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ISBN : 1947880004
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The Land Of Fantasia

Author : ArtyShock
ISBN : 1548212601
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In this book you will find 20 hand-drawn patterns from designers who are passionate about coloring. Together we strive to provide the best coloring experience for our readers and artists. "The Land of Fantasia" was inspired by the power of imagination and the love of fantasy. You can have fun and use any technique that appeals to you. In a modern world it is essential to find a way to release stress. Coloring provides an amazing opportunity not only to relax, but to become more inventive and creative. However we decided to take it to the next step and produce a book which is stress-relieving and super fun as well. Fun, intricate, stunning patterns are perfect for those who need some entertainment. We hope you will enjoy our original designs!

Invisible Terrain

Author : Stephen J. Ross
ISBN : 9780192519306
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In his debut collection, Some Trees (1956), the American poet John Ashbery poses a question that resonates across his oeuvre and much of modern art: 'How could he explain to them his prayer / that nature, not art, might usurp the canvas?' When Ashbery asks this strange question, he joins a host of transatlantic avant-gardists—from the Dadaists to the 1960s neo-avant-gardists and beyond—who have dreamed of turning art into nature, of creating art that would be 'valid solely on its own terms, in the way nature itself is valid, in the way a landscape—not its picture—is aesthetically valid' (Clement Greenberg, 1939). Invisible Terrain reads Ashbery as a bold intermediary between avant-garde anti-mimeticism and the long western nature poetic tradition. In chronicling Ashbery's articulation of 'a completely new kind of realism' and his engagement with figures ranging from Wordsworth to Warhol, the book presents a broader case study of nature's dramatic transformation into a resolutely unnatural aesthetic resource in 20th-century art and literature. The story begins in the late 1940s with the Abstract Expressionist valorization of process, surface, and immediacy—summed up by Jackson Pollock's famous quip, 'I am Nature'—that so influenced the early New York School poets. It ends with 'Breezeway,' a poem about Hurricane Sandy. Along the way, the project documents Ashbery's strategies for literalizing the 'stream of consciousness' metaphor, his negotiation of pastoral and politics during the Vietnam War, and his investment in 'bad' nature poetry.
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The Spectator

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