urban

Definition funny of Callot:

urbanCallots is a slang term which is a combination of the words carrots and luscious/lover. It makes a good nickname for your friends

urbanFriend One: Hey, callots, get back here! Friend Two: Sry, i can't. I have to ask my mommelet!

songs

Songs about Callot:

songsSymphony No. 1 in D Major: III. "Stranded. A funeral march in the manner of Callot." by Virtual Philharmonic Orchestra from the Album My Music in 2010

songsFantasiestücke in Callots Manier, Op. 12 No. 7: Traumewirren by Emil Gilels from the Album Emil Gilels - The Early Recordings

songsSymphony No.1: IV. Stranded. A Funeral March in the Manner of Callot. by Rafael Kubelik Bavarian RSO from the Album Strong Music to Air Out Anger

books

Books about Callot:

booksCallot's Etchings: 338 Prints by Jacques Callot and Howard Daniel (Sep 1974)

booksDisasters of War: Callot, Goya, Dix by Antony Griffiths, Juliet Wilson-Bareau and John Willett (Sep 16, 1999)

booksPrinces and Paupers: The Art of Jacques Callot (Museum of Fine Arts, Houston) by Dena Woodall and Diane Wolfthal (Feb 5, 2013)

booksJacques Callot: Catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre gravé = The Complete Etchings & Engravings. by Jules Lieure and Jacques Callot (Oct 1, 1988)

booksCallot: Webster's Timeline History, 1614 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 27, 2010)

booksCALLOT SISTERS: An entry from Charles Scribner's Sons' Encyclopedia of Clothing and Fashion by Michelle Finamore (2005)

booksCALLOT, JACQUES: An entry from Charles Scribner's Sons' Europe, 1450 to 1789: An Encyclopedia of the Early... by ALVIN L., JR. CLARK (2004)

wiki

Wiki information Callot:

Jacques Callot
Visual Artist, Exhibition subject, Person, Deceased Person

Jacques Callot was a baroque printmaker and draftsman from the Duchy of Lorraine. He is an important person in the development of the old master print. He made more than 1,400 etchings that chronicled the life of his period, featuring soldiers,...

Callot Soeurs
Organization, Employer

Callot Soeurs was a fashion design house opened in 1895 at 24, rue Taitbout in Paris, France. It was operated by the four Callot sisters: Marie Callot Gerber, Marthe Callot Bertrand, Regina Callot Tennyson-Chantrell and Joséphine Callot Crimont. The...