A History Of Pictures From: The Cave To The Computer Screen
A History Of Pictures chronicles the story of picture making and its evolution from mark making and cave paintings to movie and computer screens. The volume contains two distinct voices: David Hockney RA, celebrated artist and maker of pictures, and Martin Gayford, art critic and artist biographer with a fascination for how images are made.
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|No. of Pages||344|
|No. of Illustrations||325|
|Dimensions||27.9 x 21.6cm|
|Fabric & material||Hardback|
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In A History Of Pictures: From The Cave To The Computer Screen 40,000 years of picture making are explored across 18 fascinating chapters.
As well as insights from both David Hockney RA and Martin Gayford, the text is richly illustrated with pictures in a variety of medium, periods and styles - including cave paintings, masterpieces by old masters and even film stills.