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📒Framed Ink ✍ Marcos Mateu-Mestre
✏Framed Ink Book Summary : Describes how to use different drawing techniques to compose storyboards that express a storyline using illustrative examples and explanations.
📒Framing Famous Mountains ✍ Li-tsui Flora Fu
✏Framing Famous Mountains Book Summary : "Treating landscape painting as yet another framing systems, in both the symbolic and material sense, this book examines sixteenth-century paintings of famous mountains by three major artists in the light of a diachronic account of the evolution of famous mountains over time and a synchronic account of the vogue for the grand tour in late Ming society." --Book Jacket.
📒Rethinking Japanese Modernism ✍ Roy Starrs
✏Rethinking Japanese Modernism Book Summary : By adopting an open, multidisciplinary, and transnational approach, this book sheds new light both on the specific achievements and on the often-unexpected interrelationships of the writers, artists and thinkers who helped to define the Japanese version of modernism and modernity.
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📒A Perpetual Fire ✍ Lara Jaishree Netting
✏A Perpetual Fire Book Summary : After serving as a missionary and then foreign advisor to Qing officials from 1887 to 1911, John Ferguson became a leading dealer of Chinese art, providing the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and other museums with their inaugural collections of paintings and bronzes. In multiple publications dating to the 1920s and 1930s, Ferguson made the controversial claim that China’s autochthonous culture was the basis of Chinese art. His two Chinese language reference works, still in use today, were produced with essential help from Chinese scholars. Emulating these “men of culture” with whom he lived and worked in Peking, Ferguson gathered paintings, bronzes, rubbings, and other artifacts. In 1934, he donated this group of over one thousand objects to Nanjing University, the school he had helped to found as a young missionary. This work offers a significant contribution to the history of Chinese art collection. John Ferguson learned from and worked with Qing dynasty collectors and scholars, and then Republican-era dealers and archeologists, while simultaneously supplying the objects he had come to know as Chinese art to American museums and individuals. He is an ideal subject to help us see the interconnections between increased Western interest in Chinese art and archeology in the modern era, and cultural change taking place in China.
📒Beyond Picture Books ✍ Barbara Barstow
✏Beyond Picture Books Book Summary : A bibliography that suggests books for beginner readers is accompanied by subject, title, illustrator, readability level, and series indexes
📒Freedom Of Information ✍ Louise Hopkins
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📒A School For The Dead ✍ R. Anne Moore
✏A School for the Dead Book Summary : A School for the Dead by R. Anne Moore Squinting in the sunshine, I stretched awake, refreshed and ready for the day. Until I remembered. Images of the curious crowd and the ambulance doors closing hammered against my skull. And the school bus. Each detail of that frenetic ride washed over me. Ugh, the memory stream, again. I tamped them down, trying to concentrate. Maybe the bus will return and take me home. Like that was going to happen. Remember, you're dead, a small voice reminded me. The unimaginable and the magic of the unknown, the world of mortality and the world beyond-all of these are the essence of A School for the Dead. Enter a world where the children are not quite what they seem.... About the Author A fulltime professor of education at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon, R. Anne Moore also enjoys hiking the beautiful areas of Oregon and Washington with her husband, David; writing sequels to A School...; and working on a new women's suspense novel, as well as spending time with her grandchildren.
📒Twice Kissed ✍ Lisa Jackson
✏Twice Kissed Book Summary : Mirror, Mirror . . . Marquise Walker has vanished without a trace. There are few clues and much speculation on her sudden disappearance. But the truth is more terrifying than anyone can even imagine. . . . On The Wall . . . Maggie McCrae would do anything to find her identical twin sister--even if it means stepping into her unfamiliar shoes. Walking through Marquise's wild, uninhibited life is a revelation for Maggie, proof that she knew very little about her twin's darker side and her connection to the only man Maggie ever loved, Thane Walker. Now he's the man she shouldn't trust, a man who could be her best hope . . . or a cold-blooded killer. . . . Who's The Deadest Twin Of All? The deeper Maggie digs, the more she is drawn into the web of her own past. . . . to a twisted family legacy of desperate deceit, betrayal, and revenge . . . each secret bringing her closer to a final, shocking truth--and to the identity of a killer who's closer than she thinks. . . .