Alfred Stieglitz (1864-1946) remanins one of the most central and influential photographers of the twentieth century. He championed what became known as 'straight photography', a vision of the photograph that sought to establish it as an art form separate from painting and true to its status as a 'modern' medium. He was also a major figure of the modernist movement in the New York of the 1900s and, through his galleries and publications, was critical to the development of both American art and photography.
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Illustrated with the author's own watercolour paintings, this is a humorous account of his experiences on the grand tour of Europe. On the trip the author encounters a range of eccentric English characters, all attempting to come to terms with dreadful foreigners and their cultures.
Raising a new generation of plants from seeds or cuttings is one of the greatest joys known to gardeners. All aspects of the subject, including specific information on equipment and techniques for seed sowing undercover, raising plants from spores, grafting, budding, even microplantation, are explained in depth in this encyclopedic collection, the only book the amateur gardener will ever need for a lifetime of successful propagation. Gorgeous color photographs and numerous line drawings enhance the very detailed text, which includes information on hardy ornamental plants, wildflowers, flowering and fruiting trees, tender vegetables, and culinary herbs - annuals as well as perennials.
Pruning is the number one anxiety of aspiring gardeners who want to train and stimulate their plants but fear they might kill them. Pruning now joins the hugely successful Collins Practical Gardener series to give you the best tips and techniques for pruning your entire garden, from roses and fruit trees to hedges and topiary plants.
Hardy is both a seminal and transitional figure, whose writing foreshadows so many of those aspects of contemporay life that we acknowledge as modern: rootlessness, the loss of tradition and sense of place, and uncertainty at every level. Far from being a writer of rural charm and retreat, Hardy was a writer who increasingly speaks to the late twentieth-century his nineteenth-century beginings could not possibly have predicted.