Art and art books are among the most sought after of the digital age.
Many of them have been translated into other languages and are now being published in the US, Japan, Europe, China, India and Africa.
But the art books themselves are not just about the artwork.
They can also provide information about the artist, his or her techniques, his philosophy, what he or she did as a child, what inspired him or her to paint and so on.
Here are 10 of the most intriguing art books that you will be reading on your phone or tablet in the near future.1.
A Brief History of Modern Painting by M.H. GartnerThe book has been out for several years now and the publisher, Gartners, has taken it upon itself to bring it up to date.
The introduction is a bit of a mouthful.
This is a very detailed and comprehensive history of the evolution of modern painting.
The book includes a chapter on watercolor, an entry on oil painting and a section on the evolution and development of digital painting techniques.
The chapter on digital painting, however, has a bit more to it than meets the eye.
The author talks about the history of digital technology, the evolution in digital painting and the importance of watercolors.
It even includes some interesting facts about watercolours and the process that they use.2.
The Story of Modern Watercolor by Robert MapplethorpeThis is a fantastic book on watercolouring and the history behind it.
The history of watercolour is a fascinating story.
The main figure in the story is Leonardo da Vinci who was the creator of the earliest watercoloured watercolour known as “Doragona” in 1533.
He was very much involved in watercoloring.
He is credited with creating the first digital watercolour in 1582, which is still in use today.
Da Vinci was also a member of the Florentine Order and was the patron of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (RAFA) and the Society of the Spanish Academy of Sciences (CSIC).3.
Watercolours: The Art and Science of Painting and Watercolouring by Robert W. NaylorThe author is a painter himself and has written many books on painting.
This book contains a great deal of information about painting, the process and history of creating watercollections, as well as a lot of historical information.
This particular book has a nice introduction about painting.4.
The Art of Color by Gwyneth B. DavisThe author writes about the art of color, which she defines as “the art of creating the illusion of color in nature.”
This book is an excellent overview of the art and science of color and the techniques used to create it.5.
A Visual Guide to Contemporary Art by Mark RothkoThis is the fourth edition of this book, which was originally published in 1987.
This new edition has more than 700 illustrations and more than 1,000 photographs.
This edition includes a new chapter on the history and development in the art.6.
The Complete Illustrated Guide for the Artistic Artist by John D. MacDonaldThis is an interesting book which looks at the art world as a whole.
The chapters include information on artists, their works, their influences and their works of art.
It also includes the history, inspiration and inspirations of the artists.
The cover of the book looks a bit like an art gallery.7.
A Collection of Modern Art by Frank GehryThis is not just a book about Modern Art.
Gehry writes about his work as well.
The collection contains some beautiful works from around the world.8.
Modern Art in a Digital Age: A Visual History by James O’BrienThis book covers the history in detail, and the various methods of digital art.9.
A New Vision of Art by David GoldsmithThis is probably one of the best art books for those who want to understand the evolution, development and evolution of the modern art world.
This work looks at how the art industry has changed over the years.
It is a great look at how digital technology has affected the art trade.10.
The Essential Art of Painting by George BarrowsThis is definitely a good book to look at if you want to learn more about how to paint.
It covers the process of painting, as it is known in art, from conception to completion.