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Gold By Patrick Chilvers Munkelt
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IN 1940 AND 1941 the United Kingdom was at war with Germany and no one in the world would help. The British expecting to be overrun by Germany shipped out their total empire wealth in Gold and... More > securities to Canada some 750 to 3000 tons of gold, jewels and securities and paintings etc. They also took many of the treasures of the notable families. However this hoard that was at first protected by 200 Canadian mounted police for four years until the end of the war was found to be missing when the boxes were opened in 1945/6 and the canadians had been guarding only metal and packages of no value. The British never ever found their treasure and the Canadians stated that they had no knowledge of the switch. The USA however was not keen on the British regaining their treasure at the end of the war. This tale although fictional is founded on the events that took place and the present location of this vast wealth.< Less
Black Gold By Robert Girandola
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A combination of paintings and prose which describe the creative process behind this three painting series. Made at the height of the second Gulf War, it juxtaposes innocent images from childhood... More > along with adult struggles with fear and loss< Less
Black Gold By Robert Girandola
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A combination of paintings and prose which describe the creative process behind this three painting series. Made at the height of the second Gulf War, it juxtaposes innocent images from childhood... More > along with adult struggles with fear and loss< Less
Philippa's Gold By Jennifer Patton
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After a tragic loss, Philadelphia artist Philippa Stuart Sutter must decide whether to return to the safety of her parents’ home or forge a new life in San Francisco during the Gold Rush... More > period. Her passion for her art inspires her to blaze a new frontier, yet supporters of her striking painting technique are not always loyal. She discovers that shadow and light are easier to define on canvas than in life. Laden with rich characters engaged in stimulating encounters, Philippa’s Gold is a lively story that depicts the enthusiasm and struggles felt by fortune seekers in Northern California during the 1850s. Molly Gorman seamlessly weaves in intriguing interactions with historical figures such as John Sutter, Collis Huntington and William Tecumseh Sherman to help color Phillippa’s self discoveries.< Less
Luana Stauffer, Path of Gold, Paintings From the Journey to Self By Luana Stauffer
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Original paintings and stories by Luana Stauffer
Democracy --- The Painted Whore --- An Extremist Explains War, Drugs, Guns, God, Gold and Santa Claus By Hal O'Boyle
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Funny, extreme, always provocative essays on the illusions and delusions of America's Imperial Age. Refreshingly incorrect and entertaining. There is something in this book to intrigue, annoy or... More > offend almost everyone. Get a copy before it's banned or confiscated by the Department of Homeland Security. (Carry a copy on a commercial airliner at your own risk.) It makes a better gift than a bottle of screw top wine and you can claim you thought it was a guide to New York brothels. You'll learn little known facts about people and things you never even thought you were interested in. People like Charles Ponzi and Franklin Roosevelt; St. Nicholas and Peter the Hermit; Ben Franklin and Massasoit; and things like why arming our children is a good idea, and why licensing ferret breeders is a bad one. Collected essays written for his weekly column "The Extremist," published in Key West the Newspaper and elsewhere.< Less
Democracy --- The Painted Whore --- An Extremist Explains War, Drugs, Guns, God, Gold and Santa Claus By Hal O'Boyle
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Funny, extreme, always provocative essays on the illusions and delusions of America's Imperial Age. Refreshingly incorrect and entertaining. There is something in this book to intrigue, annoy or... More > offend almost everyone. Get a copy before it's banned or confiscated by the Department of Homeland Security. (Carry a copy on a commercial airliner at your own risk.) It makes a better gift than a bottle of screw top wine and you can claim you thought it was a guide to New York brothels. You'll learn little known facts about people and things you never even thought you were interested in. People like Charles Ponzi and Franklin Roosevelt; St. Nicholas and Peter the Hermit; Ben Franklin and Massasoit; and things like why arming our children is a good idea, and why licensing ferret breeders is a bad one. Collected essays written for his weekly column "The Extremist," published in Key West the Newspaper and elsewhere.< Less
Nikolai Ge: Paintings By Daniel Coenn
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Nikolai Ge was a Russian realist painter famous for his works on historical and religious motifs. He was born to a Russian noble family of French origin; his grandfather immigrated to Russia in the... More > 18th century. Nikolai graduated from the Imperial Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg in 1857 with a gold medal. His painting “The Last Supper” (1863) made such a strong impression on public that Ge was made a professor of Imperial Academy of Arts. In 1864 he painted a big picture “Messengers of the Resurrection”. The new religious painting at that time was not much of a success, and the Imperial Academy refused to exhibit it in its annual exhibition. “Peter the Great Interrogates Tsarevich Alexey at Peterhof” (1871) was a great success, but other historical paintings were met without interest. Ge took the cold response to his work very hard. In the early 1880s he returned to art producing religious paintings and portraits of his contemporaries. His late paintings had sad and dramatic fate.< Less
Gold Applications: A Technology Review By Charles Lewton-Brain
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This paper documents the results of a research project for the Society of North American Goldsmiths. It describes fusion applications (gold painting), doublée, Keum-boo, depletion gilding... More > (tumbaga, guanin), inlay and overlay procedures and it discusses fire gilding. Control factors for free compositional choice are defined and demonstrated. That is, the information is treated as a way of creating patterns and pictures by inlaying gold and other materials into metal surfaces. 44 pages. B/W diagrams.< Less
Gold Applications: A Technology Review By Charles Lewton-Brain
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This paper documents the results of a research project for the Society of North American Goldsmiths. It describes fusion applications (gold painting), doublée, Keum-boo, depletion gilding... More > (tumbaga, guanin), inlay and overlay procedures and it discusses fire gilding. Control factors for free compositional choice are defined and demonstrated. That is, the information is treated as a way of creating patterns and pictures by inlaying gold and other materials into metal surfaces. 44 pages. B/W diagrams.< Less