Synonyms for hellmer or Related words with hellmer
Examples of "hellmer"
Edmund Ritter von
(12 November 1850, Vienna – 9 March 1935, Vienna), born Edmund
and ennobled in 1912, was an Austrian sculptor who worked in the styles of Historicism and Art Nouveau.
"... and other prisons," a novel, was first represented by Kurt
first represented the work of Alen Pol Kobryn
, d 11 May 1975 was a literatus who, as a New York literary agent represented Max Frisch and Friedrich Dürrenmatt, amongst others.
Later that year,
moved away from Luleå and could no longer take part in the band. He was replaced by Johan Palovaara.
Sunny wed her longtime boyfriend, Jeff
, on November 11, 2011, in a Las Vegas wedding ceremony that included family and close friends.
is an alumnus of Luigi Miraglia's Accademia Vivarium Novum. As a student, he spent one year in Montella learning Latin language and classical humanities. From 2009 to 2012, he taught (ancient) Latin literature at Vivarium Novum.
After the completion of St. Michael's Square, two sculpted fountains were installed on the façade of the wing: Power at Sea by Rudolf Weyr and Power on Land by Edmund
Karl Perl ( March 3, 1876 – 1965) Austrian sculptor and engraver, born in Liezen, Austria. He studied with
, Zumbusch and Kundmann and is remembered for his busts, bas reliefs and medallions. He worked and died in Vienna.
(11 March 1896 – 18 May 1974) was an Austrian film actor. He appeared in 92 films between 1932 and 1969. He was born in Vienna, Austria and died in Berlin, Germany.
became a producer and literary agent in the 1940s, representing, in addition to Frisch and Dürrenmatt, such figures as Sławomir Mrożek, Michael Noonan, , and Jane Rule, and producing the work of authors such as George Bernard Shaw.
studied architecture at the Polytechnikum in Vienna. At the same time, he received his first artistic training from his uncle, the sculptor Josef Schönfeld. In 1866,
decided to study sculpture full-time at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. While there, he also worked in the studio of Hanns Gasser, who helped him to finance a short stay in Paris. In 1869, at the age of 19, he presented a statue of Prometheus at the International Art Exhibition in Munich. He won a prize that included a scholarship, enabling him to spend almost two years in Italy.
Studium Angelopolitanum is a non-profit educational organization, based in Puebla, Mexico and focused on promoting study and appreciation of classical languages and literature. It was founded in 2012 by professor Alexis
. It is modelled after the Accademia Vivarium Novum. It is one of the very few places in Mexico to offer Latin lessons taught in Latin.
A widely experienced director and playwright in Germany and Austria,
, having fled Nazi Germany in the 1930s, was a prominent figure in the German exile community in New York, editor of Aufbau, forcefully advocating avant garde forms and sensibilities such as the epic theatre of Brecht, the Theatre of the Absurd, advocating and advancing the work of such figures as Erwin Piscator.
Gasser was born in Eisentratten, Krems, Carinthia as the son of the woodworker Jakob Gasser and the younger brother of Joseph Gasser von Valhorn. He was the pupil of Carl Gsellhofer, and became an academy lecturer where he taught Edmund von
and Carl Schild. He was the father of the sculptor Jakob Nudera.
The German-language versions of "I Want to Hold Your Hand" and "She Loves You" were also credited to additional songwriters for assisting with the translation: "Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand" was credited to Lennon–McCartney–Nicolas–
and "Sie Liebt Dich" was credited to Lennon–McCartney–Nicolas–Montague.
is a Mexican Latinist and classicist and the founder of Studium Angelopolitanum. He is a Professor of the Latin language and literature at the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla and at the Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla.
Orphaned at the age of 8, Zala spent several years in schools in Városlőd and Pápa. He studied under Edmund
and Kaspar von Zumbusch at the Vienna Academy at the age of 21 and then under Josep Knábl, Max Wittman, Michael Wagmüller, and Eberle Siriusat at the Munich Academy. Along with Janos Fadrusz and Alajos Strobl, Zala studied at the Budapest Academy.
The gilded bronze monument of Johann Strauß II, is one of the most known and most frequently photographed monuments in Vienna. It was unveiled to the public on 26 June 1921 and is framed by a marble relief made by Edmund
. The gilding was removed in 1935 and laid on again only in 1991.
At the same time Franz Angerer (Rühmann), a student of philology, arrives in Vienna, where he wants to attend a conference. He is put up by his Uncle Ferdinand (Karl
), who works as a butler for Direktor Wiesinger (Moser in rather an unusual role), the owner of a record company.
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