The Best Art Planners, Date and Agenda Books
If you want an interesting planner, one that will remind you that there is more to life than what immediately appears, fine art planners are just what you need. Take this Gaudi planner shown here: aren’t those lines, those colors just amazing? Can you imagine seeing them every time you plan an appointment? I can…
Shown here is the Gaudi Datebook
Tokidoki Softcover Engagement Calendar – 16 month September -December the next year
Simone Legno created tokidoki in 2003 to articulate his personal sense and optimism that, at any given moment, something magical and positive can happen. The Tokidoki datebook features new, original designs that are exclusive to this calendar.
Measures: 9.0 ” x 6.5 ” closed
The National Gallery of Art Softcover Engagement Calendar is a favorite planner for Art Lovers.
The Planner features world-famous paintings by Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, Raphael, and Vermeer; watercolors by Paul Cézanne, Winslow Homer, and William Blake; and drawings by Canaletto and Audubon from the National Gallery of Arts extensive collection.
Raised during the Industrial Revolution, Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi (1852 – 1926) strove to distinguish and reaffirm the identity of his native Catalonia as Spain and the rest of Europe modernized. Early neo-Gothic designs were the stepping-stone to the mature, original style that became synonymous with his name. Incorporating bold colors and odd bits of material into his designs, Gaudi created inspiring, visionary buildings and helped establish Barcelona as a city of the world.
This weekly agenda book features a weekly example of Antoni Gaudi’s spectacular architecture. With year planners and all national holidays, the spiral binding makes it easy to lay flat. His surreal wimsy is a bit like that other Catalan artist: Salvador Dali. I quite admire Gaudi’s ability to translate surrealism into architecture.
Gustav Klimt’s art is thoroughly fin de siècle. It expresses the apocalyptic atmosphere of Vienna’s upper middle-class society at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century. This was a society devoted to the cultivation of aesthetic awareness and the cult of pleasure. In hindsight they were the last of the aristocracy: people who could (and were supposed to) afford their time to nothing but pleasure. In contrast: our current elites are people who are always busy.
Keep track of your important dates and events while enjoying the gold highlighted paintings, which make this presentation of Klimt’s work a beautiful addition to sophisticated and stylish writing desks everywhere.
Claude Monet (1840 – 1926) was the most typical and the most individual painter of the Impressionist era. He dedicated his long life to a pictorial exploration of the sensations which reality, and in particular landscape, offers the human eye.
18 of Claude Monet’s best known paintings, incuding his Waterlilies, are included in this softcover engagement calendar for the year. Lovers of Monet’s work will love having his beautiful pictures to look at while tracking personal appointments or using the handy reference section, which includes a multi-language business dictionary and international hotel listings.
Monet brought an unrivaled eye for color and composition to his gardens, creating a well-controlled riot of color, branch, and bloom-perfectly captured in author and photographer Elizabeth Murray’s spectacular photographs.
Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh, was one of the pioneers of Expressionism, and became best-known for his paintings incorporating bright colors and vigorous brushstrokes. After a brief stay in Paris, he moved to Provencal and the landscapes became the subject of his many works.
Although he was relatively young when he died, aged 37 years, Vincent van Gogh produced more than 2000 works of art.
Some of van Gogh’s best known works are featured to provide a lovely counter-point to the engagement calendar gird that includes phases of the moon and a weekly view of your important dates.
The stunning colors and beautiful artwork that is typical of Vincent van Gogh are showcased in these planners.
During Japans Edo period (16151868), art schools flourished, producing richly colored woodblock prints for a newly prosperous middle class. The thirty-two woodcuts in this calendar are selections from twelve artists, including Katsushika Hokusai (17601849) and Utagawa Hiroshige (17971858).
Featuring 32 woodblock prints from the collection of the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria the various artists represented in this Planner are primarily from the Shin Hanga movement
The Planner includes 57 weekly grids, a soft cover with flaps and is wire bound making it easy to lay flat.
If you know what an Ukiyo-E artist is, then you’re probably also familiar with the woodblocks by Ando Hiroshige. This Diary features 8 works from this Japanese master of the Ukiyo-E art form. More woodblock inspired date books.
Vettriano’s images are a gateway to an alluring yet sinister world; a timeless place where past and present intertwine. It is a world heavy on atmosphere evoking the great noir movies and novels of our time; the drama of men and women is played out in each canvas against a backdrop of bars and clubs, seaside and racetracks, ballrooms and bedrooms.
The works of contemporary Scottish painter Jack Vettriano are featured in this deluxe engagement calendar. From the signature Vettriano print featured on the cover, through the 18 delightful images, this calendar provides a feast for the eye, along with lots of space for noting your own important engagements. Six language calendar grid completes the package, as you take it with you the plastic cover will keep the inner pages safe from the elements.
18 beautiful images from the brush of Ton Schulten brightens this wonderful, vivid deluxe engagement calendar. These vivid colors are a hallmark of Schulten’s works and the mosaic of his abstract style landscapes make his painting style unmistakable.
Art lovers who can’t get enough of Ton Schulten’s vibrant images will enjoy using this large planner filled with eight of his most popular images. The six language calendar grid features phases of the moon for quick reference as well as a separate page for diary notes.
The inner storage pocket keeps little slips of paper from going astray, and a marker ribbon turns back to your last notation quickly.
The reputation of Henri Matisse as the most important artist of the modern era is rivaled only by Picasso. Towards the end of his monumental career as a painter, sculptor, and lithographer, an elderly, sickly Matisse developed the technique of creating brightly colored paper cut-outs. These gouaches decoupes represented a revolution in modern art, yet their simplicity was dismissed by many critics as the folly of a senile old man.
Later critics realized that Matisse had found a brilliant solution to the age-old conflict between line and color. This linen-covered engagement calendar features a ribbon bookmark and an Address and Notes section. His work is reminiscent of pop art, and Charley Harper, though the historical influence is the other way around of course.
Edward Hopper was an American painter whose highly individualistic works remain landmarks of American realism. Born in Nyack, New York, he studied illustration in New York City at a commercial art school. About 1901 he switched to painting and studied at the New York School of Art.
This weekly planner includes sections for Notes, Personal Data, Birthdays and Addresses as well as charts on World Time Differences, International Dialing Codes, International Holidays plus much more.