Synonyms for toutain or Related words with toutain
Examples of "toutain"
Selecciones Ilustradas (sometimes known as "S.I.") is a Spanish art agency founded by Josep
is a French surname. Notable people with the surname include:
(b. Vincennes, November 20, 1865 – d. Paris, January 18, 1961) was a French archeologist.
The Red Grass () is a 1950 novel by the French writer Boris Vian, published by Éditions
(born February 14, 1962 in Fourmies) is a retired French race walker. With a time of 3:40:57.9, achieved in 1996,
held the world record over 50,000 metres track walking until March 12, 2011, when Yohann Diniz broke it with a time of 3:35:27.
Following his artistic urges from an early age, Pierre
-Dorbec photographed and drew his family and his native countryside, Normandy. Throughout his career,
-Dorbec's photographic work has remained true to his original training. His photographs are primarily black and white, taken on traditional film. He maintains his own darkroom where he processes his film and silver gelatins himself.
-Dorbec so far has published over forty books and exhibited his photographs, drawings, sculptures, and paintings throughout Asia, Europe, America, and North Africa.
-Dorbec, (born 16 April 1951) in Orbec, Normandy, France is a Franco-American photographer, artist, author, and publisher whose work emphasizes a humanist perspective.
The son of the professor Henri
, he studied at the Lycée Charlemagne before entering the École Normale Supérieure in 1885.
died at the age of 95, in his apartment on the Rue du Four in the 6th arrondissement of Paris.
Miquette (French: Miquette et sa mère) is a 1934 French comedy film directed by Henri Diamant-Berger and André Gillois and Henri Rollan. It stars Blanche Montel, Michel Simon and Roland
In 1982, Altuna moved to Sitges in Spain, drawing stories for the Editorial
and short erotic stories for "Playboy". Since February 2005, he has contributed the comic strip "Familia Tipo" in the newspaper "El Periódico".
"El Víbora" was established in December 1979. The founders were a group of Spanish cartoonists led by Josep Maria Berenguer. Catalan comics publisher Josep
financed and helped the establishment of the magazine which was published by La Cúpula.
(October 18, 1905 - October 16, 1977) was a French actor, songwriter and stuntman. He appeared in 55 films between 1924 and 1957, both in leading and supporting roles.
From 1995 to 2003,
-Dorbec lived in France and Spain where he pursued personal projects, primarily sculpture and photography. In 2002, he became the director and curator of the International Museum for Photography, located in the ancient Chateau de Belcastel;
-Dorbec has received acclaim for his work in this capacity. In 2004, he moved to New Mexico commencing a project documenting the United States. Currently, he lives in Cannon Beach, Oregon, where he and his wife Claudia operate the Cannon Beach Hotel.
is known for playing the aviator André Jurieux in Jean Renoir's film "The Rules of the Game" (La Règle du jeu). The role fitted to him: Toutian was also an avid hobby aviator, as well as an acrobat. He first gained fame as an actor in the adventure film "The Mystery of the Yellow Room" and its sequel "The Perfume of the Lady in Black".
also appeared in Fritz Lang's "Liliom" (1934). His film career slowed down in the late 1940s and he made his final movie in 1956. He was good friends with fellow actor Jean Marais, who organized his funeral.
By the end of 1968, with the encouragement of his family
-Dorbec left home to pursue a career as a photographer. He began his career as photographer in Vietnam. From 1968 to 1995 Pierre worked as a war correspondent, for both Gamma and Sygma press agencies, and as a freelance photographer. His work focused mainly on Southeast Asia and North Africa. He covered his time in Vietnam and Cambodia with the Khmer Rouge (a collection of those photos are archived at Rutgers University). While in Burma he covered the problems of guerrillas fighting the government, like the Karen.
-Dorbec worked to draw attention to the problems of child abuse and child prostitution in Southeast Asia, and problematic laws which could result in children being incarcerated alongside their fathers. He paid particular attention to issues associated with illicit drugs, especially heroin.
-Dorbec advocated the importance of fair judicial treatment for foreigner in the courts. He worked for two years in Morocco from 1978 to 1979 for the King, photographing then-Crown Prince Sidi Mohammed and further documenting Morocco. King Hassan II has a large collection of his photographs. In India, he worked extensively on fiction regarding leprosy, religion and ancient cities.
-Dorbec lived and worked with the Dalai Lama in 1983–84, co-authoring two books with him. He also photographed old French traditions going back to the Middle Age (some of the stories are now part of museum collections, like the Musée des Traditions in Louviers, Normandy). He also worked for the movie industry.
The first "Starstruck" stories were printed in Spain starting in April 1982, in the anthology magazine "Ilustracion+Comix Internacional" #17. The magazine was an equivalent to "Metal Hurlant" and "Heavy Metal", printing countercultural science fiction and fantasy comics with adult themes and sexuality. Editor Josep
was an artist and artists agent representing the wave of Spanish talent who had rejuvenated Warren Publishing titles like" Vampirella" and "Creepy" in the mid-1970s; he ran the European branch of Warren, then took it over, and expanded into other imprints and graphic novels.
also reprinted innovative strips by American artists like Will Eisner, Richard Corben, and Howard Chaykin, and it was in his variation of Warren's Comix International that "Starstruck" made its debut.
The Rules of the Game (original French title: La Règle du jeu) is a 1939 French film directed by Jean Renoir. It features an ensemble cast of Nora Gregor, Paulette Dubost, Mila Parély, Marcel Dalio, Julien Carette, Roland
, Gaston Modot, Pierre Magnier and Renoir. The film is a comedy of manners that depicts members of upper-class French society and their servants just before the beginning of World War II, showing their moral callousness on the eve of impending destruction.
A professor at the École Normale Supérieure,
was president of the Academy of Sciences in Semur and director of excavations in Alésia until 1958. In addition to the excavations at Alésia, his research was on the history of Roman Africa, in particular on the area of modern-day Tunisia, and on the history of religions in the Roman Empire, in which he opposed the theories of Franz Cumont.
Aged 17, he showed his drawings to Manuel López Blanco, who hired him as assistant for his works for Ibergraf agency. After 1962, he shared a studio with Esteban Maroto and Adolfo Usero, executing war stories for Editorial Maga and the series Buck Jones. After a period working for the Selecciones Illustradas agency at Barcelona, in 1963 Giménez launched "El Gringo", a western series, for
; for the same publisher he also worked to several romantic comics books.
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