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Tom Thomson's Fine Kettle of Friends by Angie Littlefield, book cover

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TOM THOMSON'S Fine Kettle of Friends: biography, history, art and food

By Angie Littlefield
ISBN 978-0-9958318-0-3 PUBLISHER Marangi Editions

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or buy your copy at Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
John A. Libby Gallery, Toronto
Algonquin Park Book Store
Tom Thomson Gallery, Owen Sound
Muskoka Books at Veranda, Bracebridge
The National Gallery, Ottawa
The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa
Toronto Public Library
Halifax Public Library

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The Thomsons of Durham, book cover

The Thomsons of Durham
by Angie Littlefield
ISBN 0-9737996-0-9

 

001 The Thomsons of Durham, $12 + $5 shipping

Libraries, bookstores, government and businesses, send PURCHASE ORDER, PRICE QUOTE or REQUISITION to Marangi Editions/Angie Littlefield, 72 Baronial Court, Toronto, ON, M1C 3J7. Canada Postage or Fedex costs determined by weight. Please indicate: Canada Post or Fedex.
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Order your Tom Thomson holiday book set now!

The Thomsons of Durham and Tom Thomson's Toronto Neighbourhoods
$20 plus $7 shipping
Dedication requests to angielittlefield@yahoo.ca or complete Dedication box.

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Elise Salberg - Weimar Photographer

Ilse Salberg ~ Weimar Photographer

Download free e-book here (pdf version - large file, be patient)

YouTube Intro
YouTube Foreward to Ilse Salberg


Life and Bronze A Sculptor's Journal, by Ruth Abernethy

Life and Bronze A Sculptor's Journal, by Ruth Abernethy

A celebration of Canadian culture and talent

Part memoir, part 'secrets of the sculptor's craft', part celebration of Canadian culture and talent, Life and Bronze: A Sculptor's Journal is the story behind Ruth Abernethy's rich and varied artistic career. The author describes each of her sculpting projects, from opening discussion, to creation, to installation and public unveiling. This coffee table book shows what the public chooses to commemorate, how a sculptor resolves clear expressions of character, and how this process fits into a full family life.

For ordering information, contact 604.688.0320 or email info@granvilleislandpublishing.com


Elisapee of the Arctic

A new heroine is born, Elisapee of the Arctic!

This charming tale of identity, created by Inuit youth Arn Pootoogook, Joanne Weedmark and Stephanie Weedmark of Cape Dorset with Angie Littlefield of Toronto, blends the present and the past and brings a beautiful part of the world to all audiences.

Download free e-book here. (large file, be patient)

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Robert’s Worst Sheep-Shearing Day, EVER

Tristan ‘Tweens release two stories

Eight young people from Tristan da Cunha, the remotest island in the world, wrote and illustrated Robert’s Worst Sheep-Shearing Day, EVER and The Wreck of the MS Oliva

Download free pdf copy, just click on book cover.


The Wreck of the MS Oliva

Tristan ‘Tweens release two stories

Eight young people from Tristan da Cunha, the remotest island in the world, wrote and illustrated Robert’s Worst Sheep-Shearing Day, EVER and The Wreck of the MS Oliva

Download free pdf copy, just click on book cover.


Tom Thomson's Toronto Neighbourhoods

Tom Thomson's Toronto Neighbourhoods

"Revised 2nd Edition now in print"

Tom Thomson (1877–1917) created some of Canada’s most recognizable art from sketches made in Algonquin Park 1912–1917. His association with Ontario’s north is well known. Tom Thomson’s 12 years in Toronto are less known.

Click on the e-book cover to read more!


Angelika Hoerle, Commet of Cologne Dada

Hoerle, Comet of Cologne Dada

Art Gallery of Ontario, 2009 and at Museum Ludwig Cologne, 2009/2010


7/2009
HOERLE, ANGELIKA - TORONTO, ART GALLERY OF ONTARIO -

The Comet of Cologne Dada. Catalogue ed. by Catherine de Zegher. Toronto/Cologne 2009/10. Beitr. von Angelika Littlefield, Dorothy Rowe & Sabine T. Kriebel. 128 S. mit 154 meist farb. Abb., Ausst'verz., Bibliographie, Chronologie, brosch.


Bestell-Nr: 1433144

EUR 24,00  in den Warenkorb

Nur wenige Arbeiten der schon mit 23 Jahren verstorbenen Malerin und Frau des Kölner Dadaisten und Mitglied der Kölner Progressiven Heinrich Hoerle sind überliefert. Selbst Max Ernst hat ihre phantastischen Konfigurationen geschätzt. Seit fast 60 Jahren ist siedie geheimnisvolle Unbekannte. Die Autoren haben nun mit Hilfe des Museum Ludwig Köln sämtliche Fakten zusammengetragen und die Arbeiten kunsthistorisch würdigen können.

Angelika Hoerle (1899-1923) and her artist husband Heinrich Hoerle were key figures in the Dada movement in Cologne, and she created an outstanding body of work - now almost entirely housed at the AGO - from 1919 until her untimely death in 1923. The catalogue will explore how her art fit into the artistic and political movements inWeimar, Germany.
26.9.2009 - 17.1.2010

Angelika Die Welt Zerschlagen

Die Welt Zerschlagen: die Geschichte der Dada-Kuenstlerin Angelika Hoerle
by Ute Bales

http://www.ute-bales.de/


The Art of Dissent: Willy Fick

NEW ~ The Art of Dissent: Willy Fick
by Angelika Littlefield and Carson Phillips

SOLD OUT

Published by the Holocaust Centre of Toronto | UJA Federation


Two of the Talented Thomsons

Two of the Talented Thomsons
by Angie Littlefield

INFO - 002 Two of the Talented Thomsons, $10 + $3 shipping


The Night is Full of Stars

This German physician’s account as a POW in the Soviet Union was written shortly after his release in 1949 and prior to emigrating to Canada with his English Quaker wife, Kathleen. Now, fifty years
later, Kathleen has translated this story.

“At times moving, poetical, informative, insightful and challenging, Fritz reflects lucidly on the conditions that he and his fellow prisoners had to endure, more than a million of whom did not survive the hard labour and near starvation of captivity. Remarkably, despite his hardships
Fritz is able to find consolation in the beauty of life and creation.

He never expresses hatred towards his captors. Rather, he endeavours to understand both the Soviet system and his Soviet captors and strives to maintain a critical and objective perspective on them and their character, a position that enables him to maintain a healthy mental outlook. “Dr. Michael Lee Zwiers, psychologist, Canada.

Now available in Canada from:

  • Evelyn Schmitz-Hertzberg
    10 Poplar Drive, Richmond Hill ON L4E 2X6
    905-773-0631
    eve.hertzberg@sympatico.ca
    $20 plus $4 shipping in Canada

Also available from:

  • www.sessionsofyork.co.uk | www.amazon.co.uk

The Dada Period in Cologne

The Dada Period in Cologne
by Angie Littlefield

003 The Dada Period in Cologne, $20, $5 shipping

Willy Fick

Willy Fick
by W. Herzogenrath and D. Teuber, translator and assistant Angie Littlefield

004 Willy Fick, $35 + $8.00 shipping

Algonquin Elegy

Algonquin Elegy by Neil Lehto www.algonquinelegy.com

His website has more links to explore and some interesting essays.


The Morrisseau Papers

Norval Morrisseau: Shaman Artist ~ Exhibition Catalogue


The Morrisseau Papers

Published by Perdida Press in Thunder Bay in 2007, is an inside story based on the papers Robert Lavack had from his days with Norval Morrisseau and the art circuit. It also contains Lavack's reminiscences of the time. The book provides key evidence about the early life and career of Norval Morrisseau.

Click here to read more on-line about Robert Lavack.

Hazel Fulford book "The Morrisseau Papers" can be ordered through fulhouse3@shaw.ca


Norval Morrisseau: Shaman Artist ~ Exhibition Catalogue
Greg Hill
Softcover ISBN 1-55365-176-6 ~ 188 pages ~ $50.00

In a career spanning five decades, Norval Morrisseau has figured prominently among artists in Canada. He has created a unique style of painting to convey his knowledge of and his deep pride in his Anishnaabe culture; his work both parallels and propels the development of Aboriginal art in this country. The catalogue documents the nearly sixty works in the exhibition which reflect and elaborate on the spiritual aspects of Morrisseau's art.


Starving Artist's Guide to Success

Starving Artist's Guide to Success by Joan Butterfield

starvingartistguidetoriches.com


Ajax Arsenal of Democracy

Ajax Arsenal of Democracy by Lynn Philip Hodgson


Bela Fawr's Cabaret

Bela Fawr's Cabaret, by David Annwn. A much larger collection with poems to quite a few Dada and Dada-related artists, is currently at proof-reading stage and will be published next year by West House/Ahadada Books, (Sheffield and New York.)

One of the poems from Bela Fawr …, dedicated to a very young Mina Loy and titled: 'After Seeing Countess Franziska zu Reventlow, Queen of Schwabing, with her love-child at the river-island party, Miss Mina Lowy, age 18, hears Marya Delvard sing the song of Wedekind's Ilse at Die Elf Scharfrichter, Munich c. 1900', can be found on the New York dusie web-journal site at: www.dusie.org/annwn.html
If you're interested, you'll can pre-order this book from West House's website: www.westhousebooks.co.uk/


Geisterbilder a Mnemonic for Emmy Hennings

Geisterbilder a Mnemonic for Emmy Hennings

by David Annwn



My daughter Jennifer and I wrote The Ten Deadliest Plants for Rubicon. They’re a lot of fun! They’re available from Scholastic Canada at www.scholastic.ca/education/the_ten/index.html There’s a whole series of these very educational books.


My daughter Jennifer and I wrote The Ten Grossest Bugs for Rubicon. They’re a lot of fun! They’re available from Scholastic Canada at www.scholastic.ca/education/the_ten/index.html There’s a whole series of these very educational books.

Gerd Gruber's Aufbruch in die Moderne

Dr. Gerd Gruber's Aufbruch in die Moderne, 17.90 Euro + postage.
Cranach Stiftung
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D- 06886 Lutherstadt Wittenberg
Telefon: +49 (0) 34 91 / 4 20 19 11
Telefax: +49 (0) 34 91 / 4 20 19 19
E-Mail: cranach-hoefe@t-online.de
cranach-stiftung@web.de
160 Blätter zeigen den Aufbruch in die Moderne
 

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