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Rustic Buildings And Barns In Watercolour

Author : Terry Harrison
ISBN : 1844483428
Genre : Art
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Shares accessible tips for painting realistic windmills, farmhouses, and other pastoral buildings, providing step-by-step sequences for various architectural aspects from tiled roofs and flowered window frames to old-time doors and rustic porches. Original.

Watercolour Barns

Author : Terry Harrison
ISBN : 1844484084
Genre : Art
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Harrison shares his passion for rustic buildings with five beautiful landscapes, each with a barn as its focal point.

Ireland In Watercolour

Author : Terry Harrison
ISBN : 1844483630
Genre : Art
File Size : 30. 33 MB
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Showcasing Gaelic scenes, such as a Georgian doorway in Dublin and a classic pub entryway, this collection of watercolor projects will surely appeal to lovers of iconic cityscapes and landscapes. Amateur artists and travelers alike who wish to experience or relive Irish cultural motifs will quickly benefit from basic step-by-step demonstrations and clear, guided instructions. Also, for artists who are new to painting and do not have accomplished drawing skills, this project guide offers tracing papers for each of the five Irish scenes along with tips for transferring the images to watercolor stock.

Geoff Kersey S Pocket Book For Watercolour Artists

Author : Geoff Kersey
ISBN : 9781781265581
Genre : Art
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Geoff Kersey shares his expertise in this book packed full of tips for watercolour painters. Learn all you need to know, from what to buy, composing a painting and mastering techniques such as wet into wet and dry brush work, to how to paint skies, water, trees, buildings and more. The tips are clearly explained and illustrated through artwork and step-by-step photographs.This title was previously published as Geoff's Top Tips for Watercolour Artists. In this new, easy-to-use flexibinding format with an updated design, the books in the Watercolour Artists' Pocket Books series bring you the best tips from some of Search Press's leading authors.

The Pre Raphaelite Landscape

Author : Allen Staley
ISBN : UOM:39015009332126
Genre : Art
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John Pawson

Author : John Pawson
ISBN : UOM:39015028453150
Genre : Architectes - Canada
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This series explores architecture; furniture; and interior, graphic, and industrial design with the intention of reflecting the wealth and diversity found in the extensive panorama of contemporary design. Featured designers are chosen on the basis of their originality and their accomplishments. Each book starts with an introductory essay by a well-known critic or designer. The designers themselves stylize the presentation and decide what material will be included -- therefore presenting not only a reference text, but also exhibiting another aspect of the designer's creative vision.

La Danza De La Muerte

Author : Francisco A. de Icaza
ISBN : UOM:39015009362701
Genre : Poetry
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Three Houses Many Lives

Author : Gillian Tindall
ISBN : 9781409041207
Genre : History
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‘A major achievement' Ronald Blythe, author of Akenfield A Cotswold vicarage. A former girls' boarding school in Surrey. A Jacobean house now buried in inner London. Three Houses, Many Lives tells the stories not only of the houses themselves but of the lives of the many people who lived in them. From Eugenia Stanhope who sold Lord Chesterfield's scandalous letters, to the autocratic vicar who held the same parish from age 28 to 82, from the just-literate wife of a parish clerk who wrote riddles in his registers, to the cow-keeper who farmed 226 acres in Hornsey till he sold them profitably when the railways came through. Gillian Tindall is a master of miniaturist history, making a particular place, person or situation stand for a much larger picture.

On Common Ground

Author : Richard D. Merritt
ISBN : 9781459703490
Genre : History
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This tract of land in Niagara-on-the-Lake has witnessed an amazing cavalcade of Canadian history. For 250 years a large tract of oak savannah at the mouth of the Niagara River designated as a Military Reserve has witnessed a rich military and political history: the site of the first parliament of Upper Canada; a battleground during the War of 1812; and annual summer militia camps and the training camp for tens of thousands of men and women during the First and Second World Wars. In the midst of the Reserve stood the symbolic Indian Council House where thousands of Native allies received their annual presents and participated in treaty negotiations. From its inception, this territory was regarded by the local citizenry as common lands, their "Commons." Although portions of the perimeter have been severed for various purposes, including the Shaw Festival Theatre, today this historic place includes three National Historic Sites, playing fields, walking trails, and remnants of first-growth forest in Paradise Grove. On Common Ground chronicles the extraordinary lives and events that have made this place very special indeed.

Island To Empire

Author : Art Gallery of South Australia
ISBN : UCSD:31822029607017
Genre : Art
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The important book surveys Britain's art tradition from the British Renaissance in the mid-16th century as the country became the center of the "civilized" world. With the prohibition against t the religious imagery that is basic to European art, the British developed a down-to-earth perspective, a confidence and an individualism that became their hallmark.

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