A SET OF TWELVE GEORGE III MAHOGANY DINING-CHAIRS By John Linnell Each with a waved foliate-carved toprail with a patera at each end, above a pierced interlaced acanthus-enriched splat, the padded seat covered in close-nailed red leather, on beaded and patera-carved channelled square legs joined by stretchers, restorations, two splats and one toprail replaced
John Sidney Linnell (born June 12, 1959, New York, New York) is an American musician, known primarily as one half of Brooklyn, New York alternative rock duo They Might Be Giants. In addition to singing and songwriting, he plays accordion, baritone and bass saxophone, clarinet, and keyboards for the group.
Linnell and Flansburgh went their separate ways after graduating high school, with the former joining the little-known Rhode Island new wave band the Mundanes; however, in both relocated to Brooklyn, NY, where they began writing and recording as They Might Be Giants.With their silly, catchy pop songs and wacky videos, the duo emerged as cult favorites in the wake of their self-titled
Maagang buhay. Si John Linnell ay ipinanganak sa New York City, sa ama na si Zenos Linnell, isang psychiatrist, at ina na Kathleen. Noong bata pa si Linnell, ang Walt Kelly's Songs of the Pogo album ay gumawa ng isang malakas na impresyon sa kanyang mga sensasyong pangmusika. Ang album ay naglalaman ng mga lyrics na lubos na nakasalig sa mga puns at pag-play ng salita, na …
[Boston Globe] - “And I thought, Who?” At the time, he was listening a lot to the album “State Songs,” an attempt by John Linnell of They Might Be Giants to write a song for every state in the nation. The combination set off a brainstorm. Bayiates came up with the
John Linnell ( ): The Linnell firm was created in by William Linnell (c.1703–63), and John Linnell joined his father in the business in The firm was based in London, but moved premises in 1750, from 8 Long Acre in St. Martin’s Lane to 28 Berkeley Square in the West End.
JOHN LINNELL. Born in London, John Linnell was a landscape artist, portrait painter, and engraver. He was admired by John Ruskin and in the early nineteenth century was considered a rival to John Constable.Linnell was later overshadowed by his protegé and future son-in-law Samuel Palmer, but his naturalistic working landscapes, such as Kensington Gravel Pits, are now celebrated for their ...
· John Linnell (1792–1882) is perhaps best known now as a patron and supporter of William Blake in his later years. In his day, he was a successful and prosperous painter, of the generation after JMW Turner, John Constable, and James Ward.He made a good living from portraiture, but his most significant genre was the landscape.
Autograph Letter Signed, to Tom Taylor, the editor of Punch, extending an invitation, incorporating a sketch map of the route from Red Hill Station to his house. 2 pp. 6 x 4 inches, with Taylor’s draft reply on verso. Red Hill, 14 June John Linnell ( ), portrait and landscape painter.