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William S Rice

Author: Roberta Rice Treseder
Publisher: SeaStar Books
ISBN: 9780764948039
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William Seltzer Rice (American, 1873–1963) was a young artist of twenty-seven when he stepped off a train in Stockton, California, in 1900; he had left his home in Pennsylvania to take the job of assistant art supervisor for the Stockton public schools. California became not only his lifelong home but also his muse, inspiring a prolific career in art. Rice soon moved to the San Francisco Bay Area, where the region's Arts and Crafts movement was flowering. He was talented in several mediums, but block printing ultimately became his favorite, for it gave him the opportunity to combine draftsmanship, carving, and printing. California's flora, fauna, and landscapes—from the Sierra Nevada to the Pacific—were the subjects that fed his creativity. William S. Rice: California Block Prints is the first book published on the artist's work and presents more than sixty of his color block prints dating from 1910 to 1935. Among the prints featured are scenes from Yosemite, Mt. Shasta, Monterey, Carmel, the San Francisco Bay Area, Lake Tahoe, and other California landmarks. An essay by Roberta Rice Treseder, Rice's daughter, recounts his life and achievements, with special emphasis on his block printing methods and materials.William S. Rice's works are in many private and public collections, including the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Oakland Museum of California, the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, the New York Public Library, and the Worcester Art Museum.

William S Rice

Author: Ellen Treseder Sexauer
Publisher: Pomegranate
ISBN: 9780764964541
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Author Ellen Treseder Sexauer, Rice's granddaughter, presents a synthesis of scholarly and uniquely personal perspectives, examining the artist's development, artistic methods, and private life. Insightful passages from interviews with Roberta Rice Treseder, Rice's daughter, and illuminating excerpts from Rice's own published articles and books provide an intimate portrait of Rice as artist, naturalist, teacher, writer, and father.

William Morris Designs

Author: William Morris
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486997332
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Contains 291 royalty-free images of decorative letters, elaborate floral borders and frames, samples of body type, and delicate woodcut illustrations saved in high-resolution TIFF and Internet-ready JPEG formats.

Gustave Baumann

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ISBN: 9780890132517
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Baumann's stunning woodcut prints of the great landscapes of the Southwest, the Pacific Coast, Grand Canyon and scenes of the artist colony days in Santa Fe are awash in brilliant hand-ground pigments that are delicately rugged and both personal and mystic. As these colours woodcuts attest, Baumann was a remarkable artist and craftsman.

Antler Bear Canoe

Author: Betsy Bowen
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780618208647
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Introduces the letters of the alphabet in woodcut illustrations and brief text depicting the changing seasons in the northern woods.

Walter J Phillips

Author: Nancy E. Green
Publisher: Pomegranate
ISBN: 9780764966040
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Walter J. Phillips was already a critically acclaimed watercolourist by the time he immigrated to Winnipeg, Canada, in 1913. Once in Canada, he took up engraving but found that he disliked "the cold unresponsive nature of metal . . . and the dirtiness of printing inks." So he moved on to woodblock printing, the medium for which he would gain worldwide recognition. Phillips's success as a printmaker was due to his extraordinary perspective, uncompromising design, masterful craftsmanship and use of dramatic silhouettes and luminous colour. Additionally, he loved the medium, writing, "no black is so rich and 'fat' as the black in a wood-cut, and no white is so pure. For graphic boldness, directness and simplicity the wood-cut is supreme." During Phillips's fifty-year career, his artwork was exhibited throughout North America and Britain; he also was a prolific book illustrator and taught art at the Banff Centre and the Institute of Technology and Art in Calgary. In this monograph, Phillips's place in the forefront of the Arts and Crafts movement in North America is explored in detail by noted period scholar Nancy E. Green, while essays by two of the artist's family members provide unique perspectives on Phillips's life and work. In addition, quotes by the artist concerning his work accompany many of the reproductions.

Guns Germs And Steel The Fates Of Human Societies

Author: Jared Diamond
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393609294
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"Fascinating.... Lays a foundation for understanding human history."—Bill Gates In this "artful, informative, and delightful" (William H. McNeill, New York Review of Books) book, Jared Diamond convincingly argues that geographical and environmental factors shaped the modern world. Societies that had had a head start in food production advanced beyond the hunter-gatherer stage, and then developed religion --as well as nasty germs and potent weapons of war --and adventured on sea and land to conquer and decimate preliterate cultures. A major advance in our understanding of human societies, Guns, Germs, and Steel chronicles the way that the modern world came to be and stunningly dismantles racially based theories of human history. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, the Phi Beta Kappa Award in Science, the Rhone-Poulenc Prize, and the Commonwealth club of California's Gold Medal.

Colors Of The West

Author: Molly Hashimoto
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ISBN: 9781680510973
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"Putting a brush in the hands of new artists, young and old, heightens their awareness of the power and beauty of nature." - Molly Hashimoto Learn to observe, sketch, and paint nature from an award-winning outdoor artist and art teacher - Explains how to "see" color depending on time of day, season, atmosphere, and more - More than 170 illustrations, featuring iconic national parks - Improve your nature painting skills or learn a fun new hobby you can do outdoors Colors of the West explores wild places through the lens of watercolor "en plein air" painting, a French term meaning literally "in the open air." Steeped in the natural world, award-winning artist Molly Hashimoto has sketched in the outdoors and worked as a plein air artist and teacher for more than 20 years. In that time she has filled more than 40 sketchbooks with landscapes, vignettes, studies of flora and fauna, and natural history notes--all created while visiting some of the West's most stunning landscapes. This new book is organized by color, a unique approach to teaching both intermediate and budding artists how to really see color in the outdoor spaces around them, and then apply it to journals, other art projects, or simply beautiful memories. The average person can see 17,000 colors (!), so Molly explains the concept of palette, that is the range of colors that unites elements of geography, geology, and the different kinds of light created by atmosphere, season, and latitude. Molly's own hand‐drawn sketches and paintings of familiar Western landscapes help convey these colors, along with sidebars and insets on individual species (trees, birds, mammals, and other flora and fauna) and historical notes related to the park or site she has sketched. Tips and techniques for outdoor journaling and painting are included throughout. From the green hues found on Cascade Head on the Oregon Coast and in Yellowstone's quaking aspens, to the reds that highlight the rocks in Arches National Park and the Redwoods of California, readers and artists of all levels will learn a new appreciation for the colors of the West--and how the details of natural beauty can be revealed when we stop, observe, and pay attention to the outdoor world.

Workspheres

Author: Paola Antonelli
Publisher: The Museum of Modern Art
ISBN: 9780870700132
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In the past, work has shaped the way we live. In the near future, the way we live may shape the way we work. Workspherescreatively confronts the design demands of the ever-evolving contemporary work environment. Featuring design products, prototypes, and models, and part of a groundbreaking 2001 exhibition held at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, this exciting book introduces work concepts originated by internationally recognized designers who address the unique needs of specific work scenarios, including the nomadic office of a business traveler; the domestic office; the virtual office; and more traditional offices in settings configured for group interaction. Featuring projects commissioned especially for Workspheresby such avant-garde brainstormers as LOT/EK, Digital Image Design, and Hella Jongerius, interviews with designers extraordinaire Bruce Mau, Michael Brill, and Francis Duffy, and more pictures of chairs, cubicles, and desks that you've ever imagined, even in your most compulsive catalogue fantasies, Workspheresis the ultimate consideration of contemporary work space.