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Zen of Seeing: Seeing/Drawing as Meditation (Anglais) Broché – 12 septembre 1973

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A Dutch artist offers his concept of seeing and drawing as a discipline by which the world may be rediscovered, a way of experiencing Zen.

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  • Broché: 160 pages
  • Editeur : Vintage (12 septembre 1973)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0394719689
  • ISBN-13: 978-0394719689
  • Dimensions du produit: 21,1 x 1,2 x 27,4 cm
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Par C.Dupouy le 20 mai 2011
Format: Broché
Livre très agéeable à feuilleté. Ecrit à la main avec de superbes croquis à la plume et aquarellé de temps en temps. Ne pas à recommender pour apprendre à dessiner mais plutôt une philosophie sur la façon de voir les choses et aborder la vie en passant! Bon niveau d'anglais necessaire pour profiter pleinement de ce livre.
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Ce livre permet d'apprendre à regarder les choses avec un regard différent.
Il est à acheter rien que pour les dessins. Je regrette de ne pas l'avoir trouvé en français mais avec une bonne base d'anglais on en comprend le sens assez facilement.
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A Creative Classic 24 mai 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I was overjoyed to see this book back in print. I bought, devoured, and used this book in 1975 as an art student. Have you ever been so interested in doing an activity that time seemed to stand still? When you stop, it's almost like waking up from a pleasant dream or coming home from a long trip. That's what Franck is writing about here: the process of taking a tiny element of nature, a leaf or a stick or a seashell, and getting to know it in an unbelievably intimate way by drawing it. It absolutely does not require artistic "ability" to do this. Nonartists will be astounded what an adventure it is to take an hour or two and do this activity. It is therapeutic. It feeds the soul on a level that is akin to meditation, hence the title. My drawing teacher said, "I am not going to teach you to draw, I am going to teach you to see." Franck does this, and weaves into the text Zen stories and koans that shed light on the reasons for doing this activity in the first place. Enlightenment can be found in the art of tea, in the art of archery, in chanting and meditating, and Franck has shown us that drawing is a very valid method to add to this list. Thank you to the person who decided to reintroduce this classic. When so many books focus on creativity as a way to succeed in business, it's refreshing to return to developing creativity for its own sake. Buy this book, but promise to also plop down under a tree somewhere and draw!
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Don't ever let it go. 12 mars 2002
Par JOAN M KIND - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Where has this book been? I started drawing and painting a few years back and have bought lots of books, but none like this! I don't think of myself as a Zen person or a mystic, but this book really speaks to me. The drawings are beautiful, but go beyond a superficial beauty. Even if one is not interested in drawing, there is lots in this book to recommend it. It is not just a book about seeing and drawing, it is a book about truly living.
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A relaxing reminder of the powers within 5 novembre 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Years ago when this book was in its infancy, I was enrolled in a philosopy class on Death and Dying. When asked what we would give to a friend who was dying, I responded, "The Zen of Seeing--Drawing as Meditation." Why? Because in a person's final hours I believed it could provide a peace that comes from seeing the world differently--more openly. Why wait for death to knock?
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The Zen of the Pencil 10 août 2007
Par Mark Nadja - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Although the whole `Zen and the Art of [fill in the blank]' shtick seems rather tired nowadays, this book was written back in the day before it had been done to death. And even though many of the insights in *Zen of Seeing* may now seem as trite as they are timeless, its hard to give this classic anything less than four stars, for it still manages to inspire, enlivened as it is by Franck's irascible spirit and sheer zest for life and the practice of drawing. What's more, this oversized trade paperback is filled with Franck's own uniquely beautiful pen and wash drawings--delicate, suggestive, almost calligraphic, they depict people, landscapes, animals, leaves, anything and everything that caught Franck's enlightened eye. And that's pretty much the point of *Zen of Seeing,* that all the Ten Thousand Things are worth seeing--and drawing--and by drawing even the lowliest insect or common weed, we see it and marvel at its inexpressible wonder for the very first time.

This is really not a book about creating "Art." It's a book about the reverence of life for those who would use a sketchpad instead of a prayer book. Franck doesn't teach you about perspective or negative space, anatomy or shading--he's not teaching you *how to draw.* He's doing something far more important. He's showing you the *why of drawing.*

You can draw on anything with anything and in the end it doesn't matter what your drawing looks like--or doesn't look like! What's important is the act of drawing itself, the quiet contemplation of the thing drawn that engages you fully in the moment and opens your eyes and your heart to the world around you. Have you ever seen--really seen--a sparrow, a turnip, your child's face? Chances are you haven't until you've sat with them, a pad on your lap and a pencil in your hand, and traced their outline as if you were touching them with your heart's own flesh. Chances are you'll see things in each that you've never seen before, that you'll never forget, that will become a part of you forever. For those moments when you draw an object, a person, or a landscape you become a part of what you see--and it becomes a part of you. In this way, drawing becomes a form of meditation, the Zen of Seeing.

For those who already love to draw, this book will serve as inspiration; for those who think they'd like to draw, it will encourage you to do so. For both, it's the sort of book one should have on one's shelf even if it sits there untouched and forgotten for many years. On a rainy day of the heart, on some idle restless afternoon of the spirit, it's the sort of book one stumbles upon again and maybe that's exactly the time you need it most, when what Franck has to say sets off that lightning flash of understanding and you pick up your pencil and begin to see for the very first time the heretofore invisible world all around you.
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Observant Meditation- Melting into the Moment 29 novembre 1998
Par sm-kumta@cuhk.edu.hk - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is a fascinating book that stimulates one to observe the beauty of life's everyday processes and to record these experiences in the form of simpledrawings-- sketches that need not be exact, are often indistinct, yet capture some intricate details to reveal the beauty of nature. This is a very "warm and friendly" book with a very rustic, imaginative style, and is very readable. The expressions in this book have stimulated the interest of almost all who have picked it up- my sons aged 14 and 8, my daughter aged 4, a computer programmer, a cancer patient in the ward, a nurse, and therapist and others from all walks of life - the artist within all of us !
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