Hirst may refer to:

In people:

  • Hirst (surname), a surname (including a list of people with the name)

In places:

  • Hirst, North Lanarkshire, a settlement in North Lanarkshire, Scotland
  • Hirst, Northumberland, a parish in Ashington, England

Other articles related to "hirst":

Thomas Hirst
... Thomas Henry Hirst (21 May 1865 – 3 April 1927) was an English first-class cricketer, who played against Somerset for Yorkshire County Cricket Club ... Hirst was born in Lockwood, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England, and was a right-handed batsman ... Hirst took a catch, but his right arm fast medium pace failed to take a wicket, while conceding 44 runs ...
Beautiful Inside My Head Forever - Auction - Hirst's Associates
... The Sunday Times said that three of Hirst's business colleagues, with an interest in ensuring his work maintained a high value, had "propped up" the ... Hirst's dealer in the United States, Larry Gagosian won one lot at £880,000, and made the second highest bid for another lot which sold for £10.3 million ... a co-founder of the Haunch of Venison gallery which trades in Hirst's art, underbid on two items and won two, including a cabinet at £1.3 million ...
Stuart Hirst Limited
... Stuart Hirst Limited is an advertising agency based in Leeds, UK ... The company was founded in 1919 by Stuart Hirst, who had worked for Yorkshire Post newspapers and saw an opportunity to improve the quality of his advertisers' ads and earn a living finding new advertisers for ... Stuart Hirst was acquired in 1963 by Cravens, a Newcastle-based advertising agency but the company continues to trade under the old name as well operating as Cravens' Leeds office ...
Beautiful Inside My Head Forever - Aftermath
... Telegraph said that Gagosian, who was said to have been displeased at Hirst's decision to sell new work at auction, did not include him in a major show in Moscow ... Since the auction, Hirst has implied that contemporary art is over-priced, including his own work, whose price he plans to reduce to take account of the recession ... renewed for 17 of the 22 assistants who manufacture pills for Hirst's series of drug cabinets, as well as another three who make butterfly paintings for him ...
List Of Plagiarism Controversies - In The Arts - Visual Arts
... In 2010, in The Jackdaw, Charles Thomson said there were 15 cases where Hirst had plagiarised other work ... Examples cited were Joseph Cornell who had created a similar piece to Hirst's Pharmacy in 1943 Lori Precious who had made stained-glass window effects from butterfly wings from 1994, a ... Thomson said that Hirst's spin paintings and installation of a ball on a jet of air were not original, since similar pieces had been made in the 1960s ...