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Toulouse By frederic chazal
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The Blood of Toulouse By James Bourne
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“...James Bourne's English language translation of Maurice Magre's lost Cathar masterpiece is a literary event of the first degree. This epic gothic fantasy, reminiscent of the very best of... More > Tolkien, Mervyn Peake or Robert E. Howard, is all the more powerful for its basis in meticulously researched historical fact and Magre's intimate knowledge of the landscape and culture his words so richly evoke. His first person account of the last stand of the Cathars is vast, vivid and noble, his incantatory prose poetic and savage by turns, his vision and message uncompromising in its purity. 'The Blood of Toulouse' opens a window into a dark, medieval world lit by the holy hellfire of the Inquisition and illuminated by timeless dreams and desires making it essential reading for aficionados of the fantastic as well as all those who would seek to understand this little known but pivotal turning point in European history, the apocalyptic chain of events that lead to the death of the age of chivalry. ..”< Less
The Blood of Toulouse By James Bourne
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“...James Bourne's English language translation of Maurice Magre's lost Cathar masterpiece is a literary event of the first degree. This epic gothic fantasy, reminiscent of the very best of... More > Tolkien, Mervyn Peake or Robert E. Howard, is all the more powerful for its basis in meticulously researched historical fact and Magre's intimate knowledge of the landscape and culture his words so richly evoke. His first person account of the last stand of the Cathars is vast, vivid and noble, his incantatory prose poetic and savage by turns, his vision and message uncompromising in its purity. 'The Blood of Toulouse' opens a window into a dark, medieval world lit by the holy hellfire of the Inquisition and illuminated by timeless dreams and desires making it essential reading for aficionados of the fantastic as well as all those who would seek to understand this little known but pivotal turning point in European history, the apocalyptic chain of events that lead to the death of the age of chivalry. ..”< Less
A Microsoft Life By Stephen Toulouse
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Join long time Microsoft employee Stephen "Stepto" Toulouse as he guides you through 15 years of being a geek at Microsoft in "A Microsoft Life"
A Microsoft Life (eBook Edition) By Stephen Toulouse
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With over 15 years at the Microsoft Corporation, Stephen "Stepto" Toulouse has been witness to some amazing and fun things. Enjoy a journey through the eyes of a geek working at one of the... More > most important companies in the world as he walks you through events both large and small. Just don't get caught in the Redmond reality distortion field! What others are saying about "A Microsoft Life": "Any self-respecting geek needs to read this book. Stepto provides an enjoyable and entertaining insight of life inside Microsoft." - Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb, Director of Programming for Xbox LIVE "Anyone who lived through the adolescent years of the computer revolution will alternate between laughing and crying (from laughing) at these great stories from inside the monolith. - Ken Denmead, NYT Bestselling Author, and editor of Geekdad.com< Less
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Toulouse Lautrec: 310 Plates By Maria Tsaneva
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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec is best known as a chronicler of the nightlife of late 19th century Paris. He used to frequent the nightclubs and cafés of Montmartre, befriending the dancers and... More > prostitutes, making countless sketches as they comb their hair or just lie in bed. Toulouse-Lautrec did not picture the world of the dancers and prostitutes from outside: he just lived in that world. From time to time he rented a room in a brothel, where he made drawings of the prostitutes and their clientele. With only a few pencil strokes Toulouse-Lautrec renders a mood and a character. The men in his drawings and posters are often caricatures of power with large protruding chins and noses and big fat faces. By contrast his women are drawn with much warmth and empathy.< Less
Toulouse Lautrec: His Palette By Arron Adams
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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec is best known as a chronicler of the nightlife of late 19th century Paris. He used to frequent the nightclubs and cafés of Montmartre, befriending the dancers and... More > prostitutes, making countless sketches as they comb their hair or just lie in bed. Toulouse-Lautrec did not picture the world of the dancers and prostitutes from outside: he just lived in that world. From time to time he rented a room in a brothel, where he made drawings of the prostitutes and their clientele. With only a few pencil strokes Toulouse-Lautrec renders a mood and a character. The men in his drawings and posters are often caricatures of power with large protruding chins and noses and big fat faces. By contrast his women are drawn with much warmth and empathy.< Less
Toulouse-Lautrec: Paintings By Daniel Coenn
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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was French painter, printmaker, draftsman and illustrator with enormous productivity - more than 1000 paintings, 5000 drawings, and 350 prints and posters. He suffered a... More > debauchery and alcoholism and after mental and physical collapse died at the age of 37. His life has inspired numerous authors. His imaginary style is highly linear and gives huge accent to contour. He frequently applied the paint in long, thin brush strokes which would often leave much of the board on which they are painted showing through. Many of his works may best be described as drawings in colored paint. Although exhibitions of his paintings were not well received in his lifetime, Toulouse-Lautrec is nowadays one of the world's most popular artists and is represented in most of the museums of Europe and the United States. He is sometimes classified as great Post-Impressionist along with Cézanne, Van Gogh and Gauguin.< Less
Toulouse-Lautrec: Drawings By Daniel Coenn
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Toulouse-Lautrec painted quickly, using its neutral tone and conveying action and atmosphere in a few economical strokes. In later years graphic works took precedence and his paintings were often... More > studies for lithographs. In Toulouse-Lautrec’s drawings of dancers and horses, his dancers appear like from a few twists and whirls. He does not draw the dancer, but her movement. He is best known as a storyteller of the nightlife of Paris. Toulouse-Lautrec did not only picture the world of the dancers and prostitutes from outside view: he just lived in that world. He frequently charged a room in a brothel, where he made drawings of the prostitutes and their clientele. The men in his drawings and posters are often caricatures but, by contrast, the women are drawn with much warmth and empathy; with only a few pencil strokes Toulouse-Lautrec renders their mood and a character.< Less