1 edition of Gargoyles and grotesques found in the catalog.
Gargoyles and grotesques
Includes bibliographical references (p. 63) and index.
|Series||Shire library -- no. 628, Shire library -- no. 628.|
|LC Classifications||NA3683.G37 W66 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||2011534252|
The grotesques are just an ornamental touch, according to Glen Gildemeister in his book “Castle on a Hill.” He writes that originally there were 11 grotesques on the battlements, but some were. When Sherwood Anderson submitted his manuscript of Winesburg, Ohio to a publisher it had a different title; he had named it The Book of the gh the publisher changed the name of the book, he left the title of the Introduction the same, so Winesburg begins with a sketch that is not about Winesburg or George Willard, but about the concept of the grotesque.
- Gargoyle (from French "gargouille" for throat) serves as a spout to divert water from a roof. Grotesques are fun or fierce, but are only decorative. See more ideas about Gothic gargoyles, Statue and Green man pins. Enter a mysterious world of fantasy, beauty, and horror with this extraordinary collection of architectural details from centuries-old structures such as the Louvre, Notre Dame, and historic buildings throughout Europe. Hundreds of images depict gargoyles, masks, busts, cartouches, fountains, pedestals, and more. The CD-ROM includes all images from the book.
Gargoyles, Chimeres and the Grotesque in French Gothic Sculpture. Da Capo Press series in Architecture and Decorative Art, Vol. New York: Da Capo Press (Architectural Book Publ. Co., Inc. W. 46th St.), NY (). Oxford's Gargoyles and Grotesques by John Blackwood and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at x - Oxford's Gargoyles and Grotesques by Blackwood, John - AbeBooks.
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A coffee table book with pics by F-stop Fitzgerald and words by Stephen King. note that words mean a 35 page (photo-illustrated) essay on what King knows and thinks about Gargoyles, off of the top of his head (no research); pics means that, the rest of the book are photos of gargoyles across the States, although mostly in New York and 's 'essay' is Gargoyles and grotesques book and authentic sounding /5.
This book is a turd. Shame on you Dover for producing such a POS. Images inside are drawn weakly at best. if you call crosshatching detail.
your nuts. There are maybe 5 images of Gargoyles. The rest must be grotesques I guesss, meaning bad drawThere are a few images that are in the book twice. Just filler crap. Do not buy this book. Big /5(17). This book will be a collection of fantastic and horrifying photographs of gargoyles taken by avant-garde photographer f-stop fitzgerald (yes, that's his name and the spellingis correct), with a wonderful text by none other than the master of horror, stephen king/5(71).
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stop Fitzgerald. As an added bonus, the one and only Stephen King has written the accompanying text for the book. The symbols and strange images that we find in our cemeteries, religious structures, banks and in our parks are the same symbols that have been part of the framework of the human psyche for thousands of years.
While contemporary man may think that they are simply decorative manifestations of a by-gone era, they represent the fears, dreams, ideas, beliefs and struggles that humankind has. Gargoyles are an architectural feature designed to throw rainwater clear of the walls of a building.
Widely used on medieval churches, these water spouts were often richly decorated, and fashioned as serpents' heads and other fanciful shapes.
Today, the Brand: Bloomsbury USA. Nightmares in the Sky: Gargoyles and Grotesques is a coffee table book about architectural gargoyles, photographed by f-stop Fitzgerald with accompanying text by Stephen King, and published in An excerpt was published in the September issue of of the images have been used as sprites in the videogame Doom and Doom : Stephen King.
In architecture, a gargoyle (/ ˈ ɡ ɑːr ɡ ɔɪ l /) is a carved or formed grotesque: 6–8 with a spout designed to convey water from a roof and away from the side of a building, thereby preventing rainwater from running down masonry walls and eroding the mortar between.
Architects often used multiple gargoyles on a building to divide the flow of rainwater off the roof to minimize the. This book depicts the many fearsome faces of these monstrosities throughout history. Oxford's Gargoyles and Grotesques: A guided tour. John Blackwood.
A wonderful introduction to the Gargoyles of Oxford's many College buildings - our own copy has proved invaluable in the creation of our range of grotesques. Early examples in Roman ornament.
In art, grotesques are ornamental arrangements of arabesques with interlaced garlands and small and fantastic human and animal figures, usually set out in a symmetrical pattern around some form of architectural framework, though this may be very flimsy. Such designs were fashionable in ancient Rome, especially as fresco wall decoration and floor mosaic.
Gargoyles and Grotesques. likes 1 talking about this. Visit our website: Watch a video of an interview with Jan Fleming (the author) from Iowa Public Television Followers: Nightmares in the Sky: Gargoyles and Grotesques Formats: Coffee Table Book Date Synopsis: Text by Stephen King and Photographs by f-stop Fitzgerald.
Coffee table book with duotone and 24 full-color photographs of gargoyles and grotesques by f. In architecture, a grotesque or chimera is a fantastic or mythical figure used for decorative purposes.
Chimerae are often described as gargoyles, although the term gargoyle technically refers to figures carved specifically as terminations to spouts which convey water away from the sides of the Middle Ages, the term babewyn was used to refer to both gargoyles and chimerae.
Gargoyles and Grotesques stock photo and image search. View and buy high quality rights managed images from inside the world famous university - University of Oxford, its. Grotesques, while similar in appearance, serve a variety of other practical and ornamental functions, as corbels or capitals, for instance.
The term, grotesque, can apply to any fanciful human or animal form, especially when it indulges in caricature or absurdity.
These sculptural creatures appear most commonly on religious structures, but also. The medieval context --Patrons and masons --The imagery of gargoyles and grotesques --Gargoyles and the Gothic revival --The conservation of gargoyles and grotesques --Places to visit.
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20 likes. Gargoyles have adorned cathedrals and public buildings for centuries to ward off evil. Let's look at the faces of ers: The grotesques of Notre-Dame, for example, include both functioning gargoyles and a curious collection of decorative sculptures called chimera.
While the latter do not drain water, they’ve come to be known as “gargoyles,” and are arguably the cathedral’s most famous feature.