Art History

ISBN-10: 0130918687

ISBN-13: 9780130918680

Edition: 2nd 2002 (Student Manual, Study Guide, etc.)

Authors: Marilyn Stokstad, David Cateforis, Stephen Addiss

List price: $59.97
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For two-semester courses in Art History Survey, Global Art History, and for Introductory Art courses taught from a historical perspective.Exceptional in scholarship and pedagogically in tune with the needs of today's students rich but never effete Marilyn Stokstad's Art History is the art history text of choice for a new generation of teachers and students. Presenting a broad view of art through the centuries, it introduces beginning students in a positive and sympathetic manner to the works of all artists. This includes women and artists of color, and the arts of other continents and regions in addition to those of Western Europe and the United States. Balancing both the traditions of art history and new trends of the present, Art History is the most comprehensive, accessible, and magnificently illustrated work of its kind.
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List price: $59.97
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1248
Size: 9.00" wide x 12.25" long x 2.25" tall
Weight: 8.536
Language: English

Stephen Addiss is Tucker-Boatwright Professor in the Humanities in the Department of Art at the University of Richmond. His many books include The Art of Zen: Paintings and Calligraphy by Japanese Monks 1600-1925and How to Look at Japanese Art.Jonathan Chaves is professor and chair of the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures at George Washington University. He is the editor and translator of many works, including The Columbia Book of Later Chinese Poetry,and is the coauthor, with J. Thomas Rimer, of Japanese and Chinese Poems to Sing(Columbia 1998).J. Thomas Rimer is chairman of the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures at the University of Pittsburgh. His many works include Modern Japanese Fiction and Its Traditions: An Introduction,and he is the coauthor, with Jonathan Chaves, of Japanese and Chinese Poems to Sing(Columbia 1998).

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Starter Kit
Prehistory and Prehistoric Art in Europe
The Paleolithic Period
The Neolithic Period
The Bronze Age
The Iron Age
The Object Speaks: Prehistoric Woman and Man
Art of the Ancient Near East
The Fertile Crescent
Early Neolithic Cities
Babylon and Mari
The Object Speaks: The Code of Hammurabi
Art of Ancient Egypt
Neolithic And Predynastic Egypt
Early Dynastic Egypt
The Old Kingdom
The Middle Kingdom
The New Kingdom
The Continuing Influence of Egyptian Art
The Object Speaks: The Temples of Rameses II
Aegean Art
The Aegean World
The Cycladic Islands in the Bronze Age
Mainland Greece and the Mycenaean Civilization
The Object Speaks: The "Mask of Agamemnon"
Art of Ancient Greece
The Emergence of Greek Civilization
The Geometric Period
The Orientalizing Period
The Archaic Period
The Classical Period in Greek Art
The Transitional, or Early Classical, Period
The Fifth-Century Classical Period
Classical Art of the Fourth Century
The Hellenistic Period
The Object Speaks: The Parthenon
Etruscan Art and Roman Art
Etruscan Civilization
Roman History
The Republican and Augustan Periods
The Empire
The Roman City and Home
The Late Empire
The Object Speaks: The Unswept Floor
Early Christian, Jewish, and Dyzantine Art
Jews And Christians in the Roman Empire
Jewish and Early Christian Art
Imperial Christian Architecture and Art
Early Byzantine Art
Middle Byzantine Art
Late Byzantine Art
The Object Speaks: The Archangel Michael
Islamic Art
Islam And Early Islamic Society
Art During the Early Caliphates
Later Islamic Society and Art
Art of India before 1100
The Indian Subcontinent
Indus Valley Civilization
The Vedic Period
The Maurya Period
The Period of the Shungas and Early An Dhras
The Kushan and Later Andhra Period
The Gupta Period
The Po St-Gupta Period
The Early Medieval Period
Chinese Art before 1280
The Middle Kingdom
Neolithic Cultures
Bronze Age China
The Chinese Empire: Qin Dynasty
Han Dynasty
Six Dynasties
Sui and Tang Dynasties
Song Dynasty
Japanese Art before 1392
Prehistoric Japan
Asuka Period
Nara Period
Heian Period
Kamakura Period
The Object Speaks: Monk Sewing
Art of the Americas before 1300
The New World
Central America
South America: The Central Andes
North America
Art of Ancient Africa
The Lure of Ancient Africa
Saharan Rock Art
Sub-Saharan Civilizations
Other Urban Centers
Early Medieval Art in Europe
The Middle Ages
The British Isles and Scandinavia
Christian Spain
Langobard Italy
Carolingian Europe
Scandinavia: The Vikings
Ottonian Europe
The Object Speaks: The Doors of Bishop Bernward
Romanesque Art
Romanesque Culture
France and Northern Spain
The North Sea Kingdoms
The Holy Roman Empire
Ancient Rome and Romanesque Italy
The Object Speaks: The Bayeux Tapestry
Gothic Art
The Gothic Style
Germany and the Holy Roman Empire
The Object Speaks: Notre-Dame of Paris
Early Renaissance Art in Europe
The Renaissance and Humanism
Art of the French Ducal Courts
Art of Flanders
The Spread of the Flemish Style
The Graphic Arts
Art of Italy
The Object Speaks: The Foundling Hospital
Renaissance Art in Sixteenth-Century Europe
Europe in the Sixteenth Century
The Classical Phase of the Renaissance In Italy
The Renaissance and Reformation in Germany
Late Renaissance Art in Italy
Renaissance Art in France
Renaissance Art in Spain
Renaissance Painting in the Netherlands
Renaissance Art in England
The Object Speaks: Feast in the House of Levi
Baroque Art in Europe and North America
The Baroque Period
Habsburg Germany and Austria
Habsburg Spain
Spanish Colonies in the Americas
The Southern Netherlands/Flanders
The Northern Netherlands/United Dutch Republic
English Colonies in North America
The Object Speaks: Brueghel and Rubens's Sight
Art of India after 1100
Late Medieval Period
Mughal Period
The Modern Period
Chinese Art after 1280
The Mongol Invasions
Yuan Dynasty
Ming Dynasty
Qing Dynasty
The Modern Period
Japanese Art after 1392
Muromachi Period
Momoyama Period
Edo Period
The Meiji and Modern Periods
Art of the Americas after 1300
Indigenous American Art
Mexico and South America
North America
Other Contemporary Native American Artists
The Object Speaks: Hamatsa Mask
Art of Pacific Cultures
The Peopling of the Pacific
Recent Art in Oceania
Art of Africa in the Modern Era
Traditional and Contemporary Africa
Children and the Continuity Of Life
The Spirit World
Death and Ancestors
Contemporary Art
Eighteenth-Century Art in Europe and North America
The Enlightenment and Its Revolutions
The Rococo Style in Europe
Art in Italy
Revivals and Romanticism in Britain
Art in France
Art in North America
The Object Speaks: Georgian Silver
Nineteenth-Century Art in Europe and the United States
Europe and the United States in the Nineteenth Century
Neoclassicism and Romanticism in France
Romanticism in Spain
Romantic Landscape Painting in Europe
Naturalistic, Romantic, and Neoclassical American Art
Revival Styles in Architecture Before
1850 Early Photography in Europe
New Materials and Technology in Architecture at Midcentury
French Academic Art and Architecture
French Naturalism and Realism and their Spread
Late-Nineteenth-Century Art in Britain
Post Impressionism
Art in the United States
The Object Speaks: Raft of the "Medusa"
The Rise of Modernism in Europe and North America
Europe and the United States in the Early Twentieth Century
Early Modernist Tendencies in Europe
Cubism in Europe
Early Modernist Tendencies in the United States
Early Modern Architecture
Modernism in Europe Between the Wars
Art and Architecture in the United States Between the Wars
Early Modern Art in Canada
The Object Speaks: Portrait of a German Officer
The International Avant-Garde since 1945
The World Since
1945 Postwar European Art
Abstract Expressionism
Alternatives to Abstract Expressionism
From Modernism to Postmodernism
The Object Speaks: The Dinner Party
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