Gathers previously uncollected cartoons and humorous stories
Author: James Thurber
Publisher: Library of America
Gathers the naturalist and artist's journals, memoirs, and letters, as well as a selection of his well-known bird illustrations.
Author: John James Audubon,Christoph Irmscher
Mervyn Peake (1911-1968) was a prolific and astonishingly original writer and artist, who touched at one time or another on almost every literary form. Peake¹s Progress is a selection, compiled by his widow, Maeve Gilmore, from every period of his work as a writer and draughtsman. It contains a remarkable work from childhood. ?The White Chief of the ?Umzimbooboo Kaffirs,¹ the early ?Mr. Slaughterboard,¹ which foreshadows the Titus books, two plays, ?the Wit to Woo¹ and ?Noah¹s Ark,¹ a broadcast version of ?Mr. Pye,¹ and a generous selection of Peake¹s short stories, poems and nonsense verses as well as his drawings. Including a new preface written by Mervyn Peake¹s son, Sebastian, this edition of Peake¹s Progress is published to coincide with the centenary of Peake¹s birth.
Selected Writings and Drawings of Mervyn Peake
Author: Mervyn Peake,Maeve Gilmore
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
An anthology which includes poems, fables, plays, short stories, and cartoons.
Writings and Drawings for the Child in Us All
Author: Jonathan Cott
Publisher: Summit Books
Hans Keller's text and Milein Cosman's vibrant illustrations combine to produce a unique and enlightening book on Stravinsky.
Writings, Prints and Drawings
Author: Hans Keller,Milein Cosman
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd
Children’s everyday text making is remarkable in its very ordinariness. This book investigates the multiple ways in which children make meaning as they draw and write – in copying, online messaging, spelling ‘mistakes’, shading, layout – at home and at school, on the page and on the screen.
The Remarkable in the Unremarkable
Author: Diane Mavers
Creative wanderings of a Renaissance man.
A Collection of Writings and Drawings
Author: MD Andre Churchwell
‘Shall have to be about all night, for have charge of this particular bit of trench. Have now made close acquaintance with the brilliant lights we have seen breaking over No Mans Land. They are fired from a large pistol, one of which I have in my pocket now, also a supply of cartridges for same. On anything the least bit suspicious happening out in front during the hours of darkness, a shot from this pistol fired up in the air after the style of a rocket will produce a very brilliant light lasting over half a minute as it falls to the earth. It is a very useful affair, for the imagination absolutely runs riot during the darkness. The night is hardly half gone, but have used 12 or 14 cartridges already to convince the boys that there is nothing moving "out there".Lance Corporal Henry Buckle’s drawings and writings are a window onto the Western Front as one man saw it. His charming colour sketches are a rare and exquisite insight into trench life that cannot fail to amuse and move the observer. This book truly allows you to experience the Great War at first hand.
Writings and Drawings from the Trenches
Author: Henry Buckle,David Read
Publisher: History PressLtd
Joyce Wieland (1930-1998) is legendary for her contribution to the development of contemporary visual arts in Canada. A self-described `cultural activist' she is best known for celebrating Canadian national identity and bringing forward feminist issues within the predominantly male art culture of the time. Initially a painter and filmmaker, she also embraced traditional women's media such as quilts and sewn collages. In her mind, the landscape and ecology of Canada was female. Issues of gender and nationality were interchangeable. Concern with the protection of Canadian confederation and gender issues would repeatedly surface in her quilts, films and assemblages. Wieland was left in the care of an older sister after the death of both of her parents. She took solace in drawing and creating comic strips. During her high-school years, she was encouraged to enroll in the visual art program. Later, work as a graphic designer and at an animation house provided her with techniques that would be used in future art production. In 1956, Wieland married the artist Michael Snow. Two years later, she had her first solo show and, by 1961, she was represented by Toronto's leading art dealer, Avrom Isaacs, of the Isaacs Gallery. Wieland then immersed herself in the New York art scene, relocating there with Snow in 1962. She turned to the underground filmmaking community. Most of her own films were made during her stay in the city and shown at local festivals. Many of Wieland's ideas, including nationalism and feminism were formulated in New York during this time away from Canada. Cooling Room II (1964) shows the influence of American pop culture and filmmaking on her work. Alongside a toy airplane and an image of a sinking ship, a heart cut out of red material hangs to dry on a clothesline. A series of coffee cups with lipstick stains mark the passage of time. The predominance of red and white suggest an equation between heartbreak, disaster and the colours of the Canadian flag. Confedspread (1967), playfully composed of numerous sewn squares of colorful plastic and synthetic fillers, is Wieland's first attempt at using the quilt format as a vehicle of expression. More quilts would follow: Reason Over Passion (1968) echoed the words of Pierre Trudeau. Her retrospective at the National Gallery in 1971 was its first ever for a living woman artist. In it, she introduced ideas of artistic collaboration to the public by contracting groups of sewers to help create the quilts. Joyce Wieland's prolific career lasted over thirty years and established her as an icon of Canadian art history. She is credited with introducing ideas and breaking conventions that contributed significantly to the development of contemporary art in Canada.
Writings and Drawings 1952-1971
Author: Joyce Wieland
Publisher: Government Printing Office
Birds were “the objects of my greatest delight,” wrote John James Audubon (1785–1851), founder of modern ornithology and one of the world’s greatest bird painters. His masterpiece, The Birds of America depicts almost five hundred North American bird species, each image—lifelike and life size—rendered in vibrant color. Audubon was also an explorer, a woodsman, a hunter, an entertaining and prolific writer, and an energetic self-promoter. Through talent and dogged determination, he rose from backwoods obscurity to international fame. In This Strange Wilderness, award-winning author Nancy Plain brings together the amazing story of this American icon’s career and the beautiful images that are his legacy. Before Audubon, no one had seen, drawn, or written so much about the animals of this largely uncharted young country. Aware that the wilderness and its wildlife were changing even as he watched, Audubon remained committed almost to the end of his life “to search out the things which have been hidden since the creation of this wondrous world.” This Strange Wilderness details his art and writing, transporting the reader back to the frontiers of early nineteenth-century America.
The Life and Art of John James Audubon
Author: Nancy Plain
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
Category: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY
This study is an effort to understand why writing and drawing were so important to Leonardo da Vinci, who, over the course of his lifetime, filled about 15,000 pages with texts and images. Focusing on the fragmentary and chaotic character of his notes, Robert Zwijnenberg also examines the influence of important cultural developments during the Italian Renaissance, as well as the work of fellow intellectuals such as Cusanus, Alberti, Taccola, and Francesco di Giorgio Martini. Zwijnenberg's study sheds new light on linear perspective and anatomy, the artist's most favored fields of study.
Order and Chaos in Early Modern Thought
Author: Robert Zwijnenberg,Leonardo (da Vinci)
This fun Journal starts the writer out with a table of contents page for logging and organizing drawings and writings, followed by prompts to help personalize their book. Inside, there are dashed midline handwriting pages with drawing space. The alphabet is printed on the back cover and inside of the book on tracing and writing practice pages at the back (last pages). The practice pages are for both print and cursive. If the young writer has not yet begun to learn cursive, this is a fun way to introduce them. This is a fun and cute handwriting activity book that can help young ones write neater while having fun drawing and creating stories. This is the best draw and write journal!· 80 Sheets 160 Pages· 8.5x11 in. - 1⁄2 in Rule, 1⁄4 in Dotted, Dashed Midline· Traditional Handwriting Book with Dashed Midline· Tracing Practice Pages for Print & Cursive· Drawing and Writing Space· Table of Contents to Organize Writings/Drawings· Compatible with: D'Nealian and Zaner-Bloser Styles· Teacher to Student Gift· Educational Gift· My 1st Diary7 Writing LinesHandwriting Practice Pages: Educational Activity Book with Dot Dashed Midline on Paper.Print and Cursive Primary Notebook; Grade School Student Worksheets (with Space to Write and Draw Pictures)pre-k, young fives, k-4, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th grade school students (homeschool)Pretty Bright Fall Colorful Flower Cover
Educational Writing and Drawing Handwriting Activity Workbook
Author: Dakota Sky Journals
Publisher: Little Flower Collage
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
This fun Journal starts the writer out with a table of contents page for logging and organizing drawings and writings, followed by prompts to help personalize their book. Inside, there are dashed midline handwriting pages with drawing space. The alphabet is printed on the back cover and inside of the book on tracing and writing practice pages at the back (last pages). The practice pages are for both print and cursive. If the young writer has not yet begun to learn cursive, this is a fun way to introduce them. This is a fun and cute handwriting activity book that can help young ones write neater while having fun drawing and creating stories. This is the best draw and write journal!
Author: Kai Journals
Publisher: Independently Published
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
An increased public and academic interest in drawing and sketching, both traditional and digital, has allowed drawing research to emerge recently as a discipline in its own right. In light of this development, Writing on Drawing presents a collection of essays by leading artists and drawing researchers that reveal a provocative agenda for the field, analyzing the latest work on creativity, education and thinking from a variety of perspectives. Writing on Drawing is a forward-looking text that provokes enquiry and shared understanding of contemporary drawing research and practice. An essential.
Essays on Drawing Practice and Research
Author: Steve Garner
Publisher: Intellect Books
Taking a stand midway between Piaget's constructivism and Fodor's nativism, Annette Karmiloff-Smith offers an exciting new theory of developmental change that embraces both approaches. She shows how each can enrich the other and how both are necessary to a fundamental theory of human cognition. Karmiloff-Smith shifts the focus from what cognitive science can offer the study of development to what a developmental perspective can offer cognitive science. In Beyond Modularity she treats cognitive development as a serious theoretical tool, presenting a coherent portrait of the flexibility and creativity of the human mind as it develops from infancy to middle childhood. Language, physics, mathematics, commonsense psychology, drawing, and writing are explored in terms of the relationship between the innate capacities of the human mind and subsequent representational change which allows for such flexibility and creativity. Karmiloff-Smith also takes up the issue of the extent to which development involves domain-specific versus domain-general processes. She concludes with discussions of nativism and domain specificity in relation to Piagetian theory and connectionism, and shows how a developmental perspective can pinpoint what is missing from connectionist models of the mind.
A Developmental Perspective on Cognitive Science
Author: Annette Karmiloff-Smith
Publisher: MIT Press