[ US /ˈɔɫbɝz/ ]
- United States painter born in Germany; works characterized by simple geometrical patterns in various colors (1888-1976)
How To Use Albers In A Sentence
- What Halberstam and Berube share, ultimately, is a plain impatience with if not disdain for trifling old literature. Satirical
- Using eight criteria that help define the risk-reward equation, Bloomberg takes a look at Albers and his fund.
- As a historical figure, Albers is a fascinating study in both restraint and freedom.
- Because his narrative is unmoored to any conceptual anchor, Halberstam tends to imbue events such as the decade-long Balkans catastrophe with too much significance.
- We received an email a couple of months ago from a young man named Mark Halberstadt. Shantanu Sinha: Does Khan Academy Really Work?
- She studied at various art schools in New York, then at Yale University under Josef Albers, graduating in 1959.
- Ms. Albers explains attractions and aesthetic influences in terms of high-flown parallels. A Fiercely Gifted Artist
- This quotation is the epigraph to David Halberstam's magisterial ‘Summer of '49,’ surely one of the most influential books in the baseball literary canon.
- Now we have Fred Kaplan's enlivening "1959: The Year Everything Changed," which really could be called The Fifties, but that was already taken by journalist David Halberstam's fine historical account in 1993. Tom Alderman: 1950s: The Not-So-Silent Generation
- She is the director of the Moses Mendelssohn Academy in Halberstadt. Jutta Dick.