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Snapshots of a dream

by Dario Migliorati

Opening this visual book gives the pleasant impression of stepping into a dream, while discovering a new form of art and undertaking a journey full of snapshots of unexplored scenarios, in a manner similar to...

The wider benefits of investment in cultural heritage

by Collectif

Dozens of investments have been made in cultural monuments and historic environments in the countries of South-East Europe over the last decade in accordance with the principles of the European Union and Council...

How to Write Music

by Clement A. Harris

It is reasonable to expect that a musician shall be at least an accurate and legible writer as well as a reader of the language of his Art. The immense increase in the amount of music published, and its cheapness,...

How to Dress an Apple Shaped Body

by Marie Rowland

No matter how often you hear that you look great or that you’re luckier than others, it’s still impossible to avoid the ever-present pressure to be skinny like a model on a billboard. Advertising everywhere...

How to judge architecture

by Russell Sturgis

IN trying to train the mind to judge of works of architecture, one can never be too patient. It is very easy to hinder one’s growth in knowledge by being too ready to decide. The student of art who is much...

Architecture: Classic and Early Christian

by T. Roger Smith & John Slater

This handbook is intended to give such an outline of the Architecture of the Ancient World, and of that of Christendom down to the period of the Crusades, as, without attempting to supply the minute information...

Architecture: Gothic and Renaissance

by T. Roger Smith

THE history, the features, and the most famous examples of European architecture, during a period extending from the rise of the Gothic, or pointed, style in the twelfth century to the general depression which...

Home Quick Makeovers Top Tips: Learn How to Design, Decorate and Furnish Your Ideal Home

by Amanda Eliza Bertha

Home Quick Makeovers Top Tips: Learn How to Design, Decorate and Furnish Your Ideal Home When you dream, let your mind soar. Don’t let matters such as money and location hamper the development of your ideal...

The Ultimate Gardening Guide Top Tips:Inspiration and Helpful Advice to Help You Make the Most of your Garden

by Gazella D.s. Pistorious

Many people enjoy watching hummingbirds, butterflies and other wild birds visiting their gardens. Aside from enjoying the natural wildlife, birds and butterflies can also have other benefits for your gardens....

Piano Playing : with Piano Questions Answered

by Josef Hofmann

Josef Hofmann (1876–1957) was a master of piano technique and an artist who had few equals at the keyboard. A student of Anton Rubinstein and a leading exponent of the works of Chopin, Liszt, and Schumann,...

Handbook of the Passionate Composer

by Iacopo Del Panta

A chat about music between the serious (little) and the facetious (much more) in search of the perfect form in the expression of feeling "In this book I talk about my vision of music and musical aesthetic, starting...

The End of The World

by Maria Manuel Lisboa

Our fear of the world ending, like our fear of the dark, is ancient, deep-seated and perennial. It crosses boundaries of space and time, recurs in all human communities and finds expression in every aspect of...

The Psychology of Singing

by David C. Taylor

A peculiar gap exists between the accepted theoretical basis of instruction in singing and the actual methods of vocal teachers. Judging by the number of scientific treatises on the voice, the academic observer...

For designers with their head beyond the clouds

by Annalisa Dominoni

Designing for Space provides the chance to go beyond the rules, as the designer’s expe­rimentation breaks free from conventional reference points to take on new points of view. The ability to envisage how...

The Seven Lamps of Architecture

by John Ruskin

Some years ago, in conversation with an artist whose works, perhaps, alone, in the present day, unite perfection of drawing with resplendence of color, the writer made some inquiry respecting the general means...

The Poetry of Architecture

by John Ruskin

The Science of Architecture, followed out to its full extent, is one of the noblest of those which have reference only to the creations of human minds. It is not merely a science of the rule and compass, it...

Mornings in Florence

by John Ruskin

If there is one artist, more than another, whose work it is desirable that you should examine in Florence, supposing that you care for old art at all, it is Giotto. You can, indeed, also see work of his at Assisi;...

The History and Practice of the Art of Photography

by Henry Hunt Snelling

The object of this little work is to fill a void much complained of by Daguerreotypists--particularly young beginners. The author has waited a long time in hopes that some more able pen would be devoted to the...

Familiar and Foreign: Identity in Iranian Film and Literature

by Manijeh Mannani & Veronica Thompson

The current political climate of confrontation between Islamist regimes and Western governments has resulted in the proliferation of essentialist perceptions of Iran and Iranians in the West. Such perceptions...

The Stones of Venice, Volume III

by John Ruskin

Of all the buildings in Venice, later in date than the final additions to the Ducal Palace, the noblest is, beyond all question, that which, having been condemned by its proprietor, not many years ago, to be...