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Art Historypresents a broad view of art from prehistory through the Gothic Age, it sympathetically and positively introduces the works of all artists. This includes women, artists of color, and the arts of other continents and regions, as well as those of Western Europe and the United States. Broad in scope and depth, this beautifully illustrated work features art from the following time periods and places: Renaissance art; Baroque art; the rise of modern art; and the international Avant-Garde since 1945. Marilyn Stokstad has been introducing the history of art to students and to the public for more than forty years, nurturing an educated, enthusiastic audience for the arts. She firmly believes that everyone can and should enjoy their introduction to art history. Only then will they learn to appreciate art as the most tangible creation of the human imagination.
Table of Contents
|Fourteenth-Century Art in Europe|
|Fifteenth-Century Art in Northern Europe and the Iberian Peninsula|
|Renaissance Art in Fifteenth Century Italy|
|Sixteenth-Century Art in Italy|
|Sixteenth-Century Art in Northern Europe and the Iberian Peninsula|
|Eighteenth-Century Art in Europe and the Americas|
|Nineteenth-Century Art in Europe and the United States|
|Modern Art in Europe and the Americas, 1900-1945|
|The International Scene Since 1945|
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