Study & Teaching Arts & Photography Reference Books

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  • Mexican Blackletter

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    Photographic essay that examines the popularity of this letterform in Mexico.
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  • Cézanne and The Eternal Feminine

    Painted in 1878, Cézanne's The Eternal Feminine, has been known by a variety of titles and, as Wayne Andersen discovered, has also been altered. Andersen traced these alterations to an art dealer who made them in an effort to render the painting more marketable. His study focuses on the significance of the original state of The Eternal Feminine in an effort to resolve its mysterious importance to Cézanne and, more broadly, the history of art.
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  • Advertising and the European City (Historical Urban Studies)

    Advertising and the European City (Historical Urban Studies)

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    Historians are only just beginning to replace outmoded theories of advertising manipulation with more sophisticated cultural explanations of the ways consumers filter and select messages. The contributors to this volume find the origins and trace the development of this new world of perception in modern city: London and Paris, the forerunners, and the cities and larger towns of France, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands, where advertising created new urban perceptions, leading to new avenues of consumption and altered lifestyles. Advertising is viewed in the volume as a new way of perceiving and organizing the world of the city-dweller, a visual culture, a way of attaching meaning to things and to words, or rearranging the mental map of modern life.
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  • Smoke Signals: 100 Years of Tobacco Advertising (Popular culture)

    Smoke Signals: 100 Years of Tobacco Advertising (Popular culture)

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    This is the intriguing story of tobacco advertising—from the beginning of the 20th century to the final years when tobacco companies were forced to stop advertising and look for alternative ways of promoting their products. A complete history, this compendium shows how tobacco companies have battled fiercely to reach new markets, rejected claims of a link between tobacco and fatal illnesses, and finally fought against the implementation of advertising restrictions. The inclusion of more than eighty bold advertisements reflect the social and cultural changes seen in these turbulent years and show the fascinating development of 20th-century tobacco advertising.
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  • The Cigarette Papers: A Eulogy for the Cigarette Packet in Anecdote and Literature

    The Cigarette Papers: A Eulogy for the Cigarette Packet in Anecdote and Literature

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    A seagull swoops across a packet of Senior Service, a seaman from HMS Hero poses in a lifebelt cameo on twenty Player's, a laughing cavalier puffs away at a Passing Cloud. And a Jeeves-style butler offers us a Kensitas on a silver tray. Welcome to the vanished world of cigarette pack art. Peter Ashley has delved into his own and other collections of packs to show us what an incredible art gallery of design they once offered, and creates a series of still lifes to show how much a part of daily life they were - Gold Flakes on a picnic, Park Drive on a workbench. He finds the stories to go with them too: the influence of Du Mauriers on a crooked tycoon, the Battle of Britain pilots throwing packets of Weights after free-falling Messerschmitts. And of course the packets dropped into literature: Ian Fleming, Len Deighton, John Betjeman, Will Self - all have contributed to cigarette culture without disapproving shakes of the head. The Cigarette Papers is a joyful, witty and ultimately beautiful recollection of old friends who will probably never be seen again.
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  • How to Read a Play

    How to Read a Play

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    How to Read a Play is an introductory guide to the art of translating the printed page of a play or screenplay into dramatic mental images; it has been a classic among actors, directors, and writers for the past twenty years. Now fully updated and revised, the book devotes a chapter exclusively to screenplays, noting the intrinsic differences between a screenplay and a playscript and thus bringing this invaluable classic up to date.
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  • Cézanne

    Cézanne

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    In this authoritative and up-to-date study of the painter widely regarded as the father of modern art, Richard Verdi traces the evolution of Cezanne's landscape, still-life and figure compositions, from the turbulently romantic creations of his youth to the visionary masterpieces of his final years. The background of the painter's fluctuating reputation and strained relations with his parents, wife, and close friend Emile Zola, is vividly evoked using excerpts from his own letters and from contemporary accounts of the artist. Concerned both to master the themes of the past, through his copying sessions in Louvre, and to explore the eternal qualities of nature in the countryside of his native Provence, Cezanne sought "to make of Impressionism something solid and durable, like the art of the museums." "In the tradition of Roger Fry." --The New York Review of Books. 182 illus., 33 in color.
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