By William Warmack
A sly, virtuoso send-up of artwork, artists, cat-lovers, and critics, this visually lovely full-color artwork catalog dares to invite the query: Did Mittens Mondrian, Whitey Warhol, and Cuddles Christo really create those works? in simple terms the writer and his cat be aware of needless to say, and they're no longer talking!
A lovely coffee-table e-book of paintings that imitates recognized artists', merely with a cat subject.
Read Online or Download Composition with Cat: Lost Masterpieces of the Twentieth Century PDF
Similar art history books
Terme entré dans l’usage courant au cours de l. a. première moitié du XIXe siècle, l’art roman distingue, en histoire de l’art, l. a. période qui s’étend entre le début du XIe siècle jusqu’à l. a. fin du XIIe siècle.
GARDNER'S artwork in the course of the a while: A CONCISE international background will give you a complete, fantastically illustrated journey of the world's nice creative traditions! effortless to learn and comprehend, the newest variation of this best-selling paintings background e-book maintains to conform, supplying a wealthy cultural backdrop for every of the coated sessions and geographical destinations, and incorporating new artists and paintings forms--all reproduced in line with the top criteria of readability and colour constancy.
The subsequent résumé learn bargains with construction fabric, which including building and constructions, kinds one of many 3 features of creating, or both one of many 3 components which represent the character of a development. in contrast to present manuals on historic construction, this provides an analytic presentation and the subject material extends throughout every age and areas.
- Painter in a Savage Land: The Strange Saga of the First European Artist in North America
- Arts and Humanities
- After Criticism: New Responses to Art and Performance (New Interventions in Art History)
- The Hidden Sense: Synesthesia in Art and Science (Leonardo Books)
Additional info for Composition with Cat: Lost Masterpieces of the Twentieth Century
It is natural that in the early Middle Ages, clergy would have been involved in diagnosing leprosy and in dealing with the infected. In the Mosaic tradition, priests judged illnesses and diagnosed leprosy, and in the Middle Ages, monastic libraries were the major repositories of knowledge, including medical knowledge, and many monks studied medicine. Because leprosy was incurable and usually fatal, care of infected people focused on preparing them for death and the afterlife, as well as isolating them to prevent the spread of the disease.
18 The Carolingian relief presents evidence that more empirical knowledge was available than historians had previously assumed. Charles the Bald’s personal physician, Zedechias the Jew, for example, might well have Historiography of Hansen’s Disease in Europe 33 Fig. 5 Leper’s Head. Detail of fig. 4, Christ Healing a Leper, cover of Codex Aureus, ca. 870, gold relief. ) served as a consultant for the medical details, such as the correct placement of the nodule, suggestions of paralysis, and possible hair loss.
While leprosy made people suffer for many years but affected only a few, bubonic plague killed quickly and indiscriminately; an estimated third of Europe’s population perished before 1353. There were, however, positive consequences of this cataclysmic plague pandemic, including new medical knowledge, a better understanding of infections and rudimentary epidemiology, improved diagnostic skills, restructuring of the public health system, and appreciation of practical experience. 25 This newly gained scientific knowledge also affected victims of leprosy.