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Encyclopaedia of 20th Century Architecture
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Frank Stella - Out Now!，又去查其1984年的哈佛大學演講書：
Working Space (The Charles Eliot Norton Lectures 1984)
Tes said that 'some books are so beautifully produced and contain such superb images that even before one starts reading they have an entrancing quality that makes ownership essential. ['Architecture in Wood'] is such a volume.'
[Credit: Will Pryce]
[Credit: Will Pryce]
現代建築事典 東京：鹿島出版社，1972 (根據美日版)
現代建築事典 台北：東華書局，1992 東海大學 建築硏究中心編
If not for a bout of appendicitis, Henri Matisse may have lived the quiet life of a lawyer and remained unknown to the world. In 1890 Matisse took up painting during his convalescence at the advanced age of 20. He soon abandoned the study of law and became a regular presence in the studios of salon painters like Adolphe-William Bouguereau and Gustave Moreau. He took every opportunity to draw from live models and attended a range of public and private art schools to make up for his lack of youthful training. At age 30 Matisse was forced out of the Paris École des Beaux Arts on the grounds of his age.
Up to this point, Matisse had paid close attention to the palette and painting practices of the impressionists. He began to move past the influence of that style and emerged in 1904 as a leader of a group of artists that came to be known as the Fauves, or wild beasts. The Fauves were noted for their use of bright colors in place of naturalistic hues and expressive brushstrokes. Throughout his career, Matisse retained his interest in the human form and the use of color, form, pattern and line to enliven a painting.
www.improvisedlife.com/2013/02/07/evolution-of-a-matisse-in-13-drawings/Feb 7, 2013 - The Met's exhibition Matisse, In Search of True Painting shows the evolution in skteches of The Dream and the artsit's process.
Enjoy this first look at The Artist Project, our upcoming book published in collaboration with The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 120 of the world’s most influential artists discuss the artwork that inspires them. See the Met's legendary collection through their eyes.