The only colors on Degas were green and powder white. He couldn't help but wonder how all those film crews missed what he was seeing. He continued down the street, saddened by the boarded up storefronts that had outlived their glory ...
Author: Louis Llovio
Clearwater, Florida a tropical paradise where sunshine is a way of life. A beach town where families come to live out their vacation dreams on the sandy beaches of Florida's West Coast. But there's a teeming underbelly to this idyllic postcard-friendly town-an underbelly they fight for you not to see. For Clearwater is a place where drugs, prostitution and murder are a way of life, just like any town in America. It is not supposed to happen here, but it does-every day. Paul Easterman, a reporter whose once brilliant career has passed him by, is hiding from a past he can do nothing about. Rebecca Madison, a fifteen-year-old prostitute whose never had a chance in her wretched life, is trying to survive one more night. Thrown together by circumstances beyond their control, they must find a way to stay alive, save her from a life on the streets and redeem their shattered dreams. To do this they must fight the FBI, a sadistic hit man, a pimp hell bent on running the streets his way and each other. But first-they have to survive Degas Street.
Author: George Heard HamiltonPublish On: 1993-01-01
DEGAS Vaitkunas , G. Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis . Adhémar , J. , and Cachin , F. Degas , The Complete Dresden , 1975 Etchings , Lithographs and Monotypes . ... St Louis , City Art Museum , 1966 . 1985 . Dunlop , I. Degas .
Author: George Heard Hamilton
Publisher: Yale University Press
This new edition of 'a book that offers the best available grounding in its huge subject,' as the Sunday Times called it, includes color plates and a revised and expanded bibliography. Professor Hamilton traces the origins and growth of modern art, assessing the intrinsic qualities of individual works and describing the social forces in play. The result is an authoritative guide through the forest of artistic labels-Impressionism and Expressionism, Symbolism, Cubism, Constructivism, Surrealism, etc.-and to the achievements of Degas and Cezanne, Ensor and Munch, Matisse and Kandinsky, Picasso, Braque, and Epstein, Mondrian, Dali, Modigliani, Utrillo and Chagall, Klee, Henry Moore, and many other artists in a revolutionary age.
Author: Schirn-Kunsthalle (Frankfurt, Main)Publish On: 2006
The great mystery in the history of urban art lies with the exhibition history of Edgar Degas ' most important urban ... If we are to look for a pictorial legacy of Parisian street painting other than that of Caillebotte , Degas , and ...
Author: Schirn-Kunsthalle (Frankfurt, Main)
Publisher: Hirmer Verlag
In this volume, city and street scenes from French Impressionism to German Expressionism witness the development of the modern metropolis. Exemplified by views of Paris and Berlin, the artists enthusiasm for the changing and innovative landscape is put in perspective with the architectural innovations in these two cities. German text. English translation in the appendix.
( P. A. Lemoisne , Degas et son oeuvre , vol . ... Boggs , Drawings by Degas ( St. Louis : City Art Museum , c . ... The figure in a pastel in a private Zürich collection , Woman in Street Clothes of about 1878–79 has the same intense ...
William M. Ittmann, Lithographs by Edgar Degas, St. Louis, Washington University and Lawrence. University of Kansas. 1967. Eugenia Parry Janis. Degas Monotypes; Essay, Catalogue and Checklist, New York. 1968. Eberhard W. Kornfeld and ...
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And then I realize with a shock : it makes no difference to be Degas . I could be anyone ! ( More PEOPLE pass him . ) And yet ... And yet maybe the other Degas walked this invisibly through Paris . ( SLIDE : A Degas street scene of ...
It seemed a long way to Degas Street . He could see John to morrow . There was no urgency , no need for real haste . A girl swung past then stopped . " Hullo , Steve , " she said . It was Francie Moreton . He had met her once or twice ...