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Wentinck, CH„Vijf Abstracte Schilders, Amerikanen in Stedelijk Museum“
Weekblad, Zaterdag 29 Januari, 1955, p. 21
His "History of the New World" was published in several editions by Bonaventure & Abraham
, Leiden. The first edition was published in Dutch in 1625 as
He was probably born in Delft as the son of Pieter Abrahamsz Vromans and Maria
. Though his parents were not artists, he was related to other Delft painters of the Vromans name such as Jacobus Vromans and Pieter Vromans.
Piet Oege Bakker (Rotterdam, 10 August 1897–Amsterdam, 1 April 1960) was a Dutch journalist and author. He was joint editor for many years of the weekly magazine
Carla van de Puttelaar won several prizes and awards, including the Dutch Prix de Rome. She gained international recognition following exhibitions in New York, Paris and Brussels. Her works have been published as book covers and in magazines like The New Yorker. In 2009, she ranked 51st in the Top-100 of Dutch artists as published by
He was impressed by the area and bought a small farm nearby, where he lived until 1903. His paintings during this period were, however, very brightly colored, unlike the darker style practiced by the Latemse school. They were mostly landscapes and still-lifes, although he also painted interiors; often slum dwellings occupied by peasants and beggars. His friend, Karel van de Woestijne, wrote several articles about him for "
In 1971, Ala organized the VIIth Congress of the World Federation of Haemophilia (WFH) in Tehran, the first such meeting held outside Europe or America and Canada. The Proceedings of the meeting, edited by F. Ala and KWE Denson were published by
, Excerpta Medica (Amsterdam) in 1973. Soon after, the Haemophilia Centre at the Pahlavi (now Emam Khomeini) Hospital was designated an International Haemophilia Treatment Centre (IHTC) by the WFH, one of only a handful of such centres at the time. He was also appointed Medical Secretary WFH, in 1970, as well as a Member of the WFH Medical and Scientific Advisory Committee in 1978.
Henk Lunshof, an editor of "De Telegraaf", had thought of establishing a new news magazine since 1940. He was approached by Jan Pieter Klautz, director of the publishing company Elsevier, and two secretly started preparing the establishment of the magazine. They were assisted by G.B.J. Hiltermann, another former editor of "De Telegraaf". The magazine was finally introduced as "
Weekblad" ("Elsevier's Weekly") on 27 October 1945, and Lunshof became its editor. Its aim was to take an independent position, not linked to any political party or association. By the end of the 1940s, however, "EW" adopted a clear position against the independence of Indonesia, after which it developed a socially conservative and economically liberal signature, closely linked to the liberals of the VVD and the Catholics of the KVP.
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