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  John Curry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Curry (born 9 September 1949 in Birmingham, England, died 15 April 1994 in Binton) was a British figure skater who won the Olympic and World Championships in 1976.
Curry's father died when he was 16; he then moved to London to study with Arnold Gerschwiler, who coached him to his first British title in 1971.
Curry was reportedly a difficult person to get along with, and a dispute with the business managers of his company forced it to suspend operations in the mid-1980s.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/John_Curry   (441 words)

 channel4.com - Real Lives - John Curry
However, it was John Curry – a ground-breaking figure skater whose own brilliant career was dogged by professional failure and personal tragedy – who was responsible for the rise of this new form.
Born in 1949, John Curry was a dance enthusiast from an early age: he had wanted to take ballet classes when he was five years old, but his father refused.
John's return to London in 1984, using a rink hastily created for the occasion in the Albert Hall, was a critical and commercial triumph.
www.channel4.com /history/microsites/R/real_lives/curry.html   (1039 words)

Curry's painting, Sanctuary, was inspired by a disastrous flood of the Kaw River in 1929 near Lawrence, Kansas.
Curry witnessed the effects of this tragedy, which apparently left an indelible impression on his mind.
Curry produced numerous versions of this same motif, including pencil and pen sketches, watercolors, and lithographs, almost down to the time of his death.
www.butlerart.com /pc_book/pages/john_steuart_curry_1897.htm   (619 words)

 Cool Things, Curry's Statehouse Studies, Kansas State Historical Society
In 1937, artist John Steuart Curry was asked to return to Kansas to cover the interior walls of the Topeka capitol with scenes from the state's history.
John Steuart Curry was born on November 14, 1897, in the small northeastern Kansas town of Dunavent.
Curry would later hear these arguments repeated in 1941 as he finished "The Tragic Prelude" and "Kansas Pastorale," murals adorning the east and west second-floor corridors of the capital building.
www.kshs.org /cool2/curry.htm   (1096 words)

 John Steuart Curry
Curry planned the murals as a three-act conception: the settlement of Kansas including the Conquistadores, the plainsmen, and John Brown; the life of the homesteader; and pastoral prosperity, including modern Kansas with its farms and its industry.
Amidst conflicts, controversy and criticism, Curry completed the murals in the summer of 1942 and considered the paintings to be his greatest work.
Curry, who along with Iowa's Grant Wood and Missouri's Thomas Hart Benton made up America's great triumverate of Regionalist painters, was born on November 14, 1897, at Dunavant, Kanasas and died in Wisconsin on August 29, 1946.
www.kshs.org /portraits/curry_john.htm   (257 words)

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Sherrod Curry, was born on December 10, 1824 in Conecuh County, Alabama.
Issac Alexander Curry, was born in 1849, in Pike County, Alabama.
Joshua Caloway Curry, was born in 1850, in Alabama.
members.aol.com /BRWhaley/CCurry.htm   (2450 words)

 John Steuart Curry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
John Steuart Curry was hailed in 1934 by Time Magazine as one of the three leading Regionalist American artists of his time.
John Steuart Curry, Thomas Hart Benton of Missouri and Grant Wood of Iowa, together with hundreds of lesser-known regionalist artists, presented the virtues o f the Midwest landscape, common people, farms and the fertile land.
Curry began his studies at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1916, but by 1918 had moved to Pennsylvania where he remained until he was hired by Harvey Dunn to be an illustrator for his magazine.
www.wbartmuseum.com /artists/curry.htm   (160 words)

 John Steuart Curry: Inventing the Middle West; essay by Patricia Junker
Curry's John Brown, painted in 1937-1939 as part of his ambitious mural program for the Kansas Statehouse, is the artist's most moving and memorable historical image.
Curry was not a member of the university's art facility; he was not employed to teach art to university students.
Curry's experience in Wisconsin enabled him to put into practice what he had long advocated in theory: that art should be made relevant to the daily lives of rural men and women.
www.tfaoi.com /aa/5aa/5aa191b.htm   (953 words)

 John Curry
Curry is widely considered the purest male skater in living memory.
Curry, who was diagnosed with Aids in 1991, died April 15 at his home in England.
Curry, who was elected to the World Figure Skating Hall of Fame in 1991 was diagnosed with Aids that year and died three years later at the age of 44...
www.queertheory.com /histories/c/curry_john.htm   (587 words)

 Aeronautics - John F. Curry
As Gen. Curry stated, “Without such a plan [as CAP], there might be no private aviation for the duration of the war; with such a plan, there is a chance that private flying might continue and develop.” Under Curry's guidance, wings were formed in every state.
Again, in Curry's words, “There must be no doubt in the minds of our gallant women fliers that they are needed and, in my opinion, indispensable to the full success of the CAP organization.
Curry's organizational skills were influential in determining the future growth of this new resource.
www.allstar.fiu.edu /aero/curry.htm   (604 words)

 Worcester Art Museum - Collective Images: The Sketchbooks of John Steuart Curry
Curry was raised on a Kansas farm and sketched what he knew best; livestock, pastures, cowboys and tornadoes recurred as themes throughout his work.
In 1936, Curry became the nation's first artist-in-residence, appointed by the College of Agriculture at the University of Wisconsin, Madison to promote art in the rural farming communities.
Although Curry achieved recognition for his abilities as a painter and printmaker, he never forgot his first interest in illustration, and drawing remained his passion throughout his life.
www.worcesterart.org /Exhibitions/Past/curry.html   (497 words)

 Online NewsHour: John Steuart Curry-- August 13, 1998
ELIZABETH FARNSWORTH: John Steuart Curry, shown here in a 1937 self-portrait, was a Kansas farm boy who moved East and became a well-known painter, but he remained obsessed with the world he'd left behind.
Curry was born in 1897 in this house in Northeastern Kansas, not too far from where John Brown had murdered five pro-slavery men 40 years before.
John Brown, whose activity in Kansas really led eventually to his activity at Harper's Ferry, and his work was prelude to the Civil War, and this was-he is not to Kansans a heroic figure but really the figure that led to this fratricide that was the Civil War.
www.pbs.org /newshour/bb/entertainment/july-dec98/curry_8-13.html   (1976 words)

 UC COOP - John W. Schwenker to receive the John A. Curry Employer Award
John W. Schwenker of GE Aircraft Engines in Cincinnati, Ohio was recently chosen to receive the John A. Curry Employer Award, given by the World Association for Cooperative Education (WACE).
John’s award will be presented to him by WACE at the World Conference, held this August in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
John’s involvement in the ICP opened the door for additional students to be sent on international assignments to CIAT, a GEAE partner in Querétaro, Mexico, and GE Engine Services in Chiba, Japan.
www.uc.edu /propractice/schwenker.htm   (924 words)

 Gift from artist's wife makes Beach Museum's holdings of John Steuart Curry works the largest in the nation, June 20, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
John Steuart Curry was born in Dunavant, Kan., in 1897, to a family of hardworking Presbyterian farmers.
Curry studied in Paris from 1926-27, returning to the United States to paint "Baptism in Kansas." The painting was purchased in 1928 by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney for her new museum of American art in New York City.
Curry's first Kansas exhibition, which traveled to Kansas City, Topeka, Manhattan and Wichita during 1931-32, was because of efforts by William Allen White, the famous Kansas newspaper editor, and Maynard Walker of the Ferargil Gallery in New York City, a noted Kansas-born art dealer.
www.newss.ksu.edu /WEB/News/InView/62002artwork.html   (772 words)

 Peavey - Artists: John Curry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Combining the aggressive spirit of hard rock with a resonating dual-guitar attack, goneblind have given birth to a sound that is both loud and soft, heavy and melodic, menacing and glorious.
Curry, who was adopted by the band after a year of solo acoustic performances, likes to describe their sound as “AM Rock- aggressive and melodic.
Channeling this collective energy along with CurryÂ’s fractured testimonies and blood curdling screams are lead guitarist Aristides, who hammers out bludgeoning guitar blasts, and a relentless rhythm section comprised of drummer Mark Archer and bassist Mitch Burman.
www.peavey.com /artists/browse.cfm/action/info/artist/82/curry.cfm   (261 words)

This was bitterly attacked by Walter Harris in a volume published in Dublin, 1752, and in reply Curry published his "Historical Memoirs", afterwards enlarged and published (1775) under the title "An Historical and Critical Review of the Civil Wars in Ireland".
This is his best work; a new edition of it, enlarged from Curry's manuscript, was published by Charles O'Connor of Belnagare, in 2 volumes (Dublin, 1786), and in one volume (Dublin, 1810).
Curry took a prominent part in the struggle of the Irish Catholics for the repeal of the Penal Laws and was one of the founders of the (Irish) Catholic Committee which met in Essex Street, 1760.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/04573c.htm   (276 words)

 John Curry Player Profile Prospect   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
With six points in the first six games, including a two goal effort against Notre Dame, Curry appeared to be on the fast-track to stardom as a freshman.
However, inconsistency and effort issues kept Curry out of the line-up as the season progressed.
Curry has a large frame that can stand to carry a few more pounds, especially for his physical style of game.
www.hockeysfuture.com /prospect.php?pid=4059   (216 words)

 John Curry --  Britannica Student Encyclopedia
British figure skater John Curry, who won European, Olympic, and World figure-skating titles in a single year, 1976, became known as the “Nureyev of the ice” for his graceful athleticism and innovative choreography derived from classical ballet.
John Anthony Curry was born on Sept. 9, 1949, in Birmingham, England.
Learn about the Presidency of John Adams, who was the second man to hold the office of U.S. President and the first to occupy the newly constructed White House.
www.britannica.com /ebi/article-9310898?tocId=9310898   (572 words)

 AllRefer.com - John Steuart Curry (American Art, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Dunavant, Jefferson co., Kans. He spent his youth on his father's farm.
In addition to his oil paintings he is well known for his murals, such as those in the Dept. of Justice Building in Washington, D.C., and the statehouse in Topeka, Kans.
See L. Schmeckebier, John Steuart Curry's Pageant of America (1943).
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/C/Curry-Jo.html   (228 words)

 John Steuart Curry (1897 - 1946) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
In 1930’s, Curry became a leading figure of the Regionalism movement and was commissioned to produce several murals, the most notable of which were located in Topeka, Kansas.
John Sartain, Portrait of John A. Sutter, 1850
John James Audubon, Douglass" Squirrel, a study for pl. 48 ofViviparous Quadripeds of North America by John James Audubon and Rev. John Bachman (New York: John James Audubon, 1845-1848), circa 1843
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 John Steuart Curry: Inventing the Middle West, at the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum
John Steuart Curry was, with Grant Wood and Thomas Hart Benton, one of the three leading painters identified as Regionalists and known today for their canvases celebrating the rural Midwest.
Despite Curry's successes in the 1930s, his many memorable paintings now in museum collections, and a few notable efforts made in recent years to bring his work once again to public attention, he has never before received broad scholarly attention.
Curry developed as a painter during the period defined by the Great Depression and America's entry into World War II, a time of great social upheaval.
www.tfaoi.com /newsmu/nmus5d.htm   (554 words)

 John F. Curry
According to General Russelll, the picture indicates the spelling as "Spatz" and dates prior to his adding an a to improve the odds on strangers' correct pronunciation.
Curry was a member of this graduating class and may be seen in the top row, first on the left.
Major General John F. Curry died in Fitzimmons General Hospital in Denver March 3, 1973, a few weeks before he would have been 87 years of age.
www.rcooper.0catch.com /ecurry.htm   (732 words)

 Kansas State Collegian: Widow donates John Curry work to Beach art museum 06/26/02   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Kathleen Curry, widow of John Steuart Curry, willed a collection of her husband's sketches, watercolors and lithographs to the Beach art museum upon her death in September 2001.
Although John Curry had a rocky relationship with Kansas because of criticisms of his murals in the Kansas statehouse, his wife decided to donate the collection after establishing friendships with Ruth Ann Wefald of the Friends of the Beach Museum and Don Lambert, K-State alumnus.
Wefald visited Curry at her home in Connecticut to discuss John Curry's artwork, as well as become friends with Kathleen Curry.
www.kstatecollegian.com /stories/062602/art_curryart.shtml   (376 words)

 Rainbow Ice - John Curry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
John Curry died of an AIDS-related heart attack in April, 1994, at the age of 44.
Zero Tollerance, Curry confirmed that he was gay at a 1976 press conference, and the information was published in a German tabloid, although it was not discussed widely at the time.
But about a year before his death, Curry gave an interview in which he attempted to demystify homosexuality and AIDS for the public.
www.plover.com /rainbowice/curryri.html   (221 words)

Certain judges did not approve of figure skater John Curry's style because he emphasized grace and artistic expression over athleticism.
Curry defended his skating as being in the tradition of Olympic figure skating pioneer Gillis Grafström.
This remains the highest point total in the history of men's figure skating and Curry won a clear victory.
www.olympic.org /uk/athletes/heroes/bio_uk.asp?PAR_I_ID=76743   (105 words)

 John Steuart Curry Online
John Steuart Curry at the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. Circus Elephants, 1932
John Steuart Curry at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington D.C. Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas
All images and text on this John Steuart Curry page are copyright 1999-2005 by John Malyon/Artcyclopedia, unless otherwise noted.
www.artcyclopedia.com /artists/curry_john_steuart.html   (286 words)

 John Steuart Curry --  Encyclopædia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Curry studied at the Kansas City Art Institute and School of Design and the Art Institute of Chicago.
More results on "John Steuart Curry" when you join.
Founded in Boston in 1879 by Samuel Silas Curry and Anna Baright Curry, it moved to suburban Milton in 1952.
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9028275?tocId=9028275   (665 words)

 Tornado Over Kansas - John Steuart Curry
John Steuart Curry was born in 1897 in the state of Kansas, in the house that you see in the painting, "Tornado Over Kansas".
People were not painting about this subject at the time, but a wealthy woman saw it.
She liked it so well that she told Curry that she would support him financially.
www.gardenofpraise.com /art13.htm   (327 words)

Curry said he agreed to time his departure so he could take part in a
Curry, who has been at USC for 16 years, said his time here has been
Curry, who received his B.A. in 1963 and M.A. in 1964 from West
www.usc.edu /uscnews/stories/94.html   (332 words)

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