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by Sam Phillips
This is a handy guide to the art 'isms' of the modern day. From Impressionism and the birth of modern art to street art and Internationalism of the 21st century, it gives a practical introduction to all the significant isms that have shaped ...
by Fiell Peter
by Hans-Jurgen Dopp
From ancient fertility statues to Renaissance engravings designed to encourage procreation within marriage, erotic art has always held an important place in society. This book features 1,000 images of erotic art, spanning centuries and ...
by Patrick Bade
Offers a panorama of artistic creation between the High Antiquity and the twentieth century. Along with references, comments on masterworks and biographies, this work enables readers to rediscover the Western world heritage. It is suitable for ...
by Andrew Bridgeford
<p>A brilliant new reading of the Bayeux Tapestry that radically alters our understanding of the events of 1066 and reveals the astonishing story of the survival of early medieval Europe’s greatest treasure. This edition does not include ...eBook
by Fiona MacCarthy
by Marnie Fogg
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First Grade Books
by Baby Professor
Did you know that children are more photographic than they are textual? Science says so; therefore, it important to use the right resources that would tap their interest. With that, a good tool to use when teaching about history is a picture ...eBook
by Ronnie Scott
by Hans-Jurgen Dopp
From the thousand-year-old statues celebrating fertility to the odalisques of the modern painters, erotic art has always held a prominent place in society, whatever their morals or cultural references.This work has assembled one thousand images ...
by Parkstone International
Punctuated by extended commentaries of the paintings and biographies of the most influential artists, this work, with its thousand reproductions, contains virtually all of the history of art within its pages, and offers a fascinating view of the
by Joseph Manca
Offering an integral vision of the evolution of forms across civilizations and epochs, "30 Centuries of Sculpture" presents the masterpieces of sculpture that, with their intriguing silhouettes, have shaped the current notion of beauty. ...
From Masaccio to Matisse, 50 artworks that changed the way we see things
by Lee Beard
Succinct, lively descriptions make for speedy and enjoyable reading; it's like taking a trip round the world's greatest art gallery. ...
Andy Warhol and Sculpture
by Thomas Morgan Evans
<p>Rain machines; alarmed kosher pickle jars filled with gemstones; replica cornflakes boxes; 'disco décor'; time capsules; art bombs; birthday presents; perfume bottles and floating silver pillows that are clouds; paintings that are also films;eBook
You Really Need to Know
by Susie Hodge
Easy Projects for New Knitters in 220 Superwash? from Cascade Yarns?
by Sixth&Spring Books
<p><b style="">Easy Projects for New Knitters in 220 Superwash? from Cascade Yarns? </b></p><p><i>60 Quick Knits for Beginners </i>is an essential volume for every novice knitter and anyone picking up needles for the first time! ...
by EDITORIAL BOARD
<p>Art and Craft is a diverse and creative subject that allows kids to explore ideas or concepts and then express it by making something. Today arts and crafts are a great pastime and educational tool for kids. It can not only keep the tiny totseBook
Feminist Materialisms in New Media Art
by Kate Mondloch
<p> Kate Mondloch examines how new media installation art intervenes in technoscience and new materialism, showing how three diverse artists?Pipilotti Rist, Patricia Piccinini, and Mariko Mori?address everyday technology and how it constructs ...
Romanesque and Gothic in Northern Europe
by Conrad Rudolph
by Jerry Toner
The ancient world used the senses to express an enormous range of cultural meanings. Indeed the senses were functionally significant in all aspects of ancient life, often in ways that were complex and interconnected. Antiquity was also a period ...