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dammit how did i miss this thread, dammit.
Cheers for showing us the way brigsy.
Downloading sooooo many archetectural volumes... its rediculious.
this will keep me buisy for ages.
He he, alti, maybe you should look at this one too:
Thanks for the bump, everyone. Here are a few recent releases I've spotted, starting with five of my favourite Americans (apart from you guys). All have great galleries at the Athenaeum too, by the way.
Heermann, Norbert, 1918. Frank Duveneck
http://www.the-athenaeum.org/art/by_artist.php?id=391 (55 images)
William Merritt Chase
Roof, Katharine Metcalf, 1917. The life and art of William Merritt Chase
http://www.the-athenaeum.org/art/by_artist.php?id=106 (293 images)
Cox, Kenyon, 1914. Winslow Homer
http://www.the-athenaeum.org/art/by_artist.php?id=91 (458 images)
Inness, George Jr,, 1917. Life, Art and Letters of George Inness.
http://www.the-athenaeum.org/art/by_artist.php?id=371 (181 images)
James McNeill Whistler (just the latest of many)
Hartmann, Sadakichi, 1910. The Whistler book; a monograph of the life and position in art of James McNeill Whistler
Macfall, Haldane, [1906?] Whistler
http://www.the-athenaeum.org/art/by_artist.php?id=428 (180 works)
Anyone else here like Frank Brangwyn?
Furst, Herbert, 1920. Frank Brangwyn, R.A (woodcuts)
Sparrow, Walter Shaw, 1915. A book of bridges (illustr. Brangwyn)
Finally, a booklet on Mucha's Slav Epic
Brooklyn Museum, 1921 - Historical paintings of the Slavic nations
Could a mod sticky this please? One of the most useful threads ever.
You're an artist, not a meat camera. -Elwell
Thanks guys but as I've said before (1) a sticky in the Lounge is a big ask, and (2) it would be almost as good if people were to post their finds a bit more often.
Anyway I just got my first CA sticky over in Fine Arts, from Elwell no less. Woohoo!
Head over there and find out why:
WOWSY! thanx for doing this.
omg ... thats whole lot of archive .. great stuff !
Oh wow! This is gonna be so helpful! I'm trying to learn more besides anime and this is SO helpful!
Are the old links still working? I'm trying to download Arthur Guptill's book, but with no luck.
NOTE: Never mind, the download works now.
Briggsy you are THE man!!
Thousand thanks, I'll suscribe and return to this thread again and again and again!
Briggsy! Do you still have "My Adventures as an Illustrator"? The download doesn't work anymore. How do you also batch download jpgs?
Could you also add this as well?
Chapman, J.G. (John Gadsby), 1808-1889. / The American drawing-book: a manual for the amateur, and basis of study for the professional artist: especially adapted to the use of public and private schools, as well as home instruction.
This one is from Google books(there's a direct download link included): http://books.google.com/books?id=BoQ...g+book#PPP1,M1
holy shit winslow homer is my FAVORITE!! 458 images this is the best~!
clicked a random one and fell in love http://www.the-athenaeum.org/art/dis...age.php?id=994. this is gonna keep me up for a while...
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