Maria Grinberg was a Russian pianist. She was born in Odessa, Ukraine, then part of the Russian Empire.
Grinberg is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Adam Greenberg (born 1939), Polish cinematographer Alexander Grinberg, Soviet photographer Anouk Grinberg (born 1963), Belgian actor Emanuel Grinberg (1911–1982), Latvian mathematician Grinberg's theorem, named after Emanuel Grinberg Gedalio Grinberg (1931–2009), Cuban-American watchmaker Iosif Grinberg (1906–1980), Soviet literary critic Ivan Grinberg (1908–1973), the birth name of Philip Rahv Jacques Grinberg (1941-2011), Neo-expressionist painter and printmaker.
In graph theory, Grinberg's theorem is a necessary condition for a planar graph to contain a Hamiltonian cycle, based on the lengths of its face cycles. The result has been widely used to construct non-Hamiltonian planar graphs with further properties, such as to give new counterexamples to Tait's conjecture .
The Grinberg Method is a method of teaching that focuses on using the body, specifically body attention, perception and the individual's direct personal experience. The goal is for people to learn to be attentive to themselves and their surroundings, and stop automatic limiting habits in order to increase their ability to recuperate, and attain personal goals and well-being.
Aleksandr Danilovich Grinberg was a Russian and Soviet photographer. In 1908 he was awarded the silver medal in the all-Russian photo exhibition in Moscow and the gold medal in the international photo-exhibition in Dresden.Since 1929, the year of the "Great Break", with the turn in the Soviet politics toward arts, his erotic photography was declared inappropriate for Soviet morale, as a feature of the "overindulged idleness of the rich".
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