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"One of the finest, liveliest art books for the very young that I have encountered and deserves a place in the nursery or reception classroom or on bookshelves at home". - School Librarian
A colourful snail asks you to help him look for his favourite painting. Follow his silver trail through a selection of famous modern paintings by an exciting range of modern artists including Pollock, Rothko, Mondrian, Dali, Picasso and Matisse in search of a piece of art that represents him. Paintings reproduced in the book: Pablo Picasso Maya in a Sailor Suit, 1938. MOMA; Barnett Newman Abraham, 1949. MOMA; Jackson Pollock Number 20, 1949. Private Collection/James Goodman Gallery, New York; Mark Rothko White Centre, 1950. Private Collection Salvador Dali The Persistence of Memory, 1931. MOMA; Ben Nicholson 1940-42 (two forms). Southampton City Art Gallery, Hampshire; Henri Matisse The Snail, 1953, Tate Modern; Henri Matisse Goldfish (Red Fish), 1911 Pushkin Museum of Fine Art, Moscow.
About the Author
Jo Saxton fell in love with great paintings when she first went to the National Gallery at the age of 12. Since then, she has become a professional art historian, gaining a Ph.D. in 17th-century Dutch painting and drawing, and is an expert on art and education for school-age children. Jo has worked for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Cambridge University, inner-city state schools and academies, and has also advised government.
The Maxwell, Einstein, Schr”dinger and Dirac equations are considered the most important equations in all of physics. This volume aims to provide new eight- and twelve-dimensional complex solutions to these equations for the first time in order to reveal their richness and continued importance for advancing fundamental Physics. If M-Theory is to keep its promise of defining the ultimate structure of matter and spacetime, it is only through the topological configurations of additional dimensionality (or degrees of freedom) that this will be possible. Stretching the exploration of complex space through all of the main equations of Physics should help tighten the noose on "the" fundamental theory. This kind of exploration of higher dimensional spacetime has for the most part been neglected by M-theorists and physicists in general and is taken to its penultimate form here.
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