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Art History Portable Editionby Marilyn Stokstad offers exactly the same content asArt History, Third Editionbut in smaller individual booklets for maximum student portability. The combined six segment set consists of four booklets that correspond to major periods in Western art and two that cover global art. Each book is available individually, making them ideal for courses focused on individual periods. Book 3: Art History: A View of the World-Part I can be used for such courses as: Islamic Art Art of South and Southeast Asia before 1200 Chinese and Korean Art before 1279 Japanese Art before 1392 Art of the Americas before 1300 Art of Ancient Africa Book 1: Art History: Ancient Art Book 2: Art History: Medieval Art Book 3: Art History: A View of the World, Part One: Asian, African, and Islamic Art and Art of the Americas Book 4: Art History: Fourteenth to Seventeenth Century Art Book 5: Art History: A View of the World, Part Two: Asian, African, and Oceanic Art and Art of the Americas Book 6: Art History: Eighteenth to Twenty-First Century
Table of Contents
|Islamic Art||p. 282|
|Islam and Early Islamic Society||p. 284|
|Art During the Early Caliphates||p. 285|
|Ceramics and Textiles||p. 294|
|Later Islamic Art||p. 294|
|Portable Arts||p. 300|
|Manuscripts and Painting||p. 303|
|The Ottoman Empire||p. 305|
|Illuminated Manuscripts andTugras||p. 306|
|The Modern Era||p. 307|
|In Perspective||p. 308|
|Boxes the Object Speaksa Mamluk Glass Oil Lamp||p. 296|
|Elements of Architecture Mosque Plan||p. 289|
|Arches and Muqarnas||p. 292|
|Technique Carpet Making||p. 303|
|Art and Its Context The Five Pillars of Islam||p. 299|
|Art of South and Southeast Asia Before 1200||p. 310|
|The Indian Subcontinent||p. 312|
|Indusvalley Civilization||p. 312|
|The Vedic Period||p. 315|
|The Maurya Period||p. 316|
|The Period of the Shungas and Early Andhras||p. 319|
|Buddhist Rock-Cut Halls||p. 321|
|The Kushan and Later Andhra Periods||p. 322|
|The Gandhara School||p. 323|
|The Mathura School||p. 323|
|The Amaravati School||p. 32|
|The Gupta Period||p. 325|
|Buddhist Sculpture||p. 326|
|The Post-Gupta Period||p. 327|
|The Early Northern Temple||p. 327|
|Monumental Narrative Reliefs||p. 329|
|The Early Southern Temple||p. 333|
|The Tenth Through the Fourteenth Centuries||p. 333|
|The Monumental Northern Temple||p. 333|
|The Monumental Southern Temple||p. 335|
|The Bhakti Movement in Art||p. 336|
|Art of Southeast Asia||p. 336|
|In Perspective||p. 340|
|Boxes the Object Speaksshiva Nataraja of the Chola Dynasty||p. 331|
|Elements of Architecture Stupas and Temples||p. 320|
|Art and Its Context Meaning and Ritual in Hindu Temples and Images||p. 328|
|Myths and Religion Buddhism||p. 317|
|Chinese and Korean Art Before 1279||p. 342|
|The Middle Kingdom||p. 344|
|Neolithic Cultures||p. 344|
|Painted Pottery Cultures||p. 344|
|Liangzhu Culture||p. 345|
|Bronze Age China||p. 346|
|Shang Dynasty||p. 346|
|Zhou Dynasty||p. 348|
|The Chinese Empire: Qin Dynasty||p. 349|
|Han Dynasty||p. 349|
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