1876 books (94 pages) in this category
by JOHN ROMAN
This book features the dynamic works of many professional map artists from around the world and documents the creative process as well as the inspirations behind contemporary, 21st-century illustrated maps....While literally hundreds of books ...
by Esther Selsdon
<p>If the “Palace of Love”, otherwise known as the Taj Mahal, is considered to be the emblem <span style="line-height: 1.45em;">of Art of India, it is by no means the sole representative. Characterised by its elegance, </span><span ...
by Gaston Migeon & Henri Saladin
<p>Islamic art is not the art of a nation or of a people, but that of a religion: Islam. Spreading from the Arabian Peninsula, the proselyte believers conquered, in a few centuries, a territory spreading from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean. ...eBook
by Tony Kushner
by Selma Lanes
by MELANIE ROTHSHCHILD
You can make art and deeply appreciate the Art of Mistakes. When it comes to mistakes, we're all experts. Really. Yet fear of making mistakes often holds us back from trying new things. Inside, you will discover how our mistakes can be powerful ...
by LEONARD RICHMOND
When it comes to sketching from life and nature, pastel offers significant advantages: a technically simple method, it requires none of the cumbersome paraphernalia of watercolour or oil painting. The medium is currently enjoying a surge in ...
by PHILIP W. METZGER
Everything you need to know to put your drawings and paintings into perspective! If the concept of perspective makes you think of confusing angles, fancy measuring gadgets and complicated theories, get ready for a very pleasant surprise. In this
by laura Beach
by Arturo Graf,
<p>“The Devil holds the strings which move us!” (Charles Baudelaire, The Flowers of Evil, 1857.) Satan, Beelzebub, Lucifer… the Devil has many names and faces, all of which have always served artists as a source of inspiration. Often ...eBook
by Victoria Charles
<p>Since the first funerary statues were placed in the first sepulchres, the ideas of death and the afterlife have always held a prominent place at the heart of the art world. An unlimited source of inspiration where artists can search for the ...eBook
by Stephanie Barron
by JOANNE SHARPE
by ROBERT HENRI
"Comparable only to the notes of Leonardo and Sir Joshua." - George Bellows. A well-respected American artist, Robert Henri was also a gifted and influential teacher. The Art Spirit, compiled by one of his former students, offers an ...
by EDMOND J. FARRIS
For art students working with the human figure, this comprehensive study of the bones, muscles, and surface forms of the living body will be one of the most useful (and most used) additions they can make to their private libraries. More than 150
by Michel Solliec
With varying levels of difficulty, from basic patterns to complex, interwoven and seemingly boundless designs, <i>Art Therapy Celtic</i> enables anyone to create beautiful artwork abound in religious and symbolic meaning. ...
by Mark Getlein
by NATHALIE KALBACH
Techniques to incorporate meaning, texture, colour and pattern as key inspiration elements in visual art. There is inspiration all around, but short of realistically replicating a vacation snapshot or trying to express the incredible taste of ...
Agony and Ecstasy
by National Gallery of Australia
<p><i>Arthur Boyd: agony and ecstasy </i>is a major exhibition of Boyd’s art including more than 100 works across diverse media: paintings, prints, drawings, ceramic tiles and sculptures, and tapestries. This publication provides the opportunity
by Charles A Riley