Download Women Illustrators Of The Golden Age ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to WOMEN ILLUSTRATORS OF THE GOLDEN AGE book pdf for free now.

Women Illustrators Of The Golden Age

Author : Mary Carolyn Waldrep
ISBN : 9780486131887
Genre : Art
File Size : 64.95 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 832
Read : 486

Unique anthology presents scores of color and black-and-white artworks by 22 of the best women illustrators of the early 20th century, including Beatrix Potter, Kate Greenaway, and Jessie Willcox Smith.
Category: Art

Women Illustrators In The Golden Age Of Illustration 1880 1920

Author : Jay G. Williams
ISBN : OCLC:871201907
Genre : Magazine illustration
File Size : 61.13 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 984
Read : 780

"This exhibition presents the art, careers and cultural significance of ten women illustrators working in the golden age of illustration: Anna Whelan Betts, Maginel Wright Enwright, Mary Hallock Foote, Elizabeth Shippen Green, Violet Oakley, Mary Wilson Preston, Florence Scovel Shinn, Jesse Willcox Smith, Alice Barber Stephens and Sarah Stillwell Weber."--Page 2.
Category: Magazine illustration

101 Great Illustrators From The Golden Age 1890 1925

Author : Jeff A. Menges
ISBN : 9780486430812
Genre : Art
File Size : 42.19 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 995
Read : 1112

The most comprehensive book of its kind, this gorgeous edition presents more than 500 full-color works by famous and lesser-known artists from the heyday of book and magazine illustration. Featured artists include Walter Crane, Edmund Dulac, Maxfield Parrish, Howard Pyle, Arthur Rackham, N. C. Wyeth, and many others — 101 in all. Several examples of each artist's finest illustrations are accompanied by biographical comments and career notes. Additional artists include Victorian-era illustrator Aubrey Beardsley, noted for his compelling combinations of the erotic and grotesque; American painter Harvey Dunn, one of Howard Pyle's most accomplished students; James Montgomery Flagg, famed for his U.S. Army recruitment posters; Charles Dana Gibson, creator of the iconic Gibson Girl; Charles R. Knight, a pioneer in the depiction of dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures; Edward Penfield, the king of poster art; Frederic Remington, whose works document the Old West; J. Allen St. John, the principal illustrator of Edgar Rice Burroughs's adventure tales; and dozens of others.
Category: Art

Art Work

Author : April F. Masten
ISBN : 9780812291742
Genre : Art
File Size : 89.47 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 939
Read : 641

"I was in high spirits all through my unwise teens, considerably puffed up, after my drawings began to sell, with that pride of independence which was a new thing to daughters of that period."—The Reminiscences of Mary Hallock Foote Mary Hallock made what seems like an audacious move for a nineteenth-century young woman. She became an artist. She was not alone. Forced to become self-supporting by financial panics and civil war, thousands of young women moved to New York City between 1850 and 1880 to pursue careers as professional artists. Many of them trained with masters at the Cooper Union School of Design for Women, where they were imbued with the Unity of Art ideal, an aesthetic ideology that made no distinction between fine and applied arts or male and female abilities. These women became painters, designers, illustrators, engravers, colorists, and art teachers. They were encouraged by some of the era's best-known figures, among them Tribune editor Horace Greeley and mechanic/philanthropist Peter Cooper, who blamed the poverty and dependence of both women and workers on the separation of mental and manual labor in industrial society. The most acclaimed artists among them owed their success to New York's conspicuously egalitarian art institutions and the rise of the illustrated press. Yet within a generation their names, accomplishments, and the aesthetic ideal that guided them virtually disappeared from the history of American art. Art Work: Women Artists and Democracy in Mid-Nineteenth-Century New York recaptures the unfamiliar cultural landscape in which spirited young women, daring social reformers, and radical artisans succeeded in reuniting art and industry. In this interdisciplinary study, April F. Masten situates the aspirations and experience of these forgotten women artists, and the value of art work itself, at the heart of the capitalist transformation of American society.
Category: Art

American Women Artists In Wartime 1776 2010

Author : Paula E. Calvin
ISBN : 9780786486755
Genre : Art
File Size : 83.67 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 252
Read : 543

For generations, men have left their homes and families to defend their country while their wives, mothers and daughters remained safely at home, outwardly unaffected. A closer examination reveals that women have always been directly impacted by war. In the last few years, they have actively participated on the front lines. This book tells the story of the women who documented the impact of war on their lives through their art. It includes works by professional artists and photographers, combat artists, ordinary women who documented their military experiences, and women who worked in a variety of types of needlework. Taken together, these images explore the female consciousness in wartime.
Category: Art

Kewpies And Beyond

Author : Shelley Armitage
ISBN : UOM:39015033261853
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 83.37 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 659
Read : 749

The life & times of the Kewpie doll & its fascinating socially conscious creator.
Category: Social Science

Maxfield Parrish And The Illustrators Of The Golden Age

Author : Margaret E. Wagner
ISBN : UCSD:31822028127488
Genre : Art
File Size : 52.43 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 818
Read : 1034

Maxfield Parrish left a legacy of magnificent paintings, but he is best appreciated in the context of his own life and times. This book provides that context with an overview of the era in which American illustrative art flourished. When Parrish first arrived on the publishing scene in the 1890s, "mass media" meant print media. From Arthurian legends to American fables like The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, stories were avidly read by a literate population. New printing technology made color illustrations possible, a liberating element for artists and a delight for readers. Part lively Parrish biography and part lucid historical analysis, this book offers a treasure trove of illustrations from classic children's literature by Parrish and his contemporaries, accompanied by excerpts from the stories.
Category: Art

Design Issues

Author :
ISBN : UOM:39015033421077
Genre : Architectural design
File Size : 41.38 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 198
Read : 575

Category: Architectural design

A Sacred Challenge

Author : Pennsylvania. Capitol Preservation Committee
ISBN : PSU:000050314348
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 54.2 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 425
Read : 1138

Sacred Challenge is a Stackpole Books publication.
Category: Architecture