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  1. Sep 13, 2011 · He met Duchamp there, and they struck up a friendship. In 1966, Hamilton organized the first significant retrospective of Duchamp's work in Europe at the Tate Gallery, London. He later described the world-famous artist as "the most charming person imaginable: kind and clever and witty. Eventually I became one of the family.

  2. Aug 11, 2022 · This Gallery is a couple of things. #1 I help some of my artist friends sell their work. I am the exclusive 'Art Representative' for all the guys who have featured pieces on this wall and I add new artists every year. #2 I have been collecting original art since 1978. It is a passion of mine and this gallery holds most of my very best pieces.

  3. digital artist Mitchell Romanauski ... modelmaker: ILM Martin Rosenberg ... director of photography: ILM Alan Rosenfeld ... digital artist Kim Ross ... digital artist Thomas Rosseter ... digital compositor Chris Ryan ... digital compositor Marc-Andre Samson ... digital artist Olivier Sarda ...

  4. hair artist (as Gerry Jones) / makeup artist (as Gerry Jones) Julie Kendrick ... hair artist: crowd / makeup artist: crowd Gary Machin ... hair artist / makeup artist Veronica McAleer ... makeup artist: Mr. Bettany (as Veronica Brebner) Liz Michie ... hair artist / makeup artist Laura Morse ...

  5. The Indigenous Art Code Ltd administers a voluntary industry Code of Conduct known as ‘the Code’. The Code is a set of rules and guidelines that dealers (both Indigenous and non-Indigenous businesses) commit to follow to ensure ethical practices and fair treatment of artists.

  6. Noela Hjorth (1940–2016): artist and builder of houses, known as living sculptures; Robert Hoddle (1794–1881): surveyor and artist; Christopher Hodges: artist and art gallery director; Frank Hodgkinson (1919–2001): war artist; Rayner Hoff (1894–1937): Isle of Man-born sculptor who lived and worked in Australia

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › George_MellyGeorge Melly - Wikipedia

    Alan George Heywood Melly (17 August 1926 – 5 July 2007) was an English jazz and blues singer, critic, writer and lecturer. From 1965 to 1973 he was a film and television critic for The Observer; he also lectured on art history, with an emphasis on surrealism

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