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Whistler By T. Martin Wood
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Whistler by T. Martin Wood ; MASTERPIECES IN COLOUR EDITED BY T. LEMAN HARE. . Published 1908. This scarce antiquarian book. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as blurred pictures.... More > Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment to protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature.< Less
Whistler's Wind By John Clarke
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Join our friend the sailor as he encounters a very adventurous journey across the seas, and a very mystical wind that may help him along the way! Recommended ages: K-6
The Rise of Whistler By Tommy Kearney
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In the East of London at the end of the red line and a bus ride, the cockney sparrows live a segregated life away from the pearly sparrows on the other side of the forest. Whistler, a young pearly... More > sparrow crosses over the silver birch border into the forbidden forest. There he meets Shoreditch, a beautiful cockney sparrow. He soon learns that the cockney sparrows have a much better way of life. If Whistler and Shoreditch can unite, via matrimony, they can end the apartheid and bring the two colonies of cockneys and pearlys together. They dream of living in peace and not war. The second story in the Tales of the New River Series. Tales from the New River Series Cockney Sparrow Corner The Rise of Whistler The Battle for Highbury Corner< Less
Whistler's Brother By Nancy Elvira
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The answer to John Stockton’s dream to sail the world arrives early, in the form of a job as a fireman on a tugboat in Cleveland. Prosperity seems to come easy to John and he becomes quite a... More > success story. Captain Stockton has everything he could ever want. John becomes sidetracked while visiting his brother in Ireland and in a matter of weeks, his world is turned upside down. He returns to Cleveland, but is haunted by hasty decisions and thoughts of what could have been. Then one afternoon, on a leisure ferry cruise along Edgewater Park, he spots a beautiful lakefront parcel of land; it gives him hope that it might not be too late to find true happiness. It doesn't take long for the captain to realize that the property and the home he envisions is far more than a simple house with a yard. Set in turn-of-the-twentieth-century Cleveland, in an era where knob and tube wiring is state of the art, this third book in the Edgewater story is the foundation on which the entire series is built upon.< Less
Long Way Home - A Memoir By Terry Whistler
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Mr. Whistler reminisces about his experiences in Republic of Niger, West Africa as a Peace Corps volunteer from 1974-1976.
Cowboy Odyssey By Terry Whistler
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Narrative biography of Clyde Whistler, his adventures, his exploits, his successes and his failures, ranging from Depression-era America to the turbulent 1960s.
Me To You Poetry By Jackie Whistler
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All my poems are personal to friends and family, given to them at their weddings, christenings, wedding anniversaries and birthdays
Me To You Poetry By Jackie Whistler
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All my poems are personal to friends and family, given to them at their weddings, christenings, wedding anniversaries and birthdays
James Whistler: His Palette By Arron Adams
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James Abbott McNeill Whistler was The American painter, etcher, and lithographer who created a new set of principles for the fine arts, favored "art for art's sake", and introduced a... More > delicate style of painting in which atmosphere and mood were the main focus. Establishing himself as a painter in Paris and London, Whistler developed his distinctive style, utilizing muted colors and simple forms. His masterpiece is largely credited as "Whistler's Mother" ("Arrangement in Grey and Black No. 1"). His work later provided the inspiration for Oscar Wilde's novel The Picture of Dorian Gray (1890).< Less
James Whistler: Paintings By Daniel Coenn
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James Abbott McNeill Whistler was American painter, etcher, and lithographer who created a new set of principles for the fine arts, favored "art for art's sake", and introduced a delicate... More > style of painting in which atmosphere and mood were the main focus. Establishing himself as a painter in Paris and London, Whistler developed his distinctive style, utilizing muted colors and simple forms. His paintings are notable for their clarity of design and distinctive loosely, airy manner. In later years Whistler devoted himself increasingly to etching, drypoint, lithography, and interior decoration. Portraits, printmaking, and small oil landscapes also continued to absorb his energy. His masterpiece is largely credited as "Whistler's Mother" ("Arrangement in Grey and Black No. 1"). His work later provided the inspiration for Oscar Wilde's novel The Picture of Dorian Gray (1890).< Less