Description : Traces the career of the nineteenth-century English art critic and painter, who associated with the Bloomsbury group, Picasso, and Bernard Shaw
Description : In the first decades of the twentieth century, the art critic Roger Fry introduced English-speaking audiences to modern French art and formalist aesthetic theory. A Roger Fry Reader, edited by Christopher Reed, brings together for the first time a comprehensive selection of Fry's essays. Most appear here for the first time since their original publication in scholarly journals and art magazines, while some have never been published before. Representing 40 years of engagement with the arts, the essays cover a broad spectrum of topics, from Fry's influential promotion of Post-Impressionism to art education, museums, architecture, decorative art, and the implications of literature and dance for the visual arts. Reed also provides valuable historical background and considers Fry's legacy for the present. A Roger Fry Reader affords an opportunity to examine both the foundations of modern art criticism from the point of view of one of its foremost practitioners and current debates about the nature ofart and aesthetic experience.
Description : The Fry site (33Lu165) was an Ottawa (Odawa) farmstead on the lower Maumee River of Ohio that existed A.D. 1814-1832. Excavations revealed an Ottawa bark burial with trade goods, a cabin or shack, and an animal pen or compound. The material culture consisted of a wide variety of Native and Euro-American manufactured artifacts, including trade silver. The bark burial with trade goods is dated A.D. 1780-1809, slightly earlier than the farmstead occupation. The farmstead is connected with the Roche de Boeuf and Wolf Rapids bands of Ottawa that were removed to Kansas Territory in 1832. The Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma are the descendants of these Maumee River Ottawa.
Description : "Stir-Fry" offers more than 150 kitchen-tested recipes with a wide variety of tastes, textures and colors. Among the many delicious selections in "Stir-Fry" you will find a special section that features more great ways to cook with a wok, soup-making and deep-frying. So, gather your ingredients and get ready to stir-fry. For family or when company's coming, now you can be ready to feed them in a flash!
Description : From her picture on the British _5 note to the numerous Elizabeth Fry Societies worldwide, Elizabeth Fry (1780D1845) is well known for her work for prison reform. But less well known is how her Quaker faith inspired this work, leading her to see the light within the impoverished and imprisoned. With Elizabeth Fry: A Quaker Life, noted Quaker historian Gil Skidmore has brought together Fry's essential writings--some previously unpublished--from her journals, letters, and published work into a single volume. The result is a rich portrait of the struggles and anxieties behind the public persona of this _Quaker saint._
Description : This easy-to-use book contains a wide variety of language arts assessments to help teachers of reading. The results of these assessments can determine what should be taught, measure progress, and suggest areas that might be causing difficulty in learning to read. Book jacket.
Description : Stir-Fries Are Filling And Wholesome One-Pan Dishes That Can Easily Replace Calorie-Packed Meals! They Are Usually Made By Tossing, Cooking Or Sautéing Chopped Vegetables, Fruits, Sprouts, Paneer Etc. In A Wok Or Pan, With Very Little Oil On A High Heat For A Very Short Time. Stir-Frying Is Essentially A Cooking Technique, And Contrary To The Misconception That Stir-Fries Are Synonymous With Thai Or Chinese Cooking, The Cooking Technique Can Be Applied Even To Our Own Subzis, Making Them Healthier And More Interesting In Taste, As You Can See From The Section On Indian Stir-Fries, Which Includes Recipes Like Kabuli Chana Stir-Fry, Sprouts Stir-Fry, Turai Stir-Fry And Rajma And Palak Stir-Fry. Stir-Fries Score High On The Health Factor. Since They Are Cooked Fast And With Very Little Oil, There Is Minimal Vitamin Loss. The Nutrients And Flavours Of The Ingredients Are Retained Just As The Colour And Texture Are Preserved.
Description : COOL MADNESS, The Trial of Dr. Mollie Fry and Dale Schafer is the riveting true story of a medical marijuana doctor undergoing a federal trial for the first time in history. The main character of Cool Madness is Dr. Marion Mollie Fry, a cancer survivor who learned about the benefits of medical marijuana while enduring chemotherapy and a double mastectomy. After recovering, Dr. Fry set up a practice in the small northern California town of Cool and began recommending medical marijuana to her patients in accordance with state law. However, California's medical marijuana laws are not recognized by the federal government, and this legal conflict put Dr. Fry's activities under the scrutiny of authorities. Law enforcement surveillance on her home led to a raid that netted a meager 34-plant garden in September 2001.