1860 books (93 pages) in this category
by Martin Clark
Color In; De-stress (72 Tear-out Pages)
by Vive Le Color
A Guide to Spotting & Sketching Urban Landscapes
by Simone Ridyard
The urban sketcher's ultimate guide to drawing buildings! ...
Bodies, Spaces and their Relations
by Zuzana Kovar
<p>This book marks a turning point in architectural theory by using philosophy to examine the field anew. Breaking from the traditional dualism within architecture – which presents the body as subject and space as object – it examines how such ...eBook
by Duncan Thomson
by MICHAEL DE MENG
by ERNEST SETON-THOMPSON
A prolific author of books on wildlife, the great naturalist Ernest Thompson Seton was also an accomplished illustrator. Noting a dearth of general zoological anatomies for artists, he took it upon himself to create one. This volume is the ...
by CHARLES CARLSON
This is the most entertaining and easy-to-use anatomy text you'll ever see. The author a practiced artist, teacher, and cartoonist delivers the keys to figure construction in a direct, easy-to-follow, and highly visual manner. Students of ...
by Giovanni Aloi
<p>‘Art is continually haunted by the animal,’ wrote Deleuze and Guattari. Over the past two decades, animals have quite literally invaded the gallery space, from Joseph Beuy’s co-habiting with a coyote, Janis Kounelli’s instillation of live ...eBook
The Peredvizhniki, a Partnership of Artists
by Dr Andrey Shabanov
<p>Andrey Shabanov's seminal reinterpretation of the Peredvizhniki is a comprehensive study that examines in-depth for the first time the organizational structure, self-representation, exhibitions, and critical reception of this 19th-century ...eBook
by G. MONTAGUE ELLWOOD
A practical course in pen and ink drawing, this helpful guide includes a comprehensive survey of the best pen work in existence. A wide diversity of styles are presented - from loose sketches to rich, engraving-like studies. Works from all ...
Contesting the Global, Local and the In-Between
by Zeena Feldman
<p>In an era of unprecedented global mobility, artists face unique challenges. How does cultural context affect the interpretation of art? What makes artists’ work transnational or national in character, and how will their visibility be impactedeBook
A paradigm for the 21st century
by Jenny Waller
<p>Art education has gone through a number of paradigms since its origins in the medieval guilds. Yet ever since joining the university system in the 1970s, art departments have struggled to articulate a contemporary paradigm which accurately ...eBook
by PM CARRIKER
Offering terrific mixed-media art projects, as well as great tips for getting organized and inspired, Art at the Speed of Life is a treasure chest of ideas for the artist whose fiery enthusiasm for creating art goes up in smoke after that ...
Violence and Offence-Taking in India
by Malvika Maheshwari
<p>Since the end of the 1980s in India, self-styled representatives of a variety of ascriptive groups—religious, caste, regional, and linguistic—have been routinely damaging artworks, disrupting their exhibition, and threatening and assaulting ...eBook
by DORY KANTER
Inspire your creative spirit--everyday! Whether you're a beginner or an experienced artist, Art Escapes provides the ideas and encouragement you need to discover greater creativity and artistic confidence, even when you're short on time. ...
How a Great Public Art Project Helped Canada Define Itself
by Ian Sigvaldason
<p>The largest public art project in Canadian history, the Sampson-Matthews print program began as wartime <span style="line-height: 1.45em;">propaganda and lasted into the 1960s. The bright silkscreens hung in every school, library, bank ...
by Victoria Charles
<p>The European continent gathers together, without a doubt, the most famous works of art, evidence of the history of Western art. The cultural capitals and their emblematic museums contain paintings, sculptures, or rather works of art, devised ...eBook
Artists and their Materials from the Studio to Crowdsourcing
by Adamson & Bryan-Wilson
<p>Todays artists have an unprecedented level of choice with regard to materials and methods available to them, yet the processes involved in making artworks are rarely addressed in books or exhibitions on art. Here, Glenn Adamson and Julia ...eBook