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==Deaths== ==Deaths==
==Notes== ==Notes==
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 +Francisco de Goya
 +Jacques Dutronc
 +Filippo Tommaso Marinetti
 +Paul Verlaine
 +Vincent van Gogh
 +Edgar P. Jacobs
 +Beau Brummell
 +Bénédict Morel
 +François Le Métel de Boisrobert
 +Jean-Claude Brialy
 +Koloman Moser
 +Tom Sharpe
 +Melanie Klein
 +Robert Creeley
 +James Cagney
 +Fortunato Depero
 +Thomas Couture
 +Lene Lovich
 +La vie parisienne
 +Manifesto of the Fascist Intellectuals
 +Warren Beatty
 +François-Léon Benouville
 +Erwin Panofsky
 +Akarova
 +Ernst Gombrich
 +Léon Blum
 +Karl May
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Births

  • 1904 - Akarova (born Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, 30 March 1904; died Ixelles, 24 June 1999) was a Belgian dancer, choreographer, and artist.

Deaths

Notes

Francisco de Goya Jacques Dutronc Filippo Tommaso Marinetti Paul Verlaine Vincent van Gogh Edgar P. Jacobs Beau Brummell Bénédict Morel François Le Métel de Boisrobert Jean-Claude Brialy Koloman Moser Tom Sharpe Melanie Klein Robert Creeley James Cagney Fortunato Depero Thomas Couture Lene Lovich La vie parisienne Manifesto of the Fascist Intellectuals Warren Beatty François-Léon Benouville Erwin Panofsky Akarova Ernst Gombrich Léon Blum Karl May




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