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by Stephen Kaluza,Peter Vansittart

Author: Stephen Kaluza,Peter Vansittart
Subcategory: Photography & Video
Language: English
Publisher: Thames & Hudson (June 2, 2009)
Pages: 272 pages
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.2
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by Stephen Kaluza (Author), Peter Vansittart (Introduction). Stephan Kaluza studied painting and philosophy at the Heinrich-Heine University in Dusseldorf.

by Stephen Kaluza (Author), Peter Vansittart (Introduction). He has exhibited widely in Europe, the Far East, and America. Hardcover: 272 pages. Publisher: Thames & Hudson (June 2, 2009).

Stephan Kaluza studied painting and philosophy at the Heinrich-Heine University in Düsseldorf. Peter Vansittart, the distinguished novelist and historian, has written a short introduction covering the river's history.

In the spring of 2006 the artist Stephan Kaluza and his team photographed both banks of the Thames from its source in the Cotswold Hills to its mouth in the North Sea.

Publisher's Description. In the spring of 2006 the artist Stephan Kaluza and his team photographed both banks of the Thames from its source in the Cotswold Hills to its mouth in the North Sea. They went partly on foot and partly by boat and took pictures of each bank every few seconds, ending up with about 30,000 images. A selection of these was then digitally combined to form the consecutive sequences of the changing and varied riverscapes that are displayed in this book.

Kaluza is also the author of one previous book, The Rhine:A Hike from the Source to the Mouth. This wonderful panoramically wide-format book by the artist Stephen Kaluza digitally stitches together 30,000 views from either bank of the Thames.

Peter Vansittart OBE, FRSL (27 August 1920 – 4 October 2008) was an English writer. He had 50 novels published between 1942 and 2008; he also wrote historical studies, memoirs, stories for children and three anthologies: Voices from the Great War (his most popular book), Voices 1870-1914 and Voices of the Revolution. He received an OBE in 2008 for his services to literature.

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This wonderful panoramically wide-format book by the artist Stephen Kaluza digitally stitches together 30,000 . Stephan Kaluza's photographs have been the subject of many solo exhibitions around Europe.

This wonderful panoramically wide-format book by the artist Stephen Kaluza digitally stitches together 30,000 views from either bank of the Thames. About Stephan Kaluza. Kaluza is also the author of one previous book, The Rhine:A Hike from the Source to the Mouth.

In the spring of 2006 the artist Stephan Kaluza and his team photographed both banks of the Thames from its source in the in the Cotswold Hills to its mouth in the North Sea. They went partly on foot and partly by boat and took pictures of each bank every few seconds, ending up with about 30,000 images. A selection of these was then digitally combined to form the consecutive sequences of the varied riverscapes that are displayed in this book.

In the spring of 2006 the artist Stephan Kaluza and his team photographed both banks of the Thames from its source in the Cotswold Hills to its mouth in the North Sea. They went partly on foot and partly by boat and took pictures of each bank every few seconds, ending up with about 30,000 images. A selection of these was then digitally combined to form the consecutive sequences of the changing and varied riverscapes that are displayed in this book.

Although the Thames and the city of London seem an inseparable entity, the river has a rich natural and historical identity of its own, revealed by this journey along it. The Thames flows through remote rural limestone villages and farms and the medieval city of Oxford, past boathouses and hundreds of small craft at their moorings, past the ends of the gardens of Henley and Marlow and through sprawling Reading. It runs through Windsor Great Park and past Hampton Court before it reaches the Houses of Parliament and the City of London. As it broadens, the Thames passes the new towers of Canary Wharf and the remaining docklands where large ships still unload their cargoes, flowing into the Thames Estuary and the North Sea.

Stephan Kaluza studied painting and philosophy at the Heinrich-Heine University in Düsseldorf. He has exhibited widely in Europe, the Far East, and America. Peter Vansittart, the distinguished novelist and historian, has written a short introduction covering the river's history.

134 color photographs