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Cambridge Sketchbook

Author : Graham Byfield
ISBN : 1780678258
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The perfect introduction to the city's architectural heritage, Cambridge -- The Watercolour Sketchbook gives visitors and residents insight into a wealth of sights, both grand and intimate in scale. Many facets of the univerity town and surrounds are recorded here, as Graham Byfield strolls with his sketchpad through college gateways, courts and gardens, along broad streets and narrow alleyways, into great ceremonial buildings and medieval pubs full of character. This 128 blank page compact sketchbook is suitable for sketching with pens and pencils. It also features more than 20 stunning illustrations from Graham Byfield's Cambridge -- The Watercolour Sketchbook to inspire budding artists' notes and sketches.
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Cambridge Notecards

Author : GRAHAM. BYFIELD
ISBN : 1780678266
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A perfect introduction to the city’s architectural heritage, Cambridge The Watercolour Sketchbook gives visitors and residents insight into a wealth of sights, both grand and intimate in scale. Many facets of the univerity town and surrounds are recorded here, as Graham Byfield strolls with his sketchpad through college gateways, courts and gardens, along broad streets and narrow alleyways, into great ceremonial buildings and medieval pubs full of character. Here are 12 notecards with twelve watercolour paintings and sketches specially selected from Cambridge The Watercolour Sketchbook.
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Artist About Cambridge

Author : JonCarnegy Harris
ISBN : 9780718847661
Genre : Art
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Jon Harris has lived, breathed and drawn Cambridge for over 50 years. His architect's sense of structure and fabric, his draughtsman's eye and vigorous use of pen and brush have produced an outstanding body of work. In 1997 the Fitzwilliam Museum honoured him with an exhibition of some 90 paintings and drawings. A great many of his best works are published for the fi rst time in Artist about Cambridge. They include drawings from the more than 40 sketchbooks which have been his constant companions over the past half century. Jon Harris's text describes in compelling detail how the images came into being. Harris's work is not a depiction of Cambridge as the tourist might like to have it, but is rather about his fascination with unregarded vistas, its back streets, crucial buildings lost to the wrecking ball, and with the city's industrial past. The artist's unrivalled knowledge and understanding of Cambridge and its environs inform every painting and drawing, helping you enjoy a thousand things you might otherwise miss.
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The Cambridge Companion To Children S Literature

Author : M. O. Grenby
ISBN : 9781139828048
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Some of the most innovative and spell-binding literature has been written for young people, but only recently has academic study embraced its range and complexity. This Companion offers a state-of-the-subject survey of English-language children's literature from the seventeenth century to the present. With discussions ranging from eighteenth-century moral tales to modern fantasies by J. K. Rowling and Philip Pullman, the Companion illuminates acknowledged classics and many more neglected works. Its unique structure means that equal consideration can be given to both texts and contexts. Some chapters analyse key themes and major genres, including humour, poetry, school stories, and picture books. Others explore the sociological dimensions of children's literature and the impact of publishing practices. Written by leading scholars from around the world, this Companion will be essential reading for all students and scholars of children's literature, offering original readings and new research that reflects the latest developments in the field.
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Modernism And The Spiritual In Russian Art

Author : Louise Hardiman
ISBN : 9781783743414
Genre : Art
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In 1911 Vasily Kandinsky published the first edition of ‘On the Spiritual in Art’, a landmark modernist treatise in which he sought to reframe the meaning of art and the true role of the artist. For many artists of late Imperial Russia – a culture deeply influenced by the regime’s adoption of Byzantine Orthodoxy centuries before – questions of religion and spirituality were of paramount importance. As artists and the wider art community experimented with new ideas and interpretations at the dawn of the twentieth century, their relationship with ‘the spiritual’ – broadly defined – was inextricably linked to their roles as pioneers of modernism. This diverse collection of essays introduces new and stimulating approaches to the ongoing debate as to how Russian artistic modernism engaged with questions of spirituality in the late nineteenth to mid-twentieth centuries. Ten chapters from emerging and established voices offer new perspectives on Kandinsky and other familiar names, such as Kazimir Malevich, Mikhail Larionov, and Natalia Goncharova, and introduce less well-known figures, such as the Georgian artists Ucha Japaridze and Lado Gudiashvili, and the craftswoman and art promoter Aleksandra Pogosskaia. Prefaced by a lively and informative introduction by Louise Hardiman and Nicola Kozicharow that sets these perspectives in their historical and critical context, Modernism and the Spiritual in Russian Art: New Perspectives enriches our understanding of the modernist period and breaks new ground in its re-examination of the role of religion and spirituality in the visual arts in late Imperial Russia. Of interest to historians and enthusiasts of Russian art, culture, and religion, and those of international modernism and the avant-garde, it offers innovative readings of a history only partially explored, revealing uncharted corners and challenging long-held assumptions.
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Cambridge

Author : Walter M. Keesey
ISBN : 9781408111239
Genre : History
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Found in our archives, the Black's Sketchbooks are a series of books produced in the early 20th century by a group of well-known artists. Each book contains pen sketches of iconic English and Scottish cities and counties. There are also some books on Continental cities such as Paris and Venice. The result is a charming series of books that present a fascinating look at British and European locations as they were almost a century ago. This title is a delightful look at Cambridge as it was in 1913.
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Peter Dewint 1784 1849

Author : Hammond Smith
ISBN : UOM:39015014399292
Genre : Painters
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Biografie van de Engelse schilder Peter DeWint (1784-1849), aangevuld met een catalogus van zijn werken.
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The Beagle Record

Author : Richard Darwin Keynes
ISBN : 9780521338554
Genre : Nature
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Originally published in 1979, this volume gathers together an account of the voyage of HMS Beagle round the world in 1831-6.
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Art Made Modern

Author : Roger Fry
ISBN : UOM:39015042932171
Genre : Art
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Foreword / John Murdoch -- Preface / Christopher Green -- Pt. I. Essays on Roger Fry: art, criticism and design. Into the twentieth century: Roger Fry's project seen from 2000 / Christopher Green ; Out of the nineteenth century: Roger Fry's early art criticism, 1900-1906 / Elizabeth Prettejohn ; Fathers and sons: Walter Sickert and Roger Fry / Anna Greutzner Robins ; From "art quake" to "pure visual music": Roger Fry and modern British art, 1910-1916 / Richard Cork ; Roger Fry's social vision of art / Judith Collins -- Pt. II. Essays on Roger Fry: remaking the canon. Roger Fry and early Italian art / Caroline Elam ; European 'masterpieces' for America: Roger Fry and the Metropolitan Museum of Art / Flaminia Gennari Santori ; Expanding the canon: Roger Fry's evaluations of the 'civilized' and the 'savage' / Christopher Green -- Pt. III. Roger Fry's canon: From African sculpture to Vlaminck, incorporating the catalogue of the exhibition / Christopher Green -- A lecture by Roger Fry: 'Principles of Design. I. General ideas, paleolithic and neolithic, eary art to Giotto' -- Bibliography -- Index.
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Rsa Journal

Author : Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain)
ISBN : UOM:39015061955442
Genre : Arts
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Samuel Prout 1783 1852

Author : Richard Lockett
ISBN : UCAL:B4451685
Genre : Europe
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Samuel Prout was one of the first artists to specialize in continental views. In the early 1820s he popularized the scenery of the grand tour- Normandy, the Rhine, the Low Countries, Switzerland and Italy, particularly Venice- with a wider public, through the print trade and his books of engravings and lithographs. George IV appointed him 'Painter in Water-Colours in Ordinary' in 1829, and Prout continued to enjoy royal patronage. His especial skill in depicting architectural subjects won him the admiration of Ruskin, who was to become a personal friend. Yet since the end of the nineteenth century Prout's work has received relatively little attention from art historians."--Publisher description.
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Classic Sketchbook Botanicals

Author : Valerie Baines
ISBN : 9781631591396
Genre : Art
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"Learn to sketch and paint flowers, from bud to full-blown! Imagine learning to draw roses with Redoute, or tulips with Pieter Brugel. Imagine learning the secrets that made their flower paintings stand out in their eras and still stand out today. Classic Sketchbook: Botanicals is a draw-in book that shows you how by taking a close look at the details of great floral paintings and coaching readers to try the techniques with the help of an exper's suggestions. Printed on quality uncoated stock and suited for drawing and watercolor, each spread will consist of two working parts. The left-hand page is for study, featuring a close-up for a drawing or painting by a noted artist from the 19th century or earlier. The right-hand page is for drawing, with only a small box for the expert's brief coaching tips, observations, and a demonstrative sketch. While progressing through the book and trying the different artist styles, you'll gain observational confidence and techniques to apply your own drawing and painting. In learning from the masters, you'll become a master yourself!"--
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A Complete Catalogue Of Works By Turner In The National Gallery Of Scotland

Author : National Gallery of Scotland
ISBN : STANFORD:36105009122750
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Over one hundred and forty years after his death, Turner's reputation as perhaps the greatest of all British painters remains as strong as ever. The popularity of the Turner watercolour exhibition shown at the National Gallery of Scotland every January remains equally undiminished, over ninety years after Henry Vaughan bequeathed thirty-eight of the artist's watercolours to Edinburgh. This new publication offers, for the first time, a catalogue of the whole of the permanent collection of Turner's works. Several drawings, which have not appeared in the recent literature on Turner, are included, in addition to the well known watercolours of the Vaughan Bequest and the vignette Illustrations to the Poetical Works of Thomas Campbell." SELLING POINTS: This catalogue offers, for the first time, a catalogue of the whole of the permanent collection of Turner's works Includes the prints from which so many of his drawings were made Many of the works featured have not previously appeared in recent literature on Turner 64 colour & 77 b/w illustrations
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The Life Of J M W Turner

Author : Walter Thornbury
ISBN : 9781108059428
Genre : Art
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A pioneering two-volume biography (1862) exploring the genius of this Romantic landscape and historical painter, printmaker and Royal Academician.
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British Watercolours From The Opp Collection

Author : Tate Gallery
ISBN : UOM:39015041737241
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The Oppe collection is a group of watercolours, drawings, oil sketches and prints which were acquired by the Tate Gallery in 1996. The collection of around 3000 works dating from 1600 to the 1850s was assembled by the scholar and collector Paul Oppe during the first half of this century and was one of the most significant collections of British art to have remained in private hands.
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Alfred Waterhouse 1830 1905

Author : Colin Cunningham
ISBN : UOM:39015029574483
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Alfred Waterhouse was one of the most successful architects of the second half of the 19th century. He left his mark on towns and cities all over Britain, This book examines Waterhouse's long career and demonstrates his importance for all those with an interest in 19th-century architecture.
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Henry Moore 1940 49

Author : Henry Moore
ISBN : UOM:39015054296895
Genre : Art
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Volume 3 of the six-volume catalogue of Henry Moore's drawings deals with the years of the Second World War, the only period of Moore's working life when he was not actively involved in making sculpture. This decade includes the birth of Moore's daughter Mary in 1946, his one-man exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York in the same year, and his long association with Curt Valentin and the Buchholz Gallery, New York. Moore was appointed an Official War Artist in 1940 and his drawings of figures in the London Underground shelters during the Blitz brought his work before the general public for the first time. At the end of 1941 he visited Wheldale Colliery in Yorkshire, where his father had been a miner thirty years earlier, to record miners working at the coalface. After these commissions, other drawings such as mother and child studies and family groups were made for sculpture projects, while the birth of his daughter led to an outpouring of drawings of his wife Irina and of Mary. In addition to sculptural themes, Moore experimented with textile designs, and in response to literary commissions he illustrated Edward Sackville-West's The Rescue, 1946, and André Gide's Prométhée, 1949. This was a rich period for Moore's drawings in both technique and subject-matter, introducing new ideas that were later to find expression in sculptural form and to bring him worldwide recognition.
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Endless Forms

Author : Yale Center for British Art
ISBN : UOM:39015078784256
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A gorgeously illustrated book that is the first to explore the impact of Darwin's ideas about man and nature on 19th-century visual arts Charles Darwin's revolutionary theories of evolution and natural selection have not only had a profound influence on the fields of biology and natural history, but also provided fertile territory for the creative imagination. This lavishly illustrated book accompanies an exhibition organized by the Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, in association with the Yale Center for British Art, that will coincide with the global celebration of the bicentenary of Darwin's birth and the 150th anniversary of the publication of On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection (1859). The essays in this exceptionally wide-ranging book examine both the profound impact that Darwin's ideas had on European and American artists and the ways in which his theories were influenced by the visual traditions he inherited. In works by artists as diverse as Church, Landseer, Liljefors, Heade, Redon, Cézanne, Lear, Tissot, Rossetti, and Monet, from imaginative projections of prehistory to troubled evocations of a life dominated by the struggle for existence, Darwin's sense of the interplay of all living things and his response to the beauties of the natural world proved inspirational.
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