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A Moral Compass: Seventeenth and Eighteenth-century Painting in the Netherlands
Painting in the Netherlands during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries offers a compelling visual record of the tastes and values of a prosperous society mindful of its obligation to personal...
An Exhibition of Paintings by Yang Yanping. 1998. Paper.
by : Yang Yanping
A collection of monographs on this century's most outstanding artists. The text, especially conceived as a synthesis, analyses both the life and times of each artist and the works selected....
Bridget Riley: Dialogues on Art
Bridget Riley is one of the outstanding figures of modern painting. She has pursued a course of rigorous abstraction for some 40 years, from her celebrated black and white...
Capturing the Essence: Techniques for Bird Artists
In this stunningly beautiful book, bird artist William T. Cooper explores and demonstrates all aspects of drawing and painting birds. Renowned for his gorgeous and accurate wildlife renderings, Cooper here...
Children (Looking at Paintings)
An exploration of painting through 2000 years of art history focusing on paintings of children By: Roalf Peggy
Circus: Looking at Paintings
Looking at paintings is a series of books designed to present many different painters' views of a single subject. Here is a visual feast of paintings, each of which...
Creative Painting: Still Life in Oils
When painting still life, the artist is truly in control. The selection of objects, their arrangement, the lighting and the background, can be infinitely reassessed and adjusted to create...
Impressions of Rajasthan
Rajasthan is India's tradition-rich northwest royal province, home of maharajas, of imposing forts and grand palaces, and 3,000 year-old settlements. So it is also a land rich in street color,...
by : Rafael Jackson Martin (Author), Sue Brownbridge (Translator)
Matt's Old Masters: Titian, Rubens, Velasquez, Hogarth
In this eye-opening study, British art historian Matthew Collings clears the dust off the Old Masters, revealing just how original and subversive they really were in their own lifetimes. The...
Miniatures in the Wallace Collection
by : Stephen Duffy and Christoph Martin Vogtherr The 4th Marquess of Hertford and Sir Richard Wallace were both passionate collectors of miniatures, exquisite small paintings in watercolor or enamel,...
My Chinese Sketchbook
Through the vibrant watercolors and simple but evocative sketches of Fu Ji Tsang, discover an authentic China expressed with emotion and sensitivity. In My Chinese Sketchbook, East meets West...
Navigating the West: George Caleb Bingham and the River
by : Nenette Luarca-Shoaf, Claire M. Barry, et al George Caleb Bingham (1811–1879) moved to Missouri as a child and began painting the scenes of Missouri life for which he...
Olja Ivanjicki: Painting the Future
by : Sue Hubbard | Aug 18, 2009 Olja Ivanjicki is one of Serbia’s most important and best-loved contemporary artists. Producing work since the 1950s, she first came to prominence...
Otsu-e, Japanese folk paintings from the Harriet and Edson Spencer Collection
by : Matthew Welch (Author)
by : Andy B. Jones Cows pigs, bunnies, frogs, cats, dogs, elephants, horses, chickens, fish, and more romp, fly, and swim through this extensive teaching guide to animal motifs found...
Painting Peaceful Country Landscapes: 10 Step-by-Steps in Oil and Acrylic
The reader will learn a simplified approach to painting oil and acrylic landscapes in a realistic, representational style. Annette's handy acrylic/oil conversion chart gives readers access to all projects. In...
Painting Still Lifes: Step by Step
This book takes advantage of the interest in trompe l'oeil by presenting a complete course in the basic techniques of painting realistic still lifes, florals and fruit. The author, an...
Tibetan Paintings: A Study of Tibetan Thankas, Eleventh to Nineteenth Centuries
This book is the first attempt since 1949, when Giuseppe Tucci published his monumental opus on Tibetan painting, to present a lucid and concise analysis of the styles and aesthetics...
Ulysses: The Artwork of Andrew Schoultz
by : Aaron Noble In these 180 pages that sums up his life work, Schoultz renders scenes that are both socially aware and critical. his work is both a mirror...