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Henry Redman, the English architect, died
He designed Lupert's Range (third side of the Eton School Yard), with Lupert's Tower, at Eton College -1528

Johannes Seiz
Johannes Seiz, the German architect and engineer, was born in Wiesentheid. -1717

Franz Werner von Tamm
Franz Werner von Tamm, the German painter most active in Italy, died in Vienna. -1724

Pierre-Joseph Redouté
Pierre-Joseph Redouté, the Flemish painter, illustrator, was born in St. Hubert. -1759

Christian Frederik Hansen
Christian Frederik Hansen, the Danish architect, died in Copenhagen. -1845

Louis (-Jacques-Mandé) Daguerre
Louis (-Jacques-Mandé) Daguerre, the French photographer, inventor, painter and stage designer, died in Bry -sur- Marne, Paris. -1851

Hans Ditlev Franciscus Linstow
Hans Ditlev Franciscus Linstow, the Norwegian of Danish Birth architect, died in Christiania (now Oslo). -1851

Helene (Sofia) Schjerfbeck
Helene (Sofia) Schjerfbeck, the Finnish painter, was born in Helsinki. -1862

Gustave Adolphe Simonau
Gustave Adolphe Simonau, the Belgian watercolourist and lithographer, died in Bussels, Belgium. -1870

Emiel (Leo Josephus) van Averbeke
Emiel (Leo Josephus) van Averbeke, the Belgian architect, was born in Antwerp. -1876

Otto Freundlich
Otto Freundlich, the German painter, sculptor and graphic artist, was born in Stolp. -1878

Georg H.Nicolai, the German architect, died
Nicolai studied architecture at the Dresden Academy under Joseph Thürmer and later in Munich under Friedrich von Gartner. Travels to Italy included stints in 1834-5 and 1839-40. He served as Hofbaumeister in Coburg from 1841-45 and established a private practice in Frankfurt am Main from 1845-48. In mid-summer 1850 he succeeded Gottfried Semper as Professor of the Bauatelier of the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts many months after Semper had participated in building a barricade in the May Uprising of the previous year. Nicolai brought a fine sensibility to the reinterpretation of Quattrocento-style Neorenaissance architecture in Dresden in his years at the Academy, and was an extremely popular teacher. Many of his students went on to distinguished careers in Saxony and beyond. Upon his death, his former pupil Constantin Lipsius (1832-1894) was named his replacement. -1881

Lloyd Goodrich
Lloyd Goodrich, the English painter American museum administrator, critic and art historian, was born in Nutley, NJ. -1897

Angel della Valle
Angel della Valle, the Argentine painter, died in Buenos Aires, Argentina. -1903

Mikolás Ales
Mikolás Ales, the Czech painter, illustrator and designer, died in Prague. -1913

H(endrik) W(illem) Mesdag
H(endrik) W(illem) Mesdag, the Dutch painter and collector, died in The Hague. -1915

Kenneth Kemble
Kenneth Kemble, the Argentine painter, critic and teacher, was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. -1923

Gérard Valcin
Gérard Valcin, the Haitian painter, was born in Port -au- Prince. -1927

Bernard Buffet
Bernard Buffet, the French painter, illustrator and printmaker, was born in Paris, France. -1928

Joseph Urban
Joseph Urban, the American architect, stage designer, interior designer and illustrator, died in New York. -1933

Lucien Pissarro
Lucien Pissarro, the French painter, printmaker and typographical designer, died in Hewood, Dorset. -1944

Manuel Rodríguez Lozano
Manuel Rodríguez Lozano, the Mexican painter, teacher and writer, died in Mexico City. -1971

ABC's Hugh Downs commented on the Brooklyn Museum of Art Controversy
that Mayor Rudolph Giuliani does not understand the First Amendment, freedom of expression. He stated that the Mayor may not like the exhibit but that is no reason for withholding public funds from the museum. He said it was "... a terrible danger that officialdom can control the content of any artistic expression." -1999

The Metropolitan Museum presented the exhibit "Rodin's Monument to Victor Hugo"
This loan exhibition comprises approximately 20 sculptures by Auguste Rodin, ranging from a small terracotta sketch to a life-size portrait in marble, as well as bronze castings, all relating to Rodin's Monument to Victor Hugo that was originally commissioned for the Panthéon in Paris. Although a plaster model for the work was a popular success in the Paris Salon of 1897, the completion of this version of the monument and its installation in the Panthéon never took place. A modified version of it in marble was erected in the gardens of the Palais Royal in Paris, where it stood until 1933. -1999


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