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Fellows of Trinity College, Oxford: Ronald Syme, Martin Kemp, Ronald Knox, Charles Gore, Nicolas Tindal, James Wilmot, William Stubbs

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Published August 13th 2011
ISBN : 9781156467411
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32 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Ronald Syme, Martin Kemp, Ronald Knox, Charles Gore, Nicolas Tindal, James Wilmot, William Stubbs,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Ronald Syme, Martin Kemp, Ronald Knox, Charles Gore, Nicolas Tindal, James Wilmot, William Stubbs, Austin Farrer, Michael Maclagan, Ralph Bathurst, John Percival, Henry Kett, Kenneth Kirk, Arthur West Haddan, Anthony Farindon, Arthur Charlett, Arthur Lionel Pugh Norrington, Robinson Duckworth, Thomas Claughton, Robert Hall, Baron Roberthall, William Martin Geldart, Harold Arthur Prichard, Henry Stuart-Jones, Francis Wise, Henry Francis Pelham, Robinson Ellis, William John Copeland, Michael Furse, Jeremy Hardie, Robert Skinner, Archibald Paton Thornton, Francis Haskell, Peter Carey, Peter Birks, James Ingram, Marta Kwiatkowska, Henry Whitehead, Alexander George Ogston, John Weaver, Herbert Edward Douglas Blakiston, Frances Ashcroft, Richard Brown, Archibald Robertson, Kim Nasmyth, John Farnsworth Wright. Excerpt: Martin Kemp is Emeritus Research Professor in the History of Art at Oxford University. He has written and broadcast extensively on imagery in art and science from the Renaissance to the present day. He speaks on issues of visualisation and lateral thinking to a wide range of audiences and is a leading expert on the art of Leonardo da Vinci. Leonardo da Vinci has been the subject of books written by him, including Leonardo (Oxford University Press 2004). He has published on imagery in the sciences of anatomy, natural history and optics, including The Science of Art: Optical Themes in Western Art from Brunelleschi to Seurat (Yale University Press). Increasingly, he has focused on issues of visualization, modelling and representation. He writes a regular column on Science in Culture in Nature (an early selection published as Visualisations, OUP, 2000). The Nature essays are developed in Seen and Unseen (OUP 2006), in which his concept of structural intuitions is explored. His most recent book is The Human A...