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Cultural Crossings between Japan and the West

by Lionel Lambourne

ISBN: 9780714841052

Binding: Hardback


Joseph Beuys

The Reader

by Viola Michely & Claudia Mesch

<p>Joseph Beuys is one of the most legendary figures of twentieth century art and his work and ideas continue to impact on artists today. An enigmatic, self-styled 'shaman', strikingly memorable in his trademark hat and jerkin, he has attained ...

ISBN: 9780857736437

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Kate Nicholson

by Jovan Nicholson

This book explores the career of the St Ives artist Kate Nicholson, daughter of Ben and Winifred Nicholson, from her early landscapes, the still lifes painted in Cumberland and St Ives, the abstracts many of them inspired by her travels in ...

ISBN: 9781781300879

Binding: Paperback


Kew: The Golden Age of Botanical Art


<DIV><B>Kew: The Golden Age of Botanical Art</B> brings together the stories of the intrepid explorers &ndash; some of whom became botanical artists by default &ndash; and the many professional artists who recorded the flora that they discovered

ISBN: 9780233005423

Binding: Hardback


King's Men Crow

by Nicholas Carter

<h2>It takes courage to survive in this atmospheric historical adventure set during the English Civil War.</h2> <p>August, 1643: the Siege of Gloucester continues. Can the weak city walls really survive against the might of the ...

ISBN: 9781788632379

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by Taschen Angelika ; Riemschneider Burkhar

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ISBN: 9783836554770

Binding: Hardback



by Partsch Susanna

With meticulous theories and many thousands of paintings, drawings, and watercolors,Paul Klee (1879ndash;1940) is considered one of the most cerebral and prolific leaders of 20th-century European art. Though typically small in scale, his works ...

ISBN: 9783836501101

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by Werner Holzwarth ; Schneider ; Siegel

The creations of Jeff Koons (born 1955) are at once immediately accessible and eloquently art-historical. From basketball tanks to flower puppies, his instantly-recognizable work frolics with banal imagery as much as it integrates cultural ...

ISBN: 9783836508728

Binding: Hardback


Land and Environmental Art

by Jeffrey Kastner

ISBN: 9780714835143

Binding: Hardback


Land Marks

by Judith Ryan

ISBN: 9780724102679

Binding: Paperback


Landscape into Eco Art

Articulations of Nature Since the ’60s

by Mark Cheetham

<p>Dedicated to an articulation of the earth from broadly ecological perspectives, eco art is a vibrant subset of contemporary art that addresses the widespread public concern with rapid climate change and related environmental issues. In ...

ISBN: 9780271081403

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John Berger on Art

by John Berger

<p>With Portraits, world-renowned art writer John Berger took us on a captivating journey through centuries of art, situating each artist in the proper political and historical contexts. In Landscapes, a narrative of Berger’s own journey ...

ISBN: 9781784785864

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Latin American Art in the Twentieth Century

by Edward Sullivan

ISBN: 9780714832104

Binding: Hardback


Latin American Art in the Twentieth Century

by Edward Sullivan

ISBN: 9780714839806

Binding: Paperback


Latin Blackness in Parisian Visual Culture, 1852-1932

by Lyneise E. Williams

<p><em>Latin Blackness in Parisian Visual Culture, 1852-1932</em> examines an understudied visual language used to portray Latin Americans in mid-19th to early 20th-century Parisian popular visual media. The term 'Latinize' is introduced to ...

ISBN: 9781501332364

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Laughter in Occupied Palestine

Comedy and Identity in Art and Film

by Chrisoula Lionis

<p>Although the political situation in Palestine is more serious than ever, contemporary Palestinian art and film are, paradoxically, becoming more humorous in their responses. Laughter in Occupied Palestine looks deeply into this trend, and is ...

ISBN: 9780857729798

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Learning from Leonardo

Decoding the Notebooks of a Genius

by Fritjof Capra

<p>Leonardo da Vinci was a brilliant artist, scientist, engineer, mathematician, architect, inventor, writer, and even musician—the archetypal Renaissance man. But he was also, Fritjof Capra argues, a profoundly modern man. Not only did Leonardo

ISBN: 9781609949914

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Leconte Stewart Masterworks

by Donna Poulton

"One of Utah's most accomplished and beloved artists." -Utah Museum of Fine Arts Utah artist LeConte Stewart (1891-1990) created images of Utah and the West at once epic and intimate. His farms, deserts, and urban landscapes capture a region ...

ISBN: 9781423625193

Binding: Hardback


Lee Friedlander

The Little Screens

by Saul Anton

<p><strong>An illustrated examination of an early photo-essay by Lee Friedlander that shows television screens broadcasting eerily glowing images into unoccupied rooms.</strong></p> <p>Lee Friedlander's <em>The Little Screens</em> first ...

ISBN: 9781846381607

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Legal Emblems and the Art of Law

Obiter Depicta as the Vision of Governance

by Peter Goodrich

<p>The emblem book was invented by the humanist lawyer Andrea Alciato in 1531. The preponderance of juridical and normative themes, of images of rule and infraction, of obedience and error in the emblem books is critical to their purpose and ...

ISBN: 9781107502383

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