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Art History & Criticism..............................................................................................1

Individual Artists ........................................................................................................3

Art Technique & Reference ......................................................................................4

Graphic Novels, Comics & Manga ..........................................................................10

Photography ..............................................................................................................11

Also of Interest..........................................................................................................17

Architecture ..............................................................................................................18

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Public Art for Public SchoolsBy Michele CohenPhotographed by Stan Ries Foreword by Michael BloombergPublic Art for Public Schools is an important document,recording one hundred years of cultural history in NewYork City, evolving from the City Beautiful movement atthe turn of the twentieth century to cutting-edgecontemporary art commissioned in conjunction with thePercent for Art program.“There is an extraordinary treasury of artwork, more thana century’s worth, within the walls of city schools. Butbecause it is scattered through all boroughs, in buildingsnot typically open to the public, there has been no wayuntil now to appreciate the breadth of the collection orthe depth of it.” —The New York TimesWebsite: http://schools.nyc.gov/community/facilities/PublicArt/default.htm

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Color A Natural History of the PaletteBy Victoria FinlayColor is an informative account of author VictoriaFinlay’s journeys to different parts of the globe searchingfor the physical sources of various natural colors found inher paint box. Included is the story of how they came tobe used by artists, their development as artist’s colors, abit of art theory, and her own experiences. Each chapterdeals with one color, and is divided further into relevanttopics.Random House • TR • 978-0-8129-7142-2 • 464pp. $16.00/NCR • Exam Copy: $3.00

The Lost PaintingBy Jonathan HarrThe fascinating details of Caravaggio’s strange, turbulentcareer come to life in this synthesis of history anddetective story. Jonathan Harr embarks on a journey todiscover the long-lost painting known as The Taking ofChrist—its mysterious fate and the circumstances of itsdisappearance have captivated Caravaggio devotees foryears.“Will lead general readers to a new appreciation of along-lost masterpiece as well as of the potentialexcitement of art history scholarship and art restoration.Highly recommended.” —Library JournalRandom House • TR • 978-0-375-75986-4 • 320pp. $15.00/$17.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

The Renaissance A Short HistoryBy Paul JohnsonThe Renaissance holds an undying place in ourimagination, its great heroes still our own, fromMichelangelo and Leonardo to Dante and Chaucer. Inthis masterly work, the incomparable Paul Johnsonexplains the economic, technological, and socialdevelopments that provide a backdrop to the age’sachievements and focuses closely on the lives and worksof its most important figures. “Abound[s] in interesting detail and idiosyncraticjudgment.” —The New York TimesModern Library • TR • 978-0-8129-6619-0 • 208pp. $14.00/$16.50 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

The Angel of the Left BankThe Secrets of Delacroix’s Parisian MasterpieceBy Jean-Paul KauffmannIn this examination of Delacroix’s crowning masterwork,Jacob Wrestling with the Angel, and of Saint-Sulpice, thegrand church that houses it, Jean-Paul Kauffmannreveals the city of Paris in an entirely new way andreveals architecture and art history, philosophy andreligion, and the luminous city of Paris itself in theprocess.Random House • TR • 978-0-8129-7086-9 • 256pp. $13.95/$21.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

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Blindspot A NovelBy Jane Kamensky and Jill LeporeBlindspot is a novel of painting, passion, and politics inthe age of the American Revolution. Written with witand exuberance by longtime friends and accomplishedhistorians, the novel is at once fiction and history,mystery and love story, tragedy and farce. Filled with thebawdy, satirical sensibility of the eighteenth century andset in the boisterous, rebellious Boston of 1764, Blindspotingeniously weaves together both real historicaldocuments—from runaway slave ads to Acts ofParliament—and fakes: the memoirs of a charming andtalented Scottish portrait painter and notorious libertinenamed Stewart Jameson; and the letters of Fanny Easton,a fallen woman, from one of Boston’s best families, whodisguises herself as a boy to become Jameson’s defiantand seductive apprentice.Website: www.blindspotthenovel.com

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Ethics and the Visual ArtsEdited by Elaine King and Gail LevinThe dark side of the arts is explored in this timelyvolume, sure to spark discussion and debate. Ananthology of 19 diverse essays by distinguished authors—including Eric Fischl, Suzanne Boettger, Stephen Weil,Richard Serra, and others—covers a broad range ofurgent topics facing today’s artists, policy makers, artlawyers, galleries, museum professionals, and manyothers. Allworth Press • TR • 978-1-5811-5458-0 • 288pp. $27.50/NCR• Exam Copy: $13.75

The Art of BuddhismAn Introduction to Its History and MeaningBy Denise Patry LeidyMore than two hundred photographs—most in stunningfull color—provide the visual context for this tour of theworld of Buddhist art. From archaeological evidencedating back to the earliest second-century b.c.e. to thenineteenth century, this book showcases the marvelousvariety of Buddhist art through the ages, from everycountry and region where Buddhism has influenced theculture in a significant way. Shambhala • HC • 978-1-59030-594-2 • 320pp. $45.00/$52.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $22.50

I Sold Andy Warhol (Too Soon)By Richard PolskyIn 2005, Richard Polsky put his Warhol, “Fright Wig,”up for auction. While he made a profit, over the nextyears, the art market soared. A thirty-year art veteran,Polsky takes his readers through a tumultuous year in theart world when the market took off to meteoricproportions.Other Press • HC • 978-1-590-51337-8 • 256pp. $23.95/$29.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $12.00

From Heaven to ArcadiaThe Sacred and the Profane in the RenaissanceBy Ingrid D. RowlandRenowned scholar Ingrid D. Rowland traces the worldly,unworldly, and otherworldly strivings of artists, writers,popes, and politicians during the Renaissance. Here areBotticelli, whose illustrations for the Divine Comedyreveal him to be one of Dante’s most careful readers; themultifaceted genius of Leonardo; the astonishing masteryof Titian and the erratic brilliance of artists likeCorreggio, Caravaggio, and Artemisia Gentileschi. New York Review Books • TR • 978-1-59017-295-7 • 324pp. $17.95/$19.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

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China: 3000 Years of Art and LiteratureEdited by Jason SteuberA window into a world of extraordinary beauty andmystery, China: A 3000 Years of Art and Literature revealsthe glorious 5,000-year-old history of this ancient andfascinating culture. In 240 pages and more than 100 full-color images, this volume traces China through its talesand stories, plays and poetry, paintings and objects—from ancient divinations incised on bovine scapula tomodern “people’s literature” spawned from revolution;from Tang dynasty silk scrolls depicting sublimemountain valleys to government-commissionedpropaganda posters.Welcome Books • HC • 978-1-599-62030-5 • 240pp. $60.00/$69.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $30.00

Born Under SaturnThe Character and Conduct of ArtistsBy Rudolf Wittkower and Margot WittkowerIntroduction by Joseph ConnorsBorn Under Saturn explores the history of the familiaridea that artistic inspiration is a form of madness,directly expressed in artists’ unhappy and eccentric lives.This idea of the alienated artist comes into its own inthe Renaissance, as part of the new bid by visual artiststo distinguish themselves from craftsmen, with whomthey were then lumped together. Where the skilledartisan had worked under the sign of light-fingeredMercury, the ambitious artist identified himself with themysterious and brooding Saturn. NYRB Classics • TR • 978-1-59017-213-1 • 360pp. $18.95/$24.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

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Dime-Store AlchemyThe Art of Joseph CornellBy Charles SimicNYRB Classics • HC • 978-1-59017-170-7 • 116pp. $18.95/$24.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $9.50

The Unknown Hieronymus BoschBy Kurt FalkThe paintings of Hieronymus Bosch (1450–1516) havecaptivated and confounded observers for centuries,leading to varying conclusions on the artist’s spirituality.Kurt Falk presents the first analysis of Bosch’s inner life.Falk’s analysis reveals the ways in which Bosch addressescreation, including the exalted and fallen spiritual worldsso prevalent in his work. The author’s conclusions arerevelatory: that Bosch had strong links to Rosicrucianism,that many of the paintings feature an onlooker we nowunderstand as a spirit-witness, and much more.North Atlantic Books • TR • 978-1-55643-759-5 • 116pp. $29.95/$34.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $15.00

TurnerBy James HamiltonIn Turner, James Hamilton takes advantage of new materi-al discovered since the 1975 bicentennial celebration ofthe artist’s birth, paying particular attention to the diaryof sketches with which 19th century British painter JMWTurner narrated his life. Hamilton’s textured portrait isfully complemented by a sixteen-page illustrations insert,including many color reproductions of Turner’s mostfamous landscape paintings. Seamlessly blending vibrantbiography with astute art criticism, Hamilton writes withenergy, style, and erudition to address the contradictionsof this great artist.Random House • TR • 978-0-8129-6791-3 • 496pp. $19.95/$25.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

Renoir, My FatherBy Jean Renoir; Translated by Randolph Weaver and Dorothy Weaver; Introduction by Robert L. HerbertJean Renoir, the director of such masterpieces of thecinema as Grand Illusion and The Rules of the Game, tellsthe life story of his father, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, thegreat Impressionist painter. Recounting Pierre-Auguste’sextraordinary career, beginning as a painter of fans andporcelain, and capturing his unpretentious andwonderfully engaging talk and personality, Jean Renoir’sbook is both a double portrait of father and son and amoving biography.NYRB Classics • TR • 978-0-940322-77-6 • 456pp. $18.95/$24.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

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The Best of Simon and KirbyBy Joe Simon and Jack KirbyEdited by Steve SaffelHere is a collection of complete comic book stories fromthe legendary team of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby. Fromthe very beginning in the late 1930s, Simon and Kirbyproduced the finest stories, creating dramatic new superheroes (Captain America, Blue Bolt, Fighting American,The Fly), western action, gruesome horror, explosivedetective fiction, and the very first romance comics. Thisis the only official edition authorized by both Joe Simonand the estate of Jack Kirby.Titan Books • HC • 978-1-84576-931-4 • 240pp. $39.95/$45.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $20.00

The Lives of the Most ExcellentPainters, Sculptors, and ArchitectsBy Giorgio VasariTranslated by Gaston du C. de VereIntroduction by Philip JacksArtist Giorgio Vasari (1511–74) achieved immortalityfor this book on the lives of his fellow Renaissanceartists, first published in Florence in 1550. Spanning theperiod from the thirteenth century to Vasari’s own time,The Lives opens a window on the greatest personalities ofthe period, including Giotto, Brunelleschi, Mantegna,Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, and Titian. ThisModern Library edition is abridged from the original textwith notes drawn from earlier commentaries, as well ascurrent research.Modern Library • TR • 978-0-375-76036-5 • 640pp. $14.95/$21.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

Classical Drawing AtelierA Complete Course in Traditional Studio PracticeBy Juliette AristidesAteliers have produced the greatest artists of all time—and Classical Drawing Atelier is an atelier in a book.These studios are a return to classical art training, basedon the French nineteenth-century model of teachingartists by pairing them with a master artist over a periodof years. Led by classically trained artist JulietteAristides, students begin by copying masterworks, andthen gradually progress to painting as their skills develop. Watson-Guptill • HC • 978-0-8230-0657-1 • 160pp. $29.95/$36.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $15.00

Leonardo’s UniverseThe Renaissance World of Leonardo DaVinciBy Bulent Atalay and Keith WamsleyThis stunning book explores the master’s insights andsynthesizes his relationship with art and science in amagnificently illustrated and informative style. Physicist and artist Bulent Atalay deftly explainsLeonardo’s interest in topics ranging from architecture tobotany to philosophy. Engaging prose and splendidimages point up the science and mathematics underlyingLeonardo’s genius, showing how attention toproportions, patterns, shapes, and symmetries informedhis art. National Geographic • HC • 978-1-4262-0285-8 • 288pp. $35.00/$40.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $17.50

100 Creative Drawing IdeasBy Anna Held AudetteHere, in the first book ever of its kind, is a collection ofinteresting and original ideas for drawing projects con-tributed by art instructors from all over the world whohave invented creative alternatives to standard exercises.The accompanying illustrations demonstrate ways inwhich their students have addressed the assignments andare included to help the reader visualize what mightresult from the written description. 100 Creative DrawingIdeas is a welcome resource for teachers and students atall levels. Shambhala • TR • 978-1-59030-105-0 • 224pp. $22.95/$29.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $11.50

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The Artist’s Guide to Public ArtHow to Find and Win CommissionsBy Lynn BasaLearn exactly how to start and build a career in theworld of public art. Part how-to and part manifesto, TheArtist’s Guide to Public Art assists artists in navigating the“system,” working efficiently, and standing up for theirworth and their rights. Through first-hand accounts fromexperienced public artists and arts administrators, studioartists at every career level will discover tips for the bestways to find, apply for, and win public art commissions. Allworth Press • TR • 978-1-58115-501-3 • 240pp. $19.95/NCR • Exam Copy: $3.00

Master Class in Figure DrawingBy Robert Beverly HaleEdited by Terence CoyleThis towering masterpiece by the late Robert BeverlyHale, recognized as America’s greatest teacher of figuredrawing and artistic anatomy, combines Hale’s wordswith the Old Master drawings on which his teachingmethod is based. Each page radiates Hale’s magnetism,clarity, and wit, as he demonstrates that mastery of thefigure and mastery of anatomy are inseparable.Watson-Guptill • TR • 978-0-823-03014-9 • 144pp. $21.95/$24.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $11.00

Anatomy Lessons From the Great MastersBy Robert Beverly Hale and Terence CoyleThis classic book reveals the anatomical drawingprinciples in 100 masterpieces by such great artists asLeonardo, Michelangelo, Rubens, Titian, Rembrandt andother masters. The authors also guide the studentsthrough all the steps they would take in a life class orstudio working with live models.Watson-Guptill • TR • 978-0-823-00281-8 • 272pp. $21.95/$26.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $11.00

Starting to DrawBy Wendon BlakeAn art instruction classic for the absolute beginner,Starting to Draw is packed with the fundamentals andsimple building blocks for success. Time tested text andclear, easy-to-follow drawings make this book the classicthat every artist needs. With guidance on everythingfrom equipment and warming up to drawing basic shapesto demonstrations on capturing landscapes, figures, andstill lifes, Starting to Draw sets emerging artists off on agreat adventure of learning and creating.Watson-Guptill • TR • 978-0-823-04916-5 • 80pp. $11.95/$14.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

Portrait DrawingA Step-By-Step Art Instruction BookBy Wendon BlakePortrait Drawing has guided and inspired a generation ofartists to create beautiful, realistic portraits. Within itspages, author Wendon Blake covers all the basics, frompapers and pencils to drawing eyes, nose, mouth, ears,and head from every angle. Drawings by artist John Lawnillustrate each point clearly, making it easy to master thebasics and move on to conveying expression andemotion. Ten demonstrations show exactly how to puteverything together for portraits that are more than thesum of their parts. Watson-Guptill • TR • 978-0-8230-4094-0 • 80pp. $9.95/$11.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

Oil Painting Secrets From a Master25th Anniversary EditionBy Linda CateuraIn this stunning anniversary edition, the painterly styleof revered teacher David A. Leffel of the Art Student’sLeague of New York is showcased with paintings, details,demonstrations, and diagrams, all captured by hisstudent, author Linda Cateura. Her notes, created overtwo years of intensive study and interviews, capture hisinsights, philosophy, and painting tips for all time, forartists at every level.Watson-Guptill • TR • 978-0-8230-3279-2 • 144pp. $24.95/$29.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $12.50

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Legal Guide for the Visual ArtistBy Tad CrawfordThis highly acclaimed reference book presents a compre-hensive overview of the legal issues faced by anyoneworking in the visual arts. The book suggests basic strate-gies, gives information to help with further action, andcontains many sample legal forms and contracts. Thisedition is a complete revision, providing not only updat-ed legal information, but also covering the ever-increas-ing importance of new media and electronic rights.Allworth Press • TR • 978-1-58115-003-2 • 272pp. $19.95/NCR • Exam Copy: $3.00

How to Draw What You SeeBy Rudy De ReynaGenerations of artists have learned to truly capture theworld around them using Rudy De Reyna’s methods.This classic volume is based on a simple premise: bylearning to recognize the basic shape of an object—cube,cylinder, cone, and sphere—you can draw it, no matterhow much detail it contains. After lessons on drawingobjects in the four basic shapes, DeReyna demonstrateshow these shapes apply to still lifes, outdoor scenes, andpeople.Watson-Guptill • TR • 978-0-8230-2375-2 • 178pp. $17.95/$21.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

Traditional Oil PaintingAdvanced Techniques and Concepts from theRenaissance to the PresentBy Virgil ElliottThis comprehensive sourcebook explores the mostadvanced levels of oil painting. Author anddistinguished artist Virgil Elliot examines the manyelements that let artists take the next step in their work:mental attitude, aesthetic considerations, the importanceof drawing, principles of visual reality, materials,techniques, portraiture, photographic images versusvisual reality, and color. The only book that lets artistsexplore the highest levels of realistic oil painting, thishard-to-find information will please demandingintermediate to professional artists.Watson-Guptill • HC • 978-0-8230-3066-8 • 224pp. $35.00/$44.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $17.50

The Artist’s Complete Guide to Facial ExpressionBy Gary FaiginIn a carefully organized, easy-to-use format, author GaryFaigin shows readers the expressions created byindividual face muscles, and then draws them together ina section devoted to the six basic human emotions:sadness, anger, joy, fear, disgust, and surprise. Eachemotion is shown in steadily increasing intensity, andsupplemented by clear explanatory text, additionalsketches, and finished work. An appendix includesyawning, wincing, and other physical reactions.Watson-Guptill • TR • 978-0-8230-0432-4 • 288pp. $24.95/$27.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $12.50

Green DesignCreative Sustainable Designs for the Twenty-First CenturyBy Marcus FairsThis timely book helps readers understand the shift ofgreen design from marginal to mainstream by featuringproducts and buildings that address immediate concernsabout global warming and environmental degradation.Through vast architectural projects to modest one-offpieces of salvaged furniture, the book shows how thedesign world is responding to the environmentalchallenges of this century. Author Marcus Fairsdemonstrates key developments in sustainable design asseen in lighting, houseware, furniture, textiles, products,interiors, architecture, and transportation.North Atlantic Books • TR • 978-1-55643-836-3 • 256pp. $25.00/$29.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $12.50

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Rendering in Pen and InkThe Classic Book On Pen and Ink Techniques forArtists, Illustrators, Architects, and DesignersBy Arthur L. GuptillThis esteemed classic of art instruction containscomplete, profusely illustrated information on the toolsand techniques of ink drawing, including tonal andlinear drawing, ways to depict light and shade, methodsof handling object groupings, and other basics ofcomposition. Replete with drawings by legendaryillustrators including Rockwell Kent, Charles DanaGibson, James Montgomery Flagg, this book is atrustworthy tool for professional and student illustrators,architects, and artists.Watson-Guptill • TR • 978-0-8230-4529-7 • 256pp. $27.50/$32.50 Can. • Exam Copy: $13.75

Alla PrimaA Contemporary Guide to Traditional Direct PaintingBy Al GuryThis comprehensive guide explores one of the greattraditions of Western painting: alla prima, or directpainting. Al Gury reveals the step-by-step lessons helearned in his years of study with one of the greatmasters of alla prima: legendary Pennsylvania Academyof Fine Arts teacher, Arthur DeCosta. Alla Prima is theperfect guide for artists who want to return to skill-basedtraining yet retain a contemporary style.Watson-Guptill • HC • 978-0-8230-9834-7 • 160pp. $35.00/$40.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $17.50

Drawing Lessons from the Great Masters45th Anniversary EditionBy Robert Beverly HaleForeword by Jacob CollinsThis bestselling classic is the ultimate manual ofdrawing, taught by the late Robert Beverly Hale, who isrecognized as America’s greatest teacher of figuredrawing and artistic anatomy. Faithfully reproducing andmethodically analyzing 100 master drawings, Hale showshow these artists tackled basic problems such as line,light and planes, mass, position and thrust, and anatomy.Watson-Guptill • TR • 978-0-8230-1401-9 • 272pp. $23.95/$27.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $12.00

Dynamic Figure DrawingBy Burne HogarthIn this book, Burne Hogarth, one of the founders of theSchool of Visual Arts in New York, introduces his ownrevolutionary system of figure drawing. Hogarth describesthe forms of the figure, and demonstrates his “deepspace” notation system—a systematic sketching orderwhich makes it possible to visualize and accuratelyrender the forms of the human body from everyconceivable point of view.Watson-Guptill • TR • 978-0-8230-1577-1 • 176pp. $21.95/$25.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $11.00

The Artist’s MentorInspiration from the World’s Most Creative MindsBy Ian JackmanThe Artist’s Mentor is for those who want to create artbut do not know how to begin. Drawing on interviewsand autobiographical writings of more than 100 famouspainters, photographers, sculptors, and film and videoartists, Jackman gets to the heart of what makes art.Here, Michelangelo Brungardt, Frida Kahlo, Jean Renoir,Andy Warhol, Ansel Adams, Annie Leibovitz, PabloPicasso, and many other visual artists describe thecreative process. RH Reference • TR • 978-0-375-72063-5 • 256pp. $14.95/$21.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

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Learning by HeartTeaching to Free the Creative SpiritBy Corita Kent and Jan StewardThis revised edition of Sister Corita Kent’s classic work,Learning by Heart, features a new foreword by her co-author Jan Steward, a new biography of Kent, and muchmore. Respected art instructor at Immaculate HeartCollege, Kent and Steward challenge students to lookbeyond the obviousness of everyday items and toquestion their held beliefs about art and design. Allworth Press • TR • 978-1-58115-647-8 • 232pp. $24.95/$29.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $12.50

On Becoming an ArtistReinventing Yourself Through Mindful CreativityBy Ellen J. LangerHarvard psychologist Ellen J. Langer shows us thatcreativity is not a rare gift that only a few are born with,but rather an integral part of everyone’s makeup. Shedescribes dozens of fascinating experiments that aredesigned to study mindfulness and its relation to humancreativity, sharing the profound implications of theresults. By example, she persuades us to have faith in ourcreative works, not because someone else approves ofthem but because they’re a true expression of ourselves. Ballantine Books • TR • 978-0-345-45630-4 • 288pp. $15.95/$21.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

The Artist’s Complete Guide to Drawingthe HeadBy William MaughanMaster art instructor William Maughan demonstrateshow to create a realistic human likeness by using theclassic and highly accurate modeling technique ofchiaroscuro developed by Leonardo da Vinci during theHigh Renaissance. Maughan introduces readers to thebasics of this technique, showing how to analyze form,light, and shadow; use dark pencil, white pencil, andtoned paper to create a full range of values; use theelements of design to enhance a likeness; and capture asitter’s gestures and proportions. Watson-Guptill • TR • 978-0-8230-0359-4 • 160pp. $24.95/$31.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $12.50

Art From IntuitionOvercoming your Fears and Obstacles to Making ArtBy Dean NimmerArt from Intuition is designed to spark the (re)awakeningof artists’ creative intuition, the “sixth sense” that directstheir drive and work. Dean Nimmer, a leadinginternational expert on fostering artistic creativity, sharesproven tips for artists to overcome self-made obstacles,and lays out more than 60 practical exercises that focuson the creative process, taking readers from the mostbasic kinds of intuitive art making to more sophisticatedtechniques.Watson-Guptill • TR • 978-0-8230-9750-0 • 160pp. $25.95/NCR • Exam Copy: $13.00

Art Theory For BeginnersBy Richard Osborne and Dan SturgisIllustrated by Natalie TurnerArt Theory For Beginners is a complete survey of all thehistorical and current debates on art. From Paleolithiccave-painting to modern art, this concise andentertaining introduction offers the beginner a survey ofall the debates that stem from the idea of art. Thecontributions of philosophers, theorists and artists areincluded to show how theory and practice haveinteracted and developed historically to produce thecurrent situation.For Beginners • TR • 978-1-934389-47-8 • 192pp. $14.99/$18.99 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

Artistic AnatomyBy Paul RicherLong recognized as a classic, this famous text byrenowned figure drawing teacher Paul Richer(1849–1933) treats the subject with scientific accuracy,yet with aesthetic requirements. Artistic Anatomy iscomplete guide for achieving precise shapes for the formsof the human body.Watson-Guptill • TR • 978-0-8230-0297-9 • 256pp. $24.95/$27.95Can. • Exam Copy: $12.50

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Art Without CompromiseBy Wendy RichmondArtist, educator, and writer, Wendy Richmond, challengesartists to develop an uncompromising commitment tofinding and protecting their own unique process formaking their strongest and most relevant art. Richmondinspires artists to change the way they think aboutpersonal goals, cultural influences, and technologicalrealities. Aided by exercises and techniques, readers willdevelop the confidence and inspiration to pursue goals,explore new paths, and to overcome creative blocks.Allworth Press • TR • 978-1-58115-666-9 • 256pp. $24.95/NCR • Exam Copy: $12.50

The Artist’s Complete Health and Safety GuideBy Monona RossolThis updated classic art reference shows artists how tohandle materials safely while practicing their craft.Dozens of at-a-glance tables and charts present vital infor-mation about art materials, ingredients, technical hazards,proper protective equipment, and safe work practices sim-ply and accurately. This new third edition is expanded todetail lifesaving new safety and ventilation equipment,present new discoveries on toxins and pollutants found inarts and crafts materials, and explain the controversiessurrounding new government regulations. Allworth Press • TR • 978-1-58115-204-3 • 416pp. $24.95/NCR • Exam Copy: $12.50

The Nude Female FigureA Visual Reference for the ArtistBy Mark Edward SmithWorld-renowned photographer Mark Edward Smith hascaptured women of every age and form in every type ofmovement, then gathered his striking, unusual imagesinto this indispensable reference for artists who havelimited access to live figure models. This remarkable bookfeatures striking images of shapely young women as wellas elegiac photos of more mature women. Includes aspecial section of close-ups of the hands and feet, and theunparalleled attention to composition and lighting.Watson-Guptill • TR • 978-0-8230-9991-7 • 208pp. $29.95/$36.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $15.00

The New AcrylicsBy Rheni TauchidThe acrylics of today have grown into the mostadaptable art material of the modern age. The NewAcrylics illustrates how artists can create lush textures,color, and luster with the modern acrylics readilyavailable in any art store. Geared toward morenonconventional ways in which to manipulate thismedium, this book demonstrates new applications suchas glazing, textured effects, soft sculpture effects, andstaining.Watson-Guptill • TR • 978-0-8230-3159-7 • 160pp. $24.95/$29.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $12.50

Also availableNew Acrylics Essential SourcebookMaterials, Techniques, and Contemporary Applicationsfor Today’s ArtistBy Rheni TauchidFocusing on specific technical and application processes,this invaluable resource demonstrates techniques thatcan be used to achieve a variety of effects and paintingstyles when using the most versatile of all paintingmedia: acrylics. This book emphasizes a range of paintand medium combinations, showing in side-by-sidecomparisons how such “recipes” can alter and affect thefinal result. Watson-Guptill • TR • 978-0-8230-9926-9 • 192pp. $24.95/$28.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $12.50

Classic Human AnatomyThe Artist’s Guide to Form, Function, and MovementBy Valerie L. WinslowThis book provides simple, insightful approaches to thecomplex subject of human anatomy, using drawings,diagrams, and reader-friendly text. Three majorsections—the skeletal form, the muscular form andaction of the muscles, and movement—break thematerials down into easy-to-understand pieces. Morethan 800 distinctive illustrations detail the movementand actions of the bones and muscles, and unique chartsreveal the origins and insertions of the muscles. Watson-Guptill • HC • 978-0-8230-2415-5 • 304pp. $40.00/$45.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $20.00

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Out of Picture: Volume 1Art from the Outside Looking InBy The Artists of OOPOut of Picture Volume 1 is a collection of short illustratedstories by a group of artists from professional backgroundsranging from editorial illustration and children’s books tostoryboards and animation, who all worked together atBlue Sky Studios. This book showcases their eclecticinterpretations of the graphic novel form.Villard Books • TR • 978-0-345-49872-4 • 160pp. $19.95/$24.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

Out of Picture: Volume 2Art from the Outside Looking InBy The Artists of OOPWith new contributing artists bringing a fresh energy tothe mix, this new graphic novel story collection bringsmore innovative artwork and striking tales. While everystory is the unique vision of its creator, the work as awhole stands apart from other anthologies with itsbeautifully realized illustrations, which are as strikinglyindividual as the artists who have envisioned them. Villard Books • TR • 978-0-345-49873-1 • 240pp. $26.00/$30.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $13.00

Manga The Complete GuideBy Jason ThompsonWhether you are new to the world of manga-stylegraphic novels or a longtime reader on the lookout forthe next hot series, here’s a comprehensive guide to thewide world of Japanese comics, including: full-lengthreviews of stories and artwork, guidelines for age-appropriateness, profiles of the biggest names in manga,including CLAMP, Osamu Tezuka, and many others, anoverview of the manga industry, its history, and muchmore.Del Rey • TR • 978-0-345-48590-8 • 592pp. $19.95/$24.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

Hagar the Horrible: The EpicChroniclesThe Dailies 1973–1974By Dik BrowneTitan Books • HC • 978-1-84856-233-2 • 320pp. $19.95/$22.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $10.00

Watching the WatchmenThe Definitive Companion to the Ultimate Graphic NovelBy Dave Gibbons, Chip Kidd and Mike EsslTitan Books • HC • 978-1-84856-041-3 • 256pp. $39.95/$45.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $20.00

The Manga Artist’s Workbookby Christopher HartPotter Style • TR • 978-0-307-46270-1 • 160pp. $15.99/$19.99 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

Manga for the Beginnerby Christopher HartWatson-Guptill • TR • 978-0-8230-3083-5 • 192pp. $21.95/$24.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $11.00

WatchmenBy Alan MooreIllustrated by Dave GibbonsDC Comics • TR • 978-0-930-28923-2 • 416pp. $19.99/$22.99 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

The Manga Bibleby SikuGalilee Trade • TR • 978-0-385-52431-5 • 224pp. $12.95/$14.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

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Windows of the SoulMy Journeys in the Muslim WorldBy Alexandra AvakianAlexandria Avakian has captured some of the mostimportant stories of our time: the famine in Sudan, theviolence in Gaza and Somalia, the daily life ofHezbollah. She traveled extensively with Yasser Arafat asone of the only non-Arab photographers given suchaccess. Recounted in gripping words and unforgettableimages, Avakian’s remarkable experiences will drawreaders into the Muslim world to meet friends andterrorists, leaders and thieves and everyday people. Focal Point • HC • 978-1-4262-0320-6 • 208pp. $40.00/$45.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $20.00

Reza War and PeaceBy Reza DeghatiIntroduction by Sebastian JungerWith the Middle East and Asia as his far-ranging hometerritory, Reza Deghati has chronicled 30 years ofturmoil, hope, and splendor for a host of internationalpublications. His remarkable pictures convey tormentand upheaval, but also the art, culture, and traditions ofIraq, Iran, Afghanistan, and other areas. The bookfollows Reza’s photographic career and is narrated in hisown words, focusing our attention on the costs of warand the human condition. Focal Point • HC • 978-1-4262-0326-8 • 296pp. $75.00/$86.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $37.50

The Life of a PhotographBy Sam AbellDrawing on 40 years of fieldwork, The Life of aPhotograph takes readers on assignment and inside theheart of a master photographer to witness the process ofmaking a truly great picture. This exquisite book isorganized by the known and unexpected themes of SamAbell’s work, ranging from his sensitive Portraits,beautiful Land, Sea, Sky and thought-provoking WildLife to the surprising Just Looking (quirky scenesencountered on assignment), On the Road (photographstaken from automobiles), and The Built World (humanimpacts on pristine land). Focal Point • HC • 978-1-4262-0329-9 • 208pp. $40.00/$45.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $20.00

Odysseys and PhotographsBy Leah Bendavid-Val, Gilbert M. Grosvenor, Mark Collins Jenkins and Viola Kiesinger WentzelSpanning almost a century of global upheaval andriveting human drama, this magnificent book follows thecareers of Maynard Owen Williams, Volkmar Wentzel,Luis Marden, and Tom Abercrombie—a stellar quartet ofNational Geographic photographers who used theircameras to record a truly remarkable era.Focal Point • HC • 978-1-4262-0172-1 • 224pp. $40.00/$45.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $20.00

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Through the LensNational Geographic’s Greatest PhotographsEdited by Leah Bendavid ValFor more than 100 years, National Geographic has setthe standard for nature, culture, and wildlifephotography. Through the Lens now gathers 250 of thevery best images—some famous, others rarely seen—intoone lavish volume. Divided into geographical regions,the book features master photographers from the late1800s to today, including Frans Lanting, David Doubilet,David Alan Harvey, Jodi Cobb, William Albert Allard,Nick Nichols, and Annie Griffiths Belt.National Geographic • HC • 978-0-7922-6164-3 • 504pp. $30.00/$47.50 Can. • Exam Copy: $15.00

ASMP Professional Business Practices in PhotographyBy American Society of Media PhotographersThis classic guide is the ultimate source on key businesspractices and industry standards from the foremostauthority in professional photography.From standard practices in stock and assignmentphotography to special one-time decisions such asacquiring a digital workstation, this “business bible”provides the latest answers to any legal or businessquestion an aspiring or professional photographer can ask. Allworth Press • TR • 978-1-58115-497-9 • 480pp. $35.00/$40.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $17.50

The Oxford ProjectBy Stephen G. BloomPhotographed by Peter Feldstein2009 American Library Association Alex Award Winner

In 1984, photographer Peter Feldstein set out tophotograph every resident of Oxford, Iowa (pop. 676).Twenty years later, Feldstein invited writer Stephen G.Bloom to join him in search of the same residents.Considered side-by-side, the portraits reveal theinevitable transformations of aging: wider waistlines,wrinkled skin, eyeglasses, and bowed backs. The intricateweb of human connections between neighbors, friends,and family, is the mainstay of small town American life,a disappearing culture that is captured in Feldstein’scandid portraiture and Bloom’s astonishing ruralstorytelling.www.oxfordproject.com

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American FarmerThe Heart of Our CountryBy Katrina FriedPhotographed by Paul MobleyWhen photographer Paul Mobley set out to capture thesoul of our country’s farm communities, he encounteredan enduring rural culture that remains rooted in theprinciples of tradition, family, integrity and hard work.The result is the first portrait collection of modernAmerican farmers ever published to reach so deeply andgracefully into its subject. Mobley’s photographs and thefirst person narratives reveal the true face of Americanfarming.Welcome Books • HC • 978-1-59962-047-3 • 276pp. $50.00/$57.50 Can. • Exam Copy: $25.00

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The Book of PhotographyThe History, the Technique, the Art, the FutureBy Anne H. HoySpanning more than 166 years of photographic historyand the work of more than 250 photographers, thiscomprehensive and global volume explores every aspectof photography—the newest inventions, revolutionarypast, ever-changing technical and aestheticdevelopments, and the personal stories and styles ofphotographers worldwide.National Geographic • HC • 978-0-7922-3693-1 • 448pp. $40.00/$55.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $20.00

PhotographyThe Art of CompositionBy Bert KragesPhotographers can now revolutionize their ability toperceive and record scenes with this fresh new approachto composition. Unlike other resources based on graphicdesign principles, this book uses cognitive science tohelp photographers develop greater artistic proficiency.This guide will challenge beginning—andintermediate—level photographers to develop theircognitive skills in order to create their best work.Allworth Press • TR • 978-1-58115-409-2 • 256pp. $24.95/NCR • Exam Copy: $12.50

A Photographer’s Life1990–2005By Annie LeibovitzThis is a collection of Annie Leibovitz’s work from1990–2005 and includes portraits of well-knownfigures—Johnny Cash, Mikhail Baryshnikov, KeithRichards, Michael Jordan, Joan Didion, Nelson Mandela,Jack Nicholson, William Burroughs. Alongside these arepictures of Leibovitz’s family and friends, reportage fromthe siege of Sarajevo in the early Nineties, andlandscapes made even more indelible through Leibovitz’sdiscerning eye. Random House • TR • 978-0-8129-7963-3 • 472pp. $50.00/$62.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $25.00

Annie Leibovitz at WorkBy Annie LeibovitzAnnie Leibovitz describes how her pictures were made,starting with Richard Nixon’s resignation, a story she cov-ered with Hunter S. Thompson, and ending with BarackObama’s campaign. In between are a Rolling Stones Tour,John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Demi Moore, WhoopiGoldberg, Keith Haring, Mikhail Baryshnikov, George W.Bush, and Queen Elizabeth. The most celebrated photog-rapher of our time discusses portraiture, reportage, fashionphotography, lighting, and digital cameras.Random House • HC • 978-0-375-50510-2 • 240pp. $40.00/$45.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $20.00

Inside the VaticanBy Bart McDowellFor almost a year, veteran National Geographicphotographer Jim Stanfield captured nearly every cornerof the Vatican, both the world’s smallest country and thecenter of the Roman Catholic Church. Along withauthor Bart McDowell, he provides an insider’s view intothe history of this 108.7-acre enclave. In this revised tradepaperback edition, Washington Post writer HowardSchneider updates the story of the Vatican, including thedeath and funeral of Pope John Paul II and the ordinationof Pope Benedict XVI. National Geographic • TR • 978-1-4262-0450-0 • 256pp. $19.95/$22.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

IndiaIn Word and ImageIntroduction by Bharati MukherjeePhotographed by Eric MeolaIndia is rapidly becoming one of the pre-eminent leadersof the twenty-first century. For more than a decade, EricMeola has returned repeatedly to this country,photographing the Himalayas and monasteries in theNorth to the temples of Tamil Nadu in the South, thecolor and pageantry of Rajasthan in the West to the teaplantations of Darjeeling in the East. The photographs areaccompanied by dozens of essays, stories, and poems bycontemporary and classical Indian writers.Welcome Books • HC • 978-1-59962-049-7 • 272pp. $60.00/$69.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $30.00

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National Geographic Essential VisualHistory of World MythologyBy National GeographicNational Geographic Essential Visual History of WorldMythology encompasses myths and creation stories fromaround the globe. It presents a palm-size overview ofculture-defining myths, from ancient Egyptian deities tothe Vedic gods of India, from Maya, Inca, and Azteclegends to the Dream time of the Aborigines. This is amust-have resource for anyone who wants to know moreabout the stories that have shaped societies formillennia. National Geographic • HC • 978-1-4262-0373-2 • 480pp. $16.95/$20.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $8.50

National Geographic Ultimate FieldGuide to PhotographyRevised and ExpandedBy National GeographicThis authoritative guide provides a handy, all-in-onereference for photographers, combining the practicalknow-how of more than 50 outstanding professionalphotographers with National Geographic’s world-renowned tradition of excellence and expertise. Withstraightforward explanations of both simple, all-but-foolproof equipment like inexpensive autofocus point-and-shoot cameras and of sophisticated, megapixel singlelens reflex units boasting interchangeable lenses. Alongwith digital information, there’s also plenty of materialon traditional film, from old techniques to helpfulsidebars on when to use film rather than digital. National Geographic • TR • 978-1-4262-0431-9 • 400pp. $24.95/$27.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $12.50

In FocusNational Geographic Greatest PhotographsBy National Geographic SocietyEdited by Leah Bendavid ValIn Focus tells the story of portrait photography throughthe eyes—and words—of five accomplished NationalGeographic photographers. The book showcases imagesnever-before-seen alongside award-winning favorites.New and fascinating text reveals photographers’individual experiences photographing people and theirevaluation of NG portraits produced during eachdecade—from the late-19th century until today.National Geographic • HC • 978-0-7922-7363-9 • 504pp. $30.00/$43.50 Can. • Exam Copy: $15.00

Battle: A Postcard CollectionScenes From History’s Greatest ConflictsBy Osprey PublishingThe best Osprey artwork from over 40 years is collectedin 40 stunning postcards. Featuring artwork from all ofOsprey artists and covering the whole range of militaryhistory, from the battlefields of the ancient worldthrough the crusades and conflicts of medieval times tothe aerial raids of World War II, this striking collectionof original and unique artwork is the perfect addition toany military history collection.Osprey • Box Set • 978-1-84603-490-9 • 44pp. $15.00/$16.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $7.50

California the BeautifulEdited by Peter BerenThis exquisite celebration of California is both a portraitof the diverse natural beauty of the Golden State andthrough the incredible voices of its writers, a testamentto the ever-renewing spirit that it has come to embody.Among authors offering praise are Maya Angelou, MaryAustin, Ray Bradbury, Joan Didion, Mark Twain, WaltWhitman and many more. Welcome Books • HC • 978-1-59962-074-9 • 160pp. $19.95/$24.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $10.00

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Experimental GeographyRadical Approaches to Landscape, Cartography, and UrbanismBy Nato Thompson and Independent Curators InternationalContribution by Trevor Paglen and Jeffrey KastnerExperimental Geography explores the distinctions betweengeographical study and artistic experience of the earth, aswell as the juncture where the two realms collide—aphoto of a secret CIA prison, a map designed to help visi-tors reach Malibu’s notoriously inaccessible public beach-es, guidebooks to factories, prisons, and power plants inupstate New York—these are some of the more than onehundred projects in this groundbreaking collection ofvisual research and mapmaking from the past ten years.Melville House • TR • 978-0-09-163658-6 • 168pp. $29.95/$32.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $15.00

The Education of a PhotographerEdited by Charles Traub and Steven HellerWhat does it mean to become a photographer in thetwenty-first century? This thoughtful collection of essaysilluminates the spirit of the people who make theindelible images of our times. Aspiring and professionalphotographers—especially those in arts programsthroughout the United States—will appreciate thecomprehensive vision of The Education of a Photographer.Among the diverse group of writers and photographersare: Dave Eggers, Vilém Flusser, Stephen Frailey, LeeFriedlander, Peter Galassi, Helen Gee, Luigi Ghirri, RalphHattersley, Daile Kaplan, William Klein, and many more.Allworth Press • TR • 978-1-58115-450-4 • 256pp. $19.95/NCR • Exam Copy: $3.00

The Real Business of PhotographyBy Richard WeisgrauThis honest guide is written by one of the best-knownplayers in the media photography business. Drawing fromdecades of experience as a working photographer andindustry leader, the author defies popular “business myths”and trend-driven behavior by providing a fresh, common-sense approach to running a photography business. Allworth Press • TR • 978-1-58115-350-7 • 224pp. $19.95/NCR • Exam Copy: $3.00

Selling Your PhotographyHow to Make Money in New and Traditional MarketsBy Richard WeisgrauSelling Your Photography is the road map to helpphotographers find their way through the complexities ofthe marketplace and get their images published! Thisinsider’s guide examines magazines, newspapers, books,posters, greeting cards, calendars, brochures, print andWeb advertisements, annual reports, and more. Chapterscover how to:· Break into diverse markets · Shoot andsell stock and assignment photography · Find advertising,corporate, editorial, and merchandise segment clients ·Work with photo editors, art directors, andcommunication directors · Market your photography ·Develop good business habits · License and price yourwork · Get new clients through past publication · Makeadditional sales with the same photographs.Allworth Press • TR • 978-1-58115-660-7 • 224pp. $24.95/$29.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $12.50

100 Days in PhotographsPivotal Events That Changed the WorldBy Nick YappIntroduction by Chris JohnsForeword by Douglas Brinkley100 Days in Photographs is a compelling visual journeythrough our age—an odyssey that’s personal anduniversal, immediate and timeless. To create it, GettyImages and National Geographic identified 100 days thatrepresent defining moments of the past 150 years...andcrystallized them with photographs that leap from thepage to evoke joy and anger, triumph and despair.Supporting the visuals are firsthand journal excerpts,photographers’ on-site notes, and insightful text byphotography historian Nick Yapp. National Geographic • HC • 978-1-4262-0197-4 • 320pp. $35.00/$44.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $17.50

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The BetterPhoto Guide to ExposureBy Sean ArbabiAmphoto Books • TR • 978-0-817-43554-7 • 224pp. $24.95/$27.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $12.50

Camera RAW 101Better Photos with Photoshop, Elements, and LightroomBy Jon CanfieldAmphoto Books • TR • 978-0-817-43229-4 • 176pp. $24.99/$29.99 Can. • Exam Copy: $12.50

The Art of People PhotographyInspiring Techniques for Creative ResultsBy Bambi Cantrell and Skip CohenAmphoto Books • TR • 978-0-817-45567-5 • 176pp. $24.95/NCR• Exam Copy: $12.50

Digital SLR HandbookBy John FreemanAmphoto Books • TR • 978-0-817-40518-2 • 256pp. $19.95/$24.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

Mastering HDR PhotographyCombining Technology and Artistry to Create High Dynamic Range ImagesBy Michael FreemanAmphoto Books • TR • 978-0-817-49999-0 • 160pp. $24.95/$29.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $12.50

The BetterPhoto Guide to Photographing ChildrenBy Jim MiotkeAmphoto Books • TR • 978-0-817-42448-0 • 224pp. $24.95/$27.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $12.50

The BetterPhoto Guide to Digital Nature PhotographyBy Jim MiotkeAmphoto Books • TR • 978-0-817-43553-0 • 224pp. $24.95/$31.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $12.50

The BetterPhoto Guide to DigitalPhotographyBy Jim MiotkeAmphoto Books • TR • 978-0-817-43552-3 • 224pp. $24.95/$29.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $12.50

Lighting and the Dramatic PortraitThe Art of Celebrity and Editorial PhotographyBy Michael GreccoAmphoto Books • TR • 978-0-817-44227-9 • 244pp. $29.95/$34.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $15.00

Night and Low-Light PhotographyProfessional Techniques from Experts for Artistic and Commercial SuccessBy Jill WatermanAmphoto Books • TR • 978-0-817-43241-6 • 208pp. $29.95/$32.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $15.00

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Learning to See CreativelyDesign, Color and Composition in PhotographyBy Bryan PetersonAmphoto Books • TR • 978-0-817-44181-4 • 160pp. $25.95/$32.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $13.00

Understanding Close-Up PhotographyCreative Close Encounters with or without a Macro LensBy Bryan PetersonAmphoto Books • TR • 978-0-817-42719-1 • 160pp. $25.95/$30.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $13.00

Bryan Peterson’s UnderstandingPhotography Field GuideHow to Shoot Great Photographs with Any CameraBy Bryan PetersonAmphoto Books • TR • 978-0-817-43225-6 • 400pp. $24.99/$29.99 Can. • Exam Copy: $12.50

Understanding Digital PhotographyTechniques for Getting Great PicturesBy Bryan PetersonAmphoto Books • TR • 978-0-817-43796-1 • 160pp. $25.95/$32.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $13.00

Understanding Shutter SpeedCreative Action and Low-Light Photography Beyond 1/125 SecondBy Bryan PetersonAmphoto Books • TR • 978-0-817-46301-4 • 160pp. $25.95/$30.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $13.00

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Sacred HeartsA NovelBy Sarah DunantSarah Dunant’s latest novel, Sacred Hearts—the third inher triptych of books set in the Italian Renaissance—delves into the hidden lives of 16th-century Benedictinenuns. Set in 1570, the book takes place at the SantaCaterina convent, a fictional community based on a realconvent outside Ferrara. Art, history, mystery, intrigueand more are combined in this remarkable look atRenaissance life.For more books by Sarah Dunant, visit http://www.randomhouse.com/author/results.pperl?authorid=7559

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True PerceptionThe Path of Dharma ArtBy Chögyam TrungpaEdited by Judith L. LiefThe renowned meditation master and artist ChögyamTrungpa shows how the principles of dharma art—anycreative work that springs from an awakened state ofmind, characterized by directness, unselfconsciousness,and nonaggression—extend to everyday life: any activitycan provide an opportunity to relax and open our sensesto the phenomenal world.Shambhala • TR • 978-1-59030-588-1 • 224pp. $16.95/$20.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $3.00

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New York DecoBy Richard BerenholtzNew York Deco profiles the architecture of the city duringits most stylish and dazzling decades: the late 1920s and’30s. Richard Berenholtz’s stunning photographs of thefinest examples of NYC’s art deco architecture—theChrysler Building, the Empire State Building, RockefellerCenter, the Waldorf Astoria, and the Lenox Lounge—isaccompanied by text from writers, artists, and personali-ties of the era, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, DorothyParker, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Willem de Kooning andOgden Nash, among others.Welcome Books • HC • 978-1-599-62078-7 • 160pp. $19.95/$24.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $10.00

The New York WaterfrontEvolution and Building Culture of the Port and HarborBy Kevin Bone, Eugenia Bone and Mary Beth BettsIn The New York Waterfront, historians, students,architects, and teachers take a look at where the port andharbor have been and speculate about their future. Thesix essays in this book offer an historical context and acommentary on solutions, both hypothetical and thosein-progress. It is as much about New York’s civic cultureas about its waterfront, and thus it’s a fascinating read,even for those without a vested interest in the future ofthe harbor.The Monacelli Press • TR • 978-1-8852-5454-2 • 288pp. $40.00/$45.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $20.00

Everyday UrbanismExpandedBy John ChaseEdited by Margaret Crawford and Kaliski JohnFirst published in 1999, and expanded into a new edition(2008), Everyday Urbanism has become a classic in thediscussion of cities and real life. Within the context ofhistory, theory, and practice of urban design, the essaysexplore the city as a social entity that must be responsiveto daily routines and neighborhood concerns and offerboth an analysis of and a method for working within thesocial and political urban framework.The Monacelli Press • TR • 978-1-580-93201-1 • 224pp. $45.00/$52.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $22.50

Makers of Modern ArchitectureFrom Frank Lloyd Wright to Frank GehryBy Martin Filler“Imagine a Vasari’s Lives for architects, ranging fromLouis Sullivan to Gehry, Piano, Calatrava. That’s whatMartin Filler has written with vivacity, concision, andencyclopedic erudition in Makers of Modern Architecture.If you’re an old architectural hand, you’ll need this bookas an essential point of reference; if you’re an avidamateur who wonders about the built world, you’ll find itthe best college course you never took.” —John GuareNew York Review of Books • HC • 978-1-59017-227-8 • 352pp. $27.95/$35.95 Can. • Exam Copy: $14.00

Essence of HomeTimeless Elements of DesignBy Liesl GeigerForeword by Richard GluckmanWritten for everyone who dreams of building a house,Essence of Home provides a step-by-step look at theplanning process. Author and architect Geigeremphasizes the expectations and opportunities inherentin the architect-client relationship and presents avocabulary with which clients can describe theirpreferences for lifestyle, space usage, and design. Casestudies illustrate the principles of the design concepts,offering tangible and compelling examples of how acustomized home is a remarkable opportunity forpersonal expression.The Monacelli Press • HC • 978-1-58093-196-0 • 224pp. $45.00/$52.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $22.50

A History of the FutureBy Donna GoodmanA History of the Future explores the impact of moderntechnology on design and planning, beginning withRenaissance concepts that laid the foundations formodern visionary work and concluding with emergingprojects in sustainable design. It also includes relevantprojects in related fields, such as film, photography, andindustrial design.The Monacelli Press • HC • 978-1-58093-207-3 • 280pp. $45.00/$52.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $22.50

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The Light Construction ReaderBy Jeffrey Kipnis and Todd GannonThe Light Construction Reader is an ambitious collection oftwenty-eight essays that explores the themes and issuessurrounding the role of materials, the nature ofarchitectural effect and the legacy of modernism.Included here are essays by exhibition curator TerenceRiley as well as noted architects and critics such as PeterEisenman, Anthony Vidler, Greg Lynn, Robin Evans,Colin Rowe, and Robert Slutzky. Also represented areItalo Calvino, Jacques Derrida, Jean Starobinski, andmany others.The Monacelli Press • TR • 978-1-58093-105-2 • 400pp. $45.00/$52.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $22.50

Delirious New YorkA Retroactive Manifesto for ManhattanBy Rem KoolhaasIn this fanciful volume, Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas,founder of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture(O.M.A.), both analyzes and celebrates New York City.Suggesting the city as the site for an infinite variety ofhuman activities and events—both real and imagined—the essence of the metropolitan lifestyle, its “culture ofcongestion” and its architecture are revealed in a brilliantnew light.The Monacelli Press • TR • 978-1-885254-00-9 • 320pp. $35.00/$40.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $17.50

Masters of Modern DesignA Critical AssessmentBy George H. MarcusThe twelve designers featured in Masters of Modern Designhave had an immeasurable impact on the buildings, hous-es, furniture, cars, and basic products we use daily. GeorgeMarcus offers biographical sketches and critical evalua-tions of William Morris, Henry van de Velde, JosefHoffmann, Frank Lloyd Wright, Le Corbusier, and manyothers. These profiles present a parallel history of designmovements from the nineteenth century on: Arts andCrafts, Art Nouveau, the International Style, theBauhaus, postmodernism, and more.The Monacelli Press • HC • 978-1-580-93160-1 • 240pp. $50.00/$57.50 Can. • Exam Copy: $25.00

Modeling MessagesThe Architect and the ModelBy Karen MoonModeling Messages explores the way architects use modelsto project their ideas and shows how changes in thematerials and processes of model making contribute to amodel’s capacity for expression. The volume focuses onmodels, American and international, from the second halfof the twentieth century within a context of the history ofarchitectural models. Among the illustrations areinventive designs by architects Peter Eisenman, FrankGehry, Zada Hadid, and Cesar Pelli.The Monacelli Press • HC • 978-1-580-93128-1 • 240pp. $39.95/$45.00 Can. • Exam Copy: $20.00

Towards a New MuseumBy Victoria NewhouseShould art museums be designed to surprise and delight orto instruct and uplift? Should the museum building be atemple of art or an entertainment complex? In Towards aNew Museum, architectural historian Victoria Newhouseconsiders these and other questions about museums. Shealso examines dozens of art museums built during the1980s and 1990s and describes how the buildings fit intothe history of ideas about the proper function of museums.The Monacelli Press • TR • 978-1-580-93180-9 • 349pp. $50.00/$57.50 Can. • Exam Copy: $25.00

Support and ResistStructural Engineers and Design InnovationBy Nina RappaportAs architectural projects have grown larger and morecomplex, the collaborative partnership of architects andstructural engineers has gained prominence. Support andResist is the first book to focus on the revolution inengineering culture in which structure shares the stagewith design. In profiles of fourteen American andinternational engineers and more than thirty case studies,Nina Rappaport details facets of this revolution:collaboration, intuition, structural integration, hybridstructures, structure as decoration, computer workflow,and fabrication technologies.The Monacelli Press • HC • 978-1-580-93187-8 • 240pp. $50.00/$57.50 Can. • Exam Copy: $25.00

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100 CREATIVE DRAWING IDEAS ....................................4100 DAYS IN PHOTOGRAPHS ........................................15Abell, Sam..........................................................................11ALLA PRIMA........................................................................7AMERICAN FARMER........................................................12American Society Media Photos ..................................12AMERICAN WIDOW ........................................................10ANATOMY LESSONS ........................................................5ANGEL OF THE LEFT BANK, THE ....................................1ANNIE LEIBOVITZ AT WORK..........................................13Arbabi, Sean......................................................................16Aristides, Juliette ..............................................................4ART FROM INTUITION ......................................................8ART OF BUDDHISM, THE ..................................................2ART OF PEOPLE PHOTOGRAPHY ..................................16ART THEORY FOR BEGINNERS........................................8ART WITHOUT COMPROMISE ........................................9ARTISTIC ANATOMY..........................................................8ARTIST’S COMPLETE HEALTH & SAFETY GUIDE ........9ARTIST’S COMPLETE GUIDE TO DRAWING

THE HEAD ....................................................................8ARTIST’S GUIDE TO FACIAL EXPRESSIONS ................6ARTIST’S GUIDE TO PUBLIC ART....................................5ARTIST’S MENTOR, THE ..................................................7ASMP PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS PRACTICES

IN PHOTOGRAPHY ....................................................12Atalay, Bulent ......................................................................4Audette, Anna Held............................................................4Avakian, Alexandra ..........................................................11Basa, Lynn ..........................................................................5BATTLE: A POSTCARD COLLECTION ............................14Bendavid-Val, Leah ....................................................11, 12Berenholtz, Richard ........................................................18BEST OF SIMON AND KIRBY, THE ..................................4BETTERPHOTO GUIDE TO DIGITAL NATURE ..............16BETTERPHOTO GUIDE TO DIGITAL

PHOTOGRAPHY ..........................................................16BETTERPHOTO GUIDE TO EXPOSURE..........................16BETTERPHOTO GUIDE TO PHOTOGRAPHING

CHILDREN ..................................................................16Beverly Hale, Robert..........................................................5Blake, Wendon....................................................................5BLINDSPOT ........................................................................2Bone, Kevin ......................................................................18BORN UNDER SATURN ....................................................3Browne, Dik ......................................................................10CALIFORNIA THE BEAUTIFUL ........................................14CAMERA RAW 101 ..........................................................16Canfield, Jon ....................................................................16Cantrell, Bambi ................................................................16Cateura, Linda ....................................................................5Chase, John ......................................................................18CHINA ..................................................................................3CLASSIC HUMAN ANATOMY ..........................................9CLASSICAL DRAWING ATELIE ........................................4Cohen, Michele ..................................................................1COLOR ..................................................................................1COMPLETE BOOK OF PHOTOGRAPHY, THE ................13Crawford, Tad......................................................................6De Reyna, Rudy ..................................................................6Deghati, Reza ....................................................................11DELIRIOUS NEW YORK....................................................19DIGITAL SLR HANDBOOK ..............................................16DIME-STORE ALCHEMY....................................................3DRAWING LESSONS FROM THE GREAT........................7Dunant, Sarah ..................................................................17DYNAMIC FIGURE DRAWING ..........................................7EDUCATION OF A PHOTOGRAPHER ............................15Elliott, Virgil..........................................................................6ESSENCE OF HOME ........................................................18ETHICS AND THE VISUAL ARTS......................................2EVERYDAY URBANISM ..................................................18EXPERIMENTAL GEOGRAPHY........................................15

Faigin, Gary..........................................................................6Fairs, Marcus ......................................................................6Falk, Kurt ..............................................................................3Feldstein, Peter ................................................................12Filler, Martin ......................................................................18Finlay, Victoria ....................................................................1Freeman, John ..................................................................16Freeman, Michael ............................................................16FROM HEAVEN TO ARCADIA ..........................................2Geiger, Liesl ......................................................................18Gibbons, Dave ..................................................................10Goodman, Donna..............................................................18Grecco, Michael ..............................................................16GREEN DESIGN ..................................................................6Guptill, Arthur L. ..................................................................7Gury, Al ................................................................................7HAGAR THE HORRIBLE ..................................................10Hale, Robert Beverly..........................................................7Hamilton, James ................................................................3Harr, Jonathan ....................................................................1Hart, Christopher ..............................................................10HISTORY OF THE FUTURE, A ..........................................18Hogarth, Burne ..................................................................7HOW TO DRAW WHAT YOU SEE ....................................6Hoy, Anne H. ....................................................................13I SOLD ANDY WARHOL (TOO SOON)..............................2IN FOCUS ..........................................................................14INDIA ................................................................................13INSIDE THE VATICAN ......................................................13INSTANT ART HISTORY ....................................................3Jackman, Ian ......................................................................7Johnson, Paul ....................................................................1Kamensky, Jane and Jill Lepore......................................2Kauffmann, Jean-Paul ......................................................1Kent, Corita ..........................................................................8King, Elaine ..........................................................................2Kipnis, Jeffrey ..................................................................19Koolhaas, Rem ..................................................................19Krages, Bert ......................................................................13Langer, Ellen J.....................................................................8LEARNING BY HEART........................................................8LEARNING TO SEE CREATIVELY ....................................17LEGAL GUIDE FOR VISUAL ARTIST ................................6Leibovitz, Annie ................................................................13Leidy, Denise Patry ............................................................2LEONARDO’S UNIVERSE ..................................................4LIFE OF A PHOTOGRAPH, THE ......................................11LIGHT CONSTRUCTION READER, THE ........................19LIGHTING & DRAMATIC PORTRAIT..............................16LIVES MOST EXCELLENT PAINTERS, THE ....................4LOST PAINTING, THE ........................................................1MAKERS OF MODERN ARCHITECTURE ......................18MANGA ARTIST’S WORKBOOK, THE ..........................10MANGA BIBLE, THE ........................................................10MANGA FOR THE BEGINNER ........................................10MANGA: THE COMPLETE GUIDE ..................................10Marcus, George H. ..........................................................19MASTERING HDR PHOTOGRAPHY ..............................16MASTERS OF MODERN DESIGN ..................................19Maughan, William ..............................................................8McDowell, Bart ................................................................13Meola, Eric ........................................................................13Miotke, Jim........................................................................16Mobley, Paul......................................................................12MODELING MESSAGES ..................................................19Moon, Karen......................................................................19Moore, Alan ......................................................................10NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ESSENTIAL VISUAL

HISTORY OF WORLD MYTHOLOGY ........................14National Geographic Society ........................................14NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ULTIMATE FIELD GUIDE

TO PHOTOGRAPHY ....................................................14National Geographic........................................................14

NEW ACRYLICS ..................................................................9NEW ACRYLICS ESSENTIAL SOURCEBOOK ................9NEW YORK DECO ............................................................18NEW YORK WATERFRONT..............................................18Newhouse, Victoria ........................................................19NIGHT & LOW-LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY ........................16Nimmer, Dean......................................................................8NUDE FEMALE FIGURE......................................................9ODYSSEYS AND PHOTOGRAPHS..................................11OIL PAINTING SECRETS FROM A MASTER ..................5ON BECOMING AN ARTIST..............................................8Osborne, Richard................................................................8Osprey Publishing ............................................................14OUT OF PICTURE 1 ..........................................................10OUT OF PICTURE 2 ..........................................................10OXFORD PROJECT, THE ..................................................12Peterson, Bryan ................................................................17PHOTOGRAPHER’S LIFE, A ............................................13PHOTOGRAPHY: ART OF COMPOSITION ....................13Polsky, Richard ..................................................................2PORTRAIT DRAWING ........................................................5PUBLIC ART FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS ..............................1Rappaport, Nina................................................................19REAL BUSINESS OF PHOTOGRAPHY ..........................15RENAISSANCE, THE ..........................................................1RENDERING IN PEN AND INK ........................................7Renoir, Jean ........................................................................3RENOIR, MY FATHER..........................................................3REZA WAR AND PEACE ..................................................11Richer, Paul..........................................................................8Richmond, Wendy ..............................................................9Robinson, Walter ................................................................3Rossol, Monona..................................................................9Rowell, Galen ....................................................................14Rowland, Ingrid D...............................................................2SACRED HEARTS..............................................................17SELLING YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY ....................................15Siku ....................................................................................10Simic, Charles ....................................................................3Simon, Joe4 ..........................................................................Smith, Mark Edward ..........................................................9STARTING TO DRAW ........................................................5Steuber, Jason ....................................................................3SUPPORT & RESIST: STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

AND DESIGN INNOVATION ....................................19Tauchid, Rheni ....................................................................9The Artists Of Oop ............................................................10Thompson, Jason ............................................................10Thompson, Nato ..............................................................15THROUGH THE LENS ......................................................12Torres, Alissa ....................................................................10TOWARDS A NEW MUSEUM ........................................19TRADITIONAL OIL PAINTING ..........................................6Traub, Charles ..................................................................15TRUE PERCEPTION ..........................................................17Trungpa, Chögyam............................................................17TURNER................................................................................3UNDERSTANDING CLOSE-UP PHOTOGRAPHY ..........17UNDERSTANDING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY ..............17UNDERSTANDING EXPOSURE ......................................17UNDERSTANDING PHOTOGRAPHY FIELD GUIDE ......17UNDERSTANDING SHUTTER SPEED ............................17UNKNOWN HIERONYMUS BOSCH ................................3Vasari, Giorgio ....................................................................4WATCHING THE WATCHMEN ........................................10WATCHMEN ......................................................................10Waterman, Jill ..................................................................16Weisgrau, Richard............................................................15WINDOWS OF THE SOUL................................................11Winslow, Valerie L. ............................................................9Wittkower, Rudolf ..............................................................3Yapp, Nick ..........................................................................15

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