Synonyms for boursier or Related words with boursier

brisset              mougenot              mejean              faivre              delattre              rivoire              reboul              gaborit              renou              petitjean              renoux              porchet              vignon              simonnet              guilloteau              vauthier              artiguenave              andrieu              evrard              desgranges              cazenave              bouix              laurain              audebert              legras              lasserre              croisille              cornil              thomassin              jaillon              prevot              corcuff              marguet              bellet              chevillard              vannier              labarriere              dubost              burlet              caillot              carette              chapon              marquet              pirotte              colinet              leturcq              flament              bonnefont              simonin              charpin             

Examples of "boursier"
Céleste Boursier-Mougenot (born 1961 in Nice, France) is a modern French artist. He lives and works in Sète, France.
Bourgeois married Martin Boursier in 1584 at the parish of Saint Sulpice. The following is what the register of this parish register reads: "The 30 December 1584, married Martin Boursier, barber-surgeon and Loyse Bourgeois." They started living at Faubourg Saint-Germain probably by 1586 and definitely by 1588.
The neoclassical hotel was built between 1777 to 1778 by architect Jean-Baptiste Le Boursier for Thiroux de Montsauge, financial receiver and minister of finance.
The composer Boursier-Mougenot creates the set of standards for sound producing rather than music. The artist tries the acoustic potential of usual objects, spheres and actions.
Desprez is also known as a designer and maker of embroidery for purses, as a 'Maistre Boursier.' He published a map of La Rochelle, and was recorded working in Paris between 1556 and 1580.
He became a member of the Académie royale d'architecture in 1756. His students included the brothers Joseph-Abel and Guillaume-Martin Couture, Jean-Baptiste Louis Élisabeth Le Boursier and Jean-Benoît-Vincent Barré.
Boursier-Mougenot's works unite musical and visual spheres, contain unexpected sources of musical sounding. There are situations or devices created or contain by means of which musical events are expressed visually or visual information acoustically.
Catherine Boursier is a French politician who was a Member of the European Parliament representing East France for the Socialist Party from 2008 to 2009. She was appointed to the vacancy caused by the resignation of Adeline Hazan.
Angélique Marguerite Le Boursier du Coudray (c. 1712 – 17 April 1794) was an influential, pioneering midwife during her lifetime, who gained fame when men were taking over the field. She rose from middle–class origins to become noticed and commissioned by King Louis XV, himself.
Joana Preiss has starred in the films of Christophe Honoré, Olivier Assayas, Nobuhiro Suwa and Pia Marais, and has also collaborated with Nan Goldin in her works. She has also worked with Ugo Rondinone, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Céleste Boursier-Mougenot. She has performed on stage in the shows of Pascal Rambert and Eleanor Weber.
In ""From Here to Ear"" (1999), the artist used pack of zebra finches and piano strings for acoustic structure creation form of which was defined with behavior of birds. In view of Cage's practice, Boursier-Mougenot's method lies first of all in transliterations of natural structure, aural identification of certain realities which are not seen for eyes.
Bourgeois was born in 1563 in what was then a rural area just outside Paris called, the Faubourg Saint-Germain. Her family was wealthy, and she was taught to read and write They lived near the master surgeon Martin Boursier, who for years was a pupil-assistant of Ambroise Pare.
The author and anchorwoman is the freelance journalist Milena Gabanelli, the other journalists and episode editors are: Giovanna Boursier, Michele Buono, Giovanna Corsetti, Giorgio Fornoni, Sabrina Giannini, Bernardo Iovene, Paolo Mondani, Sigfrido Ranucci, Piero Riccardi e Stefania Rimini. Chiara Baldassari was part of the Report team until her death in 2005.
Jones earned his BA at the University of Leeds (1967-70) and his PhD at the University of Oxford (Balliol College) (1970-73) under Richard Cobb. He did research in France as a "boursier" of the French government at the University of Toulouse-Le Mirail (1971-72).
In "Videodrones" (2001) Boursier-Mougenot addressed to nonconventional use of video. Work allows the audience to watch everyday details of the familiar environment: on five screens in exhibition space in real time views of streets, boulevards and the sidewalk are projected. Actions (the movement of pedestrians and transport) call the cascade of sounds, describing events as music.
The architect Emile Boursier commissioned Delamarre to execute a relief for this art déco style building in Paris' rue Chomel, which contained the offices of the Compagnie anonyme française d’assurances who traded under the name ‘La Populaire". The composition "La Famille" was the result with a proud father holding up a winged baby and showing it to the mother with a young girl looking on. A scene of family bliss.
Following graduation at the normal school in Lons-le-Saunier, he taught classes in Clairvaux, Versailles, Saint-Cloud and Villefranche-sur-Saône. From 1882 to 1887, he served as a "boursier" at the Muséum national d'histoire naturelle, where he studied with Alphonse Milne-Edwards (1835–1900) and Edmond Perrier (1844–1921). Together with Milne-Edwards, he worked on some of the crustaceans from the "Travailleur" and "Talisman" expeditions (1880–1883).
From 2015, Jérôme Sans has been named artistic director of the art program of Polygone Riviera (Cagnes-sur-Mer, France), designed by the Unibail-Rodamco group and Socri. Polygone Riviera is the first open-air shopping centre in France and is also a cultural venue that focuses strongly on contemporary art, with eleven works by world-renowned artists placed on display at the centre (Ben, Céleste Boursier-Mougenot, Daniel Buren, César, Antony Gormley, Tim Noble & Sue Webster, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Pablo Reinoso, Pascale Marthine Tayou and Wang Du).
Angélique Marguerite Le Boursier du Coudray was born into an eminent French medical family in Clermont-Ferrand. In February 1740, at the age of twenty-five, Angélique du Coudray completed her three-year apprenticeship with Anne Bairsin, dame Philibet Magin and passed her qualifying examinations at the College of Surgery École de Chirurgie. Within the next few years, the school of surgery had barred female midwives from receiving instruction. After du Coudray demanded that the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Paris provide instructions to all midwives and midwifery students by signing a petition, du Coudray was accepted into the school.
Jean-Yves Duthel was born in Alsace (France). He was the last of four children for his mother, Magdalena Duthel (died 13 January 2012 at the age of 103). He came from a long standing military family within the German Empire up to 1918. On his father, Jean Albert Duthel's side (died 25 May 1999 at the age of 89) his fore-parents were farmers. In 1968 he became a Boursier ACADEMIE FRANCAISE-ZELLIDJA and travelled through Africa for 6 months. The following year the same foundation sponsored his journey to the USA. During his studies at the University of Strasbourg he was also active on different pirate radios, at this time the radio system in France was not open. He was very active in the 1968 student strike.