Art Applied to Industry:A Series of Lectures (Classic Reprint) William Burges
Applied Drama through Narratives: Nazli M. Ümit
Communicating Development through Applied Theatre:Case Study of a Community Theatre Project in South Africa Kennedy Chinyowa
Applied Design for Printers:A Handbook of the Principles of Arrangement, With Brief Comment on the Periods of Design Which Have Most Strongly Influenced Printing (Classic Reprint) Harry Lawrence Gage
Accompanying a major retrospective of Anders Zorn´s work, this is the first volume in English to explore the Swedish Impressionist´s entire career in depth. Anders Zorn (1860-1920) is one of Sweden´s most accomplished and beloved artists. Renowned for his light, expressive watercolors, he attained mastery of the genre at an early age and later applied his techniques to oil painting. Zorn is often compared with the artists John Singer Sargent and Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida, contemporaries who also were known for their portraits of high-society figures. Taking up residence in London and then in Paris, Zorn established himself as an international portrait painter, depicting fashionable clients in a style both elegant and relaxed. He became a favorite among wealthy American collectors, bankers, and industrialists who sat for him, including art collector Isabella Stewart Gardner and three U.S. presidents. Although perhaps best known for his portraits, Zorn brought equal skill to painting genre scenes and views of nature. This handsome volume provides a thorough introduction to the artist and his works, from portraiture to landscapes and his famous nudes. Four illustrated essays are accompanied by a chronology, selected bibliography, an exhibition checklist, and an index.
Applied Strict Counterpoint (Classic Reprint): C. H. Kitson
Photography Applied to the Microscope (Classic Reprint): F. W. Mills