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City of London - A Companion Guide - Kenyon, Nicholas
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U.S.A: Harry N.Abrams, 1990. Book. Near Fine. Hardcover. First American Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Near Fine First Edition Hardcover Near Fine Dust Jacket NOT Clipped NOT a library Copy. Clean Pages. Really excellent one volume history of art to add to one's library for reference and solid education. A fine history of ar sure companion for understanding and furthering one's perspective on what one likes and why. Beautiful color reproductions as well. Everything from understanding Classical and Egyptian temple architecture to Cubism. Clean inside and out. Large and comprehensive First Edition hardcover at a low price.., Harry N.Abrams, 1990, New York: Doubleday, 2006. First edition. First Edition [stated]. First printing [stated]. Hardcover. Very good/very good. Glued binding. Paper over boards. 208 p. Illustrations (mostly in color). Foreword by Ron Howard and Foreword by Dan Brown and Foreword by Brian Brazer. Afterword by John Calley. "The Da Vinci Code Illustrated Screenplay "goes behind the scenes of one of the most highly anticipated movies of all time, created by Academy Award-winning filmmakers Ron Howard, Brian Grazer, and Akiva Goldsman. Offering unprecedented access to the tightly guarded "closed set, " and a view of the filmmaking process that has never been seen publicly, screenwriter Goldsman provides a backstage look at the incredible journey to bring Dan Brown's record-setting novel to the big screen. Goldsman's richly rendered screenplay is included here in its entirety. It offers a fascinating new way to experience the story--and includes a number of moments (and even full scenes) that do not appear in the final cut of the movie. Lavishly illustrated with 275 images of the actors and filmmakers--from both the movie set and the film itself--this behind-the-scenes features include: -Filming in the Louvre in the dead of night, and re-creating a 400-foot section of the museum's Grand Gallery on a soundstage--down to the precise architectural details, and complete with 120 oil-painting masterpieces-The full digital and soundstage re-creation of the Church of Saint-Sulpice-The transformation of Lincolnshire's Lincoln Cathedral into London's Westminster Abbey, and the reproduction of Sir Isaac Newton's enormous tomb-Handwritten notes on pages from Ron Howard's script-The evolution of script dialogue as it progressed from an early draft of the screenplay to final shooting form-Dozens of never-before-seen storyboards that were used to block out scenes before filming commenced For any fan of the filmmaking process, and of the extraordinary movie and novel, this exquisitely produced book will be an invaluable companion. From Wikipedia: "Akiva J. Goldsman (born July 7, 1962) from Manhattan, New York is an American film and television writer, director, and producer. He received an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for the 2001 film, A Beautiful Mind, which also won the Oscar for Best Picture. Goldsman has been involved specifically with Hollywood films. His filmography also includes the films Batman Forever and its sequel Batman & Robin, I Am Legend and Cinderella Man and numerous rewrites both credited and uncredited. In 2006 Goldsman re-teamed with A Beautiful Mind director Ron Howard for a high profile project, adapting Dan Brown's novel The Da Vinci Code for Howard's much-anticipated film version, receiving mixed reviews for his work. Akiva Goldsman was born in New York City, on July 7, 1962, to Tev Goldsman, a therapist, and Mira Rothenberg, a child psychologist. Both parents ran a group home for emotionally disturbed children. Goldsman's parents were occupied with their work, and Goldsman said, "By the time I was 10 or 12, I realized they had taken my parents away from me. I wanted nothing more to do with that world. I wanted to be a writer. I had a fantasy that someday I'd see my name on a book." In 1983, Goldsman attended Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. After graduation, Goldsman studied creative writing at New York University. He began writing screenplays, and in 1994, he wrote the screenplay that would become the film Silent Fall. Afterward, director Joel Schumacher hired Goldsman to write The Client. In the late 1990s, Akiva Goldsman wrote screenplays for A Time to Kill and Batman & Robin, which were considered subpar quality and got him nominated for the Golden Raspberry Awards. Goldsman came to the realization, "I sort of got lost. I was writing away from what I knew. It's a little like a cat chasing its tail. Once you start making movies that are less than satisfying, you start to lose your opportunity to make the satisfying ones. People are not serving them up to you, saying, 'You're the guy we want for this. '" Goldsman appealed to producer Brian Grazer to write the screenplay for A Beautiful Mind and., Doubleday, 2006, Trundesundamp;H UK Originated, 2012. 5th Revised edition. Hardback. New. A guide which invites you to explore the famous Square Mile of the City of London and to discover its incomparable architectural heritage, from the remains of the Roman wall to the 21st-century. Each chapter features a specially commissioned map of the district followed by approximately 22 entries on individual buildings and urban spaces.SKU: MM-46001957; EAN: 9780500342794, Trundesundamp;H UK Originated, 2012

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This new edition of The City of London is a handy-sized companion guide which invites you to explore the famous Square Mile of the City of London and to discover its incomparable architectural heritage, from the remains of the Roman wall to the 21st-century One New Change by Jean Nouvel. Each chapter features a specially commissioned map of the district followed by approximately 22 entries on individual buildings and urban spaces ordered in the sequence that you would encounter them on a walk through the area. The 175 illustrated entries cover major landmarks such as St Pauls Cathedral, the Bank of England and Guildhall, as well as iconic modern buildings such as Rogerss Lloyds of London and Fosters Gherkin. A final feature in each chapter presents around 8 extra points of interest, such as unusual pieces of sculpture and hidden gardens. Boxed features cover special topics such as Roman London, the Inns of Court, the Great Fire of London, the river Thames and the newspaper industry. This new edition of ´´The City of London´´ is a handy-sized companion guide which invites you to explore the famous Square Mile of the City of London and to discover its incomparable architectural heritage, from the remains of the Roman wall to the 21st-century. ´´One New Change´´ by Jean Nouvel. Each chapter features a specially commissioned map of the district followed by approximately 22 entries on individual buildings and urban spaces ordered in the sequence that you would encounter them on Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher > Reise & Abenteuer > Reiseführer Europa gebundene Ausgabe 07.05.2012 Buch (fremdspr.), Thames & Hudson Ltd, .201

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This new edition of The City of London is a handy-sized companion guide which invites you to explore the famous Square Mile of the City of London and to discover its incomparable architectural heritage, from the remains of the Roman wall to the 21st-century One New Change by Jean Nouvel. Each chapter features a specially commissioned map of the district followed by approximately 22 entries on individual buildings and urban spaces ordered in the sequence that you would encounter them on a walk through the area. The 175 illustrated entries cover major landmarks such as St Pauls Cathedral, the Bank of England and Guildhall, as well as iconic modern buildings such as Rogerss Lloyds of London and Fosters Gherkin. A final feature in each chapter presents around 8 extra points of interest, such as unusual pieces of sculpture and hidden gardens. Boxed features cover special topics such as Roman London, the Inns of Court, the Great Fire of London, the river Thames and the newspaper industry. This new edition of ´´The City of London´´ is a handy-sized companion guide which invites you to explore the famous Square Mile of the City of London and to discover its incomparable architectural heritage, from the remains of the Roman wall to the 21st-century. ´´One New Change´´ by Jean Nouvel. Each chapter features a specially commissioned map of the district followed by approximately 22 entries on individual buildings and urban spaces ordered in the sequence that you would encounter them on Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher>Reise & Abenteuer>Reiseführer Europa, Thames & Hudson Ltd

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This new edition of "The City of London" is a handy-sized companion guide which invites you to explore the famous Square Mile of the City of London and to discover its incomparable architectural heritage, from the remains of the Roman wall to the 21st-century. "One New Change" by Jean Nouvel. Each chapter features a specially commissioned map of the district followed by approximately 22 entries on individual buildings and urban spaces ordered in the sequence that you would encounter them on a walk through the area. The 175 illustrated entries cover major landmarks such as St Paul's Cathedral, the Bank of England and Guildhall, as well as iconic modern buildings such as Rogerss Lloyds of London and Fosters Gherkin. A final feature in each chapter presents around 8 extra points of interest, such as unusual pieces of sculpture and hidden gardens. Boxed features cover special topics such as Roman London, the Inns of Court, the Great Fire of London, the river Thames and the newspaper industry.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780500342794
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0500342792
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Erscheinungsjahr: 201303
Herausgeber: Thames & Hudson
368 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,980 kg
Sprache: Englisch

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