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Little Boys
Little Boys
Carl, Klaus H.
¥61.23
Ever since the ancient greeks sculpted the first kouros, children have been a source of inspiration for some of the world’s greatest artists. Whether portraits of their own children, friends, and family members, or a nostalgic psychological portrayal of the artist’s own youth, depictions of children in art remain arresting examples of an intersection between the picturesque innocence of childhood and the methodical work of adult artistry. In this delightful new puzzle book, children get a chance to see little boys and girls just like them as portrayed by great artists, learning about how children grew up throughout history while experiencing a genuine connection with works of artistic genius.
Top 5 Masterpieces vol 1
Top 5 Masterpieces vol 1
Carl, Klaus H.
¥61.23
Ever since the ancient greeks sculpted the first kouros, children have been a source of inspiration for some of the world’s greatest artists. Whether portraits of their own children, friends, and family members, or a nostalgic psychological portrayal of the artist’s own youth, depictions of children in art remain arresting examples of an intersection between the picturesque innocence of childhood and the methodical work of adult artistry. In this delightful new puzzle book, children get a chance to see little boys and girls just like them as portrayed by great artists, learning about how children grew up throughout history while experiencing a genuine connection with works of artistic genius.
Art of India
Art of India
Smith, Vincent Arthur
¥61.23
如果“爱之宫”或者说泰姬陵是印度艺术的象征,这决不可能是的代表。印度艺术高雅、辉煌,受波斯和欧洲的影响,在建筑和艺术领域也有与装饰艺术相媲美的盛誉。
Auguste Rodin
Auguste Rodin
Rilke, Rainer Maria
¥110.28
Influenced by the masters of Antiquity, the genius of Michelangelo and Baroque sculpture, particularly of Bernini, Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) is one of the most renowned artists in history. Though Rodin is considered a founder of modern sculpture, he did not set out to critique past classical traditions. Many of his sculptures were criticised and considered controversial because of their sensuality or hyperrealist qualities. His most original works departed from traditional themes of mythology and allegory, and embraced the human body, celebrating individualism and physicality. This book uncovers the life and career of this highly acclaimed artist by exploring his most famous works of art, such as the Gates of Hell, The Thinker and the infamous The Kiss.
Egon Schiele
Egon Schiele
Selsdon, Esther;Zwingenberger, Jeanette
¥110.28
Egon Schiele’s work is so distinctive that it resists categorisation. Admitted to the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts at just sixteen, he was an extraordinarily precocious artist, whose consummate skill in the manipulation of line, above all, lent a taut expressivity to all his work. Profoundly convinced of his own significance as an artist, Schiele achieved more in his abruptly curtailed youth than many other artists achieved in a full lifetime. His roots were in the Jugendstil of the Viennese Secession movement. Like a whole generation, he came under the overwhelming influence of Vienna’s most charismatic and celebrated artist, Gustav Klimt. In turn, Klimt recognised Schiele’s outstanding talent and supported the young artist, who within just a couple of years, was already breaking away from his mentor’s decorative sensuality. Beginning with an intense period of creativity around 1910, Schiele embarked on an unflinching exposé of the human form – not the least his own – so penetrating th
Early Italian Painting
Early Italian Painting
Crowe, Joseph Archer;Cavalcaselle, Giovanni Battista;Jameson, Anna
¥110.28
在古拜占庭传统的宏伟壮观与乔托(Giotto)预言的现代性之间摇摆,早期意大利绘画强调了场重要的美学运动(这也带来了之后的文艺复兴)——意大利原始艺术。这些革命性的艺术家们不再在墙壁上创作壁画,他们尝试新的媒介和技巧,在木板上创造了幅可以移动的绘画作品。为了强调所代表人物的神性,画中人物的脸庞震惊了欣赏者。亮丽的金边框背景用来强调主题的虔诚与信仰,优雅的线条和色彩强化了明确的象征性选择。终,意大利早期绘画艺术家希望能够以无形胜有形。在这本华丽的著作中,作者强调了科学与佛罗伦萨画派之间的对抗在艺术史演变中的重要性。读者能够从中发现,在这些被遗忘的杰作中,神圣开始展现出人形,为人神同形同性打开了零散但具有决定性的大门,为文艺复兴所珍视的价值观开辟了道路。
Pascin
Pascin
Dupouy, Alexandre
¥61.23
朱勒·帕金斯,在今天看来仍然是个“坏小子”。这位才华横溢的艺术家生活在毕加索、莫迪利阿尼和其他同代艺术家的阴影中。他擅长于描绘女性的躯体,可以说他的油画就是他那派对生活的写照。这位艺术家的充满了性欲色彩的作品被视为不道德,但仍得以在很多画展上展出,特别是在柏林、巴黎和纽约。
Art Nouveau
Art Nouveau
Lahor, Jean
¥110.28
作为对工业革命的回应,新艺术运动以装饰和建筑风格发端。新艺术运动初的目标是通过回归自然主题,创造新的自然美学。该运动中的设计常常伴有植物图案和高度风格化、反大起大落曲线的细致刻画,是谓之新艺术风格。 为了达到该目标,诸如古斯塔夫克林姆(Gustav Klimt)、科罗曼穆塞尔(Koloman Moser)、安东尼高迪(Antoni Gaudi)、扬托罗普(Jan Toorop)、威廉莫里斯(William Morris)等艺术家更加偏爱技术创新和形式新颖。新艺术运动试图将艺术融合进生活的所有侧面,从物质的家具到家中的装饰物品再到建筑物;建立在艺术与日常生活相融合的艺术哲学之上。1900年在巴黎世界博览会大获成功之后,这一趋势继续流行且营销了不少艺术家以及装饰艺术运动。新艺术运动的继承者在次世界大战之后依然层出不穷。所以说新艺术运动时装饰艺术“文艺复兴”的核心,一点都不为过。
Art Deco
Art Deco
Charles, Victoria;Carl, Klaus
¥110.28
Art Deco style was established on the ashes of a disappeared world, the one from before the First World War, and on the foundation stone of a world yet to become, opened to the most undisclosed promises. Forgetting herself in the whirl of Jazz Age and the euphoria of the “Années Folles”, the Gar?onne with her linear shape reflects the architectural style of Art Deco: to the rounded curves succeed the simple and plain androgynous straight line… Architecture, painting, furniture and sculpture, dissected by the author, proclaim the druthers for sharp lines and broken angles. Although ephemeral, this movement keeps on influencing contemporary design.
Michelangelo
Michelangelo
Müntz, Eugène
¥110.28
米开朗基罗(Michelangelo)的名字不断浮现在西斯廷教堂、阿波罗、丘比特等数不计数的杰作中。在《意大利绘画》(The Italian Painting)这本书中,作者司汤达写道:“在古希腊风物和米开朗基罗之间,没有任何距离,除了或多或少技术娴熟的伪造物。”在《漫步罗马》(Promenade in Rome)一书中,沙特布莱表达了对《圣母怜子像》(Pieta)中那些精致的线条的崇敬之情。诸如司汤达等大连古欧秀的作家将米开朗基罗视为西方艺术复兴的大家之一。毫无疑问,米开朗基罗的作品经历住了时间的考验。在若干年后,米开朗基罗的作品何以能够揭示希腊先驱们的创造性来源?米开朗基罗是创造性的天才和超人,是意大利文艺复兴中无与伦比的艺术家,他的影响力和成就与达芬奇可相媲美。在这本著作中, Jean-Matthieu Gosselin探讨了米开朗基罗所有的身份:雕塑家、建筑师、画家和美术家。
Edward Hopper
Edward Hopper
Souter, Gerry
¥110.28
爱德华·霍普,1882年出生于奈阿克,是重要的美国画家之一。在学习了插图画之后,他进入了大名鼎鼎的纽约艺术学院学习,师从罗伯特·亨利(Robert Henri)。亨利对霍普产生了重大的影响,他鼓励霍普从美国人的生活中去发现素材。在创作中,诗意地表达了人们反对二十世纪二十年代的美国生活方式的孤独。受到电影作品—特别是多种摄影角度和人物性格的影响,他的绘画作品表达了对大众文化的疏离感。通过采用冷色调和绘画匿名人物,霍普的作品同样象征性地反映了大萧条时期。尽管霍普曾多次游历欧洲,但他在当时流行的的改革绘画面前仍然无动于衷,例如立体主义,例如超现实主义。霍普用一种非常个性化的形式来表达主题,致力于效仿古典艺术家,例如伦布兰特(Rembrandt)、德加斯(Degas)或者杜米埃(Daumier)。他绘画的加油站、旅馆和日常生活的场景代表了对个人主义的美学宣言、宽敞的开放空间和美国的基本价值观。霍普在1967年去世了,在美国艺术上留下了后的痕迹。
Alphonse Mucha
Alphonse Mucha
Bade, Patrick;Charles, Victoria
¥110.28
Born in 1860 in a small Czech town, Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939) was an artist on the forefront of Art Nouveau, the modernist movement that swept Paris in the 1910s, marking a return to the simplicity of natural forms, and changing the world of art and design forever. In fact, Art Nouveau was known to insiders as the “Mucha style” for the legions of imitators who adapted the master’s celebrated tableaux. Today, his distinctive depictions of lithe young women in classical dress have become a pop cultural touchstone, inspiring album covers, comic books, and everything in between. Patrick Bade and Victoria Charles offer readers an inspiring survey of Mucha’s career, illustrated with over one hundred lustrous images, from early Parisian advertisements and posters for Sandra Bernhardt, to the famous historical murals painted just before his death, at the age of 78, in 1939.
Van Gogh
Van Gogh
Calosse, Jp. A.
¥40.79
文森特·梵·高的生活和创作是如此紧密地联系在一起,以至于不了解他的生平便无法理解其作品。他作为生存环境的局外人而不被人理解成为痛苦的现代艺术殉难者的化身。一篇文章这样描述他,“一个可怕的疯狂的天才,常常表现卓越,有时荒诞,总是站在近乎病态的边缘。”1888年2月,文森特离开巴黎前往阿尔勒,那几个月是他一生中产的时期,次年他开始了著名的自残行为并且先后三次住院。据说他是在1890年7月29日,在一片田野里朝自己开枪自杀的,他的弟弟特奥这样描述他生命的后时刻,“他说想自杀,当时我坐在他身边向他保证我们会努力治愈他······但他回答说,悲哀将会永远持续。”
Dali
Dali
Shanes, Eric
¥40.79
身为画家、设计师、奇异物品发明者、作家以及电影导演,达利可以说是著名的超现实主义者。布纽埃尔、洛卡、毕加索和布列塔尼都对他的生涯产生了巨大的影响。达利的电影,《一只安达卢西亚犬》标志着他进入了巴黎超现实派,在那里他遇到了盖拉,他一生的伴侣和灵感源泉。但是,当1939年他与安德烈·布列塔尼决裂,他与此派关系交恶。然而,达利的艺术哲学与艺术表现仍然归于超现实主义,并成为超现实主义的典范。终其一生,达利是一位天才的具有自我提升力、创造力的神秘人物。
Gauguin
Gauguin
Brodskaya, Nathalia
¥40.79
保罗·高更早是一名水手,之后成为巴黎一名成功的股票经纪人,不过1874年他开始在周末画画,9年之后,在一次股市崩盘之后,他退休成为全职画家。1891年高更离开法国,在塔希提度过两年时光,并决定了他未来的生活和职业。1895年,他回到那里。在塔希提,高更发现了原始的自然艺术,并真诚地用画布展现出来。从那时起他的画作表现了这样的风格:构图简洁;色彩纯净明亮,具有观赏性;对异度风景的从容表现。高更称之为“合成象征理论”。
August Macke
August Macke
Macke, August;Cohen, Walter
¥61.23
奥古斯特·麦克(1887-1914),德国表现主义大师。德国表现主义萌芽于19世纪早期,主张放弃勾勒物理实在的艺术,转而致力于谋求情绪的表达,尤其注重于表达悲惨和恐惧的黑暗情绪。麦克是色彩与形体大师,创作了很多吸引人眼球、引起观赏者强烈共鸣的作品。他的笔下既有阳光明媚的突尼斯街道,也有阴云密布的波恩大教堂和那些不知名的拥挤的火车站。在这本书中,作者沃尔特·科恩回顾了这位艺术家短暂的一生,看似潜力无限的他,却终英年早逝。
Seurat
Seurat
Cousturier, Lucie
¥61.23
乔治·修拉(1859-1891)因点描绘帆布画的复杂精细而闻名于世,他将艺术和科学精妙地结合,创造了世人瞩目的成果。修拉那错综复杂的绘画需要好几年才能完成,给观赏者带来的是一场科学的复杂性和视觉的震撼性的华美盛宴。他的《大碗岛的星期天下午》(Un Dimanche Après-Midi à l’le de la Grande Jatte)是二十世纪艺术中为珍贵和杰出的作品之一。Klaus H.Carl 给读者们带来的是修拉点描绘画杰作背后那些详尽的科学技巧,惊鸿一瞥,但足饱眼福。
The Nabis
The Nabis
Kostenevitch, Albert
¥110.28
波纳尔、维亚尔、鲁塞尔和丹尼斯是纳比派画家中为赫赫有名的几位。纳比派是19世纪末形成的后印象派艺术团体。但是,他们艺术创作中日益增长的个人主义威胁到了纳比派的团结,他们的作品也逐渐分化。这本书让读者能够认真地对比和视察这一迷人的社团中的艺术家们。通过在和谐的创作中赞美日常的场景和景观,纳比派的作品不仅吸引了艺术学院的学生和艺术爱好者的注意,同样也吸引了一大批普通观众。
Claude Monet
Claude Monet
Kalitina, Nina;Brodskaya, Nathalia
¥110.28
For Claude Monet the designation ‘impressionist’ always remained a source of pride. In spite of all the things critics have written about his work, Monet continued to be a true impressionist to the end of his very long life. He was so by deep conviction, and for his Impressionism he may have sacrificed many other opportunities that his enormous talent held out to him. Monet did not paint classical compositions with figures, and he did not become a portraitist, although his professional training included those skills. He chose a single genre for himself, landscape painting, and in that he achieved a degree of perfection none of his contemporaries managed to attain. Yet the little boy began by drawing caricatures. Boudin advised Monet to stop doing caricatures and to take up landscapes instead. The sea, the sky, animals, people, and trees are beautiful in the exact state in which nature created them – surrounded by air and light. Indeed, it was Boudin who passed on to Monet his convictio
Tiffany
Tiffany
De Kay, Charles
¥61.23
路易斯·康福特·蒂芙尼(Louis Comfort Tiffany)是闻名于世的珠宝商,也是美国新艺术运动的领头人。在美国处于不断增长的时期,蒂芙尼成功地将装饰提升到了艺术的高度。蒂芙尼的工作室尤其擅长处理玻璃,他们开创了独特的玻璃技艺,使得幻彩玻璃极具美感。追随着加勒(Galle)或多姆(Daum)的脚步,蒂芙尼对玻璃物尽其用:色彩、遮光、透光,戏玩于他的手掌间。当然,他为成功的还是充满色彩与阴影交汇的镶嵌玻璃台灯,类似于教堂的染色玻璃天窗。沉浸在色彩的棱镜之中,作者让我们梦回这家历久弥新的公司的诞生之期。
Raphael
Raphael
Müntz, Eugène
¥61.23
拉斐尔(Raphael,1483-1520),意大利文艺复兴鼎盛时期的画家和建筑家,是位超越时代的天才人物。他与米开朗琪罗和莱昂纳多达芬奇并称为古典艺术的“文艺复兴三杰”,它们的作品展现了和谐和几何的多种风格。作为文艺复兴时期的大家之一,作为欧洲皇室和罗马教廷的艺术家,拉斐尔的作品包括了多种神学和哲学的主题,包括但不限于著名的圣母玛利亚画像。拉斐尔成长的环境和经历使他更倾向于将人文主义的理想和宗教相结合,从而在心中树立起坚定的信念,即艺术是揭开自然之美面纱的必然中介。
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