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Victor, French 20th-century biochemist. See: Michaelis-Menten equation, Henri-Michaelis-Menten equation.
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It was carried on in America by the Ashcan school, which included such artists as George Bellows, Robert Henri, and Edward Hopper.
The man who started it all was Robert Henri (1865-1929), who studied in the Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts just after Thomas Eakins had left.
Among those featured: Thomas Eakins, Edward Boulton, Robert Henri, George Bellows, Ida Wells Stroud and Clara Stroud, Mildred Miller, Hugh Campbell, and Richard Blossom Farley.
Many of them sought their version of the muse, or what the artist, teacher, and writer Robert Henri called the Art Spirit.
Dating to the later part of Bellows' career, Emma and Marjorie on a Sofa (1921) depicts a domestic scene featuring the artist's wife accompanied by Marjorie Organ, who was married to the painter Robert Henri.
The style is that of a skilled figurative artist, influenced by artists Robert Henri (1865-1929) and John Sloan (1871-1951), resulting in a style described as contemporary American realism (from early 20th century).
The Mint Museum, currently featuring "From New York to Corrymore: Robert Henri and Ireland," has seen a substantial increase in memberships in the past year.
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American artist Robert Henri once said, "Art appreciation, like love, cannot be done by proxy.
Their teacher, Robert Henri, encouraged them toward subject matter that depicted daily life and common experiences, and introduced his students to the work of Goya and Daumier.
Further down the south wing, past the elegant Astor rooms, the grand Huntington Gallery (Gallery 21) features important paintings and sculptures by European and American painters of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, including works by Edward Burne-Jones, Eugene Boudin, Maurice Utrillo, Auguste Rodin, and 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.