Motais

Mo·tais

(mō-tā'),
Ernst, French ophthalmologist, 1845-1913. See: Motais operation.
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To complement the show, French art historian Philippine Motais de Narbonne presented a talk titled, An Introduction to European Orientalists, offering insights into the history of Orientalist art and the artworks on display.
Guy and Helena Motais de Narbonne's Paris home is filled with French and Italian Old Master paintings.
Reason and feeling are the twin pillars of Guy and Helena Motais de Narbonne's collection of French and Italian 17th- and 18th-century paintings, which they have amassed over the last 25 years.
The Motais de Narbonnes are intrigued by the manifold links between French and Italian art, whether it is Laurent de La Hyre--who never left France--looking back to the classicism and drained palette of late Raphael in his Assumption of the Virgin (c.
C'est le resultat d'une association technologique allemande et japonaise [beaucoup plus grand que], indique le representant de Daimler, Henri Motais. Le camion est, souligne-t-il, d'une puissance variant entre 230 et 280 chevaux.
Water permeability (osmotic as well as diffusional) of eel gills was highest in FW and lowest in SW (Motais et al., 1969; Isaia, 1984).
MEMORIES Joan Howley with friends Ann Motais and Jane Marshall at the exhibition.