Browsing School of Art by Author "Harvey, John"

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  • Harvey, John (Paternoster Press, 2009-12-31)
  • Harvey, John (Paternoster Press, 2009-12-31)
  • Ann X 
    Harvey, John (2013-09-06)
    Part of an experimental artists' bookwork which explores an alternative 'psychographic' approach to creative visual research through considering responses to patterns, traces and residual forms as opposed to looking at ...
  • Ann X 
    Harvey, John (2013-09-06)
    Part of an experimental artists' bookwork which explores an alternative 'psychographic' approach to creative visual research through considering responses to patterns, traces and residual forms as opposed to looking at ...
  • Harvey, John (Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru, 2003-11-19)
    'A Relation of Apparitions' is a repository of supernatural folklore which shows how the 18th century viewed the spirit world and the question of belief. This is a modernized version of Jones's text, including a transcript ...
  • Harvey, John; Densil Morgan, D.; Morgan-Guy, J.; O'Kane, M.; Lord, P.; Crampin, M.; Jasper, D.; Rowland, C.; Dentinger, H.; Elser, P. F.; Gordon Bowe, N.; Smith, A.; Kreitzer, L. J.; Andreopoulos, A.; Kadish, S.; Fairclough, O.; Lloyd-Morgan, C. (Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2010-12-31)
  • Harvey, John; Densil Morgan, D.; Morgan-Guy, J.; O'Kane, M.; Lord, P.; Crampin, M.; Jasper, D.; Rowland, C.; Dentinger, H.; Elser, P. F.; Gordon Bowe, N.; Smith, A.; Kreitzer, L. J.; Andreopoulos, A.; Kadish, S.; Fairclough, O.; Lloyd-Morgan, C. (Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2010-12-31)
  • Harvey, John (Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2013-09)
    This is an interdisciplinary study of the Bible and visuality. It is the first to be written by a historian of visual culture (that is, aspects of culture mediated by visual images) rather than a biblical scholar, and ...
  • Harvey, John (Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2013-09)
    This is an interdisciplinary study of the Bible and visuality. It is the first to be written by a historian of visual culture (that is, aspects of culture mediated by visual images) rather than a biblical scholar, and ...
  • Harvey, John (2015-02-28)
    The Pictorial Bible series explores ways in which biblical texts can be visualized without recourse to figuration or illustration, within a non-iconic framework of religious art. The series represents a coming together of ...
  • Harvey, John (National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales, 2015-02-27)
    The composition is based upon an article by Michael Andrew entitled ‘Amazing Bible Floats in Midair’ published in the American tabloid ‘Weekly World News’ on 9 January 1996. It describes a bible that a maid discovered ...
  • Foreword 
    Harvey, John (AcademicaPress, 2008-12-31)
  • Harvey, John (Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2011-09)
    Explores the role and function of the Bible in a range of Victorian paintings, especially Hunt, The Light of the World, The Shadow of Death, and Brown, Work.
  • Harvey, John (Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2011-09)
    Explores the role and function of the Bible in a range of Victorian paintings, especially Hunt, The Light of the World, The Shadow of Death, and Brown, Work.
  • Harvey, John (Taylor & Francis, 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Harvey, John (Prifysgol Aberystwyth | Aberystwyth University, 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 ...
  • Harvey, John (Reaktion Books, 2007-07-27)
    Can film capture what our eyes can’t see? There are many examples—both historical and contemporary—of photographs of spirits or “ghosts.” These images alternately have been derided as hoaxes or, at the other extreme, held ...
  • Harvey, John (Reaktion Books, 2007-07-27)
    Can film capture what our eyes can’t see? There are many examples—both historical and contemporary—of photographs of spirits or “ghosts.” These images alternately have been derided as hoaxes or, at the other extreme, held ...

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