Publisher: Dover Publications; F First Edition edition (September 1, 1978)
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Size: 5.7 MB
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males in unusual flying machines … Mysterious veiled girls … unique animals, birds, bugs, crops … Eerie faces … fabulous technological units … strange landscapes, cityscapes, moonscapes … childrens, undefined, Victorian structures, and interiors … Over three hundred genuine and strikingly visible nineteenth-century engravings chosen from infrequent periodicals, books, and catalogs, relationship in general from 1870 to 1900, and necessary for collagists, advertisement and picture artists, designers, illustrators, and others.These infrequent images, either actual and imagined, of relics, rituals, humans, animals, and geometric shapes and designs offer much-needed fabric for college and illustrations — fabric of the best quality that's tough if now not most unlikely to discover in other places. There are 25 full-page scenes of historical, common, and town vistas which are best as historical past for collages and different tasks. the entire images are sharply outlined and obviously revealed on one facet of every web page to permit for optimum use in their strains and textures and to put off the opportunity of "show-through."The illustrations have been selected through the well known collagist Jim Harter, whose paintings has seemed in TheNew York instances, long island journal, and different guides. Mr. Harter's artistry is clear in his number of photographs that — along with being worthy as ornamental or illustrative parts — have a robust visible influence and symbolic power. Line engravings provide specified textural traits, and as Mr. Harter writes, they "have a dream-like caliber that different fabric can't duplicate." Mr. Harter’s advent provides a quick historical past of university in addition to directions on thoughts and fabrics and an summary of his personal point of view at the paintings. to demonstrate a number of the methods those nineteenth-century cuts can be utilized, six collages composed solely of pictures from this e-book are integrated.