This is a carefully curated collection of 60 vintage paintings of still life. Some are bouquets of flowers in various vases, others are a combination of flowers and fruit, and there are a few still life scenes of food stuffs. Manet, Monet, Renoir, some artists you might be familiar with have works in this book, but there are other masters also here, that I never heard of before. All of these paintings are in the public domain.
This is a carefully curated collection of 60 vintage paintings of still life. Some are bouquets of flowers in various vases, others are a combination of flowers and fruit, and there are a few still life scenes of food stuffs. Manet, Monet, Renoir, some artists you might be familiar with
Authors: Varvara Harmon, Janice Robertson, Elizabeth Mayville, Tracy Meola
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-04-15 - Publisher: Walter Foster Publishing
Designed for beginners and intermediate artists, The Art of Painting Still Life in Acrylic offers valuable drawing and painting techniques, as well as inspirational artwork that's sure to motivate artists of all skill levels.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-04-28 - Publisher: Chronicle Books
A Good Meal Is Hard to Find is more than just a cookbook: it's a love letter to the women and food of the Deep South. With charming narratives, visual storytelling, and delectable recipes, A Good Meal Is Hard to Find is everything you've ever wanted in a Southern cookbook.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-03-02 - Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Explores the 'still life spirit' in modern painting, prose, dance, sculpture and poetryChallenges the conventional positioning of still life a 'minor' genre in art historyProposes a radical alternative to narratives of modernism that privilege speed and motion by revealing forms of stillness and still life at the heart of modern
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-08-11 - Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
This book explores the ways in which English writer A. S. Byatt’s visual still lifes (descriptions of real or imagined artworks) and what are termed “verbal still lifes” (scenes such as laid tables, rooms and market stalls) are informed by her veneration of both realism and writing. It examines Byatt’s