely amplified the practicality of using GFP by scientists in their research. Tsien mainly contributed to much of our understanding of how GFP works and for developing new techniques and mutants of GFP.
Former trainees include Atsushi Miyawaki and Alice Y. Ting.
Timelines of GFP-development involved by Tsien:
Other detailed highlights involved by Tsien:
In 2009, a new kind of Infrared Fluorescent Protein (IFP) was developed by Tsien’s group, and further reported and described by Science. The new IFPs are developed from bacterial phytochromes instead of from multicellular organism like jellyfish. Under normal conditions, bacterial phytochromes absorb light for signaling instead of fluorescence, but they can be turned fluorescent after deleting some of the signaling parts by genetic means such as site-directed mutagenesis. In order to fluoresce, tetrapyrrole is also required, however, it’s abundant in living bodies.
Tsien is a pioneer of calcium imaging and known for developing various dyes which become fluorescent in the presence of particular ions such as calcium. One such dye, Fura-2, is widely used to track the movement of calcium within cells. Indo-1, another popular calcium indicator, was also developed by Tsien’s group in 1985. He has also developed fluorescent indicators for other bio-relevant ions.
Aequorin is also a useful tool to indicate calcium level inside cells; however, it has some limitations, primarily is that its prosthetic group coelenterazine is consumed irreversibly when emits light, thus requires continuous addition of coelenterazine into the media. To overcome such issues, Tsien’s group also developed the calmodulin-based sensor, named Cameleon.
FlAsH-EDT2 is a biochemical method for specific covalent labeling inside live cells. It’s a method based on recombinant protein molecules, and was developed by Tsien and his colleagues in 1998.
Mouse experiments by Tsien’s group suggest that cancer surgery can be guided and assisted by fluorescent peptides. The peptides are used as probes, and are harmless to living tissues and organs. Their lifetime in the body is only 4 or 5 days. Clinical trials are awaited.
Tsien is also a notable biochemical inventor and holds or co-holds about 100 patents till 2010. In 1996, Tsien co-founded the Aurora Biosciences Corporation, which went public in 1997. In 2001, Aurora was acquired by the Vertex Pharmaceuticals. Similarly, Tsien was also a scientific co-founder of Senomyx in 1999.
Dr. Tsien also helps promote science education to promising young scientists through the first-ever San Diego Science Festival Lunch with a Laureate Program.
Roger Y. Tsien has received numerous honors and awards in his life, including:
According to the Qian (Tsien) clan genealogy book, Tsien is a 34th-generational descendant of King Qian Liu of the Wuyue Kingdom of ancient China.
Tsien has a number of engineers in his extended family, including his father Hsue-Chu Tsien who was a MIT graduated mechanical engineer and his mother’s brothers Y. T. Li (李耀滋) and Shihying Lee (李诗颖) who were engineering professors at MIT. Tsien’s parents Hsue-Chu Tsien and Yi-Ying Li (李懿颖) came from Hangzhou and Beijing, respectively. The famous rocket scientist Tsien Hsue-shen, regarded as the co-founding father of JPL of Caltech and later the director of the Chinese ballistic-missile and space programs, is a cousin of Tsien’s father. Tsien’s brother Richard Tsien is also a renowned scientist currently at New York University. Tsien, who calls his own work molecular engineering, once said, “I’m doomed by heredity to do this kind of work.”

Margaret Bondfield

Margaret Grace Bondfield (née le 17 mars 1873 à Chard en Angleterre et morte le 16 juin 1953 dans le village de Sanderstead dans le Surrey) est une femme politique et syndicaliste britannique. Elle est la première femme à avoir été nommée ministre au gouvernement britannique, en 1929,.

Peu éduquée, elle devient apprentie chez un drapier à l’âge de 14 ans. Elle y « trouv[e] les conditions de travail misérables », se syndique et adopte des idées socialistes. En 1906 elle participe à la fondation de la Fédération nationale des femmes ouvrières (National Federation of Women Workers) sac lancel. En 1899 elle avait été la seule femme déléguée au Trades Union Congress, l’organisation fédératrice des syndicats britanniques ; en septembre 1923, elle est la première femme à devenir présidente du TUC maillots de foot vente,. Elle soutient également le droit de vote des femmes, finalement acquis en 1918.
Pacifiste, elle s’oppose à la Première Guerre mondiale.
Elle est élue députée travailliste de Northampton à la Chambre des Communes lors des élections législatives de décembre 1923, qui portent au pouvoir le premier gouvernement travailliste de l’histoire du pays, avec Ramsay MacDonald pour premier ministre maillots de foot. Elle est nommée secrétaire parlementaire au ministère du Travail en janvier 1924, et quitte conséquemment la tête du TUC. Le gouvernement travailliste perd les élections de 1924, au cours desquelles Bondfield perd son siège de députée. Elle retrouve un siège à la Chambre des Communes à la faveur d’une élection partielle dans la circonscription de Wallsend en 1926, et conserve ce siège lors des législatives de 1929, qui ramènent Ramsey MacDonald et les Travaillistes au pouvoir. MacDonald la nomme ministre du Travail, et elle devient la première femme à diriger un ministère. Le gouvernement doit bientôt faire face à la Grande Dépression (la « crise de 1929 »). Margaret Bondfield propose qu’en raison du climat économique et des contraintes qui pèsent sur le budget, le gouvernement suspende son projet de rendre l’assurance chômage plus généreuse ; cela lui vaut une perte de popularité. La loi sur l’assurance chômage de 1930, sous sa direction, facilite néanmoins l’accès des chômeurs à une aide de l’État, à condition qu’ils soient pauvres. Les réductions de dépenses publiques entament également sa popularité ; elle se voit « critique[ée] à la fois sur sa droite et sur sa gauche ».
Elle perd son siège de députée (et donc son ministère) aux législatives d’octobre 1931, qui constituent un important revers pour les Travaillistes ; cette défaite constitue de facto la fin de sa carrière politique ted baker robes 2016.
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Communauté de Sant’Egidio

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La Communauté de Sant’Egidio est une organisation catholique[précision nécessaire] fondée en 1968 à Rome dans le quartier de Trastevere. Andrea Riccardi en est le fondateur. Le nom de cette communauté provient de son implantation, au début des années 1970, dans les locaux de l’église Sant’Egidio. Sant’Egidio est la traduction en italien de saint Gilles ou saint Gilles l’Ermite du VIIe siècle vestes outlet.

En 1986, la Communauté de Sant’Egidio a été reconnue officiellement comme Association internationale de laïques[précision nécessaire] par l’Église catholique sacs lancel pas cher 2016.
En 2004, elle reçoit le Prix Balzan.
Elle est active sur plusieurs plans :
La communauté de Sant’Egidio est particulièrement connue pour la rencontre inter-religieuse[précision nécessaire] qu’elle organise annuellement (depuis 1986 et la Rencontre d’Assise organisée par Jean-Paul II). La conférence de chaque année est organisée autour d’un thème, comme :
Chaque rencontre valorise les aspects religieux, et les fait coexister dans un même lieu. Au premier rang se place l’église catholique, initiatrice et organisatrice. Cette dernière recherche entre les participants un consensus dans les domaines de l’éthique ou du culturel, tels la paix, le dialogue entre les civilisations, et non dans celui de la vérité.
Cette organisation a bogner france 2016, en matière de règlement des différends internationaux et de mise en place de médiations, des résultats très substantiels et des méthodes originales. Elle agit à la fois au plan local, national et transnational.
Le rôle important de la communauté dans la médiation politique est reconnu civilement le 16 novembre 2011, quand Andrea Riccardi, son fondateur, est nommé Ministre de la Coopération Internationale dans le gouvernement de Mario Monti ted baker france.
Elle a pris part une part importante dans :
Le responsable des relations internationales de la Communauté Sant’Egidio, Mario Giro est lauréat 2010 du Prix de la Fondation Chirac, le vendredi 5 novembre 2010 au Musée du quai Branly à Paris.
La Communauté de Sant’Egidio est présente sur les 5 continents.

Norman Anderson (missionary)

Sir (James) Norman Dalrymple Anderson OBE, QC (1908–1994) was an English missionary and academic Arabist.

Anderson was born on 29 September 1908. He was educated at St Lawrence College, Ramsgate, England, and went to Trinity College, Cambridge, where he obtained a B.A. in 1930 and a LL.B. in 1931 with a triple first. He went to Egypt in 1932 where he spent 8 years as a missionary, learning Arabic at the American University in Cairo.
In 1939, he served with the British Army and in 1940 he was made Arab Liaison Officer for the Libyan Arab Force. After the war he became Political Officer for Sanusi affairs and the Secretary for Arab Affairs in the General Headquarters (G.H.Q.) Middle East. He was awarded the MBE and later, in 1943, the OBE. in 1945, was appointed a Queen’s Counsel in 1974 and was knighted in 1975.
He lectured on Islamic Law for 3 years at Cambridge and then from 1947 to 1971 he taught at SOAS kurtki bogner, being appointed Professor of Oriental Laws in the University of London in 1954 bogner kurtki. He was the head of the Department of Law, School of Oriental and African Studies, London 1953-71; Professor of Oriental Laws, University of London 1954-75; Director of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies in the University of London 1959-76.
His son Hugh R. D. Anderson was a President of the Cambridge Union Society while he was at Trinity College bogner, Cambridge, in 1969.
Anderson’s research on Islamic law broke new ground in Britain through its focus on modern legal codes in the Middle East and Africa. Anderson highlighted the hybrid mixture of Western and Islamic concepts which such codes adopted and which he believed would characterize future legal reforms. Throughout his writings he expressed concerns about the morality and practicality of certain rules and stipulations in the vast corpus of classical Islamic law. Because of his expertise in Islamic law, Anderson became a sought-after witness in legal cases, adviser to the Colonial Office and Foreign Office, and consultant to non-Western governments.
Anderson played a signal role in the transformation of conservative evangelicalism in England after the Second World War, encouraging the re-engagement of evangelicals with culture, society, politics, and ecumenism. He warned against cultural imperialism and argued for the compatibility of proclamation and dialogue. His interest in missionary work never abated and he served as president or chairman of a number of societies including the Bible Churchmen’s Missionary Society and the Middle East General Mission. Anderson was a prominent evangelical layman in the Church of England serving as the first chairman of the House of Laity of the General Synod from 1970-1979. In this role he helped to secure a compromise agreement with the Prime Minister that guaranteed the church a greater degree of independence from the state in the choice of its bishops.
Anderson wrote and edited a number of books on Christian theology, comparative law and comparative religion bogner, including:
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Cristóbal de Tapia

Cristóbal de Tapia was an inspector sent to New Spain in 1521 to investigate the conduct of the conquistador Hernán Cortés, and if he deemed it necessary, to arrest him and bring him to trial. Because his authority derived from the king and superseded that of Cortés, his name appears on some lists of Spanish colonial rulers of New Spain, although he exercised this authority very briefly.
In 1521 the bishop of Burgos, Juan Rodríguez de Fonseca, was president of the Council of the Indies, the body exercising direct royal control over the overseas empire of Spain. He was the dominant voice on the Council, and he was no friend of Cortés. In the spring of 1521, the Council passed a series of ordinances intended to reign in Cortés and strengthen Spanish control over the lands he had conquered. These ordinances directed that Pánfilo de Narváez, held a prisoner in Veracruz by Cortés, should be released

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, and that an inspector should be sent to New Spain to investigate the conduct of the conqueror, and to render justice to the governor of Cuba, Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar, whose orders Cortés had refused to obey.
At this time Emperor Charles V was attending to affairs in Germany. Spain was being governed by a regency headed by Adrian of Utrecht (later Pope Adrian VI). The ordinances were signed by Adrian at Burgos on April 11, 1521 and countersigned by Bishop Fonseca.
As William H. Prescott narrates:
The individual selected for the delicate task of apprehending Cortes, and bringing him to trial, on the theatre of his own discoveries and in the heart of his own camp, was named Christoval de Tapia, veedor, or inspector of the gold foundries in St. Domingo. He was a feeble

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, vacillating man, as little competent to cope with Cortes’s in civil matters, as Narvaez had shown himself to be in military.
Tapia arrived from Santo Domingo with two ships in December 1521. On December 24, 1521, he presented his papers to officers of Cortés in Veracruz, including Cristóbal de Olid and Gonzalo de Sandoval. He started for Mexico City to speak directly to Cortés, but made it only as far as Cempoal. Here there was a conference, and Tapia realized that the conquistadors would not recognize his authority. On December 30, 1521, Sandoval persuaded him to relinquish the authority and return to Santo Domingo.
Prescott again:
The commissioner

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, clothed in his brief authority, landed in December, at Villa Rica. But he was coldly received by the magistrates of the city. His credentials were disputed, on the ground of some technical informality. It was objected, moreover, that his commission was founded on obvious misrepresentations to the government; and, notwithstanding a most courteous and complimentary epistle which he received from Cortes, congratulating him, as old friend, on his arrival, the veedor soon found that he was neither to be permitted to penetrate far into the country, nor to exercise any control there. He loved money, and, as Cortes knew the weak side of his “old friend,” he proposed to purchase his horses, slaves, and equipage toms shoes outlet, at a tempting price. The dreams of disappointed ambition were gradually succeeded by those of avarice; and the discomfited commissioner consented to re-embark for Cuba, well freighted with gold if not with glory.

Mulino

Mulino (russisch Мулино) ist eine große Siedlung in der Oblast Nischni Nowgorod (Russland) mit 13.008 Einwohnern (Stand 14 adidas deutschland. Oktober 2010).

Mulino liegt im Rajon Wolodarsk, etwa 70 km westlich der Oblasthauptstadt Nischni Nowgorod und 20 km nordwestlich des Rajonverwaltungszentrums Wolodarsk. Obwohl Mulino nach Einwohnern der größte Ort des Rajons ist, besitzt es den Status einer „dörflichen Siedlung“ (possjolok). Zu Mulino gehören noch die Ortsteile Dewa, Krasnyje Udarniki, Mulino (das ursprüngliche Dorf) und Starkowo Bogner Outlet.
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Mulino ist bedeutender Standort der russischen Streitkräfte, welche in der Umgebung des Ortes weitläufige Übungsplätze unterhalten und den Hauptwirtschaftsfaktor darstellen. Dem Charakter des Ortes als Militärsiedlung entsprechend sind 71 Prozent der Einwohner männlich (2002).
Im Zuge der Krimkrise 2014 wird öffentlich diskutiert, dass ein deutsches Unternehmen – Rheinmetall – in Mulino ein sehr modernes Trainings- und Ausbildungszentrum für das russische Heer baut. Ende 2014 sollte es fertig sein; der Preis soll über 100 Millionen Euro betragen. Als technisches Vorbild für die Anlage gilt das deutsche Gefechtsübungszentrum Heer bottega veneta taschen. Im Juni 2011 besuchte der russische Verteidigungsminister das GÜZ in Letzlingen. Im selben Sommer erhielt Rheinmetall den Auftrag Bogner Jacken Sale. Im Sommer 2015 widerrief der Bundeswirtschaftsminister die Ausfuhrgenehmigung für das GÜZ.
Die Fernstraße M7 Moskau–Nischni Nowgorod–Kasan–Ufa (Teil der Europastraße 22) führt einige Kilometer südlich der Siedlung vorbei, ebenso die Eisenbahnstrecke Moskau–Nischni Nowgorod, von deren Station Iljino eine Güteranschlusstrecke nach Mulino führt.

Glucagon-like peptide-1

Glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) is a neuropeptide and an incretin derived from the transcription product of the proglucagon gene. The major source of GLP-1 in the periphery is the intestinal L cell that secretes GLP-1 as a gut hormone; the major source in the brain is the nucleus of the solitary tract, which is the source of a widely distributed set of GLP-1 projection neurons tory burch sale. The biologically active forms of GLP-1 are: GLP-1-(7-37) and GLP-1-(7-36)NH2. Those peptides result from selective cleavage of the proglucagon molecule.
GLP-1 secretion by ileal L cells is dependent on the presence of nutrients in the lumen of the small intestine. The secretagogues (agents that cause or stimulate secretion) of this hormone include major nutrients like carbohydrate, protein and lipid. Once in the circulation, GLP-1 has a half-life of less than 2 minutes, due to rapid degradation by the enzyme dipeptidyl peptidase-4. It is a potent antihyperglycemic hormone, inducing glucose-dependent stimulation of insulin secretion while suppressing glucagon secretion. Such glucose-dependent action is particularly attractive because, when the plasma glucose concentration is in the normal fasting range, GLP-1 no longer stimulates insulin to cause hypoglycemia

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. GLP-1 appears to restore the glucose sensitivity of pancreatic β-cells, with the mechanism possibly involving the increased expression of GLUT2 and glucokinase. GLP-1 is also known to inhibit pancreatic β-cell apoptosis and stimulate the proliferation and differentiation of insulin-secreting β-cells. In addition, GLP-1 inhibits gastric secretion and motility. This delays and protracts carbohydrate absorption and contributes to a satiating effect.

GLP-1 possesses several physiological properties that make it (and its functional analogs) a subject of intensive investigation as a potential treatment of diabetes mellitus. The known peripheral functions of GLP-1 include:
As evidence of the physiological role of GLP-1 in post-prandial insulin secretion, it has been shown that an oral dose of glucose triggers a much higher peak in plasma insulin concentration compared to an intravenous dose. Obese patients undergoing gastric bypass showed marked metabolic adaptations, resulting in frequent diabetes remission 1 year later. When the confounding of calorie restriction is factored out, β-cell function improves rapidly, very possibly under the influence of enhanced GLP-1 responsiveness. Outside of its function as an insulin secretagogue Replica Bogner sale, GLP-1 seems also to play a role in bone physiology. Researchers evidenced a massive reduction in bone strength in GLP-1 receptor knockout mice mainly due to a poor bone quality.
Insulin release pathways (including GLP-1-induced signaling).
The primary central nervous system functions of GLP-1 which are known include:
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Le Gone du Chaâba (roman)

Le Gone du Chaâba est un roman autobiographique d’Azouz Begag édité par Éditions du Seuil, en 1986.
Le roman raconte l’histoire d’Azouz, un jeune algérien. Il habite au Chaâba, un bidonville à côté de Lyon. Il vit dans une misérable habitation, sans eau ni électricité, à côté d’autres familles arabes.
Azouz a un grand frère, Moustaf, et une grande sœur Zohra. Même s’il travaille bien à l’école, il est obligé de travailler au marché pour rapporter un peu d’argent à sa famille. À l’école, Azouz se met au premier rang et est attentif à toutes les remarques de son maître. Malgré les coups répétitifs de son père, il a la deuxième meilleure note de la classe lors de la remise d’une composition.
Il est très heureux, mais bientôt, certains arabes de sa classe qui se moquent de lui à l’école le rejettent en ne le considérant plus comme un arabe crampons de football de puma pas cher. Contrairement à ses amis, son père est très fier de lui et lui répète sans cesse qu’il doit bien travailler à l’école pour qu’il puisse avoir un bon travail “comme les français”, contrairement à lui, un maçon.
Plus tard, son oncle, maudit par le père d’Azouz, qui vit également au Chaâba, va se faire arrêter par la police car il est le responsable d’un trafic de viande de mouton. En fait, c’est Azouz qui le dénonce, croyant aider sa famille. À cause de cet incident, plusieurs familles vont partir du Chaâba mais le père d’Azouz, Bouzid, refuse de partir.
Pourtant, un matin, les Bouchaoui, une ancienne famille du Chaâba qui habite maintenant dans un appartement à Lyon revient au Chaâba en expliquant au père d’Azouz que la vie dans un appartement est bien meilleure qu’au Chaâba. Bouchaoui a même trouvé un appartement pour la famille d’Azouz, pour les remercier de tout ce que Bouzid avait fait pour eux maillots de football.
Finalement, après les “Je veux déménager” répétitifs du petit Bouzidi, le père d’Azouz accepte et les Begag emménagent dans leur appartement à Lyon maillots de foot en ligne. Azouz est émerveillé par l’eau courante, les toilettes propres, l’électricité, et même une télévision !
Au début, il n’a pas trop d’amis mais il rencontre ensuite un autre enfant du Chaâba. Azouz passe une mauvaise année de CM2 car sa maîtresse ne l’aime pas. Après le CM2 maillots de football 2016, il entre en 6e au lycée Saint-Exupéry. Son professeur de français, M. Loubon, est un pied-noir qui a vécu en Algérie. Il va l’aider à travailler et une grande amitié va se créer entre eux, ils parlent ensemble de l’Algérie, et s’apprennent l’un à l’autre des mots arabes. Il lui a même offert un livre ! Pourtant, Azouz n’a jamais lu un livre.

Dirk Helmbreker

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Dirk Helmbreker ou Theodor Helmbreker ou Dirck Helmbreecker est un peintre néerlandais (Provinces-unies) du siècle d’or réputé pour ses peintures de portraits, de paysages italianisants et de bambochades (Bamboccianti), né en 1624 ou 1633 à Haarlem et mort en 1696 à Rome

Dirk Helmbreker est né en 1624 ou en 1633 à Haarlem aux Pays-Bas.
Il est le fils de Cornelis Helmbreecker, compositeur et organiste hollandais de l’église Saint-Bavon de Haarlem chaussures timberland. Bien que ce dernier destine son fils à une carrière dans la musique, Dirk montre très jeune des aptitudes et du talent dans le domaine de la peinture. Il étudie auprès du peintre portraitiste Pieter de Grebber et ce jusqu’à la fin des années 1640. Il devient membre de la guilde de Saint-Luc de Haarlem en 1652.
Après la mort de son père il entreprend un voyage en compagnie des peintres Cornelis Bega, Guillam Dubois, et Vincent Laurentsz. Van der Vinne qui les mène en Allemagne, en Suisse et en Italie. Il trouve refuge à Venise auprès du sénateur Loredano pendant quatre mois. Il s’installe ensuite à Rome en 1654. En 1659, il devient membre de l’association des Bentvueghels qui regroupe des peintres nordiques installés en Italie. Il étudie sur place les œuvres des grands maîtres italiens et intègre à la fin des années 1670 l’académie pontificale des beaux-arts et des lettres des virtuoses au Panthéon. En 1678, il s’installe à Paris, où il travaille avec le peintre Frederik de Moucheron. Au bout de trois ans, il retourne en Italie karen millen robes, il reçoit plusieurs commandes à Turin, Florence et Rome ou il travaillera avec Viviano Codazzi spécialiste et précurseur du védutisme.
En 1694 christian louboutin pas cher, l’historien d’art Filippo Baldinucci écrit une biographie du peintre hollandais à partir des informations fournies par le religieux Francesco Marucelli qui possède 21 œuvres de l’artiste. Selon ce dernier, d’importants collectionneurs de peinture originaires de Rome et de Florence tels que Marucelli, Folco Rinuccini, Pierantonio Gerini, le Cardinal Flavio Chigi, le Comte Angiolosa et la famille Colonna se disputent les œuvres de Helmbreker, et se les arrachent à prix d’or. Parmi les admirateurs de la peinture de Helmbreker figure le Prince Ferdinand de Médicis, qui privilégie les œuvres de petite dimension. Le prince possède plusieurs toiles de l’artiste telles que La danse des paysans (le criquet), qui tombe dans le genre de bambochades dont Helmbreker est considéré comme un spécialiste, et Cuisine rustique (Caprice des tziganes, des musiciens et des buveurs).
Il travaille également pour le Cardinal de Médicis pendant environ quatre mois. Il peint plusieurs tableaux pour les Jésuites à Rome Massif Bogner Ski, qui lui offrent un hébergement pendant deux ans. En 1695, il peint un tableau qui se situe dans le maître-autel de l’église de Saint-Julien des Flamands à Rome. Il meurt en 1696 à Rome.
Paysans avec le troupeau
Saltarelle romaine
Buveurs à la porte d’une auberge
Saltarelle
Paysage Italien avec des paysans
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Jimi Hendrix posthumous discography

Jimi Hendrix was an American guitarist and singer-songwriter who recorded from 1962 until his death in 1970. His posthumous discography includes the recordings released after September 18, 1970. When he died, Hendrix left behind a large number of recordings in varying stages of completion. This material, along with reissues of his career catalogue, has been released over the years in several formats by various producers and record companies. Since Experience Hendrix, a family company, took control of his recording legacy in 1995, over 15 Hendrix albums have appeared on the main US albums chart miu miu bags. Several of these have also placed on charts in more than 18 countries around the world.
At the time of his death, Hendrix was recording songs for a fourth studio album. He was working on enough material for a double album and had sketched out possible track lists. However, only about six songs were nearing completion, with an additional twenty or so in different stages of development. The first attempt at presenting Hendrix’s fourth studio album The Kooples Sale, a single LP record titled The Cry of Love, was released in 1971 and reached number three on Billboard’s album chart. A second attempt titled Voodoo Soup, with some different songs and a new audio mix, was released in 1995 and appeared at number 66. In 1997, Experience Hendrix restored the original mixes and added several songs for a third release. The double-album length First Rays of the New Rising Sun, the first to use one of Hendrix’s proposed titles, reached number 49.
In addition to songs planned for a fourth studio album, numerous demos, studio outtakes/alternate takes, and jams have been released. Albums of concert performances and compilations focusing on various aspects of Hendrix’s work have been issued. From 1970 to 1992, his record companies Reprise Records in the US and Track Records/Polydor Records in the UK continued to handle his recordings. MCA Records took over in 1992, during the controversial tenure of subsequent producer Alan Douglas. Since 2010, Sony/Legacy Recordings has been distributing the releases produced by Experience Hendrix. Besides legitimate releases, a large number of bootleg and grey market albums have appeared over the years. Many of these have been reissued several times with different album titles, packaging, and song titles. Some purporting to feature Hendrix as a sideman have been shown to be fake. To meet the demand, Dagger Records was established in 1998 to issue “official bootlegs” of albums “that don’t meet the technical recording criteria” and standards for mainstream release. These have included live recordings from various points in his career as well as demo and rehearsal recordings.

Dagger Records was established in 1998 by Experience Hendrix to issue “official bootlegs” of albums “that don’t meet the technical recording criteria” and standards for mainstream release.
Several amateur recordings of Hendrix concerts are free to stream from the Experience Hendrix website longchamp le pliage. As of January 30, 2015 toms shoes outlet, the following are available: