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ISBN-10: 0205968112

ISBN-13: 9780205968114

Edition: 11th 2013

Authors: Duane Emeritus Preble, Sarah Preble, Patrick L. Frank

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We form art. Art forms usThe title of this book has a dual meaning. As humans form works of art, we are in turn formed by what we create. The art world constantly evolves, as today's artists interpret, challenge, and ultimately create the world around them. The 11th edition of Prebles' Artforms reflects this dynamic environment; it is one of the most exhaustive revisions in the book's history. Three recent trends drive this edition: changing pedagogical needs, new scholarly research, and recent creativity by artists around the world.MyArtsLab is an integral part of the Artforms program. Engaging activities and assessment provide a teaching and learning system that helps students experience and interact with art. Key learning tools include ART 21 videos, Studio Technique videos, and our hallmark Closer Look tours of works of art.NOTE:MyArtsLab does not come automatically packaged with this text. To purchase the text with MyArtsLab, order the package ISBN:0205989330/ 9780205989331 Prebles' Artforms Plus NEW MyArtsLab with Pearson eText -- Access Card PackagePackage consists of:0205206565 / 9780205206568 MyArtsLab with Pearson eText -- Valuepack Access Card0205968112 / 9780205968112 Prebles' Artforms
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Book details

List price: $178.67
Edition: 11th
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Pearson College Div
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 536
Size: 8.75" wide x 10.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 3.586
Language: English

The Language Of Visual Experience
The Nature of Art and Creativity
The Purposes and Functions of Art
The Visual Elements
The Media Of Art
The Principles of Design
Evaluating Art
Drawing
Painting
Printmaking
Photography
Moving Images: Film and Digital Arts
Design Disciplines
Sculpture
Craft Media: Flirting with Function
Architecture
Art As Cultural Heritage
From The Earliest Art to the Bronze Age
The Classical and Medieval West
Renaissance and Baroque Europe
Traditional Arts of Asia
The Islamic World
Africa, Oceania, and the Americas
The Modern World
Late Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Early Twentieth Century
Between World Wars
Postwar Modern Movements
The Postmodern World
Postmodernity and Global Art
The Language Of Visual Experience
The Nature of Art and Creativity
What is Art?
What is Creativity?
Art and Reality
Looking and Seeing
Form and Content
The Purposes and Functions of Art
Art for Delight
Art as Commentary
Art in Worship and Ritual
Art for Commemoration
Art for Persuasion
Art as Self-Expression
The Visual Elements
Line
Shape
Mass
Space
Time and Motion
Light53
Color
Texture
The Media Of Art
The Principles of Design
Unity and Variety
Balance
Emphasis and Subordination
Directional Forces
Contrast
Repetition and Rhythm
Scale and Proportion
Design Summary
Evaluating Art
Evaluation
Art Criticism
What Makes Art Great?
Evaluating Art with Words
Censorship: The Ultimate Evaluation
Drawing
The Drawing Process
Purposes of Drawing
Tools and Techniques
Comics and Graphic Novels
Contemporary Approaches
Painting
Ingredients and Surfaces
Watercolor
Fresco
Encaustic
Tempera
Oil
Acrylic
Contemporary Approaches
Printmaking
Purposes of Printmaking
Relief
Intaglio
Lithography
Stencil and Screenprinting
Contemporary Approaches
Photography
The Evolution and Photography
Photography as an Art Form
Photography and Social Change
Color Photography
Pushing the Limits
The Digital Revolution
Moving Images: Film and Digital Arts
Film: The Moving Image
Television and Video
Digital Art Forms
Design Disciplines
Graphic Design
Motion Graphics
Interactive Design
Product Design
Sculpture
Freestanding and Relief Sculpture
Methods and Materials
Kinetic Sculpture
Mixed Media
Installations and Site-Specific Art
Craft Media: Flirting with Function
Clay
Class
Metal
Wood
Fiber
Architecture
An Art and A Science
Traditional Methods and Materials
Modern Materials and Methods
Designing with Nature
Contemporary Approaches
Art As Cultural Heritage
From The Earliest Art to the Bronze Age
The Paleolithic Period
The Neolithic Period
The Beginnings of Civilization Mesopotamia
Egypt
The Classical and Medieval West
Greece
Rome
Early Christian and Byzantine Art
The Middle Ages in Europe
Baroque
Renaissance and Baroque Europe
The Renaissance
Rococo
Traditional Arts of Asia
India
Southeast Asia
China
Japan
The Islamic World
Arab Lands
Spain
Persia
India: The Mughal Empire
Africa, Oceania, and the Americas
Africa Oceania and Australia
Native North America
Pre-Conquest Central and South America
The Modern World
Late Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Neoclassicism
Romanticism
Photography
Realism
Impressionism
The Post-Impressionist Period
Early Twentieth Century
The Fauves and Expressionism
Cubism
Towards Abstract Sculpture
The Modern Spirit in America
Futurism and the Celebration of Motion
Between World Wars
Dada
Surrealism
Expanding on Cubism
Building a New Society
Political Expressions
Latin American Modernism
American Regionalism
African-American Modernists
Organic Abstraction
Postwar Modern Movements
The New York School
Architecture at Mid-Century
Assemblage
Events and Happenings
Pop Art
Minimal Art
Conceptual Art
Site-Specific Works and Earthwords
Installations and Environments
Early Feminism
Performance Art
The Postmodern World
Postmodernity and Global Art
Postmodern Architecture
Painting
Photography
Sculture
Public Art
Issue-Oriented Art
Street Art
The Global Present