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Top Sellers in Art, Photography & Architecture

The Artist's Way

The Artist's Way

by Julia Cameron

The Artist's Way is the seminal book on the subject of creativity. An international bestseller, millions of readers have found it to be an invaluable guide to living the artist's life. Still as vital today-or perhaps even more so-than it was when it was first published one decade ago, it is a powerfully provocative and inspiring work. In a new introduction to the book, Julia Cameron reflects upon the impact of The Artist's Way and describes the work she has done during the last decade and the new... Read more
Living With Art

Living With Art

by Mark Getlein

An easy to read guide for the beginner student or layperson to learn to understand, analyze, and appreciate the world of art.
Ways Of Seeing

Ways Of Seeing

by John Berger

Ways of Seeing was a 1972 BBC television series created chiefly by writer John Berger and producer Mike Dibb, that led to a book of the same name. The series and book criticize traditional Western cultural aesthetics by raising questions about hidden ideologies in visual images. The series is partially a response to Kenneth Clark's Civilisation series, which represents a more traditionalist view of the Western artistic and cultural canon.
The Art Of Bev Doolittle

The Art Of Bev Doolittle

by Bev Doolittle

"Popular printmaker/painter Bev Doolittle employs a visual equivalent of magic realism to capture fleeting dramas in nature: a fox darting from an arrow, an owl's encounter with a beaver, a hare escaping a coyote. Often, key elements, such as horses (her favorite subject) or a grizzly bear, are cleverly camouflaged, adding to the pictorial interest. Yet, notwithstanding this biographical-critical tribute to the California-born artist, her pictures are frequently sentimental, her celebrations of American... Read more
The New Drawing On the Right Side Of the Brain

The New Drawing On the Right Side Of the Brain

by Betty Edwards

When Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain was first published in 1979, it hit the New York Times bestseller list within two weeks and stayed there for more than a year. In 1989, when Dr. Betty Edwards revised the book, it went straight to the Times list again. Now Dr. Edwards celebrates the twentieth anniversary of her classic book with a second revised edition. Over the last decade, Dr. Edwards has refined her material through teaching hundreds of workshops and seminars. Truly The New Drawing on the... Read more
Visual Display Of Quantitative Information, The

Visual Display Of Quantitative Information, The

by Edward R Tufte

Data graphics visually display measured quantities by means of the combined use of points, lines, a coordinate system, numbers, symbols, words, shading, and color. This is a book about the design of statistical graphics and, as such, it is concerned both with design and with statistics. But it is also about how to communicate information through the simultaneous presentation of words, numbers, and pictures.
A Treasury Of American Prints

A Treasury Of American Prints

by Thomas Craven

This book contains reproductions of one hundred of the finest contemporary American etchings and lithographs. The[y]... represent forty-nine of America's greatest living artists - including Benton, Wood, Marsh, Curry, Grosz, Costigan, Cadmus, Beal, Sloan, Sterner... Bacon - in short, every figure of stature representing every school in the current scene... [I]ncisive descriptions give not only critical interpretations of the backgrounds and moods of the pictures, but reveal as well the purposes and... Read more
Brunelleschi's Dome

Brunelleschi's Dome

by Ross King

Ross King was born in Canada in 1962 and completed a PhD in English Literature at York University in Toronto. He is the author of two novels, Domino, soon to be made into a film, and Ex-Libris. He lives near Oxford.
The Story Of Art

The Story Of Art

by E H Gombrich

The Story of Art is an introduction to art, written by E. H. Gombrich. First published in 1950, it is widely regarded both as a seminal work of criticism, and as one of the most accessible introductions to the visual arts. It was originally intended for younger readers. It has sold over seven million copies to become the best selling art book of all time. It is currently in its 16th edition and has been translated into approximately 30 languages.
Non-Designer's Design Book, The

Non-Designer's Design Book, The

by Robin Williams

Includes index.

Previous ed.: 2004.
The Death and Life Of Great American Cities

The Death and Life Of Great American Cities

by Jane Jacobs

Jane Jacobs was born on May 4, 1916, in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Her father was a physician and her mother taught school and worked as a nurse. After high school and a year spent as a reporter on the Scranton Tribune, Jacobs went to New York, where she found a succession of jobs as a stenographer and wrote free-lance articles about the city's many working districts, which fascinated her. In 1952, after a number of writing and editing jobs ranging in subject matter from metallurgy to a geography of the... Read more
History Of Art

History Of Art

by H W Janson

Sotheby's

Sotheby's

by Sotheby's

The Elements Of Color

The Elements Of Color

by Johannes Itten

World Of Art, A

World Of Art, A

by Henry M Sayre

The King's England

The King's England

by Mee Arthur

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Drawing On the Right Side Of the Brain

by Betty Edwards

Betty Edwards is an American art teacher and author, best known for her 1979 book, Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain. She taught and did research at the California State University, Long Beach until she retired in the late '90s. While there, she founded the Center for the Educational Applications of Brain Hemisphere Research.
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The Natural Way To Draw

by Kimon Nicolaides

Great for the beginner and the expert, this book offers readers exercises to improve their work.
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Design Basics

by David a ; Pentak, Stephen Lauer

Includes bibliographical references (p. 291-292) and index.
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Back To Basics

by Reader's Digest Editors

Art, Photography & Architecture Books & Ephemera

The Dynamics Of Architectural Form

The Dynamics Of Architectural Form

by Arnheim, Rudolf

Rudolf Arnheim has been known, since the publication of his groundbreaking Art and Visual Perception in 1974, as an authority on the psychological interpretation of the visual arts. Two anniversary volumes celebrate the landmark anniversaries of his works in 2009. In The Power of the Center , Arnheim uses a wealth of examples to consider the actors that determine the overall organization of visual form in works of painting, sculpture, and architecture. The Dynamics of Architectural Form explores the... Read more
Modern Architecture

Modern Architecture

by Scully, Vincent, Jr

Maxfield Parrish

Maxfield Parrish

by Ludwig, Coy

Norman Rockwell Illustrator

Norman Rockwell Illustrator

by Guptill, Arthur L

Harper\'s Weekly

Harper's Weekly

by Weekly, Harper's