Gardens Of France 2017 Engagement Book

Autor: Metropolitan Museum of Art the
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ISBN: 9781419721663
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This stunning 52-week engagement calendar features enchanting works of art depicting parks and gardens throughout France, from Paris to Provence, all masterpieces from the Metropolitan Museum of Art s collection. Featuring a range of works from the eighteenth to the twentieth century from paintings to decorative arts, the calendar highlights works by Impressionist and Post-Impressionist artists Claude Monet, Auguste Renoir, and Vincent van Gogh, alongside modern works by Henri Matisse, Pierre Bonnard, and Georges Braque. An identifying caption and a brief descriptive historical text accompany each work featured. Pages alternate between glossy paper for art pages and matte paper for calendar pages for ease of writing. Paperback with spiral binding; packaged in a gift box."

Art

Autor: THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART.
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ISBN: 9781419725203
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I Hope My Voice Doesn T Skip

Autor: Alicia Cook
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
ISBN: 1449496822
File Size: 55,85 MB
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The reader's experience with this unique collection is lifted from the page as Cook has collaborated with a number of up and coming musicians to transform some of her poetry into song. Like her debut book, this one is divided into two parts. Modeled after a vinyl record this time, the collection is separated into the EP record, holding Cook's shorter poetry, and the LP record, holding Cook's longer poetry, prose, and songwriting. Together, they form an inspiring collection for all those recovering from something.

Lasting Impressions

Autor: Jesse Matz
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ISBN: 9780231164061
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Impressionism captured the world's imagination in the late nineteenth-century. Portraying the sensations left behind as modernity progressed, impressionist artists revolutionized the arts and the wider culture. Impressionism transformed painting and literature, and later film and advertising, and introduced new ways to look at and think about objects. Its legacy can be felt in a range of examples in popular and high culture, from cubism and the works of Zadie Smith and W. G. Sebald to advertisements for Pepsi and the observations of Oliver Sacks and Malcolm Gladwell. Yet despite impressionism's ongoing aesthetic and cultural domination, the movement has also been associated with superficiality and commodified kitsch. Jesse Matz considers these two versions of impression—the timeless and the negative—to explain the genre's significance today. He examines impressionism's footprint in the way we define "good" and "bad" art and in our imagining and reimagining of the status and aesthetics of art. As Lasting Impressions moves through contemporary literature, painting, and popular culture, Matz explains how the perceptual role, cultural effects, and social implications of impressionism continue to generate meaning and foster new forms of creativity, understanding, and public engagement.

Thomas Kinkade

Autor: Thomas Kinkade
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ISBN: 9780789200822
File Size: 11,13 MB
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Celebrating the charming and radiant works of Thomas Kinkade, a foremost contemporary painter of light, this delightful volume recounts the uplifting story of the artist's life and adventures, recalls the inspiration behind his work, and describes the fascinating personal references--to loved ones and to his faith--found in his paintings. Over 75 color illustrations. 3 gatefolds.

American Watercolor In The Age Of Homer And Sargent

Autor: Kathleen A. Foster
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 030022589X
File Size: 15,92 MB
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The fascinating story of the transformation of American watercolor practice between 1866 and 1925 The formation of the American Watercolor Society in 1866 by a small, dedicated group of painters transformed the perception of what had long been considered a marginal medium. Artists of all ages, styles, and backgrounds took up watercolor in the 1870s, inspiring younger generations of impressionists and modernists. By the 1920s many would claim it as "the American medium." This engaging and comprehensive book tells the definitive story of the metamorphosis of American watercolor practice between 1866 and 1925, identifying the artist constituencies and social forces that drove the new popularity of the medium. The major artists of the movement - Winslow Homer, John Singer Sargent, William Trost Richards, Thomas Moran, Thomas Eakins, Charles Prendergast, Childe Hassam, Edward Hopper, Charles Demuth, and many others - are represented with lavish color illustrations. The result is a fresh and beautiful look at watercolor's central place in American art and culture.

Floret Farm S Cut Flower Garden

Autor: Erin Benzakein
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 1452150931
File Size: 22,56 MB
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From Erin Benzakein, a leader in the locaflor farm-to-centerpiece movement and owner of internationally renowned Floret Flower Farm, Cut Flower Garden is equal parts instruction and inspiration—a book overflowing with lush photography of magnificent flowers and breathtaking arrangements organized by season. This beautiful guide to growing, harvesting, and arranging gorgeous blooms year-round gives readers vital tools to nurture a stunning flower garden and use their blossoms to create showstopping arrangements. With irresistible photos of Erin's flower farm that showcase exquisite blooms, tips for growing in a variety of spaces and climates as well as step-by-step instructions for lavish garlands, airy centerpieces, and romantic floral décor for every season, Floret Farm's Cut Flower Garden informs and entices gardeners of all skill levels.

Impressionists On The Water

Autor: Christopher Lloyd
Publisher: Skira
ISBN: 9780847840250
File Size: 46,35 MB
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"Published...on the occasion of the exhibition Impressionists on the Water on view at the Legion of Honor Museum, San Francisco, from June 1 to October 6, 2013 and at the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem Massachusetts, from November 9, 2013 to February 9, 2014."--Colophon.

Australia S Impressionists

Autor: Tim Bonyhady
Publisher: National Gallery London
ISBN: 9781857096125
File Size: 44,62 MB
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Australia's Impressionists focuses on the paintings of Tom Roberts, Arthur Streeton, Charles Conder, and John Peter Russell. All were key players in a distinctively Australian art movement that drew on influences ranging from Whistler's subtle Nocturnes to the European tradition of plein air painting, and revealed Russell (who spent his working life in France, embedded in the avant garde) as one of the outstanding colorists of his time. This beautiful book challenges our preconceptions of what is meant by Impressionism, enriches our understanding of Australian art, and reveals the international nature of art-historical movements and exchanges in the 19th century. The story is framed by unmistakably Australian subjects and locations, by a preoccupation with light and color, and in the context of Australian identity and sense of nationhood.

Vagrants Accidentals

Autor: Kevin Craft
Publisher: University of Washington Press
ISBN: 0295999853
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Vagrants & Accidentals, the second full-length collection from poet Kevin Craft, is part vade mecum, part songbook, whose taut lines and adaptable stanzas traffic in the personal effects of emigration and estrangement, exile and return. In ornithology, a vagrant or accidental is a bird that appears out of its natural or normal range, blown off course by a storm, or inadvertently introduced into a new environment by human trade. Likewise, Craft is interested in things taken out of context--Greek myths in the Pacific Northwest, the potsherd or megalith stranded in a museum, excess carbon in the atmosphere, American pop songs in a Roman piazza, adoptions, estrangements, dangerous migrations, the constant shuffle of human beings from place to place�asking how we reorient ourselves in the crossfire of constant, rapid, global transformation. Organized into four parts, the collection moves from the deeply personal to more global issues of interconnectedness. In language intensely lyrical, grounded in prehistory and science, Craft evokes questions of family and belonging that underscore a lifetime, gradually revealing the forces that shape us from the deepest reaches of time and place. As some birds sing to define their territory, so his poetry calls between the raggedness of daily life and our deeper yearning for coherence.