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237 Results
Peacock & vine : Fortuny and Morris in life and at work —Byatt, A. S. (Antonia Susan), 1936- author.

Born a generation apart, they were apparent opposites: Fortuny a Spanish aristocrat, thrilled by the sun-baked cultures of Crete and Knossos; Morris the British bourgeois, in thrall to the myths of the North. Yet both me...

Louise Bourgeois the spider, the mistress and the tangerine

A comprehensive and dramatic documentary on the life and work of sculptor Louise Bourgeois.

Modern art adventures : 36 creative, hands-on projects inspired by artists from Monet to Banksy —Pitamic, Maja.

"Modern Art Adventures" introduces young artists to groundbreaking masterpieces and fresh techniques, then lets them loose to create their own works of art.

Art Nouveau —Wolf, Norbert, 1949- author.

Now available in a new edition, this sumptuous volume explores key aspects of Art Nouveau -- decorative arts, architecture, fashion, dance, advertising, and more -- with an in-depth approach and stunning illustrations. I...

Art at the turn of the millennium

Rétrospective de l'art des années 1980 et 1990 à travers 137 artistes présentés par ordre alphabétique. Brève introduction informative sur les artistes et leus oeuvres. Illustré de plus de 1200 reproductions. [SD...

The artist's garden American Impressionism —Anderson, Grabsky.

Taking its lead from French artists like Renoir and Monet, the American impressionist movement followed its own path which over a forty-year period reveals as much about America as a nation as it does about its art as a ...

The age of collage : contemporary collage in modern art

Artist's featured in the book include: Astrid Klein, Beni Bischof, Charles Wilkin, Dash Snow, Dennis Busch, Dominic McGill, Eva Eun-Sil Han, Gordon Magnin, James Gallagher, John Gall, John Vincent Aranda, Jorge Chamorro,...

Cut and paste : 400 years of collage —Elliott, Patrick, 1962-

There are no other affordable books available on this important subject. This is the only book that looks closely at the early centuries of Collage. Collage is popular, fascinating and historically revealing. Accompanies...

What are you looking at? : the surprising, shocking, and sometimes strange story of 150 years of modern art —Gompertz, Will, 1965- author.

Presents an irreverent narrative tour of modern art that explains its cultural relevance and why it is so compelling, tracing a century's worth of movements, achievements, and masterpieces that have reshaped the art worl...

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