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16 designs printed on high quality drawing paper for pencil,ink, marker, crayon or watercolor PEPIN Artists' Colouring Books contain 16 different sheets (format 25 x 34.5 cm / 9.8' x 13.6' ) of superior acid-free drawing paper, printed with ...

Author: Pepin van Roojen

Publisher: Pepin Press Editions

ISBN: 9460098045

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 16

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PEPIN Artists' Colouring Books contain 16 different sheets (format 25 x 34.5 cm / 9.8' x 13.6' ) of superior acid-free drawing paper, printed with exceptional designs in very light lines. The printing is done in such a way that, depending on the techniques used, the original outline will be hardly visible after colouring. The 180 gsm drawing paper is made to our specifications by one of the best paper mills in Europe and is suitable for a wide range of colouring applications, including pencil, crayon, pastel, felt marker, gouache, etc. Also water colours and liquid inks can be used. The first-rate paper is age resistant and coloured sheets can be framed and displayed without the risk of rapid deterioration. PEPIN Artists' Colouring Books match the quality of the finest artists' pads. They are perfectly suited to practice your colouring skills and create beautiful pieces at the same time. For best results we recommend high-quality colouring materials.
2014-05-01 By Pepin van Roojen

How does the still - life , and the bouquet in particular , embody the merger of self and world Mallarme saw effected in Manet's art ? If , as Mallarme suggested , Manet's painting expresses ( we might say , performs ) the artist's ...

Author: James Henry Rubin

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674548027

Category: Art

Page: 256

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Rubin also examines Manet's relationship to three of the leading critics of his day - Baudelaire, Zola, and Mallarme - giving special attention to Mallarme's appreciation, and eventual use in his own poetry, of the paradox between immersion and externality in Manet's oeuvre. Finally, the book uses the image of the bouquet to exemplify Manet's creative poetics through an exploration of his still life.

Epstein's barely contained portraits of flowers offer a striking visual correlative for a number of Stevens's verbal ... on the balance between the female figure and the flower arrangement, between portrait 180 MODERNISM AND STILL LIFE.

Author: Tobin Claudia Tobin

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

ISBN: 9781474455152

Category: Art

Page: 256

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Explores the 'still life spirit' in modern painting, prose, dance, sculpture and poetryChallenges the conventional positioning of still life a 'minor' genre in art historyProposes a radical alternative to narratives of modernism that privilege speed and motion by revealing forms of stillness and still life at the heart of modern literature and visual cultureProvides the first study of still life to consider the genre across modern literature, visual cultures and danceUncovers connections and cultural exchange between networks of European and American artists including the Bloomsbury Group and Wallace StevensThe late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries have been characterised as the 'age of speed' but they also witnessed a reanimation of still life across different art forms. This book takes an original approach to still life in modern literature and the visual arts by examining the potential for movement and transformation in the idea of stillness and the ordinary. It ranges widely in its material, taking Czanne and literary responses to his still life painting as its point of departure. It investigates constellations of writers, visual artists and dancers including D. H. Lawrence, Virginia Woolf, David Jones, Winifred Nicholson, Wallace Stevens, and lesser-known figures including Charles Mauron and Margaret Morris. Claudia Tobin reveals that at the heart of modern art were forms of stillness that were intimately bound up with movement: the still life emerges charged with animation, vibration and rhythm; an unstable medium, unexpectedly vital and well suited to the expression of modern concerns.
2020-03-02 By Tobin Claudia Tobin

56 Braun's primary focus was landscape painting , and he turned to still life only as a very occasional diversion , mainly in the 1930s . Some of these still lifes include Oriental objets d'art , while others feature flowers from his ...

Author: Susan Landauer

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 0520239385

Category: Art

Page: 225

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"Presenting, interpreting, and celebrating the world-renowned and the lesser-known California artists who have uniquely defined and redefined the still life, this volume offers an exploration of the sensual pleasures, the aesthetic challenges, and the intellectual and perceptual associations of a century of art through the prism of a single genre."--BOOK JACKET.
2003-11-10 By Susan Landauer

10 Flower Still Lifes Een dwaes en zijn gelt zrin haest ghescheiden . ni In the late Middle Ages it was above all ... If the motif of flowers in a vase had already figured in numerous early Dutch scenes of the Annunciation – such as the ...

Author: Norbert Schneider

Publisher: Taschen

ISBN: 3822820814

Category: Art and society

Page: 215

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INSIGHTS INTO CHANGES OF MENTALITY AND PHILOSOPHY. HOW DO THE OBJECTS IN A STILL LIFE REFLECT THE CUSTOMS, IDEAS AND ASPIRATIONS OF THE TIME? THIS IS ONE OF THE QUESTIONS WHICH NORBERT SCHNEIDER ASKS IN THIS BOOK. THE PERIOD BETWEEN THE LATE MIDDLE AGES AND THE 17TH CENTURY WAS WITHOUT DOUBT THE HEYDAY OF THE STILL LIFE. IT IS AN ART FORM WHICH GIVES US VALUABLE INSIGHTS INTO CHANGES OF MENTALITY AND PHILOSOPHY AS WELL AS PEOPLE'S NOTIONS OF DEATH. STILL LIFES CHART THE HISTORY OF SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERIES AND THEIR ACCEPTANCE AS WELL AS THE GRADUAL REPLACEMENT OF THE MEDIAEVAL CONCEPT OF THE WORLD.

I have two figures coming up - that you won't get till after Xmas — but I have finished now — a large 30 " x 40 " Still Life of a Bouquet - Bouquet from the Desert . It is a queer one of the gleaming white sage with flecks of gold in a ...

Author: John Baker

Publisher: Bucknell University Press

ISBN: 0838751105

Category: Art

Page: 148

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The first full-length study of the life and works of Henry Lee McFee, pioneer American cubist and prominent member of the Woodstock artists colony. McFee's still lifes are considered in detail and a survey of the critics, art theorists, and aestheticians of the period is presented. Nearly 200 illustrations, including 22 color plates. A Center Gallery Publication.
1987 By John Baker

Pronkstilleven: A style of ornate still life painting produced in Holland in the 17th century. leading developer of ... and shapes—silver cutlery, intricate patterns, and subtle folds in table cloths and flowers—all challenged painters.

Author: Joann Lacey

Publisher: Sugar Creek

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 692

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This is a survey of the history of art and architecture of Western civilizations. The textbook extends from the age of the Renaissance until the end of the 20th Century. The textbook includes illustrations, graphs, and reconstruction images curated from Creative Commons material. The textbook includes original text not protected intellectual property.
2021-01-23 By Joann Lacey

Early floral still life paintings differ from those of the middle and later seventeenth century in several key ways. ... In Roelant Savery's Bouquet of Flowers with Two Lizards from 1603, for example, a bouquet of flowers sits in a ...

Author: Janice Neri

Publisher: U of Minnesota Press

ISBN: 9780816667642

Category: Art

Page: 233

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How the picturing of insects inspired new ideas about art, science, nature, and commerce
2011 By Janice Neri

The pursuit of rare and prized flowers continued into the eighteenth century, with a popular craze for double hyacinths, while later in the century ... Jan was steeped from birth in the rich heritage of Dutch still life painting.

Author: Anne T. Woollett

Publisher: Getty Publications

ISBN: 9781606060902

Category: Art

Page: 48

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"One of the most celebrated painters of the eighteenth century, Jan van Huysum (Dutch, 1682-1749) gained immense fame and fortune for his meticulously rendered bouquets of flowers and fruit. With their precise botanical depictions, brilliant colors, and technical virtuosity, Van Huysums's elegant compositions were avidly collected by the elite connoisseurs throughout Europe."-- Publisher description.

She renounced portraits because she finds the sitters disturbing , however interesting their heads may be , and still - lifes and flowers provide an occasional change from studies of the English countryside . Her answer to the question ...

Author: J. B. Charles

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822005946587

Category: Botanical illustration

Page: 112

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1938 By J. B. Charles