2016 fine art impressionism calendar erin hanson landscapes in oil

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The Oil Painting Book

Author : Bill Creevy
ISBN : 0823032744
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Provides 135 stimulating demonstrations in painting trees, skies & water from beautiful photographs by one of the world's leading nature photographers. A must for everyone who wants to master the techniques for becoming a first-rate landscape painter.

Daily Painting

Author : Carol Marine
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A blogger, teacher and painter describes how the practice of painting small projects daily can help artists at all levels grow, improve their technique and skill level and keep the creative ideas flowing. Original. 10,000 first printing.


Author : Erin Hanson
ISBN : 9781291692150
Genre : Poetry
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This book is an anthology of my past 2 years of poem writing. It includes some of my well known poems as well as those that are lesser known, all from my website thepoeticunderground.tumblr.com.

The Shepherd S Calendar

Author : John Clare
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John Clare's classic of English poetry describes the countryman's year, each month marked by its agricultural tasks, rural celebrations, and festivals. This reissue marks the 150th anniversary of the poet's death, and includes charming wood engravings by David Gentleman.

Fast Fun Landscape Painting With Donna Dewberry

Author : Donna Dewberry
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A lavishly illustrated manual by the popular author of Donna Dewberry's Painted Garden offers fifteen step-by-step demonstrations that show aspiring artists how to paint a complete scenic landscape in less than an hour by using a combination of innovative techniques, media, and equipment. Original. 20,000 first printing.

Infinite City

Author : Rebecca Solnit
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What makes a place? Rebecca Solnit reinvents the traditional atlas, searching for layers of meaning & connections of experience across San Francisco.


Author : Gerhard Richter
ISBN : 377572639X
Genre : Art
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No genre has fascinated Gerhard Richter so consistently throughout his career as that of landscape. Ever since his softly overpainted Views of Corsica series of 1968-69, the artist has revisited and reprised its possibilities, creating black-and-white townscapes based on newspaper picture and amateur photographs, mountain and park scenes with heavy impasto, illusionistic seascapes in subtly gradated tones and paintings worked with abstract overpainting. Frequently these paintings interrupt or quietly sabotage the transcendent horizon of the Romantic landscape, but the image presented is not exactly ironized as in other paintings of Richter's. "I felt like painting something beautiful" was the artist's response, when asked about the preponderance of landscapes in his works around 1970. Fifteen years later, he further elaborated that "my landscapes are not only beautiful or nostalgic, with a Romantic or classical suggestion of lost Paradises, but above all 'untruthful'... by untruthful I mean the glorifying way we look at Nature--Nature, which in all its forms is against us, because it knows no meaning, no pity, no sympathy..." Richter's approaches to landscape are various indeed, yet uniquely and recognizably his. The first edition of Gerhard Richter: Landscapes was published in 1998; it quickly sold out, was reprinted in 2002 and rapidly went out of print again. This new edition is the first to expand on the 1998, and brings us up to date with Richter's enduring fondness for this subject. Gerhard Richterwas born in Dresden in 1932, and rose to prominence in the early 1960s as a member of the Capitalist Realism movement alongside Sigmar Polke and others. His first solo show was in 1964 at Galerie Schmela in D�sseldorf. Today he is ranked among the world's greatest painters.

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