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Watercolor Painting with Passion!

Passion is one of the most important elements in a masterful work of art. Without it, a painting is a lifeless collection of composition and technique. Here, internationally respected watercolorist Al
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Beyond Technique: Painting With Passion

Alvaro Castagnet believes that ‘your work is your best teacher’, therefore, the philosophy of this book will enable you to learn a great deal from observing and evaluating your own paintin
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Denis Jenkinson A Passion for Porsches

Denis Jenkinson had a passion for all things Porsche. His close contacts with the Stuttgart firm and his own detailed experiences of a half-million miles of Porsche motoring gave him a unique pedigree
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Spain (Exploring Countries of the World)

In this fascinating journey through Spain, readers experience the natural and manmade beauty that make this country one of the most popular destinations for travelers. Hundreds of full-color photogra
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Dating the Passion: The Life of Jesus and the Emergence of Scientific Chronology (200-1600) (Time, Astronomy, and Calendars)

The beginnings of scientific chronology are usually associated with the work of the great Renaissance philologist Joseph Scaliger (15401609), but this perspective is challenged by the existence of a v
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The Last Mazurka : A Tale of War, Passion and Loss

The shot Count Hieronim Tarnowski fired on his wedding night in 1914, on the eve of the First World War, was like a tocsin that sounded the doom of his ancient Polish family. When in August 1939 his d
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The Private Passion of Jackie Kennedy Onassis: Portrait of a Rider

In The Private Passion of Jackie Kennedy Onassis, Vicky Moon illuminates just how vital a role horses played throughout Jackie’s often tumultuous life. Jackie’s mother propped her up on a
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