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Mente - mano - mirada: análisis de la forma y el espacio

Eduardo Zamarro Flores

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Este manual está dedicado a todas aquellas personas que se aproximan, sin formación previa, al dibujo de espacios y formas. Está basado en la experiencia de la enseñanza a alumnos con un conocimiento básico o inexistente. En él se analizan los elementos que se deben conocer sobre percepción, perspectiva y geometría aplicados al dibujo a mano alzada. Con estas herramientas es posible alcanzar un buen nivel independientemente del punto de partida.

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El libro pretende introducir al lector en los conceptos y medidas de color, desde una perspectiva científica e histórica. El objetivo es reflexionar sobre el futuro del color y presenta los nuevos avances adaptados a las nuevas legislaciones ambientales y laborales, a los nuevos materiales y a los nuevos procesos del color.

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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, (24 November 1864 – 9 September 1901) was a French, post-impressionist painter, famous for his paintings and prints of actors, dancers and prostitutes in the Montmartre area of Paris. Despite his noble origins, he painted scenes which shocked the “polite society” in Paris. In his short career, he had an impressive output, creating around 1,000 paintings, more than 350 posters and over 5,000 drawings.

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With text by the great Bohemian poet Rainer Maria Rilke and a wealth of beautiful images, this book explores the creative power of one of history’s greatest sculptors. Perfect Square Rodin features the best-known masterpieces of this genius of bronze and marble, who immortalised his revolutionary approach to sculptural subjects and the human body in figures that seem ready to come to life.

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Born in 1887, Georgia O’Keeffe is one of the great figures in the history of the emancipation of modern art from its American essence. At a time when women were primarily wives and mothers, O’Keefe defied convention when she became first the companion, then the wife, of the famous photographer and father of American modern art, Alfred Stieglitz. Georgia O’Keeffe is known above all for her complex visual descriptions of nature: the delicacy of an autumn leaf, the subtle nuances of a flower petal, or the symmetry of an animal’s head. Today, we associate her name ...

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"“Father Pissarro”, as his friends liked to call him, was the most restrained of the artists of the Impressionist movement. Perhaps it was his age, being older than his fellow artists Monet, Sisley, Bazille, and Renoir, or rather his maturity, which resulted in his works having such serene and sober subjects and compositions.

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Egon Schiele (1890–1918) is one of the great Expressionist painters. He was taught by Gustav Klimt and, at a very early age, like his Viennese Secession predecessors, broke with the traditions of official Austrian art. His numerous self-portraits and nude models remained consistent throughout his career and reflected his erotic, sensual and tormented vision of art. This title presents a biography of the artist and a commentary that enable us to learn about his controversial works.

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Lacan, the last owner of Courbet's The Origin of the World, loved the painting

so much that he couldn't even bring himself to look at it. Instead, he hid it

behind a "safer" painting.



The Chinese called it the "valley of the roses" (watch out for the thorns!),

the Persians, the "honey-pot" (watch out for the bees!), and the Greeks, "the

mound of Venus" (mind the steep climb!); to each era its fantasies and its

theories about the feminine mystique. Then there are the testimonies of poets,

painters, and even of some famous psychiatrists. The Origin of the ...

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Si, selon l'expression connue, vous êtes ce que vous mangez, alors Giuseppe
Arcimboldo (1527-1593) fut le peintre parfait de l'âme humaine. Cet artiste
était un dessinateur de talent. Dans cet ouvrage fascinant, Liana de Girolami
Cheney se penche sur la critique historique du travail d'Arcimboldo, à partir
des débuts de son succès et de l'obscurité tragique qui entoure sa mort,
jusqu'à la redécouverte de son travail, en particulier par les surréalistes
des années 1920.

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À partir de la création de son premier atelier à l'âge de seize ans, sir
Anthony van Dyck (1599-1641) devint célèbre dans le monde de l'art. Rubens,
son professeur lorsqu'il était enfant, disait de lui qu'il était son élève le
plus talentueux. Il confirma cette remarque par une carrière d'artiste de cour
en Angleterre et en Espagne. De nos jours, il est reconnu comme peintre de
portraits, capturant l'élégance et la beauté opulente de la vie des cours
européennes au XVIIe siècle. Dans cette présentation fascinante de la longue
carrière de Van Dyck, Natalia ...

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Der Psychoanalytiker Jacques Lacan war nicht nur letzter Besitzer von Courbets
Der Ursprung der Welt, sondern war sich auch dessen anzüglichem Inhalt
bewusst. Und so tat der Liebhaber erotischer Kunst es seinen Vorbesitzern
gleich und verhüllte beziehungsweise versteckte das Bild hinter einem „weniger
obszönen" Kunstwerk.


Die Genealogie des weiblichen Geschlechts ist lang und jedes Zeitalter hatte
seine ganz eigene, die Fantasie anregende Bezeichnung: Die Chinesen nannten es
„Tal der Rosen" (Vorsicht mit den Dornen!), die Perser „Honigtopf" (Nimm dich
in Acht vor den Bienen!) und die Griechen „Venushügel" (Beachte den steilen
Aufstieg!). Und so hinterlassen uns Dichter, Maler und sogar ...

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August Macke (1887-1914) was a master of German Expressionism, a movement

which sprang up in the early 1900s with the intent to forego physical reality

in search of its emotional counterpart, with a particular emphasis on

expressing dark moods of tragedy and angst. Macke was a master of color and

form, producing eye-catching canvases that evoke a strong sympathetic reaction

in the viewer. He was equally at home portraying the sun drenched streets of

Tunisia, the cloudy sky around the Bonn cathedral, and the faceless multitude

of a crowded railway station. In this compelling text, Walter Cohen examines

the brief ...

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