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The Colourful Past

Author : Judith H. Hofenk de Graaff,Wilma G. Th Roelofs,Maarten R. van Bommel
Publisher : Archetype Publications
Page : 414 pages
File Size : 49,9 Mb
Release : 2004
Category : Art
ISBN : UOM:39015059200918

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An overview of well-known dyestuffs used for dyeing textiles, and the relation between dyestuffs and organic pigments in paintings and their historical relevance.

Colourful Past

Author : Paul Lanagan,Michael Grieve
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 12 pages
File Size : 51,7 Mb
Release : 2007
Category : Electronic
ISBN : 0954325338

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All the Colours In Between

Author : Eva Jordan
Publisher : Open Road Media
Page : 468 pages
File Size : 44,6 Mb
Release : 2021-05-20
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9781504070713

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A novel of “love, friendships and laughter, heartbreak, loss and tears, simply life in its full glory” from the author of 183 Times a Year (A Bookaholic Swede). Life is never straightforward. Lizzie is fast approaching fifty. Her once angst-ridden teenage daughters have flown the nest: Cassie to London and Maisy to Australia. And although Connor, Lizzie’s teenage son, is now on his own tormented passage to adulthood, his quest to get there is a far quieter journey than that of his sisters. The hard years, Lizzie believes, are behind her. But things are never quite as black and white as them seem . . . A visit to her daughter in London leaves Lizzie troubled. And that’s just to start. Add to the mix an unexpected visitor, a disturbing phone call, a son acting suspiciously, a run-in with her ex-husband, plus a new man in her life, and Lizzie will soon learn life is something that happens while you’re busy making plans. Nobody said it would be easy. Lizzie knows only too well that life is never straightforward when you see all the colours in between. “All the Colours in Between explores the theme of families in a highly captivating read, full of laughter, tears, and bittersweet moments. A fabulous and surprising read that I would highly recommend.” —The Book Review Café “Filled with emotion: you’ll laugh and you’ll cry but you’ll never forget All the Colours in Between. The characters are so enchanting that I think of them as my own family and I’m sure many readers feel the same.” —The Book Magnet Don’t miss the third book in the trilogy, Time Will Tell

Middlesbrough - A Colourful Past

Author : Paul Menzies
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 45,5 Mb
Release : 2022-04
Category : Electronic
ISBN : 1838008683

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Raj Rhapsodies: Tourism, Heritage and the Seduction of History

Author : Maxine Weisgrau,Carol Henderson
Publisher : Routledge
Page : 282 pages
File Size : 45,6 Mb
Release : 2016-03-23
Category : Business & Economics
ISBN : 9781317071624

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Raj Rhapsodies: Tourism, Heritage and the Seduction of History by Maxine Weisgrau,Carol Henderson Pdf

Heritage is a prized cultural commodity in the marketing of tourism destinations. Particular aspects of heritage are often more actively promoted, with others played down. The representation of heritage in tourism as static and timeless, derived since time immemorial from a distant past, is seductive. In Asia, a major part of the tourism market lies in the sale and consumption of highly orientalized images and versions of culture and history. In India’s marketing discourse, the state of Rajasthan symbolizes the nation in its heritage-laden, traditional and most authentic form. These images draw heavily on the British period in India - the Raj. In one sense, this vision of Rajasthan is ennobling, highlighting moments of cultural pride. In another sense, it demeans, by omitting and obscuring salient features of contemporary life. This fascinating book explores the cultural politics of tourism through interdisciplinary perspectives. Carol E. Henderson and Maxine Weisgrau demonstrate that tourism heritage privileges elite histories that recapitulate colonial relationships, compelling non-elites to collude in these narratives of subordination even as they advance their own alternative visions of history.

The Proust Effect

Author : Cretien van Campen
Publisher : OUP Oxford
Page : 192 pages
File Size : 45,5 Mb
Release : 2014-01-23
Category : Psychology
ISBN : 9780191509308

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The senses can be powerful triggers for memories of our past, eliciting a range of both positive and negative emotions. The smell or taste of a long forgotten sweet can stimulate a rich emotional response connected to our childhood, or a piece of music transport us back to our adolescence. Sense memories can be linked to all the senses - sound, vision, and even touch can also trigger intense and emotional memories of our past. In The Proust Effect, we learn about why sense memories are special, how they work in the brain, how they can enrich our daily life, and even how they can help those suffering from problems involving memory. A sense memory can be evoked by a smell, a taste, a flavour, a touch, a sound, a melody, a colour or a picture, or by some other involuntary sensory stimulus. Any of these can triggers a vivid, emotional reliving of a forgotten event in the past. Exploring the senses in thought-provoking scientific experiments and artistic projects, this fascinating book offers new insights into memory - drawn from neuroscience, the arts, and professions such as education, elderly care, health care therapy and the culinary profession.

Ghalib

Author : Mehr Afshan Farooqui
Publisher : Penguin Random House India Private Limited
Page : 344 pages
File Size : 42,7 Mb
Release : 2024-02-06
Category : Literary Criticism
ISBN : 9789357084819

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Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib was born in Agra in the closing years of the eighteenth century. He wrote in both Urdu and Persian and was also a great prose stylist. Ghalib fascinates his readers for many reasons, but one of the most noted qualities in Ghalib was that he was a careful, even strict, editor of his work. It is said that he discarded or disregarded more than half of his Urdu verses. These verses were forgotten for long, until as late as 1918, in the library of the princely state of Bhopal. In 1921, they were edited and published as a new Divan-e Ghalib. In Flowers in a Mirror, Mehr Afshan Farooqi continues her research in the strain of her first book, A Wilderness at My Doorstep. She examines Ghalib’s approach to his work, the world in which he lived and composed, and ultimately, his genius. She selects 30 ghazals from the rejected corpus, translates them into English and provides an erudite, sparkling critical commentary. Through this book, she highlights the significance of marginalized poetry and the need to reinstate the forgotten verses in our lives and hearts.

Woodland Flowers

Author : Keith Kirby
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
Page : 602 pages
File Size : 45,6 Mb
Release : 2020-08-06
Category : Nature
ISBN : 9781472949080

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'A meticulously researched, important and beautiful volume that goes well beyond the scope of its title to describe the hitherto neglected subject of woodland flora and place it in a broad ecological and historical context.' - Stehan Buczacki Observing the plants of the forest floor – the flowers, ferns, sedges and grasses – can be a vital way of understanding our relationship with British woodland. They tell us stories about its history and past management, and can be a visible sign of progress when we get conservation right. For centuries, woodland plants have also been part of our lives in practical ways as food and medicines, and they have influenced our culture through poetry, perfume and pub signs. In this insightful and original account, Keith Kirby explores how woodland plants in Great Britain have come to be where they are, coped with living in the shade of their bigger relatives, and responded to threats in the form of storms, fires, floods, the attentions of grazing herbivores and the effects of the changing seasons. Along the way, the reader is introduced to the work of important botanists who have walked the woods in the past, collecting information on where plants occur and why. In-depth profiles of some of our most important and popular ground flora species provide extra detail and insight. Beautifully illustrated, Woodland Flowers is a must for anyone who appreciates and wants to learn more about British woodland and its plants.

Heritage of Colour

Author : Jenny Dean
Publisher : Search Press Limited
Page : 160 pages
File Size : 49,5 Mb
Release : 2014-02-03
Category : Crafts & Hobbies
ISBN : 9781781267837

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A Heritage of Colour explores the techniques that can be used to create a wealth of colours from 50 plants, including many that have been in constant use as dyes for over 2000 years. Inspired by the colours on textile fragments from the Iron Age and by the achievements of early dyers, the author describes some of the dyes and methods of the past and considers how they can be adapted for use by today's dyers. The book covers all the basics of natural dyeing and explains in detail how to experiment with local plants, wherever you may live, to produce a wide range of beautiful, rich colours on textile fibres. A Heritage of Colour also includes sections on dyeing with fungi, contact printing on cloth and dyeing multi-coloured fibres and fabrics. The emphasis throughout is on environmentally-friendly methods and on the thrill of personal discovery through practical experience. Follow Jenny's blog on http://www.jennydean.co.uk/

Rich Apparel

Author : Maria Hayward
Publisher : Routledge
Page : 519 pages
File Size : 40,7 Mb
Release : 2017-03-02
Category : History
ISBN : 9781351903196

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English dress in the second half of the sixteenth century has been studied in depth, yet remarkably little has been written on the earlier years, or indeed on male clothing for the whole century. The few studies that do cover these neglected areas have tended to be quite general, focusing upon garments rather than the wearers. As such this present volume fills an important gap by providing a detailed analysis of not only what people wore in Henry's reign, but why. The book describes and analyses dress in England through a variety of documents, including warrants and accounts from Henry's Great Wardrobe and the royal household, contemporary narrative sources, legislation enacted by Parliament, guild regulations, inventories and wills, supported with evidence and observations derived from visual sources and surviving garments. Whilst all these sources are utilised, the main focus of the study is built around the sumptuary legislation, or the four 'Acts of Apparel' passed by Henry between 1509 and 1547. English sumptuary legislation was concerned primarily with male dress, and starting at the top of society with the king and his immediate family, it worked its way down through the social hierarchy, but stopped short of the poor who did not have sufficient disposable income to afford the items under consideration. Certain groups - such as women and the clergy - who were specifically excluded from the legislation, are examined in the second half of the book. Combining the consideration of such primary sources with modern scholarly analysis, this book is invaluable for anyone with an interest in the history of fashion, clothing, and consumption in Tudor society.

Cotton in Context

Author : Kim Siebenhüner
Publisher : Böhlau Köln
Page : 425 pages
File Size : 47,9 Mb
Release : 2019-09-16
Category : Science
ISBN : 9783412515119

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- While cotton was a world-changing good in the early modern period, for producers, merchants, and consumers, it was but one of many different fabrics. This volume explores this dichotomy by contextualizing cotton within its contemporary culture of textiles. In doing, it focuses on a long, under-researched region: the German-speaking world, particularly Switzerland, which transformed into one of the most prolific European regions for the production of printed cottons in the eighteenth century. Sixteen contributions investigate the (globally entangled) history of Indiennes, silk, wool, and embroideries, giving new insights into the manufacturing, marketing, and consumption of textiles between 1500 and 1900.

Encyclopaedia Of Quotable Couplets

Author : M.R. Shetty
Publisher : Pentagon Press
Page : 696 pages
File Size : 53,8 Mb
Release : 2005
Category : Couplets
ISBN : 8182741254

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Printing Colour 1400-1700

Author : Anonim
Publisher : BRILL
Page : 278 pages
File Size : 49,8 Mb
Release : 2015-08-24
Category : Art
ISBN : 9789004290112

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In Printing Colour 1400–1700, Ad Stijnman and Elizabeth Savage offer the first handbook of early modern colour printmaking before 1700 (when most such histories begin), creating a new, interdisciplinary paradigm for the history of graphic art. It unveils a corpus of thousands of individual colour prints from across early modern Europe, proposing art historical, bibliographical, technical and scientific contexts for understanding them and their markets. The twenty-three contributions represent the state of research in this still-emerging field. From the first known attempts in the West until the invention of the approach we still use today (blue-red-yellow-black/‘key’, now CMYK), it demonstrates that colour prints were not rare outliers, but essential components of many early modern book, print and visual cultures.

Books on Colour 1495-2015: History and Bibliography

Author : Roy Osborne
Publisher : Lulu.com
Page : 294 pages
File Size : 46,9 Mb
Release : 2015-10-25
Category : History
ISBN : 9781326459710

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Updated to 2020, BOOKS ON COLOUR 1495-2015 offers quick and easy reference to 2,500 authors and editors and over 3,000 titles published by them. Following a concise historical survey of colour literature, authors are listed in an A-Z directory, together with titles, dates and places of publication, and translations for non-English titles. Biographical references are included where known. Chronological indexes of authors precede the bibliographical listing and alphabetical indexes of authors follow it. Publications are categorised under 27 general headings: Architecture, Chemistry, Classification, Colorants, Computing & Television, Decoration, Design, Dress & Cosmetics, Dyeing, Flora & Fauna, Food, Glass, History, Lighting, Metrology, Music, Optics, Painting, Perception, Philosophy, Photography & Cinema, Printing, Psychology, Symbolism, Terminology, Therapy, and Vision.

Turkey Red

Author : Julie Wertz
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
Page : 233 pages
File Size : 51,5 Mb
Release : 2024-01-25
Category : Design
ISBN : 9781350216525

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This multi-disciplinary study examines the exceptional Turkey red textile dyeing process and product. Prized for its brilliant colour and durability, yet notoriously difficult to produce, the textile was consumed locally and exported around the world. Considered one of the first instances of industrial espionage, the expansion of the Turkey red industry is closely linked to the Industrial Revolution and the emergence of a new global economy. Significant technological advances in chemistry and dyeing were motivated by the demands of Turkey red dyers and printers, who were located primarily in the west of Scotland, the north of England, and around Mulhouse, Switzerland. This book explores the arc of the Turkey red industry, the evolution of the process through key producers and technical developments, the complicated printing process, and finishes with an examination of significant Turkey red collections and a selection of object case studies. The chemistry of the process is described in an accessible, contextual manner, highlighting the significance of the distinctive technique that yielded the best red attainable on cotton. Drawing on both historical and contemporary study, Turkey Red presents significant new research on the material characterisation of this fascinating, eye-catching textile, and offers an in-depth historical example of the global effect of textile consumption.