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The Science Of Paintings

Author : W.Stanley Jr. Taft
ISBN : 9780387217413
Genre : Art
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The physics and materials science behind paintings: the pigments, binders, canvas, and varnish that go into making a painting appear the way it does. The text discusses the physical principles behind the colors seen and how these change with illumination, the various types of paint and binders used in both old and modern paintings, and the optics and microscopic structure of paint films. Chapters on dating, binders, and dendochronology have been contributed by experts in the respective fields.

The Science Of Painting

Author : Ivan Cuba
ISBN : UOM:39015053240290
Genre : Painting
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The Science Of Painting Classic Reprint

Author : J. G. Vibert
ISBN : 0484034278
Genre : Art
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Excerpt from The Science of Painting Oil painting began in the fifteenth century. We are not here going to enter into that great discussion, which is not yet finished, as to whether Oil painting was really discovered by Van Eyck, but perhaps we may venture to say that its discovery was really caused by a mistake. In the first place, neither John Van Eyck nor his brother ever acquainted anybody with their processes, and their secrets died with them and if report is to be credited, they were even so jealous that they stabbed one prying individual who ventured into their studio. In vain distinguished artists, attracted by the fame Of the two brothers, came from Italy to Bruges they could learn nothing, except that the belief spread that Van Eyck owed the exceeding brilliancy Of his colours to the use Of Oil. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

Seurat And The Science Of Painting

Author : William Innes Homer
ISBN : 0262080184
Genre : Art and science
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The Science Of Painting A Translation By Percy Young From The Eighth Edition Revised By The Author

Author : Jehan Georges VIBERT
ISBN : OCLC:504879414
Genre : Color
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Cuba

Author : Ivan Cuba
ISBN : OCLC:156752327
Genre : Painting
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The Science Of Appearances

Author : Max Meldrum
ISBN : 0646502883
Genre : Painting
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This publication is the most outstanding book on the craft of painting yet published in any language. It is a scientific exposition, a rational examination and explanation of this art - the science of depiction - by a master craftsman and a painter who was recently named in America as the greatest living artist.

The Theory Of Citrasutras In Indian Painting

Author : Isabella Nardi
ISBN : 9781134165247
Genre : Art
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The study of technical treatises in Indian art has increasingly attracted much interest. This work puts forward a critical re-examination of the key Indian concepts of painting described in the Sanskrit treatises, called citrasutras. In an in-depth and systematic analysis of the texts on the theory of Indian painting, it critically examines the different ways in which the texts have been interpreted and used in the study of Indian painting, and suggests a new approach to reading and understanding their concepts. Contrary to previous publications on the subject, it is argued that the intended use of such texts as a standard of critique largely failed due to a fundamental misconceptualization of the significance of ‘text’ for Indian painters. Isabella Nardi offers an original approach to research in this field by drawing on the experiences of painters, who are considered as a valid source of knowledge for our understanding of the citrasutras, and provides a new conceptual framework for understanding the interlinkages between textual sources and the practice of Indian painting. Filling a significant gap in Indian scholarship, Nardi's study will appeal to those studying Indian painting and Indian art in general.

Mariette And The Science Of The Connoisseur In Eighteenth Century Europe

Author : Kristel Smentek
ISBN : 9781351559218
Genre : Art
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Celebrated connoisseur, drawings collector, print dealer, book publisher and authority on the art of antiquity, Pierre-Jean Mariette (1694-1774) was a pivotal figure in the eighteenth-century European art world. Focusing on the trajectory of Mariette?s career, this book examines the material practices and social networks through which connoisseurs forged the idea of art as an object of empirical and historical analysis. Drawing on significant unpublished archival material as well as on histories of science, publishing, collecting and display, this book shows how Mariette and his colleagues? practices of classification and interpretation of the graphic arts gave rise to new conceptions of artistic authorship and to a history of art that transcended the biographies of individual artists. To follow Mariette?s career through the eighteenth century is to see that art was consolidated as a specialized category of intellectual inquiry-and that style emerged as its structuring analytic device-in the overlapping spaces of the collector?s cabinet, the connoisseur?s portfolio and the dealer?s shop.

Joyce And The Science Of Rhythm

Author : W. Martin
ISBN : 9781137309457
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book situates Joyce's critical writings within the context of an emerging discourse on the psychology of rhythm, suggesting that A Portrait of the Artist dramatizes the experience of rhythm as the subject matter of the modernist novel. Including comparative analyses of the lyrical prose of Virginia Woolf and the 'cadences' of the Imagists, Martin outlines a new concept of the 'modern period' that describes the interaction between poetry and prose in the literature of the early twentieth century.

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