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Higgenson was smitten and even though she had a boyfriend, he told her he was going to write a song about her.“I thought he was just being flirtatious and leading me along,” the 24-year-old athlete told Lauer and Vieira.As a nationally ranked runner and an Olympic hopeful, Delilah Di Crescenzo is used to being chased — but by other athletes, not by pop singers from Chicago.
To pursue that dream, she moved to Conshohocken, Pa., where she trains full-time while working as an assistant track and cross-country coach at Bryn Mawr.
She kept casually in touch with Higgenson, mostly through e-mails and instant messages.
“What I really hope through all of this is that it spotlights track and field, and it gives the sport a face, which is really important to us athletes in an Olympic year,” the woman who inspired Song of the Year nominee “Hey There Delilah” told TODAY co-hosts Meredith Vieira and Matt Lauer on Wednesday.
It’s been a long chase both for her and for Tom Higgenson, lead singer for the Plain White T’s, who wrote the song five years ago after being introduced to Di Crescenzo by a friend.
This description refers most probably to the present painting (Drossaers 1930, p. for example "The abduction of Proserpina" (Corpus of Rembrandt paintings, vol. A 39)), it is not inconceivable that a Rembrandt should be described as a Lievens (Corpus of Rembrandt paintings, vol.
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Bearing in mind the uncertainty as to attributions to Rembrandt or Lievens that one finds in the inventory of the Prince of Orange's collection (cf. From 1707 until the second half of the eighteenth century the painting was considered as a work by Rembrandt (Drossaers/Lunsingh Scheurleer 1974, vol. The information was last updated 5 November 2016 References to this page To refer to this information please use the following credit line: The Rembrandt Database, Object information, Rembrandt, Samson and Delilah, dated 1628, Gemäldegalerie (Staatliche Museen zu Berlin), Berlin, inv.
No evidence could be found that would indicate that the signature may be a later addition; nor was there any reason to doubt the authenticity of the "8" (research project Gemäldegalerie Berlin; Kleinert/Laurenze-Landsberg 2009, p.148-155).
In 1793 the painting was recorded in the inventory of the Stadtschloss as a work by Govert Flinck (Börsch-Supan 1967, p. This attribution has been accepted until the publication of an article by Wilhelm Bode in 1881. According to them the signature has a deviant form and the broad similarities between the present painting and the works by Rembrandt dated 1630 indicate that the date 1628 is unreliable (Corpus of Rembrandt Paintings 1983-, vol. They researched the painting and discovered that the paint application of the "8" is identical to that of the other numbers and characters.
“The song means so much to so many different people.
I’m just happy that it’s had so much success, and I don’t mind playing along with it.” Her boyfriend, who did have bouts of jealousy when the song came out, is also relieved.