244 books (13 pages) in this category
by Mark Bolitho
Origami expert Mark Bolitho explains how to make perfectly formed origami objects, thematically linked to Eastern and Western zodiac signs, that are pleasing to fold and make.<br> ...
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 SALMON XAVIER
This lavish and beautiful book illustrates and discusses 52 French drawings dating from the late 17th to the early 19th century, all from the extraordinary collection Chateau de Versailles. Together the drawings tell the story of the major ...
Master the basic theories and techniques of painting portraits in acrylic
by Susan Miller Bradbury
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 ...
by Irene Guenther
German art student Otto Schubert was 22 years old when he was drafted into the Great War. As the conflict unfolded, he painted a series of postcards that he sent to his sweetheart, Irma. During the battles of Ypres and Verdun, Schubert filled ...
Ambiguity and Indeterminacy in Modern Art
by Dario Gamboni
Explores ambiguity in modern art, considering images that rely to a very particular degree on an imaginative or a projected response from the viewer to achieve their effect. ...
Materials, Techniques & Projects
by Curtis Tappenden
This is the perfect introduction for anyone who's thought about painting in watercolour but isn't sure where to start. ...
50 Recipes that Will Kick Your Ass!
by Melissa Petitto
by Tom Nichols
The fifteenth century saw the evolution of a distinct and powerfully influential European artistic culture. But what does the familiar phrase “Renaissance Art” actually refer to? Through engaging discussion of timeless works by artists such as ...Audio Book
by Tom Nichols
The fifteenth century saw the evolution of a distinct and powerfully influential European artistic culture. But what does the familiar phrase Renaissance Art actually refer to' Through engaging discussion of timeless works by artists such as Jan
A step-by-step drawing & story book
by Jickie Torres
A History of Art and its Dealers
by Philip Hook
Sotheby's art expert exposes five centuries of history, scandals, big wins and horrifying losses in the international art world. ...
In 1609 Rubens painted a large Adoration of the Magi for the Antwerp Town Hall. The painting made its way to the King of Spain and Rubens, arriving at the Spanish court in 1628, repainted, extended and refashioned the picture to his own ...
by PETROVA YEVGENIA
The subject of Russian Futurism is familiar only to experts, and based on highly limited material. No other movement appears to have evoked quite the same public response, having, as it does, social roots. Referred to as 'the art of the future' ...
by Stefan Sagmeister
Learn About Their Characteristics and Challenges as you Scratch to Reveal Portraits
by Anne Bentley
Learn About 20 Brilliant and Inspiring Women as you Scratch to Reveal Their Original Portraits
by Anne Bentley
Read fascinating bios on 20 incredible women and see if you know who they are as you scratch away the metallic coating to reveal beautiful portraits by artist Anne Bentley. ...