Henri Cartier-Bresson ： here and now Clément Chéroux Thames & Hudson， 2014 hbk.
Ce contenu est une compilation d'articles de l'encyclopédie libre Wikipedia. Yvonne Cartier est une danseuse， chorégraphe et pédagogue née en Nouvelle-Zélande. Elle se produisit très jeune comme actrice et comme danseuse， émigra en Angleterre où elle devint l’élève de George Goncharov， de Winnifred Edwards， de Vera Volkova et d’Audrey de Vos. Elle créa， entre autres， des ballets pour John Cranko et Kenneth MacMillan， et dansa dans les œuvres d'Andrée Howard， de Walter Gore， d’Alan Carter， de Ninette de Valois， ainsi que dans tous les classiques aux côtés d’artistes de renommés tels que Peter Wright， Beryl Morina， Michel de Lutry， Dominie Callaghan， Elaine Fifield， Margot Fonteyn， Harold Turner， Pamela May， Vassily Sulich， Margarita Tait， Nadia Nerina， MacMillan， et même du cinéaste Ken Russell au temps où il dansait.
The article offers information on the "Cartier & Aldo Cipullo： New York City in the '70s" jewelry exhibition to be held in New York City from April 12 to May 8， 2012.
Market study with 10 pages in .doc format titled： Cartier in the UK and across the globe. The document in business strategy is published in 2011
A review is offered of a television advertisement for jeweller Cartier， directed by commercial director Bruno Aveillan.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Springstein is a village in the Canadian province of Manitoba， located in the Rural Municipality of Cartier， about 20 kilometres west of Winnipeg. The community has been around at least since the 1930s. Originally it was settled by people who were part of the Mennonite religion. Rural Municipality of Cartier is part of the Central Plains Region in the province of Manitoba， Canada. It is named after Sir George-Étienne Cartier who was a leader in bringing Quebec into Confederation. It was part of a larger municipality， St. François Xavier， until 1914. The municipality is bordered on the west by the R.M of Portage la Prairie， to the east by the R.M of Headingley and to the North by the Assiniboine River. It is mainly flat rich farmland and its main town is Elie， Manitoba.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Rudolph Cartier (born Rudolph Katscher; 17 April 1904 – 7 June 1994) was an Austrian television director who worked predominantly in British television， exclusively for the BBC. He is best known for his 1950s collaborations with screenwriter Nigel Kneale， most notably the Quatermass serials and their 1954 adaptation of George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. After studying architecture and then drama， Cartier's initial career was as a screenwriter and then film director in Berlin， working for UFA Studios. After a brief spell in the United States he moved to the United Kingdom in the 1930s， and began working for BBC Television in 1952. He went on to produce and direct over 120 productions in the next 24 years， ending his television career with the play Loyalties in 1976.
As opulent as the treasures it celebrates， this lavish volume presents Cartier's timeless designs worn by some of the twentieth century's most legendary figures. It's been one hundred years since the House of Cartier opened its doors on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Since then the luxury jeweller has been creating exquisite brooches， bracelets， tiaras， timepieces and other objects - including scent bottles， so-called mystery clocks， and handbags -- many of them specially commissioned by their illustrious patrons. Readers will see Gloria Swanson's bracelet from Sunset Boulevard， Douglas Fairbanks' elegant watch， the Duchess of Windsor's panther brooch， and Grace Kelly's 10.47-carat diamond engagement ring， as well as items owned by Marion Davies， Vivien Leigh， Barbara Hutton， and Elizabeth Taylor. Author Martin Chapman offers an in-depth exploration of how Cartier conquered America， from its European birth in 1847 to its arrival on the other side of the Atlantic and from its whimsical Art Deco creations to the red carpet prominence that linked the name Cartier with fame， wealth and exclusivity. In addition to stunning colour images of each object， the book features photographs of stars and heiresses wearing their Cartier jewellery from Manhattan to Hollywood A beautiful volume for fashion aficionados， this treasure trove of jewellery is a tribute to Cartier's ingenuity and unmatched craftsmanship.
The article reports that the firm Cartier SA has obtained a preliminary injunction against Swiss watchmaker Raymond Weil over watch. It mentions that Cartier gets a preliminary injunction in Germany against Swiss watchmaker Raymond Weil from for producing its Jasmine watch model. According to legal documents， the Court of Cologne， has ruled that Raymond Weil's Jasmine watches are illegal imitations of Cartier's Ballon Bleu model.