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Colour Quest Cityscapes

Author : John Woodcock
ISBN : 1782437983
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Colour Quest Cityscapes takes colour-by-number books to sky-scraping new heights, with 30 incredible skylines and buildings waiting to be revealed. From iconic landmarks such as the Chrysler building in New York, to hidden gems like the stunning Hallgrîmskirkja cathedral in Reykjavîk, use colouring pens or pencils to colour the numbered shapes and uncover stunning and intricate artwork hidden on the page. Travel the world exploring the most striking, bold and exotic architecture the world has to offer with 30 single-sided designs to complete.
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Colour Quest

Author : Joanna Webster
ISBN : 1782435999
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Colour Quest is a colour-by-number book unlike anything you've ever seen before. Use colouring pens or pencils to colour numbered shapes and uncover stunning and intricate artwork hidden on the page.Shade in a luscious lion camouflaged under dots, a pixelated cityscape lighting up the night sky or an elaborate cathedral created entirely from triangles.Let Colour Quest take you on a magical journey to find hidden gems waiting to be coloured in and brought to life in this beautiful and detailed colouring book.
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Queer Necropolitics

Author : Jin Haritaworn
ISBN : 9781136005282
Genre : Law
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This book comes at a time when the intrinsic and self-evident value of queer rights and protections, from gay marriage to hate crimes, is increasingly put in question. It assembles writings that explore the new queer vitalities within their wider context of structural violence and neglect. Moving between diverse geopolitical contexts – the US and the UK, Guatemala and Palestine, the Philippines, Iran and Israel – the chapters in this volume interrogate claims to queerness in the face(s) of death, both spectacular and everyday. Queer Necropolitics mobilises the concept of ‘necropolitics’ in order to illuminate everyday death worlds, from more expected sites such as war, torture or imperial invasion to the mundane and normalised violence of racism and gender normativity, the market, and the prison-industrial complex. Contributors here interrogate the distinction between valuable and pathological lives by attending to the symbiotic co-constitution of queer subjects folded into life, and queerly abjected racialised populations marked for death. Drawing on diverse yet complementary methodologies, including textual and visual analysis, ethnography and historiography, the authors argue that the distinction between ‘war’ and ‘peace’ dissolves in the face of the banality of death in the zones of abandonment that regularly accompany contemporary democratic regimes. The book will appeal to activist scholars and students from various social sciences and humanities, particularly those across the fields of law, cultural and media studies, gender, sexuality and intersectionality studies, race, and conflict studies, as well as those studying nationalism, colonialism, prisons and war. It should be read by all those trying to make sense of the contradictions inherent in regimes of rights, citizenship and diversity.
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High Point Success In Language Literature Content

Author : Alfredo Schifini
ISBN : 0736209654
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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5 units, each with 2 themes, Pre-reading and post-reading activities for each selection, 5 Writing Projects, 1 per unit, Handbook for Language and Learning Strategies, Writing, and Grammar.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Van Dongen Nobody Knows

Author : Anita Hopmans
ISBN : UOM:39015041334114
Genre : Art
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This catalog and the exhibit it represents (seen in Rotterdam, Lyons, and Paris during 1997) focuses on Kees van Dongen's early work on paper, filling lacunae left by exhibits of later work mounted during the past nine years. The artist (1877-1968) was a Dutch painter who migrated to Paris and is known for his colorful Fauvist canvases, his portraits of international figures and the Parisian beau monde, and for his female nudes. Curator Hopmans' interpretive commentary on the artist's development from draughtsman to painter accompanies the visual catalogue featuring full-page and smaller reproductions. 9.5x12.5"Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Abm

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ISBN : UOM:39015034694854
Genre : Art
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A Solitary Quest

Author : Śaṅkara Majumadāra
ISBN : UOM:39015061138981
Genre : Artists
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On the life and works of Suhas Roy, b. 1936, artist from West Bengal, India; includes reproduction of his drawings and paintings.
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A Bibliography Of Modern Arthuriana 1500 2000

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ISBN : 9781843840688
Genre : Reference
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Annotated bibliography of the Arthurian legend in modern English-language fiction, not only in literary texts, but in television, music, and art.
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Manifestations

Author : Delhi Art Gallery
ISBN : UOM:39015061257740
Genre : Art, Indic
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Exhibited at World Trade Centre, Mumbai, 12th to 19th Nov. 2003 and Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi, 29th Nov. to 13th Dec. 2003.
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Flash

Author : Kate Flint
ISBN : 9780198808268
Genre : Electronic flash photography
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Flash! presents a fascinating cultural history of flash photography, from its mid-nineteenth century beginnings to the present day. All photography requires light, but the light of flash photography is quite distinctive: artificial, sudden, shocking, intrusive, and extraordinarily bright. Associated with revelation and wonder, it has been linked to the sublimity of lightning. Yet it has also been reviled: it's inseparable from anxieties about intrusion and violence, it creates a visual disturbance, and its effects are often harsh and create exaggerated contrasts. Flash! explores flash's power to reveal shocking social conditions, its impact on the representation of race, its illumination of what would otherwise remain hidden in darkness, and its capacity to put on display the most mundane corners of everyday life. It looks at flash's distinct aesthetics, examines how paparazzi chase celebrities, how flash is intimately linked to crime, how flash has been used to light up - and interrupt - countless family gatherings, how flash can 'stop time' allowing one to photograph rapidly moving objects or freeze in a strobe, and it considers the biggest flash of all, the atomic bomb. Examining the work of professionals and amateurs, news hounds and art photographers, photographers of crime and of wildlife, the volume builds a picture of flash's place in popular culture, and its role in literature and film. Generously illustrated throughout, Flash! brings out the central role of this medium to the history of photography and challenges some commonly held ideas about the nature of photography itself.
Category: Electronic flash photography

Renoir Landscapes 1865 1883

Author : Colin B. Bailey
ISBN : UOM:39015066823850
Genre : Art
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This stunning book, published to accompany a major touring exhibition, examines Renoir's landscape art in depth, demonstrating that he was one of the most audacious and original landscape artists of his age.
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Tran Trung Tin

Author : Sherry Buchanan
ISBN : UCSC:32106011363204
Genre : Art
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Tran Trung Tin painted in Hanoi during the 60s and 70s, conveying the experience of the Vietnamese and the essence of human emotion in his images. When he was 12, he joined the Resisitance against the French who were occupying Vietnam at the time, devoting his youth to freeing his country only to be disappointed by the repression and misery that folowed. Living in Hanoi during the Vietnam War, forbidden to express himself in words, he turned to painting to communicate the contradictions of his time.
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Screen

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105113557735
Genre : Motion pictures
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Colourworks

Author : Susan Harrow
ISBN : 9781350182219
Genre : Art
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How do modern writers write colour? How do today's readers respond to the invitation to 'think colour' as they read poetry and art writing, and explore paintings? To what extent can critical thought on colour in visual media illuminate the textual life of colour? These are some of the lines of enquiry pursued in this bold new study of modern poetry and art writing in French, where colour, Susan Harrow argues, is integral to the exploration of ethics, ekphrasis, objects, bodies, landscape and interiority. The question of colour, in a variety of disciplines and media, has provoked debate from Aristotle to Goethe, and from Baudelaire to Derek Jarman. If the past twenty years have witnessed a 'colour turn' in contemporary cultural studies and screen research, colour values in literary and textual media are often elided or, simply, overlooked. Colourworks tackles this lacuna in the study of modern poetry and art writing in French, revealing the integral role of colour in the work of three iconic French writers in the modern tradition: Stéphane Mallarmé, Paul Valéry and Yves Bonnefoy. This book spans the broad modern period from the 1860s to the early twenty-first century in taking an exploratory approach to the visuality of the verbal medium through an adventurous reading of text and image. Harrow uncovers how colour moves and morphs in texts as it challenges the traditionalist containments of chromatic symbolism. Beyond its primary area of investigation in modern poetry and art writing in French, this richly colour-illustrated study has significant interdisciplinary implications-conceptual, methodological, and practical-for the study of visuality in humanities research, from literature studies to material and visual culture studies.
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