The Natural Art of Sudiction

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Natural Art

Smithson's Gravel Mirror with Cracks and Dust (1968) is an example of land art existing in a gallery space rather than in the natural environment. It consists of a pileof gravel by the side of a partially mirrored gallery wall.

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Natural art

It triggers a sudden interest for natural beauty. Therefore, in plain green foliage, details such as leaves are viewed as unique. Each branch becomes a beauty. The work is a suggestion for hikers busy talking or thinking. Land art ...

Author: Youn Le Ru

Publisher: Quinquis-Quere

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This educational book is for everybody. It explains what is land-art, how to enjoy it and how to teach others—kids and adults—to appreciate it. Land art is an ephemeral art linking two worlds, the contemporary world and nature’s world. It is both a creative luxury and poetry. It brings the artist closer to nature and its beauty.
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Art Science and the Natural World in the Ancient Mediterranean 300 BC to AD 100

After all , the Laterculi Alexandrini juxtaposed lists of places and landmarks with lists of sculptors and painters , demonstrating that fields as diverse as geography and the visual arts could happily coexist within a single roll .

Author: Joshua James Thomas

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780192844897

Category: Art

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The first monograph-length study on the intersection of art, science, and the natural world in Hellenistic and Roman times. Examines a series of mosaics, wall-paintings, and papyri surviving from the period 300 BC - AD 100, setting them in their historical and cultural context.
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The Natural Sciences and the Arts

ACTA UNIVERSITATIS UPSALIENSIS FIGURA Uppsala Studies in the History of Art . Nova Series Editor: Allan Ellenius 1. Idea and Form. Studies in the History of Art by Ake Bengtsson, Per Bjurstrom, Teddy Brunius, Allan Ellenius, ...

Author: Allan Ellenius

Publisher: Coronet Books Incorporated

ISBN: UVA:X001020023

Category: Art

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Natural Art Forms

English] Natural art forms : 120 classic photographs / Karl Blossfeldt. p. cm. “This Dover edition . . . is an unabridged republication of the work ñrst publisbed by E. Wayhe, New York, in 1932 under the title 'Art forms in nature., ...

Author: Karl Blossfeldt

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 9780486400037

Category: Art

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Unique, dramatic images of seed pods, buds, stems, and other botanical items appear in this remarkable collection. Excellent source of royalty-free pictures and design ideas for artists, craftspeople. 120 full-page black-and-white plates.
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The Encyclop dia Britannica

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature, with New Maps and Original American Articles by Eminent Writers ... Setting fire , or attempting artificial is natural - Art has no independent powers of its own : to set fire to ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105119900236

Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries

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The American Journal of Science and Arts

ART . XXIII . — On the crystallization of natural Hydrated Terpin from California ; by JOHN M. BLAKE . SOME crystals , from a buried pitch - pine log , were handed me for examination by Prof. S. W. Johnson , of the Sheffield Scientific ...

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044102904224

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The Politics of Aristotle

14 PROPERTY -- NATURAL ACQUISITION . ... And so , in one point of view , the art of war is a natural art of acquisition , for it includes hunting , an art which we ought to practise against wild beasts , and against men who , though ...

Author: Aristotle

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924005693456

Category: Political science

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Urban Transformations

The vitality of art is possible only in confrontation and opposition to middle class values. ... to engage in their 'natural' creative act of producing babies, and the art of homemaking—a move which further supports the maximisation of ...

Author: Ian Bentley

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134796366

Category: Architecture

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Cities affect every person's life, yet across the traditional divides of class, age, gender and political affiliation, armies of people are united in their dislike of the transformations that cities have undergone in recent times. The physical form of the urban environment is not a designer add-on to 'real' social issues; it is a central aspect of the social world. Yet in many people's experience, the cumulative impacts of recent urban development have created widely un-loved urban places. To work towards better-loved urban environments, we need to understand how current problems have arisen and identify practical action to address them. Urban Transformations examines the crucial issues relating to how cities are formed, how people use these urban environments and how cities can be transformed into better places. Exploring the links between the concrete physicality of the built environment and the complex social, economic, political and cultural processes through which the physical urban form is produced and consumed, Ian Bentley proposes a framework of ideas to provoke and develop current debate and new forms of practice.
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