Painting research

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  • The earliest form of painting was with colours ground in water. Egyptian artists three thousand years B.C. used this method, and various mediums, such as wax and mastic, were added as a fixative. It was what is now known as tempera painting. The Greeks acquired their knowledge of the art from the Egyptians, and later the Romans dispersed it throughout Europe. They probably introduced tempera painting into this country for decoration of the walls of their houses.

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  • To the general public the works of Correggio are much less familiar than those of other Italian painters. Parma lies outside the route of the ordinary tourist, and the treasures of its gallery and churches are still unsuspected by many. It is hoped that this little collection of pictures may arouse a new interest in the great Emilian. The selections are about equally divided between the frescoes of Parma and the easel paintings scattered through the various European galleries.

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  • Illustrated With Eight Reproductions in Colour "Leonardo," wrote an English critic as far back as 1721, "was a Man so happy in his genius, so consummate in his Profession, so accomplished in the Arts, so knowing in the Sciences, and withal, so much esteemed by the Age wherein he lived, his Works so highly applauded by the Ages which have succeeded, and his Name and Memory still preserved with so much Veneration by the present Age—that, if anything could equal the Merit of the Man, it must be the Success he met with. Moreover, 'tis not in Painting alone,...

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  • So far as it concerns pictures painted upon panel or canvas in tempera or oils, the history of painting begins with Cimabue, who worked in Florence during the latter half of the thirteenth century. That the art was practised in much earlier times may readily be admitted, and the life-like portraits in the vestibule at the National Gallery taken from Greek tombs of the second or third century are sufficient proofs of it; but for the origin of painting as we are now generally accustomed to understand the term we need go no further back than to Cimabue and his...

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  • Tham khảo sách 'title: a history of art for beginners and students: painting, sculpture, architecture painting', khoa học xã hội, lịch sử văn hoá phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Tham khảo sách 'canvas painting for beginners', văn hoá - nghệ thuật, mỹ thuật phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • He long obscurity of the Dark Ages lifted over Italy, awakening to a national though a divided consciousness. Already two distinct tendencies were apparent. The practical and rational, on the one hand, was soon to be outwardly reflected in the burgher-life of Florence and the Lombard cities, while at Rome it had even then created the civil organization of the curia. The novella was its literary triumph. In art it expressed itself simply, directly and with vigour.

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  • Years have passed since the second edition of this book. But as most of this time has been taken up with the writing of my “Drawings of the Florentine Painters,” it has, in a sense, been spent in preparing me to make this new edition. Indeed, it is to that bigger work that I must refer the student who may wish to have the reasons for some of my attributions. There, for instance, he will find the intricate Carli question treated quite as fully as it deserves. Jacopo del Sellajo is inserted here for the first time. Ample accounts...

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  • A translator can have but one aim—to present the thought of the author faithfully. In this case an added responsibility is involved, since one who had so much to give to the world has been taken in his prime. M. Petrucci has written at length of art in the Far East in his exhaustive work La Philosophie de la Nature dans l’Art d’Extrême Orient and elsewhere, and has demonstrated the wide scope of his thought and learning. The form and style in Peintres Chinois are the result of much condensation of material and have thus presented problems in translation,...

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  • The first essay shows that this reference to painting allows the filmmaker to entail a process of reduction that points to a particular kind of sublime: a sublime of what is immobile, fallen, routed and diseased, a sublime made of what frightens. By filming ordinary and therefore invisible objects, by literally ‘emptying’ the image the camera performs a phenomenological reduction which suspends the intentionality in the constitution of the object. The anguish of banality is the sublime that crosses Antonioni’s cinema: the poor phenomenon becomes saturated.

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  • If from the 1920s to the 1940s, it was individual films, taken more or less out of context, which typified the German cinema, at least for an international public, the inverse was the case some thirty years later: at first the Young German Film, then the New German Cinema made headlines as national film movements, where a generational or film-political identity imposed themselves more strikingly than individual film titles.

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  • My chief reason for confining these four talks to the outdoor sketch is because I have been an outdoor painter since I was sixteen years of age; have never in my whole life painted what is known as a studio picture evolved from memory or from my inner consciousness, or from any one of my outdoor sketches. My pictures are begun and finished often at one sitting, never more than three sittings; and a white umbrella and a three-legged stool are the sum of my studio appointments.

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  • THE ROYAL SCHOOL SERIES Highroads of Geography Illustrated by Masterpieces of the following artists:— J. M. W. Turner, F. Goodall, E. A. Hornel, Talbot Kelly, W. Simpson, Edgar H. Fisher, J. F. Lewis, T. H. Liddell, Cyrus Cuneo, &c. Introductory Book— Round the World with Father 1916 .That's where Daddy is! (From the painting by J. Snowman.) .CONTENTS. 1. Good-bye to Father, 2. A Letter from France, 3. In Paris, 4. On the Way to Egypt, 5. A Letter from Egypt, 6. Children of Egypt, 7. Through the Canal, 8. Amongst the Arabs.—I., 9. Amongst the Arabs.—II., 10.

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  • It’s not surprising that Thailand was chosen as the best country in the world for expats to reside. The HSBC Expat Explorer Survey of 2011 found the Kingdom beat 31 other countries for health care, accommodation, work environment and lifestyle. Thailand is my home. I live in a beautiful tropical beach community in a three bedroom condo with security and spacious pools. Where can I live like that in America for $2,000 a month? You can’t do it for twice that amount! I don’t want to paint the Land of Smiles (LOS) as the be all and end all for...

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  • ENGR AV ING is one of the fine arts, and in this beautiful family has been the especial handmaiden of painting. Another sister is now coming forward to join this service, lending to it the charm of color. If, in our day, the "chromo" can do more than engraving, it cannot impair the value of the early masters. With them there is no rivalry or competition. Historically, as well as æsthetically, they will be masters always. Everybody knows something of engraving, as of printing, with which it was associated in origin. School-books, illustrated papers, and shop windows are the...

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  • Formaldehyde is widely used to manufacture building materials and numerous household products, and is also a by-product of combustion and certain other natural processes. Primary sources include pressed wood products such as particleboard, plywood, and medium density fiberboard (MDF), which is commonly used in flooring, furniture, shelving, cabinetry, paper products, and decorative fabrics and textiles. It also may be used as a biocide in certain paints, coatings, adhesives, and personal care products.

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  • Certain paints emit chemicals Credit: Daniel Case Several household consumer products emit chemicals into air , for instance cleaning products, floor care products, furniture and household fabrics, air fresheners, glues, paints, paint strippers, personal care products, printed matter , electronic equipment, candles and incense. Some studies show a link between the use of consumer products and adverse health effects. However , it is not clear to what extent pollutants are responsible for the observed effects because other factors may also contribute to them.

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  • This article reports the results of work being undertaken in Singapore with some 300 managers and future managers in the public and private sector. As well as conflict handling the research has investigated the concepts of power, needs, assertiveness, personal and leadership styles and influencing styles in order to paint a picture of the Singaporean manager of the future in the context of a society at the crossroads of development from an industrial to post- industrial one.

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  • A large number of robots have been developed, and researchers continue to design new robots with greater capabilities to perform more challenging and comprehensive tasks. Between the 60s and end of 80s, most robot applications were related to industries and manufacturing, such as assembly, welding, painting, material handling, packaging, etc.

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  • Dense, erudite and sometimes even esoteric, Bonfand’s book is written for the scholar rather than a more general audience. Nevertheless, one has to acknowledge the risk-taking and even the tour de force aspect of the book in which Bonfand ponders the relation between painting and cinema in a very new way. Finally, this work is very encouraging for further investigations of the phenomenology of film using the groundbreaking concepts of the French new wave in phenomenology.

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