237 books (12 pages) in this category
Master techniques for painting stunning works of art in acrylic-step by step
by Alicia Vannoy Call
Ideal for beginning and intermediate artists seeking to develop or polish their acrylic painting skills<br> ...
The Mickey Mouse TEN x TEN x TEN Contemporary Pop Art Series
by Hachette US
The Craft of Swordmaking and its Appreciation
by Yoshindo Yoshihara
The Japanese sword, a unique work of art in steel, can be appreciated from a number of viewpoints. Its functionality as a weapon, the sophisticated metallurgy and scientific thinking utilized by the swordsmith, the shape of the blade itself, and
A new perspective
by Hugh Moss
A refreshingly original and thought-provoking new theory of art, argued with intelligence, panache and wit. ...
Learn watercolor painting tips and techniques that will help you learn how to paint beautiful watercolors
by William F Powell
Master Techniques for Creating Stunning Works of Art in Watercolor
by Thomas Needham
50 inspiring drawings, designs & ideas for the meditative artist
by Margaret Bremner
<i>The Art of Zentangle</i> teaches artists of all skill levels the meditative process of combining shapes and lines to make complex and interesting final pieces of artwork. ...
A comprehensive photographic and illustrated reference book
by Ken Goldman
Combines hundreds of photographs and illustrations helping demonstrate how to accurately render the human form in hundreds of realistic poses - the perfect resource for artists of all skill levels. ...
Expert Color Information for Professional Color Results
by Leatrice Eiseman
The only colour guide a designer will ever need. Completely updated with <i>Pantone</i> colours and new text by Leatrice Eiseman, America's Colour Guru. ...
365 readings that teach, inspire & entertain
by Colin Gilbert
Everything Fashion Designers Need to Know Every Day
by Jay Calderin
The Visconti-Sforza Deck
by Mary Packard
How to Apply Visual Design Principles to Engage Users on Desktop, Tablet, and Mobile Websites
by Jason Tselentis
26 Principles Every Architect Should Know
by Andrea Simitch
by Hanson Dian
Alberto Vargas took over Esquire magazine's monthly pin-up post in late 1940. By 1942, when the U.S. joined the war, he had more than a million ardent fans who carried his pin-ups in backpacks and duffel bags as reminders of the American girls ...
by Hanson Dian
His name is less familiar than Vargas' and Elvgren's, but his brilliantly colored voluptuous pin-ups are well known. From 1944 to 1955 he painted the most popular magazine covers in America for Beauty Parade, Wink, Titter, Eyeful, Flirt and ...
Faber Modern Classics
by Herbert Read
The classic art history work brought into the Faber Modern Classics series. ...
Bubbles, Disruptions and Avarice in the Contemporary Art Market
by Quarto UK
A follow-up from Don Thompson, author of <i>$12 Million Stuffed Shark</i>, on the contemporary art market and human nature. ...
by Peter Osborne
If, as Walter Benjamin claimed, it is the function of artistic form -to make historical content into a philosophical truth then it is the function of criticism to recover and to complete that truth. Never has this been more necessary or ...
by Al Seckel
<p>Prepare to be amazed! Inside the covers of this incredible, colorful collection are hundreds of the world?s most powerful optical illusions. They?re beautiful to behold, and stunning in their trickery. Some of the mind-boggling images seem to