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Summary

For courses in the History of Art. Completely rewritten and reorganized, this groundbreaking edition weaves together the most recent scholarship, the most current thinking in art history, and the most innovative digital art library.Experience the new Janson and re-experience the history of art. Long established as the classic and seminal introduction to art of the Western world, the Seventh Edition ofJanson's History of Artis groundbreaking. When Harry Abrams first published theHistory of Artin 1962, John F. Kennedy occupied the White House, and Andy Warhol was an emerging artist. Janson offered his readers a strong focus on Western art, an important consideration of technique and style, and a clear point of view.The History of Art, said Janson, was not just a stringing together of historically significant objects, but the writing of a story about their interconnections, a history of styles and of stylistic change. Jansonrs"s text focused on the visual and technical characteristics of the objects he discussed, often in extraordinarily eloquent language. Jansonrs"sHistory of Arthelped to establish the canon of art history for many generations of scholars. The new Seventh Edition introduces the authorship of six distinguished specialists narrating the history of art for todayrs"s students. The contribution of multiple authors allows an expert's understanding to permeate each and every part of the text with a currency in art historical thinking and an enhanced discussion of context. The result is a complete rewriting and a weaving together of expert knowledge into a meaningful and powerful presentation of Western art.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
Faculty and Student Resources for Teaching and Learning with Janson's History of Art xix
Introducing Art xxi
PART THREE THE RENAISSANCE THROUGH THE ROCOCO
Art in Thirteenth- and Fourteenth-Century Italy
437(32)
Church Architecture And The Growth Of The Mendicant Orders
438(10)
The Franciscans at Assisi
439(2)
Churches and Their Furnishings in Urban Centers
441(4)
Expanding Florence Cathedral
445(3)
Buildings for City Government: The Palazzo della Signoria
448(1)
Painting In Tuscany
448(15)
Cimabue and Giotto
449(3)
Siena: Devotion to Mary in Works by Duccio and Simone
452(6)
Pietro and Ambrogio Lorenzetti
458(2)
Artists and Patrons in Times of Crisis
460(3)
Northern Italy
463(6)
Venice: Political Stability and Sumptuous Architecture
463(1)
Milan: The Visconti Family and Northern Influences
464
Materials And Techniques: Fresco Painting and Conservation
442(14)
Primary Sources: Agnolo di Tura del Grasso
456(4)
Inscriptions on the Frescoes in the Palazzo Pubblico, Siena
460
The Art Historian's Lens: The Social Works of Images
454(15)
Artistic Innovations in Fifteenth-Century Northern Europe
469(34)
Courtly Art: The International Gothic
471(5)
Sculpture for the French Royal Family
471(2)
Illuminated Manuscripts: Books of Hours
473(2)
Bohemia and England
475(1)
Urban Centers And The New Art
476(11)
Robert Campin in Tournai
477(2)
Jan van Eyck in Bruges
479(6)
Rogier van der Weyden in Brussels
485(2)
Late Fifteenth-Century Art In The Netherlands
487(6)
Aristocratic Tastes for Precious Objects, Personal Books, and Tapestries
487(2)
Panel Paintings in Southern Netherlands
489(1)
The Northern Netherlands
490(3)
Regional Responses to The Early Netherlandish Style
493(10)
France
493(1)
Spain
494(1)
Central Europe
495(1)
Printing and the Graphic Arts
496(3)
Printing Centers in Colmar and Basel
499
Materials And Techniques: Panel Painting in Tempera and Oil
479(19)
Printmaking
498
Primary Sources: Cyriacus of Ancona (1449)
486(6)
Fray Jose De Siguenza (1544?-1606)
492(4)
From the Contract for the St. Wolfgang Altarpiece
496
The Art Historian's Lens: Scientific and Technical Study of Paintings
488(15)
The Early Renaissance in Fifteenth-Century Italy
503(52)
Florence, Ca. 1400-1430, Ancient Inspirations For Architecture And Architectural Sculpture
505(6)
The Baptistery Competition
505(2)
Brunelleschi and the Dome of the Florence Cathedral
507(1)
Donatello and Nanni di Banco at Or San Michele
507(3)
Brunelleschi's Ospedale degli Innocenti
510(1)
Chapels And Churches For Florentine Families, 1420-1430
511(8)
Brunelleschi at San Lorenzo
512(3)
Brunelleschi at Santa Croce: The Pazzi Chapel
515(1)
The Strozzi Family, Santa Trinita, and Gentile da Fabriano
515(1)
Masaccio at Santa Novella
516(2)
The Brancacci Chapel
518(1)
Spread of The Florentine Style Spreads, 1425-1450
519(3)
Pisa
520(1)
Siena
521(1)
Padua
522(1)
Florence During The Era Of The Medici, 1430-1494
522(9)
Sculpture and Architectural Sculpture
523(4)
Florentine Churches and Convents at Mid-Century
527(4)
Domestic Life: Palaces, Furnishings, And Paintings, CA. 1440-1490
531(10)
Patrician Palaces
531(2)
Heroic Images for Florentine Collectors
533(1)
Paintings for Palaces
534(5)
Portraiture
539(2)
The Renaissance Style Reverberates, 1400-1500
541(14)
Piero della Francesca in Central Italy
541(3)
Alberti and Mantegna in Mantua
544(2)
Venice
546(4)
Rome and the Papal States
550
Materials And Techniques: Brunelleschi's Dome
508(5)
Perspective
513
Primary Sources: In Praise of the City of Florence (c. 1403-1404) by Leonardo Bruni
505(1)
Lorenzo Ghiberti (ca. 1381-1455)
506(5)
Leon Battista Alberti
511(21)
Domenico Veneziano Solicits Work
532(4)
Giovanni Dominici Urges Parents to Put Religious Images in Their Homes
536
The Art Historian's Lens: The Theoretical Treatise
514(4)
Patronage Studies
518(37)
The High Renaissance in Italy, 1495-1520
555(32)
The High Renaissance in Florence And Milan
556(7)
Leonardo da Vinci in Florence
556(1)
Leonardo in Milan
557(5)
Reinventing the Female Portrait
562(1)
Rome Resurgent
563(17)
Bramante in Rome
563(1)
Michelangelo in Rome and Florence
564(3)
Michelangelo in the Service of Pope Julius II
567(6)
Raphael in Florence and Rome
573(7)
Venice
580(7)
Giorgione
580(2)
Titian
582
Materials And Techniques: Drawings
571
Primary Sources: Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)
560(5)
Michelangelo Interprets the Vatican Pieta
565(15)
On Raphael's Death
580
The Art Historian's Lens: Cleaning and Restoring Works of Art
573(14)
The Late Renaissance and Mannerism in Sixteenth-Century Italy
587(34)
Later Renaissance Florence: The Church, The Court, And Mannerism
588(8)
Florentine Religious Painting in the 1520s
589(1)
The Medici in Florence: From Dynasty to Duchy
590(6)
Rome Reformed
596(7)
Michelangelo in Rome
596(5)
The Catholic Reformation and II Gesu
601(2)
Mantua of The Gonzaga
603(2)
The Palazzo del Te
605(1)
Parma And Bologna
605(3)
Correggio and Parmigianino in Parma
606(2)
Lavinia Fontana in Bologna
608(1)
Venice: The Serene Republic
608(13)
Sansovino in Venice
609(1)
Titian
610(2)
Titian's Legacy
612(5)
Andrea Palladio and Late Renaissance Architecture
617
Materials And Techniques: Oil on Canvas
610
Primary Sources: Michelangelo the Poet
598(16)
From a Session of the Inquisition Tribunal in Venice of Paolo Veronese
614(2)
Andrea Palladio (1508-1580)
616
The Art Historian's Lens: Iconography and Iconology
594(27)
Renaissance and Reformation in Sixteenth-Century Northern Europe
621(38)
France: Courtly Tastes For Italian Forms
621(8)
Chateaux and Palaces: Translating Italian Architecture
622(3)
Art for Castle Interiors
625(4)
Spain: Global Power And Religious Orthodoxy
629(3)
The Escorial
629(1)
El Greco in Toledo
630(2)
Central Europe: The Reformation And Art
632(13)
Grunewald's Isenheim Altarpiece
633(2)
Albrecht Durer and the Northern Renaissance
635(6)
Religious and Courtly Images in the Era of Reform
641(3)
Painting in the Cities: Humanist Themes and Religious Turnmoil
644(1)
England: Reformation And Power
645(2)
The Netherlands: World Marketplace
647(12)
The City and the Court: David and Gossaert
649(2)
Antwerp: Merchants, Markets, and Morality
651
Materials And Techniques: Making and Conserving Renaissance Tapestries
626(5)
Primary Sources: Benvenuto Cellini (1500-1571)
631(6)
Albrecht Durer (1471-1528)
637(11)
Elizabethan Imagery
648(6)
Karel Van Mander Writes About Pieter Bruegel the Elder
654
The Art Historian's Lens: The Economics of Art
650(9)
The Baroque in Italy and Spain
659(38)
Painting in Italy
661(12)
Caravaggio and the New Style
662(3)
Artemisia Gentileschi
665(3)
Ceiling Painting and Annibale Carracci
668(5)
Architecture in Italy
673(10)
The Completion of St. Peter's and Carlo Maderno
673(1)
Bernini and St. Peter's
674(2)
Architectural Components in Decoration
676(1)
A Baroque Alternative: Francesco Borromini
676(4)
The Baroque in Turin: Guarino Guarini
680(2)
The Baroque in Venice: Baldassare Longhena
682(1)
Sculpture in Italy
683(5)
Early Baroque Sculpture: Stefano Maderno
683(1)
The Evolution of the Baroque: Gianlorenzo Bernini
683(3)
A Classical Alternative: Alessandro Algardi
686(2)
Painting in Spain
688(9)
Spanish Still Life: Juan Sanchez Cotan
688(1)
Naples and the Impact of Caravaggio: Jusepe de Ribera
688(1)
Diego Velazquez: From Seville to Court Painter
689(4)
Monastic Orders and Zurbaran
693(1)
Culmination in Devotion: Bartolome Esteban Murillo
694
Materials And Techniques: Bernini's Sculptural Sketches
687
Primary Sources: Artemisia Gentileschi (1593-ca. 1653)
667(25)
Antonio Palomino (1655-1726)
692(5)
The Baroque in the Netherlands
697(36)
Flanders
699(11)
Peter Paul Rubens and Defining the Baroque
699(6)
Anthony van Dyck: History and Portraiture at the English Court
705(1)
Local Flemish Art and Jacobs Jordaens
706(1)
The Bruegel Tradition
706(1)
Still-Life Painting
707(3)
The Dutch Republic
710(11)
The Haarlem Academy: Hendrick Goltzius
711(1)
The Caravaggisti in Holland: Hendrick Terbrugghen
711(1)
The Haarlem Community and Frans Hals
712(2)
The Next Generation in Haarlem: Judith Leyster
714(1)
Rembrandt and the Art of Amsterdam
715(6)
The Market: Landscape, Still-Life, And Genre Painting
721(12)
Landscape Painting: Jan van Goyen
723(1)
City Views Painting: Jacob van Ruisdael
723(1)
Architectural Painting and Pieter Saenredam
724(1)
Still-life Painting: Willem Claesz. Heda
725(1)
Flower Painting and Rachel Ruysch
726(1)
Genre Painting: Jan Steen
726
Intimate Genre Painting and Jan Vermeer
728!(2)
The Exquisite Genre Painting of Gerard ter Borch
730
Materials And Techniques: Etching, Drypoint, and Selective Wiping
720
Primary Sources: Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640)
701(15)
The Art Historian's Lens: Authenticity and Workshop for Rubens and Rembrandt
716(17)
The Baroque in France and England
733(24)
France: The Style of Louis Xiv
735(15)
Painting and Printmaking in France
735(9)
French Classical Architecture
744(5)
Sculpture: The Impact of Bernini
749(1)
Baroque Architecture in England
750(7)
Inigo Jones and the Impact of Palladio
750(1)
Christopher Wren
751(3)
John Vanbrugh and Hawksmoor
754
Primary Sources: Nicolas Poussin (ca. 1594-1665)
738(5)
The Art Historian's Lens: Forgeries and The Book of Truth
743(14)
The Rococo
757(32)
France: The Rise of The Rococo
758(12)
Painting: Poussinistes versus Rubenistes
759(8)
The French Rococo Interior
767(3)
England: Painting And Printmaking
770(3)
William Hogarth and the Narrative
770(1)
Thomas Gainsborough and the English Portrait
771(2)
Joshua Reynolds
773(1)
Germany And Austria And The Rococo in Central Europe
773(4)
Johann Fischer von Erlach
775(1)
Jakob Prandtauer
775(1)
Balthasar Neumann
776(1)
Dominikus Zimmermann
777(1)
Italy
777(12)
Govanni Battista Tiepolo and Illusionistic Ceiling Decoration
777(1)
Canaletto
778
Materials And Techniques: Pastel Painting
763
Primary Sources: Jean de jullienne (1686-1767)
762(12)
Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792)
774(8)
Additional Primary Sources For Part Three: Giovanni Boccaccio (1313-1375)
782(1)
Petrarch (1304-1374)
782(1)
Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)
782(1)
Karel Van Mander (1548-1606)
783(1)
Giorgio Vasari (1511-1574)
784(1)
From the Canon and Decrees of the Council of Trent, 1563
785(1)
Martin Luther (1483-1546)
785(1)
Giovanni Pietro Bellori (1613-1696)
785(1)
Filippo Baldinucci (1625-1696)
786(1)
Constantijn Huygens (1596-1687)
786(1)
Sir Christopher Wren (1632-1723)
787(2)
PART FOUR THE MODERN WORLD
Art in the Age of the Enlightenment, 1750-1789
789(34)
Rome Toward 1760: The Font of Neoclassicism
791(2)
Artistic Foundations of Neoclassicism: Mengs, Batoni, Hamilton
791(2)
Rome Toward 1760: The Font of Romanticism
793(2)
Neoclassicism in England
795(7)
Sculpture and Painting: Historicism, Morality, and Antiquity
795(3)
The Birth of Contemporary History Painting
798(1)
Architecture and Interiors: The Palladian Revival
799(3)
Early Romanticism in England
802(6)
Architecture and Landscape Design: The Sublime and the Picturesque
802(3)
Painting: The Coexistence of Reason and Emotion
805(3)
Neoclassicism in France
808(15)
Architecture: Rational Classicism
808(3)
The Sublime in Neoclassical Architecture: The Austere and the Visionary
811(3)
Painting and Sculpture: Expressing Enlightenment Values
814(3)
The Climax of Neoclassicism: The Paintings of Jacques-Louis David
817
Materials And Techniques: Josiah Wedgwood and Neoclassical Jasperware
796(20)
Primary Sources: Denis Diderot (1713-1784)
816(2)
Etienne Jean Delecruze (1781-1863)
818
The Art Historian's Lens: The Elusive Meaning of West's The Death of General Wolfe
799(24)
Art in the Age of Romanticism, 1789-1848
823(38)
Painting
825(25)
Spain: Francisco Goya
825(2)
England: Spiritual Intensity and the Bond with Nature
827(7)
Germany: The Pantheistic Exemplar of Friedrich
834(1)
America: Landscape as Metaphor and the Popularity of Genre
835(3)
France: Neoclassical Painting in the Romantic Era
838(4)
France: Painterly Romanticism and Romantic Landscape
842(6)
Romantic Landscape Painting
848(2)
Sculpture
850(3)
Neoclassical Sculpture in the Romantic Era: Antonio Canova
851(1)
French Romantic Sculpture: Breaking from the Classical Model
852(1)
Romantic Revivals in Architecture
853(8)
England: The Sublime and the Picturesque
854(2)
America: An Ancient Style for a New Republic
856(1)
France: Empire Style
857(1)
Germany: Creating a New Athens
858
Materials And Techniques: Blake's Printing Process
829(1)
Primary Sources: John Constable (1776-1837)
830(16)
Eugene Delacroix (1798-1863)
846(15)
The Age of Positivism: Realism, Impressionism, and the Pre-Raphaelites, 1848-1885
861(42)
Realism in France
862(19)
Realism in the 1840s and 1850s: Painting Contemporary Social Conditions
863(5)
The Realist Assault on Academic Values and Bourgeois Taste
868(5)
Impressionism: A Different Form of Realism
873(8)
British Realism
881(7)
The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
882(2)
The Aesthetic Movement: Personal Psychology and Repressed Eroticism
884(4)
Realism in America
888(4)
Scientific Realism: Thomas Eakins
888(1)
Iconic Image and Naturalist Landscape: Winslow Homer and Albert Bierstadt
889(3)
Photography: A Mechanical Medium For Mass-Produced Art
892(6)
First Innovations
892(1)
Recording the World
892(3)
Reporting the News: Photojournalism
895(1)
Photography as Art: Pictorialism and Combination Printing
896(2)
Architecture And The Industrial Revolution
898(5)
Ferrovitreous Structures: Train Sheds and Exhibition Palaces
898(1)
Historic Eclecticism and Technology
899(1)
Announcing the Future: The Eiffel Tower
900
Materials And Techniques: Impressionist Color Theory
876
Primary Sources: Lila Cabot Perry (1848?-1933)
874(15)
James Abbott McNeill Whistler (1834-1903)
889(9)
Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867)
898
The Art Historian's Lens: An Artist's Reputation and Changes in Art Historical Methodology
890(13)
Progress and Its Discontents: Post-Impressionism, Symbolism, and Art Nouveau, 1880-1905
903(42)
Post-Impressionism
905(13)
Paul Cezanne: Toward Abstraction
905(3)
Georges Seurat: Seeking Social and Pictorial Harmony
908(3)
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec: An Art for the Demi-Mond
911(1)
Vincent van Gogh: Expressions Through Color and Symbol
912(4)
Paul Gauguin: The Flight from Modernity
916(2)
Symbolism
918(11)
TheNabis
919(1)
Other Symbolist Visions in France
919(3)
Symbolism (Beyond) France
922(3)
Symbolist Currents in American Art
925(2)
The Sculpture of Rodin
927(2)
Art Nouveau And the Search for Modern Design
929(4)
The Public and Private Spaces of Art Nouveau
930(3)
American Architecture: The Chicago School
933(4)
Henry Hobson Richardson: Laying the Foundation for Modernist Architecture
933(1)
Louis Sullivan and Early Skyscrapers
934(1)
Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie House
935(2)
Photography
937(8)
Pictorialist Photography and the Photo Session
938(2)
Documentary Photography
940(2)
Motion Photography and Moving Pictures
942
Materials And Techniques: Lithography
911
Primary Sources: Paul Cezanne (1839-1906)
907(10)
Paul Gauguin (1848-1903)
917(9)
The Art Historian's Lens: Feminist Art History
926(19)
Toward Abstraction: The Modernist Revolution, 1904-1914
945(38)
Fauvism
946(3)
Cubism
949(5)
Reflecting and Shattering Tradition: Les Demoiselles d'Avignon
949(3)
Analytic Cubism: Picasso and Braque
952(1)
Synthetic Cubism: The Power of Collage
953(1)
The Impact of Fauvism And Cubism
954(16)
German Expressionism
954(7)
Austrian Expressionism
961(1)
Cubism in Paris after Picasso and Braque
962(1)
Italian Futurism: Activism and Art
963(3)
Cubo-Futurism and Suprematism in Russia
966(2)
Cubism and Fantasy: Marc Chagall and Giorgio de Chirico
968(2)
Marcel Duchamp And The Dilemma of Modern Art
970(1)
Modernist Sculpture: Constantin Brancusi And Aristide Maillol
971(3)
American Art
974(2)
The Ashcan School
974(1)
The Armory Show: Modernism Comes to America
974(1)
America's First Modernists: Arthur Dove and Marsden Hartley
975(1)
Early Modern Architecture in Europe
976(7)
Austrian and German Modernist Architecture
976(3)
German Expressionist Architecture
979
Materials And Techniques: The Woodcut in German Expressionism
958(2)
Primary Sources: Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944)
960(9)
Kasimir Malevich (1878-1935)
969
The Art Historian's Lens: The Myth of the Primitive
951(32)
Art Between the Wars
983(54)
Dada
984(9)
Zurich Dada and Jean (Hans) Arp
985(1)
New York Dada: Marcel Duchamp
986(1)
Berlin Dada
987(4)
Cologne Dada
991(1)
Paris Dada: Man Ray
992(1)
Surrealism
993(8)
Picasso and Surrealism
993(3)
Surrealism in Paris
996(2)
Representational Surrealism: Magritte and Dali
998(1)
Surrealism and Photography
999(1)
The Surrealist Object
1000(1)
Organic Sculpture
1001(3)
Jean Arp and Alexander Calder in Paris
1003(1)
Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth in England
1003(1)
Creating Utopia
1004(13)
Russian Constructivism: Productivism and Utilitarianism
1004(3)
De Stijl and Universal Order
1007(2)
The Bauhaus: Creating the ``New Man''
1009(3)
The Machine Aesthetic
1012(5)
Art in American: Modernity. Spirituality, and Regionalism
1017(9)
The City and Industry
1017(3)
Art Deco and the International Style
1020(1)
Seeking the Spiritual
1021(2)
American Regionalism and National Identity
1023(1)
The Harlem Renaissance
1024(2)
Mexican Art: Seeking a National Identity
1026(3)
Diego Rivera
1026(1)
Frida Kahlo and Manuel Alvarez Bravo
1027(2)
The Eve of World War II
1029(8)
America: The Failure of Modernity
1029(2)
Europe: The Rise of Fascism
1031
Materials And Techniques: Reinforced Concrete
1013
Primary Sources: Hannah Hoch (1889-1978)
991(15)
Barbara Hepworth (1903-1975)
1006(2)
Piet Mondrian (1872-1944)
1008(6)
Le Corbusier (1886-1965)
1014(23)
Postwar to Postmodern, 1945-1980
1037(40)
Existentialism in New York: Abstract Expressionism
1038(7)
The Bridge from Surrealism to Abstract Expressionism: Arshile Gorky
1038(1)
Abstract Expressionism: Action Painting
1039(3)
Abstract Expressionism: Color-Field Painting
1042(1)
New York Sculpture: David Smith and Louise Nevelson
1043(2)
Existentialism In Europe: Figural Expressionism
1045(1)
Rejecting Abstract Expressionism And Inventing New Mediums: American Art of The 1950s and 1960s
1046(9)
Re-Presenting Life and Dissecting Painting
1046(3)
Environments and Performance Art
1049(2)
Pop Art: Consumer Culture as Subject
1051(4)
Formalist Abstraction of The 1950s and 1960s
1055(4)
Formalist Painting
1055(3)
Formalist Sculpture
1058(1)
The Pluralist 1970s: Post-Minimalism
1059(6)
Post-Minimal Sculpture: Geometry and Emotion
1059(2)
Earthworks and Site-Specific Art
1061(2)
Conceptual Art: Art as Idea
1063(1)
Television Art: June Paik
1064(1)
Art With a Social Agenda
1065(5)
Street Photography
1066(1)
African-American Art: Ethnic Identity
1067(2)
Feminist Art: Judy Chicago and Gender Identity
1069(1)
Late Modernist Architecture
1070(7)
Continuing the International Style: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
1070(1)
Sculptural Architecture: Referential Mass
1070
Primary Sources: Jackson Pollock (1912-1956)
1040(13)
Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997)
1053(4)
Frank Stella (b. 1936)
1057(10)
Romare Bearden (1911-1988)
1067
The Art Historian's Lens: Studying the Absent Object
1062(15)
The Postmodern Era: Art Since 1980
1077
Architecture
1079(10)
Post-Modern Architecture: A Referential Style
1079(4)
New Modernisms: High-Tech Architecture
1083(2)
Deconstructivism: Countering Modernist Authority
1085(4)
Architecture, Experience, and Memory: Daniel Libeskind
1089(1)
Postminimalism And Pluralism: Limitless Possibilities
1089
The Return of Painting
1090(2)
Sculpture
1092(2)
Deconstructing Art: Context as Meaning
1094(4)
The Power of Installation and Video Art
1098(3)
Many Styles, One Artist: Felix Gonzalez-Torres
1101(1)
Preoccupation with the Body
1102(2)
A World Art: Cai Gio-Qiang
1104
Materials And Techniques: Computer Aided Design in Architecture
1088(11)
Primary Sources: Cindy Sherman (b. 1954)
1099(2)
llya Kabakov (b. 1933)
1101(4)
The Art Historian's Lens: The Changing Art Market
1105(3)
Additional Primary Sources For Part Four: Sir William Chambers (1726-1796)
1108(1)
Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (1780-1867)
1108(1)
Rosa Bonheur (1829-1899)
1108(1)
Louis Sullivan (1856-1924)
1109(1)
Paul Sheerbart (1863-1914)
1109(1)
Filippo Tommaso Marinetti (1876-1944)
1110(1)
Andre Breton (1896-1966) and Leon Trostky (1879-1940)
1110(1)
Eva Hesse (1936-1970)
1110(1)
Rosalind Krauss (b. 1940)
1110
Glossary 1(1)
Bibliography 1(1)
Index 1(1)
Credits 1


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