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Heartstopper Para Colorear
Las mejores escenas de Nick y Charly. Apariciones estelares de Nellie, Tao, Elle, Tara, Darcy y mucho más. ¡Globos en blanco para que crees tus propios diálogos! Un minicomic completo para colorear. ¡Imágenes nunca antes vistas!
Harry Potter, Lugares Y Personajes Mágicos P/Colorear
Explora el mundo de las películas de Harry Potter a través de la magia de colorear. Desde Hogwarts y Hogsmeade hasta el Callejón Diagon, este libro para colorear te lleva por un recorrido interactivo a través de los lugares mágicos favoritos de los fans. Los resplandecientes salones de Gringotts y los tonos llamativos de la sala de estar de los Dursleys inspiran estos detallados dibujos que suman a muchos de los personajes más queridos de la serie. Este libro también incluye increíbles diseños y fotogramas del rodaje de las películas de Harry Potter.
Harry Potter Y Sus Artefactos Magicos P/Colorear
Desde escobas voladoras hasta libros mordedores y un sombrero que canta, el universo de Harry Potter desborda de objetos encantados y creaciones mágicos. Este libro ofrece a los fans la oportunidad de colorear cartas vociferadoras, horrocruxes y todos los artefactos de su mundo mágico. También se incluyen increíbles diseños y fotogramas del rodaje de las películas para estimular tu creatividad.
Meet the artist whose majestic breaking wave sent ripples across the world. Hokusai (1760–1849) is not only one of the giants of Japanese art and a legend of the Edo period, but also a founding father of Western modernism, whose prolific gamut of prints, illustrations, paintings, and beyond forms one of the most comprehensive oeuvres of ukiyo-e art and a benchmark of japonisme. His influence spread through Impressionism, Art Nouveau, and beyond, enrapturing the likes of Claude Monet, Berthe Morisot, Edgar Degas, Mary Cassatt, and Vincent van Gogh.Hokusai was always a man on the move. He changed domicile more than 90 times during his lifetime and changed his own name through over 30 pseudonyms. In his art, he adopted the same restlessness, covering the complete spectrum of Japanese ukiyo-e,“pictures of the floating world”, from single-sheet prints of landscapes and actors to erotic books.
Leonardo. Obra pictórica completa y obra gráfica
Unmatched in his ingenuity, technical prowess, and curiosity, Leonardo da Vinci (1452–1519) epitomizes the humanistic ideal of the Renaissance man: a peerless master of painting, sculpture, cartography, anatomy, architecture – and more. Simultaneously captivating art historians, collectors, and the millions who flock yearly to admire his works, Leonardo’s appeal is as diffuse as were his preoccupations. His images permeate nearly every facet of Western culture – The Vitruvian Man is engraved into millions of Euro coins, The Last Supper is considered the single most reproduced religious painting in history, and the Mona Lisa has entranced countless artists and observers for centuries.
Kahlo (Basic Art)
The arresting pictures of Frida Kahlo (1907–54) were in many ways expressions of trauma. Through a near-fatal road accident at the age of 18, failing health, a turbulent marriage, miscarriage and childlessness, she transformed the afflictions into revolutionary art. In literal or metaphorical self-portraiture, Kahlo looks out at the viewer with an audacious glare, rejecting her destiny as a passive victim and rather intertwining expressions of her experience into a hybrid real-surreal language of living: hair, roots, veins, vines, tendrils and fallopian tubes. Many of her works also explore the Communist political ideals which Kahlo shared with her husband Diego Rivera. The artist described her paintings as “the most sincere and real thing that I could do in order to express what I felt inside and outside of myself.” This book introduces the rich body of Kahlo’s work to explore her unremitting determination as an artist, and her significance as a painter, feminist icon, and a pioneer of Latin American culture.
In the mid-1950s, Yves Klein (1928–1962) declared that “a new world calls for a new man.” With his idiosyncratic style and huge charisma, this bold artist would go on to pursue a brief but bountiful career, producing more than 1,000 paintings over seven years in an oeuvre now considered a mainstay of postwar modernism.
Rolf G. Renner
Edward Hopper (1882–1967) is something of an American success story, if only his success had come swifter. At the age of 40, he was a failing artist who struggled to sell a single painting. As he approached 80, Time magazine featured him on its cover. Today, half a century after his death, Hopper is considered a giant of modern expression, with an uncanny, unforgettable, and utterly distinct sense for mood and place.
Kate Moss by Mario Testino
Mario Testino, Kate Moss
Follow the journey of one of fashion’s most creative collaborations, from early days backstage at the shows to behind-the-scenes glimpses of the ground-breaking editorials they continue to produce for the world’s most respected magazines. Many photographs have been chosen from Testino’s private archive and are published here for the first time.
This book is Mario’s personal homage to his greatest muse: a young girl that captured his heart and eye with her beauty, humor and spirit, and whose image in his photographs has captured imaginations the world over.