The Art of Mid

The second installment of the series, The Art of Mid is a 100 page, jam-packed guide that explains the complexities of Mid in it's entirety.

Author: John Quarnstrom

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781329055056

Category: Games

Page: 101

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The second installment of the series, The Art of Mid is a 100 page, jam-packed guide that explains the complexities of Mid in it's entirety. Written by none other than Bigfatlp and edited by Pseudonaut, The Art of Mid seeks to entertain and educate. What secrets lie behind these pages? All the answers to your questions, and more - and who better to reveal their insight into the role than Bigfatlp, the uncontested god of mid-lane during Season 1. Learn from the himself as we guide you on your journey to the top.
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The Art of Top

If you're a League of Legends player looking to improve, not only will this guide teach you how to play top-lane efficiently, it will also teach you the correct mindset that players need to climb the solo queue ladder.

Author: Diego "Quas" Ruiz

Publisher: John Quarnstrom

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 115

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A professionally written guide on Top-lane. If you're a League of Legends player looking to improve, not only will this guide teach you how to play top-lane efficiently, it will also teach you the correct mindset that players need to climb the solo queue ladder.
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The Art of Middle Management

Middle. Management? The term 'management' is relatively new to schools. It
probably arrived with the introduction of local Management of Schools in the
1980s. Up to that point primary school head teachers had not seen themselves
as ...

Author: Peter Fleming

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134129102

Category: Education

Page: 176

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Like its predecessor on secondary middle management, this book uses a succinct and accessible style. The authors; highlight the special challenge of middle management; cover the full range of middle management activities in primary schools; link to the Teacher Training Agency's National Standards for Subject Leadership; and use self-assessment questions and case studies to bring management theory to life. A chapter is devoted to the performance management framework that was introduced in September 2000. Throughout, the focus is on improving the quality of education for pupils through the creation of a positive team ethos.
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The Art of War

Author: Deana Margaret Rankin

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:45741670

Category: Military art and science

Page: 798

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Russian and Soviet Views of Modern Western Art 1890s to Mid 1930s

Thus do the tasks of proletarian criticism of the art of the past define themselves.
When it accomplishes ... In the labor commune once again, as in ancient Hellas
and the Middle Ages, art will become a social and public phenomenon. The art ...

Author: Ilia Dorontchenkov

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520253728

Category: Art

Page: 347

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From the first Modernist exhibitions in the late 1890s to the Soviet rupture with the West in the mid-1930s, Russian artists and writers came into wide contact with modern European art and ideas. Introducing a wealth of little-known material set in an illuminating interpretive context, this sourcebook presents Russian and Soviet views of Western art during this critical period of cultural transformation. The writings document complex responses to these works and ideas before the Russians lost contact with them almost entirely. Many of these writings have been unavailable to foreign readers and, until recently, were not widely known even to Russian scholars. Both an important reference and a valuable resource for classrooms, the book includes an introductory essay and shorter introductions to the individual sections.
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Between Art Practice and Psychoanalysis Mid Twentieth Century

Chapter 7, which continues through the 1960s, saw the publication of
Ehrenzweig's important second book, The Hidden Order of Art. Published
posthumously in 1967, it represents the culmination of many years of research
and presents a fully ...

Author: Beth Williamson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351574143

Category: Art

Page: 240

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The work of mid-twentieth century art theorist Anton Ehrenzweig is explored in this original and timely study. An analysis of the dynamic and invigorating intellectual influences, institutional framework and legacy of his work, Between Art Practice and Psychoanalysis reveals the context within which Ehrenzweig worked, how that influenced him and those artists with whom he worked closely. Beth Williamson looks to the writing of Melanie Klein, Marion Milner, Adrian Stokes and others to elaborate Ehrenzweig?s theory of art, a theory that extends beyond the visual arts to music. In this first full-length study on his work, including an inventory of his library, previously unexamined archival material and unseen artworks sit at the heart of a book that examines Ehrenzweig?s working relationships with important British artists such as Bridget Riley, Eduardo Paolozzi and other members of the Independent Group in London in the 1950s and 1960s. In Ehrenzweig?s second book The Hidden Order of Art (1967) his thinking on Jackson Pollock is important too. It was this book that inspired American artists Robert Smithson and Robert Morris when they deployed his concept of ?dedifferentiation?. Here Williamson offers new readings of process art c. 1970 showing how Ehrenzweig?s aesthetic retains relevance beyond the immediate post-war era.
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New Art City

In this landmark work, Jed Perl captures the excitement of a generation of legendary artists–Jackson Pollack, Joseph Cornell, Robert Rauschenberg, and Ellsworth Kelly among them–who came to New York, mingled in its lofts and bars, and ...

Author: Jed Perl

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN: 9780307538888

Category: Art

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In this landmark work, Jed Perl captures the excitement of a generation of legendary artists–Jackson Pollack, Joseph Cornell, Robert Rauschenberg, and Ellsworth Kelly among them–who came to New York, mingled in its lofts and bars, and revolutionized American art. In a continuously arresting narrative, Perl also portrays such less well known figures as the galvanic teacher Hans Hofmann, the lyric expressionist Joan Mitchell, and the adventuresome realist Fairfield Porter, as well the writers, critics, and patrons who rounded out the artists’world. Brilliantly describing the intellectual crosscurrents of the time as well as the genius of dozens of artists, New Art City is indispensable for lovers of modern art and culture. From the Trade Paperback edition.
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On the Mid ground

Can this mise-en- networking' of alternative spaces which has been created in
very different and specific contexts, be seen as a counter measure to the
increasingly powerful Western mainstream art and market system? »> This book
includes ...

Author: Hanru Hou

Publisher: Timezone 8 Limited

ISBN: 9628638823

Category: Art

Page: 281

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Hou Hanru is undoubtedly one of the most dynamic and innovative curators and critics on the contemporary art scene today. Known for such ground-breaking exhibitions as Cities on the Move (co-curated with Hans Ulrich Obrist), Out of the Center, Parisien(ne)s and the Kwangju Biennial in Korea, his work addresses questions of globalization and identity, understanding contemporary art practice as it exists beyond geographical and regional boundaries. This dense, excellent collection of his writings and interviews is divided into four sections: "From China to the International," " From 'Exile' to the Global," "Global Cities and Art," and "Interviews, Dialogues, Conversations."
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The Art of Sukhothai

This generously illustrated volume brings together the major achievements in architecture, sculpture, painting, and ceramics of this period, revealing Sukhothai's unique artistic legacy and placing Thai art firmly within its historical and ...

Author: Carol Stratton

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: UCSD:31822002987329

Category: Art bouddhique - Sukhothai (Thailande)

Page: 163

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Sukhothai, meaning "Dawn of Happiness," is the name of a Thai city, a kingdom, and an era that stretched from the mid-13th to the mid-15th century. This generously illustrated volume brings together the major achievements in architecture, sculpture, painting, and ceramics of this period, revealing Sukhothai's unique artistic legacy and placing Thai art firmly within its historical and cultural context.
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Solid State Mid Infrared Laser Sources

The current state of the art in mid-infrared fiber lasers is reviewed in this chapter.
The relevant fiber-host materials such as silicates, fluorides, chalcogenides, and
ceramics, the fiber, pump, and resonator geometries, and the spectroscopic ...

Author: Irina T. Sorokina

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540006213

Category: Science

Page: 557

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The book describes the most advanced techniques for generating coherent light in the mid-infrared region of the spectrum. These techniques represent diverse areas of photonics and include heterojunction semiconductor lasers, quantum cascade lasers, tunable crystalline lasers, fiber lasers, Raman lasers, and optical parametric laser sources. Offering authoritative reviews by internationally recognized experts, the book provides a wealth of information on the essential principles and methods of the generation of coherent mid-infrared light and on some of its applications. The instructive nature of the book makes it an excellent text for physicists and practicing engineers who want to use mid-infrared laser sources in spectroscopy, medicine, remote sensing and other fields, and for researchers in various disciplines requiring a broad introduction to the subject.
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A Companion to American Art

The Moravian painter John Valentine Haidt's “Treatise on Art,” a mid-eighteenth-
century German-language manuscript in the collections of the Moravian Archives
in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, is one such document. Excerpts from Haidt's ...

Author: John Davis

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118542491

Category: Art

Page: 680

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A Companion to American Art presents 35newly-commissioned essays by leading scholars that explore themethodology, historiography, and current state of the field ofAmerican art history. Features contributions from a balance of established andemerging scholars, art and architectural historians, and otherspecialists Includes several paired essays to emphasize dialogue and debatebetween scholars on important contemporary issues in American arthistory Examines topics such as the methodological stakes in thewriting of American art history, changing ideas about whatconstitutes “Americanness,” and the relationship of artto public culture Offers a fascinating portrait of the evolution and currentstate of the field of American art history and suggests futuredirections of scholarship
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Introduction to the Art of Programming Using Scala

... data(src)(start) } else { val mid = (start+end)/2 // Can fail for arrays over 2^30 in
length mergeSortRecur(start,mid,src) mergeSortRecur(mid,end,src) var (p1,p2,
pdest) = (start,mid,start) while(pdest<end) { if((p2>=end || comp(data(src)(p1) ...

Author: Mark C. Lewis

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781439896679

Category: Computers

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With its flexibility for programming both small and large projects, Scala is an ideal language for teaching beginning programming. Yet there are no textbooks on Scala currently available for the CS1/CS2 levels. Introduction to the Art of Programming Using Scala presents many concepts from CS1 and CS2 using a modern, JVM-based language that works well for both programming in the small and programming in the large. The book progresses from true programming in the small to more significant projects later, leveraging the full benefits of object orientation. It first focuses on fundamental problem solving and programming in the small using the REPL and scripting environments. It covers basic logic and problem decomposition and explains how to use GUIs and graphics in programs. The text then illustrates the benefits of object-oriented design and presents a large collection of basic data structures showing different implementations of key ADTs along with more atypical data structures. It also introduces multithreading and networking to provide further motivating examples. By using Scala as the language for both CS1 and CS2 topics, this textbook gives students an easy entry into programming small projects as well as a firm foundation for taking on larger-scale projects. Many student and instructor resources are available at www.programmingusingscala.net
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Midcentury Modern Art in Texas

KELLY FEARING, recalling a remark made by Otis Dozier in the mid-1940s
Facing | Figure 5.01 | Bror Utter, Untitled, July 1952, oil on canvas, 30" × 18".
Seemingly abstract with Utter's characteristic linear outlines, this belongs to his
series of ...

Author: Katie Robinson Edwards

Publisher: University of Texas Press

ISBN: 9780292756595

Category: Art

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Before Abstract Expressionism of New York City was canonized as American postwar modernism, the United States was filled with localized manifestations of modern art. One such place where considerable modernist activity occurred was Texas, where artists absorbed and interpreted the latest, most radical formal lessons from Mexico, the East Coast, and Europe, while still responding to the state's dramatic history and geography. This barely known chapter in the story of American art is the focus of Midcentury Modern Art in Texas. Presenting new research and artwork that has never before been published, Katie Robinson Edwards examines the contributions of many modernist painters and sculptors in Texas, with an emphasis on the era's most abstract and compelling artists. Edwards looks first at the Dallas Nine and the 1936 Texas Centennial, which offered local artists a chance to take stock of who they were and where they stood within the national artistic setting. She then traces the modernist impulse through various manifestations, including the foundations of early Texas modernism in Houston; early practitioners of abstraction and non-objectivity; the Fort Worth Circle; artists at the University of Texas at Austin; Houston artists in the 1950s; sculpture in and around an influential Fort Worth studio; and, to see how some Texas artists fared on a national scale, the Museum of Modern Art's "Americans" exhibitions. The first full-length treatment of abstract art in Texas during this vital and canon-defining period, Midcentury Modern Art in Texas gives these artists their due place in American art, while also valuing the quality of Texan-ness that subtly undergirds much of their production.
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The Mid Atlantic Region

The art produced within the mid-Atlantic region has been in a constant state of
change and development. From ancient Native American cultures to the present,
the Mid-Atlantic can be viewed as a heterogeneous intersection, where artists
and ...

Author: Robert P. Marzec

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0313329540

Category: History

Page: 469

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Provides alphabetically arranged entries on the architecture, art, ecology, folklore, food, religion, and recreation of each major United States region.
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Clinical Nuclear Cardiology State of the Art and Future Directions E Book

Mid anterior 8. Mid anteroseptal 9. Mid inferoseptal 10. Mid inferior 11. Mid
inferolateral 12. Mid anterolateral 1. Basal anterior 2. Basal anteroseptal 3. Basal
inferoseptal 4. Basal inferior 5. Basal inferolateral 6. Basal anterolateral 13.

Author: Barry L. Zaret

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9780323085724

Category: Medical

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Clinical Nuclear Cardiology—now in its fourth edition—covers the tremendous clinical growth in this field, focusing on new instrumentation and techniques. Drs. Barry L. Zaret and George A Beller address the latest developments in technology, radiopharmaceuticals, molecular imaging, and perfusion imaging. Thoroughly revised to include 20 new chapters—Digital/Fast SPECT, Imaging in Revascularized Patients, and more—this new edition provides state-of-the-art guidance on key areas and hot topics with stunning visuals. Online access to the fully searchable text at expertconsult.com includes highly illustrated case studies that let you see the problem using a variety of imaging modalities. In other words, this is an invaluable resource no clinician or researcher in nuclear cardiology should be without. Features an editorial and contributing team of worldwide leaders in nuclear cardiology to provide you with current and authoritative guidance. Includes a section focusing on acute coronary syndromes to provide you with practical management tools for these conditions. Presents a full-color design that allows color images to be integrated throughout the text. Includes access to the fully searchable contents of the book online at expertconsult.com, along with highly illustrated case studies that let you see the problem using a variety of imaging modalities. Features 20 new chapters including Cellular Mechanisms of Tracer Uptake and Clearance; Attenuation/Scatter Corrections: Clinical Aspects; Hybrid Imaging; Digital/Fast SPECT; Imaging in Revascularized Patients; and more. Focuses on perfusion imaging in a section dedicated to this hot topic so you get all the information you need to stay current.
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The Art Business

Along with being a dynamic economic entity, there is a case that Chindia is
emerging as a vibrant cultural region for the production, distribution, and
consumption of fine art. Since the mid-1990s art market centres have been
established in ...

Author: Iain Alexander Robertson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780415391573

Category: Art

Page: 233

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By the time you read this book, the art world may have witnessed the sale of its first $500 million painting. Whilst for some people money is anathema to art this is clearly a wealthy international industry, and a market with its own conventions and pressures. Drawing on the vast experience of Sotheby's Institute of Art, The Art Business exposes the realities of the commercial trade in fine art and antiques. Attention is devoted to the role of auction houses, commercial galleries and art museums as key institutions, with the text divided into four thematic sections covering: technical and structural elements of the art market cultural policy and management in art business regulatory legal and ethical issues in the art world the views, through interviews, of leading art market experts. This book provides a thorough examination of contemporary issues in the art business, and the mechanisms and influences which underpin its evolution. It is essential reading for students of art history or international business, or anyone with an interest in pursuing a career in this area.
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Inventing the Art Collection

See also, Belk, Collecting in a Consumer Society, 38-39, and Dianne Sachko
Macleod, Art and the Victorian Middle Class: Money and the Making of a Cultural
Identity, Cambridge, 1996, 180; both speak briefly of Balzac's and Flaubert's ...

Author: Oscar E. Vázquez

Publisher: Penn State Press

ISBN: 0271043954

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

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The pace and scale of the exchange of cultural goods of all sorts&—paintings, furniture, even ladies' fans&—increased sharply in nineteenth-century Spain, and new institutions and practices for exhibiting as well as valorizing &"art&" were soon formed. Oscar V&ázquez maps this cultural landscape, tracing the connections between the growth of art markets and changing patterns of collecting. Unlike many earlier students of collecting, he focuses not upon questions of taste but rather upon the discursive and institutional frameworks that came to regulate art's economic and symbolic worth at all levels of Spanish society. Drawing upon sources that range from newspaper reviews to notarial documents, V&ázquez shows how collecting acquired the power to mediate debates over individual, regional, and national identity. His book also looks at the emergence of a new state apparatus for arts administration and situates these social and political changes in the broader European context. Inventing the Art Collection will be of interest to historians and sociologists of Spain and Europe, as well as art historians and cultural theorists.
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They Drew as They Pleased

This volume explores the contributions of these heroes with special emphasis on the art of Lee Blair, Mary Blair, Tom Oreb, John Dunn, and Walt Peregoy.

Author: Didier Ghez

Publisher: Chronicle Books

ISBN: 9781452164137

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 224

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The 1950s and 1960s at The Walt Disney Studios marked unprecedented stylistic directions brought on by the mid-century modern and graphic sensibilities of a new wave of artists. This volume explores the contributions of these heroes with special emphasis on the art of Lee Blair, Mary Blair, Tom Oreb, John Dunn, and Walt Peregoy. It includes never-before-seen images from Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, and Sleeping Beauty and discusses Disney's first forays into television, commercials, space, and science projects—even the development of theme parks. Drawing on interviews and revealing hundreds of rediscovered images that inspired Disney's films during one of its most prolific eras, this volume captures the rich stories of the artists who brought the characters to life and helped shape the future of animation. Copyright ©2018 Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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Art for the Middle Classes

While these magazines certainly were not the only venue for the circulation of art
engravings in the decade of the 1840s, the period under study in this project,
these magazines reached larger audiences, at lower prices, than any other
venue ...

Author: Cynthia Lee Patterson

Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi

ISBN: 1604737379

Category: Social Science

Page: 176

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How did the average American learn about art in the mid-nineteenth century? With public art museums still in their infancy, and few cities and towns large enough to support art galleries or print shops, Americans relied on mass-circulated illustrated magazines. One group of magazines in particular, known collectively as the Philadelphia pictorials, circulated fine art engravings of paintings, some produced exclusively for circulation in these monthlies, to an eager middle-class reading audience. These magazines achieved print circulations far exceeding those of other print media (such as illustrated gift books, or catalogs from art-union membership organizations). Godey’s, Graham’s, Peterson’s, Miss Leslie’s, and Sartain’s Union Magazine included two to three fine art engravings monthly, “tipped in” to the fronts of the magazines, and designed for pull-out and display. Featuring the work of a fledgling group of American artists who chose American rather than European themes for their paintings, these magazines were crucial to the distribution of American art beyond the purview of the East Coast elite to a widespread middle-class audience. Contributions to these magazines enabled many an American artist and engraver to earn, for the first time in the young nation’s history, a modest living through art.Author Cynthia Lee Patterson examines the economics of artistic production, innovative engraving techniques, regional imitators, the textual “illustrations” accompanying engravings, and the principal artists and engravers contributing to these magazines.
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Conceptual Art

... of art you mean? D.B.: During the past decade we have seen, more or less
under the term postmodernism, the production and acceptance of something
which is diametrically opposed, even in ideological terms, to the spirit of the mid-
Sixties.

Author: Alexander Alberro

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 0262511177

Category: Art

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"Compared to other avant-garde movements that emerged in the 1960s, conceptual art has received relatively little serious attention by art historians and critics of the past twenty-five years - in part because of the difficult, intellectual nature of the art." "This anthology collects for the first time the key historical documents that helped give definition and purpose to the movement. It also contains more recent memoirs by participants, as well as critical histories of the period by some of today's leading artists and art historians. A good portion of the exchange between artists, critics, and theorists took place in difficult-to-find limited-edition catalogs, small journals, and private correspondence. These influential documents are gathered here for the first time, along with a number of previously unpublished essays and interviews."--Contracubierta.
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