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  1. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (3592 bytes)
    1: '''A Portrait of The Artist as a Young Man''' was published in book ...
    12: ...es for Paris to follow his calling as an artist.
    22: ... Dog. '' Joseph Heller '' A Portrait of the Artist as an Old Man. '' Andrew Barlow and Kent ...
    23: [[Category:Modernist texts|Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, A]]
    24: [[Category:1916 books|Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, A]]

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  1. Art (3294 bytes)
    4: ...d sees a [[masterpiece]], another can dismiss the artist’s paintings as primitive.
    6: ...ng within the work. It is not uncommon to hear of artists who were not appreciated during their lifetime, ...
    22: == Well-Known Artists ==
    25: ...an Gogh]] created [[Starry Night]]. Other notable artists include [[Claude Monet]], [[Henri Matisse]] and ...
  2. Stevie Wonder (3433 bytes)
    34: ...ly in a car accident after marrying fellow Motown artist Syreeta in 1970, and after recovering, produced t...
  3. Bill Cosby (2650 bytes)
    20: ...re Grammies in the comedy division than any other artist. His comedy albums have been a huge hit and he h...
  4. Jimmie Rodgers (2091 bytes)
    12: Rodgers went to an audition for a performing artist in [[Tennessee]] that would lead to his incredibl...
  5. Kris Kristofferson (2912 bytes)
    21: ...son]]'', was a flop. The early 1970’s saw more artists record successful versions of his songs, includi...
    23: ...r so long, and so began his career as a recording artist. He released his third and fourth albums in 1972...
  6. George Strait (2303 bytes)
    9: ...l country charts. He has a total of 51, the only artist ahead of him being [[Conway Twitty]].
    11: ...fore long his musical likes turned to country and artists like [[Merle Haggard]], [[Bob Wills]], [[George ...
    17: ...was one of the top rated and best selling country artists of the 1980’s and early 90’s. He now holds ...
  7. Conway Twitty (2522 bytes)
    11: ...', was one of the most successful and influential artists during the 20th century. Twitty has had more si...
    15: ...t writing rock ‘n’ roll songs and worked with artists like [[Carl Perkins]], [[Johnny Cash]], and [[El...
  8. Johnny Cash (3510 bytes)
    30: Johnny Cash was the youngest artist ever entered into the [[Country Music Hall of Fam...
    36: ... He was a living legend that influenced numerous artists and was remembered fondly by some of the greates...
  9. Tammy Wynette (2988 bytes)
    14: ...s'' went gold making her the first female country artist to accomplish this feat.
  10. Bette Midler (2176 bytes)
    20: ...four [[Grammy Awards]] and was voted the Best New Artist in 1973 and won the Record of the Year award in 1...
  11. Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids (2419 bytes)
    27: ...of the junkyard hangout of the gang. He was a con artist and was frequently taking money from the kids.
  12. Office of the future (3457 bytes)
    9: ...], a slate-like personal computer that worked for artistic and mathematical exploration, but wasn't much u...
    19: ...cination with a number of these [[prototype]]s. [[Artist]]s, [[architect]]s, [[industrial design]]ers, and...
  13. Asher Brown Durand (1776 bytes)
    5: ...a. The work had originally been donated from the artists family to the [[New York Public Library]].
    8: [[Category:Artists]]
    12: [[Category:Landscape artists|Durand, Asher Brown]]
    13: [[Category:Romantic artists|Durand, Asher Brown]]
  14. Les Blank (1305 bytes)
    5: ...tes and portrays the cultural significance of the artists’ work.
  15. Eraser (1951 bytes)
    5: [[Artist]]s use speciality erasers, such as art gum eraser...
  16. Mass media (3552 bytes)
    11: ...Writer]]s, [[musician]]s, [[actor]]s and visual [[artist]]s could make millions on cheap [[reproduction]]s...
  17. Audio-visual (1888 bytes)
    9: ...also be used for [[entertainment]] purposes, by [[artist]]s showing their work, and by [[Family|families]]...
  18. Irish Museum of Modern Art (2102 bytes)
    10: IMMA also hosts an artist-in-residence programme, hosted in its art studios...
  19. Seduction (2070 bytes)
    11: ...n Julius Caesar and Mark Antony. The 18th Century artist of seduction Giacomo Casanova’s name is synonym...
  20. John Lennon (4622 bytes)
    1: ...oup, The Beatles, John Lennon was a stellar poet, artist, actor and author.

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