A Brush With Nature

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Your Brush With Nature

Author : Heiner C. Hertling
ISBN : 0979512301
Genre : Art
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Heiner Hertling, PBS host of Your Brush with Nature, shares his painting secrets in this lighthearted, easy-to-follow book. From art students to teachers, beginners to pros, Heiner guides his readers and gives them the tools and confidence needed to awaken their creative talents.
Category: Art

A Brush With Nature

Author : Alex Beard
ISBN : 1943876339
Genre :
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New Orleans-based painter and admired children's author Alex Beard is the creator of a unique style of painting called "Abstract Naturalism," which combines abstract expressionism with naturalist environmental art. Included in this lavishly produced collection are works he's made over the past twenty-five years.
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A Brush With Nature

Author : Richard Mabey
ISBN : 1849908257
Genre : Natural history
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Described as 'Britain's greatest living nature writer', Richard Mabey has revealed his passion for the natural world in eloquent stories for BBC Wildlife Magazine. This volume features his favourite pieces and presents a fascinating and inspiring view of the changing natural landscape in which we live. Peppered throughout with references to the heritage of nature writing, and great writers from Richard Jefferies and John Clare to Roger Deakin and Robert MacFarlane, A Brush With Nature is part memoir, part nature journal, part social history, giving us a unique insight into a nature lover's reflections over a quarter of a century.
Category: Natural history

A Brush With Nature

Author : Christopher Riopelle
ISBN : 1857099982
Genre : Art
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"Beginning in the 1950s, John and Charlotte Gere pioneered the collecting of small-scale landscape oil sketches created by eighteenth- and nineteenth-century artists working out of doors. Such pictures, painted quickly to capture subtle atmospheric effects and the fleeting play of light, played a vital role in the visual training of generations of European artists. The sketches were not conceived of as finished works of art, were rarely if ever exhibited during the painters' lifetimes, and were often kept in the studio for later consultation." "Today the Gere collection numbers some 70 works, the majority of them views of Italy by British, French, Italian, German, Belgian and Scandinavian artists. It includes paintings by such admired figures as Thomas Jones, Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes, Simon Denis, Louis Gauffier, Francois-Marius Granet, Gilles Classon, Giovanni-Battista Camuccini and Frederic, Lord Leighton. These intimate and compelling documents of artists at work form what is perhaps the most comprehensive collection of its kind." "Two introductory essays provide a background to the collection. Charlotte Gere's memoir charts its formation, while Christopher Riopelle's essay traces the development of the plein-air oil sketch, and its place in European painting. This revised edition incorporates new information about the paintings gathered since the Gere collection was first shown at the National Gallery in summer 1999, much of it generously provided by visitors to that exhibition."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Art

The Spirit Of The Brush

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ISBN : UCSC:32106012691413
Genre : Landscape painting
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Category: Landscape painting

The Spirit Of The Brush

Author : Sungsook Hong Setto
ISBN : 9781631592904
Genre : Art
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Chinese ink painting is one of the oldest continually practiced art forms in the world. It first appeared in China in the fifth century, and soon traveled to Korea and then to Japan. As old and deeply rooted in East Asian aesthetics and meditation as it is, ink painting is credited with influencing the development of Western modern art. Its minimalist approach to painting continues to have enormous appeal. Artist and teacher Sungsook Setton, who learned the techniques with Chinese and Korean masters in her native South Korea, brings new excitement to this age-old art. While teaching the traditional disciplines for holding and using the brush, she shows students how to turn the techniques and inner meditation toward interpreting their own world: city views, music, and the essence of contemporary life.
Category: Art

The Ch I Of The Brush

Author : Nan Rae
ISBN : 0823006190
Genre : Art
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The author, an artist, illustrates the Literati style of painting that seeks to capture the chi, or essence, of a subject through a rapid, intuitive style of brushstroke that seeks to convey a "mind image" of the subject. Original.
Category: Art

Illustrating Nature

Author : Dorothea Barlowe
ISBN : 9780486155234
Genre : Art
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A pair of professional artists offers valuable suggestions for realistic portrayals of flowers, animals, and other natural subjects. Detailed, step-by-step demonstrations use watercolors, oils, pencil, and other media. Over 400 illustrations.
Category: Art

Designing Nature

Author : John T. Carpenter
ISBN : 9781588394712
Genre : Art, Japanese
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"The distinctive style of Japanese art known as Rinpa embraces bold, graphic renderings of natural motifs and formalized depictions of fictional characters, poets, and sages. An aesthetic that arose in Japan in the 16th century and flourished until modern times, the Rinpa school is celebrated for its use of lavish pigments and its references to traditional court literature and poetry. Central to the Rinpa aesthetic is the evocation of the natural world - especially animals and plants with literary connotations - as well as eye-catching compositions that cleverly integrate calligraphy and image. Featuring beautiful colour reproductions of some ninety works - including painting, calligraphy, printed books, textiles, lacquerware, ceramics, and cloisonne - from the Metropolitan Museum of Art and other notable public and private collections, "Designing Nature" traces the development of Rinpa, highlighting the school's most prominent proponents and, for the first time, the influence of this quintessential Japanese style on modern design aesthetics in both the East and the West"--Publisher's website.
Category: Art, Japanese

Sisters Of The Brush

Author : Tamar Garb
ISBN : 0300059035
Genre : Art
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Although the women of the Union were often quite conservative politically, socially, and stylistically, says Garb, they believed that women had a special gift that would enhance France's cultural reputation and maintain the uplifting moral-cultural position that seemed in jeopardy at the turn of the century. Focusing on the developments that made the prominence of the organisation possible, Garb discusses the growth of the women's movement, educational reforms, institutional changes in the art world, and critical debates and contemporary scientific thought.
Category: Art

Nature Photography Close Up

Author : Paul Harcourt Davies
ISBN : 081745019X
Genre : Photography
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Nature reveals her unseen beauty in an up-close-and-personal fashion in the photographs of Paul Harcourt Davies and Peter Parks. Zooming in on the "faces" of dragonflies and hornets, unearthing the intricate patterns of fungi and mosses, and even capturing the active beauty of plankton, Nature Photography Close Up presents a "think small" approach to natural subjects. Containing dozens of full-color photographs, each accompanied by a succinct and insightful essay, this gorgeous book doubles as a showcase and an instructional guide. Any photographers with an interest in macro nature photography will enjoy this new way of looking at the unseen wonders around them.
Category: Photography

The Wonders Of Nature And Art

Author : Thomas Smith
ISBN : NYPL:33433005462670
Genre : Encyclopedias and dictionaries
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Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries

Shrinath Ji

Author : Anu Julka
ISBN : 9781482822861
Genre : Krishna (Hindu deity)
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This book is about the Pichwai paintings, which have been in practice for the last three hundred years in Vallabhacharya Sect temples of Lord Krishna. These paintings portray Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna as a child is shown in different moods, attires, and postures. Painting Pichwai is an ancient form of art passed on from generation to generation, and it has a devotional theme toward Lord Krishna.
Category: Krishna (Hindu deity)

The Nature Of College

Author : James J. Farrell
ISBN : 9781571313225
Genre : Social Science
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Traces a day in the life of an American college student that challenges popular conceptions of ivy-accented campuses with images of culturally reflective t-shirts, keg parties and dormitory life to reveal how college represents opportunities for enabling a sustainable future. Simultaneous.
Category: Social Science

The Idea Of Design

Author : Victor Margolin
ISBN : 0262631660
Genre : Design
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The Idea of Design is an anthology of essays that addresses the nature and practiceof product design and graphic design in the contemporary world. The essays, selected from volumes4-9 of the international journal Design Issues, focus on three themes: reflection on the nature ofdesign, the meaning of products, and the place of design in world culture. The authors aredistinguished scholars, historians, designers, and design educators. The diversity of their workillustrates the pluralistic and interdisciplinary dimensions of the idea of design in contemporaryculture.Contributors : Rudolf Arnheim. S. Balaram. Richard Buchanan. A. Cheng. MihalyCsikszentmihalyi. Yves Deforge. Clive Dilnot. Alain Findeli. Jorge Frascara. Tony Fry. RajeswariGhose. Takuo Hirano. Martin Krampen. Laus Krippendorf. Tomas Maldonado. Victor Margolin. AbrahamMoles. Victor Papanek. Gert Selle. Ann Tyler. Barbara Usherwood.A Design Issues Reader
Category: Design

John Muir Nature Writings Loa 92

Author : John Muir
ISBN : 9781598533422
Genre : Nature
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In a lifetime of exploration, writing, and passionate political activism, John Muir became America's most eloquent spokesman for the mystery and majesty of the wilderness. A crucial figure in the creation of our national parks system and a far-seeing prophet of environmental awareness who founded the Sierra Club in 1892, he was also a master of natural description who evoked with unique power and intimacy the untrammeled landscapes of the American West. The Library of America's Nature Writings collects his most significant and best-loved works in a single volume, including: The Story of My Boyhood and Youth (1913), My First Summer in the Sierra (1911), The Mountains of California (1894) and Stickeen (1909). Rounding out the volume is a rich selection of essays—including "Yosemite Glaciers," "God's First Temples," "Snow-Storm on Mount Shasta," "The American Forests," and the late appeal "Save the Redwoods"—highlighting various aspects of his career: his exploration of the Grand Canyon and of what became Yosemite and Yellowstone national parks, his successful crusades to preserve the wilderness, his early walking tour to Florida, and the Alaska journey of 1879. LIBRARY OF AMERICA is an independent nonprofit cultural organization founded in 1979 to preserve our nation’s literary heritage by publishing, and keeping permanently in print, America’s best and most significant writing. The Library of America series includes more than 300 volumes to date, authoritative editions that average 1,000 pages in length, feature cloth covers, sewn bindings, and ribbon markers, and are printed on premium acid-free paper that will last for centuries.
Category: Nature

Capturing Nature S Beauty

Author : Édouard Kopp
ISBN : 0892369957
Genre : Art
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Presents an informative introduction to the tradition of French landscape painting. Featuring full-colour illustrations, this title highlights the key moments of the French landscape tradition from its emergence in the 1600s to its pre-eminence in the 1800s.
Category: Art

The Book Of Nature

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ISBN : HARVARD:HWHJJG
Genre : Natural history
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Category: Natural history