Illusion in Art
Marie Louise d'Otrange Mastai A été écrit sous une forme ou une autre pendant la plus grande partie de sa vie. Vous pouvez trouver autant d'inspiration de Illusion in Art Aussi informatif et amusant. Cliquez sur le bouton TÉLÉCHARGER ou Lire en ligne pour obtenir gratuitement le livre de titre $ gratuitement.
Trompe L oeil Sea and Sky
Sky and sea are the trompe l'oeil painter's favorite motifs for contemporary interiors. In this idea-filled, colorful guide, Ursula E. and Martin Benad provide a hands-on and easy-to-follow introduction to the art of painting clouds, waves, and seascapes. With a profusion of examples, patterns, suggestions, and professional tips, they address the essentials of working in large or small formats, on walls and ceilings, including advice on: * Sky and ocean in perspective * Special light situations, including evening and night skies * Cloud formations * Step-by-step surf * Transparency and reflection of water * Underwater worlds * Still lifes, including trees, flowers, birds, and shells Key subjects covered include how to paint on walls and ceilings; motifs from different regions of the world (e.g. dream beaches in the Caribbean, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Thailand, Brittany, etc.); different weather and atmosphere conditions; times of day (morning, noon, dusk, evening); and accessories for the foreground (e.g. birds). An ideal reference for architects, interior designers, trompe l'oeil painters and their clients alike. Ursula E. Benad and her husband, Martin Benad, run the Color Concept studio for creative use of color and wall decoration in Munich. They are the authors, most recently, of Trompe L'Oeil Today. Ursula and Martin Benad are the authors of Trompe L'Oeil Today and other books. They run a decorative painting and interior design studio and live in Munich.
Trompe L oeil
During a vacation in Rome, the Murphy family experiences a life-altering tragedy. In the immediate aftermath, James, Nora, and their children find solace in their Massachusetts coast home, but as the years pass the weight of the loss disintegrates the increasingly fragile marriage and leaves its mark on each family member.Trompe l’Oeil seamlessly alternates among several characters’ points of view, capturing the details of their daily lives as well as their longing for connection and fear of abandonment. Through the turbulence of marriage, the challenges of parenthood, job upheavals, and calamities large and small,Trompe l’Oeil examines family legacies, the ways those legacies persist, and the ways they might be transcended. Nancy Reisman is a master of psychological acuity, creating characters who are wholly unique and yet express our own longings and anxieties.Trompe l’Oeil haunts not only with its story but also with the beauty of its insight into hopes, desires, and fears.
A trick of the eye
From its eye-popping cover to the last page, this collection of optical illusion, hyper-realism, and visual puns is a fun and fascinating exploration of five centuries of trompe l'oeil painting. Each of the forty paintings in this book is presented twice--a first glimpse of the painting captures one reality, and then a subsequent view reveals the visual deception within. In this way readers are introduced to some of the tricks artists have skillfully and playfully deployed over the years to manipulate spatial perception. "A Trick of the Eye includes examples of "trompe l'oeil from Renaissance masters such as van Eyck and Veronese to modern works by Rene Magritte and Duane Hanson, among many others. Engaging texts describe each work, but the real magic is in the illustrations, which offer an intriguing visual experience.
An Anthropological Trompe L Oeil for a Common World
Our political age is characterized by forms of description as 'big' as the world itself: talk of 'public knowledge' and 'public goods,' 'the commons' or 'global justice' create an exigency for modes of governance that leave little room for smallness itself. Rather than question the politics of adjudication between the big and the small, this book inquires instead into the cultural epistemology fueling the aggrandizement and miniaturization of description itself. Incorporating analytical frameworks from science studies, ethnography, and political and economic theory, this book charts an itinerary for an internal anthropology of theorizing. It suggests that many of the effects that social theory uses today to produce insights are the legacy of baroque epistemological tricks. In particular, the book undertakes its own trompe l'oeil as it places description at perpendicular angles to emerging forms of global public knowledge. The aesthetic 'trap' of the trompe l'oeil aims to capture knowledge, for only when knowledge is captured can it be properly released.
The Art of Trompe L oeil Murals
A muralist to the celebrities shares step-by-step illustrations of the various stages of transforming a room through mural art, demonstrating how to create lush and sophisticated murals using simple elements and accessible materials.
Dans l il du miroir
Pourquoi, dans la Grèce ancienne, les hommes refusaient-ils de se regarder dans un miroir ? Et pourquoi en réservaient-ils l'usage aux femmes ? À partir d'un très riche matériau littéraire et artistique, Jean-Pierre Vernant et Françoise Frontisi-Ducroux montrent comment les Grecs se voyaient et comment ils voyaient leurs femmes, dégageant les premiers fondements de la représentation de soi. S'inscrivant dans l'histoire de l'imaginaire social, Dans l'œil du miroir nous invite à une promenade en Grèce ancienne qui nous éclaire, par la modernité de ses thèmes, sur ce que nous sommes et ne sommes plus, autrement dit, sur nous-mêmes et l'auteur.
Trompe l il
Philippe Romanski A été écrit sous une forme ou une autre pendant la plus grande partie de sa vie. Vous pouvez trouver autant d'inspiration de Trompe l il Aussi informatif et amusant. Cliquez sur le bouton TÉLÉCHARGER ou Lire en ligne pour obtenir gratuitement le livre de titre $ gratuitement.
Creating Grand Illusions
"Creating Grand Illusions also looks at trompe l'oeil in the garden and outdoor area, as well as Peta's commissions for restaurants and other commercial spaces. Several chapters focus on painted artefacts, objects d'art and rugs, and mixing the real with the unreal with fruits and flowers. Peta discuss the importance of paint effects, including a how-to-guide to easy ivy, cracks, flaux ageing, woodgraining, marbling and many more techniques."--BOOK JACKET.
Disguise Deception Trompe l oeil
The essays in "Disguise, Deception, Trompe-l'oeil: Interdisciplinary Perspectives" investigate the subject of deception and falsehood from various perspectives. Classical, modernist and postmodern texts and art forms, both visual and performative, are examined in frames of reference that range from aesthetics and literary theory to cognitive science. In some cases, deception and falsehood are seen to have positive connotations, and, in other cases, their negative dimensions are highlighted. The complexity of these terms and their relationship with truth and truthfulness are put on display by the contributors to this volume.