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The Illustrated Encyclopedia Of Tartan: A Complete History And Visual Guide To Over 400 Famous…

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This visual guide provides a detailed insight into the origins and history of tartan, and a comprehensive and informative directory of all the major tartans, both ancient and modern.
A Chronology Of Art

|This title releases February 6, 2018

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Most surveys of the history of art are divided into historic periods, artistic schools, and movements. In reality, movements and artists’ careers overlap and intertwine, reacting to events in the world around them. By prioritizing a purely chronological…
Angels & Fairies

|April 25, 2017


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Whether inspired by Classical legend, traditional tales or simply their own imagination, countless artists have been captivated by these heavenly and mythological creatures. "Angels and Fairies" is a beautiful reference book that takes a look at some of the art…
Art: The Definitive Visual Guide

|October 20, 2008

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Within each time period, provides examples of significant works in painting, sculpture, drawing and other media. Highlights themes that were important at various times such as nudes, landscape, still life, and love. Includes brief biographies of some artists and…
Pirates Facts, Figures & Fun

|April 1, 2007


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With the blockbuster popularity of Pirates of the Caribbean, it seems everyone today is fascinated by these high sea bandits! So give a big yo-ho-ho and plunge into this enjoyable study of piracy from the ancient world to the present day—especially the…
Fairy Art

|September 1, 2011

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The Victorian era saw a flowering of fairy paintings as British artists in particular rejected the classical and ancient Greek subjects in favour of a deeper, closer source of inspiration in the countryside, the hedgerows and the meadows of the nineteenth-century…