Art across Time Combined

ISBN-10: 0072965258

ISBN-13: 9780072965254

Edition: 3rd 2007 (Revised)

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Art across Time speaks to students in a voice they will remember, combining sound scholarship with lively prose enhanced with a lavishly presented program of images. Most of the illustrations are presented in a larger format than in other art history texts to allow students to view details and elements of composition with greater ease and interest.The new third edition offers a variety of improvements, including new visual Connections between works, increased color and architectural diagrams, an enhanced map program to reinforce geographical context, new boxed readings, and a revised art program and text design.Art across Time offers readers more than a chronology of art; it introduces political, economic, social, and personal concerns that influence the artists and inform their work, uniquely conveying the ideas, beliefs, and circumstances that inspire creativity.In addition, the illustration program is available to adopting instructors in digital format in The Image Vault, McGraw-Hill's new web-based presentation manager. Instructors can incorporate images from The Image Vault in digital presentations that can be used in class offline, burned to CD-ROM, or embedded in course Web pages. See www.mhhe.com/theimagevault for more details.
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List price: $143.13
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Publication date: 3/10/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1080
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 2.00" tall
Weight: 7.810

Preface
Introduction: Why Do We Study the History of Art?
The Western Tradition (box)
The Artistic Impulse Chronology (box)
Why Is Art Valued?
Material Value Intrinsic Value Religious Value Nationalistic Value Brancusi’s Bird: Manufactured Metal or a Work of Art? (box)
Psychological Value Art and Illusion Images and Words (box)
Artists and Gods Art and Identification Reflections and Shadows: Legends of How Art Began Image Magic Architecture Archaeology and Art History The Archaeological Dig (box)
How Do We Approach Art? The Methodologies of Art Formalism Iconography and Iconology Marxism Feminism Biography and Autobiography Semiology Deconstruction Psychoanalysis
How Do We Talk about Art?
Composition Plane Balance Line Expressive Qualities of Line Shape Expressive Qualities of Shape Light and Color Expressive Qualities of Color Texture Stylistic Terminology
The Art of Prehistory The Stone Age in Western Europe Upper Paleolithic (c. 50,000/45,000–c. 8000 B.C.)
Upper Paleolithic Sculpture Carving (box)
Categories of Sculpture (box)
Pigment (box)
Modeling (box)
Upper Paleolithic Painting in Spain and France (c. 30,000–c. 10,000 B.C.)
Cosquer and Chauvet Shamanism (box)
Lascaux Methods of Interpretation: Dating and Meaning of the Cave Paintings (box)
Window on the World 1: Rock Paintings of Australia (c. 75,000/50,000 B.C.–the Present)
(feature) Mesolithic (c. 8000–c. 6000/4000 B.C.)
Neolithic (c. 6000/4000–c. 2000 B.C.)
Malta Northern Europe The Celts (box)
Menhirs Dolmens Cromlechs Lost-and-Lintel Construction (box) Timeline
The Ancient Near East The Neolithic Era Chronology of the Ancient Near East and Principal Sites (box)
Jericho �atal H�y�k Mesopotamia Mesopotamian Religion (box) The Uruk Period (c. 3500–3100 B.C.)
Inanna (box)
Ziggurats Cylinder Seals From Pictures to Words Gilgamesh (box)
Sumer: Early Dynastic Period (c. 2800–2300 B.C.)
Tell Asmar Ur Akkad: (c. 2300–2100 B.C.)
Sargon of Akkad (box)
Neo-Sumerian Culture (c. 2100–1900/1800 B.C.)
Lagash The Ziggurat of Ur Babylon (c. 1900�–539 B.C.)
The Law Code of Hammurabi (box) Anatolia: The Hittites (c . 1450–1200 B.C.)
Assyria (C. 1300–612 B.C.)
Assyrian Kings (box)
The Neo-Babylonian Empire (612–539 B.C.)
Round Arches (box)
Glazing (box)
Iran (c. 5000–331 B.C.)
The Scythians (8th–4th Century B.C.)
Destroying the Archaeological Record (box)
Recent Discoveries: The Filippovka Cemetery (box)
Achaemenid Persia (539–331 B.C.)
Columns (box) Timeline
Ancient Egypt The Gift of the Nile Hymn to Hapy Religion The Pharaohs Egyptian Gods (box)
The Egyptian Concept of Kingship Chronology of Egyptian Kings (box)
The Palette of Narmer Royal Names: Serekhs and Cartouches (box)
The Egyptian View of Death and the Afterlife Mummification Funerary Texts The Old Kingdom Pyramids
The Egyptian System of Proportion Sculpture Methods of Interpretation: Menkaure and Khamerernebty, an Old Kingdom Pharaoh and His Queen: Formalism, Iconography, Feminism, Context (box)
Papyrus Manuscripts (box) The Middle Kingdom (c. 1991–1700 B.C.)
The New Kingdom (c. 1550–1070 B.C.)
Temples The Pylon Temple Hatshepsut’s Mortuary Temple and Sculpture Painting Mural Painting Papyrus The Amarna Period (c. 1349–1336 B.C.)
Tutankhamon’s Tomb Egypt and Nubia Early Kush Reconquest The "Fifty" Sons of Ramses II: A Recent Archaeological Find (box)
The Napatan Period Mero� Timeline
The Aegean Cycladic Civilization (c. 3000–11th Century B.C.)
Minoan Civilization (c. 3000–c. 1100 B.C.)
The Palace at Knossos Minoan Fresco (box)
Minoan Religion Minoan Scripts (box)
Pottery Recent Discoveries at Thera The Frescoes Mycenaean Civilization (c. 1600–1100 B.C.)
The Legend of Agamemnon (box) Cyclopaean Masonry (box)
Timeline PART II
The Art of Ancient Greece Cultural Identity Government and Philosophy Delphi (box)
Literature and Drama Women in Ancient Greece (box)
Plato on Artists (box)
Socrates: “Know Thyself”(box)
"Man Is the Measure of All Things" Greek Gods and Roman Counterparts (box)
Painting and Pottery Geometric Style (c. 1000–700 B.C.)
Orientalizing Style (c. 700–600 B.C.)
Medusa (box)
Archaic Style (c. 600–480 B.C.)
Greek Vase Media and Shapes Late Archaic to Classical Style (c. 530–400 B.C.)
Classical to Late Classical Style (c. 450–323 B.C.)
Mosaic Sculpture Orientalizing Style: The Lions of Delos (7th century B.C.)
Archaic Style (c. 600��–480 B.C.)
Early Classical Style (c. 480–450 B.C.)
The Lost-Wax Process (box)
Classical Style (c. 450–400 B.C.)
Polykleitos of Argos The Canon (box)
Grave Stelae The Development of Greek Architecture and Architectural Sculpture Archaic Style (c. 600–480 B.C.)
The Orders of Greek Architecture (box)
Early Classical Style (c. 480–450 B.C.)
The Labors of Herakles (box) Classical Style (c. 450–400 B.C.)
The Parthenon (448–432 B.C.)
Plan of the Parthenon (box)
The Pediments The Doric Metopes
The Ionic Frieze The Naos
The Temple of Athena Nike
The Erechtheum Late Classical Style (4th century B.C.)
Greek Theater (box)
Sculpture Fourth-Century Grave Stelae Hellenistic Sculpture The Trojan Horse (box)
Summary of Greek Style and Techniques (box)
Timeline
The Art of the Etruscans Etruscan Materials (box)
Architecture Vitruvius on Architecture (box)
Pottery and Sculpture Women in Etruscan Art Funerary Art Cinerary Containers Tombs Sarcophagi Tomb Paintings Timeline Window on the World 2: China: Neolithic to First Empire (c. 5000–206 b.c.)
(feature) The Tomb of Emperor Qin: I (late 3rd century B.C.)
Precursors: Neolithic to the Bronze Age (c. 5000–221 B.C.)
Major Periods of Early Chinese History (box)
Bronze: The Piece-Mold Method (box)
Writing: Chinese Characters (box)
Chinese Philosophy (box)
The Tomb of Emperor Qin: II (late 3rd century B.C.) Timeline
Ancient Rome Virgil’s Aeneid (box)
Chronology of Roman Periods and Corresponding Works of Art and Architecture (box)
Ovid (box)
Architectural Types Domestic Architecture Roman Building Materials (box)
Arches, Domes, and Vaults (box)
Pliny the Elder and Pliny the Younger (box)
Nero’s Golden House (box)
Public Buildings The Forum
The Basilica The Markets of Trajan Public Baths The Co
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