Synonyms for sicre or Related words with sicre

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Examples of "sicre"
Jorge Sicre-Gattorno is the grandson of Cuban sculptor Juan José Sicre and the relative of Cuba's premier Vangardia painter, Antonio Gattorno. His father, Jorge Sicre, was a cellist in the Cleveland Orchestra and then taught at the Juilliard School. His mother, Candita Gattorno, was a psychiatrist. He grew up in Cleveland, Ohio.
Félix Sicre (1817 – 1871) was a Cuban chess master.
Juan José Sicre (born Juan José Sicre Velez; 1898 – 1974) was one of the greatest Cuban sculptors. His most famous sculpture is of José Martí y Pérez (1958) (the José Martí Memorial) in the Plaza de la Revolución in Havana.
He was married to Silvia D. Escoubet and their son, Jorge Sicre Escoubet, lived in Cleveland, Ohio and played with the orchestra and his grandson, Jorge Luis Sicre-Gattorno (1958- ), is an accomplished painter in the United States.
Dr. Gómez-Sicre was the son of Clemente Gómez and Guillermina Sicre. His mother was a significant presence in his life, living with him in Washington D.C. until she died in 1974).
Jorge Luis Sicre-Gattorno (born 1958 in Havana, Cuba) is a Cuban-American painter.
In 1988 he founded The Myanmar Children Association MCA with his partner Mark Tippetts and their friend Ricardo Sicre.
Sicre, along with Gattorno and the painter Victor Manuel introduced European modern art style to Havana, and began Cuba's Modern Art Movement. He regularly contributed to the avant garde magazine, "revista de avance", which helped to establish a Cuban national identity in the arts from 1927-1930. Sicre became the professor of sculpture at the Academy of San Alejandro.
Dr. Gómez-Sicre graduated from the University of Havana in 1941 with degrees in Consular Law and Politics, and later took courses in art history at New York University and Columbia University. Although he was a lawyer by trade, his professional career was spent working promoting Latin American artists and their art for 50 years. Gómez-Sicre was a critic, researcher and writer, publishing numerous reports and articles on Latin American artists. Most importantly, Gómez-Sicre provided Latin American artists with an introduction to the audience in the United States and the world.
José Gómez-Sicre (July 6, 1916 in Matanzas, Cuba - July 22, 1991 in Washington, D.C.) was a noted Cuban lawyer, art critic and author.
The éditions Phébus is a French publishing house established in 1976 by Jean-Pierre Sicre and taken over in 2003 by the .
Other relatives are José Gómez-Sicre, the late Cuban art critic and attorney; Francisco Gattorno, a Cuban actor; and Clemente G. Gomez-Rodriguez, a Cuban lawyer and writer.
Gómez-Sicre began his influential work for the Pan-American Union's Visual Arts Unit in 1946 as a Specialist (the Pan-American Union later became the Organization of American States, OAS, in 1948. In 1948, Gómez-Sicre was promoted to the position of Chief in the Visual Arts Unit and remained in that post until 1976. Under his leadership, the Visual Arts Unit began to actively collect works of Latin American art beginning in 1957 with financial support of O.A.S., instead of relying solely on donations. Gómez-Sicre served as editor for "Boletin de Artes Visuales", an illustrated documentation of exhibitions throughout North America, which published from 1957-1973. The Art Museum of the Americas was established in 1976 by the O.A.S. Permanent Council and Gómez-Sicre served as its founder and director.
Born in La Victoria, Pinar del Río, Cuba, she studied painting and sculpture at the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes "San Alejandro" under the tutelage of Juan José Sicre (the sculptor of the José Martí Memorial).
In 1997, with Gonzalo Sicre, he edited the book "In the Footsteps of Hopper". In 1999, the IVAM dedicates a major exhibition to him in its Centro del Carmen.
It was decided to convert the building back to its original purpose, with the job assigned to the architects Larrouy, Sicre and Hervé David and the designer Bernard Guillaumot.
He had been generally accepted as Cuban champion since his 1862 match defeat of Félix Sicre. He took part in the famous Paris 1867 tournament where he tied for 7–8th (Ignatz von Kolisch won).
He became the first Cuban champion in 1860, and lost the title in 1862 match against Celso Golmayo Zúpide. Sicre lost all games to Paul Morphy, during his two visits in Havana in October 1862 and February 1864.
Claude Sicre writes the lyrics and raps, while Ange B (real name Jean-Marc Enjalbert) raps and acts as a human beatbox, producing a wide range of sounds (beats, scratches, trumpet, guitar etc.) solely with his mouth.
Bélibaste's Cathar community was demolished when the Inquisition sent Arnaud Sicre to infiltrate and inform on the group. Soon afterwards, Bélibaste, then Maury, were captured. In 1324 Maury was imprisoned and there is no record of him past this date.