62 books (4 pages) in this category
by SMYTHE LUKE
Gretchen Albrecht CNZM is one of New Zealand's most influential painters. Over the course of her long career, her work has continued to surprise and delight and her paintings feature in many important collections both in New Zealand and ...
by Michael Leunig
Filled with his trademark poignancy, originality and arrow-to-the-heart wisdom, Holy Fool is a collection of more than 240 artworks by Australia's most admired cartoonist. ...
Discover techniques for creating adorable chibi characters and doe-eyed manga animals
by Samantha Whitten
From Paper Scraps to Works of Art
by Hollie Chastain
Even if you don't consider yourself an artist,<i> If you Can Cut, You Can Collage</i> takes the mystery out of this timeless art form through fun, easy, illustrated techniques. ...
by FRASER MARCUS & KWIATKOWSKI
Ink and Gold charts the development of Islamic calligraphy over a thousand years, from its beginnings in the arabian Peninsula. Given the status of the Qur'an as the world of Allah and ambivalence towards representation of living things, the art
by Stephen Bann
As the first major documentation of John Beard's work, this definitive monograph provides a visual chronology of Beard's work from 1978-2011. Featuring a highly original design presentation and exacting production standards, this beautifully ...
More than 100 fun and simple step-by-step drawing projects for learning basic perspective
by Lise Herzog
Just for Fun: Easy Perspective simplifies the fundamentals of perspective and teaches you how to draw and paint proportionate artwork.<br> ...
The Art of Marion Peck
by Peck Marion
by Mullins Charlotte
Women Portraying Women
by Liz Rideal and Kathleen S
by P. Casso
Hemispheric Art 1910-1960
by Edward J. Sullivan
A multifaceted approach to creating unique works of art-step by step
by Isaac Anderson
The Art World from Start to Finish
by Ben Eastham
Includes 365 Sheets of Origami Paper for A Year of Folding Fun
by Taro Yaguchi
by Peggy Guggenheim
This is the fascinating autobiography of a society heiress who became the bohemian doyenne of the art world. Written in her own words it is the frank and outspoken story of her life and loves: her stormy relationships with such men as Max Ernst ...
Promoting the Arts on the Web
by Robert Reid
<span style="" >One of the most dizzying examples of the transformative power of the internet has been the popular emergence of self broadcasting websites and individual blogs. Audiences for these social media are no longer restricted to ...
"Dolls, Women and Art"
by Grace Banks
by John Berger
by Marcia Pointon
We are surrounded by portraits: from the cipher-like portrait of a queen on a bank note to security pass photos; from images of politicians in the media to Facebook; from galleries exhibiting Titian or Leonardo to contemporary art featuring the ...