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30-second Maths : The 50 Most Mind-expanding Theories in Mathematics, Each Explained in Half a Min (30-second) -- Hardback: Brown, Richard J.: BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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30-second Maths : The 50 Most Mind-expanding Theories in Mathematics, Each Explained in Half a Min (30-second) -- Hardback
30-second Maths : The 50 Most Mind-expanding Theories in Mathematics, Each Explained in Half a Min (30-second) -- Hardback
عن طريق Brown, Richard J.
الناشر : Icon Books Ltd
تاريخ الطبع. : 2012/05
Binding : Hardcover
رقم الكتاب المتسلسل ( أي أس بي إن) : 9781848313699

مبلغ البوك ويب : AED 98.00

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From Rubik's cubes to Godel's incompleteness theorem, everything mathematical explained, with colour illustrations, in half a minute. Maths is enjoying a resurgence in popularity. So how can you avoid being the only dinner guest who has no idea who Fermat was, or what he proved? The more you know about Maths, the less of a science it becomes. 30 Second Maths takes the top 50 most engaging mathematical theories, and explains them to the general reader in half a minute, using nothing more than two pages, 200 words and one picture. Read at your own pace, and discover that maths can be more fascinating than you ever imagined.detail are reproduced in the 323 plates, 82 of them in colour. The book is intended to be used more as an introduction, and where appropriate as a textbook, than as a work of reference, although its arrangement will enable readers to obtain fuller information about individual artists, with longer sections devoted to such major figures as Lawrence, Turner, Constable, Rossetti, Leighton and Whistler.The last decade has seen a growing interest in nineteenth century British art in this country, and also in the United States and on the Continent. During this time much has been published in the field and there has been a succession of important exhibitions. Even so, there is no up-to-date and comprehensive survey of the whole century on the market. Nineteenth Century British Painting fills the gap, meeting the need for such a book among undergraduate and graduate students, and among connoisseurs and collectors. It will also have a strong appeal for people with a general interest in the period.

Part 1 The legacy of Sir Joshua Reynolds(1738-1820); Henry Fuseli, RA (1741-1825); Sir Henry Raeburn, RA (1756-1823); Sir Thomas Lawrence, PRA (1769-1830). Part 2 Artists in water-colour: Thomas Girtin (177501802); John Sell Cotman (1782-1842);; John Varley, David Cox, Peter de Wint and their followers; William Blake (1757-1827) and Samuel Palmer (1805-1881); Samuel Prout (1783-1852), David Roberts (1796-1864). Part 3 Painters of landscape: J.M.W. Turner, RA (177501851); John Constable, RA (1776-1837); John Crome (1768-1821) and the Norwich School; R.P. Bonington (1802-1928 and his followers; minor masters of landscape. Part 4 Further aspects of Romanticism: James Ward, RA (1769-1859); William Etty, RA (12787-1849); John Martin (1789-1854) and Francis Danby (1793-1861). Part 5 History and narrative: Sir David Wilkie, RA (1785-1841); Benjamin Robert Haydon (1786-1846) and Sir George Hayter (1792-1871); William Mulready, RA (1786-1863), Sir Charles Eastlake, PRA (1793-1865), William Dyce, RA (1806-64) and Daniel Maclise, RA (1806-70); the decoration of the new Palace of Westminster. Part 6 Part 6 The pre-Raphaelite movement: the pre-Raphaelite brotherhood: William Holman Hunt, OM (1827-1910) and Sir John Everett Millais, Bt, PRA (1829-96); Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-82); Ford Madox Brown (1821-93) and other pre-Raphaelite associates; pre-Raphaelite landscape; Sir Edward Burne-Jones, Bt (1833-98) and his legacy. Part 7 Anecdotal, literary and social themes: artists abroad; C.R. Leslie, RA (1794-1859), Richard Redgrave, RA (1804-88) and other painters of genre; William Powell Frith, RA (1819-1909); later painters of social realism. Part 8 The revival of the classical: George Frederic Watts, OM, RA (1817-1904 and Frederic, Lord Leighton, PRA (1830-96); Sir Lawrence Alama-Tadema, OM RA (1836-1912); and Sir Edward Pounter, Bt, PRA (1836-1919); Albert Moore (1841093) and J.W. Waterhouse, RA (1849-1917). Part 9 From realism to post-Impressionism: realistic and idealised landscape. (Part contents).