Mohie El Din

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El Greco - Art - Suggested Byzantine Affinities
... the 20th century, scholars have debated whether El Greco's style had Byzantine origins ... Certain art historians had asserted that El Greco's roots were firmly in the Byzantine tradition, and that his most individual characteristics derive directly from the art of his ancestors, while ... scholarly works of the second half of the 20th century devoted to El Greco reappraise many of the interpretations of his work, including his supposed Byzantinism ...
Playoffs - Association Football - Netherlands
... round of the UEFA Europa League (EL the new name of the UEFA Cup from 2009–10 onward) and the number four goes to the third qualification round of the EL ... receives a ticket for the second qualification round of the EL ...
El Greco - Art - Technique and Style
... subjective character of creation was a fundamental principle of El Greco's style ... El Greco discarded classicist criteria such as measure and proportion ... the imitation of color to be the greatest difficulty of art." — El Greco, from notes of the painter in one of his commentaries ...
Sherif Mohie El Din
... Sherif Mohie El Din (Arabic شريف محي الدين‎ b. 1964 surname also spelled Mohie Eldin or Mohieddin) is an Egyptian conductor and composer ... and productive composer of his generation, Mohie El Din has written two operas based on Egyptian contemporary novels, the latest on Naguib Mahfouz's novel Miramar ...
El Greco - Life - Early Years and Family
... or Candia (the Venetian name of Chandax, present day Heraklion) on Crete, El Greco was descended from a prosperous urban family, which had probably been driven out of Chania to Candia after an uprising against the ... El Greco's father, Geórgios Theotokópoulos (d ... El Greco's older brother, Manoússos Theotokópoulos (1531 – 13 December 1604), was a wealthy merchant and spent the last years of his life (1603–16 ...

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