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Peter Paul Rubens.

Peter Paul Rubens. I INTRODUCTION Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640), Flemish painter, considered the most important of the 17th century, whose style came to define the animated, exuberantly sensuous aspects of baroque painting (see Baroque Art and Architecture). Rubens created a vibrant style that combined the bold brushwork, luminous color, and shimmering light of the Venetian school...

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Titian.

Titian. I INTRODUCTION Titian (1477?-1576), the greatest 16th-century Venetian painter and the shaper of the Venetian coloristic and painterly tradition. He is one of the key figures in the history of Western art. Titian, whose name in Italian is Tiziano Vecellio, was born in Pieve di Cadore, north of Venice, by his own account in 1477;...

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Vincent van Gogh.

Vincent van Gogh. I INTRODUCTION Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), Dutch painter who exemplified the idea of artist as tortured genius. His paintings are characterized by thick brush strokes, brilliant colors, and jagged lines, through which Van Gogh expressed his emotional response to his subjects rather than providing an accurate description of them. As a result he

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Diego Velázquez (artist).

Diego Velázquez (artist). I INTRODUCTION Diego Velázquez (artist) (1599-1660), Spanish baroque artist (see Baroque Art and Architecture), who, with Francisco de Goya and El Greco, forms the great triumvirate of Spanish painting. Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez was born in Seville, the oldest of six children. Both his parents were from the lesser nobility. Between...

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Sir Christopher Wren.

Sir Christopher Wren. I INTRODUCTION Sir Christopher Wren (1632-1723), English architect, scientist, and mathematician, who is considered his country's foremost architect. His work, in a simple version of the baroque style, displayed great inventiveness in design and engineering. The Wren style strongly influenced English architecture in the Georgian period and its colonial version in America.

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Frank Lloyd Wright.

Frank Lloyd Wright. I INTRODUCTION Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959), American architect, considered one of the greatest figures of 20th-century architecture. However, both the man and his work were controversial during his lifetime. II LIFE Wright was born either in Richland Center, or in nearby Bear Valley, Wisconsin, and grew up largely under the...

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John Macdonald.

John Macdonald. I INTRODUCTION John Macdonald (1815-1891), first prime minister of the Dominion of Canada (1867-1873, 1878-1891). Macdonald was a practical politician whose deals and maneuvers made possible the creation of the Dominion of Canada and its territorial expansion across the continent. He survived political scandal to complete a program of nationbuilding that included policies of...

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Alexander Mackenzie.

Alexander Mackenzie. I INTRODUCTION Alexander Mackenzie (1822-1892), second prime minister of Canada (1873-1878). He succeeded Sir John Alexander Macdonald as prime minister in 1873 and was succeeded in turn by Macdonald five years later. His administration brought a brief interruption in Macdonald's program of nation-building. Scrupulously honest, Mackenzie had many virtues but was not a strong...

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Sir John Abbott.

Sir John Abbott. I INTRODUCTION Sir John Abbott (1821-1893), third prime minister of Canada (1891-1892). He was an able man, astute and steady as prime minister in a difficult political situation. He had no driving political ambition, was not identified with any notable policy, and neither aroused nor sought public enthusiasm. II LAW CAREER

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Sir John Thompson.

Sir John Thompson. I INTRODUCTION Sir John Thompson (1845-1894), fourth prime minister of Canada (1892-1894). Thompson was known for his loyalty and ability in defending Conservative Party government policies. However, he aroused no feelings of devotion within the party as first prime minister and founder of the Conservative Party Sir John A. Macdonald had inspired. As...

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Sir Mackenzie Bowell.

Sir Mackenzie Bowell. I INTRODUCTION Sir Mackenzie Bowell (1823-1917), fifth prime minister of Canada (1894-1896). He held office for 16 months, before a revolt within his Cabinet forced him to resign. With considerable force of character but no special capacity in administration, he was unable either to command the respect of his colleagues or to avoid...

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Sir Charles Tupper.

Sir Charles Tupper. I INTRODUCTION Sir Charles Tupper (1821-1915), sixth prime minister of Canada, (1896), became prime minister through the efforts of the cabinet ministers who resigned from the cabinet of Sir Mackenzie Bowell in 1896. No more successful than Bowell had been, Tupper was defeated by the Liberals under Wilfrid Laurier after only ten weeks...

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Wilfrid Laurier.

Wilfrid Laurier. I INTRODUCTION Wilfrid Laurier (1841-1919), seventh prime minister of Canada (1896-1911). Laurier was the first French Canadian to attain the post of prime minister. Laurier was an excellent speaker in both French and English, and he bridged the divisions between French-speaking and English-speaking Canadians to build a strong Liberal Party reflecting common national interests....

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Sir Robert Borden.

Sir Robert Borden. I INTRODUCTION Sir Robert Borden (1854-1937), eighth prime minister of Canada (1911-1920). Borden led the Canadian government during the critical years of World War I (19141918), when Canada was coming to political and economic maturity. His broad vision and sound judgment made him an effective leader in these difficult years. He was often...

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Arthur Meighen.

Arthur Meighen. I INTRODUCTION Arthur Meighen (1874-1960), ninth prime minister of Canada, (1920-1921, 1926). Meighen became prime minister at the age of 46. As adviser to Sir Robert Laird Borden during World War I (1914-1918) he pushed through Parliament many of Borden's most important programs. One of these programs, a bill establishing conscription, or compulsory enrollment...

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W. L. Mackenzie King. I INTRODUCTION W. L. Mackenzie King (1874-1950), tenth prime

W. L. Mackenzie King. I INTRODUCTION W. L. Mackenzie King (1874-1950), tenth prime minister of Canada (1921-1926, 1926-1930, 1935-1948). King was the leader of Canada's Liberal Party from 1919 to 1948. On his retirement he had held office longer than any other prime minister in the British Commonwealth, and under his leadership, Canada became a participant...

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Richard Bennett.

Richard Bennett. I INTRODUCTION Richard Bennett (1870-1947), 11th prime minister of Canada (1930-1935). Bennett had the misfortune of holding office during the worst of the Great Depression, the hard times of the 1930s. Successful as a lawyer and businessman, he was an administrator of great decisiveness and a forceful speaker. However, he was hottempered, blunt, and...

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Louis Stephen St.

Louis Stephen St. Laurent. I INTRODUCTION Louis Stephen St. Laurent (1882-1973), 12th prime minister of Canada (1948-1957). St. Laurent, known as Uncle Louis, was more distinctly Canadian than any of the country's other prime ministers. His mixed French-speaking and English-speaking background reflected Canada's bilingual heritage and brought him the confidence of other Canadians. During his years...

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John Diefenbaker.

John Diefenbaker. I INTRODUCTION John Diefenbaker (1895-1979), 13th prime minister of Canada (1957-1963). Diefenbaker was the first Conservative prime minister in 22 years. He became interested in politics in early life, but for 15 years he was beaten at the polls every time he tried to win a local or national office. However, Diefenbaker developed into...

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Lester Pearson.

Lester Pearson. I INTRODUCTION Lester Pearson (1897-1972), 14th prime minister of Canada (1963-1968). Pearson took office in 1963, with a minority in the Canadian House of Commons. He approached the political process with an idealism that was strongly tempered by practicality. He approached problems cautiously, gathering as much background information as he could, then acting decisively....

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Pierre Elliott Trudeau.

Pierre Elliott Trudeau. I INTRODUCTION Pierre Elliott Trudeau (1919-2000), 15th prime minister of Canada (1968-1979, 1980-1984). Trudeau became prime minister on April 20, 1968, succeeding Lester B. Pearson, who had resigned as leader of the Liberal Party and as prime minister earlier that month. Soon after taking office, Trudeau called a general election and won a

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Joe Clark.

Joe Clark. I INTRODUCTION Joe Clark, born in 1939, 16th prime minister of Canada (1979-1980). Clark became prime minister on June 4, 1979, succeeding Pierre Elliott Trudeau after the defeat of Trudeau's Liberal government in the general election of May 1979. Clark became leader of the Progressive Conservative Party in 1976 and was the first Conservative...

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John Napier Turner.

John Napier Turner. John Napier Turner, born in 1929, 17th prime minister of Canada (1984). Turner was elected leader of the Liberal Party and assumed the office of prime minister on the retirement of Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau. Born in Richmond, England, in 1929, Turner came to Canada at the age of three, following the death of...

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Brian Mulroney.

Brian Mulroney. I INTRODUCTION Brian Mulroney, born in 1939, 18th prime minister of Canada (1984-1993). Mulroney, who led the Progressive Conservative Party to election victories in 1984 and 1988, was prime minister during a particularly difficult period in Canada's history. His government had to deal with persistently large budget deficits, economic recession, and the threat to...

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Kim Campbell.

Kim Campbell. Kim Campbell, born in 1947, 19th prime minister of Canada (1993) and first woman to hold the office. Born Avril Phaedra Campbell in Port Alberni, British Columbia, she adopted the name Kim as a teenager. Campbell received degrees in political science (1969) and law (1983) from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. She also studied...

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