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Art Past, Art Present

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Edition:
4th
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9780130889775

ISBN10:
0130889776
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Pub. Date:
7/1/2000
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Prentice Hall
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Summary

For one-semester Art History and Art Appreciation courses. Authoritative and substantiveyet accessiblethis text looks at the historical and cultural contexts of art works and architecture around the world from prehistoric times to the 20th centurywith detailed and informative analyses of art, artists, patrons, and techniques. A unique chronological presentation in compact topical units offers an exceptionally easy-to-use formatwith general period/style introductions followed by self-contained sections on a selected number of specific representative pieces. The global focus emphasizes the diversity and commonality of human experience.

Table of Contents

Getting Started xii
Experiencing Art
1(22)
Experiencing Art
2(2)
How To Experience Art
3(1)
Viewing Art
4(4)
Understanding Style
4(1)
Analyzing Two Works
5(1)
Comparing Works of Art
6(1)
Viewing Baroque Sculpture
6(2)
Analyzing Art
8(10)
Analyzing Architecture
8(3)
Analyzing Sculpture
11(1)
Analyzing Ritual Art
12(2)
Analyzing Installation Art
14(1)
Analyzing Painting
14(4)
Art and Artists in History
18(5)
Artists in Ancient Greece and Rome
19(1)
Artists in the Middle Ages
19(1)
Artists in the Renaissance and Beyond
19(1)
Artists in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
20(1)
Artists in China
20(1)
Artists in Africa
21(1)
Artists in India
21(2)
Prehistoric Art
23(12)
Prehistoric Art
24(11)
The Paleolithic Period
24(1)
The Discovery of Paleolithic Painting
25(1)
Paleolithic Art
25(1)
The Neolithic Period
26(1)
Neolithic Art and Architecture
27(4)
Prehistoric Art and the Prehistoric Artist
31(1)
Theme: Ritual and Art
32(3)
Ancient Art
35(96)
Ancient Art
36(6)
History
37(1)
Art of Ancient Societies
38(1)
The Ancient Artist
38(1)
Art Past/Art Present: The Concept of the Classical
39(1)
Theme: The Presence of the Artist
40(2)
Sumerian Art
42(2)
Ancient Egyptian Art
44(4)
History
45(1)
Religion
46(1)
Art of Ancient Egypt
46(1)
The Egyptian Artist
47(1)
Ancient Egyptian Art: The Palette of Narmer
48(2)
Technique: Relief Sculpture
49(1)
The Egyptian Pyramids
50(2)
The Egyptian Temple
52(4)
Technique: Post-and-Lintel Construction
54(1)
Technique: How to Read Architectural Diagrams
55(1)
Egyptian Tomb Paintings and Painted Reliefs
56(2)
Technique: Figure-Ground Relationships
57(1)
The Indus Valley Civilization
58(2)
Aegean Art: Minoan and Mycenaean
60(4)
Ancient China: The Shang Dynasty
64(2)
Technique: Chinese Piece-Mold Bronze Casting
65(1)
Assyrian and Early Persian Art
66(2)
Etruscan Art
68(2)
Ancient Greek Art
70(4)
History
70(2)
Intellectual and Scientific Activities
72(1)
Religion
73(1)
Greek Art
73(1)
The Greek Artist
73(1)
Greek Vase Painting
74(2)
Greek Sculpture: Archaic Style and Severe Style
76(4)
Art Past/Art Present: The Impact of the Ancient Greek Orders
77(1)
Technique: The Classical Orders
78(2)
Greek Doric Architecture
80(2)
Technique: Greek Temple Construction
81(1)
Greek Sculpture: Severe Style
82(2)
Technique: Greek Lost-Wax Bronze Casting
83(1)
Greek Classical-Style Sculpture
84(2)
Technique: Contrapposto in Sculpture
85(1)
Greek Architecture: The Parthenon, Athens
86(2)
Greek Sculpture: The Parthenon
88(2)
Greek Sculpture and Painting: Fourth Century BCE
90(2)
Hellenistic Art
92(4)
History
92(1)
Art of the Hellenistic Period
93(1)
Hellenistic Painting
93(1)
Hellenistic Sculpture in Pergamon
93(3)
Early Buddhist Art
96(4)
The Art of the Roman Republic
100(4)
History
101(1)
Republican Architectural Developments
102(1)
The Roman House and Villa
103(1)
The Art of the Roman Empire
104(8)
History
104(1)
The City of Rome
105(1)
Roman Imperial Art
106(2)
Technology, Organization, and Engineering
108(1)
Roman Religion and the Mystery Religions
109(1)
The End of Rome's Empire
109(1)
Late Roman Sculpture
109(1)
The Roman Artist
110(2)
Roman Frescoes and Illusionism
112(4)
Technique: Roman Fresco
114(1)
Technique: Illusionism
115(1)
Roman Architecture: The Flavian Amphitheater
116(6)
Technique: Roman Engineering: The Arch, The Vault, and Concrete
118(4)
Roman Architecture: The Pantheon, Rome
122(2)
Roman Public Architecture
124(2)
Mesoamerican Art: Teotihuacan
126(5)
Art From 200 to 1400
131(96)
Art from 200 to 1400
132(8)
Art Past/art Present: Naming the Middle Ages
132(2)
History
134(1)
Art and the Christian Church
135(1)
The Scroll and Book
136(1)
The Artist
137(1)
Theme: Religious Architecture
138(2)
Jewish Art: The Synagogue at Dura Europos
140(2)
Early Christian Art
142(4)
History
142(1)
Art
143(1)
Technique: Christianity and Symbolism
144(2)
Early Christian Architecture
146(2)
The Shinto Shrine at Ise, Japan
148(2)
Byzantine Art
150(4)
History
150(1)
Art
151(1)
The Icon and Iconoclasm
151(2)
The Byzantine Artist
153(1)
Byzantine Architecture: Hagia Sophia
154(2)
Byzantine Art: San Vitale, Ravenna
156(4)
Technique: Mosaic
159(1)
Anglo-Saxon Metalwork
160(2)
Hiberno-Saxon Manuscript Illumination
162(2)
The Chinese Imperial City of Chang'An
164(4)
Buddhist Art at Horyuji
168(1)
The Spread of Buddhism to Japan
169(3)
Technique: Tou-Kung Bracketing
169(3)
Hindu Art at Ellora
172(2)
Islamic Art at Cordoba
174(4)
Carolingian Art
178(2)
The Monastery in the West
180(2)
Buddhist Art in Indonesia
182(2)
Chinese Art: Landscape Painting
184(4)
Art Past/Art Present: Chinese Aesthetic Theory
187(1)
Ottonian Art
188(2)
Romanesque Art
190(4)
History
191(1)
Art and the Pilgrim
191(1)
Manuscript Illumination
191(1)
The Bayeux Tapestry
191(2)
The Romanesque Artist
193(1)
Romanesque Architecture at Conques
194(2)
Romanesque Sculpture
196(2)
Later Byzantine Art
198(2)
Angkor Wat: Cult of the God-King
200(2)
The Japanese Narrative Scroll
202(2)
Gothic Art
204(4)
Abbot Suger
205(1)
History
205(1)
Art
205(2)
The Franciscans
207(1)
The Gothic Artist
207(1)
The Gothic Cathedral: Chartres
208(6)
Technique: Proportions of Gothic Cathedrals, 1160--1230
210(2)
Technique: Gothic Engineering
212(1)
Technique: Regional Styles of Gothic Architecture
213(1)
Gothic Sculpture
214(4)
Technique: Gothic Stained Glass
216(2)
Early Italian Painting
218(2)
Giotto, The Arena Chapel Frescoes
220(4)
Technique: Tempera and Fresco
222(2)
The Royal Art of African Kingdoms
224(3)
Fifteen-Century Art
227(52)
Fifteenth-Century Art
228(10)
Fifteenth-Century Developments
229(2)
The Idea of a Renaissance
231(1)
Naming the Styles
231(1)
History
231(1)
Italian Renaissance Humanism
232(1)
Italian Renaissance Art Theory
233(1)
The Union of the Classical and the Natural
233(1)
European Intellectual Activity
234(1)
Changing Patterns of Patronage in Europe
234(1)
The Fifteenth-Century Artist in Europe
235(1)
Theme: Portraiture Exalting the Individual
236(2)
Early Renaissance Sculpture in Florence
238(2)
Flemish Painting: The Limbourg Brothers
240(2)
Flemish Painting: Robert Campin
242(2)
Italian Renaissance Painting: Masaccio
244(6)
Technique: Fresco, Oil, and Tempera
247(1)
Technique: Scientific Perspective
248(2)
Flemish Painting: Hubert and Jan Van Eyck
250(2)
Italian Renaissance Sculpture: Lorenzo Ghiberti
252(4)
Technique: Wood Carving
254(2)
Flemish Painting: Jan Van Eyck
256(4)
Technique: The Development of Oil Painting in Flanders
258(2)
Italian Renaissance Architecture: Brunelleschi
260(2)
The Italian Renaissance Palace
262(2)
The Beginnings of Portraiture in Europe
264(2)
Italian Renaissance Painting: Andrea Mantegna
266(4)
Technique: Foreshortening
267(1)
Technique: Italian Renaissance Drawing
268(2)
Italian Renaissance Painting: Sandro Botticelli
270(2)
Italian Renaissance Painting: Leonardo Da Vinci
272(2)
Italian Renaissance Painting: Leonardo's The Last Supper
274(2)
Art Past/Art Present: Leonardo's Last Supper Restored
275(1)
Italian Renaissance Sculpture: Michelangelo's St. Peter's Pieta
276(3)
Sixteenth-Century Art
279(54)
Sixteenth-Century Art
280(10)
History
281(2)
Intellectual and Scientific Developments in Europe
283(1)
The Protestant Reformation
283(1)
The Counter-Reformation
284(1)
European Sixteenth-Century Art
285(1)
The Sixteenth-Century Artist in Europe
286(2)
Theme: The Nude/The Body
288(2)
Italian Renaissance Sculpture: Michelangelo
290(2)
Technique: Stone Sculpture
291(1)
Italian High Renaissance Portraiture
292(2)
Art Past/Art Present: Fame, Time, and the Mona Lisa
293(1)
German Printmaking: Albrecht Durer
294(4)
Technique: Printmaking: Engraving and Woodcut
296(2)
New St. Peter's, Rome
298(2)
Michelangelo, Sistine Chapel Ceiling
300(4)
Art Past/Art Present: Vasari and Modern Scholarship
303(1)
Raphael, Stanza Della Segnatura
304(2)
High Renaissance Painting in Venice
306(2)
Hieronymus Bosch, ``Garden of Earthly Delights'' Triptych
308(2)
German Painting: Matthias Grunewald, Isenheim Altarpiece
310(2)
Titian's Altarpieces
312(4)
Technique: Venetian Painting
314(2)
Later Michelangelo and the Development of Mannerism
316(2)
Mannerism
318(2)
Early Landscape Painting
320(2)
Sixteenth-Century Painting
322(2)
Islamic Art of the Ottomans
324(2)
Late-Sixteenth-Century Architecture
326(2)
Veronese and the Impact of the Counter-Reformation
328(2)
The Art of Zen Buddhism in Japan
330(3)
Seventeenth-Century Art
333(46)
Seventeenth-Century Art
334(10)
History
335(2)
Intellectual and Scientific Activity in Europe
337(1)
The Styles of Seventeenth-Century European Art
337(2)
Seventeenth-Century European Art
339(1)
The Seventeenth-Century Artist
340(2)
Theme: Relating to Nature
342(2)
Caravaggio and His Influence
344(4)
Barogue Genre Painting
348(2)
Peter Paul Rubens
350(2)
Bernini's Works for St. Peter's
352(2)
The Dutch Baroque Group Portrait
354(2)
Baroque Architecture: Francesco Borromini
356(2)
Bernini Ecstasy of Saint Teresa
358(4)
Technique: The Art of Drawing: Rembrandt
360(2)
Rembrandt: Late Paintings
362(4)
Technique: Printmaking Etching and Drypoint
364(2)
Spanish Painting: Diego Velazquez
366(2)
Baroque Classicism: Nicolas Poussin
368(2)
Dutch Still-Life Painting
370(2)
The Palace at Versailles
372(2)
Japanese Art
374(2)
Landscape Painting
376(3)
Eighteenth-Century Art
379(20)
Eighteenth-Century Art
380(8)
History
381(1)
Intellectual and Scientific Activity in Europe
382(1)
Eighteenth-Century Art in Europe
383(1)
The Eighteenth-Century Artist in Europe
384(2)
Theme: Representing Women
386(2)
Eighteenth-Century Painting in Europe
388(2)
Rococo Architecture and Sculpture
390(2)
Eighteenth-Century Portraiture
392(2)
Thomas Jefferson and Neoclassical Architecture in the United States
394(2)
Neoclassical Painting
396(3)
Nineteenth-Century Art
399(72)
Nineteenth-Century Art
400(14)
History
401(2)
The Industrial Revolution
403(1)
European Intellectual and Scientific Activities
404(1)
Art
405(2)
The Primacy of France in World Art
407(1)
The Styles of Nineteenth-Century Art in the West
408(1)
The Nineteenth-Century Artist
409(2)
Art Past/Art Present: Looking Beyond the Art: Romanticism
411(1)
Theme: The Artist as a Revolutionary
412(2)
The Continuation of Neoclassicism
414(2)
Francisco Goya
416(2)
Romanticism
418(2)
Romantic Landscape Painting
420(2)
Japanese Woodblock Prints
422(2)
Honore Daumier and the Political Print
424(2)
Technique: Lithography
425(1)
Romantic Revival Architecture
426(2)
American Romantic Painting
428(2)
French Realism: Gustave Courbet
430(2)
Academic Art
432(2)
New Materials and Engineering in Architecture
434(4)
Technique: New Materials in Architecture
437(1)
Late-Nineteenth-Century Revival Architecture
438(2)
Edouard Manet
440(2)
Early Photography and Photographic Technique
442(2)
Late-Nineteenth-Century Sculpture
444(2)
Impressionism
446(4)
Technique: Impressionism
449(1)
Edgar Degas, Berthe Morisot, and Mary Cassatt
450(2)
American Realism: Thomas Eakins and Henry Tanner
452(2)
Auguste Rodin
454(2)
Winslow Homer
456(2)
Technique: Watercolor and Gouache
457(1)
Post-Impressionism: Gauguin and Seurat
458(2)
Post-Impressionism: Van Gogh
460(4)
Art Past/Art Present: The Value of Art: Van Gogh
463(1)
Post-Impressionism: Cezanne
464(2)
The Beginnings of the Skyscraper
466(2)
Edvard Munch
468(3)
Twentieth-Century Art
471(127)
Twentieth-Century Art
472(18)
History
473(3)
Intellectual and Scientific Activity
476(1)
Art of the Twentieth Century
477(8)
The Twentieth-Century Artist
485(3)
Theme: The Home and the Palace
488(2)
Fauvism
490(2)
African Art and Ritual
492(2)
Native American Art
494(4)
Art Past/Art Present: Women in Pueblo Society
497(1)
Photography
498(2)
The Origins of Cubism
500(2)
Frank Lloyd Wright, Robie House
502(2)
Technique: The Cantilever
503(1)
Analytical Cubism
504(2)
Synthetic Cubism
506(2)
Technique: Collage and Assemblage
507(1)
The Influence of Cubism
508(2)
Abstraction in Sculpture
510(2)
Malevich and the Russian Avant-Garde
512(2)
German Expressionism: Die Brucke
514(2)
German Expressionism: Der Blaue Reiter
516(2)
Fantasy
518(2)
Dada
520(4)
De Stijl and the Bauhaus
524(4)
Diego Rivera and Mexican Mural Painting
528(2)
Surrealism
530(4)
Modernism in American Painting
534(4)
Pablo Picasso, Guernica
538(2)
Sculpture of the 1930s and 1940s
540(4)
International Style Architecture
544(2)
Abstract Expressionism and Post-Painterly Abstraction
546(4)
Le Corbusier
550(2)
Film in Japan
552(2)
The Return to the Object: Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg
554(2)
Hard-Edge and Op Art
556(2)
Pop Art
558(2)
Photography Since 1945
560(2)
Conceptual, Performance, Installation, and Video Art
562(2)
The Development of Minimal Art
564(2)
Earth and Land Art
566(2)
The New Realism
568(2)
Postmodernism
570(2)
Architecture Since 1970
572(4)
Pattern and Decoration
576(2)
Neo-Expressionism
578(2)
Japanese Architecture
580(2)
Appropriation
582(2)
Avant-Garde Chinese Art
584(2)
Recent Developments
586(12)
Glossary 598(8)
Bibliography 606(3)
Index 609(12)
List of Credits 621


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