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1943 – Born this year in Moscow, Russia as Jewish. 1967 – Graduated from the Moscow Institute of Polygraphy. 1972 – 1999 – Together with Melamid, some of their best known series and projects are: Sots Art series, Post-Art series, Ancestral Portraits series, Nostalgic Socialist Realism series, Diary series, Anarchistic Synthesism series, Most-Wanted series, Monumental ..

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1863 – Oliver Herford was born. 1906 – He wrote and illustrated the "Little Book of Bores".          – He also wrote short poems like "The Chimpanzee" and "The Hen", as well as writing and illustrating 1904 – "Rubaiyat of a Persian Kitten". 1917 – "Cynic’s Calendar". 1930 – "Excuse It Please". 1935 – ..

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1880 – Daniel Garber, born on the 11th of April in North Manchester, Indiana. He was an American landscape painter and member of the art colony at New Hope, Pennsylvania. He is best known today for his large impressionist scenes of the New Hope area, in which he often depicted the Delaware River. 1899 – ..

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1802– born at Villers-Cotteret (north of france) 1829– his first piece of theater "Henri 3 et sa cour" which was played many times After that he became friend of romantiques like Victor Hugo Chapters of his storyes published in newspaper 1844– with his brilliant " Le Comte de Monte-Cristo " he became famous After that ..

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1824 – Richard Doyle, the son of the cartoonist, John Doyle, was born in London on September this year. He was a notable Victorian illustrator. 1839 – Educated at home by his father he began having work published at the age of fifteen. 1840 – He produced an illustrated journal of the events that took ..

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1792 – Born on the 27th of September. 1835 – His social caricatures of British life for popular publications such as The Comic Almanack. 1842 – Omnibus.          – The best known of these are The Bottle, 8 plates, with its sequel.          – The Drunkard’s Children, 8 plates , with the ambitious ..

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1892 – Dean Cornwell was born. Cornwell established himself as one of America’s leading illustrators and a mural painter. He worked for various magazines including Cosmopolitan and Good Housekeeping. 1922 – He was a president of the Society of Illustrators. 1927 – Was a member of the Dutch Treat Club. 1947 – He returned to ..

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1917 – Born in Brooklyn, New York on the 6th of  August. 1944 – She met and married Guy Murchie and had two children. 1949 – She later divorced, and remarried Charles Talbot Porter in July 1949 and had two more children. 1980 – She picked the other Caldecott in 1980 for Ox-Cart Man, she ..

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1967 – Born on October 19th in Plains, Georgia. Daughter of President Jimmy Carter. 1977 – She was 9 when her parents moved into the White House in January. 1987 – Ms. Carter went to Brown University, where she again stepped into the media limelight.          – Has been dismissed from Brown University for ..

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1899 – Born on the 9th of December. 1934 – The Story of Babar. New York: Harrison Smith and Robert Haas.          – The Travels of Babar. New York: Harrison Smith and Robert Haas. 1935 – Babar the King. New York: Harrison Smith and Robert Haas. 1936 – A.B.C. of Babar. New York: Random ..

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