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Giverny

Author : Pomegranate Publishers
ISBN : 0876544294
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Seasons

Author : Art Institute of Chicago
ISBN : 0876540612
Genre : Nature
File Size : 89. 21 MB
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Winterthur Flowers Perpetual Calendar

Author : Winterthur
ISBN : 0735324107
Genre : Photography
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Write down recurring dates in these decorative Winterthur Flowers perpetual or "birthday" calendars and you won't have any excuse for missing important anniversaries. Each calendar page is decorated with a sweet flower design from an 1857 pattern book used by Thomas Dimmock & Co. of Hanley, England. The book itself is in the collection of the Winterthur Museum and Country Estate.

Mary Engelbreit S Happy To You

Author : Mary Engelbreit
ISBN : 0740757563
Genre : Art
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Mary Engelbreit knows how important it is to remember birthdays, anniversaries, and special days. Her perpetual calendar, Happy to You has been a staple for so many women to help them keep track of the important people and important moments in their lives and in the lives of others. This year, Mary has changed the look of the calendar, making it more inviting to jot down those special days throughout the year. Each month is highlighted with one of Mary's delightful celebratory illustrations and provides plenty of room to include everyone and everything calling for celebration and recognition. Hang it in your home or office to remind yourself that special days require special attention.

Artists Birthday Book

Author : Metropolitan Museum of Art
ISBN : 0811858499
Genre : Art
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Featuring stunning works of art from The Metropolitan Museum of Art's permanent collection, this lovely volume is the perfect tool for remembering birthdays throughout the year.

365 Quilt Block Patterns

Author : Judy Hopkins
ISBN : 1604682108
Genre : Calendar
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Features 365 quilt-block patterns for piecing with a handy index Provides color illustration, lettered line drawing, and cutting instructions Includes a variety of block sizes from one day to the next; each day?s block pattern is shown in one size

A Year In Art

Author : Prestel
ISBN : 3791382918
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Celebrating the extraordinary popularity of the Year in Art series, this book presents masterpieces of art from the ancient world to the modern day in a beautifully designed gift book. Featuring an attractive new format and a selection of the best of the first two volumes in the A Year in Art series, this book includes 365 works of art, from Renaissance paintings to modern art masterpieces, from Medieval art to Picasso, and from Russian icons to Chagall. Imagine 365 masterpieces of art from around the world at your fingertips. That s what readers will find as they turn the pages day after day to discover a full-page exquisitely reproduced artwork from a variety of eras, genres, and media. Further enhancing these pages are quotations to ponder, surprise, and delight. This book also serves as a perpetual calendar and opposite the color illustrations there is plenty of space to record birthdays, anniversaries, and other important dates as well as personal notes and reflections. As functional as it is beautiful, this book s global and historical collection of images makes the perfect gift for lovers of art and will offer inspiration every day of the year."

Divine Domesticity

Author : Marjorie OʹRourke Boyle
ISBN : 9004106758
Genre : History
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This cultural analysis of the divine indwelling from the fourth through sixteenth centuries reverses the history of doctrine to venture doctrine as history. It discovers a fundamental disparity between domestic values and the exilic asceticism that once dominated western civilization.

Snail Trail

Author : Jo Saxton
ISBN : 1847804233
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A colourful snail asks you to help him look for his favourite painting. Follow his silver trail through a selection of famous modern paintings by an exciting range of modern artists including Pollock, Rothko, Mondrian, Dali, Picasso and Matisse in search of a piece of art that represents him. Paintings reproduced in the book: Pablo Picasso, Maya in a Sailor Suit, 1938, MOMA. Barnett Newman, Abraham, 1949, MOMA. Jackson Pollock, Number 20, 1949, Private Collection/James Goodman Gallery, New York. Mark Rothko, White Centre, 1950, Private Collection. Salvador Dali, The Persistence of Memory, 1931, MOMA. Ben Nicholson, 1940-42 (two forms), Southampton City Art Gallery, Hampshire. Henri Matisse, The Snail, 1953, Tate Modern. Henri Matisse, Goldfish (Red Fish), 1911, Pushkin Museum of Fine Art, Moscow.

Just Violence

Author : Rachel Wahl
ISBN : 9781503601024
Genre : Education
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Police who engage in torture are condemned by human rights activists, the media, and people across the world who shudder at their brutality. Stark revelations about torture by American forces at places like Guantanamo Bay have stoked a fascination with torture and debates about human rights. Yet despite this interest, the public knows little about the officers who actually commit such violence. How do the police understand what they do? How do their beliefs inform their responses to education and activism against torture? Just Violence reveals the moral perspective of perpetrators and how they respond to human rights efforts. Through interviews with law enforcers in India, Rachel Wahl uncovers the beliefs that motivate officers who use and support torture, and how these beliefs shape their responses to international human rights norms. Although on the surface Indian officers' subversion of human rights may seem to be a case of "local culture" resisting global norms, officers see human rights as in keeping with their religious and cultural traditions—and view Western countries as the primary human rights violators. However, the police do not condemn the United States for violations; on the contrary, for Indian police, Guantanamo Bay justifies torture in New Delhi. This book follows the attempts of human rights workers to both persuade and coerce officers into compliance. As Wahl explains, current human rights strategies can undermine each other, leaving the movement with complex dilemmas regarding whether to work with or against perpetrators.

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