5 edition of An American Artist in the South Seas (Pacific Basin Books) found in the catalog.
An American Artist in the South Seas (Pacific Basin Books)
John La Farge
by Kegan Paul
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||520|
Letters from the South Seas is an inspiring story, full of the triumphs of Christian faith and love, and a missionary classic in its own right- a book to prize. Margaret Whitecross Paton was the second wife of the pioneer missionary to the New Hebrides, John G. Paton. McClelland Barclay: Heroes of the South Seas McClelland Barclay made the following sketches that he titled, "Heroes of the South Seas," between late and June He mailed them to a friend in the United States shortly before his death aboard LST on 18 July
Herman Melville sails for the South Seas On January 3 , writer Herman Melville ships out on the whaler Acushnet to the South Seas. Melville was born in New York City in Browse Artists Alphabetically Artist Names Beginning Complete List A-Z: Maria A'Becket - American Painter Hans von Aachen - German Painter Alvar Aalto - Finnish Architect Magdalena Abakanowicz - Polish Sculptor Masseot Abaquesne - French Potter Riza-i Abbasi - Persian Painter Louise Abbema - French Painter Edwin Austin Abbey - American Illustrator/Muralist Berenice Abbott - American .
"The first experience can never be repeated," wrote Robert Louis Stevenson in "In the South Seas." "The first love, the first sunrise, the first South Sea island, are memories apart and touched a. Exhibition. Jan 29– Arts of the South Seas was a singularly comprehensive exhibition of artwork from Oceanic cultures. Part of a series of non-Western, non-modern art exhibitions, it featured more than works of art from Polynesia, Micronesia, Melanesia, and Australia. In the accompanying catalogue, René d’Harnoncourt, the director of the Museum’s Department of Manual.
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(shelved 1 time as south-american-authors) avg rating — 1, ratings — published Want to Read saving. The characters who appear in "In the South Seas" are represented by RLS with vivid details and we can perceive them as real people. I think "In the South Seas" is an essential book to study the Pacific Islands history and to understand its peoples; moreover, I consider Robert Louis Stevenson a pioneer in anthropological studies on this world's Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: Description: xix, pages, 46 unnumbered leaves of plates: illustrations.
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For two years, between Rouen and Copenhagen, Gauguin tried to find a balance in his life, but it proved impossible and when he returned to Paris in June his family life. (shelved times as american-south) avg rating — 4, ratings — published Want to Read saving.
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Customize your south seas print with hundreds of different frames and mats, if desired. An earlier book, David B. Tyler's The Wilkes Expedition is also useful as is the important group of essays about the Expedition published by the American Philosophical Society in Centenary Celebration: The Wilkes Exploring Expedition of the United States Navy, This work was a full-length book, entitled Tahiti Nui: Narrative of an Artist in the South Seas (originally Breadfruit and Cocoanuts).
The unpublished page manuscript describes the author’s experiences on an adventurous trip he took to Tahiti and Moorea in Faery lands of the south seas.
[The Star Series] [A leisurely approach -- In the Cloud of Islands -- Marooned on Mataora -- The Land of Ahu Ahu -- A Memory of Mauke -- Rutiaro -- A Debtor of Moy Ling -- An Adventure in Solitude -- The Starry Threshold -- Costly Hospitality -- His Mothers People -- In the Cook Group -- At the House of Tari -- In the Valley of Vaitia -- Tahitian Tales.
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This book showcases many of the most important oils, watercolors, and sketches to come out of La Farge’s two-year voyage to the islands of the Pacific and Indian Oceans and is the first to place the artist’s South Seas work in the broader context of exotic travel by artists and writers of the 19th century.
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CHAPTER 1. Beneath the long white clouds, beneath the resplendent sun, beneath the pale firmament could be heard, first, a prolonged tooting; then the ship's bell emphatically sounded the midday hour, and a Malaysian boy strode, gentle-footed and quiet, the length of the upper deck so as to wake with a circumspect squeeze of the shoulder those passengers who had drifted off to sleep again just.
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