Renaissance Man


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A person who has mastered multiple disciplines and/or arts
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After dropping out of Yale to become a farmer, a friend wrote that Olmsted was indeed "an enthusiast by nature, and all the Greek and Latin in the world wouldn't have driven that out of him." Olmsted's enthusiasm manifested as a true American renaissance man who would become an early environmental pioneer partly responsible for preserving Yosemite National Park, a journalist for what is now The New York Times, a Civil War abolitionist and a world traveler.
FREDERIC CROWNINSHIELD: A RENAISSANCE MAN IN THE GILDED AGE provides the first full account of Crowninshield's life and many achievements as a muralist and stained glass designer and includes his influence as a successful painter, teacher and author as well.
The Renaissance man authored numerous works on library science, governmental symbols, South Carolina emblems, and Catholic bishops.
The erstwhile Spider-Man star is rapidly turning into cinema's renaissance man. He's up for an Oscar for 127 Hours, he's held an exhibition of his paintings, has published a short story collection and is next due to direct William Faulkner's As I Lay Dying.
Eolo, a true Renaissance man, was an accomplished, yet humble man who was loved and will be deeply missed.
THE renaissance man of Molineux, Jody Craddock, is pretty pleased with his achievements this season and rightfully so.
"That would make me 500-years-old." - Hollywood star Steve Martin denying he is a Renaissance man. "He was my knight on a shining bicycle." - Franny Armstrong who was rescued by passing cyclist London Mayor Boris Johnson after being attacked by a group of girls.
BBC Two Wales, tomorrow, 8pm Is there any better example of a modern day renaissance man than dear old Stephen Fry?
A renaissance man, Frederick, who counted the French philosopher Voltaire among his closest pals, reformed and modernized Prussia.
Even in place of Ridgewell, and now broken kneecap victim David Murphy, Djimi Traore, a player who appeared destined to never make a first-team appearance in a Birmingham shirt, looks set to play a part in the club's most-important 90 minutes of the season alongside renaissance man Franck Queudrue.
Now in a newly updated and expanded second edition, "Andrea Palladio: The Architect in His Time" looks at the man who revolutionized western architecture during his long life in the sixteenth century (he was a master of the arts and a true Renaissance man).

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