Synonyms for oelze or Related words with oelze

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Examples of "oelze"
The city of Magdeburg named a street for Oelze, the "Oelzeweg", and there is a "Richard-Oelze-Ring" in Worpswede.
Oelze had an important influence on the later French surrealist, Christian d'Orgeix.
• Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Concert arias with Christiane Oelze, 1993, BERLIN Classics 0013252BC, awarded the Deutsche Schallplattenpreis
Oelze participated in documenta II in 1959 and in documenta III in 1964 in Kassel. In 1965, he became a member of the Academy of Arts, Berlin.
Richard Oelze (June 29, 1900 in Magdeburg – November 26, 1980 in Gut Posteholz near Hameln) was a German painter. He is classified as a surrealist.
• C.Ph.E. Bach: „Die letzten Leiden des Erlösers“ with Christina Landshamer, Christiane Oelze, Anke Vondung, Maximilian Schmitt, Roman Trekel and RIAS-Kammerchor, 2014, BERLIN Classics 0300575BC
Christiane Oelze (born October 9, 1963) is a German soprano. From 2003 to 2008, she taught singing at the Robert Schumann Hochschule Düsseldorf.
Oelze was regarded as one of the most important painters of surrealism. His works are typified by a secretive representation of landscape and figural compositions, with rendition of details in the manner of the old masters.
Kelly has been a professor of voice at the Musikhochschule Köln from 1986. She has taught master classes in Europe and Korea. Her students have included Juan Carlos Echeverry, and Christiane Oelze. Several of her students were awarded at international competitions and are members of leading opera companies.
Besides paintings by Dalí, Dubuffet, Ernst, Magritte, Masson, Moreau, Redon, Rousseau and Tanguy, as well as sculptures by Ernst, Laurens, Lipchitz and Tàpies, the key works of the collection are graphics, following the example set by Gerstenberg. Other artists in the collection include Baumeister, Bellmer, Brauner, Éluard, Ensor, Giacometti, Grosz, Janssen, Klee, Léger, Miró, Munch, Oelze, Picabia, Picasso, Schwitters, Seurat, Tobey, and Wols.
Fair and Muddy is a 1928 "Our Gang" short silent comedy film directed by Charley Oelze. It was the 75th "Our Gang" short that was released and was considered to be lost. A foreign print of the film was discovered that is nearly complete.
Her only novel, "Insel", was published posthumously in 1991. It is about the relationship between a German artist, Insel, and an art dealer, Mrs. Jones. Some critics have suggested that the novel is based on Loy's relationship with Richard Oelze. However, Sandeep Parmar has said that it is actually about Loy's relationship with her creative self.
Oelze is the winner of the "Max-Beckmann-Preis", received the "Karl-Ernst-Osthaus-Preis" of the city of Hagen, the "Großen Kunstpreis" (Great Art Prize) of the state of North Rhine Westphalia, the "Lichtwark-Preis" of the city of Hamburg and was awarded the "Niedersachsenpreis" in the category of culture in 1980.
In order to reach the Finsterberg, one must descend to a height of at least about 698 metres, which gives a topographic prominence of 171 metres. The col is immediately next to the Schwalbenhaupt in the extreme northeast of the highland near its boundary with the Central Thuringian Forest, at the crossroads of the "Landesstraße" from Masserberg to Neustadt, near the Rennsteig, and the one crossing the ridge and running from Gießübel to Oelze.
The borders of the present day town were formed in 1950 by the consolidation of Katzhütte and Oelze into a single large municipality. At its founding there were about 3800 inhabitants, but following consolidation the number of inhabitants has dramatically decreased. By 2004 there were only about 2197 citizens remaining. Nevertheless, it is the largest settlement place in the collective municipality (German: "Verwaltungsgemeinschaft") of Bergbahnregion/Schwarzatal. Other major cities include Oberweißbach (1630 inhabitants) and Meuselbach-Schwarzmühle (1372).
By virtue of his natural abilities and dogged, unrelenting self-determination, Parker taught himself how to sculpt and paint, although he didn't take up painting seriously until he was in his late 40s when he got a few informal personal painting lessons from his friend Don Oelze, a New Zealand-born master painter of Native American genre subjects. Parker was inspired in his pursuit of a career in art by witnessing the successful careers of fellow Kalispell artists Ace Powell, Frank Hagel, Mark Ogle, and others.
In the 1980s, Werner lived in New York and married fellow art dealer Mary Boone. Michael Werner Gallery opened its doors in New York in 1990 under the direction of Gordon VeneKlasen, who eventually became a partner in the gallery. The gallery currently occupies the historic East 77 Street townhouse where legendary dealer Leo Castelli once kept his gallery and was redesigned by Annabelle Selldorf. Michael Werner Gallery presents modern and contemporary European and American art. Recent major exhibitions include "Jörg Immendorff: LIDL Works and Performances from the 60s" and "Richard Oelze: 1900-1980" in New York and "Georg Baselitz: 1977-1992" and "Sigmar Polke: Pour Paintings on Paper" in London.
Schlaf published his first independent drama, "Meister Oelze" in 1892, which received its Berlin premiere on February 2, 1894. The play was widely successful. It shows many of the features found in "New Tracks," but also a focus on internal psychological processes. He produced several other dramas through the 1890s, with his last published play, "Weigand" appearing in 1906. Between 1900 and 1914 Schlaf wrote ten novels. His works show the influence of his readings of Whitman and Ernst Haeckel as well as traces of turn of the century decadence.
Among the artists the orchestra has performed with are Valery Afanassiev, Pierre Amoyal, Alison Balsom, İdil Biret, Han-Na Chang, Robert Cohen, Jean-Philippe Collard, Jose Cura, Nikolai Demidenko, Emre Elivar, Denyce Graves, Janine Jansen, Sumi Jo, Suna Kan, Olga Kern, Albert Dohmen, Lang Lang, Elisabeth Leonskaja, Mischa Maisky, Shlomo Mintz, Christiane Oelze, Gülsin Onay, Güher-Süher Pekinel, Mikhail Pletnev, Viktoria Postnikova, Vadim Repin, Olivier Charlier, György Sandor, Fazıl Say, Hüseyin Sermet, Sayaka Shoji, Akiko Suwanai, Alexander Ghindin, Nicola Benedetti, Sabine Meyer, Boris Berezovsky, Simona Houda-Šaturová, Emmanuel Pahud, Sharon Isbin "Turkish State Polyphonic", Rome Philharmonic, Bulgarian State Radio and Schleswig-Holstein Festival Choirs.
The LBK settlement of Karsdorf (Burgenlandkreis, Saxony-Anhalt) is located approximately 100 km south of Derenburg and Halberstadt, on the river Unstrut, and was occupied between 5240 and 5000 BC (Behnke, 2007). The reasons why this early Neolithic settlement was abandoned are unclear. The Neolithic buildings (n=24) of three settlement stages are dated to the early and middle LBK (after Meier-Arendt 1966). Except for four graves, all of the 30 burials are associated in groups next to houses in the centre of the settlement, similar to the site of Halberstadt. The individuals are buried in house-flanking pit graves at the western side of the houses and mostly arranged in north-east or north-west orientation. Grave goods are sparse; few graves contained more than one pot or a shell or horn pendant. Associated with every house group we can identify a person with outstanding grave inventory, who may represent a founding generation.|Oelze "et al."