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Victor, French 20th-century biochemist. See: Michaelis-Menten equation, Henri-Michaelis-Menten equation.
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In her early adherence to figuration over abstract tendencies, Bernstein set on a path parallel to her many contemporary urban Realists on the New York scene--primarily those associated with "the Eight" or the Ashcan School, including Robert Henri, John Sloan, William Glackens, George Luks, and Everett Shinn, as well as other early modernists such as Edward Hopper and her close friend, Stuart Davis.
Se inscribio en la New York School of Art y tomo los cursos de Robert Henri, en cuyas obras se podia advertir su inclinacion por los maestros flamencos, tanto por el empleo del color como por su interes en pintar con realismo la vida cotidiana de la sociedad estadunidense.
1) Robert Henri quoted in Emma Goldman, Living My Life (New York: Alfred A.
Thompson opens her book of poems Life As We Know It with this quote from the painter Robert Henri.
She is Salome, as painted by the American artist Robert Henri.
There, he studied under Robert Henri, a mentor who told his pupils to go out and 'make a stir' in the world with their paintings.
One of the featured painters, Robert Henri, saw in the public's reaction the "modern idea of prohibiting" taken too far.
However, finding this unfulfilling, he enrolled at the New York School of Art to study painting under the great American artist and teacher Robert Henri.
As the first book to deal at length with Henri's female students, American Women Modernists: The Legacy of Robert Henri, 1910-1945 thus takes on a sizeable challenge (one complemented by the accompanying exhibition, Thoroughly Modern: The "New Woman" Art Students of Robert Henri and the interdisciplinary symposium, Redressing American Modernism, both organized by curator Marian Wardle and held at the Brigham Young University Museum of Art).
Thirty-five paintings, watercolors, pastels and sculptures will be on display by some of the nation's leading Impressionist artists--Mary Cassatt, Childe Hassam and John Singer Sargent--as well as leading Realist artists--George Bellows, Winslow Homer and Robert Henri.
Rose radicalizes Rivers as "the art rebel with a cause, which was the thoroughly unfashionable one of drawing, hand painting, and the observation of daily life that Robert Henri had counseled was the essence of art.
Finishing just in front of Patel was Robert Henri, who said he never felt queasy from the market's undulations.