Karen And The Artist

Author: Elizabeth Laird
Editor: Longman
ISBN: 9780582427198
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Karen is an air hostess. Her work takes her to many cities. In Rome she finds some beautiful paintings by a poor, unknown artist, Antonio Brunetti. Like her father, Karen knows a lot about art. She decides to help Antonio. Selling the paintings of an unknown artist isn't easy, but Karen knows a way ...

El Hi Textbooks And Serials In Print

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Super Safari Level 1 Pupil S Book With Dvd Rom

Author: Herbert Puchta
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107476674
Size: 19,97 MB
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Super Safari British English edition is a three-level pre-primary course that welcomes very young children to English through stories, songs and plenty of playtime while supporting their cognitive, motor-sensory and social development. Join Polly and her friends on an exciting adventure that welcomes pre-school children to English through colourful stories, action songs and fun arts and crafts. With children's development in mind, this exciting pre-school course introduces the new language through play while improving memory and concentration; practising motor-sensory skills and developing thinking and creativity. Together with Polly, children also discover the fascinating world around them, the link between English letters and sounds, and the importance of sharing and other values. Pupil's Book 1 includes a fabulous DVD-ROM with animated songs and interactive games - perfect for family fun at home.

Project Art 2015 Karen Salicath Jamali

Author: Alessandro Costanza
Editor: Youcanprint
ISBN: 8891180815
Size: 19,68 MB
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Un volume dedicato ai veri appassionati di arte, dove si potranno apprezzare non solo le recensioni critiche e analisi effettuate sulle opere, ma anche avere una visione ampia della scena artistica attuale. Artisti contemporanei che hanno già fatto la storia, e che hanno lasciato una traccia sicuramente indelebile per originalità, artigianalità, innovazione assoluta che conduce l'occhio attenzione del critico e studioso - il lettore, in un mondo bello, costituite principalmente forme e colori, prospettive e concetti chiave, passione e razionalità si intrecciano per creare l'unica vera, l'unico mezzo di corrente, di indagare e guardare al mondo dell'arte. L'arte che segna la storia, l'arte che emoziona, arte che trasmette l'arte che supera dimensioni dello spazio e del tempo e prende lo spettatore in confini sconosciuti, quelli del cuore. Recensioni e analisi critiche del Dr. Alessandro Costanza, critico e storico dell'arte

Critical Approaches To Ancient Near Eastern Art

Author: Brian A. Brown
Editor: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 1614510350
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This volume assembles more than 30 articles focusing on the visual, material, and environmental arts of the Ancient Near East. Specific case studies range temporally from the fourth millennium up to the Hellenistic period and geographically from Iran to the eastern Mediterranean. Contributions apply innovative theoretical and methodological approaches to archaeological evidence and critically examine the historiography of the discipline itself. Not intended to be comprehensive, the volume instead captures a cross-section of the field of Ancient Near Eastern art history as its stands in the second decade of the twenty-first century. The volume will be of value to scholars working in the Ancient Near East as well as others interested in newer art historical and anthropological approaches to visual culture.

The Spirit Of Children

Author: Karen Carrino
ISBN: 9781573928113
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Offers a posthumous retrospective of the young artist's ink and pencil drawings, oil and watercolor paintings, and clay sculpture of children, revealing her attention to detail and respect for the emotional life of her subjects.

Hitchcock And Contemporary Art

Author: C. Sprengler
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 0230392164
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Hitchcock and Contemporary Art introduces readers to the fascinating and diverse range of artistic practices devoted to Alfred Hitchcock's films. His works have the capacity to activate sophisticated engagements with Hitchcock's films and cinema more generally, tackling issues of time and space, memory and history, and sound and image.


Author: Walter Jule
Editor: University of Alberta
ISBN: 9780888643070
Size: 18,60 MB
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This collection of words and images, developed in conjunction with the Sightlines symposium, opens up a rare view of contemporary printmaking around the world. Includes more than 250 colour images, representing more than 120 artists, and texts by international contributors.

The Art Of Whitfield Lovell

Author: Whitfield Lovell
Editor: Pomegranate
ISBN: 9780764924477
Size: 12,39 MB
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A graduate of Cooper Union in New York, Whitfield Lovell has been widely exhibited worldwide. His work is in such museums as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the National Museum of American Art, and the Seattle Art Museum. Inspired by his own background, global travels and research, and large collections of found objects and photographs of African Americans, Lovell creates tableaux and full-scale, site-specific installations, melding two-dimensional charcoal drawings with the three-dimensional objects. His works reveal African American spirituality and recall the memories and the heritage that define who African Americans are.

The Life And Work Of Martin Johnson Heade

Author: Theodore E. Stebbins
Editor: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300081839
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Martin Johnson Heade was one of the most significant American painters of the nineteenth century, creator of portraits, history and genre pictures, still lifes, ornithological studies, landscapes, and marines, and his own unique orchid and hummingbird compositions. This book brings a perspective to Heade and his works, presenting him as one of the most original and productive painters of his time. Theodore Stebbins builds on his acclaimed 1975 study of Heade, drawing on several newly discovered collections of Heade's letters and the painter's own Brazilian journal. Stebbins tells of Heade's training and early career as an itinerant portraitist and discusses his move to New York, where, under the influence of Frederic E. Church, he began painting landscapes and seascapes. He examines Heade's relationships with patrons and dealers, writers and scientists, and he sheds new light on Heade’s trips to Brazil, to the Central American tropics, and to London. And he describes Heade's move to Florida in 1883, which marked not his retirement but a final period of creativity that lasted until his death in 1904. The book includes not only an examination of Heade's life and works but also reproductions of all his 620 known paintings, including nearly 250 that have been discovered since 1975.