10 edition of The passion artist found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PZ3.H3132 Pas 1979, PS3558.A82 Pas 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||185 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||79020559|
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Set in an imaginary European city, The Passion Artist takes us into the dream-like interior world of Konrad Vost, a middle-aged widower grieving for his dead wife, devoted to his schoolgirl daughter, and obsessed with the memory and the fate of his mother, who is an inmate in the citys prison.
When Vost discovers that his daughter has become a prostitute, and that the/5. Yet, there is a logical path that leads from Klemens von Klemperer's comprehensive, historical account of the German anti-nazi resistance to his last book entitled The Passion of a German Artist: Käthe Kollwitz, which he wrote whilst in his mid-nineties/5(4).
In The Passion of Artemisia Vreeland steps up a gear and delivers a tale which contains some of the most wonderful descriptive passages I've ever read.
Having finished the book I went and checked out some books with photos of Artemisia's paintings and Judith, Cleopatra and Lucrezia were just as I'd imagined them in the by: 2.
KIRKUS REVIEW. Hawkes (Travesty) may have changed publishers (from experimental to mainline), but he's still dispensing purposeful perversity: the best The passion artist book it here is hypnotic, a series of chill psychological landscapes; some of it is merely silly.
Konrad Vost is a pharmacist in an unnamed East European city of unbelievable drabness. --William Gaddis, author of The Recognitions What an ambitious undertaking.
The Passion Artist is a symbolic journey of the familiar territory men and women dispute between them, a rich philosophical observation of the differences in our sexes and the overwhelming need for compassion and love. The Passion of a German Artist book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
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This could be a thick historical novel but it /5. The Passion is given its first genuinely comprehensive treatments in painting in Giotto's frescoes for the Arena Chapel in Padua, and in Duccio di Buoninsegna's monumental Maestà.
Both artists illustrate the significant moments of the story, as drawn from the four Gospels and from the stories that grew up around these scriptural writings.
First edition (publ. Bloomsbury Press) The Passion is a novel by British novelist Jeannette Winterson. The novel depicts a young French soldier in the Napoleonic army during as he takes charge of Napoleon's personal larder.
The novel won the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize. He is the author of 26 books mainly on the interface of Christian faith and the wider culture, including the arts, and he is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.
He is the author of The Passion in Christian Art (Ashgate, ). His book Art and the Beauty of God. Never have I witnessed a more moving and thoughtful portrayal of Jesus birth, ministry, passion and resurrection.
The descriptions with each work were exceptional, briefly telling the story illustrated, exploring the paintings, reflecting on the artist's /5(33). Genre/Form: Fiction Novels (texts) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hawkes, John, Passion artist. New York: Harper & Row, © This unpretentious book is packed with large beautifully presented paintings by a wide variety of artists.
From Ruben's washing of the disciples feet, Caravaggio's kissed betrayal, Rembrandt's trial, Carracci's unbearable flaellation, (Duccio, El Greco, Tiepolo, Bosch, Michelangelo, etc.) to Gruenewald's metaphysical by: 3. ‘Gail Levin’s book is the first full-length account of the artist’s life, from her émigré beginnings in Brooklyn to the male-dominated New York art scene where she developed a dynamic, fractured style.
He is the author of The Passion in Christian Art (Ashgate, ). His book Art and the Beauty of God, (Continuum ) was chosen as a book of the year by the late Anthony Burgess in The Observer.
His most recent books include The Re-enchantment of Morality (SPCK), was which was shortlisted for the Michael Ramsey prize for theological writing. the passion of christ passion of the christ We've shipped over 1 million items worldwide for our ,+ artists.
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The greater danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short; but in setting our aim too low, and achieving our mark. The book, "America—Celebration," published in , presents 61 paintings from the artist's "America" series as a tribute to the United States, the artist's adoptive country.The Book of Passion - Passion.
Love. Romance. The great stories throughout history have always included some elements of these, and now the s. Passion. Love. Artist(s) Jacob Blackmon, Emily Mottesheard, Peter Bradley, Liz Courts, Marc Curlee, Indi Martin, W Fraser Sandercombe.