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  1. Patrick Villiers Farrow From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Patrick Villiers Farrow (November 27, 1942 – June 15, 2009) was an American sculptor and a peace and environmental activist. Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Death 4 References Early life Farrow was the son of actress Maureen O'Sullivan and writer-director-producer John Villiers Farrow.

  2. Patrick Villiers Farrow (27 de noviembre de 1942-15 de junio de 2009) ... Wikipedia® es una marca registrada de Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., ...

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    Aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie Patrick Villiers Farrow Geboren ( 1942-11-27) 27. November 1942 Los Angeles, Kalifornien, USA Ist gestorben 15. Juni 2009 (15.06.2009) (66 Jahre) Castleton, Vermont, USA Todesursache Selbstmord durch Schuss Besetzung Bildhauer EhepartnerSusan Hartwell-Erb ( m.1966) Eltern

  4. fra Wikipedia, den frie encyklopedi Patrick Villiers Farrow (27. november 1942 - 15. juni 2009) var en amerikansk billedhugger og en freds- og miljøaktivist . Innhold 1 Tidlig liv 2 Karriere 3 Død 4 Referanser Tidlig liv Farrow var sønn av skuespillerinnen Maureen O'Sullivan og skribent-regissør-produsent John Villiers Farrow .

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  6. باتريك فيليرز فارو ( بالإنجليزية: Patrick Villiers Farrow )‏ هو نحات أمريكي ، ولد في 27 نوفمبر 1942 في لوس أنجلوس في الولايات المتحدة ، وتوفي في 15 يونيو 2009 في كاسلتون في الولايات المتحدة. [1] [2] [3] مراجع[ عدل] ^ "Patrick Villers Farrow" ، Legacy.com، مؤرشف من الأصل في 19 مارس 2018، اطلع عليه بتاريخ 11 مايو 2016.

  7. Self-taught artist Patrick Villiers Farrow (1942–2009) was one of seven children born to actress Maureen O'Sullivan and film director John Farrow. Patrick Farrow moved to Vermont in 1964. Working in bronze and steel, his first solo exhibition was in Beverly Hills, California in 1967 and he became a Fellow of the National Sculpture Society in 1990.