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There is a special rarity in the rare book collection of the Lenhardt Library, a work so unusual that you might have to travel to the Bibliothèque nationale in Paris to see another copy, because of its unique illustrations.

Its 48 plates are so beautiful that it meant that many copies were guillotined by print dealers to sell, one by one, this book's heart. Entitled Études de fleurs et de fruits: Peints d'après nature , this incredibly scarce work was created around 1820, the graphic effort of a Madame Vincent, who tellingly noted that her magnum opus is "dédié aux jeunes demoiselles."

Madame Henriette Vincent (1786-1830) was one of the most outstanding students of the one of the most famous French artists of the nineteenth century, Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759-1840). She excelled at creating paintings like Redouté, with fine detail and naturalistic touches. The coloring of her stipple engravings is superlative, rivaling her teacher. Madame Vincent represents the apex of women as artists in the first half of the nineteenth century. Her ability was her own, but her opportunities were created by other women, working in the eighteenth century, to make art by women more acceptable.

Drawing flowers was seemingly always an activity acceptable to girls and young ladies. To move from art as a hobby to a profession was difficult, although there was precedent in Europe. In medieval western Europe, women were often found as illuminators and colorists of manuscripts. Indeed, there is evidence from guild records that in some cases women represented up to a quarter of all members in those guilds specializing in manuscript work.

Still life painting provided ample opportunities for women to demonstrate their skills, especially in seventeenth century Netherlands. There were unique individuals, such as Maria Sibylla Merian (1647-1717), who demonstrated her special observational skills and artistic talent, culminating in her Metamorphosis Insectorum Surinamensium , published in 1705. Merian's abilities were recognized by many, not the least Peter the Great (1672-1725), who acquired some of her painting in Amsterdam after her death.

Henriette Vincent's opportunities were created by well connected former students of Redouté, Marie Antoinette (1755-1793) and Empress Joséphine de Beauharnais (1763-1814), Napoléon Bonaparte's first wife. These powerful women, with their personal interests in botany, horticulture, and art, made it fashionable and proper for girls and women to pursue scientific curiosity in natural history as well as artistic ventures. But to make it possible for Madame Vincent to repeatedly exhibit in the Paris Salon in 1814, 1819, 1822, and 1824 was largely due to the efforts in the late eighteeenth century of Adélaïde Labille-Guiard (1749-1804), a talented French painter, member of the Académie de Saint-Luc at the age of 20 as well one of the few women elected a member of the Académie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture.

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Our focus is on Culture Building and Social Spaces.

Relative develops strategic design to bring the physical world and cultural experiences to life. We work with

thought leaders to create the necessary frameworks and design to shape future focused places, in response

to the evolving needs of people in cities. Our work aims to enrich the everyday and to create positive impact.

We translate qualitative research into strategies that drive design mediums, collaborating with project teams

through to built result. Our work is centred around Social Spaces – creating experiences around which people

gather and interact. This is key to creating value and activating communities around work, food, retail, residential

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Maven to file registration statement, as part of public offering to fund merger. Profitability forecasted by Q4 on $30 Million run rate of revenue from combined operations.

From left to right, Say Media CEO Matt Sanchez, Maven CEO James Heckman, HubPages CEO Paul Edmondson, and Maven President Josh Jacobs describe the impact of their 3-way merger. (Video: Business Wire)

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Management believes the combined operations will be profitable in Q4 2018, generating a projected $30 million in annualized revenue. The combined entity will offer:

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The three companies operate under the same business model: content partners, on a shared business and technology platform. Combining the three companies will create economic efficiencies that will be passed along to independent publishers seeking stability and consistency, with each partner in the union bringing a unique set of offerings to create a powerhouse for online publishers.

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