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    Alan Bartram
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Alan Bartram is a book designer and author of many graphic design titles, including Five Hundred Years of Book Design (Yale University Press), Typefaces for Books (with James Sutton), and Creating the Printed Page. Hardcover: 144 pages.

Alan Bartram is a book designer and author of many graphic design titles, including Five Hundred Years of Book Design (Yale University Press), Typefaces for Books (with James Sutton), and Creating the Printed Page.

Distinguished book designer and author Alan Bartram examines work by such key figures as Max Bill, F. T. Marinetti, El Lissitzky, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Jan Tschic A stimulating survey of how the Bauhaus and the modernist revolution have shaped graphic design. This lively and authoritative book explores the influence of the Bauhaus and modernism on typography and book design. Distinguished book designer and author Alan Bartram examines work by such key figures as Max Bill, F. Marinetti, El Lissitzky, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Jan Tschichold, and Paul Rand.

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Bibliographic Details. Title: Bauhaus, Modernism and the Illustrated Book. Publisher: British Library. Publication Date: 2004. Alan Bartram is a book designer and author of many graphic design titles, including Five Hundred Years of Book Design (Yale University Press), Typefaces for Books (with James Sutton), and Creating the Printed Page. All books stored in a smoke-free, bug-free, pet-free environment. We take great pride in the condition of our books.

Book Description This lively and authoritative book explores the influence of the Bauhaus and modernism on typography and book design. All of the carefully chosen examples-some of which have not been previously reproduced-clearly demonstrate the modernist revolution that took place in graphic design

The Bauhaus designers maintained that the connections made visually between images in a book, or what one experiences in quotidian life are more important than the text that illuminates it. The purpose was not to instruct what to see, but how to process that which is seen. The new concept of space developed by the Bauhaus was not limited to three-dimensional built space.

Bauhaus, Modernism, and the Illustrated Book. Alan Bartram explores the influence of the Bauhaus and modernism on typography and book design by examining the work of such key figures as Max Bill and Paul Rand. All of the carefully chose. More).

Distinguished book designer and author Alan. The book contains a brief introduction to the Hudson River School genre of nature scenes and landscapes, popularized by a group of American artists in the mid-19th century

Distinguished book designer and author Alan. The book contains a brief introduction to the Hudson River School genre of nature scenes and landscapes, popularized by a group of American artists in the mid-19th century. The catalogue itself offers color plates of 57 paintings by a variety of artists, including, among others, Albert Bierstadt, Frederic Church, William Bradford, and John Kensit.

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This lively and authoritative book explores the influence of the Bauhaus and modernism on typography and book design. Distinguished book designer and author Alan Bartram examines work by such key figures as Max Bill, F. T. Marinetti, El Lissitzky, László Moholy-Nagy, Jan Tschichold, and Paul Rand. All of the carefully chosen examples-some of which have not been previously reproduced-clearly demonstrate the modernist revolution that took place in graphic design. In an informative introductory essay, Bartram surveys the German art and design school known as the Bauhaus. Under Walter Gropius, the Bauhaus intended to create an academic, theoretical, and practical synthesis of all forms of visual expression-a marrying of art, architecture, industry, and design that had never been attempted before. Although the Bauhaus existed for only fourteen years, from 1920 to 1934, Bartram asserts that its philosophy influenced the appearance of almost every kind of modernist artifact throughout the twentieth century and continues to do so today. Engagingly written and handsomely illustrated, this volume is a valuable resource for designers and book lovers everywhere.