Two opthamologists examine the affect of vision and eye disease on art, analyzing the works of such great artists as Claude Monet, Georgia O'Keefe, Edgar Degas, James Thurber, Georges Seurat, and El Greco.
A tale of self - discovery, unrequited love and brotherly friendship emanated from a strong foundation of hope and love. This is an artist's journey from a boy to a young man in a world filled with the unexpected and challenges. Jason Hendrickson is a graduate of the University of the West Indies with a Visual Arts Degree (B.A. Hons) who has worked for Trinidad and Tobago's most notable advertising agencies: Corbin Communications and Lonsdale Saatchi and Saatchi. He has also been mentored by the country's best Visual Artists and his writing is just a wonderful addition.
An Exploration of County Wicklow's Historic Gardens, C.1660-c.1960
Author: Patricia Butler
Publisher: Wordwell Books
A collection of paintings and photographs of the beautiful and historic gardens of County Wicklow, Ireland. The images are accompanied by quotations from travel writers who have visited over the years.
Where medical science and artistic philosophy meet, you will find The Eye of the Artist. It offers a collection of essays and artworks that show the constraints which human vision places upon artistic creation - and the triumph of artistic talent over human vulnerability.