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The People S Artist

Author : Simon Morrison
ISBN : 9780199830985
Genre : Music
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Sergey Prokofiev was one of the twentieth century's greatest composers--and one of its greatest mysteries. Until now. In The People's Artist, Simon Morrison draws on groundbreaking research to illuminate the life of this major composer, deftly analyzing Prokofiev's music in light of new archival discoveries. Indeed, Morrison was the first scholar to gain access to the composer's sealed files in the Russian State Archives, where he uncovered a wealth of previously unknown scores, writings, correspondence, and unopened journals and diaries. The story he found in these documents is one of lofty hopes and disillusionment, of personal and creative upheavals. Morrison shows that Prokofiev seemed to thrive on uncertainty during his Paris years, stashing scores in suitcases, and ultimately stunning his fellow emigr?s by returning to Stalin's Russia. At first, Stalin's regime treated him as a celebrity, but Morrison details how the bureaucratic machine ground him down with corrections and censorship (forcing rewrites of such major works as Romeo and Juliet), until it finally censured him in 1948, ending his career and breaking his health.
Category: Music

African Music

Author : Francis Bebey
ISBN : 9781613746615
Genre : Music
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"African music--its forms, musicians, instruments and its place in the life of the people. Profusely illustrated; excellent disography."--Cover.
Category: Music

Bruce Lakofka

Author : Joseph A Bonelli
ISBN : 1632933039
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A book that explores the art of Bruce Lakofka with text by Joseph A. Bonelli.
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The Texas Post Office Murals

Author : Philip Parisi
ISBN : UOM:39015059102148
Genre : Art
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More than 125 images reproduce the mural art that graces the walls of some of Texas' post offices, with descriptions of how the murals were created and how they helped celebrate the lives, history, hopes, and dreams of ordinary Americans.
Category: Art

David Wilkie The People S Painter

Author : Nicholas Tromans
ISBN : 9780748630844
Genre : History
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This is the first modern book about the artist David Wilkie (1785-1841), the first British painter to become an international celebrity. Based on extensive original research, the book explores the ways in which Wilkie's images, so beloved by his contemporaries, engaged with a range of cultural predicaments close to their hearts. In a series of thematic chapters, whose concerns range far beyond the details of Wilkie's own career, Tromans shows how, through Wilkie's thrillingly original work, British society was able to reimagine its own everyday life, its history, and its multinational (Anglo-Scottish) nature. Other themes covered include Wilkie's roles in defining the border between painting and anatomy in the representation of the human body, and in transforming the pleasures of connoisseurship from an elite to a popular audience. For the first time, all of Wilkie's major subject pictures are brought together, reproduced and discussed. With a great range of new archival material and original interp
Category: History

A People S Art History Of The United States

Author : Nicolas Lampert
ISBN : 9781595589316
Genre : Art
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Most people outside of the art world view art as something that is foreign to their experiences and everyday lives. A People’s Art History of the United States places art history squarely in the rough–and–tumble of politics, social struggles, and the fight for justice from the colonial era through the present day. Author and radical artist Nicolas Lampert combines historical sweep with detailed examinations of individual artists and works in a politically charged narrative that spans the conquest of the Americas, the American Revolution, slavery and abolition, western expansion, the suffragette movement and feminism, civil rights movements, environmental movements, LGBT movements, antiglobalization movements, contemporary antiwar movements, and beyond. A People’s Art History of the United States introduces us to key works of American radical art alongside dramatic retellings of the histories that inspired them. Stylishly illustrated with over two hundred images, this book is nothing less than an alternative education for anyone interested in the powerful role that art plays in our society.
Category: Art

Take What You Will From This Folks

Author : Silent Bill
ISBN : 1792111649
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As The Peoples Artist its my job on a Monday morning to inform you of my books contents.Its Anarchy and Anecdotes by me, Silent Bill. Nice little easy reads that will make you laugh, make you cry, make you think and hopefully inspire you in some way. Tales of near misses of being covered in shit, spiking family stews with Magic Mushrooms, Embarrassing tales and some very thoughtful and inspiring tales. These were all originally Monday morning posts on social media by Silent Bill, the founder of The Secret Society of Super Villain Artists to start everyone's week off . All of the 3 years worth of posts are all now nicely collated into one book for your enjoyment. Take what you will from this folks and have a good week.
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Ken Sprague

Author : John Green
ISBN : 190345834X
Genre : Art
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Life and works of Ken Sprague: artist, posterman, psychodrama tutor, art teacher, cartoonist, muralist.
Category: Art

Toward A People S Art

Author : Eva Sperling Cockcroft
ISBN : UCSD:31822026395152
Genre : Art
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First published in 1977, this book remains a classic study of the community-based mural movement that produced hundreds of large-scale wall paintings in the U.S. and Canada. The authors provide a comprehensive discussion of the muralists, the murals' effects on the community, and the funding these works received.
Category: Art

The Dictators

Author : Richard Overy
ISBN : 9780141912240
Genre : History
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Half a century after their deaths, the dictatorships of Stalin and Hitler still cast a long and terrible shadow over the modern world. They were the most destructive and lethal regimes in history, murdering millions. They fought the largest and costliest war in all history. Yet millions of Germans and Russians enthusiastically supported them and the values they stood for. In this first major study of the two dictatorships side-by-side Richard Overy sets out to answer the question: How was dictatorship possible? How did they function? What was the bond that tied dictator and people so powerfully together? He paints a remarkable and vivid account of the different ways in which Stalin and Hitler rose to power, and abused and dominated their people. It is a chilling analysis of powerful ideals corrupted by the vanity of ambitious and unscrupulous men.
Category: History

The Black Panther Party

Author : The Dr. Huey P. Newton Foundation
ISBN : 9780826343956
Genre : Social Science
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The Black Panther Party represents Black Panther Party members' coordinated responses over the last four decades to the failure of city, state, and federal bureaucrats to address the basic needs of their respective communities. The Party pioneered free social service programs that are now in the mainstream of American life. The Party's Sickle Cell Anemia Research Foundation, operated with Oakland's Children's Hospital, was among the nation's first such testing programs. Its Free Breakfast Program served as a model for national programs. Other initiatives included free clinics, grocery giveaways, school and education programs, senior programs, and legal aid programs. Published here for the first time in book form, The Black Panther Party makes the case that the programs' methods are viable models for addressing the persistent, basic social injustices and economic problems of today's American cities and suburbs.
Category: Social Science

Andr Bi Ler

Author : Frances K. Smith
ISBN : 1554072328
Genre : Art
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An exceptionally well-illustrated biography of Swiss born Canadian artist André Biéler (1896-1989) who is remembered for his paintings of rural Quebec, portraits of people and the organizations he founded.
Category: Art

Deep Blues

Author : Bill Traylor
ISBN : 9780300081633
Genre : Art
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Bill Traylor, born into slavery in 1854, began to draw at the age of 82 in 1939 when he moved from the plantation where he was born to Montgomery, Alabama. He has become an almost mythical figure in the history of American folk art.
Category: Art

Enemies Of The People Under The Soviets

Author : Peter Julicher
ISBN : 9781476618555
Genre : History
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The Soviet era was a time of social and economic upheaval in Russia’s history as the Bolsheviks strove to build a socialist utopia based on the theories of Karl Marx. Central to this endeavor was the 25-year dictatorship of Josef Stalin, whose determination to make the Soviet Union a dominant industrial and military power created misery on a grand scale and caused the deaths of millions of people. Stalin arbitrarily invoked the specter of “enemies of the people” to destroy anyone who opposed the new socialist order. Millions of Soviet citizens were executed in continuous purges, and millions more perished in the slave labor camps of the Gulag. This book describes the fate of those citizens who were declared enemies of the people not because of what they had done but because of who they were. Stalin’s repression not only destroyed the best and brightest, it prevented the development of a civil society in the Soviet Union which would have promoted economic justice, the rule of law and basic human rights for all.
Category: History