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by Henrik Ibsen
Hedda Gabler
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Gedda Gabler, first of all, the daughter of her father, General Gabler, who, apparently, was an outstanding person. She would like to become like him. But female lack of freedom interferes with her. Hedda could choose with her motto, “Don't Touch Me.” She is one of those who are organically disgusted by not only physical, but also spiritual human “touch”, even if it comes to a man with whom, as she herself thinks, she is in love. This man is Eilert Levborg, now a successful author. Everything earthly for her went and is ugly. She needs beauty. She is looking for a hero, which, of course, is...
Number of pages: ~ 164 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.7/5

by Leonardo Da Vinci
Thoughts on Art and Life
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  • Arts
  • 2016
  • Autor: Leonardo Da Vinci
A book that allow us to travel through da Vinci's thoughts and will forever shift your own thinking to an amazing perspective... "Leonardo had found a refuge in art from the pettiness of material environment. Like his own creations, he, too, had learned the secret of the inner life. The painter, he wrote, could create a world of his own, and take refuge in this new realm. But it must not be one of shadows only. The very mystery he felt so keenly had yet to rest on a real foundation; to treat it otherwise would be to plunge into mere vapouring. Although attempting to bridge the gulf which...
Number of pages: ~ 228 pages
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by Leonardo Da Vinci
The Drawings of Leonardo da Vinci
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  • Arts
  • ???
  • Autor: Leonardo Da Vinci
A reproduction of the original book published in 1877. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book....
Number of pages: ~ 378 pages
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by Leonardo Da Vinci
A Treatise on Painting
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  • Arts
  • 1651
  • Autor: Leonardo Da Vinci
The young student should, in the first place, acquire a knowledge of perspective, to enable him to give to every object its proper dimensions: after which, it is requisite that he be under the care of an able master, to accustom him, by degrees, to a good style of drawing the parts. Next, he must study Nature, in order to confirm and fix in his mind the reason of those precepts which he has learnt. He must also bestow some time in viewing the works of various old masters, to form his eye and judgment, in order that he may be able to put in practice all that he has been taught....
Number of pages: ~ 186 pages
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by William Loftus Hare
Watts (1817-1904)
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  • Arts
  • 2017
  • Autor: William Loftus Hare
In July of 1904 the eighty-seven mortal years of George Frederick Watts came to an end. He had outlived all the contemporaries and acquaintances of his youth; few, even among the now living, knew him in his middle age; while to those of the present generation, who knew little of the man though much of his work, he appeared as members of the Ionides family, thus inaugurating the series of private and public portraits for which he became so famous. The Watts of our day, however, the teacher first and the painter afterwards, had not yet come on the scene. His first aspiration towards monumental...
Number of pages: ~ 52 pages
Amazon Rating ~ ~3.2/5