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A cytoplasmic zinc finger protein (790 aa) that inhibits NFκB activity and TNF-mediated programmed cell death. The expression of the A20 mRNA is upregulated by TNFα. It is a dual function ...

Abstract Representation

Abstract Representation  

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Synthesis of Late-Modernism and Post-Modernism in which analogies, associations, ornament, and symbolism were subtly suggested rather than clearly quoted.Jencks (1983)
G. David Thompson

G. David Thompson  

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(b Peru, IN, 20 March 1899; d Pittsburgh, PA, 26 June 1965),businessman and collector. During the Depression Thompson gained control of several steel-manufacturing companies in Pittsburgh, whose ...
Jacqueline Casey

Jacqueline Casey  

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(b Quincy, MA, 20 April 1927; d Brookline, MA, 18 May 1992),graphic designer. Casey received a BFA and certificate in fashion design and illustration from the Massachusetts College of ...
Tony Cragg

Tony Cragg  

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(1949– )British sculptor. He was born in Liverpool, and after studying at the Royal College of Art he settled in Germany in 1977. In his early work he grouped fragments of rubbish, especially ...
Andrea Brustolon

Andrea Brustolon  

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(b Belluno, 20 July 1662; d Belluno, 25 Oct 1732).Italian sculptor and draughtsman. He worked almost exclusively in wood. In 1675 he may have executed a group of angels ...
Adrien Faizelot Delorme

Adrien Faizelot Delorme  

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(b Paris, c.1715–20; d after 1783).French cabinetmaker and dealer. He was the most famous member of a family of cabinetmakers; his father, François Faizelot Delorme (1691–1768), and his brothers ...
Beverly Pepper

Beverly Pepper  

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(b Brooklyn, NY, 20 Dec 1924),sculptor. She began her career as a commercial art director, then studied at the Pratt Institute and afterward at the Art Students League in ...
Joseph Yoakum

Joseph Yoakum  

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(b Ash Grove, MO, 20 Feb 1890; d Chicago, IL, 25 Dec 1972),painter of African, Cherokee, Creek and European ancestry. Although Yoakum claimed to have been born on a ...
Henry Walters

Henry Walters  

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(b Baltimore, MD, 20 Sept 1848; d New York, 30 Nov 1931),businessman and collector, son of William T. Walters. He succeeded his father in business. Though a resident of ...
John Goddard

John Goddard  

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(b Dartmouth, MA, 20 Jan 1723; d Newport, RI, 9 July 1785),cabinetmaker. His father, Daniel Goddard, a housewright, shipwright and carpenter, moved his family to Newport, RI, soon after ...
C. F. Goldie

C. F. Goldie  

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(b Auckland, 20 Oct. 1870; d Auckland, 11 July 1947).New Zealand painter, trained in Paris at the Académie Julian. He was brought up at a time when the Maori ...
Louisa Matthiasdottir

Louisa Matthiasdottir  

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(b Reykjavík, 20 Feb 1917; d Delhi, NY, 26 Feb 2000),Icelandic painter also active in the USA. Matthiasdottir's childhood was spent in a grand, isolated house on the outskirts ...
Manuel Ocampo

Manuel Ocampo  

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(b Quezón City, Philippines, 20 Feb 1965),painter and sculptor of Filipino birth. As a young man, Ocampo painted commissioned works for the Catholic Church, later developing an iconographic ...
Joe Overstreet

Joe Overstreet  

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(b Conehatta, MS, 20 June 1933),painter. Born in rural Mississippi, Overstreet grew up primarily in the Bay Area, California. Following some time in the Merchant Marines and in San ...
Josef Václav Myslbek

Josef Václav Myslbek  

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(b Prague, 20 June 1848; d Prague, 2 June 1922).The leading Czech sculptor of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He created numerous statues of national heroes in Prague, most notably the famous ...
aedicular frame

aedicular frame  

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The architectural, sometimes free-standing type of picture frame which evolved in Italy in the 14th century and was used in the Renaissance for altarpieces and devotional images. In structure it drew ...
t'a

t'a  

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Chinese name for a pagoda, probably derived from a stupa, and occurring in Chinoiserie decoration and buildings.
Gerard Edelinck

Gerard Edelinck  

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(bapt. Antwerp, 20 Oct. 1640; d Paris, 2 Apr. 1707).Flemish-born engraver who settled in Paris in 1666 and became a French citizen in 1675. He was the nephew-in-law of Nanteuil and like him was ...
George Esslemont Gordon Leith

George Esslemont Gordon Leith  

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(1885–1965).Eminent South African architect working in the Classical language established in that country by Herbert Baker for whom he worked. He was assistant architect to the Imperial War Graves ...
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art  

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(SFMOMA)The largest collection of 20th-century art in the USA apart from the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The museum was founded in 1935 and was originally called the San Francisco Museum of Art ...

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