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ЕЦКО, Константин; REABOVA, E.. Применение интегрального показателя качества в системе здравоохранения. In: Curierul Medical. 2012, nr. 3(327), pp. 183-185. ISSN 1875-0666.
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Curierul Medical
Numărul 3(327) / 2012 / ISSN 1875-0666

Применение интегрального показателя качества в системе здравоохранения

Pag. 183-185

Ецко Константин, Reabova E.
 
 
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@article{ibn_52762,
author = {Colesnic, I.},
title = {Un Bălţean la Chicago},
journal = {Magazin bibliologic},
year = {2011},
volume = { (3-4)},
pages = {79-80},
month = {Dec},
abstract = {(EN) Balti is a city that continues to amaze us. This city in the northern Bessarabia is the place where many great personalities were born. One of them was Anisfeld, Boris (Ber) Izrailevici, who was born on the 2nd (14) of October, 1879, and who was a painter, designer and illustrator. He studied at the School of Design in Odessa (1900), and at the Academy of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg (1909). Among his teachers were D. N. Kardovski and I. E. Repin. He was the author of the scenery for the performance Zobbeila’s Wedding by G. Gofmanstali (1907) at the Komisarjevskaia’s theater. He also produced the stage designs for the Russian ballet in Paris and for the Mariinsky Theatre in Petersburg: Sadko, a opera by N. A. Rimski-Korsakov, Islamei, a ballet by M. A. Balakerev, Preludes, a ballet by F. List, etc. He collaborated with many satirical magazines among which was The Hell Post and Jupel (1905-1906). He was a member of the Society The World of Arts and the Association of Russia’s Artists. The most notable his works are: An Eastern Story (gouache, 1906), A green outline (1906), Noon (1906), Danaia, Baltasar’s Whim, the Blue Statuettes, Before the Sunrise, Portrait of F. I. Shaleapin (1916), and others. In 1917 he went to the USA where he worked as a painter at the theaters Metropolitan Opera and Chicago Opera. In 1926 he became a citizen of America, and was decorated with a gold medal for the composition Spain, at the exhibition in Philadelphia. Since 1928 he had lived in Chicago where he was a professor at the Art Institute until 1957. He also ran a summer school from 1934 to 1965. In 1958 his students organized a retrospective exhibition of his works at the Art Institute of Chicago. },
url = {https://ibn.idsi.md/vizualizare_articol/52762},
}