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Carl, Klaus - The Viennese Secession, ebook

The Viennese Secession

Carl, Klaus

9,85€

A symbol of modernity, the Viennese Secession was defined by the rebellion of twenty artists who were against the conservative Vienna Künstlerhaus' oppressive influence over the city, the epoch, and the whole Austro-Hungarian Empire. Influenced by Art Nouveau, this movement (created in

Carl, Klaus - Wiener Secession, ebook

Wiener Secession

Carl, Klaus

9,85€

Die Wiener Secession, gegründet von Gustav Klimt, Carl Moll und Josef Hoffmann, war ein Wegbereiter für die moderne Kunst. Zwanzig Künstler rebellierten gegen den erdrückenden Einfluss des konservativen Künstlerhauses auf die Wiener Kunstszene, gegen die veraltete Kunst einer Epoche

Smith, B.C. - Understanding Third World Politics, ebook

Understanding Third World Politics

Smith, B.C.

69,45€

Contents Introduction The Idea of a 'Third World' Theories of Imperialism and Colonialism Modernisation and Political Development Neo-Colonialism and Dependency The State in the Third World Political Parties and Party Systems Bureaucracy and Political Power Military Intervention in Politics Nationalism

Bade, Patrick - Klimt, ebook

Klimt

Bade, Patrick

5,50€

“No me intereso en mí mismo como tema de una pintura, sino en los demás... en especial en las mujeres...” Hermosas, sensuales y, sobre todo, eróticas, las pinturas de Gustav Klimt hablan de un mundo de opulencia y placer que parece estar a miles…

O'Mara, Neil Michael - The Bonnie Blue Conspiracy, ebook

The Bonnie Blue Conspiracy

O'Mara, Neil Michael

4,45€

With riots across a number of cities in the southern states, a plan is hatched with the potential backing of a foreign power to declare secession from the Union. Enter the Vice President whose office was once described as 'not worth a bucket of warm spit' is somewhat

O'Mara, Neil Michael - The Bonnie Blue Conspiracy, ebook

The Bonnie Blue Conspiracy

O'Mara, Neil Michael

4,45€

With riots across a number of cities in the southern states, a plan is hatched with the potential backing of a foreign power to declare secession from the Union. Enter the Vice President whose office was once described as 'not worth a bucket of warm spit' is somewhat