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Kent

(kent),
Albert F.S., English physiologist, 1863-1958. See: Kent bundle, Kent-His bundle.
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Beginning with the haha, or sunken fence, of Charles Bridgeman (1690-1738), the process supposedly went on with the jump of William Kent over the fence and culminated with the visual delight of "perspective, and light and shade." (36) By highlighting the widespread love of unblocked prospects and linking it with the admiration for Italian landscapes or landscape paintings, Walpole prepared the way for the later somewhat comic view of English garden evolution as a history of "gardeners imitating foreign painters who were evoking classical authors," and made his nationalistic garden chronicle into an early instance of "an ironic insularity." (37) In spite of the way he depicted Kent as helping to popularize the broad open prospect and the related "repertoire of painterly effects ...
William Kent Krueger's RED KNIFE (1423341759, $34.95) receives veteran audio narrator Buck Schirner's smooth voice as it tells of a racial gang war turning a small Minnesota town into a battlefield.
150); the second with 'design catalogs of [...] William Kent, Thomas Chippendale, Josiah Wedgwood [...] which outlined in detail the fine art of combining furniture, textiles, and ornaments to create an individualized [...] interior' (p.
Not just to worship the grove's venerable stands of coastal redwoods, but also to give thanks for the vision of three gentlemen: William Kent for donating the property to the government; President Theodore Roosevelt for designating the monument; and John Muir, patron saint of environmental preservation and the monument's namesake.
But the owner, William Kent, who would eventually serve in Congress, donated the land to the federal government under the Antiquities Act, and insisted that Teddy Roosevelt name the land for John Muir, the great explorer of Yosemite and the West.
This short but extremely valuable monograph by Francis William Kent offers scholars a glimpse of the extensive biography of Lorenzo de' Medici which he has been preparing in recent years.
William Kent, a maverick political reformer from Chicago, was a frequent visitor to his family's estate in Marin County.
Keynote speaker, William Kent, chairman and CEO, William Kent International, pointed to China as "already moving forward at a rapid pace" but advised that participants "keep India and Russia on their radar screens if they are not already there."
Thornton's family has asked that if you have memories or stories regarding Bert that you would like to share with them, to send them to: William Kent Thornton, 867 Paseo Serenata, Camarillo, CA 93102
Blenheim is the best example of Capability Brown's genius and Rousham is the only surviving unaltered example of the earlier landscapist, William Kent.
Delivering the keynote will be William Kent, author of Data and Reality.
William Kent Ihrig, formerly of Broad & Cassel, has become a partner with Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP, with offices at 101 E.