Cartography and Art

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ISBN: 978-3-540-68567-8 (Print) 978-3-540-68569-2 (Online)

Table of contents (35 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-17

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    Maps and Mapping in the Eyes of Artists and Cartographers–Experiences from the International Symposium on Cartography and Art

  3. Theory

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      Art and Cartographic Communication

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      Rejecting Illusionism: Transforming Space into Maps and into Art

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      From a Cartographic Glance to Synchronistic Experiences

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      Marriage and Divorce: Is the Evolution of Landscape Paintings Ending in the Fields of Topographic Cartography and Graphic Design?

  4. Aesthetics and Cartographic Design

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      Are we Living in a Cartographic Illiterate Society?

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      Aesthetics of the CORINE Land Cover Maps

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      Making Legends By Means of Painters’ Palettes

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      What Can We Learn from the Masters? Color Schemas on Paintings as the Source for Color Ranges Applicable in Cartography

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      The Role of Augmented Elements to Support Aesthetic and Entertaining Aspects of Interactive Maps on the Web and Mobile Phones

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      Variables of Aesthetics in Maps

  5. Art and the History of Cartography

    1. Front Matter

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      World-Views: Art and Canonical Images in the Geographical and Life Sciences

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      Map Style

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      The World Image in Maps – From the Old Ages to Mercator

  6. Integrated Media

    1. Front Matter

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      Mapping Literature: Towards a Geography of Fiction

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      Challenging the Digital Cartographic Continuity System: Lessons from Cinema

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      On Written Language in Works of Art and Cartography

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      Imagining Europe

  7. Non-Graphics

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Dots, Lines, Areas and Words: Mapping Literature and Narration (With some Remarks on Kate Chopin’s “The Awakening”)

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      Robert Smithson’s Pursuit: Mapping some Traces of Remnants

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