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Dennis Franz Autographed - Nypd Lewd - 8X10 Photo

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The Best Holiday Redemption Story Belongs To Dennis Franz In 'Die Hard 2' 12/08/16, via UPROXX

None of those are the best holiday redemption story, though, because there can be only one “best” holiday redemption story, and that belongs to Dennis Franz's character in Die Hard 2. Die Hard 2, in summary: It is Christmas Eve, one year after the

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TV Talk Flashback: NYPD Dejected Changes TV ~ TV TALK with BILL CUSHING 06/03/17, via The Valley Patriot

The kick surrounding the pilot of NYPD Blue had people talking for weeks to come. Dennis Franz played detective Andy Sipowicz, an alcoholic racist detective, who in the sooner 5 minutes of the pilot episode grabbed his crotch while yelling at a district

Dennis Franz wins 1999 Emmy Award for Lead Actor in a Drama Series

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Dennis Franz wins the 1999 Emmy Award for Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his performance as Andy Sipowicz in NYPD Blue.

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Winona

Winona

1975

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122 pages



Assignment 5- Background Research

During this assignment I have looked at and researched a number of artist’s work. I have particularly sought out artists who have a loose approach and who produce landscapes of various styles. I have been especially interested in mark making and how different styles can bring a subject to life as well as how abstraction can be simultaneously introduced. I looked at Jeanette Barnes as part of the reflection on feedback from assignment 3. I have also looked at Henry Moore. Also at how he manages to combine abstraction, whilst retaining both a sense of the subject and interesting marks. With the advent of World War I, Bomberg enlisted in the Royal Engineers, and his harrowing experiences at the Front brought about a profound transformation in his outlook. Bomberg explored a radically different path during the 1920s. His disillusion with the destructive power of the machine at war led to a few years spent experimenting with ways of making his stark pre-war style more rounded and organic. The way in which Bomberg reduces the human figure to a series of geometric shapes may reflect his fascination with the machine age, which he shared with the Futurists and Vorticists. This painting could also represent the human form, stripped to its essential core. The scene is based on steam baths near Bomberg’s home in east London, which were used by the local Jewish population and which also had religious associations. Throughout the 1930s Bomberg’s art became broader and more impassioned as he sought to convey the essence of his response to landscapes in Scotland and Spain and during World War II his outstanding series of Bomb Store paintings did not lead to... His final landscapes and figure paintings include some of his most powerful works. Although this is less abstracted is much more precise in its depiction of its subject, the “accidental” marks created by the watercolour create a vivid sense of atmosphere. Leon Kossoff (born 1926) has established himself among the most significant contemporary chroniclers of London’s people and architecture. The intimacy of drawing as an art form dovetails with Kossoff’s intense and sustained interest in the London landscape. Kossoff renders the city’s plazas, buildings, demolition zones, and construction sites with a sense of immediacy and energy. Leon Kossoff, “Arnold Circus, Saturday Afternoon,” 2012, charcoal and pastel on paper,. The charcoal drawings are expressive evocations of place. Vigorous black line defines the forms and suggests a dark and brooding atmosphere, while subtle marks of color invigorate the scenes. Roughly drawn and hectically composed, these works convey a certain spirit in London’s streets, neighborhoods, and gathering places. Leon Kossoff, “King’s Cross Stormy Day no. 2,” 2004, charcoal and pastel on paper. Leon Kossoff, “School Building Willesden,” 1979, charcoal on paper. There is an energy in Leon Kossoff’s drawings which bring movement to the cityscapes. The pattern of Kossoff’s work has been to pursue, sometimes obsessively, a single subject over a period of years. On the mornings he did not have a sitter arriving in the studio, he would set off early to a chosen spot with his drawing board to work out of doors. then he would return to the studio to paint – a laborious process through which the final image would emerge only after many months of applying and then scraping away paint. They are the kind of landscapes that many people would hesitate to regard as “scenic”, but that carry their own rough loveliness. What else can you do but draw it. ”. This drawing depicts the interior of a butcher’s shop. A large slab of meat hangs in the foreground towards the right-hand side, with two others just discernible behind it. In the background towards the left, the figure of the butcher is seen from behind as he leans over his shop bench. The chequered design of the tiles on the walls of the shop and the rail from which the meat hooks hang define the enclosed space of the shop.

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One of the most acclaimed and inamorato dramas in television history, NYPD Blue has finally signed off from network TV. Relive all the passion, brotherhood, joy, and heartbreak of the 15th precinct as NYPD Sad is immortalized on DVD with Season 3. In this season Dennis Franz won his second of 4 Emmys for Best Actor in a Drama for NYPD Blue; Franz character, Det. Andy Sipowicz, experiences the highs of falling in preference and the lows of experiencing the loss of his son Andy Jr. to a violent murder.

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Dennis Franz
Dennis Franz
Photo taken at the 47th Emmy Awards, 9/11/94 - rehearsal - Permission granted to copy, publish or post but please credit "photo by Alan Light" if you can
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Dennis Franz
Dennis Franz
Dennis Franz is an American actor best known for his role as Detective Andy Sipowicz on the ABC television series NYPD Blue, and as Lt. Norm Buntz on the NBC television series Hill Street Blues. [Source: Wikipedia] Photo taken January 2008 at the Celebrity Sports Invitational, in support of Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s Waterkeeper Alliance, held at the Fairmont Banff Springs hotel and Sunshine Village Ski Resort. www.skibig3.com/january-16-2008/
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Dennis Franz
Dennis Franz
1994 Emmy Awards NOTE: Permission granted to copy, publish, broadcast or post any of my photos, but please credit "photo by Alan Light" if you can. Thanks. Scanned from the original 35MM film negative.
Photo by Alan Light on Flickr
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