American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Lebrun, Albert 1871-1950. French politician who was the last president of the Third Republic (1932-1940).
- Lebrun, Charles 1619-1690. French painter, designer, and courtier. As head of the French Royal Academy and principal painter to the king, he had a major influence on the development of the Louis Quatorze style.
“-Atlanta sent defenseman Brent Sopel and forward Nigel Dawes to Montreal in exchange for forward Ben Maxwell and this year's fourth-round pick, reports ESPN's Pierre Lebrun.”
“He clocks in rave reviews from the New York Times, The Star Ledger, and more recently ALEIM magazine's Victoria Foster who writes that when it comes to his repertoire of movement, Lebrun can transform "suddenly into an insect, a machine, a bird taking flight, a shaman leading an ancient tribal mating dance, or a spaceman attempting communication in some ritualistic nonverbal language of the future.”
“Lebrun's journey is equally matched with an impressive body language.”
“Since officially moving to New York City in 2004, Lebrun's tenure at Ailey has evolved from aspiring fellowship student, to rising dancer of Ailey II, the company's ensemble of young talent, to one of the thirty professionals of the current Ailey troupe.”
“On December 1, Lebrun joined the Ailey dancers in the world premiere of "Home," an evocative piece inspired by stories of people living with or affected by HIV.”
“For Lebrun, "Home" translates across borders, including his own, and across the work's particular subject of HIV/AIDS.”
“The exhibition includes commanding figurative works by Rico Lebrun, Howard Warshaw, Jack Zajac, and William Brice that provide a fascinating heritage for the darker side of the Ferus Gallery scene, exemplified with work by Edward Kienholz, Wallace Berman, Llyn Foulkes, and John Altoon.”
“RAW: Abject Expressionism in Los Angeles 1945-1980, From Rico Lebrun to Paul McCarthy | This exhibition traces the distinctive aesthetic of figurative expressionism from the end of World War II, bringing together over 120 works by forty-one artists in a variety of media.”
“If readers do a Web search, typing in Leo Tolstoy and Henry George, they will probably see a link to the reprint of an article by Victor Lebrun, Tolstoys personal secretary and friend, on the remarkable connection between these two great thinkers.”
“In this country of 10 million, the question Mr. Lebrun poses—"to bintje or not to bintje"—isn't small potatoes.”
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