244 books (13 pages) in this category
Ceramics Bronze Interiors: a Life with Art
by Dierk Engelken
<p>The artist and organiser Heinz Siery was one of the most important personalities in the field of ceramics design in the 1950s and 1960s. His design forms significantly shaped the style of the products of companies such as Fohr, Scheurich, ...
by WALPOLE JOSEPHINE
British flower painting has its own unique, if relatively recent, history, but it can only be judged in the light of the wider history of the subject and by comparison with other, particularly European, countries. The first chapter of "A History
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. ...
by Ruth Maddock
<i>Hooked on Crochet</i> is the first learn-to-crochet book to feature fashion-led projects that will capture the imagination of anyone who wants to learn from scratch, as well as inspiring those who can already crochet with a new design ...
by Lesley Harrison
Horses are fascinating subject for paintings because of their beauty and timeless appeal. ...
by YEVGENIA PETROVA
This is the first ever monograph dedicated to the theme of horses in works of art from the collection of the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. The gorgeous illustrations are accompanied by an introductury essay as well as artists' biographies. ...
writings on Aboriginal contemporary art
by Ian W. McLean
<b>Awarded Best Anthology at the AAANZ (Art Association of Australia and NZ) annual conference!</b><p> Co-published by the Institute of Modern Art, this is the first anthology to chronicle the global critical reception of Aboriginal art since ...
Artistic inspiration and instruction from the vintage Walter Foster archives
by Walter Foster Creative Team
Discover the secrets to drawing, painting, and illustrating beings of the otherworld
by Michael Butkus
Unlock the mysteries of drawing and painting the dark characters of fables, legends, and lore
by Merrie Destefano
Discover the magic of drawing more than 20 legendary folklore, fantasy, and horror characters
by Bob Berry
Discover techniques for creating adorable chibi characters and doe-eyed manga animals
by Samantha Whitten
Discover the secrets to drawing, painting, and illustrating immortals of the night
by Michael Butkus
Discover the secrets to drawing, painting, and illustrating a world of sorcery
by John Rheaume
Discover the secrets to drawing, painting and illustrating a world of sorcery. ...
by Donna Seaman
<b>An award-winning writer rescues seven first-rate twentieth-century women artists from oblivion--their lives fascinating, their artwork a revelation.</b><br>Who hasn 't wondered where aside from Georgia O 'Keeffe and Frida Kahlo all the ...
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 MICHAEL MICHAEL
Graphic approaches, solutions, and inspiration + 30 case studies
by Kim Baer
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 FIGGIS NICHOLAS & ROONEY BRENDAN
The first volume cataloging the Irish painters in the National Gallery of Ireland covers more than 220 paintings from the late seventeenth century to the early nineteenth century, including figures such as George Barret, James Barry, Hugh ...