Jennifer Lash
British artist
Jennifer Lash
Jennifer Anne Mary Alleyne Lash was an English novelist and painter. In 1961, she published her first novel, The Burial, at the age of 23. Lash was widely regarded as one of the most promising young people among England's up and coming artists at the time. Upon meeting Jennifer Lash in Suffolk, Dodie Smith who wrote The Hundred and One Dalmatians, remarked that Lash was, "almost too interesting to be true."
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A Tar Sands Partnership Agreement in the Making? - PEJ News
Google News - over 5 years
These regional grants are controlled by Canadian understudy to Michael Marx, Jennifer Lash. Since the highly criticized deal called the “Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement” was signed in 2010 between what was called nine environmental NGOs and 21
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Girls display skills at Adidas National Soccer Showcase - Plain Dealer (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Juniors competing the spotlight games were Strongsville's Paige Arnodio, Madison Franklin, Jennifer Lash, Alexis Manoa and Melissa Shoff, Normandy's Taylor Berenda, Melissa Vaughan, Victoria Von Der, Jay Winkelman, Tori Grucza, Kali Madar,
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Loss of Coast Guard cutters brings supertankers to the forefront - Canada.com
Google News - over 5 years
Jennifer Lash, executive director of the Living Oceans Society, agreed yesterday. "We are very concerned that both the federal and provincial governments do not have the capacity to adequately deal with any oil spills right now," she told the
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BC marine parks not adequately protected, experts warn - National Post (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Jennifer Lash, Living Oceans executive director, said many arms of government do not play well together. She is pinning her hopes for more protection of BC's coast on an integrated management plan for the area stretching from Campbell River to the
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FILM; On Screen, Over Lunch, Ever the Distant Hero
NYTimes - about 17 years
HE looks devastated. But then Ralph Fiennes always looks as if he is caught between deep melancholy and outright despair. It must be something about the roles he takes, or the way his mouth turns down at the corners, because his demeanor, while not exactly jaunty, is certainly sporting. Told that a mix-up at the restaurant in his Manhattan hotel,
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The Famous Fiennes and Their Mother's 'Blood Ties'
NYTimes - over 17 years
Long before she started working on an unfamiliar new computer that gave her migraine headaches and long before she learned she had cancer, Jini Fiennes conceived of her sixth and most ambitious novel, ''Blood Ties,'' a cyclical tale of wounded generations and the redeeming power of love. Writing again after years of struggle alongside her husband
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This Week
NYTimes - over 17 years
EVENTS Hello Again Mostly Mozart is mostly back. All that remains is to traverse the hours until 8 tomorrow night, when the 33d season of the Mostly Mozart Festival opens at Avery Fisher Hall with a gala featuring the flutist James Galway, the mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade, and the festival orchestra led by Gerard Schwarz in works by Mozart,
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WEDDINGS; Jennifer Weber, Laurence Bailen
NYTimes - over 17 years
Jennifer Lash Weber, a daughter of Melinda and Donald Weber of Ridgefield, Conn., is to be married this afternoon to Laurence Scott Bailen, a son of Helene Bailen and Dr. David Bailen of Newton, Mass. Rabbi Robert Levine is to officiate at the Wainwright House, a holistic education center in Rye, N.Y. The bride, 30, graduated from Brandeis
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CHRONICLE
NYTimes - over 19 years
RALPH FIENNES, star of ''The English Patient,'' says he has no desire to be an author, but he wants people to know about the books his mother wrote. The actor was among 250 speakers at the 10-day Hay-on-Wye Festival of Literature, which came to a close over the weekend in the Welsh village renowned for its many bookshops . The festival draws
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jennifer Lash
    FIFTIES
  • 1993
    Age 54
    Died on December 28, 1993.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1938
    Born
    Lash was born at Chichester, Sussex on 27 February 1938, the daughter of Joan Mary (née Moore) and Brigadier Henry Alleyne Lash, a British colonial officer.
    More Details Hide Details She has English, Irish, and Scottish ancestry. Lash lived in India, where her father was stationed until the age of 6. When her family returned to England, they settled down in Surrey. Raised a Roman Catholic, Lash attended boarding school at the Convent of the Sacred Heart in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, and continued on to Farnham Art School. When she was 16 years old, her studies were cut short by family problems. She discontinued her education and moved to London where she supported herself with odd jobs to support her artistic pursuits.
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