Famous People with Name Balthasar

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Famous People with Name Balthasar

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Balthasar Russow     Balthasar Russow       Origin/Culture/Country: Russian

Balthasar Russow: was one of the most important Livonian and Estonian chroniclers. Russow was born in Reval (Tallinn). He was educated at an academy in Stettin (Szczecin) in Pomerania. He was the Lutheran pastor of the Estonian congregation at the Holy Spirit Church in Rev

Balthasar Klossowski De Rola     Balthasar Klossowski De Rola       Origin/Culture/Country: French

Balthasar Klossowski De Rola: known as Balthus was an esteemed Polish/French modern artist.Balthus's style is primarily classical and academic. Though his technique and compositions were inspired by pre-renaissance painters, there are also eerie intimations reminiscent of contemporary surrealists like de Chirico. Painting the figure at a time when figurative art was largely ignored, he is widely recognised as an important 20th century artist. His work shows numerous influences, including the writings of Emily Brontë, the writings and photography of Lewis Carroll, and the paintings of Masaccio, Piero della Francesca, Simone Martini, Poussin, Jean Etienne Liotard, Joseph Reinhardt, Géricault, Ingres, Goya, Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot, Courbet, Edgar Degas, Félix Vallotton and Paul Cézanne. His favourite composer was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Balthasar Klossowski     Balthasar Klossowski       Origin/Culture/Country: Polish

Balthasar Klossowski: was an esteemed but controversial Polish-French modern artist.Throughout his career, Balthus rejected the usual conventions of the art world. He insisted that his paintings should be seen and not read about, and he resisted any attempts made to build a biographical profile.Moving in 1933 into his first Paris studio at the Rue de Furstemberg and later another at the Cour de Rohan, Balthus showed no interest in modernist styles such as Cubism. His paintings often depicted pubescent young girls in erotic and voyeuristic poses. One of the most notorious works from his first exhibition in Paris was The Guitar Lesson (1934), which caused controversy due to its sexually explicit depiction of a girl arched on her back over the lap of her female teacher, whose hands are positioned on the girl as for playing the guitar: one near her exposed crotch, another grasping her hair. Other important works from the same exhibition included La Rue (1933), La Toilette de Cathy (1933) and Alice dans le miroir (1933).[

Balthasar De Monconys     Balthasar De Monconys       Origin/Culture/Country: French

Balthasar De Monconys: was a French diplomat, physician and a magistrate, who left a diary. Moncony, brought up in Lyon by the Jesuits and a good Catholic, had an interest in the Jesuit missions in infidel territory. He travelled to Portugal, England, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands. Moncony paid twice a visit to Delft and so could satisfy his curiosity about another hidden church and meet an artist with a growing reputation.[1] He was the only person, besides Pieter Teding van Berckhout, who met with Vermeer on August 11, 1663, and wrote down an eyewitness account of Vermeer's paintings, during Vermeer's lifetime.[2] Vermeer had no paintings to show and Moncony and his companions, clergyman from The Hague were steered to the baker Hendrick van Buyten. Moncony also visited Johannes Sibertus Kuffler in the same year.

Balthasar Schwarm     Balthasar Schwarm       Origin/Culture/Country: German

Balthasar Schwarm: is a West German former luger who competed from the early 1970s to the early 1980s. Competing in three Winter Olympics, he won the silver medal in the men's doubles event at Innsbruck in 1976. Schwarm also won two medals at the men's doubles event at the FIL World Luge Championships with a gold in 1979 and a bronze in 1977. He also won four medals in the men's doubles event at the FIL European Luge Championships with one gold (1977), one silver (1972), and two bronzes (1973, 1980).

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Balthasar as Last Name

Ramona Balthasar     Ramona Balthasar       Origin/Culture/Country: German

Ramona Balthasar: is a German rower, who competed for the SC Dynamo Berlin/ Sportvereinigung (SV) Dynamo. She won the medals at the international rowing competitions.[

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