Van Gogh (Arnoldo Mondadori Arte) by Gabriele Grepaldi

By Gabriele Grepaldi

Vincent Willem van Gogh (30 March 1853 – 29 July 1890) was once a post-Impressionist painter of Dutch foundation whose work—notable for its tough attractiveness, emotional honesty, and ambitious color—had a far-reaching impression on 20th-century artwork. After years of painful anxiousness and widespread bouts of psychological ailment, he died elderly 37 from a gunshot wound, in general authorised to be self-inflicted (although no gun used to be ever found). His paintings used to be then identified to just a handful of individuals and favored by means of fewer nonetheless.

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By Gabriele Grepaldi

Vincent Willem van Gogh (30 March 1853 – 29 July 1890) was once a post-Impressionist painter of Dutch foundation whose work—notable for its tough attractiveness, emotional honesty, and ambitious color—had a far-reaching impression on 20th-century artwork. After years of painful anxiousness and widespread bouts of psychological ailment, he died elderly 37 from a gunshot wound, in general authorised to be self-inflicted (although no gun used to be ever found). His paintings used to be then identified to just a handful of individuals and favored by means of fewer nonetheless.

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Brian Eno: Visual Music by Christopher Scoates, Visit Amazon's Brian Eno Page, search

By Christopher Scoates, Visit Amazon's Brian Eno Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Brian Eno, , Roy Ascott, Visit Amazon's Steve Dietz Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Steve Dietz, , Brian Dillon, Will Wright

This entire monograph celebrates the visible paintings of popular musician Brian Eno. Spanning greater than forty years, Brian Eno: visible Music weaves a discussion among Eno's museum and gallery installations and his musical endeavors—all illustrated with never-before-published archival fabrics comparable to sketchbook pages, set up perspectives, screenshots, and extra. Steve Dietz, Brian Dillon, Roy Ascott, and William R. Wright contextualize Eno's contribution to new media artwork, whereas Eno himself stocks insights into his technique. each reproduction incorporates a obtain code for a formerly unreleased piece of song created through Eno, making this assortment a considered necessary for enthusiasts and creditors.

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By Christopher Scoates, Visit Amazon's Brian Eno Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Brian Eno, , Roy Ascott, Visit Amazon's Steve Dietz Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Steve Dietz, , Brian Dillon, Will Wright

This entire monograph celebrates the visible paintings of popular musician Brian Eno. Spanning greater than forty years, Brian Eno: visible Music weaves a discussion among Eno's museum and gallery installations and his musical endeavors—all illustrated with never-before-published archival fabrics comparable to sketchbook pages, set up perspectives, screenshots, and extra. Steve Dietz, Brian Dillon, Roy Ascott, and William R. Wright contextualize Eno's contribution to new media artwork, whereas Eno himself stocks insights into his technique. each reproduction incorporates a obtain code for a formerly unreleased piece of song created through Eno, making this assortment a considered necessary for enthusiasts and creditors.

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What's the Difference? (A Study Guide to the DVD Featuring by John Piper

By John Piper

Scripture is obvious that manhood and womanhood are the beautifulhandiwork of an outstanding and loving God, contends John Piper inWhat's the variation? "God designed our modifications, andthey are profound." but whilst rightly understood based on God'sWord, his imaginative and prescient for either women and men isn't really oppressive,prideful, or self-promoting. "It conforms to who we're by way of God'sgood layout. consequently it's gratifying within the private experience ofthat word."This learn guide-a spouse to the what is theDifference? DVD-commends the sweetness and the biblicaltruth of God's plan for women and men as a part of a six-session,guided team learn. each one lesson comes whole with Scripture andkey quotations for mirrored image, penetrating questions, and fivedaily assignments a week to either organize workforce contributors for andreinforce Piper's strong educating in order that all could come torecognize and include our God-given ameliorations.

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By John Piper

Scripture is obvious that manhood and womanhood are the beautifulhandiwork of an outstanding and loving God, contends John Piper inWhat's the variation? "God designed our modifications, andthey are profound." but whilst rightly understood based on God'sWord, his imaginative and prescient for either women and men isn't really oppressive,prideful, or self-promoting. "It conforms to who we're by way of God'sgood layout. consequently it's gratifying within the private experience ofthat word."This learn guide-a spouse to the what is theDifference? DVD-commends the sweetness and the biblicaltruth of God's plan for women and men as a part of a six-session,guided team learn. each one lesson comes whole with Scripture andkey quotations for mirrored image, penetrating questions, and fivedaily assignments a week to either organize workforce contributors for andreinforce Piper's strong educating in order that all could come torecognize and include our God-given ameliorations.

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The Photographs of Édouard Baldus by Malcolm Daniel

By Malcolm Daniel

The photographer Édouard Baldus (1813–1889), a principal determine within the early improvement of French images and stated in his day as a pioneer within the still-experimental box, used to be commonly acclaimed either for his aesthetic sensitivity and for his technical prowess. developing a brand new mode of representing structure and describing the rising smooth panorama with outstanding authority, he loved excessive patronage within the 1850s and 1860s. but, regardless of the artists renown in the course of his lifetime, his identify is all yet unknown this day, his paintings savored merely via connoisseurs.
This e-book, the 1st to chronicle the existence and occupation of this significant artist, brings his paintings once again prior to the general public. the excellent caliber of the reproductions captures the sophisticated tones and smooth matte surfaces of the unique prints, a lot of that are released right here for the 1st time.

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By Malcolm Daniel

The photographer Édouard Baldus (1813–1889), a principal determine within the early improvement of French images and stated in his day as a pioneer within the still-experimental box, used to be commonly acclaimed either for his aesthetic sensitivity and for his technical prowess. developing a brand new mode of representing structure and describing the rising smooth panorama with outstanding authority, he loved excessive patronage within the 1850s and 1860s. but, regardless of the artists renown in the course of his lifetime, his identify is all yet unknown this day, his paintings savored merely via connoisseurs.
This e-book, the 1st to chronicle the existence and occupation of this significant artist, brings his paintings once again prior to the general public. the excellent caliber of the reproductions captures the sophisticated tones and smooth matte surfaces of the unique prints, a lot of that are released right here for the 1st time.

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Tomb Sculpture Four Lectures on Its Changing Aspects from by Erwin Panofsky

By Erwin Panofsky

Erwin Panofsky was once a German artwork historian, whose educational profession was once pursued nearly solely within the U.S. after the increase of the Nazi regime. In 1935, whereas instructing at the same time at big apple college and Princeton collage (something he endured to do his complete career), he used to be invited to hitch the school of the newly shaped Institute for complex learn at Princeton. From 1947 to 1948 Panofsky was once the Charles Eliot Norton professor at Harvard University.
This e-book provides a distinct quartet of lectures by way of the past due Erwin Panofsky, universally stated as one of many 20th centurys major interpreters of the that means of artworks. within the textual content of those lectures Dr. Panofsky illuminates the area of tomb sculpture, an paintings shape that has existed because the sunrise of civilization, as its imagery expresses humankinds hopes and fears within the face of demise, the striving for immortality. Many readers will want no creation to the scholarship and humanism of Dr. Panofsky, who was once Professor Emeritus on the Institute for complicated research, Princeton. The uninitiated will locate in those lectures a wonderful mix of studying and leisure, wonderfully illustrated by way of 471 black-and-white photos. the range and wonder of those reproductions are themselves breathtaking.
Starting with Egypt and pursuing the topic of funerary paintings via its attention-grabbing cultural expressions - Greek, Roman, Early Christian, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, to the good monuments of the Baroque - Tomb Sculpture finds the various faces that memorials have taken. each one of those appears indirectly well-known to us, although unique its beginning, for every one carried in its day a which means that hasn't ever been absent in our lives. Dr. Panofskys exploration of tomb sculpture during the a while, from many faiths, nations, and cultures, enriches our figuring out of those monuments in numerous methods. With correctly selected analogies from poetry, philosophy, or even song, he broadens our view as he brings closer to us the typical diversity of our human adventure. Abrams is proud to reissue this vintage quantity, which has lengthy been unavailable. It features a new foreword via Professor Martin Warnke of Hamburg, a widely known paintings historian and co-founder of the journal notion.

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By Erwin Panofsky

Erwin Panofsky was once a German artwork historian, whose educational profession was once pursued nearly solely within the U.S. after the increase of the Nazi regime. In 1935, whereas instructing at the same time at big apple college and Princeton collage (something he endured to do his complete career), he used to be invited to hitch the school of the newly shaped Institute for complex learn at Princeton. From 1947 to 1948 Panofsky was once the Charles Eliot Norton professor at Harvard University.
This e-book provides a distinct quartet of lectures by way of the past due Erwin Panofsky, universally stated as one of many 20th centurys major interpreters of the that means of artworks. within the textual content of those lectures Dr. Panofsky illuminates the area of tomb sculpture, an paintings shape that has existed because the sunrise of civilization, as its imagery expresses humankinds hopes and fears within the face of demise, the striving for immortality. Many readers will want no creation to the scholarship and humanism of Dr. Panofsky, who was once Professor Emeritus on the Institute for complicated research, Princeton. The uninitiated will locate in those lectures a wonderful mix of studying and leisure, wonderfully illustrated by way of 471 black-and-white photos. the range and wonder of those reproductions are themselves breathtaking.
Starting with Egypt and pursuing the topic of funerary paintings via its attention-grabbing cultural expressions - Greek, Roman, Early Christian, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, to the good monuments of the Baroque - Tomb Sculpture finds the various faces that memorials have taken. each one of those appears indirectly well-known to us, although unique its beginning, for every one carried in its day a which means that hasn't ever been absent in our lives. Dr. Panofskys exploration of tomb sculpture during the a while, from many faiths, nations, and cultures, enriches our figuring out of those monuments in numerous methods. With correctly selected analogies from poetry, philosophy, or even song, he broadens our view as he brings closer to us the typical diversity of our human adventure. Abrams is proud to reissue this vintage quantity, which has lengthy been unavailable. It features a new foreword via Professor Martin Warnke of Hamburg, a widely known paintings historian and co-founder of the journal notion.

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The total work of art: from Bayreuth to cyberspace by Matthew Wilson Smith

By Matthew Wilson Smith

The entire murals offers a extensive survey that includes many canonical artists right into a unmarried narrative. With specific recognition to the effect of the whole murals on smooth theatre and function, this short advent may also be of curiosity to scholars in such fields as movie experiences, tune background, historical past of paintings, cultural experiences, and glossy eu literatures.

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By Matthew Wilson Smith

The entire murals offers a extensive survey that includes many canonical artists right into a unmarried narrative. With specific recognition to the effect of the whole murals on smooth theatre and function, this short advent may also be of curiosity to scholars in such fields as movie experiences, tune background, historical past of paintings, cultural experiences, and glossy eu literatures.

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Manet, 1832-1883 by Francoise Cachin, Charles Moffett

By Francoise Cachin, Charles Moffett

Exhibits hundreds and hundreds of the French artists work, drawings, watercolors, and prints, and describes the heritage of every paintings.

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By Francoise Cachin, Charles Moffett

Exhibits hundreds and hundreds of the French artists work, drawings, watercolors, and prints, and describes the heritage of every paintings.

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Félix Vallotton by N. V. Brodskaia

By N. V. Brodskaia

Félix Vallotton (1865-1925) was once energetic on the flip of the century. even supposing he's most sensible identified for his amazing and assuredly composed Japanese-inspired woodblock prints, Vallotton used to be additionally a talented painter, developing works that arrestingly mixed technical perfection with emotional realism. This seminal textual content offers readers with a desirable evaluate of the occupation of this progressive artist.

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By N. V. Brodskaia

Félix Vallotton (1865-1925) was once energetic on the flip of the century. even supposing he's most sensible identified for his amazing and assuredly composed Japanese-inspired woodblock prints, Vallotton used to be additionally a talented painter, developing works that arrestingly mixed technical perfection with emotional realism. This seminal textual content offers readers with a desirable evaluate of the occupation of this progressive artist.

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Ron Ranson On Skies: Techniques In Watercolor And Other by Ron Ranson

By Ron Ranson

From the serenity of a color-streaked night sky to the breaking gentle of a brand new day to the misty grayness after a rain bathe, the ever altering sky dictates the full temper and feeling of panorama portray. grasp watercolorist Ron Ranson demonstrates tips on how to catch the sky and enhance the standard of your work, utilizing a palette of merely seven shades. He explains how one can use a digicam as a device and pictures as a resource to maintain your paintings clean, fast, and spontaneous. a colourful gallery of comprehensive work illustrates the result of many of the recommendations, and Ranson's consistent enthusiasm presents lots of encouragement. From clouds to daylight to climatic conditions, through effectively studying the great thing about the sky you are going to create greater work at any time when you place brush to paper. a range of F&W's North mild ebook membership. Studio Vista 128 pages (all in color), eight 3/4 x 10 7/8.

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By Ron Ranson

From the serenity of a color-streaked night sky to the breaking gentle of a brand new day to the misty grayness after a rain bathe, the ever altering sky dictates the full temper and feeling of panorama portray. grasp watercolorist Ron Ranson demonstrates tips on how to catch the sky and enhance the standard of your work, utilizing a palette of merely seven shades. He explains how one can use a digicam as a device and pictures as a resource to maintain your paintings clean, fast, and spontaneous. a colourful gallery of comprehensive work illustrates the result of many of the recommendations, and Ranson's consistent enthusiasm presents lots of encouragement. From clouds to daylight to climatic conditions, through effectively studying the great thing about the sky you are going to create greater work at any time when you place brush to paper. a range of F&W's North mild ebook membership. Studio Vista 128 pages (all in color), eight 3/4 x 10 7/8.

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