Singular Visions

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ISBN: IND:39000005564690
Release Date: 1985
Number of pages: 47
Author: Alyce Assael
Publisher: Guild Hall Museum

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Leonardo da Vinci

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ISBN: UOM:39015048101003
Release Date: 1996
Number of pages: 168
Author: Martin Clayton
Publisher: Abbeville Pr

Download and read online Leonardo da Vinci in PDF and EPUB The full range of Leonardo's genius is revealed in this elegant book, which reproduces for the first time many unfamiliar drawings from the masters hand as well as more widely known works. Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) was arguably the greatest draftsman in the history of Western art. Best known as a painter, he also excelled as sculptor, architect, musician, anatomist, botanist, engineer, geologist, and mapmaker. But since he completed few of his projects, most of his work is known to us only through his drawings and notes. This selection of 100 sheets from the collection at Windsor Castle are presented in five sections covering major periods of Leonardo's life. Included in Martin Clayton's authoritative text is a discussion of the master's drawing materials, the development of his style, and the types and functions of his drawings.


A Singular Vision

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ISBN: 1593720432
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 255
Author: Tom Armstrong
Publisher: Quantuck Lane Press& the Mill rd

Download and read online A Singular Vision in PDF and EPUB A modernist dream house filled with art in a spectacular seaside garden setting.


A Singular Vision Harry Seidler

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ISBN: 9781743099001
Release Date: 2016-12-01
Number of pages: 384
Author: Helen O'Neill
Publisher: HarperCollins Australia

Download and read online A Singular Vision Harry Seidler in PDF and EPUB The power, passions and private life of the architect who shaped modern Australia - shortlisted for the 2015 National Biography Awards Harry Seidler was a key figure in international modern architecture and in the establishment of post-war modern design in Australia - a man who effectively shaped the look of modern, urban Australia. But while many know his buildings, few know his fascinating story. Born in Austria to an affluent Jewish family, he fled the looming Nazi threat at the age of 15. Separated from his parents, Harry escaped to England as a refugee, only to be imprisoned with his older brother as an enemy alien during the war and sent to Canada. Within the confines of internment camps, architecture became both his passion and his salvation. Upon his release Harry studied in Canada and at Harvard in the United States under Bauhaus master Walter Gropius. In 1948, he agreed to come to Australia, where his family had found sanctuary, to design a home for his parents. That dwelling, Rose Seidler House, represented a huge shift in Australian modern domestic architecture. It was followed by a succession of innovative house designs and landmark office commissions, such as Australia Square and the MLC Centre, which changed the skyline of Australia's cities. A Singular Vision is the compelling story of a brilliant and controversial architect's extraordinary life, his vision, his influence, and his many towering achievements. Shortlisted for the 2015 National Biography Award 'O'Neill's book deftly brings together these two sides of Seidler - the personal and professional - in a way that makes the book's main protagonist more human and more flawed but at the same time, admirable and formidable in the professional battlefield that was and continues to be architectural practice' Australian Book Review 'A wonderful biography ... sharp and illuminating ... O'Neill has breathed fresh life into Seidler's legacy ... [this book] has ample appeal for both the architecture world and general readers' The Australian Jewish News


A Singular Vision

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ISBN: 1904537782
Release Date: 2007
Number of pages: 144
Author: Alison James
Publisher: Sansom & Company

Download and read online A Singular Vision in PDF and EPUB Biography of Dod Procter, artist known for her monumental figure paintings, sympathetic studies of the female form and the painting of still lifes.


A Singular Vision

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ISBN: OCLC:27079468
Release Date: 1984
Number of pages: 51
Author: Exposition
Publisher:

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A singular vision

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ISBN: UCSD:31822036225688
Release Date: 2009-04-01
Number of pages: 207
Author: Jess Wilder
Publisher: Prestel Pub

Download and read online A singular vision in PDF and EPUB Located near Bond Street since 1959, the Portal Gallery is an unpretentious venue for paintings by up-and-coming as well as established artists. For half a century, its patrons have been enthusiastic collectors of the gallery's unusual pictures, which lean toward the fantastic, magical and surrealoften with a dash of humor. This book brings together the most significant works exhibited at the Portal and features artists such as Beryl Cook, whose rotund figures and risqu themes are famous throughout Britain, the renowned Pop artist Peter Blake, who exhibited with the Portal in the 1960s, and Kit Williams, whose paintings from his book Masquerade in 1977 made him world famous overnight. Today the paintings of Portal artists such as Jane Lewis, James McNaught and Heather Nevay attract ever-new audiences, confirming the continued appeal of exquisitely executed, imaginative, figurative work amid the passing fashions of the contemporary art market. Illustrated throughout, this book offers a thematic chronicling of a gallery whose mission is to nurture artists who share a flair for the unconventional.


A Singular Vision the A G Coombs Story

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ISBN: 064693032X
Release Date: 2015-04-30
Number of pages: 200
Author: Marcella Hunter
Publisher:

Download and read online A Singular Vision the A G Coombs Story in PDF and EPUB A Singular Vision is the 70-year corporate history of A.G. Coombs, one of Australia's leading building services companies. Headquartered in Melbourne, Victoria, the company was founded by Allan George Coombs in 1945 at the end of the Second World War. Determined and ambitious, Allan initially started out as a one-man plumbing business, but by the mid-1950s had grown his company to around thirty employees, while expanding its services to offer heating, ventilating and air conditioning. A.G. Coombs installed the plumbing at Melbourne?s Olympic Village, which would eventually become home to thousands of athletes during the 1956 Oympic Games in Melbourne [the company would later move out of the general plumbing area]. A.G. Coombs? next major project was the installation of air conditioning and mechanical services at the old Royal Children's Hospital in Parkville, Melbourne (then recognised as Australia's largest mechanical services contract when completed in 1963). Other significant projects include Collins Place, the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, the Melbourne Central Office Tower, 120 Collins Street (BHP headquarters), the ANZ Bank?s global headquarters at Docklands, the Melbourne Recital Centre, the Peter Doherty Institute of Medical Research in Melbourne, the new Royal Children's Hospital in Parkville, the John Gorton Building in Canberra and Queensland University's Oral Health Centre. A.G. Coombs is currently involved in the Barangaroo South development in Sydney (currently Australia's biggest commercial development). The late Allan Coombs was one of the driving forces in the air conditioning and mechanical services industry in Australia. He was the founding president of the Air Conditioning and Mechanical Contractors Association (AMCA), and his contributions to the industry, particularly his tireless work in developing training opportunities for young apprentices, was recognised in 1979 when he was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM).


Harry Seidler

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ISBN: 0732299934
Release Date: 2014-09-01
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Author: Helen O'Neill
Publisher:

Download and read online Harry Seidler in PDF and EPUB The critically acclaimed authorised biography of Australia's most influential architect, now available at a great new price, without slipcase as a traditional hardback. Harry Seidler, a stylish, decisive and highly opinionated man, was a key figure in international modern architecture and in the establishment of post-war modern design in Australia. He emerged as Australia's preeminent architect, the man who effectively shaped the look of modern, urban Australia. While many know his buildings, few know his fascinating story. Born in Austria to an affluent Jewish family, his world fell apart when as a young boy he had to flee the looming Nazi threat. Without family and without a word of English, he escaped to England. Later, cruelly, he was interned as an enemy alien during the war, and sent to Canada. During his time in the Canadian camp, he virtually taught himself architecture, and once the war was over, studied in Canada and at Harvard in the United States. His parents moved to Australia after the war, and in 1948, Harry came to Australia in response to their invitation to design a house for them. The house he built for them, now known as the Rose Seidler House, represented a huge shift in Australian modern domestic architecture. It was soon followed by a succession of innovative house designs, He followed these with amibitious, towering office blocks, such as Australia Square and the MLC Centre, forever changing the skyline of Australia's cities. Without Harry Seidler, our cities and homes would look very, very different. A lavishly illustrated, stylish and beautifully designed book, A Singular Vision is a celebration of one man's extraordinary life, his influence, and his many towering achievements.


Visions and Healing in the Acts of the Apostles

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ISBN: 0814627978
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 194
Author: John J. Pilch
Publisher: Liturgical Press

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Singular Vision

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ISBN: OCLC:901355586
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 429
Author: Haboldt & Co (New York, N.Y.)
Publisher:

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Singular vision s

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105000371430
Release Date: 1991
Number of pages: 53
Author: Sandy Ballatore
Publisher:

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A singular vision

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ISBN: OCLC:272550228
Release Date: 2000
Number of pages: 44
Author: Bernard Meninsky
Publisher:

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Software for Your Head

Filename: software-for-your-head.pdf
ISBN: 0201604566
Release Date: 2002
Number of pages: 435
Author: Jim McCarthy
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional

Download and read online Software for Your Head in PDF and EPUB Most people have experienced--at least once in their lives--the incomparable thrill of being part of a great team effort. They can remember the unity of purpose they experienced, the powerful passion that inspired them, and the incredible results they achieved. People who have been on a great team can attest that the difference between being on a team with a shared vision and being on a team without one is the difference between joy and misery. In 1996, Jim and Michele McCarthy, after successful careers leading software development teams at Microsoft and elsewhere, set out to discover a set of repeatable group behaviors that would always lead to the formation of a state of shared vision for any team. They hoped for a practical, communicable, and reliable process that could be used to create the best possible teams every time it was applied. They established a hands-on laboratory for the study and teaching of high-performance teamwork. In a controlled simulation environment, their principle research and teaching effort--the McCarthy Software Development BootCamp--challenged dozens of real-world, high-tech teams to produce and deliver a product. Teams were given a product development assignment, and instructed to form a team, envision the product, agree on how to make it, then design, build, and ship it on time. By repeating these simulations time after time, with the new teams building on the learning from previous teams, core practices emerged that were repeatedly successful. These were encoded as patterns and protocols. Software for Your Head is the first publication of the most significant results of the authors' unprecedented five-year investigation into the dynamics of contemporary teams. The information in this book will provide a means for any team to create for itself a compelling state of shared vision. 0201604566B09042001


The Pan American Imagination

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ISBN: 9780813936673
Release Date: 2014-12-15
Number of pages: 288
Author: Stephen M. Park
Publisher: University of Virginia Press

Download and read online The Pan American Imagination in PDF and EPUB In the history of the early twentieth-century Americas, visions of hemispheric unity flourished, and the notion of a transnational American identity was embraced by artists, intellectuals, and government institutions. In The Pan American Imagination, Stephen Park explores the work of several Pan American modernists who challenged the body of knowledge being produced about Latin America, crossing the disciplinary boundaries of academia as well as the formal boundaries of artistic expression—from literary texts and travel writing to photography, painting, and dance. Park invests in an interdisciplinary approach, which he frames as a politically resistant intellectual practice, using it not only to examine the historical phenomenon of Pan Americanism but also to explore the implications for current transnational scholarship.