The artist with the most number of paintings on the list is Picasso.
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Francis Thackeray, Women deserve to be applauded for their successes and the award is an effort in the same direction. he said Amar Noorietelevision actor and singer was honoured for her services in the field of music Well-known television artist Bharti Singh was selected from the field of entertainment She said entertaining people has always been her first love She had earlier won first prize in rifle shooting at the national level Eminent novelist and story writerDr Daleep Kaur Tiwanameanwhilewas awarded for her contribution to Punjabi literature She had earlier been conferred the Padma Shri in 2004 and also the Saraswati Samman and the Sahitya Akademi Award Twenty-three time Arjuna awardee Geetika Jakhar was honoured for her achievements in the sport of wrestling Currently posted as a Deputy Superintendent of Police in HaryanaJakhar is an eight-time winner of the national wrestling championCommonwealth Games Champion and a gold medallist in the Junior Asian Championship Others who were honoured included Punjabi folk singer Gurmeet Bawatheatre artist Jatinder Kaurarchitect Namita Singhsportspersons Manjeet Kaur and Ranjeet Kaur The award was also given posthumously to Manvin Sandhu for her contribution in the field of art For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe big-brained ape-jawed Piltdown Man was hailed as a major missing link in human evolution when he was discovered in a gravel pit outside a small UK village in 1912 The find set the pace for evolutionary research for decades and established the United Kingdom as an important site in human evolution The only problem Piltdown Man turned out to be one of the most famous frauds in scientific history—a human cranium paired with an orangutan’s jaw and teeth Now scientists think they’ve figured out once and for all that a single hoaxer was responsible not a duplicitous cabal The saga of Piltdown started in 1907 That year a sand mine worker in Germany discovered the jaw bone of Homo heidelbergensis—a 200000-to-600000-year-old hominin now recognized as a likely common ancestor to both modern humans and Neandertals The find compounded by rising national tensions that would eventually lead to World War I sparked something of an inferiority complex among UK naturalists So it seemed fortuitous when 5 years later Charles Dawson a professional lawyer and amateur fossil hunter in Sussex UK (now East Sussex UK) wrote to his friend paleontologist Sir Arthur Smith Woodward announcing that he had uncovered a “thick portion of a human() skull which will rival H heidelbergensis in solidity” near the Sussex village of Piltdown Smith Woodward and Dawson jointly presented their findings to the Geological Society of London in 1912 From their first excavation they claimed to have discovered several pieces of a humanlike skull an apelike mandible some worn molar teeth stone tools and fossilized animals Excavations over the following 2 years by the team revealed canine teeth that were somewhere in between a human’s and an ape’s in size Based on the bones’ color and the fossilized animals surrounding them Dawson and Smith Woodward speculated that the individual lived some 500000 years ago The UK human evolution research community enthusiastically embraced Eoanthropus dawsoni better known as Piltdown Man Its large braincase and apelike jaw and teeth were exactly what these scientists expected to find from a “missing link” As more and more hominin fossils were discovered over the next few decades in Africa China and Indonesia however Piltdown Man lost its significance as a singular missing link The hoax came to light in 1953 when scientists at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom using the then-new technique of fluorine dating—which relies on the fact that older bones absorb more fluoride from groundwater over time—revealed that Piltdown Man’s bones were not all the same age Further analysis revealed they were an amalgam of carefully carved and stained human and ape bones The potential perpetrators included Dawson and Smith Woodward naturally but also Pierre Teilhard de Chardin a French Jesuit priest who assisted the excavation and Martin Hinton a volunteer who worked with Smith Woodward among others Even Sherlock Holmes creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was considered So whodunit In the foreground Charles Dawson left and Sir Arthur Smith Woodward excavate the gravel pit outside UK village Piltdown Courtesy of Isabelle De Groote Isabelle De Groote a paleoanthropologist at Liverpool John Moores University in the United Kingdom began looking into the question in 2009 applying modern scanning technology and DNA analysis to the original materials She and colleagues compared computer tomography (CT) scans of the mandible and teeth to known ape specimens and concluded that all these pieces originated from an orangutan DNA sequencing of the teeth suggested they all came from the same orangutan which De Groote suspects the forger or forgers might have obtained from a curiosities shop The human bones already recognized to be from at least two individuals revealed fewer secrets Although these bones are unusually thick—a fact initially used to argue for their prehistoric origin—De Groote says they aren’t outside the range of normal human variation Unfortunately the researchers were unable to extract DNA from the bones and radiocarbon dating failed Examining the CT scans De Groote also noticed a strange off-white putty on the surface of virtually every bone This putty had been painted over and stained and in some cases was used to fill in cracks and gaps that the forger accidentally created Inside the crania and teeth she found tiny pebbles stuffed inside hollow chambers sealed over with the same putty De Groote thinks the hoaxer used these pebbles to weigh down the bones as fossilized bones are noticeably heavier than recent bones Taken together the consistency of technique used across all the Piltdown Man fragments suggests that a single person pulled off the hoax the team reports today in Royal Society Open Science “Throughout the whole assemblage there’s evidence of one hand one maker one signature” De Groote says The likeliest hand belonged to Charles Dawson who died almost exactly 100 years ago De Groote says An amateur geologist archaeologist and historian he regularly attended meetings of geologists and anthropologists she notes He was an inveterate fossil hunter with access to collections and the knowledge of what prehistoric finds should look like He also had a habit of small-time forgery with several other of his less-celebrated findings later being shown to be fakes More than anything he was desperate for acceptance and recognition within the UK scientific community De Groote says Letters reveal his persistent but ultimately fruitless attempts to join the Royal Society “It now appears that the chemical data supports the abundant circumstantial evidence that Dawson was the brains behind the hoax” says geologist Stephen Donovan of the Naturalis Biodiversity Institute in Leiden the Netherlands who did not participate in the current study Dawson was able to fool the experts of the day by employing the same trick used by successful con artists since time immemorial: He showed them what they wanted to see “Dawson really played a very clever card” De Groote says “With the findings coming out of Germany and Britain wanting to be at the forefront of science there was this sense that ‘We must have these fossils in Britain as well’” Miles Russell an archaeologist in Bournemouth UK.
The artist with the most number of paintings on the list is Picasso.