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CLAUDE MONET: A FLOATING WORLD

Written by Dieter Buchhart
More than any other artist, Claude Monet represents Impressionist painting. This volume illustrates Monet?s career from Realism via Impressionism to a form of painting in which the colours and light gradually become detached from the object.
February 15, 2019 | Hardcover | Hirmer Verlag GmbH |
$45.00
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JACOB LAWRENCE: LINES OF INFLUENCE

Written by Storm Janse van Rensburg
Jacob Lawrence (1917-2000) is among the most distinguished twentieth-century American painters, widely known for his modernist depictions of everyday life, as well as the inventive narrative technique he employed to address African American history.
June 15, 2019 | Hardcover | Scheidegger and Spiess | 224 Pages |
$59.00
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COSMOS: THE ART AND SCIENCE OF THE UNIVERSE

Written by Pasachoff, Jay M
Since time immemorial, the nocturnal skies have mesmerized us, and heavenly bodies have inspired the imaginations of artists, poets, and scientists. Featuring paintings, sculpture, drawings, watercolors, prints, as well as plates from books, celestial diagrams, and astronomical photography, this book showcases the superstars of the firmament and the universe beyond in sumptuous illustrations.
June 15, 2019 | Hardcover | Reaktion Books | 320 Pages |
$49.95
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ILLUMINATED PARIS: ESSAYS ON ART AND LIGHTING IN THE BELLE ÉPOQUE

Written by Clayson, Hollis
The City of Light. For many, these four words instantly conjure late nineteenth-century Paris and the garish colors of Toulouse-Lautrec's iconic posters. More recently, the Eiffel Tower's nightly show of sparkling electric lights has come to exemplify our fantasies of Parisian nightlife.
May 16, 2019 | Hardcover | University of Chicago Press |
$55.00

OPENINGS: A MEMOIR FROM THE WOMEN'S ART MOVEMENT, NEW YORK CITY 1970-1992

Written by Moore, Sabra
This intricate memoir of New York City's women's art movement features 950 photographs and artworks that pushed the era's social change.
October 25, 2016 | Paperback | New Village Press |
$34.95

MOUNTAIN LAKE SYMPOSIUM AND WORKSHOP: ART IN LOCALE

Contemporary art, interdisciplinary research, traditional Appalachian culture, and advanced technology converge in The Mountain Lake Symposium and Workshop: Artists in Locale. Published to coincide with the exhibition of the same name, the book showcases the collaborative creative works that emerged from the Mountain Lake Symposium, a decade-long theoretical art criticism conference foun
October 1, 2018 | Hardcover |
$49.95
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PAUL KLEE: MUSIC AND THEATRE IN LIFE AND WORK

Written by Christine Hopfengart
Catalog of exhibition, February 23-May 12, 2018, Gallerie Thomas, Munich, Germany.
March 9, 2019 | Hardcover | Wienand Verlag | 288 Pages |
$59.95
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VAN DONGEN & LE BATEAU-LAVOIR

Written by Ooms, Saskia
The Montmartre Museum dedicates an exhibition to the painter Kees Van Dongen until August 26, 2018. Leader of the fauvist movement, it is at Bateau-Lavoir, surrounded by other artists that he created his style in the early twentieth century . 70 paintings by the master are to be discovered at the Paris museum.
March 1, 2019 | Hardcover | Somogy Art Publishing | 152 Pages |
$27.95
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REFRAMING JORDAENS: PICTOR DOCTUS - TECHNIKEN - WERKSTATTPRAXIS

Written by Justus Lange
Surprisingly, until recently, the Flemish painter Jacob Jordaens was still overshadowed by Peter Paul Rubens in scientific debate--only recognized after the 19th century's influx of discourse on painter princes. However, Jordaens was the head of a significant workshop and had a major influence on the Antwerp art market for forty years after Rubens' death.
April 1, 2019 | Hardcover | Michael Imhof Verlag | 336 Pages |
$57.95

ISAMU NOGUCHI'S MODERNISM: NEGOTIATING RACE, LABOR, AND NATION, 1930-1950

Written by Lyford, Amy
Exploring the complex interweaving of race, national identity, and the practice of sculpture, Amy Lyford takes us through a close examination of the early US career of the Japanese American sculptor Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988). The years between 1930 and 1950 were perhaps some of the most fertile of Noguchi's career.
March 2, 2018 | Paperback | University of California Press | 294 Pages |
$34.95

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