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Agnes Martin: To celebrate the great painter, Google Doodle offers meditative ...
AGNES MARTIN is associated with minimalist art, but she saw herself as an abstract expressionist. She received her bachelor's and master's degrees at Columbia University, yet touted anti-intellectualism and rejected much scientific theory. She lived in ...

Joyce Hinterding, Agnes Martin and Linda Matalon at NAS
It is the exhibition on the upper level of NAS Gallery, however, that has captured my interest, three women - Joyce Hinterding, Agnes Martin, Linda Matalon – drawn together in examination under the title theme Objects & Energies. Curator Katie Dyer ...

Alma Anderson Hanks
... Hanks of Dublin; 11 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, one great great-granddaughter; brother and sister-in-law, brother and sister-in-law, Carl and Donna Anderson of Pulaski; special Friend of the family, Agnes Martin of Dublin, and special ...

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Monday: 10 a.m. at Gratitude Club; 7 p.m. at St. Peter's Church, Ripon; 7:15 p.m. at St. Agnes Hospital cafeteria. Tuesday: 10 a.m. at Blandine House, 25 N. Park Ave.; 5:30 p.m. at St. Catherine of Siena Church .... Sport & Home Extravaganza — 3 to 8 ...

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what are is old namss? by Raven Q: What are some really old first and last names? Like from the 1500.

A: From research of actual names in England commonly used in the 1500's, 9 names dominated the popular male names of 1500's, with 5 names dominating over 70% of the male names. The top 25 names identified in the research were: John 29% Thomas 14% William 14% Richard 7% Robert 6% Henry 3% Nicholas 3% Walter 2% Edward 2% George James Francis Ralph Christopher Anthony Matthew Edmund Hugh Andrew Humphrey Leonard Martin Simon Peter Philip John remained the most popular name until the 1920's. In US, John remained on the top 10 until the mid-80's. Among the names for ladies, it took 9 names to account for 70% of the female names. 11 names dominated, with the top 25 names being: Elizabeth 15% Joan 12% Margaret 11% Anne 9% Alice 8% Agnes 6% Isabel 4% Jane 3% Mary 3% Katherine 3% Margery 2% Clemence Elinor Dorothy Susannah Ellen Sarah Marion Frances Joyce Bridget Edith Emma Lucy Martha Your request for old last names are a little more complicated. In those days, the nobility took their last names from their titles. Princes William & Harry went by the last name Wales as schoolboys & in their military titles, even though Prince Charles' last name was mounbatten Windsor. Likewise Princesses Beatrice & Eugenie are Beatrice & Eugenie York even though their father was Mountbatten Windsor. Sophie Wessex, wife of Prince Edward took her last name from his title & estate even though Prince Edward goes by Windsor. During the 1500's, the Queen's Royal Courtiers had surnames such as: Raleigh (Sir Walter) Sydney (Sir Philip) Devereaux (Sir Robert, Earl of Essex) Wyatt (Sir Thomas) Dudley (Sir Robert) These were the 'insiders'. Other 'lesser' Royal Courtiers had family names such as: Drake (Sir Francis) Gilbert (Sir Humphrey) Grenville(Sir Richard) Hawkins (Sir John & Sir Richard) Frobisher (Sir Martin) The medieval common folks had family names to reflect their identifiable features, their trades, or their hometown. Examples will be: Identifiable features: John Little was a big man with an ironic last name due to his friend's dark humor. Will Scarlet wore red stockings, befitting his last name Scarlet Friar Tuck enjoyed food, also called tuck in those days. Maid Mary Whitehead had very fair hair Widow Martha Goode was pious & charitable. Trades: Robert slaughtered livestock for the villagers. He was Bobby Butcher Hugh mended the barrels for the malts. He was Hugh Cooper. Tom was the village cobbler. He was Tom Shoemaker. Jane tended the flower & herb gardens for the manor. She was Jane Gardener Alice milked the cows twice a day. She was Alice Milk Locale: Richard lived up a hill. His name was Richard Hill Henry hailed from County Kent. He was Henry Kent Walter spent all his life in London. He was Walter London Ellen's family settled at the coast. She was Ellen Shore Agnes grew up within the walls of the lord's manor. Her name was Agnes Manor Medieval last names also included names from nature, such as: Apple Bull Corn Dune Eagle Falcon Grain Hawk Moss Noon Poole Quail Reed Swan Thistle Other common last names are Smith Jones Baker Cook Fisher Knight Miller Shepherd Taylor Gray Black Brown Green White Ford Forest Knoll Woods Check out the websites to get a better idea of how things are in the 1500's

What are some 15th Century English Names? by Kirsty Q: Both male and female would be good, thanks :)

A: Girls-Anne,Mary, Margaret,Elizabeth, Isabel, Alice, Joan,Marion, Eleanor Agnes were probably among the most common. You'd also find Joanna, Philippa,Maude,Matilda, Marjorie.the odd reallyunusual name appeared too--Scholastica,Serena,Pypa,Dowsabel Boys--William,John,Edward, Edmund, Philip,Peter,Paul,Mark,Martin,William.John,Matthew--kings and saintswere popular, and, as today, boys names weren't quite as 'adventurous'. A few less common ones were Jocelyn,Acelin,Fulke

what is that movie callled? by ♥dylannnnnn Q: its placed around christmas time she hada son and he was wierd and she never paid attention to him and it was really creepy and then like she goes and has a kid with him! its creepy but it was like a popular movie hahah please help it was like a scary movie or thriller

A: Black Christmas (2006) starring Katie Cassidy, Michelle Trachtenberg, Lacey Chabert, Andrea Martin, Oliver Hudson IMDb synopsis: In the '70s, a child is born with yellow skin due to a liver disease, and his dysfunctional mother rejects him. Later, he witnesses his mother and her lover killing his beloved father and burying him in the basement of their house. Then, the boy, Billy, is locked in the attic alone throughout his childhood. When he is a teenager, he is sexually abused by his mother, and she has a baby girl called Agnes. During Christmas, the deranged Billy escapes from his imprisonment, kills his mother and stepfather, and blinds Agnes in one eye. He is declared insane, and his sister is sent to an orphanage. In the present day, Billy escapes from Clark Sanatorium to spend Christmas with his family. Meanwhile, his former house is the Delta Alpha Kappa sorority house on the campus of Clement University, and the housemother and sorority sisters are preparing the house for a Christmas party on a stormy night while Clair Crosby is in her room writing a card to bury the hatchet with her sister. When three women vanish, the others receive weird phone calls and believe something is wrong, but they find that they are trapped at the site of those deaths. Here's the movie trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2l2qxzJWKXs This is a remake of Bob Clark's classic "Black Christmas" (1974). Here's the movie trailer for the original: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysBKrRtBuag&feature=related

What are a few Classic Victorian Names? by Q: Whenever I hear 'Victorian' I can only think of the name Elizabeth. What are some other classic ones?

A: FEMALE: Abigale / Abby Ada Adella Agnes Allie Almira / Almyra Alva America Amelia Ann ~ (also nickname for Nancy) / Annie Arrah Beatrice Becky Bernice Bess, Bessie, Beth, Betsy ~ (for Elizabeth) Charity Charlotte (Lottie) Chastity Claire Constance Cynthia Dorothy ~ (also Dot) Edith Edna Edwina Ella Eleanor Ellie Elizabeth ~(also Eliza, Liza, Lizzy; see Bess.) Elvira Emma Esther Ethel Ettie ~ (Henrietta Eudora Eva Fidelia Frances Fanny ~ (usually nickname for Frances) Flora Florence Geneve Genevieve Georgia Gertrude / Gertie Gladys Grace Hannah Hattie Helen Helene Henrietta / Hettie ~ (also Ettie) Hester Hope Hortence Isabell / Isabella Jane Jennie Jessamine Josephine Judith Julia Juliet Katherine / Kate Laura Leah Lenora Letitia Lila Lilly Lorena Lorraine Lottie Louise / Louisa Lucy Lulu Lydia Mahulda Margaret ~ (see Peggy) Mary Mary Elizabeth Mary Frances Martha Matilda / Mattie Maude Maxine /Maxie Mercy Mildred Minerva Missouri Molly Myrtle Nancy Natalie Nellie / Nelly Nettie Nora Orpha Patsy Parthena Peggy ~ ( Permelia Phoebe Philomena Polly Preshea Rachel Rebecca ~ (see Becky) Rhoda / Rhody Rowena Rufina Ruth Samantha Sally Sarah Sarah Ann Sarah Elizabeth Savannah Selina Sophronia Stella Theodosia Vertiline ~ (also Verd) Victoria Virginia / Ginny Vivian Winnifred / Winnie Zona Zylphia MALE Aaron Abraham / Abe Alan / Allen Albert Alexander Alonzo Ambrose Amon Amos Andrew / Drew / Andy Aquilla Archibald / Archie Arnold Asa August / Augustus Barnabas / Barney Bartholomew / Bart Benjamin Bennet Benedict Bernard Bertram / Bert Buford Byron Calvin Charles / Charley / Charlie Christopher Clarence Clement / Clem Clinton / Clint Cole Columbus (also Lom or Lum) Daniel / Dan David Dick ~ (see Richard) Edmund Edward Edwin Eldon Eli Elijah ElishaEmmett Enoch Ezekiel ~ (also Zeke) Ezra Francis Frank ~ (also nickname for Francis) Franklin Frederick / Fred Gabriel / Gabe Garrett George George Washington Gideon Gilbert / Gil Granville Gus ~ (see August) Hank ~ (nickname for Henry) Harland Harrison Harold / Harry Harvey Henry ~ (see Hank) Hiram Horace Horatio Hugh Isaiah Israel Isaac ~ (also Ike) Isaac Newton Jacob / Jake James ~ (also Jim) Jasper Jack ~ (for John) Jefferson / Jeff Jedediah / Jed Jeptha Jesse Joel John ~ (see Jack) John Paul John Wesley Jonathan Joseph Josephus ~ (also “Cephas”) Josiah Joshua Julian Julius Lafayette ~ (also Lafe) Lawrence / Larry Leander Les / Lester / Leslie Lewis / Lew / Louis Levi Lucas Lucian Lucius Luke Luther Louis Levi Lucas Lucian Lucius Luke Luther Matthew Marcellus Mark Martin Martin Luther Masheck Maurice Maxwell Merrill Meriwether Meriwether Lewis Michael/ Mike Micajah ~ (have seen nickname “Cage”) Mordecai Morgan Morris Nathaniel / Nathan / Nate / Nat Ned ~ (short for Edward) Newton / Newt Nicholas / Nick Nimrod Ninian Obediah Octavius Ora / Oral Orville Oscar Owen Paul Patrick / Pat Patrick Henry Paul Perry Peter Pleasant Ralph Raymond Reuben Robert ~ (also Bob) Robert Lee Richard / Rich ~ (see Dick) Roderick Rudolph Rufus Samuel Sam Houston Seth Silas Simon Simeon Stanley / Stan Stephen Thaddeus Thomas / Tom Thomas Jefferson Theodore / Ted Timothy / Tim Ulysses Uriah Victor Walter Warren Washington Wilfred William / Will ~ (also Bill, Billy) Willie ~ (Not always for William) Zachariah Zebulon Zedock Well, that was fun!! Hope I helped in whatever you were doing...

Can you give me some names that "match" this time era? by Auntto4 ^;^ Q: around the late 1800s to the early 1900s. Both boy and girl names - origin doesn't matter. Thanks!

A: Abigale / Abby Ada Adella Agnes Allie Almira / Almyra Alva America Amelia Ann ~ (also nickname for Nancy) / Annie Arrah Beatrice Becky ~ (see Rebecca) Bernice Bess, Bessie, Beth, Betsy ~ (for Elizabeth) Charity Charlotte Chastity Claire Constance Cynthia Dorothy ~ (also Dot) Edith Edna Edwina Ella Eleanor Ellie Elizabeth ~(also Eliza, Liza, Lizzy; see Bess.) Elvira Emma Esther Ethel Ettie ~ (see Henrietta) Eudora Eva Fidelia Frances Fanny ~ (usually nickname for Frances) Flora Florence Geneve Genevieve Georgia Gertrude / Gertie Gladys Grace Hannah Hattie Helen Helene Henrietta / Hettie ~ (also Ettie) Hester Hope Hortence Isabell / Isabella Jane Jennie Jessamine Josephine Judith Julia Juliet Katherine / Kate Laura Leah Lenora Letitia Lila Lilly Lorena Lorraine Lottie Louise / Louisa Lucy Lulu Lydia Mahulda Margaret ~ (see Peggy) Mary Mary Elizabeth Mary Frances Martha Matilda / Mattie Maude Maxine /Maxie Mercy Mildred Minerva Missouri Molly ~ (nickname for Mary) Myrtle Nancy ~ (see Ann) Natalie Nellie / Nelly Nettie Nora Orpha Patsy Parthena Peggy ~ (nickname for Margaret) Permelia Phoebe Philomena Polly ~ (nickname for Mary) Preshea Rachel Rebecca ~ (see Becky) Rhoda / Rhody Rowena Rufina Ruth Samantha Sally Sarah Sarah Ann Sarah Elizabeth Savannah Selina Sophronia Stella Theodosia Vertiline ~ (also Verd) Victoria Virginia / Ginny Vivian Winnifred / Winnie Zona Zylphia Aaron Abraham / Abe Alan / Allen Albert Alexander Alonzo Ambrose Amon Amos Andrew / Drew / Andy Aquilla Archibald / Archie Arnold Asa August / Augustus Barnabas / Barney Bartholomew / Bart Benjamin Bennet Benedict Bernard Bertram / Bert Buford Byron Calvin Charles / Charley / Charlie Christopher Christopher Columbus Clarence Clement / Clem Clinton / Clint Cole Columbus (also Lom or Lum) Commodore Perry Daniel / Dan David Dick ~ (see Richard) Edmund Edward Edwin Eldon Eli Elijah ElishaEmmett Enoch Ezekiel ~ (also Zeke) Ezra Francis Frank ~ (also nickname for Francis) Franklin Frederick / Fred Gabriel / Gabe Garrett George George Washington Gideon Gilbert / Gil Granville Gus ~ (see August) Hank ~ (nickname for Henry) Harland Harrison Harold / Harry Harvey Henry ~ (see Hank) Hiram Horace Horatio Hugh Isaiah Israel Isaac ~ (also Ike) Isaac Newton Jacob / Jake James ~ (also Jim) Jasper Jack ~ (for John) Jefferson / Jeff Jedediah / Jed Jeptha Jesse Joel John ~ (see Jack) John Paul John Wesley Jonathan Joseph Josephus ~ (also “Cephas”) Josiah Joshua Julian Julius Lafayette ~ (also Lafe) Lawrence / Larry Leander Les / Lester / Leslie Lewis / Lew / Louis Levi Lucas Lucian Lucius Luke Luther Louis Levi Lucas Lucian Lucius Luke Luther Matthew Marcellus Mark Martin Martin Luther Masheck Maurice Maxwell Merrill Meriwether Meriwether Lewis Michael/ Mike Micajah ~ (have seen nickname “Cage”) Mordecai Morgan Morris Nathaniel / Nathan / Nate / Nat Ned ~ (short for Edward) Newton / Newt Nicholas / Nick Nimrod Ninian Obediah Octavius Ora / Oral Orville Oscar Owen Paul Patrick / Pat Patrick Henry Paul Perry Peter Pleasant Ralph Raymond Reuben Robert ~ (also Bob) Robert Lee Richard / Rich ~ (see Dick) Roderick Rudolph Rufus Samuel Sam Houston Seth Silas Simon Simeon Stanley / Stan Stephen Thaddeus Thomas / Tom Thomas Jefferson Theodore / Ted Timothy / Tim Ulysses Uriah Victor Walter Warren Washington Wilfred William / Will ~ (also Bill, Billy) Willie ~ (Not always for William) Zachariah Zebulon Zedock

Names from the 1800's? And ideas? by **Write your own song** Q: I'm doing a project on the book Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. One of my assignments is to create a plot for a gothic style story. I have to have a main character and three supporting characters. I need some name ideas. My main character is a male and at least one character is a female. I thought: Emmeline Elizabeth Marta Gretchen Margaret But I'm at a loss for boy names. Any help would be appreciated.

A: Abigale / Abby Ada Adella Agnes Allie Almira / Almyra Alva America Amelia Ann ~ (also nickname for Nancy) / Annie Arrah Beatrice Becky ~ (see Rebecca) Bernice Bess, Bessie, Beth, Betsy ~ (for Elizabeth) Charity Charlotte Chastity Claire Constance Cynthia Dorothy ~ (also Dot) Edith Edna Edwina Ella Eleanor Ellie Elizabeth ~(also Eliza, Liza, Lizzy; see Bess.) Elvira Emma Esther Ethel Ettie ~ (see Henrietta) Eudora Eva Fidelia Frances Fanny ~ (usually nickname for Frances) Flora Florence Geneve Genevieve Georgia Gertrude / Gertie Gladys Grace Hannah Hattie Helen Helene Henrietta / Hettie ~ (also Ettie) Hester Hope Hortence Isabell / Isabella Jane Jennie Jessamine Josephine Judith Julia Juliet Katherine / Kate Laura Leah Lenora Letitia Lila Lilly Lorena Lorraine Lottie Louise / Louisa Lucy Lulu Lydia Mahulda Margaret ~ (see Peggy) Mary Mary Elizabeth Mary Frances Martha Matilda / Mattie Maude Maxine /Maxie Mercy Mildred Minerva Missouri Molly ~ (nickname for Mary) Myrtle Nancy ~ (see Ann) Natalie Nellie / Nelly Nettie Nora Orpha Patsy Parthena Peggy ~ (nickname for Margaret) Permelia Phoebe Philomena Polly ~ (nickname for Mary) Preshea Rachel Rebecca ~ (see Becky) Rhoda / Rhody Rowena Rufina Ruth Samantha Sally Sarah Sarah Ann Sarah Elizabeth Savannah Selina Sophronia Stella Theodosia Vertiline ~ (also Verd) Victoria Virginia / Ginny Vivian Winnifred / Winnie Zona Zylphia Aaron Abraham / Abe Alan / Allen Albert Alexander Alonzo Ambrose Amon Amos Andrew / Drew / Andy Aquilla Archibald / Archie Arnold Asa August / Augustus Barnabas / Barney Bartholomew / Bart Benjamin Bennet Benedict Bernard Bertram / Bert Buford Byron Calvin Charles / Charley / Charlie Christopher Christopher Columbus Clarence Clement / Clem Clinton / Clint Cole Columbus (also Lom or Lum) Commodore Perry Daniel / Dan David Dick ~ (see Richard) Edmund Edward Edwin Eldon Eli Elijah ElishaEmmett Enoch Ezekiel ~ (also Zeke) Ezra Francis Frank ~ (also nickname for Francis) Franklin Frederick / Fred Gabriel / Gabe Garrett George George Washington Gideon Gilbert / Gil Granville Gus ~ (see August) Hank ~ (nickname for Henry) Harland Harrison Harold / Harry Harvey Henry ~ (see Hank) Hiram Horace Horatio Hugh Isaiah Israel Isaac ~ (also Ike) Isaac Newton Jacob / Jake James ~ (also Jim) Jasper Jack ~ (for John) Jefferson / Jeff Jedediah / Jed Jeptha Jesse Joel John ~ (see Jack) John Paul John Wesley Jonathan Joseph Josephus ~ (also “Cephas”) Josiah Joshua Julian Julius Lafayette ~ (also Lafe) Lawrence / Larry Leander Les / Lester / Leslie Lewis / Lew / Louis Levi Lucas Lucian Lucius Luke Luther Louis Levi Lucas Lucian Lucius Luke Luther Matthew Marcellus Mark Martin Martin Luther Masheck Maurice Maxwell Merrill Meriwether Meriwether Lewis Michael/ Mike Micajah ~ (have seen nickname “Cage”) Mordecai Morgan Morris Nathaniel / Nathan / Nate / Nat Ned ~ (short for Edward) Newton / Newt Nicholas / Nick Nimrod Ninian Obediah Octavius Ora / Oral Orville Oscar Owen Paul Patrick / Pat Patrick Henry Paul Perry Peter Pleasant Ralph Raymond Reuben Robert ~ (also Bob) Robert Lee Richard / Rich ~ (see Dick) Roderick Rudolph Rufus Samuel Sam Houston Seth Silas Simon Simeon Stanley / Stan Stephen Thaddeus Thomas / Tom Thomas Jefferson Theodore / Ted Timothy / Tim Ulysses Uriah Victor Walter Warren Washington Wilfred William / Will ~ (also Bill, Billy) Willie ~ (Not always for William) Zachariah Zebulon Zedock

What Names Would Go With These? by Thalya Mendoza Q: I'm expecting my second child but we don't know the sex yet. So far I like Elyse for girl & André for boy, they are both French names so I'd like for it's middle name to be French also. Any suggestions? Thanks :)

A: Adélaïde Adèle Adrienne Agathe Agnès Aimée Alexandrie Alice Amélie Anaïs Anastasie Andrée Anne Antoinette Arnaude Astrid Audrey Aurélie Aurore Bernadette Brigitte Capucine Caroline Catherine Cécile Céline, Chantal Charlotte Christelle Christiane Christine Claire Claudine Clémence Colette Constance Corinne Danielle Denise Diane Dorothée Édith Éléonore Élisabeth Élise Élodie Émilie Emmanuelle Françoise Frédérique Gabrielle Geneviève Hélène Henriette Hortens Inès Isabelle Jacqueline Jeanne Jeannine Joséphine Josette Julie Juliette Laetitia Laure Laurence Lorraine Louise Luce Madeleine Manon Marcelle Marguerite Marianne Marie Marine Marthe Martine Maryse Mathilde Michelle Monique Nathalie Nicole Noémi Océane Odette Olivie Patricia Paulette Pauline Pénélope Philippine Renée ` Sabine Simone Sophie Stéphanie Susanne Sylvie Thérèse Valentine Valérie Véronique Victoire Virginie Zoé Adrien Adrian Aimé "loved" Alain Alan, Allen Alexandre Alexander Alexis Alfred Alfre Alphonse Alfonso Amaury Andrew Antoine Anthony Anton Arnaud Arthur Arthur Auguste, Augustin Augustus "noble" Benjamin Benjamin "youngest" Benoît Benedict "blessed Bernard Bernard Bertrand Bertrand, Bertram Bruno Charles, (Charlot), Charles, (Charlie) Christian Christophe Christopher Daniel Daniel David David Denis Dennis Didier Édouard Edward Émile Emile Emmanuel Emmanuel Éric Eric Étienne Steven Eugène Eugene François Francis Franck Frank Frédéric Frederic Gabriel Gabriel Gaston Georges George Gérard Gerald Gilbert Gilbert Gilles Giles Grégoire Gregory Guillaume, (Guy) William, (Bill) Gustave Henry Henry Honoré (honored) Hugues Hugo Isaac Isaac Jacqces, (Jacquot) James, (Jimmy) Jean, (Jeannot) John, (Johnny) Jérôme Jerome Joseph Joseph Jules Julius archaic: "guy, bloke" Julien Julian Laurent Laurence Léon Leon, Leo Louis Louis, Lewis Luc Luke Lucas Lucas Marc Mark, Marcus Marcel Marcel Martin Martin Matthieu Matthew Maurice Morris Michel Michael Nicolas Nicholas Noël "Christmas" Olivier Oliver "olive tree" Pascal Patrick, Patrice Patrick Paul Paul Philippe Phili Pierre Peter "stone" Raymond Raymond Rémy, Rémi René "reborn" Richard Richard Robert Robert Roger Roger Roland Roland Sébastien Sebastian Serge Stéphane Stephen Théodore Theodore Théophile Theophilus Thibaut, Thibault Theobald Thierry Terry Thomas Thomas Timothée Timothy Tristan Tristan, Tristram Victor Victor Vincent Vincent Xavier Xavier Yves Ives Zacharie Zachary

Feedback on these names? by Find Yourself Here Q: I really love names that sound like they belong on an old person. Nothing too much like Gertrude or Elmer, but I really love the "vintage" sound. I know I'm not alone on this! Here are a few newcomers to my list of old people names that would be cute on kids. Girls: -June (on my list, but usually as a middle name. I'm starting to like it for a first.) -Ruth (same as June) -Lorraine -Florence -Mabel -Agnes (not sure how I started liking this, but I did.) -Hattie -Audra -Patience Boys: -Otis -Claude -Mordecai -Willard -Calvin -Victor -Harland -Walker -Elisha Any more suggestions?

A: OMG i love those sort of 'old but cute' style names aswell! i LOVE June, Lorraine, Florence (Nickname Flo would be so cute), and Agnes and for the boys names i love Claude, Mordecai, victor, and Harland Some Suggestions: GIRL: Evelyn, Pearl, Josephine, Mae, Valerie, Marion, Genevieve BOYS: Clarence, Martin, Lloyd This website has heaps more: http://nameberry.com/blog/vintage-names-100-year-old-names-that-sound-new-again

Popular Baby Names of the 1600s: This or That? by Audrina Q: Girls: Elizabeth or Edith Mary or Marion Margaret or Margery Anne or Jane Susanna or Hannah Isabel or Mabel Alice or Frances Constance or Patience Prudence or Clemence Beatrice or Florence Grace or Faith Temperance or Fortune Agnes or Gertrude Cecily or Sybil Rebecca or Rachel Rose or Rosamund Phyllis or Priscilla Elinor or Ellen Sarah or Barbara Millicent or Gillian Bridget or Janet Philippa or Thomasin Honour or Helen Joyce or Joan Lucy or Amy Hester or Esther Emma or Joanna Dorcas or Deborah Christian or Charity Boys: John or Joseph Thomas or Jonas Nicholas or Nathaniel Francis or Ellis Richard or Edward Leonard or Bernard Henry or Gregory George or Geoffrey James or Charles Miles or Giles Matthew or Andrew Samuel or Michael Gabriel or Daniel Christopher or Alexander Peter or Walter Gilbert or Cuthbert Simon or Stephen Benjamin or Lawrence Clement or Valentine Anthony or Zachary Mark or Martin Edmund or Rowland No 'Neither.' Have fun! :) Here are my answers. Elizabeth Mary Margaret Jane Hannah Mabel Alice Constance Clemence Florence Faith Temperance Gertrude Sybil Rebecca Rose Priscilla Ellen Sarah Gillian Bridget Philippa Helen Joyce Lucy [my all-time favorite girls' name! ♥] Esther Emma Deborah Christian Joseph Thomas Nathaniel Ellis Edward Leonard Gregory Geoffrey James Miles Andrew Samuel Gabriel Alexander Peter Gilbert Stephen Benjamin Clement Anthony Mark Edmund

A: Elizabeth Mary Margaret Anne Hannah Isabel Alice Patience Clemence Florence Faith Temperance Agnes Cecily Rebecca Rose Priscilla Elinor Sarah Millicent Janet Philippa Honour Joan Lucy Esther Emma Deborah Charity Joseph Thomas Nathaniel Ellis Edward Leonard Henry George James Giles Matthew Samuel Daniel Christopher Peter Gilbert Simon Benjamin Clement Anthony Mark Edmund {kcsc}

What is this song called from abercrombie and fitch? by Baybee <3 Q: Go on http://www.abercrombie.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/home_10051_10901_-1 click the playlist and keep clicking the next button on the right until the 5th song please tell me what its called [: thanks

A: The playlist is shuffled so I will tell you the names of all the songs. Viva La Vida-Alisha King & Cinnamon She Bangs-Ricky Martin Release Me (Radio Edit)-Agnes Here I Am (Radio Edit)-Peyton & Eric Kuypper Rosie Christmas-Donna Summer Turn It Out (Radio Edit)-Altar & Jeanie Tracy Love Is In The Air-? Dont Know I Will Always Love You (Original Mix)-Sarah Washington Sky High-Newton Can't You Feel It? (Radio Edit)-Elize

Has anyone seen a good movie lately? by FYRE & REIGN Q: I'm eagerly awaiting the new movies that come out around Thanksgiving because there doesn't seem to be anything good in the theaters.... or at least there's nothing left to see... Who can recommend a good movie? Maybe even something to rent?

A: These are a few of my faves that all should be available for rent: 1. After Hours (1985) -- "Paul Hackett (Griffin Dunne) embarks on a trip to New York City's SoHo district in hopes of hooking up with a recent acquaintance, the beautiful Marcy Franklin (Rosanna Arquette). But Paul loses all his money, and just to get back home he must endure a night of kooks, psychotics, punks and an angry mob trying to kill him. The supporting cast includes Linda Fiorentino, Teri Garr, John Heard and Catherine O'Hara, with Martin Scorsese directing." 2. Danny Deckchair (2003) - "Loopy Australian truck driver Danny (Rhys Ifans) hatches a novel way to escape his drab life after a fight with his girlfriend: He ties large helium-filled balloons to his deckchair and floats away into the sky. But a violent thunderstorm sends him hurtling out over the Outback, where he lands (as in the Wizard of Oz) in a small town where no one knows him. Meanwhile, the news media is in a frenzy about Danny's fantastic disappearance. " 3. Under the Lighthouse Dancing (1997) -- "Six old friends -- Harry (Jack Thompson), Emma (Jacqueline McKenzie), Juliet (Zoe Bertram), Louise (Naomi Watts), David (Aden Gillett) and Garth (Philip Holder) -- spirit away to an island for a short holiday, not knowing that Harry and Emma are about to elope. As they all scramble to make the event memorable, they also learn that Emma's gravely ill, and this romantic adventure may just be her last hurrah." 4. Beautiful Girls (1996) - "When Timothy Hutton returns to the small town he left behind, erstwhile friends, lovers and the scary thought of settling down swirl around him. A friend's unapproachable cousin (Uma Thurman) and the winsome teenager next door (Natalie Portman) afford differing glimpses of two possible futures. Director Ted Demme's smartly written, slice-of-life film offers a funny look into the male mind." 5. Flesh + Blood (1985) - "All's fair in love and war in this swoony-but-gritty drama from filmmaker Paul Verhoeven. A band of mercenaries led by Martin (Rutger Hauer) abducts Agnes (Jennifer Jason Leigh), the daughter of the feudal lord who cheats them out of their money. In spite of the other mercenaries' complaints, Martin grows to love Agnes, who's waiting to be saved by her beloved. Co-stars Tom Burlinson and Jack Thompson." 6. Bubba Ho-Tep (2003) - "Elvis Presley (Bruce Campbell) is an elderly resident in an East Texas rest home; seems he switched identities with an impersonator years before his "death" and then missed his chance to switch back. The King teams up with Jack (Ossie Davis), a fellow nursing home resident who thinks he's John F. Kennedy, and the two old codgers prepare to battle an evil Egyptian entity that's chosen their long-term care facility as its happy hunting grounds." 7. Chocolat (2000) - "An iconoclastic single mother (Oscar-nominee Juliette Binoche) and her young daughter move to a village in France and open a chocolate shop -- that's open Sundays -- across the street from a church. At first, Binoche's rich, sensuous desserts scandalize the town, but soon the villagers welcome the newcomers with open arms. Judi Dench, Lena Olin and Johnny Depp co-star in this 2000 Best Picture nominee." 8. The Count Of Monte Cristo (2002) - "A beautifully photographed rekindling of the classic Alexandre Dumas story. Edmond Dantès's (Jim Caviezel) life and plans to marry the beautiful Mercedes (Dagmara Dominczyk) are shattered when his best friend, Fernand (Guy Pearce), deceives him. After spending 13 miserable years in prison, Dantès escapes with the help of a fellow inmate (Richard Harris), cleverly insinuates himself into the French nobility and plots his revenge." 9. Defending Your Life (1991) - "After Daniel Miller (Albert Brooks) crashes his BMW convertible into a bus, he's transported to "Judgment City," where he meets the love of his life, Julia (Meryl Streep). Unfortunately, Daniel needs to defend his life on Earth before he can ascend to heaven with Julia. He frantically attempts to explain the positive things he's accomplished, but soon realizes that Julia may be too good for him." 10. Devil In a Blue Dress (1995) - "In this compelling neonoir set in 1948 Los Angeles, war veteran "Easy" Rawlins (Denzel Washington) is looking for work. When a stranger asks him to locate a missing woman, it sounds like a surefire way to snag some quick cash. But Rawlins gets more than he bargained for and soon becomes entangled in a murder mystery."

Tell me of some new good movies to go rent? by Journey Q: I like these types of movies Scary Drama Comedey

A: These are a few of my faves: 1. After Hours (1985) -- "Paul Hackett (Griffin Dunne) embarks on a trip to New York City's SoHo district in hopes of hooking up with a recent acquaintance, the beautiful Marcy Franklin (Rosanna Arquette). But Paul loses all his money, and just to get back home he must endure a night of kooks, psychotics, punks and an angry mob trying to kill him. The supporting cast includes Linda Fiorentino, Teri Garr, John Heard and Catherine O'Hara, with Martin Scorsese directing." 2. Danny Deckchair (2003) - "Loopy Australian truck driver Danny (Rhys Ifans) hatches a novel way to escape his drab life after a fight with his girlfriend: He ties large helium-filled balloons to his deckchair and floats away into the sky. But a violent thunderstorm sends him hurtling out over the Outback, where he lands (as in the Wizard of Oz) in a small town where no one knows him. Meanwhile, the news media is in a frenzy about Danny's fantastic disappearance. " 3. Under the Lighthouse Dancing (1997) -- "Six old friends -- Harry (Jack Thompson), Emma (Jacqueline McKenzie), Juliet (Zoe Bertram), Louise (Naomi Watts), David (Aden Gillett) and Garth (Philip Holder) -- spirit away to an island for a short holiday, not knowing that Harry and Emma are about to elope. As they all scramble to make the event memorable, they also learn that Emma's gravely ill, and this romantic adventure may just be her last hurrah." 4. Beautiful Girls (1996) - "When Timothy Hutton returns to the small town he left behind, erstwhile friends, lovers and the scary thought of settling down swirl around him. A friend's unapproachable cousin (Uma Thurman) and the winsome teenager next door (Natalie Portman) afford differing glimpses of two possible futures. Director Ted Demme's smartly written, slice-of-life film offers a funny look into the male mind." 5. Flesh + Blood (1985) - "All's fair in love and war in this swoony-but-gritty drama from filmmaker Paul Verhoeven. A band of mercenaries led by Martin (Rutger Hauer) abducts Agnes (Jennifer Jason Leigh), the daughter of the feudal lord who cheats them out of their money. In spite of the other mercenaries' complaints, Martin grows to love Agnes, who's waiting to be saved by her beloved. Co-stars Tom Burlinson and Jack Thompson." 6. Bubba Ho-Tep (2003) - "Elvis Presley (Bruce Campbell) is an elderly resident in an East Texas rest home; seems he switched identities with an impersonator years before his "death" and then missed his chance to switch back. The King teams up with Jack (Ossie Davis), a fellow nursing home resident who thinks he's John F. Kennedy, and the two old codgers prepare to battle an evil Egyptian entity that's chosen their long-term care facility as its happy hunting grounds." 7. Chocolat (2000) - "An iconoclastic single mother (Oscar-nominee Juliette Binoche) and her young daughter move to a village in France and open a chocolate shop -- that's open Sundays -- across the street from a church. At first, Binoche's rich, sensuous desserts scandalize the town, but soon the villagers welcome the newcomers with open arms. Judi Dench, Lena Olin and Johnny Depp co-star in this 2000 Best Picture nominee." 8. The Count Of Monte Cristo (2002) - "A beautifully photographed rekindling of the classic Alexandre Dumas story. Edmond Dantès's (Jim Caviezel) life and plans to marry the beautiful Mercedes (Dagmara Dominczyk) are shattered when his best friend, Fernand (Guy Pearce), deceives him. After spending 13 miserable years in prison, Dantès escapes with the help of a fellow inmate (Richard Harris), cleverly insinuates himself into the French nobility and plots his revenge." 9. Defending Your Life (1991) - "After Daniel Miller (Albert Brooks) crashes his BMW convertible into a bus, he's transported to "Judgment City," where he meets the love of his life, Julia (Meryl Streep). Unfortunately, Daniel needs to defend his life on Earth before he can ascend to heaven with Julia. He frantically attempts to explain the positive things he's accomplished, but soon realizes that Julia may be too good for him." 10. Devil In a Blue Dress (1995) - "In this compelling neonoir set in 1948 Los Angeles, war veteran "Easy" Rawlins (Denzel Washington) is looking for work. When a stranger asks him to locate a missing woman, it sounds like a surefire way to snag some quick cash. But Rawlins gets more than he bargained for and soon becomes entangled in a murder mystery." Let me know if you would like more recommendations

Who are some of your favorite Minimalist artists? by Jason HCK Q: I'd like to research more minimalist artists, particularly painters. I love the work of Ad Reinhardt, Ellsworth Kelly, Frank Stella, Agnes Martin, Robert Ryman, and Mark Rothko and Barnett Newman (although Rothko and Newman were technically AbEx artists). Who are some of your favorites? I guess I'm most interested in learning about current, contemporary Minimalists and color field painters, if you know of any. Thanks.

A: Elswoth Kelly for sure. Last year, I had to paint a ceiling tile for art and I did his squares one. Even though it came out really bad...

Sister Names For My Story!!? by Faye Q: I am writing a story about sisters, one is pretty talented and popular - her name is Evangeline. The other one is clumsy, unpopular and has no discovered talent - yet.I need a name, a name that really kind of says you are ugly.A harsh name if you get it, nothing like Evangeline.Last name is Martin. Also, what are good middle names for Evangeline.

A: Top 10 ugly names 1. Agnes (sounds like Anus to me) 2. Harriett 3. Ursula 4. Nevaeh 5. Beatrice 6. Gertrude 7. Myrtle 8. Helga 9. Uma 10. Dolores Middle names for Evangeline 1. Elizabeth 2. Rose 3. Catherine 4. Lily 5. Paige

Looking for Family Information "Brightman and Brenna or Brennan"? by Leslie Q: I am just starting researching a family tree on Lucille Agnes Brightman. I am not getting anywhere. Can anyone help. Here is what I have: Lucille Agnes Brightman b. 7 Aug 1907 married Michael Martin Brenna or Brennan b. est 1896. Her parents were: Charlotte Haynes or Haines and George C. Brightman His Parents were: Merrit ? and ? Brenna ot Brennan from Sweden Carlstad? Any help would be great! Thanks

A: 08:15, Pacific Time: A country would help. A state would be even better. There is no Lucille Brightman with father George in the US Census from 1910 - 1930. She could be hiding out or you could be Canadian. There is a 25-year old Lucille Brightman in Texas in 1930, sister-in-law to: Pate McCutcheon 40 Josie McCutcheon 28 Claudie McCutcheon 6 J G McCutcheon 3 10/12 Lucille Brightman 25 Is that her? ==================== 08:20, Pacific Time: Added later: YES. That is why PLACES are so important. In 1920 only one person you mentioned spelled his/her name right. But, by looking for any "Brightman" in Refugio County, I found: 1920: Bayside, Refugio, Texas; Roll T625_1840; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 145; Image: 1057. George Brightman 53 Tex, Tex, Tex, laborer Lottie Brightman 35 Tex, USA, USA Josephine Brightman 18 Tex, Tex, Tex Lucile Brightman 16 Tex, Tex, Tex ============================= Stay tuned. I'll add to this. 09:05 1910; Census Place: Justice Precinct 1, Refugio, Texas; Roll T624_1584; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 148; Image: 836. George Brightman 48 salesman in grocery store Littie Brightman 28 Tex, Tex, Tex Josie Brightman 9 Lucile Brightman 7 =========================== 1900; Census Place: Refugio, Refugio, Texas; Roll T623_1666 Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 70. G C Brightman 36 head Jul 1863 married 1 year Mary C Brightman 18 wife Dec 1881 Tex, India, Don't know Mary C's father's BP says "India", but that is HIGHLY unlikely. It could be "Indian" as in "Native American", or it could be "Indiana". ========================== 1930; Census Place: Precinct 6, Refugio, Texas; Roll 2386; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 8; Image: 375.0. George Brightman 65 Tex, Tex, Tex, Fisherman Lottie Brightman 40 Tex, Tex, Tex ========================= 1880, Saint Marys, Refugio, Texas, p. 342D on the LDS Household: (Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace) Wm. BRIGTMAN Self M Male W 52 IN Farmer RD SC Josephine BRIGTMAN Wife M Female W 39 KY Keeps House KY KY Elizabeth J. BRIGTMAN Other S Female W 19 TX At Home IN KY George C. BRIGTMAN Other S Male W 15 TX IN KY Charles R. BRIGTMAN Other S Male W 12 TX IN KY James H. BRIGTMAN Other S Male W 9 TX IN KY Mortimer BRIGTMAN Other S Male W 6 TX IN KY Lyman BRIGTMAN Other S Male W 4 TX IN KY John Henry BRIGTMAN Other S Male W 3 TX IN KY Walter BRIGTMAN Other S Male W 9M TX IN KY The relationship says "Other" but they are children. Mary Charlotte is one of those frustrations; born after 1880 and married before 1900. ================== Texas Births has George Cloner Brightman b. 30 Sep 1927 Refugio Co. Father: George Cloner Brightman Mother: Lottie Haynes ======== 1880, Refugio, Refugio, Texas p, 336C John HYNES Self M Male W 28 TX Stock Raiser IL LA Mary A. HYNES Wife M Female W 29 TX Keeps House IRE IRE John Ed. HYNES Son S Male W 5 TX TX TX Thos Wm. HYNES Son S Male W 3 TX TX TX John HYNES Father Male W 56 IL Stock Raiser IRE IRE Francis E. HYNES Sister Female W 16 IL IL LA Jackson RILEY Other Male B 18 TX Servant --- --- These are the only Haynes/Haines in the county, and they are just 24 pages (336C -> 342D; 6 numbers, but each number has A, B, C and D) from the Brightmans in 1880. I'd bet this is Lottie's parents, but not an enormous amount.

what is the best audition piece to use for my audition? by Melissasweetsingerchick Q: i am 15 and my school is doing "met me in st Louie" i want the part of tootie (5ish) or agnes (10ish) i need a 60 monologues and 16 bars of music. any suggestions? thanks :)

A: I can't help you with the monologues. I strongly suggest singing a Gershwin tune, because George was one of Hugh Martin's biggest influences. I don't know your vocal range, but since you are auditioning for children roles, you might consider singing a children's song, like these. Some are more overdone than others, but they may suit your voice really well. You never know... Consider Yourself - Oliver! Happily Ever After - Once Upon a Mattress How Lovely To Be A Woman - Bye Bye Birdie I've Got Rhythm - Crazy for You I Enjoy Being A Girl - Flower Drum Song I Know Things Now - Into the Woods I've Got The Sun - Annie Get Your Gun Let Me Entertain You - Gypsy Little Lamb - Gypsy Matchmaker - Fiddler on the Roof Much More - The Fantasticks Schroeder - You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown The Girl I Mean To Be - Secret Garden The Lonely Goatherd - The Sound of Music Wouldn't It Be Loverly - My Fair Lady (Eliza's no kid, but this song is very child-like.)

On AMC, how many of you were watching the day Myrtle originally joined the show? by farm mom Q: AMC did a beautiful job on Myrtle's memorial. I was in tears through most of the show.

A: Agnes Nixon blowing the kiss to Myrtle was priceless and made the moment! Erica and Zach did a terrific job but it seemed odd not one member of the Martin family or Adam was there. I wasn't old enough to remember Myrtle's original appearance on the show. I vaguely remember Phoebe and Myrtle and the "carney" days. But I remember my Mom talking about the show.

Culturally: For those of you that says that a person's name doesn't matter when it comes to dating? by Pablo from Nicaragua Q: Ladies, would you date a man who's name is, Theophilus Eugene Ulysses Ashley George Martin? (First name Theophilus. Last name Martin) Fellas, would you date a woman who's name is, Geraldine Frances Mary Lois Agatha Agnes Pewterschmidt? (First name Geraldine. Last name Pewterschmidt)

A: Yes I would date Theophilus. But I once had a NYC taxi driver called Archimedes Butt and I would not have dated him, that is where I draw the line.

What are some REALLY good dramatic scenes for two girls? by KCVAU Q: My friend and I are looking for a very dramatic and emotional duet scene. It's for a competition and it has to be from a published play. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated! Thank you!

A: Look at Keely and Du by Jane Martin, Sunday on the Rocks by Teresa Rebeck, Women of Manhattan by John Patrick Shanley and Agnes of God by John Pielmeier. Break legs!

list all of the suite life of zack and cody characters? by i luv history Q: i need help, our school is making a play based on the suite life of zack and cody, i feel like im missing some characters. we are doing a play on all of the episodes...

A: The characters are given below: -Cody martin -zack martin -London Tipton -Maddie Fitzpatrick -Mr.Marion Moseby -Mrs.Carrey Martin -Esteban Julio Ricardo Montoya De Rosa Ramirez -Arwin Hawkhauser -Nia -Wilfred Tipto -Patrick -Muriel -Lance Fishman -Irene -Norman -Skippy -Deborah -Rose -Chef Paolo -Rich -Gary -Millicent -Grace -Sister Dominic -Mary-Margaret -Corrie -Leslie -Max -Tapeworm -Bob -Jessica -Janice -Barbara Simcoe Brownstein -Agnes -Warren -Mark -Theo -Ilsa Shickelgrubermeiger-Von Helsinger Kepelugerhoffer -Mr. Forgess -Snooty Saleswoman -Portia Tenenbaum -Tiffany -Chelsea -Holly O'neal -Jasmine -Amy -Leah -Haley -Wayne -Ivana -Dudley -Scamp

All My Children, Who am I? no.6? by i aint here. are you? Q: I persuaded Joe Martin to move from California to work at PVU. I have only been seen at Dr. Martin's 35th anniversary, at Phoebe Tyler Wallingford's funeral, and briefly at Myrtle Fargate's funeral. Who am I?

A: Can't remember the character's name, but she was played by Agnes Nixon, who created All My Children. Okay - checked Wikipedia, they refer to her as "Aggie".

In the movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, who is Anges and Porcy Garris? by Jay Q: I just need to know who they are in the movie, as the characters being played, and nothing about the actors.

A: Agnes is the prostitute that Butch is with when the Super Posse that is chasing them passes through town, and then comes back. Percy Garris is the mine owner in Bolivia who gets killed on the way back to the mine with the payroll. Agnes is played by Cloris Leachman ("Phyllis" from "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"). Percy Garris is played by Strother Martin (the Warden from "Cool Hand Luke" ["What we've got here is failure to communicate."])

Common French last names? by anna w Q: What are common French last names ? I picked Agnès as my first name, any other ideas on french names? is it common to have a middle name in france? Thanks

A: Agnès was trendy in the 60's, now it's quite out of date... See there the popularity: http://www.tous-les-prenoms.com/prenoms/filles/agnes.html Most french people have several given names (2 ou 3 in general) but use only the first, unless it is a compound one (like Marie-Louise or Jean-Claude) which is considered as only one given name. "Middle" names are private and only used for official papers. Middle initials are not used at all. As for the last names, MARTIN is by far the most common, but so are other given names (BERNARD, ROBERT, THOMAS, RICHARD, SIMON...) and for the "typically french" last names, try PETIT, DUBOIS, DURAND, LEFEBVRE, MOREAU, LEROY, FONTAINE.

I SERIOUSLY NEED TO KNOW THE NAME OF THIS MOVIE? by onehotlamma Q: Ok the other week I was just channel surfing and I saw this movie on AMC. It was like WAY WAY WAY back when they wore that funny clothes. not like knight in shining armor, but just after that kinda period. And the part I saw was where this guy threw a contaminated piece of meat in the other groups well and when they drank the water they all started dying...so, what movie was that. Does anyone know?

A: Flesh + Blood (1985) aka Flesh & Blood aka The Rose & the Sword starring Rutger Hauer, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tom Burlinson, Susan Tyrrell, Jack Thompson, Ronald Lacey, Brion James, John Dennis Johnston, Bruno Kirby IMDb synopsis: In 1501, in the Western Europe, in a period when the black plague is jeopardizing the populations, an army of mercenary peasants leaded by Martin fights side-by-side with the noble Arnolfini to retrieve his castle, with the promise of a huge reward. However, the band is betrayed by Arnolfini, and decides to pay him back, assaulting and stealing a caravan under the command of Arnolfini and his son and student, Steven. In one of the wagon is traveling the fiancée of Steven, Agnes, who is accidentally kidnapped and later raped by the group. Agnes becomes Martin's mate, and the mercenaries decide to invade a castle, without knowing that the army of Arnolfini is chasing them. TRIVIA: Rutger Hauer and Jennifer Jason Leigh also co-starred in "The Hitcher". Hauer and Brion James co-starred as renegade Replicants in "Blade Runner". Here's the movie trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VOy1JZBH5c I watched this film many times when it first aired on the movie channels way back when. Of course, I taped it. I remember the extreme grossout of catapulting the carcass of the rabid dog into the well. *ick*yech*

Please help me find name of Movie? by Lecol Q: Plz help me find name of movie that i didnt remember but some parts of the story i remember. Movie was about old days and in the movie many people die of plague Michael J Fox was the star ring and his girl friend was kidnapped and rapped by kidnapers she wisely live with them to save her life in the end Michael J Fox comes to Rescue her. Michael J Fox also argue doctors to use muslim's way to treating plague but they refused by terming that as unchristian.

A: It sounds a lot like this movie: Flesh+Blood (1985) starring Jennifer Jason Leigh, Rutger Hauer, Tom Burlinson (not Michael J. Fox), Jack Thompson, Susan Tyrrell, Ronald Lacey, Brion James, John Dennis Johnston IMDb synopsis: In 1501, in the Western Europe, in a period when the black plague is jeopardizing the populations, an army of mercenary peasants leaded by Martin fights side-by-side with the noble Arnolfini to retrieve his castle, with the promise of a huge reward. However, the band is betrayed by Arnolfini, and decides to pay him back, assaulting and stealing a caravan under the command of Arnolfini and his son and student, Steven. In one of the wagon is traveling the fiancée of Steven, Agnes, who is accidentally kidnapped and later raped by the group. Agnes becomes Martin's mate, and the mercenaries decide to invade a castle, without knowing that the army of Arnolfini is chasing them. Here's the movie trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VOy1JZBH5c

Whick movie is this? (i wrote some details, please look)? by Susana Q: Ok, so I watched this movie yeeears ago, but I can't remember the name of it. I can't remember much of it at all, as a matter of fact. I remember it happened around the 1500's (or some years like that, where they would wear that kind of cloth). I remember this woman/girl was kidnapped by the "evil"guys. I remember the chief of the bad guys rapped the woman, but in a different way: the other man hold her on a horizontal position and would move her back and forward, while the chief just stood there. The woman seemed to like it and I remember one of the guys said he didn't know who was raping whom. Have you guys any idea of which movie I'm talking about? Thanksss

A: Flesh+Blood (1985) aka Flesh & Blood starring Rutger Hauer, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tom Burlinson, Jack Thompson, Susan Tyrrell, Ronald Lacey, Brion James, John Dennis Johnston, Bruno Kirby IMDb synopsis: In 1501 in Western Europe, in a period when the Black Death is jeopardizing the population, an army of mercenary peasants leaded by Martin fights side-by-side with the noble Arnolfini to retrieve his castle, with the promise of a huge reward. However, the band is betrayed by Arnolfini and decides to pay him back, assaulting and stealing a caravan under the command of Arnolfini and his son~student Steven. In one of the wagon is traveling Steven's fiancee, Agnes, who is accidentally kidnapped and later raped by the group. Agnes becomes Martin's mate, and the mercenaries decide to invade a castle, without knowing that the army of Arnolfini is chasing them. Here's the movie trailer and some clips: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VOy1JZBH5c http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIvUBcs6a5M&feature=related EDIT: I see that Erique R votes for this movie, too. It is quite brutal and likely true to the time period. The rabid dog part always makes me shudder! What vile vengeance!

What's a good movie about someone being held captive in Medieval Times? by Penelepe Q: NO> Horror, police, or prison movies! Thank You!

A: Flesh+Blood (1985) starring Rutger Hauer, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tom Burlinson, Jack Thompson, Susan Tyrrell, Brion James IMDb synopsis: In 1501, in the Western Europe, in a period when the black plague is jeopardizing the populations, an army of mercenary peasants leaded by Martin fights side-by-side with the noble Arnolfini to retrieve his castle, with the promise of a huge reward. However, the band is betrayed by Arnolfini, and decides to pay him back, assaulting and stealing a caravan under the command of Arnolfini and his son and student, Steven. In one of the wagon is traveling the fiancée of Steven, Agnes, who is accidentally kidnapped and later raped by the group. Agnes becomes Martin's mate, and the mercenaries decide to invade a castle, without knowing that the army of Arnolfini is chasing them. Here's the movie trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VOy1JZBH5c TRIVIA: This film reunites Hauer and James, who co-star as Replicants in "Blade Runner". Others include: The Lion in Winter (1968) ~ The queen is allowed out of her imprisonment for Christmas celebration. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0063227/ First Knight http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0113071/ The Crusades (1935) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0026249/

trying to find tv B/C-film from the 80s? by Gobo Q: I saw this film on late night tv in the late 80s/early 90s (so it's probably a made for tv movie), and am trying to find the name of it. it was set in the middle ages, during the plague. Basically a prince's fiancee gets captured in a castle during a revolt by a small group of peasant/fighters, and the prince and his army try to retake the castle. all of his army dies off because of the plague, and he ends up catapulting the plague bodies into the castle. the fiancee sleeps with the leader of the rebels, and says she loves him, yet when she's with the prince she says she loves the prince. the prince ends up getting captured, and then tosses a plague body into the water well. the fiancee sees this and then saves the rebel leader's life by not letting him drink the water while the rest of the rebels drink the water. eventually the king comes with his army and retake the castle from the plagued rebels freeing his son and his fiancee. at the end you see the rebel leader climbing out of a tower window escaping. it wasn't a good movie, but it came up during a discussion of early bio-warfare, and I'm trying to find it again. Thanks.

A: Flesh+Blood (1985) starring Rutger Hauer, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tom Burlinson IMdb synopsis: In 1501 in Western Europe, in a period when the black plague is jeopardizing the population, an army of mercenary peasants led by Martin fight side-by-side with the noble Arnolfini to retrieve his castle, with the promise of a huge reward. However, the band is betrayed by Arnolfini and decides to pay him back, assaulting and stealing a caravan under the command of Arnolfini and his son and student, Steven. In one of the wagons is traveling Steven's fiancée, Agnes, who is accidentally kidnapped and later raped by the group. Agnes becomes Martin's mate, and the mercenaries decide to invade a castle without knowing that the army of Arnolfini is chasing them. EDIT: From IMDb review: "Flesh+Blood" is full of deliberate unpleasantness. Rotting corpses hang from trees; a stillborn baby is crudely stuffed into a barrel and buried in a puddle; gang rape reigns supreme; heads and torsos are impaled on lances; nuns are disfigured and murdered; a plague-ridden dog is dismembered and its body parts used for a primitive form of germ warfare.

What are some books similar to...? by ✿roseee. Q: Pride & Prejudice, Martin Eden, Of Mice and Men, and/or Silas Marner? Any other books you recommend?

A: I'd recommend reading the rest of Jane Austen's novels: Persuasion, Sense and Sensibility, Emma, Mansfield Park and Northanger Abbey. I'd also recommend Wives and Daughters by Elizabeth Gaskell or some of her other books like North and South. I'd also recommend reading some of George Eliot's other novels like Middlemarch or The Mill on the Floss. You may also appreciate Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte (or her other novels: Shirley, Villette, The Professor), Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte or The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte (or Agnes Grey). Fanny Burney was an author popular in Jane Austen's day. Her books were rather enjoyable to read: Camilla, Cecilia and Evelina. You might also enjoy The House of Mirth (or other stories of hers) by Edith Wharton. Another good one is Washington Square by Henry James. You might also enjoy The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck since you liked Of Mice and Men (though it's different). Since you enjoyed Jack London's Martin Eden, you may want to read some others of his stories like The Sea-Wolf or The Call of the Wild or others. I really enjoyed Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray. You may, too. You might enjoy some of Charles Dickens' works such as Oliver Twist, The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club (this one is very long, but a lot of fun IMHO), Our Mutual Friend or, perhaps, The Life and Adventures of Nicholas NIckleby. I would also recommend Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier (or others of her works) or Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell. You might also enjoy some of Ernest Hemingway's, F. Scott Fitzgerald's or Viriginia Woolf's works, too. They are very different, but if you haven't already read the Anne of Green Gables series by Lucy Maud Montgomery, the Little Women trilogy by Louisa May Alcott or some of Frances Hodgson Burnett's books like The Secret Garden, I would highly recommend them. I hope this helps a bit. Happy reading!

YOUR FAVORITE TENNIS PLAYER? by PrinceofPopcorn Q: Mine for the male side is Juan Martin Del Potro (im argentinean) Female Venus Williams and Maria Sharapova.

A: Men: Novak Djokovic -I love his playing style, especially when he was in peak form in 2007 and early 2008. There are few who are as offensively agressive on the baseline as he is when he's playing well (which has not been much this year sadly). Maybe only Tsonga can match him in that department. Also quite funny and has a lot more personality than the others at the top of the game. Andy Roddick -The first tennis player I started watching and grew to like. Great personality, really funny and witty, and a very hard-worker. Unfortunately he doesn't have the complete game the other elite player do but that doesn't stop him from competing so hard every match. Marat Safin -This guy is unlike anyone else in the tennis world, and I doubt there will be anyone else like him. Supremely talented but underachieving (who doesn't say that), injuries and inconsistency over the years have made him a shell of his former exciting self. Also possessed one of the best two-handed backhands ever. Gael Monfils -Amazing to watch, and also very talented, but sometimes too crazy in terms of on-court strategy for his own good. Really is one of the few players it's worth paying to see. Hopefully injuries don't continue to bring him down. Richard Gasquet -Amazing shot-maker and flair in his game, but always seemed to be lacking that grittiness that the best have to tough it out. Thankfully he's back, but it may take him awhile to get back to where he was. Women: Caroline Wozniacki -One of the nicest girls on the tour these days, contrasting with the complete headcases who are playing out there these days. If she could add some more firepower to her game, she can be top 5 easily. Kim Clijsters -Was my only favorite female player for the longest time for her amazing athleticism and bubbly personality. I don't know why she always came up short at the highest levels, but fortunately she finally won a slam. It would be amazing if she could get back to where she was, and it looks like that is actually quite likely. Elena Dementieva -Now she has the title that Clijsters had for a long time, and that is the best player without a slam. This US Open is her best chance, and it would be really nice if she got it because she deserves it. Has among the best groundstrokes in the game but that serve always held her back. Flavia Pennetta -Solid player who has great movement and a grueling style of play. Nice to see she's blossomed at a relatively late stage in her career, but unfortunately, I don't see her competing for slam titles any time soon. Agnes Szavay -What ever happened to this girl; she seemed poised to break into the top 10, never did, and fell back a bit. Had some great ability but is too inconsistent these days.

My great grandmother's name was Willie Lucretia Agnes Moore. Does anyone her her parents' names? by Laura C Q: This is her maiden name. She was married to Martin A. Coberly. She died in 1991. She had three boys, one of them being my grandfather.

A: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=a5-oneped&id=I87967 check in with this guy...

Does anyone have information on my great grandmother, Willie Lucretia Agnes Moore? by Laura C Q: She was married to my great grandfather, Martin Coberly. She had 3 kids. One of them is my grandfather. I am trying to get my family tree together, so if anyone can help....thank you! I am 27 years old living in MD and I am currently working on my family tree. She was married to my great grandfather, Martin A. Coberly. They has 3 kids. One of them being my grandfather. I am basically looking for other Coberly's and her parent's names.

A: 1930: Strike Axe, Osage, Oklahoma; Roll: 1923; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 41; Image: 440.0. Adolphus M Coberley, 23, head, Oklahoma, Ill, Ind, carpenter Miller A Coberley, 20, wife, Ark, Ark, Ind. Troy A Coberley, 1 4/12, son, Ok, Ok, Ark Bobie Archiquatte, 3 10/12, step-son, Ida E Moore, 56, M-in-L, Ind, Oh, Ind Willie looks like "Willie" to me in the images, but she's indexed as "Miller". SSDI, Adolphus Coberly 1 Jan 1907 - Nov 1986 LR McAlester, Pittsburg, Oklahoma Willie L. Coberly 13 Dec 1909 - 3 Mar 1991 McAlester, Pittsburg, Oklahoma Two people have him on http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi Here's some free advice: Unless you put it in your question, we can't tell what country you are in. It is the most frustrating thing Yahoo does. It doesn't matter if you go into domestic (USA) Yahoo, Yahoo UK, Yahoo Australia, Yahoo India, etc., all of the questions in English go into one big "pot". Consider this: IF (big IF) you are now 16 and the result of a long line of teen-aged lovers: You were born 16 years ago, in 1992; Your father was born 16 years before that, in 1976; Your grandfather was born 16 years before that, in 1960; Your great grandfather was born 16 years before that, in 1944. IF (Another big IF) you are now 80 and the result of a long line of men who had a child by their second wives when they were 60: You were born 80 years ago, in 1928; Your father was born 60 years before that, in 1868; Your grandfather was born 60 years before that, in 1808; Your great grandfather was born 60 years before that, in 1748. The Great-Grandfather born in 1944 could have been a 26-year old soldier in Viet Nam in 1970. When he got home he might have gone to a disco in a powder-blue double-knit polyester leisure suit. The Great-Grandfather born in 1748 could have been a 28-year old soldier serving under George Washington in the American Revolution in 1776. When he got home, he might have danced a reel at a barn dance, in a pair of silk knee breeches and shoes with silver buckles. Both examples are extreme, both are physically possible, both show why a birth year or even a birth decade help more than the phrase "my (great) grandfather".

What's the name of this movie? by McLovin Q: The movie where a wife kills her husband and he drops a toy truck he had bought for their son, and she gets sentenced to 75 years in jail or something, and then the kid gets told of what happened when she is really old in jail?

A: Agnes Skinner Agnes Skinner is the mother of Seymour Skinner and first appeared in the first season episode "The Crepes of Wrath" as an old woman who embarrassingly calls her son "Spanky". However, as episodes progressed, the character turned bitter.[2] She is very harshly controlling of Seymour, and treats him like a mother would a small child, once grounding him because he did not say who was at the door after answering it, when it was "The Sugarman". She loathes Edna Krabappel.[3] Agnes has married a total of four times, once with Skinner's father, Sheldon Skinner, and following Sheldon's death she then married three more times, each time, to a tow truck driver.[4] Several Springfield residents (including the Simpsons) are afraid of her.[5] In "Worst Episode Ever" she has a brief romantic relation with the Comic Book Guy and even sleeps with him, despite his size and her age. When Agnes' real son, "the real Seymour Skinner" (Martin Sheen) arrives in Springfield, Agnes turns him away, unhappy with her new living situation, largely because the true Seymour Skinner is a man who can stand up to Agnes and make his own decisions. Although she appears to not care for the fake Skinner, it turns out she really loves him, although she denies it in "Large Marge".[5] In the 1920s, Agnes worked as a wing walker. Agnes's first name was revealed in the seventh season episode "Bart the Fink".[6] Before that, the character was known as "Mrs. Skinner".[6] In the beginning of the series, the writers made several references to Agnes and Seymour's relationship being similar to that of Norman Bates and his mother's in the film Psycho.[7] Tress MacNeille voices Agnes.[8]

is abstract and surrealistic art pretty much the samae thing? by peace&love Q:

A: they are not the same thing.... as a couple of people have already pointed out. however, there are a couple of ways in which they are realated. i'll tell you those and list some artists for you to look at. surrealism, at least, the "movement", started during and after the first world war. a related movement is called "dadaism" or just "dada". this involved a lot of collage, some of it political, see hannah hoche for examples of this. surrealism got it's fuel from new explorations in psychology... which was getting big at the time through freud and jung. surrealist artists emplyed a technique called "automatism" (there is a wikipedia article on this)... which was supposed to be like a stream of consciousness exercise. they would draw shapes and then make objects out of the shapes. (dali did this as an exercise) other artists, like dechirico, used imagery from dreams. juan miro is sometimes considered a surrealist because of his use of automatism, but his paintings are also abstract. definition of abstract art taken from wikipedia: "Abstract art is now generally understood to mean art that does not depict objects in the natural world, but instead uses color and form in a non-representational way. In the very early 20th century, the term was more often used to describe art, such as Cubist and Futurist art, that depicts real forms in a simplified or rather reduced way—keeping only an allusion of the original natural subject. " So, as you see, the term abstract has many uses... some of which apply to surrealist art. However, abstraction applies to MANY art movements... minimalism, abstract expressionism, etc. And to many more artists .... piet mondrian, kasimir malevich, jackson pollock, agnes martin, mark rothko, barnett newman, etc. i hope this makes sense...take a look at works by the artists listed.

I need a good last name for my main character?! Help!? by Mylife.Myway Q: First name: Ashe I have thought of these but have no idea: Ashe Westling Ashe John Villes Ashe Amanda Gade Ashe Francis And also her father is French so if that might help.. Esh-a (as in A, B, C) Esh-eh

A: Ashe Martin Ashe Agnes Ashe Fontaine Ashe Léglise Ashe Blanc

Can anyone tell me the title of this movie? by Hist-Nerd1 Q: It is set in the Medievel Era. The plot begins with a group of soldiers assulting a castle for their lord. I remember in the very beginning the lord offers a gold coin to roll a barrell of gunpowder to the wall and explodes. The group of soldiers are betrayed by their lord who turns cannons on them. The group finds a forgotten saint's statue in the mud. They take to traveling and are able to capture a young noble woman who they rape. They besiege a castle on their own. For the rest of the film they party until. The young noblewoman's beloved comes to rescue her. He throws meat infested with the plague down the well. The soldiers become infected. I know one thing for sure is the main character's name was Martin. I'm pretty sure at this time the actor was starting out and becomes well known the same goes for the young noble woman. Tried searching all over for this with no luck. MUCH appreciation and 10 points to anyone who can tell me the title of this film!

A: Flesh & Blood (1985) Rutger Hauer plays Martin...and Jennifer Jason Leigh plays Agnes. In 1501, in the Western Europe, in a period when the black plague is jeopardizing the populations, an army of mercenary peasants leaded by Martin fights side-by-side with the noble Arnolfini to retrieve his castle, with the promise of a huge reward. However, the band is betrayed by Arnolfini, and decides to pay him back, assaulting and stealing a caravan under the command of Arnolfini and his son and student, Steven. In one of the wagon is traveling the fiancée of Steven, Agnes, who is accidentally kidnapped and later raped by the group. Agnes becomes Martin's mate, and the mercenaries decide to invade a castle, without knowing that the army of Arnolfini is chasing them.

Is there a famous blank painting? by Shane Q:

A: Kasmir Malevich and Aleksander Rodchenko painted the first famous blank canvases (MONOCHROME) All black and all white paintings Black Square 1915 http://radicalart.info/nothing/monochrome/MalevichRodchenko/malevitch/BlackSquare1913-23-s.jpg White on White 1917 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Marevich,_Suprematist_Composition-_White_on_White_1917.jpg http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&safe=off&client=safari&rls=en&q=rodchenko%20monochrome%20paintings&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi http://www.moma.org/collection/theme.php?theme_id=10124 There are many well-known minimalist painters doing similar works: Ellsworth Kelly: http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://vs102784.blueboxgrid.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/2136-Thumb.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.aboutdrawing.org/drawntapedburned/%3Fp%3D946&usg=__DP8PxULZaV2ILKCbi-hwvjYhRwg=&h=684&w=804&sz=275&hl=en&start=56&zoom=1&um=1&itbs=1&tbnid=IJlZPxI43f-3YM:&tbnh=122&tbnw=143&prev=/search%3Fq%3DEllsworth%2BKelly%2Bmonochromes%26start%3D42%26um%3D1%26hl%3Den%26safe%3Doff%26client%3Dsafari%26sa%3DN%26rls%3Den%26ndsp%3D21%26tbm%3Disch&ei=f-LbTa3VDueV0QHX4KXKDw Agnes Martin: http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_cvbIIYUx6pE/THgwcRTQ5jI/AAAAAAAAAYM/lvkZVfjM8Y8/s1600/with_my_back.jpg Ad Reinhardt: http://d30opm7hsgivgh.cloudfront.net/upload/17831513_XQX4g00h_b.jpg Yves Kline: http://c4gallery.com/artist/database/yves-klein/monochrome-painting-ikb190-yves-klein-1959.jpg Exhibition of the work of Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda: http://www.ryojiikeda.com/project/VL/

a sentence about minimal? by hisham n Q:

A: Minimalism describes movements in various forms of art and design, especially visual art and music, where the work is set out to expose the essence, essentials or identity of a subject through eliminating all non-essential forms, features or concepts. As a specific movement in the arts it is identified with developments in post–World War II Western Art, most strongly with American visual arts in the 1960s and early 1970s. Prominent artists associated with this movement include Donald Judd, John McCracken, Agnes Martin, Dan Flavin, Robert Morris, Anne Truitt, and Frank Stella. It is rooted in the reductive aspects of Modernism, and is often interpreted as a reaction against Abstract expressionism and a bridge to Postminimal art practices. The terms have expanded to encompass a movement in music which features repetition and iteration, as in the compositions of La Monte Young, Terry Riley, Steve Reich, Philip Glass, and John Adams. Minimalist compositions are sometimes known as systems music.The term "minimalist" is often applied colloquially to designate anything which is spare or stripped to its essentials. It has also been used to describe the plays and novels of Samuel Beckett, the films of Robert Bresson, the stories of Raymond Carver, and even the automobile designs of Colin Chapman. The word was first used in English in the early 20th century to describe the Mensheviks

What are the differences between Minimalism and Post-Minimalism? by TheBloodOfAPirate Q:

A: Minimalism describes movements in various forms of art and design, especially visual art and music, where the work is stripped down to its most fundamental features. As a specific movement in the arts it is identified with developments in post-World War II Western Art, most strongly with American visual arts in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Prominent artists associated with this movement include Donald Judd, Agnes Martin, Robert Morris, and Frank Stella. It is rooted in the reductive aspects of Modernism, and is often interpreted as a reaction against Abstract expressionism and a bridge to Postmodern art practices. Postminimalism is a term used in various artistic fields for work which is influenced by, or attempts to develop and go beyond, the aesthetic of minimalism. The expression is used specifically in relation to music and the visual arts, but can refer to any field using minimalism as a critical reference point.In visual art, postminimalism refers specifically to the work of those artists who use minimalism either as an aesthetic or conceptual reference point. The term refers less to a particular movement than an artistic tendency. Postminimalist artworks are usually everyday objects, use simple materials, and sometimes take on a "pure", formalist aesthetic. However, since postminimalism includes such a diverse and disparate group of artists, it is impossible to enumerate all the continuities and similarities between them.

what is absract expressionism? by Kim W Q: what is abstract expressionism??

A: Abstract expressionism was an American post–World War II art movement. It was the first specifically American movement to achieve worldwide influence and also the one that put New York City at the center of the art world, a role formerly filled by Paris. Although the term "abstract expressionism" was first applied to American art in 1946 by the art critic Robert Coates, it had been first used in Germany in 1919 in the magazine Der Sturm, regarding German Expressionism. In the USA, Alfred Barr was the first to use this term in 1929 in relation to works by Wassily Kandinsky.[1] Style An abstract expressionist painting by Jane Frank (1918-1986): "Crags and Crevices", 1961Technically, an important predecessor is surrealism, with its emphasis on spontaneous, automatic or subconscious creation. Jackson Pollock's dripping paint onto a canvas laid on the floor is a technique that has its roots in the work of Max Ernst. Another important early manifestation of what came to be abstract expressionism is the work of American Northwest artist Mark Tobey, especially his "white writing" canvases, which, though generally not large in scale, anticipate the "all over" look of Pollock's drip paintings. The movement's name is derived from the combination of the emotional intensity and self-denial of the German Expressionists with the anti-figurative aesthetic of the European abstract schools such as Futurism, the Bauhaus and Synthetic Cubism. Additionally, it has an image of being rebellious, anarchic, highly idiosyncratic and, some feel, rather nihilistic.[2] In practice, the term is applied to any number of artists working (mostly) in New York who had quite different styles, and even applied to work which is not especially abstract nor expressionist. Pollock's energetic "action paintings", with their "busy" feel, are different both technically and aesthetically, to the violent and grotesque Women series of Willem de Kooning (which are figurative paintings) and to the rectangles of color in Mark Rothko's, Color Field paintings (which is not what would usually be called expressionist and which Rothko denied was abstract), yet all three are classified as abstract expressionists. Abstract expressionism has many stylistic similarities to the Russian artists of the early twentieth century such as Wassily Kandinsky. Although it is true that spontaneity or the impression of spontaneity characterized many of the abstract expressionists works, most of these paintings involved careful planning, especially since their large size demanded it. With artists like Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky, Emma Kunz, and later on Rothko, Barnett Newman and Agnes Martin, abstract art clearly implied expression of ideas concerning the spiritual, the unconscious and the mind.[3] Why this style gained mainstream acceptance in the 1950s is a matter of debate. American social realism had been the mainstream in the 1930s. It had been influenced not only by the Great Depression but also by the Social Realists of Mexico such as David Alfaro Siqueiros and Diego Rivera. The political climate after World War II did not long tolerate the social protests of these painters. Abstract expressionism arose during World War II and began to be showcased during the early forties at galleries in New York like The Art of This Century Gallery. The McCarthy era after World War II was a time of extreme artistic censorship in the United States. Since the subject matter was often totally abstract it became a safe strategy for artists to pursue this style. Abstract art could be seen as apolitical. Or if the art was political, the message was largely for the insiders.[citation needed] Although the abstract expressionist school spread quickly throughout the United States, the major centers of this style were New York City and California, especially the San Francisco Bay area. [edit] Art critics of the post-World War II era Franz Kline, Painting Number 2, 1954In the 1940s there were not only few galleries (The Art of This Century) but also few critics who were willing to follow the work of the New York Vanguard. There were also a few artists with a literary background, among them Robert Motherwell and Barnett Newman who functioned as critics as well.

Art homework avant garde? by Mia Q: Hello i need to find a photographer and a painter that i really like and aspire to their work, hence i am new to art i would like to know some artists that are very messy looking paintings good use of colour and texture and a photographer that takes photos of people and avant garde style i love please help thanks

A: Pierre Alechinsky (Belgian artist, member of the CoBrA movement) Hans Bellmer (German Artist) Joseph Beuys (German Artist)[2] Constantin Brâncuşi (sculptor)[3] Georges Braque (painter)[4] David Burliuk (painter, illustrator) Wladimir Burliuk (illustrator, Jack of Diamonds) Giorgio de Chirico (painter)[5] Joseph Csaky (Hungarian-French sculptor) Salvador Dali (Spanish painter) Jean Dubuffet (French painter) [6] Marcel Duchamp (French artist)[7] Naum Gabo (sculptor)[8] Paul Gauguin(P GO)[9] Alberto Giacometti (sculptor)[10] Albert Gleizes (French painter and theorist) Julio González (sculptor)[11] Arshile Gorky (painter) George Grosz (painter) Asger Jorn (Danish artist, member of the CoBrA movement) Wassily Kandinsky (Russian artist)[12] Allan Kaprow (painter/happenings)[13] Roger Kemp (Pioneer Australian abstractionist) Frederick John Kiesler (designer), (sculptor), (visual artist) Willem de Kooning (painter)[14] Fernand Léger (painter) El Lissitzky (Russian artist)[15] Kazimir Malevich (Russian artist)[16] Agnes Martin (painter) [17] Henri Matisse (painter)[18] Jean Metzinger (French painter and theorist) Joan Miró (painter and sculptor) Piet Mondrian (Dutch artist)[19] Henry Moore (sculptor)[20] Barnett Newman (painter)[21] Georgia O'Keeffe (American artist)[22] Claes Oldenburg (sculptor)[23] Yoko Ono (Japanese-American sculptor/installation artist/musician) Francis Picabia (painter) Pablo Picasso (painter and sculptor) Antoine Pevsner (sculptor) Jackson Pollock (painter)[24] Robert Rauschenberg (painter)[25] Man Ray (painter and visual artist) Ad Reinhardt (painter)[26] Jean-Paul Riopelle (Canadian artist) Alexander Rodchenko (Russian artist) Olga Rozanova (Russian artist) David Smith (sculptor) Kenneth Snelson (sculptor) Frank Stella (painter)[27] Vladimir Tatlin (Russian artist) Sergei Tretyakov (Russian artist) Wolf Vostell (German Artist)[28] Andy Warhol (American painter and director)[29] Lee Wells (conceptual artist) Wols (German painter and photographer

Could you tell me the names of 3 famous minimalist composers? by вιllιє נєαη♚ Q: I need to research about 3 and write a page on each for this homework project. I would like 3 names of people who would be the easiest to research about - its due in tomorrow! Thankyou x

A: Here are the three artists I’d do: Jules Olitski beautiful color field paintings http://images.google.com/images?client=safari&rls=en&q=jules+olitski&oe=UTF-8&um=1&ie=UTF-8&ei=7LllS-XjGoSqNp7jnIAH&sa=X&oi=image_result_group&ct=title&resnum=1&ved=0CBsQsAQwAA http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jules_Olitski Lots written about Frank Stella called “the most influential artist of the 70’s” http://images.google.com/images?client=safari&rls=en&q=frank+stella&oe=UTF-8&um=1&ie=UTF-8&ei=3rplS4SLF4O-NrjwzM4L&sa=X&oi=image_result_group&ct=title&resnum=1&ved=0CBgQsAQwAA http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Stella Donald Judd incase you’d like to include minimalist sculpture http://images.google.com/images?client=safari&rls=en&q=donald+judd+images&oe=UTF-8&um=1&ie=UTF-8&ei=qbtlS_mkGYTQM5LFuOwG&sa=X&oi=image_result_group&ct=title&resnum=1&ved=0CBgQsAQwAA http://www.bookrags.com/biography/donald-judd/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald_Judd Lots more to pick from: Carl Andre (Born 1935) American Sculptor Dan Flavin (1933-1996) American Installation Artist, Fluorescent light Sculpture Donald Judd (1928-1994) American Sculptor Sol LeWitt (Born 1928) American Installation Artist John McCracken (Born 1934) American Sculptor Robert Morris (Born 1931) American Sculptor Richard Serra (Born 1939) American Sculptor Frank Stella (Born 1936) American Painter/Sculptor Among the other artists whose work might be regarded as minimalist are: Richard Allen (abstract artist) (1933-1999) English painter Peter Halley (Born 1953) American Painter, known for Neo-Geo Ellsworth Kelly (Born 1923) American Painter/Sculptor Kasimir Malevich (1878-1935) Russian Painter Pioneer of Abstract Art Agnes Martin (Born 1912) Canadian/American Painter Giorgio Morandi (1890-1964) Italian Still-life Painter, proto-Minimalist Barnett Newman (1905-1970) American Painter, Abstract Expressionist Jules Olitski (March 27, 1922 – February 4, 2007) color field painter Ad Reinhardt (1913-1967) American Painter, Abstract Expressionist Robert Smithson (1938-1973) American Installation Artist In music artists whose work might be regarded as minimalist composers include: Roberto Carnevale Morton Feldman John Adams Jon Gibson Philip Glass Tom Johnson Alvin Lucier Steve Reich Terry Riley La Monte Young http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_minimalist_artists

What are some famous women artists that are still alive? by MMS Q: We are moving into a new house, and we are looking for nice art to put in it. I was just wondering about womens art!:D

A: Paula Rego is represented by the Saatchi Galleries. She does oils and there is a series of tableaus of men in suits being manipulated by women and girls in uniforms which become harrowing as you come to understand they were painted during the period when her husband was declining in health and becoming an invalid (she's a widow). Helen Frankenthaler is an important Abstract Expressionist painter who is still alive. Agnes Martin, a hard-edged abstractionistl, died in 2004 but is worth checking out. Barbara Kruger takes the old fashioned paste-up and turns it into stunning feminist critiques of society. She is definitely one of the most important living artists today. Jenny Holzer usually works with letterforms -- period. She makes signs billboards and so forth: her work has the same sort of social sensibility as Kruger's but visually it is quite different. Then of course there is Kara Walker, who uses silhouettes and traditional, often stereotyped imagery to confront the legacy of slavery and the history of race relations in this country (the US). Those are strong women who I like -- in Holzer's case personally though she may have forgotten me.

Can anyone please suggest some night symbols? by ♥Abella♥ Q: Hi! I'm trying to think of nighttime symbols, can anyone help me out and suggest some others? So far, I have: Stars Moon Sheep (like, counting sheep?) A candle An owl A bed/pillow, etc. Please help me out. Thanks in advance! xx

A: I looked in Carl G Liungman's"Dictionary of Symbols", and found the alchemists' time symbol used for night is 2 half circles side-by-side. (it looks like a capital 'B' facedown) That does not seem to answer the spirit of your question, though it is a bit interesting. I looked up Greek gods and goddesses and found out that Morpheus is the god of dreams, Nyx is the goddess of night, and Selene is the goddess of the moon. The Roman panthyon has Diana as the goddess of the moon (among other things), Luna is also a goddess of the moon, Nox is the goddess of night, and Somnus is the god of sleep. I thought about Winken, Blinken, and Nod, "Goodnigt, Moon", lullabyes and paintings about night. The Night Cafe by Van Gogh, Night Ceremony by Jackson Pollack, Night Sea by Agnes Martin, Night Square by de Kooning, Nocturne in Black and Gold: The Falling Rocket by Whistler, Edward Hopper's painting of a New York cafe at 3 am (I can not find the the title, sorry) and John Henry Fuseli's The Nightmare. I was just brainstorming and it is an eclectic list, but I hope something is helpful. I found your question interesting, and enjoyed putting together this strange list. Good luck and have fun.

Can you help me remember.....? by emgould2005 Q: Can anyone help me remember the name of an artist?? The artist is a woman, she was portraitist during the 60's. Her style is impressionism and she created a series of paintings of her son and as I remember, one of her daughter-in-law. But I can't remember her name for the life of me!!! I'm doing an Art project on her, so It would help if i could remember her name.

A: maybe you will find her name in this list of female artists in the 20th century (1900-2000) Artists from this period include, Lee Bontecou, Louise Bourgeois, Leonora Carrington, Mary Cassatt, Elizabeth Catlett, Camille Claudel, Sonia Delaunay, Dulah Marie Evans, Helen Frankenthaler, Elisabeth Frink, Françoise Gilot, Natalia Goncharova, Grace Hartigan, Barbara Hepworth, Eva Hesse, Malvina Hoffman, Gwen John, Käthe Kollwitz, Lee Krasner, Frida Kahlo, Laura Knight, Barbara Kruger, Marie Laurencin, Tamara de Lempicka, Dora Maar, Maruja Mallo, Agnes Martin, Ana Mendieta, Joan Mitchell, Alice Neel, Louise Nevelson, Georgia O'Keeffe, Bridget Riley, Verónica Ruiz de Velasco, Anne Ryan, Charlotte Salomon, Augusta Savage, Zinaida Serebriakova, Sr. Maria Stanisia, Suzanne Valadon and Nellie Walker

is it true that keith martin live in surabaya,indonesia now? O.o? by Totally Q: i saw it from wikipedia :/

A: I'm not sure what exactly city in the world where he live now. But if Wikipedia said that, I'm no surprise because lately he often appear in local (Indonesia) tv show. He get more Indonesian attention especially when duet with Agnes Monica (young and famous Indonesia singer). And he produce music for new comer local singer too. No offense, I'm just wondering if he doesn't famous anymore in America? Is it? so he move to Indonesia, a country that have a big market for music things and so he can easily sell the attribute "international musician". He make a good music though.

can someone tell me more about artist Stanley Landsman and his works? by Kevin7 Q:

A: Stanley Landsman, (American, 1930-1984), a sculptor, worked primarily in light and glass, lived in Manhattan and had his works displayed in collections in the United States, Canada and Europe. He died at the age of 54 of heart disease. 1967 was the year when the Milwaukee Art Museum began collecting and exhibiting new media art. One of the centerpieces of the show is Stanley Landsman's "Walk-in Infinity Chamber" (1968), which visitors can enter (two at a time) and feel like they've been transported to a space that is infinite and boundless. Made out of glass, mirrors and 6,000 light bulbs, the chamber took more than a year to reconstruct (it had been in storage for nearly 15 years), according to Joe Ketner, chief curator at the Milwaukee Art Museum. The end result is an experience that visitors line up outside the chamber to share. "It is almost a feeling of weightlessness," said Ketner. "People tend to get lost in there." http://www.journaltimes.com/lifestyles/article_1ef0fb6a-b3d5-52ea-acbd-07a9d50b0f45.html Stanley Landsman created this installation for the landmark The Magic Theatre exhibition at Kansas City's Nelson-Atkins Gallery in 1968. From the exterior, the piece is rather plain. Upon entering, visitors discover a room lined with mirrors and lights that transport them into an illusionistic place of unending space. Landsman described the twelve-foot cubed sculpture: "It's a room you walk into, and it's like being with God. There's no space in there, yet there's the sensation of infinite space." Infinity rooms were very popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s when a number of artists, seeking a transcendental effect, produced such environments. Landsman's room consists of more than six thousand lights that reflect off a complicated series of mirrors, creating the impression of infinite space. During the 1970s, the Walk-In Infinity Chamber was one of the most popular pieces in the Milwaukee Art Museum. http://collection.mam.org/details.php?id=14284 Here is a photo of the artist Stanley Landsman standing in his Walk-In Infinity Chamber, 1968. http://mfptkd.wordpress.com/tag/infinity-chamber/ Interview where he tells about himself: STANLEY LANDSMAN: I was born on 92nd Street in Manhattan and spent my whole life on 92nd Street. "The house on 92nd Street" - well, 92nd Street was sort of a notorious street....between Central Park and Columbus...I used to lean out my window and draw Central Park. I must have done 87 million drawings of Central Park when I was a kid. My father was a watercolorist. And so he was always dragging me to some obscure point in the Park to do an English watercolor with washes. His first art teacher: I stayed in Albuquerque, New Mexico for four years. I enrolled at the University that summer...So I took some painting courses... You went out to the desert every day. A young girl by the name of Agnes Martin was teaching this course in watercolor. And Agnes would be out there with sheets like 36x50 and she had a brush that looked like a housepainter's brush. And she had big buckets of water and she carried sacks full of paint. She'd spread it out on the desert. She was working in about three-quarters of a mile area. Everything was like blowing. It didn't matter. And I was working on this really fine delicate little English watercolor. Like a little 17-year old postage stamp. She'd say, "Stop with that already! Stop with that! Paint! Paint big. Get it all out." On constructing the Infinity Chamber: One that struck me as the one that I really wanted to work in both from my own head and for its purity and everything was glass. I found that I really didn't like plastic, it's cheap sort of sleazy material. I like glass. Its purity. And you can do a lot with it. It's very fragile, yes, but so what? So I started working in glass. Now at this point I did sacrifice, I had to give up the figure. Because when I went into a three-dimensional object then I had to put something in the inside because that was the only way I could get my space to work the way I wanted it to, the way that we see it now when they talk about sort of infinite space. I'm really not very happy with my infinity chamber or boxes of any of those terms. I had to give up the figure because it was just impossible to put the figure in there and illuminate it....Space and time have always been on artists' minds. You always read great manifestoes about space and time, you know, and all that. Well, a lot of it is really manifesto words. But I was really interested in space. And I wanted to create space and not a fake space. I wanted a real space. http://www.aaa.si.edu/collections/oralhistories/transcripts/landsm68.htm (a lengthy interview, includes his childhood and growing up)

What artist destroyed all of his paintings after recieving a vision from god or something along those lines? by Cheyanne Treadway Q: It happened in the 20th century I am pretty sure. I saw a special on him on Charter on demand (cable company in reno nv). It isn't Michael Landy.

A: Perhaps one of these famous artists? Francis Bacon : "Bacon was disdainful of his work from before 1944 and destroyed the majority of it. He also destroyed an unknown number of works throughout his lifetime, and fragments of canvases were found in his studio after his death."

 Fra Bartolommeo : "Fra Bartolommeo was a follower of Savonarola and is said to have destroyed his own paintings in the conflagrations (although the portrait of Savonarola did survive). After Savonarola was overthrown, Bartolommeo entered a monastery and renounced the practice of painting for six years."
 http://www.authorama.com/fra-bartolommeo-7.html
 Ralph Blakelock : "He would dress as an Indian, with beaded hair and dagger, sell a picture for a fraction of its worth, then tear up the money. Once he destroyed a number of paintings, fearful that a secret organization would discover them in his possession. In 1891 he was hospitalized for schizophrenia."

 Paul Cezanne : "Cezanne's stay in Paris lasted only six months. He destroyed many canvases during bouts of black depression and returned home full of self-doubt rejecting his chosen career."

 Stephen Etnier : "During a career that spanned six decades, Etnier was both highly prolific and extremely self-critical. He altered and destroyed many paintings."

 Leon Golub : "In the mid-seventies Golub was beset with self-doubt. He destroyed nearly every work he produced during this period and nearly abandoned painting."

 Marsden Hartley : "... but in the middle of the Depression he destroyed more than 100 of his paintings because he could not pay storage for them."

 M.F. Husain : "On the last day of the exhibition he destroyed his paintings by overpainting with white."

 Willem de Kooning : "As he destroyed one painting after another in a relentless search for his own identity, de Kooning, as his biographers portray him, often felt paralyzed with despair. "

 Walt Kuhn : "He ruthlessly destroyed more paintings than he preserved, and he never signed one until he was completely satisfied with it."

 Franz Marc : "Though he felt he was now making some progress, he destroyed his more ambitious works, as they continued to dissatisfy him."

 Agnes Martin : "In 1967, after 10 years in the city, Agnes gave away her tools and art supplies, destroyed the paintings she had in her loft (many were elsewhere, having been sold), and left abruptly in a Dodge pick-up equipped with a camper, dramatically casting off from her life as a successful artist."

 Claude Monet : "Throughout the decade, and during the 1870s as well, he suffered from extreme financial hardship and frequently destroyed his own paintings rather than have them seized by creditors."
 
Berthe Morisot : "...she soon abandoned aspects of Corot's teachings and destroyed almost all of her early work in favor of a more unconventional and modern approach..."

 Georgia O'Keefe : "Early in her career O'Keeffe placed all the art she created in a room to evaluate it. She destroyed them all because she thought each work was derivative of someone else's style."

 Frederic Remington : "Shortly before his death in 1909, Remington became disenchanted with his earlier illustrative work. He became so critical of the work he destroyed many of his finest paintings including this one."

 Georges Rouault : "Rouault was such a perfectionist that he destroyed over 300 pieces of his own artwork because he considered them inadequate."

 Chaim Soutine : "Soutine was prone to violent rages and bouts of depression and had attempted suicide. He often destroyed his own creations."

 Jean-Antoine Watteau : "As his death approached, he destroyed, persuaded by the abbot of Carreau Abby, a large number of his more erotic paintings."

 Jerry Wenstrom : "In 1979, Jerry Wennstrom, a rising star in the New York art world, intentionally destroyed his paintings and gave away his possessions and money."

 Vasily Vereshchagin : "...although he got a Minor Silver Medal for 'Ulysses Slaying the Suitors of Penelope', he destroyed the painting saying that he would not paint such nonsense any longer, and left the Academy." http://bigcrow.com/anna/journal2/sept05.html http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/matisse.html#ixzz1eFxSU1Gd

All-white painting? Help me remember the name? by Nipivy Q: Weird question, but I can't remember a name of a famous piece of art and it's driving me crazy! It's an all-white painting. Just pretty much a blank canvas. There's something about girls, snow, and anorexia in the name. I don't think it's part of Rauschenberg's series, but it could be. Any help would be appreciated!!!

A: Perhaps you are looking for the “First Communion of Anaemic Young Girls In The Snow” (Carré blanc) 1883 by Alphonse Allais? http://images-mediawiki-sites.thefullwiki.org/05/3/4/6/8854873826998666.jpg There are dozens of famous artists who have done all-white paintings. Here are a few: Kazimir Malevich (the first) http://www.moma.org/collection/object.php?object_id=80385 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Marevich,_Suprematist_Composition-_White_on_White_1917.jpg Robert Rauschenberg white paintings http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=rauschenberg%20white%20paintings&oe=UTF-8&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&hl=en&tab=wi Robert Ryman. white paintings http://www.google.com/search?q=Robert+Ryman.+white+paintings&hl=en&safe=off&client=safari&rls=en&prmd=ivnso&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&ved=0CCgQsAQ&imgtype=i_similar&sa=X&ei=fwPnTf6eHOnk0QGZ8_mcCg&ct=img-sim-l&oi=image_sil&resnum=1&tbnid=pLd2PZkJTIAGAM: Ellsworth Kelly white paintings http://www.google.com/search?um=1&hl=en&safe=off&client=safari&rls=en&tbm=isch&q=Ellsworth+Kelly+white+paintings&btnG=Search&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=&imgtype=i_similar&sa=X&ei=IgTnTYH2KuXw0gHCzKCcCg&ct=img-sim-l&oi=image_sil&resnum=1&tbnid=MgnskIjF72y4MM: Agnes Martin white paintings: http://www.google.com/search?um=1&hl=en&safe=off&client=safari&rls=en&tbm=isch&q=Agnes+Martin+white+paintings&btnG=Search&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=&imgtype=i_similar&sa=X&ei=dgTnTZWpCoHj0QHxy626Cg&ct=img-sim-l&oi=image_sil&resnum=18&tbnid=fMEYEHxDPAMlkM: Ad Reinhardt white paintings http://www.google.com/search?q=Ad+Reinhardt+white+paintings&um=1&hl=en&safe=off&client=safari&rls=en&tbm=isch&ndsp=21&imgtype=i_similar&sa=X&ei=3wTnTakygfTSAfyDmIIM&ct=img-sim-l&oi=image_sil&resnum=4&tbnid=LD1jluEEq1UE-M:

How did Agnes Nixon got the name "All My Children"? by tbell1826 Q:

A: Some people think the "My" refers to Kate Martin or Phoebe Tyler Wallingford. But what does the creator of the show have to say about it?... Oprah asked Agnes Nixon that question when she had a bunch of them on a special commemorating the 20th Anniversary special back in January of 1990...Agnes Nixon replied: "All My Children refers to the Brotherhood of Man (MY is God). You are All MY Children". The Great and the Least, The Rich and the Poor, The Weak and the Strong, In Sickness and in Health, In Joy and Sorrow, In Tragedy and Triumph, You are All My Children Agnes Nixon wrote this at the beginning of the first episode but unfortunately it never aired.

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