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A History Of Pictures



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  • SKU: A FR925675

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  • Weight: 0.5 kg

  • Pkg dimensions:12*8*3 in

  • Material: Paper

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Author:David Hockne 
Category:ArtArt HistoryArt History-Arh 
Publisher: Thames && Hudson Uk 
ISBN: 9780500094235 
Pages: 368

Another, smaller release of David Hockney and Martin Gayford's splendidly unique book, with an amended last section and three totally new Hockney works of art I won t read an additionally intriguing book all year ... completely intriguing - A Wilson, The Sunday Times Informed and empowered by a lifetime of painting, drawing and making pictures with cameras, David Hockney, as a team with the craftsmanship pundit Martin Gayford, investigates how and why pictures have been made over the centuries. What makes blemishes on a level surface intriguing? How would you show development in a despite everything picture, and how, then again, do movies and TV associate with old bosses? Comparing a rich assortment of pictures – a still from a Disney animation with a Japanese woodblock print by Hiroshige, a scene from an Eisenstein film with a Velázquez painting – the creators cross the typical limits between high culture and well known diversion, and make startling associations across time and media. Expanding on Hockney's notable book Secret Knowledge, they contend that film, photography, painting and drawing are profoundly interconnected. Smart and interesting, A History of Pictures is a significant commitment to our valuation for how we speak to our existence. This new version has a reconsidered last part with a portion of Hockney's most recent works, remembering the recolored glass window for Westminster Abbey. Chapter by chapter list 1. Pictures, Art and History 2. Pictures and Reality 3. Making Marks 4. Shadows 5. Imagining Space and Time 6. Brunelleschi's Window and Alberti's Mirror 7. Mirrors and Reflections 8. Paper, Paint and Multiplying Pictures 9. Painting the Stage and Staging Paintings 10. Caravaggio and the Academy of the Lynx-Eyed 11. Vermeer and Rembrandt: the Hand, the Lens and the Heart 12. Truth and Beauty in the Age of Reason 13. The Camera Before and After 1839 14. Photography, Truth and Painting 15. Painting with and without Photography 16. Depictions and Moving Pictures 17. Motion pictures and Stills 18. The Unending History of Pictures

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A History Of Pictures


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04:30 Sep 14, 2020

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