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Theodore Andrea Cook • 13 Items / 1 Set, 10 Books, 2 Articles
Spirals in Nature and Art (1903)
A Study of Spiral Formations Based on the Manuscripts of Leonardo da Vinci, w...
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  1. Book Reviews
    Leonardo and the Staircase At Blois (Review)
    Spirals in Nature and Art, by Theodore Andrea Cook
    1. Spirals in Nature and Art by Theodore Andrea Cook
    The Nation, June 25, 1903, p. 519
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    New Aspects of Art Study (18 Reviews)
    Old English Masters Engraved by Timothy Cole, by John C. Van Dyke and Timothy Cole
    1. Old English Masters Engraved by Timothy Cole by John C. Van Dyke and Timothy Cole
    2. The Study and Criticism of Italian Art by Bernhard Berenson
    3. Frans Hals by Gerald Stanley Davies
    4. William Hogarth by Austin Dobson
    5. Turner by Walter Armstrong
    6. Constable and His Influence on Landscape Painting by C.J. Holmes
    7. Fra Angelico by Langton Douglas
    8. Andrea Montegna by Paul Kristeller
    9. Pintoricchio: His Life, Work, and Time by Corrado Ricci
    10. A History of Siena by R. Langton Douglas
    11. The Story of Siena and San Gimignano by Edmund G. Gardner
    12. Andrea Palladio: His Life and Works by Banister Fletcher
    13. French Engravers and Draughtsmen of the Eighteenth Century by Emilia F.S. Dilke
    14. Nineteenth Century Art by D.S. MacColl
    15. Views and Reviews by W.E. Henley
    16. The Meaning of Pictures by John C. Van Dyke
    17. The Enjoyment of Art by Carleton E. Noyes
    18. Spirals in Nature and Art by Theodore Andrea Cook
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1903, pp. 832-841
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    Books of the Week (32 Reviews)
    Christ the Apocalypse, by James Cooke Seymour
    1. Christ the Apocalypse by James Cooke Seymour
    2. A Descriptive Guide to the Best Fiction, British and American by Ernest A. Baker
    3. Down the Orinoco in a Canoe by Santiago Perez Triana
    4. Euripides: Translated Into English Rhyming Verse by Gilbert Murray and Euripides
    5. From the Unvarying Star by Elsworth Lawson
    6. The Great Siberian Railway by Michael Myers Shoemaker
    7. Heredity and Social Progress by Simon N. Patten
    8. The History of Woman Suffrage by Susan B. Anthony and Ida Husted Harper
    9. Human Destiny in the Light of Revelation by John Ferguson Weir
    10. In Piccadilly by Benjamin Swift
    11. Italy and the Italians by Edward Hutton
    12. Jewish Ceremonial Institutions and Customs by William Rosenau
    13. Mazzini by Bolton King
    14. My Woodland Intimates by Effie Bignell
    15. Phillips Brooks by William Lawrence
    16. The Principles of Criticism by W. Basil Worsfold
    17. Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society by Franklin L. Riley
    18. A Selection of the Shorter Poems of Wordsworth by Edward Fulton and William Wordsworth
    19. The Socialist and the Prince by Mrs. Fremont Older
    20. Spirals in Nature and Art by Theodore Andrea Cook
    21. Studies in Christian Character, Work, and Experience by W.L. Watkinson
    22. Studies in the History of Educational Opinion from the Renaissance by S.S. Laurie
    23. The Story of the Churches: The Presbyterians by Charles Lemuel Thompson
    24. Short History of the Baptists by Henry C. Vedder
    25. The Theory of Education in Plato's "Republic" by John E. Adamson
    26. Theism by Borden P. Bowne
    27. Under the Rose by Frederic S. Isham
    28. "Unofficial" by Mrs. Walter R.D. Forbes
    29. Veronica by Martha W. Austin
    30. We Shall Live Again by George H. Hepworth
    31. What Manner of Man by Edna Kenton
    32. The Wisdom of James the Just by William Boyd Carpenter
    The Outlook, March 28, 1903, pp. 736-741