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Paris In Watercolour

Author : Geoff Kersey
ISBN : 1844485358
Genre : Art
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Geoff Kersey shows how to paint five famous Paris scenes including the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and a Montmartre Caf�, and all the outlines are provided as pull-out tracings. People who want to learn to paint without relying on their drawing skills have everything they need in this book.

County Roads

Author : Terry Culbert
ISBN : 1896182216
Genre : Ontario
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Drawings And Watercolours

Author : Honoré Daumier
ISBN : STANFORD:36105042943535
Genre : Art
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British Watercolours And Drawings From Rowlandson To Riley

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ISBN : UCAL:B4925351
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The Truth Is Always Grey

Author : Frances Guerin
ISBN : 9781452957258
Genre : Art
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Changing how we look at and think about the color grey Why did many of the twentieth century’s best-known abstract painters often choose grey, frequently considered a noncolor and devoid of meaning? Frances Guerin argues that painters (including Jasper Johns, Cy Twombly, Agnes Martin, Brice Marden, Mark Rothko, and Gerhard Richter) select grey to respond to a key question of modernist art: What is painting? By analyzing an array of modernist paintings, Guerin demonstrates that grey has a unique history and a legitimate identity as a color. She traces its use by painters as far back as medieval and Renaissance art, through Romanticism, to nineteenth- and twentieth-century modernism to show how grey is the perfect color to address the questions asked by painting within art history and to articulate the relationship between painting and the historical world of industrial modernity. A work of exceptional erudition, breadth, and clarity, presenting an impressive range of canonical paintings across centuries as examples, The Truth Is Always Grey is a treatise on color that allows us to see something entirely new in familiar paintings and encourages our appreciation for the innovation and dynamism of the color grey.

Victorian Painting

Author : Lionel Lambourne
ISBN : UOM:39015048561073
Genre : Art
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This text presents an overview of one of the most fertile and exuberanteriods in the history of art. It embraces not only the UK but also thenglish-speaking countries linked to England by the cultural ties of empirend emigration.;Long out of fashion, Victorian painting is now enjoyed in itswn right. This book is divided by themes into 22 chapters, and featuresnecdotes and colour illustrations from the period. It can also serve as aeference work as it features the work of some lesser-known artists, as wells the famous and well-loved images.

Australian Watercolour Painters 1780 To The Present Day

Author : Jean Campbell
ISBN : PSU:000016335622
Genre : Art
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Art Theatre And Opera In Paris 1750 1850

Author : Richard Wrigley
ISBN : 9781351575355
Genre : Art
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Art, Theatre, and Opera in Paris, 1750-1850: Exchanges and Tensions maps some of the many complex and vivid connections between art, theatre, and opera in a period of dramatic and challenging historical change, thereby deepening an understanding of familiar (and less familiar) artworks, practices, and critical strategies in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Throughout this period, new types of subject matter were shared, fostering both creative connections and reflection on matters of decorum, legibility, pictorial, and dramatic structure. Correspondances were at work on several levels: conception, design, and critical judgement. In a time of vigorous social, political, and cultural contestation, the status and role of the arts and their interrelation came to be a matter of passionate public scrutiny. Scholars from art history, French theatre studies, and musicology trace some of those connections and clashes, making visible the intimately interwoven and entangled world of the arts. Protagonists include Diderot, Sedaine, Jacques-Louis David, Ignace-Eug?-Marie Degotti, Marie Malibran, Paul Delaroche, Casimir Delavigne, Marie Dorval, the 'Bleeding Nun' from Lewis's The Monk, the Com?e-Fran?se and Etienne-Jean Del?uze.

Irish Watercolors And Drawings

Author : Anne Crookshank
ISBN : UOM:39015034276355
Genre : Art
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The Illustrated Story Of Art

Author : DK
ISBN : 9781409350019
Genre : Art
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Great art movements and the paintings that inspired them The Illustrated Story of Art is an innovative approach to understanding the history of art, from cave painting to the modern day, with pivotal works of art examined in the context of history, culture and the lives of their creators. This invaluable art reference book reveals the creative impulse behind every major art movement, from the Renaissance to Surrealism and abstract to pop art, with a visual timeline to show famous paintings and key events. Turning-point paintings that triggered movements are identified and explained as well as the influences behind the famous artworks such as technical advances, admired techniques of earlier artists, and changes in society. So you'll learn why Boudin's Beach Scene inspired the impressionist movement and why Monet's Grainstacks defined it. Vivid images of artistic masterpieces from each style and a glossary of terms make this an indispensable work of reference. Covering the evolution of each major art genre as well as featuring the famous paintings that ignited new artistic movements, The Illustrated Story of Art presents the history of art in a visually stunning way, that is perfect for art-lovers, exhibition-goers and anyone who appreciates great art.

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