Release on 2007 | by Georges Seurat,Jodi Hauptman,Karl D. Buchberg,Hubert Damisch,Bridget Riley,Richard Thomson,Richard Shiff
Author: Georges Seurat,Jodi Hauptman,Karl D. Buchberg,Hubert Damisch,Bridget Riley,Richard Thomson,Richard Shiff
Pubpsher: The Museum of Modern Art
Displays an exhibition of over one hundred drawings by nineteenth-century artist George Seurat, particularly the conte crayon drawings, along with six essays exploring new research about the artist's materials and themes.
Release on 2005 | by Vincent van Gogh,Colta Feller Ives
Author: Vincent van Gogh,Colta Feller Ives
Pubpsher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Presents a collection of the drawings of Vincent Van Gogh, providing images of his works in charcoal, chalk, ink, graphite, and watercolor, and including essays the place each drawing in its historical context, explaining its significance.
Release on 2010 | by Carmen Bambach,Agnolo Bronzino,Janet Cox-Rearick,George R. Goldner,Philippe Costamagna
Author: Carmen Bambach,Agnolo Bronzino,Janet Cox-Rearick,George R. Goldner,Philippe Costamagna
Pubpsher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Drawings by the great Italian Mannerist painter and poet Agnolo Bronzino (1503-1572) are extremely rare. This important and beautiful publication brings together for the first time nearly all of the sixty drawings attributed to this leading draftsman of the 16th century. Each drawing is illustrated in color, discussed in detail, and shown with many comparative photographs. Bronzino's technical virtuosity as a draftsman and his mastery of anatomy and perspective are vividly apparent in each stroke of the chalk, pen, or brush. The younger generations of Florentine artists particularly admired Bronzino for his technical virtuosity as a painter, and Giorgio Vasari praised him for his powers as a disegnatore (designer and draftsman)
Irreverent, bizarre, whimsical, and mocking, these 200 pen-and-ink sketches date from the early 20th century. They blend savage humor with brilliant draughtsmanship in depictions of humans, animals, and curious combinations of the two.
Release on 2006 | by Ollie Jensen Theisen,John Thomas Biggers
The Drawings and Lithographs of John Thomas Biggers
Author: Ollie Jensen Theisen,John Thomas Biggers
Pubpsher: University of North Texas Press
John Thomas Biggers (1924-2001) was a major African American artist who inspired countless others through his teaching, murals, paintings, and drawings. After receiving conventional art training at Hampton Institute and Pennsylvania State, he had his personal and artistic breakthrough in 1957 when he spent six months in the newly independent country of Ghana. From this time forward, he integrated African abstract elements with his rural Southern images to create a personal iconography. His new approach made him famous, as his personal discovery of African heritage fit in well with the growing U.S. civil rights movement. He is best known for his murals at Hampton University, Winston-Salem University, and Texas Southern, but the drawings and lithographs that lie behind the murals have received scant attention--until now. Theisen interviewed Dr. Biggers during the last thirteen years of his life, and was welcomed into his studio innumerable times. Together, they selected representative works for this volume, some of which have not been previously published for a general audience. After his death in 2001, his widow continued to work closely with Theisen, resulting in a book that is intimate and informative for both the scholar and the student
Release on 2002 | by Evelyn Karet,Stefano (da Verona)
A Catalogue Raisonné
Author: Evelyn Karet,Stefano (da Verona)
Pubpsher: American Philosophical Society
In this comprehensive catalogue of the work of the 15th-century painter and draftsman, Stefano da Verona (1375-ca. 1438), Karet reviews past scholarship and corrects old misunderstandings that produced an inconsistent, heterogeneous and misinformed corpus. Her attributions are based on stylistic arguments, technical analysis, and the relationship of the drawings to a limited number of secure paintings by this important Late Gothic North Italian painter. The restricted but sound body of works Stefano da Verona executed is compiled in rich catalogue entries that include discussions of style, iconography, patronage, paper and sketchbook analysis, important issues of workshop production and of the history of drawings and collectionism. Karet also transcribes and translates 15th-century Italian inscriptions and texts in various dialects found on the drawings. The catalogue includes a group of fully annotated rejected works that touch upon important issues involving drawings by Stefano's contemporaries. The author also reconstructs a sketchbook drafted by Stefano, one of the first artists to preserve his ideas in this way. Karet's Drawings of Stefano da Verona is a significant addition to the history of drawing in the important transitional decades from the Late Gothic to the Renaissance.
This volume is intended for all art-lovers and students of art anywhere in the world. Words are not required to describe the beauty of these drawings, their splendour speaks volumes instead. Herein you will find 49 pen and ink illustrations by the Master of all artists - Leonardo da Vinci (1452 – 1519), including a self portrait. A comprehensive introduction to this volume is provided by Charles Lewis Hind founder and editor of The Studio: An Illustrated Magazine of Fine and Applied Art and was later editor of The Academy. The illustrations in this volume are: Profile Of A Warrior Portrait Of Isabella d’Este Study Of An Old Man Study Of Draperies For Kneeling Figures Study Of A Bacchus Head Of A Man Battle Between Horsemen And Monsters Woman Seated On Ground And Child Kneeling Studies Of Heads Youth On Horseback Studies For The Equestrian Statue Of Francesco Sforza The Virgin, St. Anne And Infant Studies Of Children The Combat Study For A Madonna Studies For "The Holy Family" Studies For "The Last Supper" Courtyard Of A Cannon-Foundry Study Of The Head Of An Apostle Study For Background Of "The Adoration Of The Magi" Study Of Landscape Study Of A Tree Two Heads Caricatures St. John The Baptist The Head Of Christ Caricatures Head Of An Angel Study Of A Man's Head Studies Of Hands Dragon Fighting With A Lion Man Kneeling Portrait Study Studies Of Animals Portrait Of Leonardo, By Himself Six Heads Of Men And A Bust Of A Woman Study Of A Head The St. Anne Cartoon Studies Of Horses Heads Of A Woman And A Child Study Of Drapery For A Kneeling Figure Knight In Armour Study Of A Youthful Head Study For "Leda" Head Of An Old Man Study Of A Head Study Of The Head Of St. Philip For "The Last Supper" Study Of Drapery Girl's Head Studies Of A Satyr With A Lion ============= KEYWORDS: Leonardo, da Vinci, pen and ink, drawings, illustrations, study, studies, portrait, Portrait Of Isabella D’este, Old Man, Draperies, Kneeling Figures, Bacchus, Head, Battle, Horsemen, Monsters, Woman, Seated, Ground, Child Kneeling, Youth, Horseback, Equestrian Statue, Francesco Sforza, Virgin, St. Anne, Infant, Children, Combat, Madonna, Holy, Family, The Last Supper, Courtyard, Cannon-Foundry, Apostle, Background, Adoration, Magi, Landscape, Tree, Caricatures, St. John The Baptist, Christ, Angel, Hands, Dragon, Fighting, Lion, Portrait, Animals, Six Heads, Bust, Woman, Cartoon, Drapery, Figure, Knight, Armour, Leda, St. Philip, Girl, Satyr