|Welcome to Image Makers On-Line Gallery's on-line bookstore. In association with Barnes and Noble, we now have our own online bookstore. We have decided to offer this service to increase the content of our site and to offer a new service to our customers. At the bottom of this page you will find a search engine that will let you search for any books that may be of interest to you on the Barnes and Noble data base. Also at the bottom of the page you will find some links to other book pages located on this site.|
|The Artist's Way: A Spiritual
Path to Higher Creativity
Essential reading for anyone with creative inclinations. Its comforting advice and 12-week program will free and activate the creative juices.
|The Gilded Edge
"Frames," writes Annette Blaugrund, "function as decorative borders, as supports, and as protection for paintings. They call attention to the enclosed art and even reflect light on it." The art of framing is fostering increased scholarship, generating greater interest, and inspiring more collectors than ever before.
Unencumbered by the gimmickry that sometimes embellishes her witty portraits of Hollywood's elite, Liebovitz lets her ambitious subject—an entire gender, no less—speak for itself in this coffee-table portrait collection. And it does so eloquently.
Simon Schama gives us a comprehensive history of the painter and his times. This lavishly illustrated volume explores the world of the Dutch master and his contemporaries in rich detail.
|Winslow Homer Watercolors
Outstanding research on Homer's watercolors makes this 1986 exhibition catalog the definitive study. . . .Cooper(curator at Yale) is particularly illuminating on Homer's technique and its progress throughout his life.
|Norman Rockwell: A Classic
From his first Saturday Evening Post cover in 1916 to his death in 1978, Norman Rockwell commanded a unique position in American art. As the master of the photorealistic illustration he knew no peer.
|Nudes - Egon Schiele
Early 20th-century Viennese society wasn't ready for Egon Schiele. His honest depictions of the naked human form went so far beyond the demure views of the nude in the 19th century that he was eventually imprisoned for being immoral.
|Walker Evans, American Photographer
In a new volume, National Book Award-winning biographer James Mellow reveals the impassioned life of Walker Evans, an artist who turned photography away from the aesthetic and toward the truth.
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