Art Forms From The Ocean

Author: Ernst Haeckel
Publisher: Prestel Pub
ISBN: 9783791333274
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This book features commentary and descriptions of the radiolarians from Haeckel's work.

Art Forms In Nature

Author: Barbara Dziadosz
Publisher: Prestel
ISBN: 9783791372594
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With coloring books quickly becoming a remedy for daily stress, this collection is certain to be a popular source for those seeking a relaxing pastime that is both artistic and satisfying.

Alien Ocean

Author: Stefan Helmreich
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520942608
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... form exhibited by any particular plant or which characterizes a group of plants"
— enters English in 1899 from German Lebensform, referring to "groups of
similar adaptational form [that] by no means coincide with natural families or
groups of species" (e.g., annuals, rhizomatics). The manifestation of life in forms
more generally was an obsession of nineteenth-century biologist Ernst Haeckel,
noted for his geometrical lithographs of marine protozoa; see Art Forms from the
Ocean: The ...

Art Forms For The Abyss

Author: Peter J. le B. Williams
Publisher: Prestel Publishing
ISBN: 9783791381411
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A guide to the natural world and an inspiration to artists of every stripe, this collection of Haeckel's work is a fitting tribute to a 19th-century genius.

Ocean Country

Author: Liz Cunningham
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1583949615
Size: 54.92 MB
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Braungart, Michael, and William McDonough. Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the
Way We Make Things. New York: North Point Press, 2002. _____. The Upcycle:
Beyond Sustainability—Designing for Abundance. New York: North Point Press,
2013. Breidbach, Olaf. Art Forms from the Ocean: The Radiolarian Prints of Ernst
Haeckel. Munich: Prestel, 2005. Calcagno, Robert, and André Giordan.
Méditerranée: Splendide, fragile, vivante. Monaco: Editions du Rocher, 2010.
Carson, Rachel.

Plankton

Author: Christian Sardet
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022626534X
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Glémarec, M. (2010) La biodiversité littorale, vue par Mathurin Méheut. Éditions
Le Télégramme. Gudin, C. (2003) Une histoire naturelle de la séduction. Le Seuil
. Gould, S.J., ed. (1993) The Book of Life. W. W. Norton & Co. Goy, J. (2009) Les
miroirs de Méduses. Apogée. Gowel, E. (2004) Amazing Jellies. Bunker Hill
Publishing. Hardy, A. C. (1964) The Open Sea: The World of Plankton. Collins.
Haeckel, E. (1882) The Radiolarian Atlas. Rev. ed., Art Forms from the Ocean.

Readings In The Anthropocene

Author: Sabine Wilke
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1501307762
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Modern art or not. The beauty of nature didn't need alienation. You could
approach it with the utmost precision.45 Lohmark sees this precision in Haeckel's
art forms, emanating from observations of nature, well structured, lucid, and
transparent. She finds refuge in them from the jolting ... Just like Schalansky,
Lohmark did not find them in an ocean, but in a book—in the case of Lohmark,
not even in Art Forms in Nature itself, but in a textbook. The extensively narrated
pre-history of the ...

A Companion To American Art

Author: John Davis
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118542495
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Freed from the search for a defining inner experience, these artists gesture
toward art as a language of what Burke would call “unbindings,” the divorce of
form from meaning, and, more broadly, from identitarian claims that positioned
the ... With its sleekly utilitarian forms and its streamlined volumes, the ocean liner
was the essence of sophisticated modernist design; featured in travel posters, it
also signaled the new mobility of a transnational class of elite tourists shuttling
freely ...