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portraits By Sohma G. Dawling
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Portraiture using only low quality webcams and yet yielding astonishing results. Portraits of people close to the author at the time the shots were taken with a message of her love for the subjects.... More > Printed on higher quality photopaper and in colour.< Less
TIONG BAHRU – Portraits of History IV, Book 2 (With Colour Sketches) By Meng Foo Choo
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The sketches set out to capture these multifaceted aspects of Tiong Bahru, which are not just limited to its architectural conservation merits, but its food, the people, the details indicating the... More > trace of practices and perhaps unraveling the sign which would cajole the collective memory of the past or present residents whether Singaporeans or foreigners. It is in this direction that I construe my ink sketches. Of course, due to my training in architecture and urban design, my observation and understanding weighted towards its spatiality, be it the transient or the permanence. I hope to be able to unravel the Genius Loci of Tiong Bahru, a term borrowed from Christian Norberg-Schulz. (With some colour sketches.< Less
TIONG BAHRU Portraits of History IV Book 2 (The Colour Sketches) By Meng Foo Choo
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The sketches set out to capture these multifaceted aspects of Tiong Bahru, which are not just limited to its architectural conservation merits, but its food, the people, the details indicating the... More > trace of practices and perhaps unraveling the sign which would cajole the collective memory of the past or present residents whether Singaporeans or foreigners. It is in this direction that I construe my ink sketches. Of course, due to my training in architecture and urban design, my observation and understanding weighted towards its spatiality, be it the transient or the permanence. I hope to be able to unravel the Genius Loci of Tiong Bahru, a term borrowed from Christian Norberg-Schulz. More review here, http://www.gridlines.sg/articles/details/59#sthash.oBUvf8T6.WWgbs9e5.dpbs< Less
Truths and Disguises: an Anthology of Portraits By jasmine blatt
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This is a collection of portraits created since 2006. Reccurent themes are disguise, drag and general over the top-ness. The images are very much based on performance and role playing.
Truths and Disguises: an Anthology of Portraits By jasmine blatt
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This is a collection of portraits created since 2006. Reccurent themes are disguise, drag and general over the top-ness. The images are very much based on performance and role playing.
Portraits of the House of Ripperda - A Catalogue By Charles F. Ponsonby
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This is a catalogue of the numerous portraits of members of the historically significant, noble house of Ripperda and their immediate relatives. It contains 48 pages of detailed descriptions as well... More > as beautiful colour images.< Less
April 2017 Colour Album By Ian McKenzie
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Ian McKenzie conducts regular photo shoots in south east Queensland. This album contains the photographs from shoots during April 2017.
Spring with Colours, Fall with Night By Chris Bishop
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Digital photography and B&W film shot during 2008.
Arcimboldo: 125 Colour Plates By Maria Peitcheva
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Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1526 – 1593) was an Italian painter best known for creating imaginative portrait heads made entirely of objects such as fruits, vegetables, flowers, fish, and books.... More > Arcimboldo's conventional work, on traditional religious subjects, has fallen into oblivion, but his portraits of human heads made up of vegetables, plants, fruits, sea creatures and tree roots, were greatly admired by his contemporaries and remain a source of fascination today. At a distance, his portraits looked like normal human portraits. However, individual objects in each portrait were actually overlapped together to make various anatomical shapes of a human. They were carefully constructed by his imagination. Besides, when he assembled objects in one portrait, he never used random objects. Each object was related by characterization. By using everyday objects, the portraits were decoration and still-life paintings at the same time.< Less
Gainsborough: Drawings Colour Plates By Maria Peitcheva
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Thomas Gainsborough was an English portrait and landscape artist, the most versatile English painter of the 18th century. He was the most inventive and original, always prepared to experiment with... More > new ideas and techniques. Gainsborough alone among the great portrait painters of the era also devoted serious attention to landscapes. Unlike Reynolds, he was no great believer in an academic tradition and laughed at the fashion for history painting; an instinctive painter, he delighted in the poetry of paint.< Less

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