Category: Original Works and Prints


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24 Hours in Cyberspace : Painting on the Walls of the Digital Cave

By: Smolan, Rick; Erwitt, Jennifer

Price: $14.72

Publisher: Indianapolis, In, U. S. A., Que: 1996

Seller ID: 003858

ISBN: 0789709252

Condition: New in New dust jacket

NEW - Still in shrink wrap. This book is the result of an unprecedented one-day event that brought together the world's top photographers, editors, programmers, and interactive designers to create a digital time capsule of online life. It features more than 200 of the most compelling photographs culled from 200, 000 images taken that day. The book presents an intimate and emotional portrait of the people whose lives have been dramatically affected by the online revolution. Included is a CD-ROM containing the entire 24 Hours in Cyberspace website; I don't know if the software will run on newer ... View more info

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Andy Warhol Nudes

By: Warhol, Andy; Nochlin, Linda

Price: $18.40

Publisher: Bergenfield, New Jersey, U. S. A., Overlook Press: 1997

Seller ID: 001771

ISBN: 0879517948

Condition: New with no dust jacket

Andy Warhol, mostly known for his pop-art, also did a number of drawings and photographs of nudes. This volume contains that material. Warhol said "Sex is so abstract. " "You can get closer to your subject, one piece at a time. " he said, apropos of some startling photo-collages of male and female nudes he created for Playboy in the 1970s. This volume includes simple drawing on flesh-colored paper and also white paper; some photographs, and full drawings of his models, although a face is rarely shown. 53 pages on heavy stock. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. View more info

Oceanic Art

By: Ambesi, Alberto Cesare

Price: $8.74

Publisher: United Kingdom, Hamlyn Publishing Group: 1970

Seller ID: 001903

ISBN: 0600367029

Condition: Fine in Near Fine dust jacket

From the time of the first Pacific explorers, the Western World has been fascinated by the romance of the South Seas. The natives of this earthly paradise inhabit a world of surprising complexity. Their lives are bounded by myths and legends which vary from area to area but are intimately dependent on the power of supernatural forces. This book is the key to this enthralling world where a prow ornament becomes the guardian spirit of a ship, a statuette becomes an ever-watchful ancestor and a painted mask becomes the temporary residence of a god. 159 pages, including 71 full color plates that d... View more info

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The Art of Ivan Gantschev: the Sun, the Moon, and Other Things

By: Gantschev, Ivan

Price: $16.56

Publisher: San Francisco, California, U. S. A., North South Books: 1994

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 001787

ISBN: 1558582312

Condition: New in Near Fine dust jacket

Gantschev's beautiful, sometimes abstract artwork is featured here along with a small note of the medium (s) used. Often paints are done in water color, often colored pencil is added. "The world is wonderful and I want to paint it again and again. We walk through this world with our three-dimensional faculty of thought. Some say that there is a fourth dimension. Is it possible to make the invisible visible by painting the visible, concrete things? Is that the fourth dimension or is that art?" About half of the illustrations were done for books, and as such are particularly inventive. T... View more info

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The Hero: Manhood and Power

By: Lash, John

Price: $8.28

Publisher: New York, Thames & Hudson: 1995

Seller ID: 002916

ISBN: 0500810478

Condition: New with no dust jacket

Out of the darkness, out of the primeval forest, comes the hero who will save the world. He is the protector, the man of invincible might. The greatest names in history and mythology of all races are those of heroes - Herakles and Samson, Perseus and St. George - who fought with monsters to rescue the eternal Woman, the princess, the anima. But the nature of these monsters changed. First, the quest turned inward, taking love, intimacy, and moral self-improvement as its aims. Eventually, it moved outward again, shifting towards the far horizons of territorial expansion and intellectual inventio... View more info