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History of Western Art,9780072317176

History of Western Art

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Summary

Appropriate for one-semester art history surveys or historically-focused art appreciation classes, "A History of Western Art," Revised Fourth Edition, features additional color which provides students with a greater understanding of the works of art. Focusing on the Western canon of art history, the text presents a compelling chronological narrative from prehistory to the present. A non-Western supplement, "World Views: Topics in Non-Western Art," addresses specific areas of non-Western art and augments the Western chronology by illustrating moments of thematic relationships and cross-cultural contact. "World Views" is available at a discount when packaged with "A History of Western Art,"

Table of Contents

Preface xviii
Why Do We Study the History of Art?
1(11)
The Artistic Impulse
1(1)
Chronology
1(1)
The Values of Art
2(2)
Material Value
2(1)
Intrinsic Value
2(1)
Brancusi's Bird: Manufactured Metal or a Work of Art?
3(1)
Religious Value
3(1)
Nationalistic Value
3(1)
Psychological Value
4(1)
Art and Illusion
4(2)
Images and Words
5(1)
Traditions Equating Artists with Gods
5(1)
Reflections and Shadows: Legends of How Art Began
5(1)
Image Magic
6(1)
Architecture
6(2)
Archaeology and Art History
8(1)
Methodologies of Art History
9(3)
Formalism
9(1)
Iconography and Iconology
9(1)
Marxism
9(1)
Feminism
9(1)
Biography and Autobiography
10(1)
Semiology
10(1)
Deconstruction
11(1)
Psychoanalysis
11(1)
The Language of Art
12(9)
Composition
12(1)
Plane
12(1)
Balance
12(1)
Line
12(2)
Expressive Qualities of Line
12(2)
Lines Used for Modeling
14(1)
Depth
14(1)
The Illusion of Depth
14(1)
Perspective
14(1)
Space
15(1)
Shape
15(1)
Types of Shapes
15(1)
Expressive Qualities of Shape
15(1)
Light and Color
16(2)
Physical Properties of Color
16(1)
Expressive Qualities of Color
17(1)
Texture
18(1)
Stylistic Terminology
19(2)
Prehistoric Western Europe
21(12)
The Stone Age
21(1)
Paleolithic
21(7)
Sculpture
22(1)
Carving
22(1)
Modeling
22(1)
Categories of Sculpture
23(1)
Pigment
23(1)
Painting
23(5)
Beyond the West
Rock Paintings of Australia
28
Mesolithic
27(1)
Neolithic
27(6)
Menhirs
27(1)
Dolmens
28(1)
Cromlechs
28(1)
Post-and-Lintel Construction
29(4)
The Ancient Near East
33(14)
The Neolithic Era
33(1)
Jericho
32(1)
Catal Huyuk
32(1)
Mesopotamia
33(7)
The Uruk Period
33(1)
Inanna
33(1)
Ziggurats
34(1)
Mesopotamian Gods
34(1)
Cylinder Seals
35(1)
From Pictures to Words
35(1)
Gilgamesh
35(1)
Sumer: Early Dynastic Period
36(1)
Akkad
37(1)
Sargon of Akkad
38(1)
Neo-Sumerian
39(1)
Babylon
40(1)
The Law Code of Hammurabi
40(1)
Anatolia: The Hittites
40(3)
Assyria
41(1)
The Neo-Babylonian Empire
42(1)
Glazing
42(1)
Round Arches
42(1)
Iran
43(4)
Destroying the Archaeological Record
44(1)
The Scythians
44(1)
Persian (Achaemenid) Empire
44(1)
Columns
45(2)
Ancient Egypt
47(20)
The Gift of the Nile
47(1)
The Pharaohs
47(1)
The Egyptian Concept of Kingship
47(1)
Chronology of Egyptian Kings
47(1)
The Palette of Narmer
48(2)
Religion and Egyptian Gods
50(1)
The Old Kingdom
50(5)
Pyramids
50(2)
Mummification
52(1)
Sculpture
53(1)
The Egyptian Canon of Proportion
54(1)
The Middle Kingdom
55(1)
The New Kingdom
55(7)
Temples
55(1)
Egyptian Column Types
56(3)
Painting
59(1)
The Amarna Period
60(2)
Tutankhamon's Tomb
62(1)
Egypt and Nubia
63(4)
Tomb of Huy and Ramses II
63(1)
Meroe
63(4)
The Aegean
67(14)
Cycladic Civilization
67(1)
Minoan Civilization
68(4)
The Palace of Knossos
68(1)
Minoan Fresco
69(2)
Religion
71(1)
Minoan Scripts
71(1)
Pottery
71(1)
Discoveries at Thera
72(2)
The Frescoes
72(2)
Mycenaean Civilization
74(7)
The Legend of Agamemnon
75(6)
The Art of Ancient Greece
81(34)
Cultural Identity
82(1)
Government and Philosophy
82(1)
Plato on Artists
82(1)
Women in Ancient Greece
83(1)
Literature and Drama
83(1)
``Man Is the Measure of Things''
83(2)
Greek Gods and Their Roman Counterparts
84(1)
Painting and Pottery
85(3)
Geometric Style
85(1)
Orientalizing Style
85(1)
Archaic Style
86(1)
Greek Vases: Media and Shapes
86(1)
Late Archaic to Classical Style
87(1)
Classical to Hellenistic Style
87(1)
Sculpture
88(6)
Archaic Style
88(2)
Encaustic: Luminous Painting
90(1)
Early Classical Style
90(2)
The Lost-Wax Process
92(1)
Classical Style
93(1)
Classical Architecture: The Athenian Acropolis
94(12)
The Parthenon
95(2)
Plan of the Parthenon
97(1)
The Orders of Greek Architecture
98(5)
Medusa
103(1)
The Temple of Athena Nike
103(1)
The Erechtheum
104(2)
Late Classical Style
106(4)
The Greek Theater
106(1)
Greek Theater
106(1)
Sculpture
107(1)
The ``Hermes of Praxiteles''
108(2)
Hellenistic Period
110(5)
Sculpture
110(2)
The Trojan Horse
112(3)
The Art of the Etruscans
115(8)
Architecture
116(1)
Pottery and Sculpture
116(1)
Women in Etruscan Art
117(1)
Funerary Art
118(5)
Cinerary Containers
118(2)
Sarcophagi
120(1)
Tomb Paintings
121(2)
Ancient Rome
123(27)
Virgil's Aeneid
124(1)
Chronology of Roman Periods
124(1)
Architectural Types
125(17)
Arches, Domes, and Vaults
125(1)
Domestic Architecture
126(2)
Public Buildings
128(1)
Julius Caesar
128(3)
Roman Building Materials
131(2)
Religious Architecture
133(4)
Commemorative Architecture
137(4)
Josephus and the Jewish Wars
141(1)
Sculptural Types
142(4)
Sarcophagi
142(1)
Portraits
143(1)
Women in Ancient Rome
143(2)
Marcus Aurelius: Emperor and Philosopher
145(1)
Mural Painting
146(4)
Early Christian and Byzantine Art
150(17)
A New Religion
150(1)
Constantine and Christianity
150(1)
The Divergence of East and West
150(1)
Christianity and Scriptures
151(1)
Early Christian Art
151(4)
Sarcophagi
151(1)
Christian Symbolism
151(1)
The Catacombs
152(1)
Basilicas
153(1)
St. Peter
154(1)
Centrally Planned Churches
155(1)
Justinian and the Byzantine Style
155(9)
San Vitale
155(4)
Mosaic Technique
159(2)
Hagia Sophia
161(3)
The Codex
164(1)
Parchment
164(1)
The Vienna Genesis
164(1)
Later Byzantine Developments
164(3)
The Early Middle Ages
167(14)
Islamic Art
167(4)
Islam
167(1)
The Great Mosque, Cordoba
168(3)
Northern European Art
171(7)
Anglo-Saxon Metalwork
171(1)
Beowulf
171(1)
Hiberno-Saxon Art
172(1)
Manuscript Illumination
172(3)
Carolingian Period
175(1)
Manuscripts
175(1)
Revelation and the Four Symbols of the Evangelists
175(1)
Monasteries
176(1)
Monasticism: Chastity, Obedience, and Poverty
177(1)
Ottonian Period
178(3)
Romanesque Art
181(14)
Economic and Political Development
181(1)
Feudalism
181(1)
Pilgrimage Roads
182(2)
The Stavelot Reliquary Triptych
183(1)
Architecture
184(5)
Sainte-Foy at Conques
184(3)
Developments at Autun
187(2)
Manuscripts
189(2)
Mural Painting
191(1)
The Bayeux ``Tapestry''
192(3)
Gothic Art
195(23)
Origins of the Gothic Style in France
195(1)
Early Gothic Architecture: Saint-Denis
196(1)
The Life of St. Denis
196(1)
Elements of Gothic Architecture
197(3)
Rib Vaults
197(1)
Piers
198(1)
Flying Buttresses
198(1)
Pointed Arches
198(1)
The Skeleton
198(1)
Guilds
199(1)
Stained-Glass Windows
199(1)
Romanesque Precursors of Gothic
200(1)
The Age of Cathedrals
201(2)
Chartres
203(8)
Exterior Architecture of Chartres
203(2)
Exterior Sculpture of Chartres
205(4)
Interior of Chartres
209(2)
Later Developments of the French Gothic Style
211(4)
Reims
211(3)
Paris: Reliquary Chapel of Sainte-Chapelle
214(1)
English Gothic
215(3)
Salisbury Cathedral
215(1)
King's College Chapel, Cambridge
216(2)
Precursors of the Renaissance
218(19)
Thirteenth-Century Italy
218(1)
Nicola Pisano
218(1)
Cimabue
218(1)
Fourteenth-Century Italy
219(14)
Giotto
219(1)
Dante: Poet of Heaven and Hell
220(2)
Tempera
222(1)
Altarpieces
222(1)
The Arena Chapel
222(2)
Fresco
224(1)
Virtues and Vices
224(4)
Duccio's Maesta
228(1)
The Kiss of Judas
228(2)
Ambrogio Lorenzetti and the Effects of Good Government
230(1)
Training in the Master's Workshop
231(1)
The Black Death
232(1)
The International Gothic Style
233(4)
Claus Sluter
233(1)
The Limbourg Brothers
234(3)
The Early Renaissance
237(37)
Italy in the Fifteenth Century
237(7)
Renaissance Humanism
237(1)
Humanism
237(1)
Soldiers of Fortune
238(1)
The Competition for the Florence Baptistery Doors
238(1)
Brunelleschi and Architecture
239(1)
Vasari's Lives
239(3)
Lines of Vision
242(1)
Ghiberti's East Baptistery Doors
243(1)
Early Fifteenth-Century Painting
244(5)
Masaccio
244(3)
A Distant Haze
247(1)
International Style: Gentile da Fabriano
247(2)
Early Fifteenth-Century Sculpture: Donatello's David
249(1)
Second-Generation Developments
250(11)
Leon Battista Alberti
251(1)
The Theme of David and Goliath
251(1)
The Equestrian Portrait
252(2)
State Portraits
254(1)
Oil Painting
254(1)
Monumentality versus Spirituality in Fifteenth-Century Painting
255(2)
Filippo Lippi
257(1)
Andrea Mantegna's Illusionism
258(2)
Isabella d' Este
260(1)
Botticelli and Mythological Subject Matter
260(1)
The Platonic Academy
261(1)
Fifteenth-Century Painting in the Netherlands
261(13)
Campin's Merode Altarpiece
262(1)
Jan van Eyck
263(4)
Rogier van der Weyden
267(3)
Later Developments
270(4)
The High Renaissance in Italy
274(28)
Architecture
274(5)
The Ideal of the Circle and Centrally Planned Churches
274(3)
St. Peter's and the Central Plan
277(1)
Julius II: Humanist Pope
278(1)
Painting and Sculpture
279(14)
Leonardo da Vinci
279(3)
Sfumato
282(1)
Michelangelo Buonarroti
283(5)
The Restoration Controversy
288(2)
Raphael
290(3)
Developments in Venice
293(9)
Gentile Bellini
293(1)
Giovanni Bellini and the Sacra Conversazione
294(1)
Painting versus Sculpture
295(1)
Giorgione
296(2)
Titian
298(4)
Mannerism and the Later Sixteenth Century in Italy
302(12)
The Reformation
302(1)
Mannerism
303(6)
Mannerist Painting
303(3)
The Counter-Reformation
306(1)
Mannerist Sculpture
307(1)
Vasari on Women Artists
307(1)
Benvenuto Cellini: A Mannerist Lifestyle
308(1)
Counter-Reformation Painting
309(2)
Tintoretto
309(1)
The Painter's Daughter
309(1)
El Greco
310(1)
Architecture: Andrea Palladio
311(3)
The Four Books of Architecture
312(2)
Sixteenth-Century Painting in Northern Europe
314(14)
The Netherlands
314(6)
Hieronymus Bosch
314(1)
Luther
315(3)
Pieter Bruegel the Elder
318(1)
W. H. Auden's Icarus
319(1)
Germany
320(8)
Albrecht Durer
320(1)
The Development of Printmaking
321(1)
The Myth of the Mad Artist
322(1)
Erasmus
323(1)
Matthias Grunewald
324(2)
Lucas Cranach
326(1)
Hans Holbein the Younger
326(2)
The Baroque Style in Western Europe
328(30)
Baroque Style
328(1)
Architecture
329(9)
Italy
329(5)
France
334(1)
The French Academy
334(2)
England
336(2)
Sculpture: Gianlorenzo Bernini
338(2)
Italian Baroque Painting
340(4)
Caravaggio
340(2)
Artemisia Gentileschi
342(1)
Women as Artists
342(1)
Giovanni Battista Gaulli
343(1)
Baroque Painting in Northern Europe
344(2)
Peter Paul Rubens
344(2)
Beyond the West
Mughal Art and the Baroque
346(8)
Rembrandt van Rijn
347(1)
Etching
348(2)
Frans Hals
350(1)
Judith Leyster
350(1)
Jan Vermeer
351(2)
Jacob van Ruisdael
353(1)
Harmen Steenwyck
354(1)
Spanish Baroque Painting: Diego Velazquez
354(2)
French Baroque Painting: Nicolas Poussin
356(2)
Rococo and the Eighteenth Century
358(16)
Beyond the West
The Pagoda
359(1)
Salons and Salonnieres
360(1)
The Age of Enlightenment
360(1)
Rococo Painting
361(5)
Antoine Watteau
361(1)
Jean-Honore Fragonard
362(1)
Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun
363(1)
Prelude to the French Revolution
363(1)
Thomas Gainsborough
364(1)
William Hogarth
364(2)
Rococo Architecture
366(2)
Balthasar Neumann
366(1)
Matthaus Daniel Poppelmann
366(1)
Dominikus Zimmermann
367(1)
Architectural Revivals
368(2)
Palladian Style: Lord Burlington and Robert Adam
368(1)
Gothic Revival: Horace Walpole
368(2)
Bourgeois Realism: Jean-Baptiste Chardin
370(1)
Neoclassicism: Angelica Kauffmann
370(1)
American Painting
371(3)
John Singleton Copley
371(1)
Benjamin West
372(2)
Neoclassicism: The Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries
374(12)
The Neoclassical Style in France
374(7)
Jacques-Louis David
374(1)
Chronology of the French Revolution and the Reign of Napoleon
374(2)
Napoleon and the Arts
376(2)
Antonio Canova
378(1)
Marie-Guillemine Benoist
378(1)
Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres
379(2)
Developments in America
381(5)
The American Revolution
381(1)
Chronology of the American Campaign for Independence
381(1)
The Architecture of Thomas Jefferson
381(1)
John Trumbull's Declaration of Independence
382(2)
Greenough's George Washington
384(2)
Romanticism: The Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries
386(15)
Romantic Trends in Architecture
386(2)
Rousseau and the Return to Nature
387(1)
Romanticism in Music and Poetry
387(1)
Sculpture: Francois Rude
388(1)
Painting
388(13)
William Blake
388(1)
Theodore Gericault
389(1)
The Salon
389(2)
Eugene Delacroix
391(2)
Francisco de Goya y Lucientes
393(1)
Aquatint
394(1)
Caspar David Friedrich
395(1)
The Aesthetic of the Sublime
395(1)
John Constable and Joseph Mallord William Turner
396(2)
American Romantic Writers
398(1)
Thomas Cole
399(1)
Folk Art: Edward Hicks
399(2)
Nineteenth-Century Realism
401(20)
Karl Marx and The Communist Manifesto
401(1)
Realism in Literature
402(1)
French Realist Painting
403(6)
Jean-Francois Millet
403(1)
Rosa Bonheur
404(1)
Gustave Courbet
404(2)
Honore Daumier
406(1)
Lithography
406(2)
Gargantua
408(1)
Photography
409(3)
Photography
409(1)
France: Nadar
410(1)
England: Julia Margaret Cameron
411(1)
America: Mathew Brady
411(1)
American Realist Painting
412(1)
Thomas Eakins's Gross Clinic
412(1)
Henry Ossawa Tanner
413(1)
French Realism in the 1860s
413(3)
Edouard Manet's Dejeuner sur I'Herbe
413(1)
Manet's Olympia
414(1)
Courbet's Woman with a Parrot
415(1)
Architecture
416(5)
Joseph Paxton: The Crystal Palace
416(1)
Bridges: The Roeblings
417(1)
The Eiffel Tower
418(1)
Origins of the Skyscraper: Louis Sullivan
418(3)
Nineteenth-Century Impressionism
421(20)
Urban Renewal During the Second Empire
421(1)
Painting in France
421(7)
Edouard Manet: 1880s
421(2)
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
423(1)
Edgar Degas
424(2)
Mary Cassatt
426(1)
Berthe Morisot
427(1)
Beyond the West
Japanese Woodblock Prints
428(6)
Claude Monet
430(2)
Views of Paris: Renoir and Pissarro
432(2)
French Sculpture: Auguste Rodin
434(2)
American Painting at the Turn of the Century
436(1)
Winslow Homer
436(1)
John Singer Sargent
436(1)
``Art for Art's Sake''
437(4)
Post-Impressionism and the Late Nineteenth Century
441(14)
Post-Impressionist Painting
441(8)
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
441(1)
Paul Cezanne
442(1)
An Apple a Day ...
443(1)
Georges Seurat
444(2)
Vincent van Gogh
446(2)
Paul Gauguin
448(1)
Beyond the West
Gauguin and Oceania
449(2)
Symbolism
451(1)
Gustave Moreau
451(1)
The Symbolist Movement
451(1)
Edvard Munch
452(1)
Naive Painting: Henri Rousseau
452(3)
The Mechanisms of Dreaming
453(2)
The Early Twentieth Century: Picasso, Fauvism, Expressionism, and Matisse
455(11)
Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse
455(1)
Symbolism: Picasso's ``Blue Period''
456(1)
Wallace Stevens: ``The Man with the Blue Guitar''
456(1)
Beyond the West
African Art and the European Avant-Garde
457(1)
Fauvism: Matisse from 1902-05
458(1)
Expressionism
459(4)
The Bridge (Die Brucke)
459(1)
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
459(1)
Emil Nolde
460(1)
The Blue Rider (Der Blaue Reiter)
460(1)
Vassily Kandinsky
460(2)
Franz Marc
462(1)
Kathe Kollwitz
462(1)
Matisse After Fauvism
463(3)
Cubism, Futurism, and Related Twentieth-Century Styles
466(20)
Cubism
466(7)
Precursors
466(1)
Gertrude Stein
466(2)
Analytic Cubism: Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque
468(1)
Collage
469(1)
Collage and Assemblage
470(1)
Synthetic Cubism
470(1)
Picasso's Surrealism
471(1)
Picasso's Guernica
472(1)
Other Early Twentieth-Century Developments
473(7)
Futurism
473(1)
Fernand Leger's The City
474(1)
Piet Mondrian
474(1)
The Armory Show
474(2)
Stuart Davis
476(1)
Aaron Douglas and the Harlem Renaissance
477(1)
Kazimir Malevich: Suprematism
477(2)
Postscript
479(1)
Architecture
480(1)
Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie Style
480(1)
Cantilever
480(1)
The International Style
481(5)
Holland: De Stijl
481(1)
Germany: The Bauhaus
482(2)
France: Le Corbusier
484(1)
The United States
484(2)
Dada, Surrealism, Social Realism, Regionalism, and Abstraction
486(17)
Dada
486(2)
Marcel Duchamp
486(1)
Jean Arp
487(1)
Surrealism
488(3)
Man Ray
488(1)
Paul Klee
489(1)
Salvador Dali
490(1)
Joan Miro
490(1)
Rene Magritte
491(1)
Sculpture Derived from Surrealism
491(3)
Max Ernst
491(1)
Alberto Giacometti
492(1)
Henry Moore
492(1)
Alexander Calder
493(1)
The United States: Regionalism and Social Realism
494(3)
Grant Wood
494(1)
Jacob Lawrence
495(1)
Edward Hopper
495(1)
James Van Der Zee
496(1)
Dorothea Lange
496(1)
Mexico
497(1)
Diego Rivera
497(1)
Frida Kahlo
497(1)
Toward American Abstraction
498(5)
Alfred Stieglitz
498(1)
Georgia O'Keeffe
498(2)
Transcendental Painting
500(1)
American Self-Taught Painters
501(2)
Abstract Expressionism
503(13)
The Teachers: Hans Hofmann and Josef Albers
503(1)
Abstract Expressionism
504(2)
The New York School
504(1)
Arshile Gorky
504(2)
Action Painting
506(4)
Jackson Pollock
506(1)
Navajo Sand Painting
507(1)
Franz Kline
508(1)
Willem de Kooning
509(1)
Acrylic
510(1)
Helen Frankenthaler
510(1)
Color Field Painting
510(3)
Mark Rothko
510(1)
Frank Stella
511(1)
Ellsworth Kelly
512(1)
West Coast Abstraction: Richard Diebenkorn
513(1)
Sculpture
514(2)
Isamu Noguchi
514(1)
David Smith
514(1)
Louise Nevelson
515(1)
Pop Art, Op Art, and Minimalism
516(13)
Pop Art in England: Richard Hamilton
516(2)
Pop Art in the United States: Painting
518(4)
Jasper Johns
518(1)
Robert Rauschenberg
518(1)
Andy Warhol
519(1)
Roy Lichtenstein
520(1)
Tom Wesselmann
520(1)
Wayne Thiebaud
521(1)
Sculpture
522(1)
Claes Oldenburg
522(1)
George Segal
522(1)
Marisol Escobar
523(1)
Op Art
523(1)
Minimalism
524(3)
Donald Judd
524(1)
Dan Flavin
524(1)
Agnes Martin
524(2)
Eva Hesse
526(1)
Action Sculpture: Joseph Beuys
527(2)
Innovation and Continuity
529(23)
Return to Realism
529(3)
Chuck Close
529(1)
Gilbert Proesch and George Passmore
530(1)
Laurie Anderson
530(1)
Duane Hanson
531(1)
Architecture
532(8)
The Guggenheim Museum, New York
532(1)
The Whitney Museum
533(1)
The Geodesic Dome: R. Buckminster Fuller
534(1)
Post-Modern Architecture
535(2)
I. M. Pei: The Louvre Pyramid
537(1)
Richard Rogers: The Lloyd's Building
538(1)
Frank Gehry: The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Bilbao
539(1)
Environmental Art
540(3)
Robert Smithson
540(1)
The Christos
541(1)
Urban Environment
542(1)
Feminist Art
543(1)
Judy Chicago: The Dinner Party
453(91)
Body Art
544(1)
Plus ca change ...
544(8)
Susan Rothenberg
544(1)
Anselm Kiefer
545(1)
Government Funding and Censorship
546(1)
Maya Ying Lin
547(1)
Nancy Graves
547(1)
Bruce Nauman
548(1)
Cindy Sherman
549(1)
Video Art: Nam June Paik
550(2)
Glossary 552
Suggestions for Further Reading R1
Notes N1
Photo Credits: C1
Index I1


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