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New Tan RV Motorhome Swivel Recliner Captians Chair

New Tan RV Motorhome Swivel Recliner Captians Chair

What a recliner! This is a new style, that comes with an extra thick cushion! This measures 60" length x 36" (arm width)x 41 1/2" tall. The back is 32" tall and the seat is 22" deep x 21" across. It reclines to many positions and settles where you choose. Notice the continuance to the footrest. This swivels, reclines and looks sleek. These do not rock...I interpret coloring as more of a light tan color. They are made with leatherette which is an upholstery vinyl. Although these are used mostly in homes, many, many customers use these in their RV's and trailers. These do not rock, but do spin completely around to view any direction! They do fit through the doorway in order to be assembled inside. Note: These do not bolt to the floor of RV Motorhomes or Trailers. This item comes unassembled and some assembly is required.

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Paris - Musée d'Orsay: Eugène Delacroix's Chasse aux lions

Paris - Musée d'Orsay: Eugène Delacroix's Chasse aux lions

Eugene Delacroix's 1854 Chasse aux lions (The Lion Hunt) was sketched for the director of the Fine Arts Department, who asked him to execute "a painting, first submitting the subject and the sketch to me for approval." He chose to rework a theme he had been thinking about since 1847, when he had admired engravings after Rubens' paintings The Hunts. The sketch was for the large definitive painting delivered in 1855, which was severely damaged during a fire in the Musee de Bordeaux in 1870.

In this preparatory work, Rubens' influence is also noticeable in the composition structured by colour rather than drawing. The terse, rapid brushstrokes in which we can feel the artist's hand, translate the turmoil of the scene and the ardour of the painter. Although the iconographic elements are difficult to identify, we can make out a rearing horse in the centre. In the inextricable, violent fray, the animals' bodies spin in a whirl constructed with the three primary colours: blue, red, yellow, in which the warm colours dominate. The colour harmony of the final work prompted Baudelaire to write: "Never have more beautiful, more intense colours been channelled through the eyes to the soul".

The critics were often hostile, reproaching Delacroix for his extravagant colour and incomprehensible composition. Although he was the quintessential Romantic painter, Delacroix is here acting as a precursor. Through the emphasis on masses of colour and the expressiveness of the tumult, it could be argued that a sketch such as this heralds the expressive use of colour characteristic of many of the founders of modern painting.

The Musee d'Orsay (The Orsay Museum), housed in the former railway station, the Gare d'Orsay, holds mainly French art dating from 1848 to 1914, including paintings, sculptures, furniture, and photography, and is probably best known for its extensive collection of impressionist masterpieces by popular painters such as Monet and Renoir. Many of these works were held at the Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume prior to the museum's opening in 1986.

Clifton Wingates

Clifton Wingates

In contrast to homes that have now found uses as schools, churches, and other institutions, Clifton Wingates has remained a private home. It next belonged to Eugene Houdry, a French chemist who chose the name Le Mesnil, the Little Farm, for the house. Houdry owned it from 1937 until his death in 1962. His neighbors brought zoning infringement charges against him for using his garage for manufacturing purposes. Actually he was conducting experiments like those that had led to his discovery of the catalytic cracking of oil into gasoline and the first unleaded high-octane gasoline, Blue Sunoco, which Sun Oil placed on the market in 1927. J. Howard Pew, the president of Sun Oil, had brought him from France to work at the plant, and perhaps Pew helped Houdry find such a fine home so close to his own.

The next owner of the house was Mike Douglas of television fame. He conducted a talk show that had originated in Cleveland in 1961 and was nationally syndicated two years later. He moved to Philadelphia in 1965 and conducted the Mike Douglas Show. He added a swimming pool to the property.

In late 1979 Teddy Pendergrass, a black recording artist, purchased the estate. By the age of thirty he had to his credit five platinum records (for topping the million mark in sales) and had earned nationwide stardom. His application to Lower Merion Township, subsequently granted, for authority to split the thirteen acres (on which his house now stands) into three properties was strongly contested by the half dozen or so neighbors who also lived on Crosby Brown Road. Unfortunately a tragic automobile accident in March 1982 may have cut short his career. "Teddy Bear" was his popular nickname among his many women adorers. The mansion, which had been decorated with handsome mahogany furniture by the Crosby Browns and with French antiques by the Houdrys, was now filled, according to Ebony magazine in 1979, with three hundred to four hundred stuffed teddy bears, all gifts of his devoted followers.

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The Pastor: A Memoir

If anyone knows how to be a pastor in the contemporary context that person is Eugene Peterson. Eugene possesses the rare combination of a pastors heart and a pastors art. Take and read!; (Richard J. Foster, author of Celebration of Discipline ) Ive been nagging Eugene Peterson for years to write a memoir. In our clamorous, celebrity-driven, entertainment culture, his life and words convey a quiet whisper of sanity, authenticity, and, yes, holiness. (Philip Yancey, author of What Good is God ) A good book for folks who like pastors. And a good book for folks who dont. The Pastor is the disarming tale of one of the unlikely suspects who has helped shape North American Christianity.(Shane Claiborne author of The Irresistible Revolution ) More than a gifted writer, Eugene Peterson is a voice calling upon the churches to recover the vocation of the pastor in order to experience the renewing of their faith in the midst of an increasingly commercialized, depersonalized, and spiritually barren land. (Dale T. Irvin, President, New York Theological Seminary ) Eugene Peterson excavates the challenges and mysteries regarding pastors and church and gives me hope for both. This a must read for every person who is or thinks they are called to be a pastor and for every person who has one. (William Paul Young, author of The Shack )

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