Printed Images in Early Modern Britain:Essays in Interpretation
Printed Images in Early Modern Britain:Essays in Interpretation
Animal Insights provides a system where you can focus on two different animals each week for a year in order to consider how to incorporate the insights from these animals into your life. It is a follow-up guide to The Best Words from A-Z, where you gain some insights from your two positive words for that week. You can use the two books together. However, unlike thinking about the words from A-Z, you will cut and mix up the ´´Animal Cards´´, which are printed four to a page. Remove the cards for the animals you have the least affinity for, so you end up with 104 cards. Mix up the cards, and draw two each week. Once you select your two ´´Animal Cards´´ for the week, think about them in various ways. You can focus on both animals, and imagine how they might work together. You might think about one animal in the morning and one at night. Or think of one animal for three days, the other for the next three days, and both on the seventh day. Or on this last day, reflect on your insights from thinking about these animals for the past week. The animals selected for Animal Insights come from a list of common animals that are well-known - from crustaceans, insects, and fish to reptiles, birds, and mammals. If the animal has many species, such as a dog or cat, there is a photo with several breeds, and you can think any species or breed you choose. One reason that thinking about these different animals can be so powerful is that each one has developed certain qualities that make it successful. Likewise, you can draw on these qualities for success in your life, and some of these qualities may suggest changes you can make for more success. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Rene Coston. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/116863/bk_acx0_116863_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Tastemakers from the fashion and design spheres continue to cite Slim Aarons´ as the true original in field of aspirational lifestyle photography. Famous for capturing ´´attractive people, doing attractive things, in attractive places,´´ Slim´s photos from decades past would look right at home on Instagram today. With the Great Escapes journal-which boasts a cloth cover, ribbon marker, and photographs printed throughout-anyone can claim a piece of this rarified world. It is just the thing to bring on vacation or display stylishly on your desk.
Photos of the Gods:The Printed Image and Political Struggle in India Christopher Pinney
Token box L with high quality image of Knight Fighting Dragon printed of UV printers.Perfect accessory to help players keep playing area in order and improve the game itself.Four separate compartments. Easy to assemble and fits practically all kind of games boxes. Doesnt require gluing.
Albers in Mexico reveals the profound link between the magnificent art and architecture of ancient Mesoamerica and Albers´s abstract works on canvas and paper. ´Mexico is truly the promised land of abstract art´, Josef Albers once wrote to Vassily Kandinsky. Albers in Mexico reveals the profound link between the magnificent art and architecture of ancient Mesoamerica and Albers´s abstract works on canvas and paper. With his wife, the artist Anni Albers, he visited Mexico and other Latin American countries more than a dozen times from 1935 to 1968, where he toured pre-Columbian archeological sites and monuments. On each visit, Albers took blackand- white photographs of the pyramids, shrines, sanctuaries and landscapes in and around these ancient sites, often grouping multiple images printed at various scales onto 8 x 10 inch sheets. The result was nearly 200 photo-collages that illustrate formal characteristics of the pre-Columbian aesthetic. Albers in Mexico brings together rarely exhibited photographs, photo-collages, prints and significant paintings from the Homage to the Square and Variants/Adobe series from the Guggenheim Museum collection and the Anni and Josef Albers Foundation. This catalogue includes two scholarly essays, Albers´s poetry from the period and an illustrated map, as well as rich colour reproductions of paintings and works on paper.
From the creator of the worldwide bestsellers Secret Garden and Lost Ocean, a beautiful new adult coloring book, printed on ivory paper and featuring delicate tangles of holly and ivy, bauble-laden Christmas trees, and mountains of exquisitely wrapped gifts. From flurries of delicate snowflakes to deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and reindeer-led sleighs, Johanna´s Christmas is a celebration of this wonderful holiday season that invites you to pick up your pens and pencils to color, complete, or embellish each of the festive artworks. Each of the 37 images in this book is printed single-sided on perforated paper, so you can color and remove the images-the perfect frameable holiday gift! Now printed on specially selected ivory paper. This paper has been specifically created for Johanna Basford´s coloring books. It has a medium tooth which is perfect for creating beautiful colored pencil effects or chalk pastel backgrounds but also wonderful for pens, which will glide effortlessly over its surface.
Before the widespread development of modern interior decoration, builders and homeowners often relied on commercially available stencils to decorate ceilings and walls of houses and other structures. This volume reproduces two rare catalogs of such stencils, manufactured ca. 1918 and ca. 1920 by H. Roessing of Chicago.Over 2,200 stencil designs include an enormous variety of attractive and boldly printed images: ornamental borders, corners and frames with intricate floral and foliate patterns, architectural ornaments and design elements, religious symbols and figures, numerous animals (horses, lions, birds, etc.), mosaics, landscapes, and much more.Meticulously reprinted from original catalogs in the collection of The Athenaeum of Philadelphia, these masterfully executed designs are an important source of copyright-free material invaluable for artists, illustrators, and craftspeople working with textiles, wallpaper, and other decorative products. Moreover, these ornamental motifs provide an invaluable record of American decorative tastes in the early years of the twentieth century.Dover co-publication (1991) with The Athenaeum of Philadelphia of two catalogs of ´´Excelsior´´ Fresco-Stencils manufactured by H. Roessing, Chicago, ca. 1918 and ca. 1920.