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Sponsored by ARLIS/NA (Art Libraries Society of North America)Lois Swan Jones has updated and expanded the methodology of her 1990 work, Art Information, to reflect the recent explosive growth in electronic resources. In this new work, Jones shows researchers how…

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Written in jargon-free, reader-friendly language, this is one of the first volumes to make art historical theory accessible to those at the introductory level. A review of contemporary theory of art history provides readers with lucid prose and concrete examples.…

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This groundbreaking work explores how children and adults who have been blind since birth can both perceive and draw pictures. John M. Kennedy, a perception psychologist, relates how pictures in raised form can be understood by the blind, and how untrained blind…

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Hailed by her contemporaries as the most popular animal-painter, male or female, of the nineteenth century, the French artist Rosa Bonheur (1822-99) lived to see her name become a household word. In a century that did its best to keep women "in their place,"…

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This book analyzes a wide range of Beardsley's most characteristic work. It establishes his assumptions about the underlying nature of his world, and clarifies why so many observers have considered Beardsley's art indispensable to understanding fin-de-siecle…

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The founder of the Silvermine Guild, a successful teacher, illustrator, and master of ceramic and graphic art, Bernhard Gutmann received serious critical acclaim during his lifetime, and his work was shown in major exhibitions and museums. But since his death in…

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This insider's expose of the collisions between international youth culture and the subterranean worlds of drugs and clubbing was photographed during a two-year odyssey to New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo and London.

Eames Design

by John Neuhart

|October 1, 1989

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Eames Design is the definitive study of the work of the extraordinarily prolific husband-and-wife team whose creative imprint revolutionized the look of postwar American society. Now back in print, this groundbreaking book remains the most complete catalog of…

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In 1524 Lorenzo Lotto (Venice, 1480 - Loreto, 1556), one of the greatest Italian artists of the Renaissance, painted the walls of a small oratory. The building, owned by Battista Suardi, the nobleman who had commissioned the frescoes, was situated in the garden…

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A compendium of 80 ground-breaking products by leading designers, inventors, manufacturers and retailers. They exemplify fantastic, futuristic or radically simple solutions to age-old problems and needs.

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A scholarly survey of Victorian painting in which the author discusses the genre?s development and characteristics, setting it within the context of the time, illustrated with 47 full color plates and 750 black and white plates which reflect the tremendous output…

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This year marks the bicentennial of the birth of Eugene Delacroix (1798-1863), the great French Romantic painter. A pivotal figure in the history of nineteenth-century art, Delacroix stands both at the culmination of the great painterly tradition of Titian,…