COOKE, HL: Painting Techniques of the Masters

Painting Techniques of the Masters: Painting Lessons from the Great Masters, Revised and Enlarged Edition, book coverCooke, Hereward Lester. Painting Techniques of the Masters: Revised and Enlarged Edition. Watson-Guptill, 1972. ISBN: 0823038637. Unmarked. Some edge wear on dust jacket. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#29111)

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Includes 100 color plates and 195 black/white illustrations. Includes practice exercises.

Topics include line in painting, rendering three-dimensional form, color theory and practice, technical procedures, studying Old Masters techniques, and more. Bibliography. Index.

Published in cooperation with the National Gallery of Art and written by its Curator of Painting at that time. 272p. Measures 8.25×11 inches.

PANOFSKY, E: Early Netherlandish Painting Its Origins and Character (2 volumes)

Early Netherlandish Painting Its Origins and Character (2 volumes), spinesPanofsky, Erwin. Early Netherlandish Painting Its Origins and Character (2 volumes). Icon Editions, 1971. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#28793)

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These two volumes are taken from Panofsky’s 1947-1948 Charles Eliot Norton lectures at Harvard University.

Volume One has 573pp+30 B/W plates. Also includes notes, bibliographic references, diagrams and an index.

Volume Two contains 334 B/W plates.

IONE, A: Knot String Theory, But … (Original Oil Painting on canvas by Amy Ione).

Knot String Theory, But … (Original Oil Painting on canvas by Amy Ione), paintingIone, Amy. Knot String Theory, But … (Original Oil Painting on canvas by Amy Ione). 2002. Handmade. Original Artwork. (#28098) $1,200.00

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Original, evocative oil painting on canvas. Shades of blue, rust, and white tones. Measures 42.5×18.5 inches. Oil on Canvas. Unframed.

Sale includes a signed certificate of authenticity. String theory modifies our understanding of spacetime and the gravitational force.

This painting indirectly comments on the spacetime modification, which is characterized by remarkable rearrangements of its basic structure. According to the theory, this requires the fabric of spacetime to tear apart and subsequently reconnect.