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==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]])
 +*[[1892]] - [[Erwin Panofsky]], German Jewish art historian (d. [[1968]])
*[[1904]] - [[Akarova]], Belgian dancer, choreographer, and artist (d. [[1999]]) *[[1904]] - [[Akarova]], Belgian dancer, choreographer, and artist (d. [[1999]])
-*[[1933]] - [[Jean-Claude Brialy]], French actor and director+*[[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
 +*[[1949]] - [[Lene Lovich]], American singer of Bosnian and British parentage
==Deaths== ==Deaths==
 +*[[1662]] - [[François Le Métel de Boisrobert]], French poet (b. [[1592]])
*[[1840]] - [[Beau Brummell]], English celebrity and dandy (b. [[1778]]) *[[1840]] - [[Beau Brummell]], English celebrity and dandy (b. [[1778]])
 +*[[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]])
*[[1912]] - [[Karl May]], German author (b. [[1842]]) *[[1912]] - [[Karl May]], German author (b. [[1842]])
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*[[1986]] - [[James Cagney]], American actor (b. [[1899]]) *[[1986]] - [[James Cagney]], American actor (b. [[1899]])
*[[2005]] - [[Robert Creeley]], American poet (b. [[1926]]) *[[2005]] - [[Robert Creeley]], American poet (b. [[1926]])
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-==Notes== 
-*[[1904]] - [[Edgar P. Jacobs]], Belgian comic book creator (b. [[1987]]) 
-*[[1873]] - [[Bénédict Morel]], Austrian-French physician and proto-psychiatrist (d. [[1809]]) 
-*[[1662]] - [[François Le Métel de Boisrobert]], French poet (b. [[1592]]) 
-*[[1868]] - [[Koloman Moser]], Austrian artist (d. [[1918]]) 
-*[[1949]] - [[Lene Lovich]], American singer of Bosnian and British parentage  
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-*[[1821]] - [[François-Léon Benouville]] (Paris, March 30 1821 - February 16 1859) was a French painter. (b. [[1926]]) 
-*[[1892]] - [[Erwin Panofsky]] (30 March 1892 - 14 March 1968) was a German Jewish art historian who emigrated to America and remains highly influential in the modern academic study of iconography. (b. [[1926]]) 
-*[[1909]] - [[Ernst Gombrich]] h, OM, CBE (30 March 1909 – 3 November 2001) was an Austrian-born art historian, who spent most of his working life in the United Kingdom. (b. [[1926]]) 
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