Part 4 Bibliography –

Betterton, Rosemary, 1996. Intimate Distance. 1st ed. London: Routledge.

Carson, Fiona, & Pajaczkowska, Claire 2000. Feminist Visual Culture. 1st ed. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Cumming, Laura, 2009. A Face to the Wold: on self-portraits. 1st ed. London: Harper Collins.

Hall, James, 2014. The Self-Portrait: A cultural History. 1st ed. UK: Thames & Hudson.

Kemp Martin & Wallace, Marina (2000), Spectacular Bodies, 1st ed, London, Hayward Gallery

Marion Young, Iris, 2005. On Female Body Experience. 1st ed. New York: Oxford University Press.

Saunders, Gill, 1989. The Nude: a new perspective. 1st ed. London: The Herbert Press Ltd.

Sennett, Richard, 1996. Flesh & Stone. 1st ed. London: W W Norton & Company Ltd.

Simblet, Sarah, 2001. Anatomy for the Artist. 1st ed. London: Dorling Kindersley.

Webb, Peter, 2004. Death, Desire & The Doll. 1st ed. UK: Solar Books.

Woodall, Joanna, 2005. Self-Portrait: Renaissance to Contemporary. 1st ed. London: National Portrait Gallery.

Part 3 – Bibliography

Causey, A. (2013). Paul Nash – Landscape and the Life of Objects. Farnham, UK: Lund Humphries.

Green, L. (2011). W. Barns-Graham – A Studio Life. 2nd ed. Farnham, UK: Lund Humphries.

Harris, A. (2010). Romantic Moderns. 1st ed. London: Thames & Hudson.

Harrison, C., Barker, E. and Vaughan, W. (2005). Samuel Palmer 1805-1881 – Vision and Landscape. London: The British Museum Press.

Harrison, H. (2008). Pencils & Pastels. London, UK: Southwater.

Jarvis, S. (1998). Adorno – A Critical Introduction. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.

Krčma, E. (n.d.). Cinematic drawing in a digital age. [online] Available at: http://www.tate.org.uk/research/publications/tate-papers/14/cinematic-drawing-in-a-digital-age [Accessed 20 Dec. 2016].

Pearson, F. (2007). Joan Eardley. Edinburgh, Scotland: National Galleries of Scotland.

Roberts, I. (2008). Mastering Composition. USA: North Light Books.

Scott, M. (2005). The Sketching & Drawing Bible. 1st ed. London: Search Press.

Smith, R. (2003). The Artist’s Handbook. 1st ed. London: Dorling Kindersley.

The Pallant House Gallery, (2008). Eileen Agar. 1st ed. Chichester, UK: The Pallant House Gallery.

William Kentridge interview: How we make sense of the world. (2014). YouTube.

William Kentridge: Listening to the image — Neubauer Collegium inaugural lecture at the UChicago. (2013). YouTube.

William Kentridge: Peripheral thinking. (2015). YouTube.

Part 2 – Still Life

Abramowicz, J. and Mor, G. (2005) Giorgio Morandi: The art of silence. New Haven, CT, United States: Yale University Press.
Bryson, N. (1990) Looking at the Overlooked:Four Essays n Still Life Paining. London: .
Kertész, E. of A. (1905) In Focus: Still life (Getty center exhibitions). Available at: http://www.getty.edu/art/exhibitions/focus_still_life/ (Accessed: 13 July 2016).
Krčma, E. (2014) ‘Tacita dean and still life’, Art History, 37(5), pp. 960–977. doi: 10.1111/1467-8365.12103.
Lloyd, C. (2015) Paul Cezanne – Drawings & Watercolours. London: Thames & Hudson Ltd.
Macfarlane, K. (ed.) (2016) Double Take. London: The Drawing Room.
Photography, T. (no date) Relational aesthetics. Available at: http://www.tate.org.uk/learn/online-resources/glossary/r/relational-aesthetics (Accessed: 15 July 2016).
Saisselin, R.G. (1976) ‘Still-life paintings in a consumer society’, Leonardo, 9(3), pp. 197–203. doi: 10.2307/1573553.
Somers, L. (2016) ‘The implications of the still life in the context of contemporary art’, .
Wolff, R. (2014) ‘A cornucopia of contemporary still life’, .
Woodall, J. (2012) ‘Laying the table: The procedures of still life’, Art History, 35(5), pp. 976–1003. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8365.2012.00933.x.
(2016) Loose Associations – The Photographers’ Gallery, 2(ii).

Citations, Quotes & Annotations

Bryson, N. (1990) Looking at the Overlooked:Four Essays n Still Life Paining. London: .
(Bryson, 1990)
Kertész, E. of A. (1905) In Focus: Still life (Getty center exhibitions). Available at: http://www.getty.edu/art/exhibitions/focus_still_life/ (Accessed: 13 July 2016).
(Kertész, 1905)
Krčma, E. (2014) ‘Tacita dean and still life’, Art History, 37(5), pp. 960–977. doi: 10.1111/1467-8365.12103.
(Krčma, 2014)
Macfarlane, K. (ed.) (2016) Double Take. London: The Drawing Room.
(Macfarlane, 2016)

Assignment 1 – Still Life with Cucumber

dell’ Arengo, P. (no date) The Annunciation, with saint Emidius. Available at: http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/research/exhibition-catalogues/building-the-picture/entering-the-picture/crivelli-annunciation (Accessed: 15 June 2016).
Carlo Crivelli | Madonna and child | the met (1472) Available at: http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/436052 (Accessed: 15 June 2016).
Food and drink in European painting, 1400–1800 | essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of art history | the metropolitan museum of art (2000) Available at: http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/food/hd_food.htm (Accessed: 15 June 2016).
Hockney, D. (2006) Secret Knowledge. 2nd edn. London: Thames & Hudson.
Ltd, T.B. (2016) ‘Jan Bolivar in Conversation with John Greenwood’, Turps Banana, 1(#15), pp. 22–29.
Tobin, J. (2014) Fruits and vegetables as sexual metaphor in late renaissance Rome. Available at: http://www.gastronomica.org/fruits-vegetables-sexual-metaphor-late-renaissance-rome/ (Accessed: 15 June 2016).

Citations, Quotes & Annotations

dell’ Arengo, P. (no date) The Annunciation, with saint Emidius. Available at: http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/research/exhibition-catalogues/building-the-picture/entering-the-picture/crivelli-annunciation (Accessed: 15 June 2016).
(dell’ Arengo, no date)
Carlo Crivelli | Madonna and child | the met (1472) Available at: http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/436052 (Accessed: 15 June 2016).
(Carlo Crivelli | Madonna and child | the met, 1472)
Food and drink in European painting, 1400–1800 | essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of art history | the metropolitan museum of art (2000) Available at: http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/food/hd_food.htm (Accessed: 15 June 2016).
(Food and drink in European painting, 1400–1800 | essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of art history | the metropolitan museum of art, 2000)
Hockney, D. (2006) Secret Knowledge. 2nd edn. London: Thames & Hudson.
(Hockney, 2006)
Ltd, T.B. (2016) ‘Jan Bolivar in Conversation with John Greenwood’, Turps Banana, 1(#15), pp. 22–29.
(Ltd, 2016)
Tobin, J. (2014) Fruits and vegetables as sexual metaphor in late renaissance Rome. Available at: http://www.gastronomica.org/fruits-vegetables-sexual-metaphor-late-renaissance-rome/ (Accessed: 15 June 2016).
(Tobin, 2014)