... Schiele (as was generally the case throughout his artistic development) turned
away from mimetic representation, after his first ... Schiele described his progress
to a vision of nature that depended not only on the final painted work but also on
the ... The way the sunflower's large leaves are drooping recalls human gestures,
and Schiele's comment on the pleasure and pain in plants becomes accessible.
Author: Reinhard Steiner
Egon Schiele (1890-1918) is the painter who had the most long-lasting influence on the Vienna art scene after the great era of Klimt came to a close. After a short flirtation with the style of Klimt, his mentor, Schiele soon questioned the aesthetic orientation to the beautiful surface of the Viennese Art Nouveau with his rough and not easily accessible paintings.
with Plant-e, pmfc inventors and developers that has female entrepreneur
Marjolein Helder as CEO. ... On the project website they say they want to fuse
nature, technology and design: 'We believe that the cross-polluniation [sic] of
science and design point towards the city of tomorrow. ... The consumerist
lifestyle of the affluent OECD countries (Organization for Economic Co-operation
and Development), ...
Author: Helena Seražin
Publisher: Založba ZRC
Extensive work is a result of four year research within the international project Women's Creativity since the Modern Movement, and brings new insights into women in architecture, construction, design, urban planning and landscape architecture in Europe and in the rest of the world. It is divided into eight chapters that combine 116 articles on topics: A. Women’s education and training: National and international mappings; B. Women’s legacy and heritage: Protection, restoration and enhancement; C. Women in communication and professional networks; D. Women and cultural tourism; E. Women’s achievements and professional attainments: Moving boundaries; F. Women and sustainability: City and Landscape; G. Women ‘as subjects’: Documentation, methodology, interpretation and enhancement; SG. Design drawings. / Obsežno delo je plod štiriletnih raziskav v okviru mednarodnega projekta MoMoWo - Ženska ustvarjalnost od modernizma dalje in prinaša nova spoznanja na področju žensk v arhitekturi, gradbeništvu, oblikovanju, urbanizmu in krajinski arhitekturi v Evropi in širše. Razdeljena je v osem poglavij, ki združujejo 116 prispevkov na temo o njihovi izobraženosti, kulturni zapuščini, vključevanju v stanovska združenja ali njihovim prispevkom h kulturnemu turizmu in stroki ter raziskovanju njihovega dela. Zaključi jo poglavje z grafičnimi prilogami.
1918 . [ 1 ] + 15-44 ti p . 7 pl . ( National Museum . Bulletin 103 . ( pt . 2 ) . ) · Fossil
plants from Bolivia and their bearing upon age of uplift of eastern Andes . ... 2229
. Paleobotany , sketch of origin and evolution of floras . ( In Smithsonian
Institution . Report , 1918. 1920. p . ... Infectivity of Anopheles crucians in nature ,
occurrence of malaria parasites in Anopheles crucians in nature , percentage of
Author: United States. Superintendent of Documents
February issue includes Appendix entitled Directory of United States Government periodicals and subscription publications; September issue includes List of depository libraries; June and December issues include semiannual index
... A.H. Blaauw became professor in plant physiology in Wageningen in 1918
where he continued his work on light-growth responses of plants. ...
unpredictable nature can be caught in mathematical formula that imply regularity
Author: H. Maat
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Science Cultivating Practice is an institutional history of agricultural science in the Netherlands and its overseas territories. The focus of this study is the variety of views about a proper relationship between science and (agricultural) practice. Such views and plans materialised in the overall organisation of research and education. Moreover, the book provides case studies of genetics and plant breeding in the Netherlands, colonial rice breeding, and agricultural statistics. Ideas affected the organisation as much as the other way round. The net result was an institutional development in which the values of academic science were rated higher than the values of practice. This book is a distinctive piece of work as it treats the dynamics of science in a European as well as in a colonial context. These different ecological and social environments lead to other forms of knowledge and experimentation as well as other ways of organising science.
1918 . The origin and nature of the mucilage in the cacti and in certain other
plants . Amer . Jour . of Bot . 6 : 156 . 1919 . LOEB , J. The similarity of the action
of salts upon the swelling of animal membranes and of powdered colloids . Jour .
Author: Daniel Trembly MacDougal
Summary: Sam Fullbrook, Painter, talks of his early life in Sydney, his experiences working in the bush and country regions of Australia and his thoughts on art, philosophy, and technique.