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History of a variety of cars and models available from the end of WWI to 1930, including such classics as the Model T in America and the Austin Seven in Britain.
Among the millions of cars made since Gottlieb Daimler's motor wagon first spluttered into motion, certain cars stand out as classics - turning points in the chequered history of motoring, or simply for the pleasure they have brought to people's lives. This book brings these cars together to form a collection of classic cars.
This book shows how even those without much previous experience can easily have a go at drawing over 50 different cars, lorries, sports cars, all-terrain vehicles and vintage cars. All you need is paper and a pencil. As you follow the step-by-step instructions to reproduce the examples on your own paper, you will soon see how much your drawing skills are improving. Once you reach the final stage you can refine your drawing with highlights and shading, and add details of the surroundings to bring your drawing to life. For those who aspire to larger formats, realistic finishing touches such as tyre profiles, wheel rims and headlamps will help you perfect your masterpiece.
A COPIOUSLY ILLUSTRATED COMPENDIUM THAT SHOWCASES MORE THAN 45 CLASSIC CARS PRODUCED FROM 1945 ON, MANY OF WHICH WERE CUSTOM-MADE FOR STATESMEN, ENTREPENEURS, AND POP STARS.
A lively and provocative account of the arts in Britain, Building Jerusalem suggests that even after fifty years of state planning of Britain's "leisure industries" the country is nevertheless approaching the millennium in a state of cultural confusion. Drawing on a wealth of historical material from Scotland, Wales, and English provincial towns, as well as the more familiar London story, Pick and Anderton contend that the original meaning of cultural language has been distorted by the fashionable phrase-making of modern government agencies, and by the inaccurate and misleading view of cultural history that is constantly presented to the public. The authors unfold fascinating stories of Britain's cultural past, before state support of the arts. They vividly relate the great changes wrought by the industrial revolution and by the development of the twentieth century media and describe the long history of Church and Royal support for the arts, as well as the long periods when all of the arts

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