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Illumination And Decoration Of Flat Surfaces

Author : Bob Cameron
ISBN : 9780643099111
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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It must be appreciated that no building surface is perfectly flat and that the best that can be expected is the appearance of flatness. Unfortunately, this appearance can easily be destroyed by the effect of glancing light, whether natural or artificial. Illumination and Decoration of Flat Surfaces shows the effect of different light sources on a variety of lining materials and paints so that best results can be achieved. Different types of building surfaces are investigated, including set plaster, fibrous plaster, hardboard and gypsum board with gloss and semi-gloss paint applied. This full-colour edition also discusses new building materials such as cement sheet, polystyrene and various composite panels, as well as new building practices, low embodied energy materials and higher energy efficiency of buildings. Illumination and Decoration of Flat Surfaces is a must-have for people involved in the building industry, both commercial and residential.

Illumination And Decoration Of Flat Surfaces

Author : M. J. Ridge
ISBN : 064305085X
Genre : Ceilings
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A brief scientific review from the CSIRO's Division of Building, Construction and Engineering of the effects of different lighting on flat surfaces. Recommendations are made for the type of lighting to use to produce the decorative effect of a flat surface. The effects of gloss paints and the placement of windows and furniture to give the illusion of a flat surface are examined. Photographs are used to support the conclusions.

The Art Of Illumination Second Edition With Coloured Illustrations

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ISBN : BL:A0021642306
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Victorian Sourcebook Of Medieval Decoration

Author : W. Audsley
ISBN : 9780486155531
Genre : Design
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Meticulously reproduced motifs from rare 1882 edition. Diaper patterns, moldings, bands and borders, floral and foliate designs, illuminated initials, much more. Royalty-free. Introduction. Notes.

The Art Of Illumination As Practised During The Middle Ages

Author : Henry Shaw
ISBN : UOM:39015014568102
Genre : Borders, Ornamental (Decorative arts)
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A Handbook Of The Art Of Illumination As Practised During The Middle Ages With A Description Of The Metals Pigments And Processes Employed By The Artists At Different Periods L P

Author : Henry SHAW (F.S.A.)
ISBN : BL:A0021642307
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Piety In Pieces

Author : Kathryn M. Rudy
ISBN : 9781783742363
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Medieval manuscripts resisted obsolescence. Made by highly specialised craftspeople (scribes, illuminators, book binders) with labour-intensive processes using exclusive and sometimes exotic materials (parchment made from dozens or hundreds of skins, inks and paints made from prized minerals, animals and plants), books were expensive and built to last. They usually outlived their owners. Rather than discard them when they were superseded, book owners found ways to update, amend and upcycle books or book parts. These activities accelerated in the fifteenth century. Most manuscripts made before 1390 were bespoke and made for a particular client, but those made after 1390 (especially books of hours) were increasingly made for an open market, in which the producer was not in direct contact with the buyer. Increased efficiency led to more generic products, which owners were motivated to personalise. It also led to more blank parchment in the book, for example, the backs of inserted miniatures and the blanks ends of textual components. Book buyers of the late fourteenth and throughout the fifteenth century still held onto the old connotations of manuscripts—that they were custom-made luxury items—even when the production had become impersonal. Owners consequently purchased books made for an open market and then personalised them, filling in the blank spaces, and even adding more components later. This would give them an affordable product, but one that still smacked of luxury and met their individual needs. They kept older books in circulation by amending them, attached items to generic books to make them more relevant and valuable, and added new prayers with escalating indulgences as the culture of salvation shifted. Rudy considers ways in which book owners adjusted the contents of their books from the simplest (add a marginal note, sew in a curtain) to the most complex (take the book apart, embellish the components with painted decoration, add more quires of parchment). By making sometimes extreme adjustments, book owners kept their books fashionable and emotionally relevant. This study explores the intersection of codicology and human desire. Rudy shows how increased modularisation of book making led to more standardisation but also to more opportunities for personalisation. She asks: What properties did parchment manuscripts have that printed books lacked? What are the interrelationships among technology, efficiency, skill loss and standardisation?

Gas Age

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ISBN : NYPL:33433066345764
Genre : Electric lighting
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Includes summaries of proceedings and addresses of annual meetings of various gas associations. L.C. set includes an index to these proceedings, 1884-1902, issued as a supplement to Progressive age, Feb. 15, 1910.

The Art Of Illuminating

Author : William Robert Tymms
ISBN : BML:37001102860207
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The St Albans Psalter

Author : Jane Geddes
ISBN : UOM:39015064904249
Genre : Art
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The St Albans Psalter, made in the 1130s, is one of the great monuments of English Romanesque painting and has survived the disasters of religious upheaval and war in pristine condition. The sequence of forty full-page miniatures illustrating the Life of Christ establishes their artist, the so-called Alexis Master, as one of the most influential painters in early twelfth-century England. It includes 215 initials illustrating the psalms in a vigorously literal way. Their inventiveness and charm belie the complex theological and personal messages which they convey. This new book by Dr. Jane Geddes is the first to reproduce so much of the psalter in color, but it also fully integrates the psalter's contents into the historical context of its probable patron, Abbot Geoffrey of St Albans and its recipient, the Anglo-Saxon hermitess Christina of Markyate. Using a record of Christina's life, written by a St Albans monk, the book examines in depth every aspect of the psalter, tying it in closely to the lives of Christina of Markyate and Abbot Geoffrey. Through her close analysis, Geddes provides a profound insight into female literacy, Anglo-Norman relations, the organization of England's premier scriptorium, monk-nun relations and the emerging Anglo-Norman language. This new book demonstrates the significance of the St Albans Psalter, which in social terms is as important as the Bayeux Tapestry, crystallising the artistic, spiritual and emotional integration of Anglo-Saxons and Normans.

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