A History of Pictures: From the Cave to the Computer Screen (ENG)

David Hockney , Martin Gayford
Běžná cena: 649 Kč
Sleva: 12%
Akční cena: 572 Kč
Produkt momentálně nelze objednat
Dostupnost: Nedostupné
Info Když teď objednám,
kdy zboží obdržím?
Hlídat dostupnost a cenu »
Kód: D0530897
EAN: 9780500094235
Nakladatel: Thames & Hudson
Vazba: měkká
Počet stran: 368
Rok vydání: 2020
Jazyk: Anglicky
Kategorie: Dějiny výtvarného umění

„Dobré knihy jsou opravdu dobré, nakupuji zde opakovaně a vždycky jsem spokojený. Nejinak tomu bylo i nyní :-)“

A History of Pictures: From the Cave to the Computer Screen 572 CZK Nové

A new, compact edition of David Hockney and Martin Gayford’s brilliantly original book, with a revised final chapter and three entirely new Hockney artworks. I wont read a more interesting book all year ... utterly fascinating --AN Wilson, The Sunday Times Informed and energized by a lifetime of painting, drawing and making images with cameras, David Hockney, in collaboration with the art critic Martin Gayford, explores how and why pictures have been made across the millennia. What makes marks on a flat surface interesting? How do you show movement in a still picture, and how, conversely, do films and television connect with old masters? Juxtaposing a rich variety of images – a still from a Disney cartoon with a Japanese woodblock print by Hiroshige, a scene from an Eisenstein film with a Velázquez painting – the authors cross the normal boundaries between high culture and popular entertainment, and make unexpected connections across time and media. Building on Hockney’s groundbreaking book Secret Knowledge, they argue that film, photography, painting and drawing are deeply interconnected. Insightful and thought provoking, A History of Pictures is an important contribution to our appreciation of how we represent our reality. This new edition has a revised final chapter with some of Hockney’s latest works, including the stained-glass window in Westminster Abbey. Read More A magic flight of a book … It’s a measure of Hockney’s vividness of perception that he can always put a cap on Gayford’s knowledge … Fabulous! Clive James, Guardian Enormously good-humoured and entertaining… Hockney asks big questions about the nature of picture-making and the relationship between painters and photography in a way that no other contemporary artists seems to Andrew Marr, New Statesman An eloquent conversational testimony to the vividness of life lived through intelligent looking. You will see Caravaggio and Citizen Kane with fresh eyes Daily Telegraph Crisps up perceptions and help readers to look anew The Times Contents List 1. Pictures, Art and History 2. Pictures and Reality 3. Making Marks 4. Shadows 5. Picturing Space and Time 6. Brunelleschi’s Window and Alberti’s Mirror 7. Mirrors and Reflections 8. Paper, Paint and Multiplying Pictures 9. Painting the Stage and Staging Paintings 10. Caravaggio and the Academy of the Lynx-Eyed 11. Vermeer and Rembrandt: the Hand, the Lens and the Heart 12. Truth and Beauty in the Age of Reason 13. The Camera Before and After 1839 14. Photography, Truth and Painting 15. Painting with and without Photography 16. Snapshots and Moving Pictures 17. Movies and Stills 18. The Unending History of Pictures About the Author David Hockney is considered one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century. He has produced work in almost every medium - painting, drawing, stage design, photography and printmaking - and has stretched the boundaries of all of them. Born in Bradford, England, in 1937, Hockney attended art school in London before moving to Los Angeles in the 1960s. There, he painted his famous swimming pool paintings. In a 2011 poll of more than 1,000 British artists, Hockney was voted the most influential British artist of all time. He continues to create and exhibit art.Martin Gayford is art critic for The Spectator and the author of acclaimed books on Van Gogh, Constable and Michelangelo. He is the author of Man with a Blue Scarf, Rendez-vous with Art and A Bigger Message. He has collaborated with David Hockney on A Bigger Message: Conversations with David Hockney and A History of Pictures, and has co-written a volume of travels and conversations with Philippe de Montebello: Rendez-vous with Art.

MOJE KNIHOVNY

  Adresa odběru Poplatek Kdy bude zboží připraveno?
Praha 7, V Háji 15 ZDARMA Nelze objednat
Zásilkovna.cz 59 Kč Nelze objednat
  Způsob dopravy Cena dopravy Kdy zboží obdržím?
Balík Do ruky 69 Kč Nelze objednat
Balík Na poštu 69 Kč Nelze objednat
PPL v České Republice 115 Kč Nelze objednat
PPL na Slovensku 400 Kč Nelze objednat
Balík Do balíkovny 59 Kč Nelze objednat
Uvedené ceny jsou včetně DPH
  Způsob platby Cena platby
Na prodejně ZDARMA
Bankovním převodem předem ZDARMA
Dobírka 39 Kč
Dobírka 39 Kč
Dobírka 19 Kč
VISA / Master Card ZDARMA
PLATBA 24 – Česká spořitelna od 10 Kč
GE Money Bank od 10 Kč
ePlatby pro eKonto - Raiffeisenbank od 10 Kč
MojePlatba – Komerční banka od 10 Kč
mPenize - mBank od 10 Kč
ČSOB od 10 Kč
ERA od 10 Kč
Sberbank od 10 Kč
Fio banka od 10 Kč
PaySec od 10 Kč
Masterpass od 10 Kč
Edenred 39 Kč
Benefity 39 Kč
Twisto ZDARMA
Hotově na pobočce Zásilkovna 25 Kč
Gallery Beta 39 Kč
Uvedené ceny jsou včetně DPH

HODNOCENÍ UŽIVATELŮ

Přidejte své hodnocení:
1. Vyberete si platbu přes Twisto a dokončete objednávku.
2. Knihy vám dorazí domů bez placení.
3. Můžete číst, platíte až za 14 dní. (Bankovním převodem, kartou nebo hotově)

Chceme být fér a zároveň vás bavit čtením. K poskytování služeb, personalizaci reklam a analýze návštěvnosti používáme soubory cookie.
Používáním webu Dobre-knihy.cz s tím souhlasíte. Další informace