237 books (12 pages) in this category
57 Ways to Unlock Your Creative Self
by Rod Judkins
<DIV>Everyone wants to be more creative. Being creative makes life more fun and interesting. But many believe the common misconception that creativity is something you are born with and others can only envy.<BR /><BR /> In <B>Change Your ...
by BOVEY ALIXE
According to the Chaworth Roll, Egbert was the first king of all England', reigning 829 39. The Chaworth genealogical Roll of the kings of England was made in the 1320s for the Chaworth family, then it was brought up to date as far as Henry IV ...
A Guide to Motifs and Visual Imagery
by Patricia Bjaaland Welch
<i>Chinese Art</i> is a guide to the meanings behind the hundreds of common motifs and symbols found in all forms of Chinese art. A thorough examination of the diverse usage of natural symbols, colors, numbers, inanimate items and ...
by CLIFFORD TIMOTHY
Since taking the helm of the National Galleries of Scotland in 1984, Sir Timothy Clifford has overseen the acquisition of some of the finest, and best-loved works in the national collection. This book chronicles the development of the collection
Nearly 100 Creative Prompts for Sketching the Big Apple
by Michelle Lo
A compilation of creative prompts geared to immerse you in the marvels of brilliant New York City. ...
Artists, Italy and the Esthetic Ideals of the 18th Century
by Hermitage Amsterdam
<p><br><p>Mid-eighteenth-century Europe watched spellbound as excavations in Italy uncovered treasures of Greco-Roman art of stupefying beauty. The new discoveries became the prime source of artistic inspiration and would dictate public taste ...
Secrets of Observational Drawing
by Patricia Wynne
Shows how it's done by looking at museum-quality works, then coaching readers to try the techniques with the help an expert's suggestions. ...
A Complete Color Reference for Designers of All Types, 25th Anniversary Edition
by Terry Marks
A complete colour reference for all designers. ...
Documents on Contemporary Crafts 3
by Andre Gali
Master the art of drawing cartoon characters-step by step!
by Tim Van De Vall
by Stephanie Corfee
More than 20 inspiring prompts and projects for turning simple doodles into beautiful works of art
by Stephanie Corfee
Artists of all backgrounds will love seeing the world through a doodler's eyes thanks to <i>Creative Doodling & Beyond Doodle book and kit </i> ...
by Matt Malpass
Critical Design is becoming an increasingly influential discipline, affecting policy and practice in a range of fields. Matt Malpass's book is the first to introduce critical design as a field, providing a history of the discipline, outlining ...
by BARRINGER / DEVANEY
David Hockney is perhaps the most popular and versatile British artist of the last century. Following his sweeping exploration of landscape at the Royal Academy in 2012, this volume focuses on the portraits he has been painting in the last few ...
by KLINGE MARGRET
This is an overdue investigation into one of the most remarkable artistic enterprises of the seventeenth century, David Teniers the Younger's publication in 1660 of the magnificent Theatrum Pictorium or Theatre of Painting, the first illustrated
Exploring the Form, Function, Usability, Sustainability, and Commercial Success of 100 Amazing Products
by William Lidwell
An Introduction to the Histories, Theories, and Best Practices Behind Effective Information Visualizations
by Isabel Meirelles
by Insight Editions
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Dada and the Unmaking of the Twentieth Century
by Jed Rasula
by MALLALIEU H.L.
British artists have excelled in the medium of watercolour painting to such an extent that they have almost made the medium their own. Certainly the art was perfected in Britain and in turn influenced many artistic movements both in Europe and ...