• Michel de Klerk

    Michel de Klerk (24 November 1884, Amsterdam – 24 November 1923, Amsterdam) was a Dutch architect. Born to a Jewish family, he was one of the founding architects of the movement Amsterdam School (Expressionist architecture ). Early in his career he worked for other architects, including Eduard Cuypers. For a while, he also employed the Indonesian-born Liem Bwan Tjie, who would later become his country's pioneering proponent of the Amsterdam School and modern architecture. Of his many outstanding designs, very few have actually been built. One of his finest completed buildings is 'Het Schip' (The Ship) in the Amsterdam district of Spaarndammerbuurt.

  • Michel de Beaupuy

    Michel de Beaupuy

    Armand-Michel Bacharetie de Beaupuy (14 July 1755 – 19 October 1796) was a French soldier. He rose in rank to command an infantry division during the Wars of the French Revolution. He was killed at the Battle of Emmendingen. His surname is one of the names inscribed under the Arc de Triomphe, on Column 18.

  • Michel de Pure

    Michel de Pure, abbott, (Lyon, 1620 – Paris, March 1680) was chaplain and adviser to King Louis XIV of France (named as such in 1647). Author, translator, he notably wrote a manual on dancing as well as books criticizing the development of préciosité. He was also appointed historiographer of France in 1653.

  • Les Aventures de Michel Vaillant

    In 1967, French TV broadcast a dramatised adaptation of the series, Les Aventures de Michel Vaillant by Jean Graton. 13 episodes in total, it featured stories written and filmed around the real life World Sportscar Championship, documenting Henri Grandsire driving an Alpine 110, interspersed with dramatic interludes acted by Grandsire himself. Episodes offer close up rare contemporary footage of races and cars that year at the Rallye Du Nord, Magny Cours, Nürburgring, Monza, Targa Florio, Le Mans, Monaco, Rouen-Les-Essarts, Sebring and Reims.

  • Michel De Caso

    Michel de Caso (born 1956) is a visual artist born in Toulouse, France. He is the creator of the painting technique known as Rectoversion (1991). He is also the founder of the artistic movement Contemporary Rectoversion (2002) and of Circle Internet Rectoversion (2004). Major works include massive rectoversion dung piles. De Caso is referenced in the following international guides: Art Price, Guide Mayer, Guide Akoun, Dictionnaire Drouot-Cotation-Larousse.

  • Guy Michel de Durfort

    Guy Michel de Durfort (26 August 1704 - 6 June 1773, Courbevoie) was a French general and nobleman. He was duke of Lorges and duke of Randan and was made a marshal of France in 1768.

  • Michel de Re

  • Michel de l'Hôpital

    Michel de l'Hôpital (or l'Hospital) (1507 – 13 March 1573) was a French statesman.

  • Michel de Carvalho

    Michel Ray de Carvalho (born 21 July 1944) is a British financier, former Olympic skier and luger, and former child actor in films such as The Brave One ,The Tin Star , and Lawrence of Arabia (under the name Michel Ray). Born in Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, his father was a Brazilian diplomat and his mother was British.

  • Michel de Kemmeter

    Michel de Kemmeter

    Michel de Kemmeter (born (1964-09-29)29 September 1964) is a Belgian entrepreneur, real estate investor and author from Ghent. He started in the field of specialized renovation. Since 2005 he researches and writes about personal development, intangible assets and human sustainable development. Today he is an expert in economic transition.

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