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Guitar Method Grade 4 : Expanded Edition by Mel Bay Publications Inc.From $4.75
A comprehensive text filled with solos, technique and scale studies, duets and chord etudes designed to develop familiarity and skill playing in the higher positions on the guitar fingerboard. Fourth position is studied utilising the keys of E, A, C#m and D. Fifth position studies are in F, Dm, C, Am, Bb and Eb. Seventh Position is developed with studies and solos in the keys of C, G, Em, Bm, F, Dm, D and Gm. Finally, the 9th position is presented using the key of A Major.
Christopher Lee by Jonathan RigbyFrom $4.5
The name Christopher Lee was for many years synonymous with the best in screen horror. His Count Dracula remains unrivaled and his performances in classics like The Mummy, The Face of Fu Manchu, and The Wicker Man are just as striking. But Lee's film and television credits outnumber those of many other stars, and stretch well beyond the confines of Hammer Horror. Jonathan Rigby, author of American Gothic and English Gothic chronicles Lee's entire career, including his starring role as James Bond's nemesis in The Man With the Golden Gun and his recent appearances in The Lord of the Rings and Star Wars trilogies. Compiled with the cooperation of Christopher Lee, and featuring a foreword by Star Wars creator George Lucas enthusiastically commemorating Lee as "breathing life into every character he plays,"this is the definitive guide to one of cinema's last true legends.
Movie Idols by John WrathallFrom $5.95
The easy riders, The raging bulls, The divas of the silver screen; The premieres, The hot affairs, and the Hollywood Dream! You'll find it all in this fascinating book about Movie idols. What Oscar-winning screenwriter appeared as an Elvis impersonator on an episode of The Golden Girls? What 1970's-era film only has one spoken word in it? Who is 'Alan Smithee' and why does he appear in so many movie credits? What movie soundtrack has sold more that 30 million copies, making it the best selling soundtrack in history? Find the answers to these questions, as well as a veritable font of Hollywood trivia and information in Movie Idols - a perfect book for anyone who loves film.
The Lion Companion to Church Architecture by David StancliffeFrom $12.8
For centuries, churches have been a key part of the landscape of the world. In this fascinating book, David Stancliffe takes us back to the earliest churches, showing how they were conceived as spaces for worship. We see their historical development from the early Roman house churches, through Byzantine, Romanesque and on to Gothic. With the Reformation came significant change in the religious landscape - these changes are described and the journey to the modern understanding of church architecture explored. The book is infused throughout with the spirit of human quest for meaning and transcendence. The text is lavishly illustrated with over 500 colour illustrations, photography, cutaways and line drawings.About the Author David Stancliffe has been Bishop of Salisbury since 1993. He has until recently served as Chairman of the Church of England's Liturgical Commission and has also ben a member of the Council for the Care of Churches. He currently serves on the Cathedrals' Fabric Commission.
Lord of Mess by Jaybo aka MonkFrom $8.5
Lord of Mess My Head is a Visual Township Jaybo has strongly influenced the development of European street art. He got to know the streets of Berlin at the age of 14 when he moved there from France. Since the early 90?s he has been one of the creative engines of the streetand graphic design scene in Berlin.Lord of Mess presents the broad spectrum of his new-school style artwork ? from very clean-cut graphic design to glaring Hip Hop illustrations and installations. This monograph features Jaybo?s font designs, logos, record covers and examples of his work as the Art Director of the lifestyle magazine Style and the Family Tunes. The characters, toys and clothes he has designed as the co-founder and chief designer of the street wear label Irie Daily are additionally showcased. The book also includes a CD with eight of Jaybo?s striking fonts that can?t be found anywhere else.
The History of Loot and Stolen Art by Ivan LindsayFrom $87.4
The different motivation of the greatest looters in history is a theme which is examined throughout the book. From Sargon II who ruled Syria between 721 and 705 BC, Alexander the Great, Cesare Borgia, Gonzales the Spanish conquistador who defeated the Incan Empire, Francis Drake, Napoleon Bonaparte, Joseph Stalin, Hermann Goering and Adolf Hitler, we eventually reach the twenty-first century where looting continues world wide and hardly a day goes by without news in the media of the latest audacious art theft. About the Author Ivan Lindsay, who has researched the history of stolen art over many years, deals in old master paintings and Russian Twentieth century art. His enthusiasm and knowledge of his subject is very evident in this book which will undoubtedly become one of the seminal works on the subject.
Black Ladies by Uwe OmmerFrom $10.25
African QueensSimple, sensual portraits of dark-skinned beauties. "Poets have described the beauty of African women with their words, Uwe Ommer with his camera."Photo Presse, Germany Uwe Ommer, a sought-after commercial photographer based in New York and Paris, has made a name for himself with his own uncommissioned works, as this book eloquently attests. For the aesthete Uwe Ommer, the bodies of black women represent the epitome of beauty. His photographs are exactly what they show, no more and no less than a homage to female beauty. And of course that homage is paid in the perfect setting, the stunning landscape of Africa.Calixthe Beyala, born in Cameroon, is one of the leading African francophone poets. The texts in this book were written especially as a commentary on the photography of Uwe Ommer. About the PhotographerUwe Ommer became fascinated with photography at a young age and in 1962 moved to Paris, where he initially worked as a photographer?s assistant. Within a few years, he opened his own photography studio, primarily shooting fashion and advertising photos. Quickly gaining respect for his work in Paris, Ommer began showing in local galleries and eventually published his first book, Photoedition Uwe Ommer, in 1979, a collection of personal and advertising works. In the following years, he would publish five more books of his photographs. In 2002, Uwe Ommer was awarded an Honorary Fellowship to the Royal Photographic Society for the impact of his lifetime of work. His books for TASCHEN include Black Ladies, Asian Ladies, Transit, and 1000 Families.
Painting Light and Shade by Parramon's Editorial TeamFrom $8.25
Books in the popular Beginner Art Guides series instruct in the fundamentals of drawing and painting, focusing on projects especially designed for beginning students to master. Projects are presented in order of difficulty and are supplemented with practical suggestions, ideas for colour experiments, and techniques for creating special effects. In Light and Shade students are instructed on mastering techniques that employ light and shading effects that add dimension and a sense of perspective to drawn and painted figures or objects. Instruction covers both monochrome and colour media. Colour illustrations on every page.
Ciao, Carpaccio! by Jan MorrisFrom $27.5
A genial, witty, and touching journey through the endlessly evocative art of Carpaccio. Saluting the painter whose pictures remain some of the most enchanting ever made of Venice, Jan Morris makes her own last journey to a city she has written about like no other.
Perspective & Composition by Barrington BarberFrom $7.25
Perspective is key to making your artworks look convincing and three-dimensional, yet it can be a daunting prospect for artists. This handy guide sets out the rules of perspective clearly and simply, using demonstrations and step-by-step exercises. You will learn how the same perspective rules underpin compositions of all types, from panoramic landscapes to urban scenes, interiors, simple objects and human figures. This practical drawing series comprises six titles across a range of subjects that are perennially popular with artists : still life, landscapes, portraits, perspective and composition, life drawing, and animals. Each book provides an accessible introduction to the subject, backed up by clear examples and developed through step-by-step exercises for readers to follow. Throughout, authors Barrington Barber and Duncan Smith provide useful advice and tips learned from their years of practice as professional artists. The simple, stylish design and accessible format make these books attractive as single units or to buy as a series.About the Author Barrington Barber is a renowned author in the field of teaching drawing skills and a practising artist. He enjoys a successful career as a commercial illustrator and fine artist and has written and illustrated a wide range of best-selling instructive art books.