9780534613716

Fleming's Arts and Ideas (with CD-ROM and InfoTrac)

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  • ISBN13:

    9780534613716

  • ISBN10:

    0534613713

  • Edition: 10th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 7/9/2004
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning

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Summary

Introduction. 1. Onward into the Past. Part 1: THE ANCIENT WORLD. 2. Athens in the Fifth Century B.C.E. 3. Hellenistic Style. 4. Roman Style. Part 2: EARLY CHRISTIAN, BYZANTINE, AND MEDIEVAL STYLES. 5. Early Christian, Byzantine, and Islamic Styles. 6. Romanesque Style. 7. Gothic Style. 8. International Styles in the Late Medieval Period. Part 3: RENAISSANCE AND REFORMATION. 9. Florentine Renaissance Style. 10. Roman Renaissance Style. 11. Northern Renaissance and Reformation Style. 12. The Venetian Renaissance and the Rise of International Mannerism. Part 4: COUNTER-REFORMATION, BAROQUE, AND THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY STYLES. 13. Counter-Reformation to Baroque. 14. Aristocracy Baroque Style in France and England. 15. Bourgeois Baroque Style. 16. The Enlightenment. Part 5: THE REVOLUTIONARY PERIOD. 17. Neoclassicism: Style and Reaction. 18. Romantic Style. 19. Realism, Impressionism, Post-impressionism, and Symbolism. 20. Twentieth-Century Modernism, Part I: Art Prior to World War I. 21. Twentieth-Century Modernism, Part II: Art Between the World Wars. 22. Mid-Twentieth-Century Styles. 23. Into a New Millennium.

Table of Contents

Renaissance and Reformation
Florentine Renaissance Style
Roman Renaissance Style
Northern Renaissance and Reformation Style
The Venetian Renaissance and the Rise of International Mannerism
Counter-Reformation, Baroque, and the Seventeenth Century Sty1les
Counter-Reformation to Baroque
Aristocracy Baroque Style in France and England
Bourgeois Baroque Style
The Enlightenment
The Revolutionary Period
Neoclassicism: Style and Reaction
Romantic Style
Realism, Impressionism, Post-impressionism, and Symbolism
Twentieth-Century Modernism
Art Prior to World War I
Twentieth-Century Modernism
Art Between the World Wars
Mid-Twentieth-Century Styles
Into a New Millennium
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