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Living with Art with Core Concepts CD-ROM v2.5 w/ Timeline

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Pub. Date:
8/11/2004
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Summary

Throughout the previous six editions, this text has earned a reputation for elegance and the highest standards of quality. Living with Art helps students develop an appreciation of art by offering a clear and comprehensive introduction to the visual arts from several perspectives: themes and purposes of art; the vocabulary of art; individual art media (painting, drawing, camera arts, sculpture, architecture, etc.); and the history of art. The book is rich with illustrations drawn from a wide range of artistic cultures and time periods.

Table of Contents

Preface xiv
Part One Introduction
2(78)
Living with Art
3(15)
The Impulse for Art
4(3)
What Do Artists Do?
7(5)
Creating and Creativity
12(2)
Looking and Responding
14(4)
Artists: Maya Lin
8(3)
Artists: Vincent van Gogh
11(6)
Art People: Dorothy and Herbert Vogel
17(1)
What Is Art?
18(32)
Artist and Audience
22(4)
Art and Beauty
26(2)
Art and Appearances
28(8)
Representational and Abstract Art
29(4)
Nonrepresentational Art
33(1)
Style
34(2)
Art and Meaning
36(10)
Form and Content
36(3)
Iconography
39(2)
Context
41(5)
Art and Objects
46(4)
Art Issues: Who Is an Artist?
24(7)
Artists: Louise Bourgeois
31(14)
Thinking about Art: Aesthetics
45(5)
Themes of Art
50(30)
Visual Delight and the Arts of Daily Life
50(2)
The Sacred Realm
52(4)
Politics and the Social Order
56(5)
Stories and Histories
61(3)
Looking Outward: The Here and Now
64(5)
Looking Inward: The Human Experience
69(2)
Invention and Fantasy
71(3)
Art and Nature
74(2)
Art and Art
76(4)
Thinking about Art: Iconoclasm
55(13)
Artists: Robert Rauschenberg
68(10)
Artists: Katsushika Hokusai
78(2)
Part Two The Vocabulary of Art
80(66)
The Visual Elements
81(39)
Line
81(6)
Contour and Outline
83(1)
Direction and Movement
83(3)
Implied Lines
86(1)
Shape and Mass
87(3)
Implied Shapes
89(1)
Light
90(3)
Implied Light: Modeling Mass in Two Dimensions
91(2)
Color
93(11)
Color Theory
94(2)
Color Properties
96(1)
Light and Pigment
96(1)
Color Harmonies
97(1)
Optical Effects of Color
98(3)
Emotional Effects of Color
101(3)
Texture and Pattern
104(2)
Actual Texture
104(1)
Visual Texture
105(1)
Pattern
106(1)
Space
106(10)
Three-Dimensional Space
106(2)
Implied Space: Suggesting Depth in Two Dimensions
108(1)
Linear Perspective
109(3)
Foreshortening
112(1)
Atmospheric Perspective
113(2)
Isometric Perspective
115(1)
Time and Motion
116(4)
Artists: Henri Matisse
99(4)
Crossing Cultures: Japanese Prints
103(8)
Art Issues: Restoration
111(9)
Principles of Design
120(26)
Unity and Variety
121(3)
Balance
124(8)
Symmetrical Balance
124(3)
Asymmetrical Balance
127(5)
Emphasis and Subordination
132(3)
Scale and Proportion
135(5)
Rhythm
140(3)
Elements and Principles: A Summary
143(3)
Artists: Georgia O'Keeffe
125(6)
Thinking about Art: Points of View
131(3)
Artists: Paul Cezanne
134(12)
Part Three Two-Dimensional Media
146(104)
Drawing
147(17)
Materials for Drawing
151(8)
Dry Media
151(1)
Pencil
151(1)
Metalpoint
152(1)
Charcoal
153(1)
Chalk and Crayon
154(2)
Liquid Media
156(1)
Pen and Ink
156(1)
Brush and Ink
157(2)
Recent Directions
159(5)
Digital Realms
159(2)
Reaching for the Wall
161
Artists: Leonardo
150(8)
Artists: Kathe Kollwitz
158(6)
Painting
164(17)
Encaustic
165(1)
Fresco
165(2)
Tempera
167(1)
Oil
168(6)
Watercolor
174(2)
Gouache
176(1)
Acrylic
176(2)
Blurring the Boundaries: Collage
178(3)
Artists: Jacob Lawrence
170(3)
Art People: Linda Nochlin
173(8)
Prints
181(21)
Relief
182(6)
Woodcut
182(5)
Wood Engraving
187(1)
Linocut
188(1)
Intaglio
188(6)
Engraving
189(1)
Drypoint
190(1)
Mezzotint
191(1)
Etching
192(1)
Aquatint
193(1)
Lithography
194(4)
Screenprinting
198(1)
Monotype
199(1)
Recent Directions: The Photo Image and Printmaking
200(2)
Artists: Albrecht Durer
184(11)
Art People: Robert Blackburn
195(7)
Camera Arts
202(36)
Photography
203(20)
The Still Camera and Its Beginnings
203(1)
Early Subject Matter
204(1)
Portraits
204(2)
Landscape
206(3)
The Here and Now
209(1)
Photography in Print: Photojournalism
210(2)
Photography and Art
212(11)
Film
223(11)
The Origins of Motion Pictures
224(1)
Films and Filmmakers
225(8)
Special Effects and Animation
233(1)
Video
234(4)
Artists: Julia Margaret Cameron
207(8)
Artists: Alfred Stieglitz
215(5)
Art Issues: Censorship: Robert Mapplethorpe
220(18)
Graphic Design and Illustration
238(12)
Signs and Symbols
239(3)
Typography and Layout
242(2)
Word and Image: Posters and Other Advertisements
244(2)
Illustration
246(2)
The Digital Realm
248(2)
Part Four Three-Dimensional Media
250(82)
Sculpture and Installation
251(26)
Methods and Materials of Sculpture
252(8)
Modeling
252(1)
Casting
252(4)
Carving
256(2)
Assembling
258(2)
Sculpture and the Third Dimension
260(2)
The Human Figure in Sculpture
262(6)
Working With Time and Place
268(9)
Artists: Olowe of Ise
257(7)
Crossing Cultures: Primitivism
264(5)
Art Issues: Public Art
269(6)
Artists: Christo and Jeanne-Claude
275(2)
Crafts
277(17)
Clay
278(3)
Glass
281(2)
Metal
283(2)
Wood
285(1)
Fiber
286(2)
Jade and Lacquer
288(2)
Blurring the Boundaries: Artists and Crafts
290(4)
Artists: Maria Martinez
280(14)
Architecture
294(38)
Structural Systems in Architecture
294(22)
Load-Bearing Construction
295(1)
Post-and-Lintel
296(4)
Round Arch and Vault
300(2)
Pointed Arch and Vault
302(2)
Dome
304(4)
Corbelled Arch and Dome
308(1)
Cast-Iron Construction
309(1)
Balloon-Frame Construction
310(1)
Steel-Frame Construction
311(2)
Suspension
313(1)
Reinforced Concrete
314(1)
Geodesic Domes
315(1)
Purposes of Architecture
316(11)
Two Museums
316(4)
Three Office Buildings
320(2)
Three Dwellings
322(5)
Recent Directions: Green Architecture
327(5)
Artists: Frank Lloyd Wright
324(2)
Artists: Samuel Mockbee
326(6)
Part Five Arts in Time
332(1)
Ancient Mediterranean Worlds
333(28)
The Oldest Art
333(3)
Mesopotamia
336(4)
Egypt
340(7)
The Aegean
347(1)
The Classical World: Greece and Rome
348(13)
Greece
348(8)
Rome
356
Art Issues: Whose Grave?
346(7)
Art People: Perikles
353(8)
Christianity and the Formation of Europe
361(18)
The Rise of Christianity
361(4)
Byzantium
365(2)
The Middle Ages in Europe
367(9)
The Early Middle Ages
368(2)
The High Middle Ages
370(6)
Toward the Renaissance
376(3)
Art People: Hildegard of Bingen
372(7)
The Renaissance
379(28)
The Early and High Renaissance in Italy
381(16)
The Renaissance in the North
397(6)
The Late Renaissance in Italy
403(4)
Artists: Michelangelo
388(16)
Art People: Giorgio Vasari
404(3)
The 17th and 18th Centuries
407(22)
The Baroque Era
407(12)
The 18th Century
419(6)
Revolution
425(4)
Artists: Rembrandt
417(5)
Thinking about Art: Academies
422(4)
Artists: Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun
426(3)
Arts of Islam and of Africa
429(15)
Arts of Islam
429(7)
Architecture: Mosques and Palaces
430(4)
Book Arts
434(2)
Arts of Daily Life
436(1)
Arts of Africa
436(8)
Crossing Cultures: Africa Looks Back
439(5)
Arts of East Asia: India, China, and Japan
444(28)
Arts of India
445(10)
Indus Valley Civilization
445(1)
Buddhism and Its Art
446(4)
Hinduism and Its Art
450(4)
Jain Art
454(1)
Mughal Art and Influence
455(1)
Arts of China
455(9)
The Formative Period: Shang to Qin
455(2)
Confucianism and Daoism: Han and Six Dynasties
457(1)
The Age of Buddhism: Tang
458(2)
The Rise of Landscape Painting: Song
460(1)
Scholars and Others: Yuan and Ming
461(3)
Arts of Japan
464(8)
New Ideas and Influences: Asuka
465(1)
Refinements of the Court: Heian
466(1)
Samurai Culture: Kamakura and Muromachi
467(3)
Splendor and Silence: Momoyama
470(1)
Art for Everyone: Edo
471
Crossing Cultures: The Early Buddha Image
449(4)
Art Issues: Saving Angkor Wat
453(19)
Arts of the Pacific and of the Americas
472(18)
Pacific Cultures
472(4)
The Americas
476(14)
Mesoamerica
476(6)
South and Central America
482(3)
North America
485(5)
The Modern World: 1800--1945
490(32)
Neoclassicism and Romanticism
491(2)
Realism
493(1)
Manet and Impressionism
494(5)
Post-Impressionism
499(4)
Bridging the Atlantic: America in the 19th Century
503(2)
Into the 20th Century: The Avant-Garde
505(8)
Freeing Color: Fauvism and Expressionism
505(3)
Shattering Form: Cubism
508(4)
Fantasy and Futurism
512(1)
World War I and After: Dada and Surrealism
513(4)
Between the Wars: Building New Societies
517(5)
Art Issues: Presenting the Past
498(3)
Artists: Paul Gauguin
501(9)
Artists: Pablo Picasso
510(12)
Art Since 1945
522(1)
The New York School
522(5)
Into the Sixties: Assemblage and Happenings
527(3)
Art of the Sixties and Seventies
530(7)
Pop Art
530(3)
Minimal Art and Earthworks
533(1)
Real, Super Real
534(1)
Conceptual Art
535(1)
Feminism and Feminist Art
536(1)
Art Since the Eighties: Postmodern World?
537(4)
The Painterly Image
541(2)
Words and Images, Issues and Identities
543(5)
Toward Theater: Performance and Installation
548(2)
The Digital Realm
550(1)
Being Human: The Life of the Body
551(2)
Being Human: The Life of the Spirit
553
Artists: Jackson Pollock
524(7)
Artists: Andy Warhol
531(7)
Artists: Alice Neel
538(7)
Art People: The Guerrilla Girls
545
Pronunciation Guide
Suggested Readings 1(1)
Notes to the Text
Glossary
Photographic Credits
Index 1


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