Barron's AP Art History

ISBN-10: 0764194631
ISBN-13: 9780764194634
Edition: 2008
Authors: Nici
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Description: Barrons brand-newAP Art Historytest prep manual is now available with an optional CD-ROM. The book offers test takers a review of art history, starting with the earliest Western civilizations and extending to art of the present day. Additional  More...

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List price: $29.99
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated
Publication date: 1/1/2008
Binding: Mixed Media
Pages: 600
Size: 7.25" wide x 6.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.134

Barrons brand-newAP Art Historytest prep manual is now available with an optional CD-ROM. The book offers test takers a review of art history, starting with the earliest Western civilizations and extending to art of the present day. Additional chapters focus on non-European art traditions in India, China, Japan, the Americas, Africa, and the Pacific. Major periods are reviewed in separate chapters, each containing historical background, artistic innovation, major artists and movements, key works test takers should know, and relevant vocabulary. Each chapter has multiple-choice review questions and a practice essay with a model response. Every work of art discussed is illustrated in the text with an adjoining bulleted list of its characteristics. A diagnostic exam precedes the chapters surveying art history, and two full-length AP practice exams are presented at the end of the book with answer keys, diagnostic charts, answer explanations, and model essay responses. The text is profusely illustrated and a glossary of important terms is provided The optional CD-ROM presents two additional practice tests with answers and automatic scoring. In addition, the CD-ROM contains a flash card feature to test students visual memories as they learn to identify 300 works of art.

PART ONE: GETTING TO KNOW THE AP EXAM IN ART HISTORY Introduction Answering the Multiple-Choice Questions Answering the Free-Response Questions PART TWO: DIAGNOSTIC TEST Test Answer Key PART THREE: CONTENT REVIEW Prehistoric Art Ancient Near Eastern Art Egyptian Art Aegean Art Greek Art Etruscan Art Roman Art Late Antique Art Byzantine Art Islamic Art Early Medieval Art Romanesque Gothic Art Gothic Art in Italy Early Renaissance in Northern Europe: Fifteenth Century Early Renaissance in Italy: Fifteenth Century High Renaissance Mannerism and Other Trends of Late Sixteenth-Century Italy Later Renaissance in Northern Europe and Spain: Sixteenth Century Baroque Art The Rococo Neoclassicism Romanticism Late Nineteenth- Century Art Early Twentieth- Century Art Late Twentieth-Century Art and the Contemporary World Indian Art Chinese Art Japanese Art Art of the Americas African Art Pacific Art PART FOUR: PRACTICE TESTS Practice Test 1 Practice Test 2 Glossary Photo Credits Index

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