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== Art and culture == == Art and culture ==
*[[1842]] - [[Anesthesia]] is used for the first time in an operation by [[Physician|Dr.]] [[Crawford Long]]. *[[1842]] - [[Anesthesia]] is used for the first time in an operation by [[Physician|Dr.]] [[Crawford Long]].
 +*[[1872]] - [[La vie parisienne]] is first performed in Great Britain
==Births== ==Births==
*[[1746]] - [[Francisco Goya]], Spanish painter (d. [[1828]]) *[[1746]] - [[Francisco Goya]], Spanish painter (d. [[1828]])
 +*[[1821]] - [[François-Léon Benouville]], French painter (d. [[1859]])
*[[1844]] - [[Paul Verlaine]], French poet (d. [[1896]]) *[[1844]] - [[Paul Verlaine]], French poet (d. [[1896]])
*[[1853]] - [[Vincent van Gogh]], Dutch painter (d. [[1890]]) *[[1853]] - [[Vincent van Gogh]], Dutch painter (d. [[1890]])
 +*[[1868]] - [[Koloman Moser]], Austrian artist (d. [[1918]])
*[[1892]] - [[Fortunato Depero]], Italian artist (d. [[1960]]) *[[1892]] - [[Fortunato Depero]], Italian artist (d. [[1960]])
-*[[1933]] - [[Jean-Claude Brialy]], French actor and director+*[[1892]] - [[Erwin Panofsky]], German Jewish art historian (d. [[1968]])
 +*[[1904]] - [[Akarova]], Belgian dancer, choreographer, and artist (d. [[1999]])
 +*[[1904]] - [[Edgar P. Jacobs]], Belgian comic book creator (b. [[1987]])
 +*[[1909]] - [[Ernst Gombrich]], Austrian-born art historian (d. 2001)
 +*[[1933]] - [[Jean-Claude Brialy]], French actor and director (d. 2007)
*[[1937]] - [[Warren Beatty]], American actor and director *[[1937]] - [[Warren Beatty]], American actor and director
*[[1945]] - [[Eric Clapton]], British guitarist/singer *[[1945]] - [[Eric Clapton]], British guitarist/singer
-*[[1968]] - [[Celine Dion]], Canadian singer+*[[1949]] - [[Lene Lovich]], American singer of Bosnian and British parentage
==Deaths== ==Deaths==
-*[[1486]] - [[Thomas Bourchier]], [[Archbishop of Canterbury]]+*[[1662]] - [[François Le Métel de Boisrobert]], French poet (b. [[1592]])
-*[[1526]] - [[Konrad Mutian]], German humanist (b. [[1471]])+
-*[[1540]] - [[Matthäus Lang von Wellenburg]], German statesman and Archbishop of Salzburg (b. [[1469]])+
-*[[1559]] - [[Adam Ries]], German mathematician (b. [[1492]])+
-*[[1587]] - [[Ralph Sadler]], English statesman (b. [[1507]])+
-*[[1662]] - [[François le Métel de Boisrobert]], French poet (b. [[1592]])+
-*[[1707]] - [[Vauban]], French architect (b. [[1633]])+
-*[[1764]] - [[Pietro Locatelli]], Italian composer (b. [[1695]])+
-*[[1783]] - [[William Hunter (anatomist)|William Hunter]], Scottish anatomist (b. [[1718]])+
-*[[1804]] - [[Victor-François, 2nd duc de Broglie]], Marshal of France (b. [[1718]])+
*[[1840]] - [[Beau Brummell]], English celebrity and dandy (b. [[1778]]) *[[1840]] - [[Beau Brummell]], English celebrity and dandy (b. [[1778]])
-*[[1842]] - [[Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun]], French painter (b. [[1755]])+*[[1873]] - [[Bénédict Morel]], Austrian-French physician and proto-psychiatrist (d. [[1809]])
*[[1879]] - [[Thomas Couture]], French painter and teacher (b. [[1815]]) *[[1879]] - [[Thomas Couture]], French painter and teacher (b. [[1815]])
-*[[1886]] - [[Joseph-Alfred Mousseau]], French Canadian politician (b. [[1838]]) 
-*[[1896]] - [[Charilaos Trikoupis]], seven times prime-minister of [[Greece]] (b. [[1832]]) 
*[[1912]] - [[Karl May]], German author (b. [[1842]]) *[[1912]] - [[Karl May]], German author (b. [[1842]])
-*[[1925]] - [[Rudolf Steiner]], Austrian philosopher 
-*[[1936]] - [[Conchita Supervía]], Spanish opera singer (b. [[1895]]) 
-*[[1943]] - [[Jan Bytnar]], Polish activist (b. [[1921]]) 
-* 1943 - [[Maciej Aleksy Dawidowski]], Polish activist (b. [[1920]])  
-*[[1949]] - [[Friedrich Bergius]], German chemist, [[Nobel Prize in Chemistry|Nobel Prize]] laureate (b. [[1884]]) 
*[[1950]] - [[Léon Blum]], French prime minister (b. [[1872]]) *[[1950]] - [[Léon Blum]], French prime minister (b. [[1872]])
-*[[1959]] - [[Daniil Andreev]], Russian writer and mystic (b. [[1906]]) 
-*[[1965]] - [[Philip Showalter Hench]], American physician, recipient of the [[Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine]] (b. [[1896]]) 
-*[[1966]] - [[Maxfield Parrish]], American artist (b. [[1870]]) 
-* 1966 - [[Newbold Morris]], American politician (b. [[1902]]) 
-*[[1967]] - [[Jean Toomer]], American writer (b. [[1894]]) 
-*[[1968]] - [[Bobby Driscoll]], American actor (b. [[1937]]) 
-*[[1970]] - [[Heinrich Brüning]], [[Chancellor of Germany]] (b. [[1885]]) 
-*[[1972]] - [[Gabriel Heatter]], American radio commentator (b. [[1890]]) 
-*[[1977]] - [[Abdel Halim Hafez]], Egyptian singer and actor (b. [[1929]]) 
-*[[1981]] - [[DeWitt Wallace]], American publisher (b. [[1889]]) 
-*[[1984]] - [[Karl Rahner]], German theologian (b. [[1904]]) 
-*[[1985]] - [[Harold Peary]], American actor and singer (heart attack) (b. [[1908]]) 
*[[1986]] - [[James Cagney]], American actor (b. [[1899]]) *[[1986]] - [[James Cagney]], American actor (b. [[1899]])
-*[[1988]] - [[Edgar Faure]], French politician (b. [[1908]]) 
-*[[1992]] - [[Manolis Andronikos]], Greek archeologist, professor at the [[Aristotle University of Thessaloniki]] (b. [[1919]]) 
-*[[1999]] - [[Gary Morton]], American film and television producer (b. [[1924]]) 
-*[[2002]] - [[Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon]], Queen Mother of the United Kingdom (b. [[1900]]) 
-*[[2002]] - [[Søren Nystrøm Rasted]], [[Denmark |Danish]] Musician, husband of [[Lene Nystrøm Rasted |Lene]] (b. [[1969]]) 
-*[[2003]] - [[Michael Jeter]], American actor (b. [[1952]]) 
-* 2003 - [[Valentin Pavlov]], Prime Minister of the Soviet Union (b. [[1937]]) 
-*[[2004]] - [[Alistair Cooke]], English-born journalist (b. [[1908]]) 
-* 2004 - [[Hubert Gregg]], British broadcaster (b. [[1914]]) 
-* 2004 - [[Michael King]], New Zealand historian (b. [[1945]]) 
-* 2004 - [[Timi Yuro]], American singer (b. [[1940]]) 
-* 2005 - [[Emil Dimitrov]], Bulgarian singer (b. [[1940]]) 
*[[2005]] - [[Robert Creeley]], American poet (b. [[1926]]) *[[2005]] - [[Robert Creeley]], American poet (b. [[1926]])
-* 2005 - [[Milton Green]], American athlete (b. [[1913]]) 
-* 2005 - [[Fred Korematsu]], American civil rights activist (b. [[1919]]) 
-* 2005 - [[O. V. Vijayan]], Indian author and cartoonist (b. [[1930]]) 
-* 2005 - [[Derrick Plourde]], American drummer (b. [[1971]]) 
-*[[2006]] - [[Red Hickey]], American football coach (b. [[1917]]) 
- 
-==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== 
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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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