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Recent Submissions

  • Christopher (2015-04-01)
    An article exploring Erich Retzlaff's (1899-1993) photographic journey along the Danube in the 1940s. The article explores his use of colour photography and the fact that Retzlaff received support from the Nazi regime to ...
  • Christopher (Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Center, 2014-10-01)
    Hans Wilhelm Ludwig Saebens (born Bremen 1895, died Worpswede 1969) was a German painter, graphic artist and photographer who specialized in photographs of Northern Germany. After taking up photography in circa 1930, Saebens ...
  • Christopher (2014-10-25)
    Hans Wilhelm Ludwig Saebens (born Bremen 1895, died Worpswede 1969) was a German painter, graphic artist and photographer who specialized in photographs of Northern Germany. After taking up photography in circa 1930, Saebens ...
  • John (Ashgate Publishing Group, 2013-12-28)
    The chapter deals with the relationship between the Spiritualist ‘apparitions’ and modernist apparatus. It argues that the western ‘image’ of disincarnate spirits produced since the 1860s has been shaped significantly by ...
  • John (The National Library of Wales, 2013-05-31)
  • Paul (2012-03-01)
    Since 2008 Croft has been interested exploring the interface between digital and analogue printmaking with specific interest incorporating digital methods of drawing with traditional techniques of stone and plate lithography. ...
  • Christopher Peter (Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Center, 2013)
    This chapter explores the photography of Erich Retzlaff (1899-1993) from a metaphysical and physiognomic premise. Retzlaff was a German photographer who has become at best a footnote in all the varied histories of photography ...
  • Meyrick, Robert Kendall (Prifysgol Aberystwyth, 1997)
  • Brown, Alexander; Roderick, Gareth Lloyd; Dee, Hannah Mary; Hughes, Lorna (IEEE Press, 2013-09-04)
    Computer vision has addressed many problems in art, but has not yet looked in detail at the way artistic style can develop and evolve over the course of an artist's career. In this paper we take a computational approach ...
  • Webster, Christopher Peter (2013-11-29)
    This paper explored the photography of Erich Retzlaff (1899-1993) from a metaphysical and physiognomic premise. Retzlaff was a German photographer who has become at best a footnote in all the varied histories of photography ...
  • Harvey, John (Wesley's Chapel, 2007-11-01)
    Exhibition of the 'Pictorial Bible II: Seal Up the Vision and Prophecy' project. The second project in the series (exhibited in Works from the Pictorial Bible Series) continues to explore the potential for biblical texts ...
  • Croft, Paul (Prifysgol Aberystwyth, 2008-04-02)
    This exhibition builds on firm foundations laid in preparation for this ongoing commitment to enhancing printmaking processes, printmaking personalities and opportunities to share them.
  • Harvey, John (Prifysgol Aberystwyth, 2008-04-02)
    The Bible has been an enduring theme in art since ancient times. Its stories have been interpreted by artists to illuminate, elaborate and (latterly) challenge the text. The books of the Bible are the theme of new artwork ...
  • Webster, Christopher (2006-11-01)
  • Croft, Paul (V. M. Art Gallery, 2007-04)
    Two lithographs from Croft's Alphabet Series exhibited within 'Contemporary Welsh Printmakers', an exhibition of 47 prints by over 20 artists from Wales curated by Peter Ford and Swansea Print Workshop as part of the ...

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