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50 Secrets of Magic Craftsmanship

Author : Salvador Dali
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Sensible artistic advice and lively personal anecdotes in rare important work by famed Surrealist. Filled with Dali's outrageous egotism and unconventional humor, insights into modern art and his own drawings in the margins.

50 Secrets of Magic Craftsmanship

Author : Amanda Game
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In 2017, two leading jewellery experts, curator and writer Amanda Game and designer and teacher Professor Dorothy Hogg MBE, curated 50 Secrets of Magic Craftsmanship for Elements 3 (a festival of jewellery, silver & gold). They invited 50 artists and designers from around the world to contribute a work, or series of works, to the exhibition. Each artist was invited on the basis of their ability to balance interesting ideas, skillful craftsmanship and a fresh and exciting approach to a wide range of materials and techniques.

Salvador Dal Or the Art of Spitting on Your Mother s Portrait

Author : Carlos Rojas
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Among the many books written on or by Salvador Dalí, this is the first to give a complete, well-documented picture of his life and art. Carlos Rojas's approach to Dalí is somewhere between biography, Freudian analysis, and art and literary interpretation. Dalí is haunted from earliest childhood by the specter of his elder brother who died as a toddler shortly before Dalí was conceived (both brothers and the father bore the same name), as he is haunted by the devouring phantom of his mother, that praying mantis on whose portrait he would like to spit. Dalí is seen as endlessly struggling to affirm his identity and existence. A combination of genius, madman, neurotic, and spoiled brat, Dalí is illuminated by his work, while the known facts of his life, his own writings, those of his sister, and of others, are used to analyze the paintings, which are described in considerable detail. Rojas also provides sustained analyses of Dalí's relationships, including his influential amorous and intellectual affair with Federico García Lorca.

Downloading from Eternity

Author : Jan Mirsbach
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For more than 500 years numerous scientists, philosophers and art experts have tried to solve the mystery of Dürers Solid. Nobody has been able to come up with a unique solution to the design of the figure yet. Until now! In this book is given a unique geometric and mathematical solution to one of the great geometric mysteries of early Renaissance. It is a relatively simple solution, but even more interesting is where does the solution come from?

Salvador Dal and the Surrealists

Author : Michael Elsohn Ross
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Examines the lives and creative work of the surrealist artist Salvador Dalí and other artists and friends who shared his new ways of exploring art. Features art activities that engage the subconscious thoughts and spontaneity of the reader.

Salvador Dal

Author : Salvador Dalí
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The grand scope of works shown here impart a full sense of the brilliance of the surrealist master.

The Cumulative Book Index

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A world list of books in the English language.

Book Auction Records

Author : Frank Karslake
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A priced and annotated annual record of London, New York and Edinburgh book-auctions.

M E A N I N G

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AB Bookman s Weekly

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Saturday Review

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The American Book Collector

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Dali

Author : Conroy Maddox
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Viewing Surrealism not as an art movement but as a complete way of life, Maddox provides fresh insight into the enigmatic artist's life and works, including his "objects," films, and happenings

Dali

Author : Robert Descharnes
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Cyprus To day

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The Publishers Weekly

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Contemporary Authors

Author : Cynthia R. Fadool
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Entries contain personal and career information on contemporary authors as well as their published writings and work in progress

Magazine of Art

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Huxford s Old Book Value Guide

Author : Bob Huxford
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Lists the current value of twenty-five thousand old books, and provides addresses for bookbuyers, arranged by subject speciality

Dali A i

Author : Robert Radford
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This thought-provoking book re-evaluates the work of one of the most notorious, provocative and visually influential artists of the twentieth century. Robert Radford traces Salvador Dali's career from the crucial early years in Spain, to membership of the Surrealist group in 1930s Paris, and then on to New York and Hollywood, where his purposefully extravagant behaviour made him a media star. The influential figures in his life - Federico Garcia Lorca, Luis Bu�uel and his wife Gala - are introduced as the book explores Dali's diverse work as painter, writer, film-maker, illustrator, jewellery designer, myth-maker and performance artist.