Synonyms for hutin or Related words with hutin

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Examples of "hutin"
The television program has had several successive mascots who have always been dogs owned by Jean-Pierre Hutin and his wife Reha Hutin. These mascots, all German Shepherds, have been in order, Mabrouk, Mabrouk Junior and Mabrouka.
Hutin published over 40 books (The following are ones which have been translated into English):
Born in 1927 in Paris, she was only two when her father abandoned her mother and her four-year-old brother. Jacqueline never forgave him. Her mother raised her in a cramped concierge's lodge near the Champs Elysées, working long hours as a seamstress. Jacqueline was 18 when her mother died of a stroke. She married André Hutin, an engineer, in 1946 with whom she had a daughter, Catherine Hutin-Blay. The young family moved to Africa when Hutin worked, but four years later returned to France and divorced Hutin. She settled down on the French Riviera and took a job at her cousin's shop, the Madoura Pottery in Vallauris.
François Hutin (1686 - August 1758) was a French painter, sculptor and engraver.
Hutin is a French surname meaning "the quarreler" and may refer to:
One of these involves Catherine Hutin-Blay, the step-daughter of Pablo Picasso. In March 2015, Hutin-Blay, the only daughter of Picasso’s second wife Jacqueline, filed a complaint alleging that 58 separate works had been stolen from her. Hutin-Blay alleged that the works were stolen from a store in a suburb of Paris that is run by Art Transit, a Bouvier family company.
While in Paris both Hutin and his wife were members of the Académie de Saint-Luc. In 1737 Hutin and his family moved to Rome. He was entrusted with decorations for the Chinea festival, a yearly tribute offered to the Pope as ultimate sovereign of Naples. He also produced a number of sculptures during his stay there. The family eventually returned to Paris where Hutin died in August 1758.
Serge Hutin (1927–1997) born in France, was an author on books on esoterica and the occult.
Nelly Hutin Britton (24 April 1876 — 3 September 1965), usually credited as Hutin Britton was an English actress. She was best known for her performances in Shakespeare roles early in the 20th century. She also appeared in leading roles in two silent British films.
Hutin was a writer of many books on the occult and esoteric, he wrote about Freemasonry, secret societies, Rosicrucianism, alchemy and astrology and many other occult topics. Hutin wrote about the Kabbalah and claimed that Isaac Newton was a Christian Kabbalist.
Hutin was born in Paris. He studied under Bon Boullogne, and as a student submitted his work in the competitions of the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture in 1709 and 1710. Hutin married painter Anne-Auguste Hérault, the daughter of the famous painter Charles-Antoine Hérault (1644–1718). This matrimonial tie made Hutin a member of a renowned artistic clan, much like the famous families of Coypel and Roëttiers. They had three sons, all of whom later became artists: Charles, Pierre-Jules, who worked in Dresden, and Jean-Baptiste.
On November 8, 2004, Callaway Golf named Chairman and Chief Executive William C. Baker President and COO, as Patrice Hutin resigned from his positions.
On 10 December 2010, in Paris, Hingis married then-24-year-old Thibault Hutin, a French equestrian show jumper she had met at a competition the previous April.
He published his graphic works in 35 plates under the title "Recueil de différents sujets composés et gravés par Charles Hutin à Dresden" in Dresden in 1763.
Hutin is most well known in UFO circles for his ancient astronaut book called "Alien Races and Fantastic Civilizations" (1975) in which he claimed ancient civilizations across the earth were colonial outposts built by extraterrestrials. The book was similar to books by other authors of the time such as Jacques Bergier and Jean Sendy. Hutin also wrote about Atlantis and gave a lot of credit to Plato for writing about it.
In 1764, the “Allgemeine Kunst-Academie der Malerey, Bildhauer-Kunst, Kupferstecher- und Baukunst” (General Academy of Arts for Painting, Sculpture, Copperplate Engraving and Architecture) was founded by order of the Prince-Elector Frederick Christian. From 1768 to 1786 it was located in the Fürstenberg Palace. Its first director was the Frenchmen Charles Hutin. After the death of Hutin in 1776, Johann Eleazar Zeissig, referred to as Schenau, became alternating director of the Academy together with Giovanni Battista Casanova.
The Little Sisters of Jesus are a Roman Catholic community of religious sisters inspired by the life and writings of Charles de Foucauld, founded by Little Sister Magdeleine of Jesus (Madeleine Hutin).
Christian Hutin (born January 18, 1961 in Lille, Nord) is a member of the National Assembly of France. He represents the Nord department, and is a member of the Citizen and Republican Movement.
Charles François Hutin (4 July 1715 in Paris – 29 July 1776 in Dresden) was a French history and figure painter, engraver and sculptor. He became director of the Royal Academy of Arts in Dresden.
Slodtz and his brothers were members of the Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture. Notable French artist and sculptor, Charles François Hutin, was a pupil of Slodtz while in Rome.