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The Mad Art Of Caricature

Author : Tom Richmond
ISBN : 098357670X
Genre : Art
File Size : 71.10 MB
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Shares secrets to creating effective caricatures, focusing on what features to emphasize in a face, and includes information on basic theories and professional tips and tricks.
Category: Art

De Profundis

Author : Oscar Wilde
ISBN : OCLC:48339488
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Comic Art Caricature

Author : Roy Paul Nelson
ISBN : 0809278480
Genre : Cartooning
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Category: Cartooning

Customers And Patrons Of The Mad Trade

Author : Jonathan Andrews
ISBN : 0520926080
Genre : Medical
File Size : 81.89 MB
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This book is a lively commentary on the eighteenth-century mad-business, its practitioners, its patients (or "customers"), and its patrons, viewed through the unique lens of the private case book kept by the most famous mad-doctor in Augustan England, Dr. John Monro (1715-1791). Monro's case book, comprising the doctor's jottings on patients he saw in the course of his private practice--patients drawn from a great variety of social strata--offers an extraordinary window into the subterranean world of the mad-trade in eighteenth-century London. The volume concludes with a complete edition of the case book itself, transcribed in full with editorial annotations by the authors. In the fragmented stories Monro's case book provides, Andrews and Scull find a poignant underworld of human psychological distress, some of it strange and some quite familiar. They place these "cases" in a real world where John Monro and othersuccessful doctors were practicing, not to say inventing, the diagnosis and treatment of madness.
Category: Medical

How To Draw Caricatures

Author : Lenn Redman
ISBN : 9780071812764
Genre : Art
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Includes hundreds of step-by-step instructions and examples of caricatured subjects that show the art in action.
Category: Art

The Art Of Frenzy

Author : Jane Kromm
ISBN : 9781441143303
Genre : Art
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The Art of Frenzy presents a masterful analysis of public madness from the Renaissance to the Industrial Age. Frenzy--the most flagrant and political form of madness--is the madness of warrior-heroes, kings, scolds, and the possessed. Its representation incorporates a range of traditional characters and figures, from Hercules and Orlando to Medea and Britannia. Understood as abusive power and belligerence out of control, and described in terms drawn equally from definitions of tyranny and liberty, frenzy has always been articulated with a significant degree of political meaning. Integrating art history with cultural studies, political history, and the history of medicine, Jane Kromm draws on a wide range of mediums and contexts--from asylum sculpture to political broadsheets, medical texts, the imagery of revolution, caricature and medical illustrations--to clarify the importance of this interpretative pattern.
Category: Art