Architecture In Watercolor

Author: Thomas Wells Schaller
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
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Thomas Schaller here discusses watercolour's role as both formgiver and depictor of architecture. He also explains basic techniques and explores modern uses of watercolour to enhance competition entries and convey the qualities of unbuilt buildings.

Focus On Watercolor

Author: Timothy J. Clark
Publisher: Watson-Guptill
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Discusses the basic techniques of watercolor painting and provides tips on light, shadow, color, and subjects

New York S Golden Age Of Bridges

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Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0823253082
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Bridges to me are a connection, not just joining two landmasses, but an emotional state, one that acts as an invisible thread binding the past and future. --Antonio Masi In New York's Golden Age of Bridges, artist Antonio Masi teams up with writer and New York City historian Joan Marans Dim to offer a multidimensional exploration of New York City's nine major bridges, their artistic and cultural underpinnings, and their impact worldwide. The tale of New York City's bridges begins in 1883, when the Brooklyn Bridge rose majestically over the East River, signaling the start of America's "Golden Age" of bridge building. The Williamsburg followed in 1903, the Queensboro (renamed the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge) and the Manhattan in 1909, the George Washington in 1931, the Triborough (renamed the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge) in 1936, the Bronx-Whitestone in 1939, the Throgs Neck in 1961, and the Verrazano-Narrows in 1964. Each of these classic bridges has its own story, and the book's paintings show the majesty and artistry, while the essays fill in the fascinating details of its social, cultural, economic, political, and environmental history. America's great bridges, built almost entirely by immigrant engineers, architects, and laborers, have come to symbolize not only labor and ingenuity but also bravery and sacrifice. The building of each bridge took a human toll. The Brooklyn Bridge's designer and chief engineer, John A. Roebling, himself died in the service of bridge building. But beyond those stories is another narrative--one that encompasses the dreams and ambitions of a city, and eventually a nation. At this moment in Asia and Europe many modern large-scale, long-span suspension bridges are being built. They are the progeny of New York City's Golden Age bridges. This book comes along at the perfect moment to place these great public projects into their historical and artistic contexts, to inform and delight artists, engineers, historians, architects, and city planners. In addition to the historical and artistic perspectives, New York's Golden Age of Bridges explores the inestimable connections that bridges foster, and reveals the extraordinary impact of the nine Golden Age bridges on the city, the nation, and the world.

Watercolor In Architectural Design

Author: Ronald J. Kasprisin
Publisher: Van Nostrand Reinhold Company
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Contents: Watercolor: A Medium for Design Communication; Fundamentals; Execution; Elements of Cityscape, and more. Extensive Appendixes that include materials and equipment as well as manufacturers. Index.

On This Day In South Dakota History

Author: Brad Tennant
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625857640
Size: 29.78 MB
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South Dakota is quietly nestled in the grasslands and Black Hills, but its history is far less hidden. One day at a time, author Brad Tennant presents intriguing, event-driven anecdotes of state history. On July 17, 1925, the state American Legion passed a resolution to initiate American Legion baseball. On April 29, 1930, Congress passed an act honoring the deceased chiefs of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and the valiant men who made the supreme sacrifice in service in World War I. Celebrate an entire year of history in the Mount Rushmore State or enjoy it one day at a time.

Architectural Illustration In Watercolor

Author: Stephan Hoffpauir
Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications
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Offers examples of architectural illustration in watercolor and discusses techniques and equipment, color theory, and the integration of environmental and textural elements into finished illustrations

Reflections Of Nature

Author: Donald Burton Kuspit
Publisher: Abbeville Pr
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Sun-dappled carp, radiant blossoms, and tumultuous waters are among the wonders and mysteries of nature captured in Joseph Raffael's brilliant close-up paintings.

Painting Dynamic Watercolors

Author: Domenic DiStefano
Publisher: Art Instruction Assoc
ISBN: 9780929552156
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Unusually whenever the author goes out to paint he always finishes the piece. He reveals his intriguing techniques, secrets and thoughts in this highly illustrated guide to watercolour painting.'