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History of Art for Young People

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ISBN13:

9780810905115

ISBN10:
0810905116
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/1/2003
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall

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Summary

H. W. Janson was a Professor of Fine Arts at New York University.

Table of Contents

Preface and Acknowledgments 11(1)
A Primer of Art History 12(5)
Introduction 17(1)
Art and the Artist
17(5)
Imagination
17(1)
Creativity
18(2)
Originality and Tradition
20(1)
Meaning and Style
21(1)
Self-Expression and Audience
21(1)
Tastes
22(1)
Looking at Art
22(12)
The Visual Elements
22(9)
Meaning
31(3)
Part One THE ANCIENT WORLD 34(112)
Map the Ancient World
38(2)
Prehistoric Art in Europe and North America
40(7)
The Old Stone Age
41(2)
Cave Art
41(1)
Portable Objects
42(1)
The New Stone Age
43
Neolithic Europe
43(2)
Neolithic North America
45
Table Major Events in Prehistory
42(5)
Egyptian Art
47(17)
The Old Kingdom
48(10)
Dynasties
48(1)
Tombs and Religion
48(1)
Sculpture
48(5)
Architecture
53(5)
The Middle Kingdom
58(1)
Tomb Decorations
58(1)
The New Kingdom
58
Hatshepsut
59(1)
Akhenaten
59(2)
Tutankhamun
61(1)
Ramesses II
61
Table Major Periods in Ancient Egypt
48(16)
Ancient Near Eastern Art
64(12)
Sumerian Art
65(8)
Architecture
65(2)
Sculpture
67(2)
Ur
69(1)
Babylon
70(1)
Assyria
71(1)
The Neo-Babylonians
72(1)
Persian Art
73
Animal Style
73(1)
The Achaemenids
74
Table Major Civilizations in the Ancient Near East
67(9)
Aegean Art
76(8)
Cycladic Art
77(1)
Minoan Art
78(4)
Architecture
79(1)
Sculpture
80(1)
Painting
80(2)
Mycenaean Art
82
Table Major Civilizations in the Aegean
78(6)
Greek Art
84(34)
Painting
85(9)
Geometric Style
85(2)
Orientalizing Style
87(3)
Archaic Style
90(2)
Classical Style
92(2)
Temples
94(7)
Orders
94(1)
Temple Plans
95(1)
Doric Order
95(5)
Ionic Order
100(1)
Sculpture
101
Archaic Style
102(3)
Classical Style
105(8)
Fourth-Century Sculpture
113(2)
Hellenistic Style
115
Box the Greek Gods and Goddesses
89(5)
Box the Hero in Greek Legend
94(16)
Box Music, Poetry, and Theater in Ancient Greece
110
Table Major Periods of Greek Art
87(31)
Etruscan Art
118(7)
Tombs and Their Decoration
119(6)
Early Funerary Beliefs
119(1)
Later Funerary Beliefs
120(2)
Temples
122(1)
Sculpture
122(2)
The Architecture of Cities
124(1)
Roman Art
125(21)
Architecture
126(6)
Sculpture
132(7)
Portraits
132(4)
Reliefs
136(3)
Painting
139
Roman Illusionism
139(3)
Greek Sources
142(1)
Portraits
143
Table Rome's Republic and Empires
132(1)
Table Major Roman Emperors
132(12)
Time Line 1 (4000 s.c.-300 A.D.)
144(2)
Part Two THE MIDDLE AGES 146(118)
Map the Middle Ages
150(2)
Early Christian and Byzantine Art
152(28)
Early Christian Art
153(12)
Catacombs
153(3)
Architecture
156(2)
Mosaics
158(1)
Roll, Book, and Illustration
159(3)
Sculpture
162(3)
Byzantine Art
165
Early Byzantine Art
165(9)
Middle Byzantine Art
174(2)
Late Byzantine Painting
176
Box Biblical, Church, and Celestial Beings
155(5)
Box Versions of the Bible
160(2)
Box Covenants Old and New
162(2)
Box the Life of Jesus
164(7)
Box the Liturgy of the Mass
171
Table Major Dates in the Early Christian and Byzantine Periods
158(22)
Early Medieval Art
180(16)
Celtic-Germanic Style
181(1)
Hiberno-Saxon Style
182(3)
Manuscripts and Book Covers
183(2)
Carolingian Art
185(5)
Architecture
185(2)
Manuscripts and Book Covers
187(3)
Ottonian Art
190
Sculpture
190(1)
Architecture
191(2)
Metalwork
193(1)
Manuscripts
194
Box What Is an Architect and Who Is a Master?
187(9)
Romanesque Art
196(19)
Architecture
198(8)
Southwestern France
198(2)
Burgundy and Western France
200(2)
Normandy and England
202(2)
Italy
204(2)
Sculpture
206(4)
Southwestern France
206(2)
Burgundy
208(1)
The Meuse Valley
209(1)
Italy
209(1)
Painting and Metalwork
210
The Channel Region
210(3)
Southwestern France
213(1)
The Meuse Valley
214
Box Monasticism and Christian Monastic Orders
200(12)
Box Hildegard of Bingen
212(3)
Gothic Art
215(49)
Architecture
216(15)
France
216(9)
England
225(2)
Germany
227(1)
Italy
227(4)
Sculpture
231(12)
France
231(6)
Germany
237(2)
International Style Sculpture in the North
239(1)
Italy
240(2)
International Style Sculpture in the South
242(1)
Painting
243
France
243(2)
Italy
245(10)
Painting North of the Alps
255(2)
International Style Painting
257
Box Dionysian Theology and the Abbey of St-Denis
218(44)
Time Line 2 (400-1400)
262(2)
Part Three THE RENAISSANCE THROUGH THE ROCOCO 264(188)
Map the Renaissance through the Rococo
268(2)
The Early Renaissance in Italy
270(29)
Sculpture
272(7)
Architecture
279(5)
Painting
284
Box Scientific Perspective
276(23)
The High Renaissance in Italy
299(24)
Leonardo da Vinci
300(4)
Bramante
304(2)
Michelangelo
306(8)
Raphael
314(5)
Giorgione
319(1)
Titian
319(4)
The Late Renaissance in Italy
323(23)
Painting
326(14)
Mannerism in Florence and Rome
326(7)
North Italian Realism
333(2)
Venice
335(5)
Sculpture
340(2)
Mannerism
340(2)
Architecture
342(4)
Mannerism
342(1)
Classicism
343(1)
Religious Architecture
344(2)
``Late Gothic'' Painting, Sculpture, and Graphic Arts
346(19)
Netherlandish Painting
347(10)
Swiss and French Painting
357(2)
``Late Gothic'' Sculpture
359(2)
The Graphic Arts
361(4)
Printing
361(1)
Engraving
361(4)
The Renaissance in the North
365(17)
Germany
366(9)
The Netherlands
375(5)
France
380(2)
The Baroque in Italy and Spain
382(21)
Painting in Italy
384(9)
Architecture in Italy
393(3)
Sculpture in Italy
396(4)
Painting in Spain
400(3)
The Baroque in Flanders and Holland
403(17)
Flanders
404(5)
Holland
409(11)
Landscape, Still-Life, and Genre Painters
415(5)
The Baroque in France and England
420(14)
Painting in France
421(4)
The Royal Academy
425(1)
Architecture in France
425(6)
Sculpture in France
431(1)
England
432(2)
The Rococo
434(18)
France
435(6)
The Decorative Arts
435(1)
Sculpture
436(1)
Painting
437(4)
England
441(3)
Germany and Austria
444(3)
Italy
447(3)
Time Line 3 (1400-1750)
450(2)
Part Four THE MODERN WORLD 452(226)
Map the Modern World
456(2)
Neoclassicism
458(17)
The Enlightenment
459(1)
Painting
459(7)
France
459(3)
England
462(4)
Sculpture
466(2)
Architecture
468(1)
England
468(1)
France
469(3)
Neoclassicism and the Antique
472
Box Neoclassical Music
468(7)
Romanticism
475(36)
Painting
476(22)
Spain
476(3)
France
479(12)
England
491(4)
Germany
495(1)
United States
496(2)
Sculpture
498(4)
Italy
498(1)
France
499(3)
Architecture
502(4)
The Classical Revival
502(1)
The Gothic Revival
503(2)
Neo-Renaissance and Neo-Baroque Architecture
505(1)
Photography
506(5)
The Founders of Photography
507(1)
Portraiture
508(1)
The Restless Spirit and Stereophotography
509(1)
Photojournalism
509(2)
Realism and Impressionism
511(27)
Painting
512(17)
France
512(12)
England
524(1)
United States
525(4)
Sculpture
529(3)
Architecture
532(2)
Box the Materials of Modern Architecture
534(4)
Post-Impressionism, Symbolism, and Art Nouveau
538(23)
Painting
539(13)
Post-Impressionism
539(7)
Symbolism
546(6)
Sculpture
552(2)
Architecture
554(2)
Art Nouveau
554(2)
The United States
556(1)
Photography
556(5)
Documentary Photography
556(1)
Pictorialism
557(1)
Photo-Secession
558(2)
Motion Photography
560(1)
Twentieth-Century Painting
561(46)
Painting before World War I
562(16)
The Fauves
562(3)
German Expressionism
565(4)
Abstraction
569(1)
Cubism
569(5)
Suprematism
574(1)
Fantasy
575(2)
Realism
577(1)
The Armory Show
578(1)
Painting between the Wars
578(13)
The Founders
578(4)
Abstraction
582(2)
Fantasy
584(4)
Expressionism
588(2)
Realism
590(1)
Painting since World War II
591(13)
Action Painting
591(4)
Expressionism in Europe
595(1)
Color Field Painting
596(1)
Minimalism
597(1)
African-American Painting
598(1)
Op Art
599(1)
Pop Art
600(2)
Photorealism
602(2)
Late Modernism
604(3)
Neo-Expressionism and Neo-Abstraction
604(3)
Twentieth-Century Sculpture
607(22)
Sculpture before World War I
608(3)
France
608(2)
Italy
610(1)
Sculpture between the Wars
611(7)
Russia
611(1)
France
612(4)
England
616(2)
Sculpture since 1945
618(11)
Primary Structures and Environmental Sculpture
618(1)
Minimalism and Post-Minimalism
619(1)
African-American Sculpture
620(1)
Earth Art
620(1)
Monuments
621(1)
Constructions and Assemblage
622(3)
Environments and Installations
625(2)
Conceptual Art
627(1)
Performance Art
627(2)
Twentieth-Century Architecture
629(16)
Architecture before World War I
630(3)
Early Modernism
630(2)
Expressionism
632(1)
Architecture between the Wars
633(8)
De Stijl
634(1)
The International Style
634(5)
Expressionism
639(2)
Architecture since 1945
641(4)
High Modernism
641(1)
Late Modernism
641(1)
Neo-Expressionism
642(1)
Neo-Modernism
643(2)
Twentieth-Century Photography
645(14)
The First Half-Century
646(9)
The Paris School
646(1)
The United States
647(5)
Germany
652(1)
The Heroic Age of Photography
652(1)
Fantasy and Abstraction
653(2)
Photography since 1945
655(4)
The United States
655(1)
England
656(1)
Artists as Photographers
656(3)
Postmodernism
659(19)
Postmodern Art
661(1)
Architecture
662(5)
Postmodernism
662(1)
Deconstructivism
663(2)
Architecture after Post-modernism: What's Next
665(2)
Sculpture
667(4)
Installations
668(3)
Painting
671(1)
Photography
672(2)
Time Line 4 (1750-2002)
674(4)
Glossary 678(4)
Books for Further Reading 682(3)
Index 685(10)
List of Credits 695


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