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Images of Nature free pdf IMAGES OF NATURE is a comprehensively illustrated book that describes the history of attitudes to nature from prehistoric times to the present. Landscapes far and wide are photographed and combined with extracts from poetry and philosophy to illuminate the varying and changing attitude that man has had towards the natural world and its representation. IMAGES OF NATURE is divided into a number of sections: Prehistoric, Celtic, Medieval, the Landscape Garden, Romanticism and Modern. The book contains a gazetteer describing the key places associated with particular attitudes and representations of the natural world. IMAGES OF NATURE is part evocation, part description, part elucidation and part guide book. The extracts of poetry range from Celtic nature poems to extracts from Four Quartets by T. S. Eliot. Places photographed range from Nun Appleton House, where Andrew Marvell wrote his poem The Garden, to Stonehenge, Avebury, Stourhead, Chatsworth and over 100 other inspiring places.

About Adrian Munsey

Adrian Munsey was educated at Kings College, Cambridge and the Royal College of Art. Starting out as an academic, he has since gone on to enjoy a wide-ranging career as a film and TV producer and documentary maker. As well as setting up and running five TV channels, he was instrumental in releasing virtually all of Merchant Ivorys films on DVD. Adrian Munsey is also a composer, and has released several albums of solo, choral and instrumental works. He was educated at Kings College, Cambridge and the Royal College of Art.

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Author : Adrian Munsey
Publisher : Odyssey
Data Published : 01 September 2014
ISBN : 0955587115
EAN : 9780955587115
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 168 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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