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Radiant Landscapes

Author : Gloria Loughman
ISBN : 9781607056300
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Four stunning projects show how to take advantage of light via such quilting techniques as fusible tiling, invisible machine appliqué, free-motion stitching and fabric dyeing and painting. Original.

Pure Watercolour Painting

Author : Peter Cronin
ISBN : 1782214356
Genre : Landscape painting
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Pure watercolour - no tricks, no additional expenditure; just brush, paint and paper. Perfect for all levels, from aspiring artists to experts. Popular subject and medium.

Landscapes Clear And Radiant

Author : Wen Fong
ISBN : 9781588392916
Genre : Exposition - New York - 2008 - 2009
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Wang Hui, the most celebrated painter of late-17th-century China, played a key role both in reinvigorating past traditions of landscape painting and in establishing the stylistic foundations for the imperially sponsored art of the Qing court. An artist of protean talent and immense ambition, Wang developed an all-embracing synthesis of historical landscape styles that constituted one of the greatest artistic innovations of late imperial China. This comprehensive study of the painter's career--the first published in English--features essays examining his life and achievement as well as his masterwork, the monumental scroll depicting the Kangxi emperor's Southern Inspection Tour. Twenty-seven of Wang Hui's paintings, drawn from the Metropolitan Museum and from museums in Beijing, Taipei, Shanghai, and Tokyo, are supplemented by a wealth of images ranging from ancient Chinese paintings to works by Wang's contemporaries.

Pantone The Twentieth Century In Color

Author : Leatrice Eiseman
ISBN : 9780811877565
Genre : Art
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Summer is the best season of all. Dive into this collection of poetic and mesmerizing images curated by photographer Joanne Dugan. Quotes from writers and luminaries intermingle with interpretive vignettes that instantly evoke the perfect summer moment. Enjoy the adventure and stillness of your favorite season all year round withSummertime.


Author : International Parliament of Writers
ISBN : 1583220585
Genre : Literary Collections
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The first issue of this groundbreaking international journal includes work from Paul West, Gao Er Tai, Vincenzo Consolo, and others on Chinese work camps, displaced literatures, the Kurdish renaissance in exile, and other literary, social, and political topics. Original.

Gardner S Art Through The Ages Backpack Edition

Author : Fred S. Kleiner
ISBN : 9780840030573
Genre : Education
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GARDNER’S ART THROUGH THE AGES, BACKPACK EDITION, BOOK D: RENAISSANCE AND BAROQUE ART is part of an easy-to-carry six-volume set. The most widely-read history of art and architecture in the English language for over 85 years, this beautifully-illustrated set includes new features that make it easier than ever for your students to master the material. Author and award-winning scholar-teacher Fred Kleiner has set a new standard for art history textbooks, continuing GARDNER’S tradition of impeccable reliability and scholarship. The 14th Edition includes a new chapter dedicated to contemporary art worldwide (Books E & F), coverage of over 300 new images, new pedagogical features, images that have been upgraded for clarity and color-fidelity, and more. A comprehensive, integrated set of digital resources brings course content to life, providing students with the tools they need to excel in your class, regardless of their learning styles. GARDNER’s has built its stellar reputation on the inclusion of the most significant images, discussions of the images in their full historical and cultural contexts, reproductions of unsurpassed quality, scholarship that is up-to-date, the consistent voice of a single storyteller, and more online help for students and instructors than any other art survey text. Over 100 reviewers, all experts in their fields, contributed to the accuracy of this edition. CourseMate, the online learning environment that can be used on its own or as an LMS-specific course cartridge, provides an interactive experience for exploration, study, and development of critical thinking skills. It includes an interactive eBook, all images included within the text, nearly 300 videos, audio resources, image flashcards, a printable Slide Guide for note-taking, and much more. Dynamic lecture tools will save instructors time in preparing for class -- a Digital Image Library with full zoom capabilities, side-by-side comparisons, and Google Earth integration. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Writing Lovers

Author : Méira Cook
ISBN : 0773527974
Genre : Literary Collections
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Is it possible to capture something as ephemeral as love with mere words? Méira Cook draws on Lacan, Derrida, Barthes, and Kristeva to wrestle with the theoretical problems of representing the unrepresentable. In Writing Lovers she searches for a language adequate to articulating the discourse of passion, desire, and longing in the love poetry of Dionne Brand, Elizabeth Smart, Daphne Marlatt, Dorothy Livesay, Kristjana Gunnars, and Nicole Markotic.

Soils In Natural Landscapes

Author : Earl B. Alexander
ISBN : 9781466594364
Genre : Nature
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In any complete investigation of terrestrial ecosystems, rocks and soils must be considered. Soils are essential resources, providing water and nutrients for vascular plants, and mitigating the flow of water from the land. In addition, soil diversity is critical for biotic diversity. While there are many references on the agricultural perspective of soils, there is a need for a basic soils book for those concerned with natural landscapes and ecosystems. Soils in Natural Landscapes fills this niche, providing a thorough introduction to the physics, chemistry, and biology of soils and their roles in local to global systems. The book begins by describing the field of soils and the major roles of soils in natural landscapes. The chapters that follow cover a range of topics: Soil parent material Architecture of soils Temperature and soils Water, air, and climate Classification of soils Soil landscapes Plant nutrition Soil organisms Organic matter in soils The author also discusses global issues such as water and carbon cycles, global warming, and acid rain. He addresses land management for different uses, soil quality, and soil degradation. Using an interdisciplinary approach, this book provides practical insights for the evaluation of soils in natural environments and their non-intensive management.


Author : Fred Kaplan
ISBN : 9781480409798
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The engaging biography of one of the most celebrated and enduring authors of Western literature Charles Dickens grew up in harsh poverty and became one of the world’s most beloved authors. Biographer Fred Kaplan takes a brilliant, multifaceted approach in his examination of Dickens’s life: his fraught marriage and relationships; the ever-present effects of his humble beginnings; his extensive, but carefully managed, public life; and his friendships with famous writers. Dickens unearths the complex passions that drove both the man and his work, illuminating why the legendary author—just like the characters in his fiction—has remained a mammoth figure in Western literature.

Decoding The Butterfly Promise

Author : Dr. Gail Siler, PhD
ISBN : 9781452516059
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Haunted by an urgent voice she hears each time she reads a book by Carlos Castaneda, Gail seeks out Castaneda's apprentice, and she finds herself catapulted into a strange world of shamans, metaphysics, and ancient beings. She is thrust forward onto a dangerous path that takes her from the safety of her everyday world into the radiant landscape where true power lives. Here, she is introduced to an ancient couple, who have lived and loved beyond time itself. She offers up her heart to become a co-conspirator with them in an unbelievable task. She must journey into the ancient records and retrieve the knowledge that broke this ancient couple and humanity itself apart. The death-bed promise this ancient couple made to each other eons ago is also the key to humanity's own resurrection. It is this-the Butterfly Promise-that will return us to our true powers and to our wholeness once again.

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