Horoscopes with Cupido in Aries
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Biography of Amédée Bollée (excerpt)
Amédée-Ernest Bollée (11 January 1844 – 20 January 1917) was a French bellfounder and inventor who specialized in steam cars. After 1867 he was known as "Amédée père" to distinguish him from his similarly named son, Amédée-Ernest-Marie Bollée (1867–1926).
Bollée was the eldest son of Ernest-Sylvain Bollée, a bellfounder and inventor who moved to Le Mans in 1842.
Biography of Suzanne Manet (excerpt)
Suzanne Manet, born Suzanne Leenhoff; 30 October 1829 – 8 March 1906) was a Dutch-born pianist and the wife of the painter Édouard Manet, for whom she frequently modeled.
An excellent pianist, Leenhoff was initially hired in 1851 by Manet's father, Auguste, as a piano teacher for Édouard and his brothers.
Biography of François-Théodore Legras (excerpt)
François-Théodore Legras, born December 27, 1839 in Claudon (Vosges) and died August 2, 1916 in Paris, is a French master glassmaker.
He participates in numerous national and international exhibitions where he is very often rewarded. He was also responsible for the glass and crystal section of the 1900 Universal Exhibition in Paris.
Biography of Isabella Bird (excerpt)
Isabella Lucy Bird, married name Bishop FRGS (15 October 1831 – 7 October 1904), was a nineteenth-century British explorer, writer, photographer, and naturalist.
With Fanny Jane Butler she founded the John Bishop Memorial hospital in Srinagar. She was the first woman to be elected Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.
Biography of Krisjanis Barons (excerpt)
Krišjānis Barons (October 31, 1835 – March 8, 1923) was a Latvian writer who is known as the "father of the dainas" (Latvian: "Dainu tēvs") thanks largely to his systematization of the Latvian folk songs and his labour in preparing their texts for publication in Latvju dainas.
Biography of Marcellin Desboutin (excerpt)
Marcellin Gilbert Desboutin (Cérilly 26 August 1823 – 18 February 1902 Nice) was a French painter, printmaker, and writer. Desboutin always signed himself Baron de Rochefort.
As a writer, Desboutin, besides Maurice of Saxony, is the author of a translation of Byron's Don Juan and of a drama performed in the late 1880s, Madame Roland.
Biography of Antonin Proust (excerpt)
Antonin Proust (10 March 1832 – 20 March 1905) was a French journalist and politician.
Antonin Proust was born at Niort, Deux-Sèvres. In the 1840s, Proust attended the Collège Rollin where he met lifelong friend Édouard Manet. In September 1850, Proust and Manet joined the studio of Thomas Couture for artistic training.
Biography of Matilda Betham-Edwards (excerpt)
Matilda Betham-Edwards (4 March 1836, in Westerfield, Ipswich – 4 January 1919, in Hastings) was an English novelist, travel writer and Francophile, and a prolific poet, who corresponded with several well-known English male poets of the day. In addition, she wrote a number of children's books.
Biography of Maria Elise Turner Lauder (excerpt)
Maria Elise Turner Lauder (pen name Toofie Lauder, also known as Maria Elise Turner de Touffe Lauder; 20 February 1833 – 1 June 1922) was a Canadian teacher, linguist, and author who travelled extensively in Europe.
She published novels and poetry, but mostly was known for writing about her travels.
Biography of Henry Bazin (excerpt)
Henri-Émile Bazin (20 October 1829 – 7 February 1917) was a French engineer specializing in hydraulic engineering.
Biography of Émile Amagat (excerpt)
Émile Hilaire Amagat (2 January 1841, Saint-Satur – 15 February 1915) was a French physicist. His doctoral thesis, published in 1872, expanded on the work of Thomas Andrews, and included plots of the isotherms of carbon dioxide at high pressures. Amagat published a paper in 1877 that contradicted the current understanding at the time, concluding that the coefficient of compressibility of fluids decreased with increasing pressure.
Biography of Anna Brassey (excerpt)
Anna "Annie" Brassey (née Allnutt), Baroness Brassey (7 October 1839 – 14 September 1887) was an English traveller and writer. Her bestselling book A Voyage in the Sunbeam, our Home on the Ocean for Eleven Months (1878) describes a voyage around the world.
Biography of Lucretia Garfield (excerpt)
Lucretia Garfield (née Rudolph; April 19, 1832 – March 13, 1918) was the first lady of the United States from March to September 1881, as the wife of James A. Garfield, the 20th president of the United States.
Born in Garrettsville, Ohio, Garfield first met her husband in 1849 at Geauga Seminary.
Biography of Constance Gordon-Cumming (excerpt)
Constance Frederica “Eka” Gordon-Cumming (26 May 1837 – 4 September 1924) was a noted Scottish travel writer and painter. Born in a wealthy family, she travelled around the world and painted described scenes and life as she saw them. She was a friend and influencer of the travel writers and artists Marianne North and Isabella Bird.
Biography of Robert Smalls (excerpt)
Robert Smalls (April 5, 1839 – February 23, 1915) was an American politician, publisher, businessman, and maritime pilot. Born into slavery in Beaufort, South Carolina, he freed himself, his crew, and their families during the American Civil War by commandeering a Confederate transport ship, CSS Planter, in Charleston harbor, on May 13, 1862, and sailing it from Confederate-controlled waters of the harbor to the U.
Biography of Edmond Bouty (excerpt)
Edmond Marie Léopold Bouty, born in Nant on January 12, 1846 and died in Paris on November 5, 1922, is a French physicist, professor at the Faculty of Sciences of Paris for 37 years.
His scientific work focuses mainly on magnetism and electricity.
Biography of Jean-Baptiste Édouard Bornet (excerpt)
Jean-Baptiste Édouard Bornet (September 2, 1828, Guérigny – December 18, 1911, Paris) was a French botanist. The standard author abbreviation Bornet is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name.
Bornet was elected a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in 1888.
Biography of Zacharie Astruc (excerpt)
Zacharie Astruc (20 February (not 23 February, a mistake from Wikipedia) 1833 in Angers – 24 May 1907 in Paris) was a French sculptor, painter, poet, and art critic.
He was an important figure in the cultural life of France in the second half of the 19th century, and participated in the first Impressionist exhibition of 1874 and also in the Exposition Universelle of 1900.