Art Past, Art Present (with MyArtKit Student Access Code Card)

ISBN-10: 0205772978

ISBN-13: 9780205772971

Edition: 6th 2010

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Authoritative and substantive-yetaccessible-Art Past, Art Present, 6 th editionlooks at the historical and cultural contexts of art works and architecture around the world from prehistoric times to the 20th century. The authors recognized the need for an easy-to-use format that is accessible for both teachers and students. Each topic inArt Past, Art Presentis organized into two- and four-page units and provides a clear and concise treatment of a select number of artworks, making it easier for instructors to focus on what is important and for students to learn.
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List price: $201.20
Edition: 6th
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 6/8/2009
Binding: Mixed Media
Pages: 672
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 4.048

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Getting Started
Experiencing Art
Experiencing Art
How to Experience Art
Viewing Art
Understanding Style
Art, Time, and the Cycles of Life
Analyzing Three Works
Analyzing Art
Analyzing Architecture
Analyzing Sculpture
Analyzing Ritual Art
Analyzing Installation Art
Analyzing Painting and Related Media
The Artist in History
Prehistoric Art
Introduction to Prehistoric Art
The Paleolithic Period
The Discovery of Paleolithic Painting
Paleolithic Art
The Neolithic Period
Neolithic Art and Architecture
Prehistoric Art and the Prehistoric Artist
Points of contact Prehistoric Figurines of Women
Theme Ritual and Art
Ancient Art
Introduction to Ancient Art
Art of Ancient Societies
Art past/art present the Concept of the Ancient Artist
Classical in the West
Points of contact Greek Artists/Scythian Patrons
Theme the Presence of the Artist
Sumerian Art
Ancient Egyptian Art
Art of Ancient Egypt
The Egyptian Artist
Ancient Egyptian Art: the Palette of Narmer
The Egyptian Pyramids
The Egyptian Temple
Technique Post-and-Lintel Construction
Technique How to Read Architectural Diagrams
Egyptian Tomb Paintings and Painted Reliefs
Technique Figure���Ground Relationships
The Indus Valley Civilization
Aegean Art: Minoan and Mycenaean
Ancient China: the Shang Dynasty
Technique Chinese Piece-Mold Bronze Casting
Assyrian and Early Persian Art
Mesoamerica: the Olmec
Etruscan Art
Ancient Greek Art
Intellectual and Scientific Activities
Ancient Greek Art
The Ancient Greek Artist
Greek Vase Painting
The Development of Greek Sculpture
Technique Greek Lost-Wax Bronze Casting
Technique Contrapposto in Sculpture
Technique the Classical Orders
Art past/art present the Impact of the Ancient Greek Orders
Greek Doric Architecture
Technique Greek Temple Construction
The Parthenon, Athens
Later ancient Art, 400 bce to 200 ce
Introduction to Later Ancient Art
Points of contact the Silk Road
Theme Engineering
Nomadic Art in Siberia: Pazyryk
The Qin Empire in China
Hellenistic Art
Art of the Hellenistic Period
Hellenistic Painting
Hellenistic Sculpture in Pergamon
The Han Dynasty in China
Early Buddhist Art
Dongson Culture in Vietnam
The Art of the Roman Republic
Republican Architectural Developments
The Roman House and Villa
The Art of the Roman Empire
The City of Rome
Roman Imperial Art
Technology, Organization, and Engineering
Roman Religion and the Mystery Religions
The End of Rome's Empire
The Roman Artist
Roman Frescoes and Illusionism
Technique Fresco Painting
Technique Illusionism
Roman Architecture: the Flavian Amphitheater
Technique Roman Engineering: the Arch, the Vault, and Concrete
Roman Architecture: the Pantheon, Rome
Mesoamerican Art: Teotihuacàn
Art From 200 to 1000
Introduction to Art from 200 to 1400
Art past/art present Naming the Middle Ages in Europe
Art and the Christian Church
A Denial of Naturalism
The Scroll and Book
The Artist
Points of contact Muslims in China
Theme Religious Architecture
Jewish Art: the Synagogue at Dura Europos
Early Christian Art
Early Christian Architecture
Buddhist Architecture and Painting at Ajanta, India
The Shinto Shrine at Ise, Japan
Byzantine Art
The Icon and Iconoclasm
The Byzantine Artist
Byzantine Architecture: Hagia Sophia
Byzantine Art: San Vitale, Ravenna
Technique Mosaic
Anglo-Saxon Metalwork and Hiberno-Saxon Illumination
The Chinese Imperial City of Chang'An
Buddhist Art at Horyuji
Technique Dougong-style Bracketing
Hindu Art at Ellora
Islamic Art at Còrdoba
Carolingian and Ottonian Art
The Monastery in the West
Buddhist Art in Indonesia
Chinese Art: Landscape Painting
Art past/art present Chinese Aesthetic Theory
Art from 1000 to 1400
Introduction to Art from 1000 to 1400
Points of contact Amber Necklaces in Burials in Eastern Asia
Theme Narrative Art
Romanesque Art in Europe
Art and the Pilgrim
The Bayeux "Tapestry"
The Romanesque Artist in Europe
Romanesque Architecture at Conques
Romanesque Sculpture
Moai Ancestor Figures, Polynesia
Angkor Wat: Cult of the God-King
The Japanese Narrative Scroll
Gothic Art
Abbot Suger
The Franciscans
The Gothic Artist
The Gothic Cathedral: Chartres
Technique Proportions of Gothic Cathedrals, 1160���1230
Technique Gothic Engineering
Gothic Sculpture
Gothic Stained Glass
Technique Stained-Glass Technique
The Great Mosque at Jenne
The Chinese Capital City in Beijing: the Forbidden City
Early Italian Painting
Giotto, the Arena Chapel Frescoes
Technique Tempera and Fresco
The Royal Art of African Kingdoms
Fifteenth-Century Art
Introduction to Fifteenth-Century Art
Fifteenth-Century Worldwide Developments
The Idea of a Renaissance
Naming the Styles
European History
Italian Renaissance Humanism and Art Theory
European Intellectual Activity
Changing Patterns of Patronage in Europe
The Fifteenth-Century Artist in Europe
POINTS OF CONTACT the Travels of Marco Polo
Theme Portraiture
Early Renaissance Sculpture in Florence
Technique Carving in Wood
Flemish Painting: the Limbourg Brothers
Flemish Painting: Robert Campin
Italian Renaissance Painting: Masaccio
Scientific Perspective
Flemish Painting: Hubert and Jan van Eyck
Flemish Painting: Jan van Eyck
Technique the Development of Oil Painting in Flanders
Italian Renaissance Architecture: Filippo Brunelleschi
Machu Picchu: the Peruvian Mountain Retreat
The Italian Renaissance Palace
Italian Renaissance Painting: Andrea Mantegna
Technique Foreshortening
Italian Renaissance Painting: Sandro Botticelli
Italian Renaissance Painting: Leonardo da Vinci
Italian Renaissance Painting: Leonardo's Last Supper
Italian Renaissance Sculpture: Michelangelo's Piet�� in St. Peter's
Sixteenth-Century Art
Introduction to Sixteenth-Century Art
Intellectual and Scientific Developments
Religious Reform and Art during the Sixteenth Century
The Sixteenth-Century Artist
Points of contact Chinese Porcelain in Europe
Theme the Nude/The Body
Italian Renaissance Sculpture: Michelangelo
Technique Stone Sculpture
Italian High Renaissance Portraiture
German Printmaking: Albrecht Dürer
Technique Printmaking: Engraving and Woodcut
New St. Peter's, Rome
Michelangelo, Sistine Chapel Ceiling
Art past/art present Vasari and Modern Scholarship
Raphael, Stanza della Segnatura
High Renaissance Painting in Venice
Hieronymus Bosch, "Garden of Earthly Delights" Triptych
German Painting: Matthias Grünewald, Isenheim Altarpiece
Titian's Altarpieces
Technique Venetian Painting
Later Michelangelo and the Development of Mannerism
Early European Landscape Painting
Sixteenth-Century Painting
Islamic Art of the Ottomans
Veronese and the Impact of the Counter-Reformation
The Art of Zen Buddhism in Japan
Seventeenth-Century Art
Introduction to Seventeenth-Century Art
Intellectual and Scientific Activity
The Styles of Seventeenth-Century European Art
Seventeenth-Century European Art
The Seventeenth-Century Artist in Europe
Points of contact "Seeing" the New World
Theme Relating to Nature
Seventeenth-Century Architecture in Japan
Caravaggio and His Influence
Baroque Genre Painting
Peter Paul Rubens
Bernini's Works for St. Peter's
The Dutch Baroque Group Portrait
Mughal Art of India: the Taj Mahal
Baroque Architecture: Francesco Borromini
Bernini, Ecstasy of Saint Teresa
Technique the Art of Drawing: Rembrandt
Technique Printmaking: Etching and Drypoint
Spanish Painting: Diego Velàzquez
Baroque Classicism: Nicolas Poussin
Rembrandt: Late Paintings
Dutch Still-Life Painting
The Palace at Versailles
Japanese Screens and Architecture
European Landscape Painting
Eighteenth-Century Art
Introduction to Eighteenth-Century Art
Intellectual and Scientific Activity
Eighteenth-Century Art
The Eighteenth-Century Artist
Points of contact Chinoiserie
Theme Representing Women
Eighteenth-Century Painting in Europe
Eighteenth-Century Art in Korea
Rococo Architecture and Sculpture
Eighteenth-Century Portraiture
Neoclassical Architecture
Neoclassical Painting and Sculpture
Nineteenth-Century Art
Introduction to Nineteenth-Century Art
The Industrial Revolution around the World
European Intellectual and Scientific Activities
Art past/art present Looking Beyond the Art: Romanticism
The Impact of French Painting on World Art
The Styles of Nineteenth-Century Art in the West
The Nineteenth-Century Artist
Points of contact British Architects in India
Theme the Artist as a Revolutionary
The Continuation of Neoclassicism
Francisco Goya
Romantic Landscape Painting
Japanese Woodblock Prints
Technique Japanese Woodblock Technique
Honorÿ Daumier and the Political Print
Technique Lithography
Romantic Revival Architecture
American Romantic Painting
Revolutionary Art vs. Academic Art
New Materials and Engineering in Architecture
Technique New Materials in Architecture
Late Nineteenth-Century Revival Architecture
Edouard Manet
Early Photography and Photographic Technique
Late Nineteenth-Century Sculpture
Technique Impressionism
Edgar Degas, Berthe Morisot, and Mary Cassatt
American Realism: Thomas Eakins and Henry Tanner
Auguste Rodin and Camille Claudel
Winslow Homer
Technique Watercolor and Gouache
Post-Impressionism: Gauguin and Seurat
Post-Impressionism: Vincent Van Gogh
Art past/art present the Value of Art: Van Gogh
Post-Impressionism: Paul Cÿzanne
The Beginnings of the Skyscraper
Edvard Munch
Art from 1900 to 1949
Introduction to Art from 1900 to 1949
Intellectual and Scientific Activity
Art from 1900 to 1949
The Artist
Theme the Home and the Palace
African Art and Ritual
Cubism and its Influence
Technique Collage and Assemblage
Native American Art
Art past/art present Women in Pueblo Society
Frank Lloyd Wright, Robie House
Technique the Cantilever
Native American Ceremonial Art from the Northwest Coast
Abstraction in Sculpture
Malevich and the Russian Avant-Garde
German Expressionism: Die Brücke and Der Blaue Reiter
De Stijl and the Bauhaus
Diego Rivera and Mexican Mural Painting
Modernism in American Painting
Pablo Picasso, Guernica
Sculpture of the 1930s and 1940s
International Style Architecture
Art from 1950 to 1999
The 1950s
The 1960s
The 1970s
The 1980s
The 1990s
Art in the New Millennium
Art in the New Millennium
World Map
Picture Credits
Text Credits
Prehistoric Europe and Africa
The Ancient Near East
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Greece
Ancient Asia
Ancient Italy
The Near East
Medieval Europe
14th-century Europe
15th-century Europe
16th-century Europe
17th-century Europe
18th-century Europe
19th-century Europe
19th-century United States and Canada
20th-century Europe
20th-century United States
Sub-Saharan West Africa
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