Recommended books by Kevin Avery

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Product picture for Frederic Church: A Painters Pilgrimage by Kenneth John Myers
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A beautiful overview of fascinating paintings of the classical world and the Holy Land by a beloved American artist 

Frederic Church (1826–1900), one of the leading painters of 19th-century America and the Hudson River School, also journeyed around the globe to find fresh inspiration for his highly detailed compositions. Among Church’s lesser-known masterpieces are his paintings of the Middle East, Italy, and Greece, produced in the late 1860s through late 1870s, which explore...
Book cover from The Numbers of Life: The Hidden Power in Numerology by Kevin Quinn Avery
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Easily the most comprehensive and detailed guide to practical and theoretical numerology on the market, Kevin Quinn Avery's The Numbers of Life stands alone as the definitive work in its field. Drawing on a long and storied career advising New York's celebrities, intelligentsia, and politicians, as well as years of professional study in the areas of astronumerology, astrology, and kabala, Avery has neatly compiled a lifetime of knowledge in this one useful volume. If you are just beginning to...
Book cover from Ways of Knowing: Selected Readings by DODSON  KEVIN
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Copyright 2000, second edition, revised printing, softcover, 545 pages.
Book cover from Science Not Silence: Voices from the March for Science Movement (The MIT Press) by DODSON  KEVIN
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Signs, artwork, stories, and photographs from the March for Science Movement and community.In January 2017, an idea on social media launched the global March for Science movement. In a few short months, more than 600 cities, 250 partners, and countless volunteers banded together to organize a historical event that drew people of all backgrounds, interests, and political leanings. On April 22, 2017, more than one million marchers worldwide took to the streets to stand up for the importance of...
Book cover from Its All One Case: The Illustrated Ross Macdonald Archives by Paul Nelson
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In 1976, critic Paul Nelson spent several weeks interviewing legendary detective writer Ross Macdonald, who elevated the form to a new literary level. “We talked about everything imaginable,” Nelson wrote—including Macdonald’s often meager beginnings; his dual citizenship; writers, painters, music, and movies he admired; The Great Gatsby, his favorite book; how he used symbolism to change detective writing; and more. This book, published in a handsome, oversized...
Book cover from Treasures from Olana: Landscapes by Frederic Edwin Church by Kevin J. Avery
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"The wide variety of selections from Frederic Edwin Church's collection of his own paintings shows the master in all phases of his career, in sketches and finished paintings, depicting the breadth of his subjects and the high technical skills that established him as an eminent and influential artist in his own time. As works he held on to or reacquired and kept in his house during his lifetime, they embody the heart of his artistic vision and convey a deeply personal slant. As pictures he hung...
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Paul Nelson was, according to Bob Dylan, “a folk-music scholar” who later wrote criticism at Rolling Stone as the last in a great tradition of record-review editors that included Jon Landau, Dave Marsh, and Greil Marcus. But in 1982, Nelson walked away from it all — Rolling Stone, his friends, and rock ’n’ roll. By the time he died in his New York City apartment in 2006 at the age of 70, almost everything he’d written had been relegated to back issues of old music magazines. With...
Book cover from Conversations with Clint: Paul Nelsons Lost Interviews with Clint Eastwood, 1979-1983 by Kevin Avery
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Clint Eastwood has forged a remarkable career as a movie star, director, producer and composer. These newly discovered conversations with legendary journalist Paul Nelson return us to a point when, still acting in other people's films, Eastwood was honing his directorial craft on a series of inexpensive films that he brought in under budget and ahead of schedule. Operating largely beneath the critical radar, he made his movies swiftly and inexpensively. Few of his critics then could have...
Book cover from Hudson River School Visions: The Landscapes of Sanford R. Gifford by Kevin J. Avery
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Sanford Gifford (1823-1880), a leading Hudson River School landscape painter and a founder of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, was so esteemed by the New York art world that, at his untimely death, the Museum mounted a show of his work - the first monographic exhibition accorded any artist - and published a Memorial Catalogue that, for nearly a century, remained the principal source on his oeuvre.
Gifford's art, which was inspired by the work of Thomas Cole, the founder of the Hudson River...
Book cover from The Affluent Dentist by K.M. "Mac" Winston of PPCLOAN
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Dental practitioners entering the field of dentistry, as well as those who have many years of experience invested in their own practice, finally have one source for practical, expert advice about the business side of dentistry. A collaborative effort with K.M. "Mac" Winston and members of American Dental Sales has resulted in a one-of-a-kind guide covering all factes of successfully owning, operating, selling and retiring from a dental practice. Collectively, the authors of this book have...