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A History of Pictures: From the Cave to the Computer Screen

10.600 Ft
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Informed and energized by a lifetime of painting, drawing and making images with cameras, David Hockney, in collaboration with the art critic Martin Gayford, explores how and why pictures have been made across the millennia. What makes marks on a flat surface interesting? How do you show movement in a still picture, and how, conversely, do films and television connect with old masters?

Juxtaposing a rich variety of images – a still from a Disney cartoon with a Japanese woodblock print by Hiroshige, a scene from an Eisenstein film with a Velázquez painting – the authors cross the normal boundaries between high culture and popular entertainment, and make unexpected connections across time and media. Building on Hockney’s groundbreaking book Secret Knowledge, they argue that film, photography, painting and drawing are deeply interconnected. Insightful and thought provoking, A History of Pictures is an important contribution to our appreciation of how we represent our reality. This new edition has a revised final chapter with some of Hockney’s latest works, including the stained-glass window in Westminster Abbey.

Gyártó: Thames & Hudson
Szállítási díj: 1.669 Ft
Várható szállítás: 2024. május 27.

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ISBN 978-0500094235
Borító Paperback
Kiadás éve 2020
Kiadó Thames & Hudson
Múzeumi kollekciók Magyar Nemzeti Galéria
Nyelv English
Oldalszám és illusztrációk 368 pages with illustrations in colour
Szerző David Hockney, Martin Gayford