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Sanctified Landscape
Writers, Artists, and the Hudson River Valley, 1820–1909
David Schuyler
In Sanctified Landscape, David Schuyler recounts the story of America's idealization of the Hudson Valley in art and literature during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.



Barns of New York
Rural Architecture of the Empire State
Cynthia G. Falk
Barns of New York explores and celebrates the agricultural and architectural diversity of the Empire State, providing a unique compendium of the vernacular architecture of rural New York and an authoritative reference for historic preservation efforts.



Modern and Contemporary Southeast Asian Art
An Anthology
This anthology explores artistic practices and works from a diverse and vibrant region.



The Total Work of Art in European Modernism
David Roberts
Situating the Gesamtkunstwerk at the heart of European modernism.



Shifting Places
Peter Downsbrough, the Photographs
Alexander Streitberger
This book provides, for the first time, a profound insight into Peter Downsbrough's diverse and complex use of photography within his artistic work over the last 40 years.



Living with History, 1914–1964
Rebuilding Europe after the First and Second World Wars and the Role of Heritage Preservation



By Sword and Plow
France and the Conquest of Algeria
Jennifer E. Sessions
Generously illustrated with examples of this imperialist iconography, Sessions's work connects a wide-ranging culture of empire to specific policies of colonization during a pivotal period in the genesis of modern France.



The Art of Strip Photography
Making Still Images with a Moving Camera
Maarten Vanvolsem
Maarten Vanvolsem explains how the strip technique can tell a different story of time and space in photographic images, a story that leads to new expressions and experiences of time and movement.



On the Ruins of Babel
Architectural Metaphor in German Thought
Daniel Purdy
Purdy traces the use of architectural reasoning as a method for critically examining consciousness from Kant and Hegel to Benjamin and Libeskind.






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