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Author : Raia Iotova
language : en
Publisher: Raia Iotova
Release Date : 2014-11-09
Download Inspirational Paintings Landscapes written by Raia Iotova and has been published by Raia Iotova this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2014-11-09 with Art categories.
"Life Is Not Measured By the Number of Breaths We Take, But By the Moments That Take Our Breath Away." "Inspirational Paintings: Landscapes" is a great book if you like and enjoy art. This Art Book contains many wonderful annotated Reproductions of landscapes with Table of Contents, and is formatted for all e-reading devices, and Android tablets: you may use rotate and zoom feature on landscape or horizontal images for optimal viewing. Being able zoom in or move around an image lets you learn so much about detail, color and painting technique. The images are in color; they render beautifully in optimized gray-scale tones for black-and-white e-book readers, but exhibit even more stunningly in full color with color readers and inside Kindle apps for color-enabled computers and portable or hand-held devices. Overall this is simply a decent collection of some fantastic landscape paintings for your everyday inspiration. The following landscapes are included: Akseli Gallen-Kallela - Cloud Towers (1904) Elin Danielson-Gambogi - Italian boats (1900) Paul Baum- Landscape near Sluis (1906) Winslow Homer - Incoming Tide, Scarboro, Maine, 1883 Ferdinand Hodler - Evening Fog on Lake Thun - 1908 Arnold Lyongrün - On blooming heather George Bellows - The Grove - Monhegan, 1911 Childe Hassam - Cliff Rock H. A. Brendekilde - Spring, 1896 Henri Edmond Cross - A Pine Wood, Provence Nikolay Dubovskoy - A winter's evening John Joseph Ennekin - Mountain Landscape Olof Hermelin - Harvest Time (1904) Lesser Ury - Autumn creek landscape in the evening light (c.1900) Walter Leistikow - Mark Brandenburg lakes landscape with windmill and Park Hans Gude - Fishing at Silver Crown (1900) Karl Hagemeister - Shore landscape Carl Maria Nicolaus Hummel - View of Pieve di Cadore (1902) Ernst Ludwig Kirchner - The Loam Pit Willard Metcalf - Dogwood blossoms Anders Askvold - Norwegian Landscape Albert Biertadt - Sunset on the Plains Paul Cézanne - Country House by a River Georges Lemmen - Heist Beach Ivan Shishkin -Wald anagoria Vincent van Gogh - Blossom garden Karl Hagemeister - Birch trees on a creek, 1893 Thomas Moran - A view of Venice Albert Bierstadt - Storm on the Matterhorn August Wilhelm Leu - In the Mountains (1884)
Author : Mitchell Albala
language : en
Release Date : 2011-11-15
Download Landscape Painting written by Mitchell Albala and has been published by Watson-Guptill this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2011-11-15 with Art categories.
Because nature is so expansive and complex, so varied in its range of light, landscape painters often have to look further and more deeply to find form and structure, value patterns, and an organized arrangement of shapes. In Landscape Painting, Mitchell Albala shares his concepts and practices for translating nature's grandeur, complexity, and color dynamics into convincing representations of space and light. Concise, practical, and inspirational, Landscape Painting focuses on the greatest challenges for the landscape artist, such as: • Simplification and Massing: Learn to reduce nature's complexity by looking beneath the surface of a subject to discover the form's basic masses and shapes.• Color and Light: Explore color theory as it specifically applies to the landscape, and learn the various strategies painters use to capture the illusion of natural light.• Selection and Composition: Learn to select wisely from nature's vast panorama. Albala shows you the essential cues to look for and how to find the most promising subject from a world of possibilities. The lessons in Landscape Painting—based on observation rather than imitation and applicable to both plein air and studio practice—are accompanied by painting examples, demonstrations, photographs, and diagrams. Illustrations draw from the work of more than 40 contemporary artists and such masters of landscape painting as John Constable, Sanford Gifford, and Claude Monet. Based on Albala's 25 years of experience and the proven methods taught at his successful plein air workshops, this in-depth guide to all aspects of landscape painting is a must-have for anyone getting started in the genre, as well as more experienced practitioners who want to hone their skills or learn new perspectives. From the Hardcover edition.
Author : T.A. Hose
language : en
Publisher: Geological Society of London
Release Date : 2016-02-01
Download Appreciating Physical Landscapes written by T.A. Hose and has been published by Geological Society of London this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2016-02-01 with Science categories.
Geotourism, as a form of sustainable geoheritage tourism, was defined and developed, from the early 1990s, to contextualize modern approaches to geoconservation and physical landscape management. However, its roots lie in the late seventeenth century and the emergence of the Grand Tour and its domestic equivalents in the eighteenth century. Its participants and numerous later travellers and tourists, including geologists and artists, purposefully explored wild landscapes as‘geotourists’. The written and visual records of their observations underpin the majority of papers within this volume; these papers explore some significant geo-historical themes, organizations, individuals and locations across three centuries, opening with seventeenth century elite travellers and closing with modern landscape tourists. Other papers examine the resources available to those geotourists and explore the geotourism paradigm. The volume will be of particular interest to Earth scientists, historians of science, tourism specialists and general readers with an interest in landscape history.
Author : W. Gary Smith
language : en
Publisher: Timber Press (OR)
Release Date : 2010
Download From Art To Landscape written by W. Gary Smith and has been published by Timber Press (OR) this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2010 with Gardening categories.
Landscape designer and artist Gary Smith shows how to envision gardens-to-be by using and taking inspiration from sketches, painting, drawings, and other art forms.
Author : Lucy Willis
language : en
Publisher: Pavilion Books
Release Date : 2015-07-30
Download Sunlight And Shadows In Watercolour written by Lucy Willis and has been published by Pavilion Books this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2015-07-30 with Art categories.
Lucy Willis is a well-known and successful watercolourist, renowned for her atmospheric paintings full of sunlight and shade. In her third book, Sunlight and Shadows in Watercolour, Lucy Willis shares her professional tips and expertise on painting inspirational landscapes and interiors full of light. There are several step-by-step demonstration paintings on how to achieve the different effects of light - bright sunlight, shadows, dappled light and night-time scenes. In addition, Lucy shows how to paint from photographs, how to mix colour, and stresses the importance of tone in creating a successful composition. The themes and subjects covered are Landscape, Water, Gardens, Architecture, Interiors, Still Life, Portraits and the importance of keeping a sketchbook. Lucy Willis encourages all watercolourists, whatever their level, to exploit the versatile effects of watercolour and produce exciting, atmospheric work of their own.
Author : Fraser Scarfe
language : en
Publisher: Search Press(UK)
Release Date : 2016-12-07
Download How To Paint Atmospheric Landscapes In Acrylics written by Fraser Scarfe and has been published by Search Press(UK) this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2016-12-07 with Acrylic painting categories.
Fraser Scarfe's moody and expressive landscapes combine the best of the traditional approach to painting with the benefits of modern materials. His aim is to reveal the natural beauty and drama in the landscape without the need for romanticism, and this is borne out in his raw, unsentimental yet strikingly beautiful landscape paintings. This book will appeal to acrylic artists of all abilities as well as those looking to transition from oils, pastels and watercolours alike. It follows the award-winning artist through the year, offering readers productive and inspiring ways to paint from deepest winter to midsummer while they learn to engage with their subject. Using a combination of practical instruction and inspirational example, Fraser imparts his knowledge of the techniques and materials he uses, his style and his inspiration, proving that he is truly a force to be reckoned within the art world.
Author : Barbara Novak Altschul Professor of Art History Barnard College and Columbia University (Emerita)
language : en
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Release Date : 2007-01-05
Download Nature And Culture American Landscape And Painting 1825 1875 With A New Preface written by Barbara Novak Altschul Professor of Art History Barnard College and Columbia University (Emerita) and has been published by Oxford University Press, USA this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2007-01-05 with Art categories.
In this richly illustrated volume, featuring more than fifty black-and-white illustrations and a beautiful eight-page color insert, Barbara Novak describes how for fifty extraordinary years, American society drew from the idea of Nature its most cherished ideals. Between 1825 and 1875, all kinds of Americans--artists, writers, scientists, as well as everyday citizens--believed that God in Nature could resolve human contradictions, and that nature itself confirmed the American destiny. Using diaries and letters of the artists as well as quotes from literary texts, journals, and periodicals, Novak illuminates the range of ideas projected onto the American landscape by painters such as Thomas Cole, Albert Bierstadt, Frederic Edwin Church, Asher B. Durand, Fitz H. Lane, and Martin J. Heade, and writers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, and Frederich Wilhelm von Schelling. Now with a new preface, this spectacular volume captures a vast cultural panorama. It beautifully demonstrates how the idea of nature served, not only as a vehicle for artistic creation, but as its ideal form. "An impressive achievement." --Barbara Rose, The New York Times Book Review "An admirable blend of ambition, elan, and hard research. Not just an art book, it bears on some of the deepest fantasies of American culture as a whole." --Robert Hughes, Time Magazine