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Living with Art (PKG)

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Edition:
5th
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9780079132123

ISBN10:
007913212X
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
10/1/1997
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McGraw-Hill College
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Summary

Known for its clear writing, diversity of art coverage, and elegant design, this superb reference offers a comprehensive, transcendentally illustrated introduction to the themes, design elements and principles, media, and history of art. New features and improvements, along with the highest production standards in paper, color quality, and binding, mark this fifth edition as the gold standard in its field.

Table of Contents

PART ONE INTRODUCTION 2(80)
CHAPTER 1 LIVING WITH ART
3(15)
THE IMPULSE FOR ART
4(3)
THE ROLE OF THE ARTIST
7(3)
THE ROLE OF THE OBSERVER
10(8)
ARTISTS VINCENT VAN GOGH
13
ART PEOPLE GERTRUDE STEIN
14
ARTISTS HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC
17
CHAPTER 2 WHAT IS ART?
18(28)
ART AND THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER
20(16)
Art and the Artist
21(3)
Art and Beauty
24(1)
Art and the "Real" World
25(6)
Representational Art
28(2)
Abstract Art
30(1)
Nonrepresentational Art
31(1)
Art as Expression
31(5)
ART CONCEPTS
36(10)
Form and Content
36(1)
Style
36(4)
Iconography
40(6)
ART ISSUES PUBLIC ART
23
ARTISTS HENRI ROUSSEAU
29
ARTISTS JACKSON POLLOCK
35
ARTISTS ALBRECHT DURER
42
ART PEOPLE THEO VAN GOGH
45
CHAPTER 3 THEMES AND PURPOSES OF ART
46(36)
ART IN THE SERVICE OF RELIGION
47(4)
PRIDE AND POLITICS
51(9)
ART AS THE MIRROR OF EVERYDAY LIFE
60(3)
ART AND NATURE
63(7)
IMAGINATION AND FANTASY
70(4)
BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH
74(8)
ART ISSUES PROTECTING A MASTERPIECE: GUERNICA
57
ARTISTS PAUL CEZANNE
67
ARTISTS GEORGIA O'KEEFFE
69
PART TWO THE VOCABULARY OF ART 82(72)
CHAPTER 4 THE VISUAL ELEMENTS
83(43)
LINE
83(9)
Functions of Line
84(4)
Outline and Form
84(1)
Movement and Emphasis
85(1)
Direction
86(1)
Pattern and Texture
87(1)
Shading and Modeling
88(1)
Types of Lines
88(4)
Actual Lines
89(1)
Implied Lines
90(1)
Lines Formed by Edges
90(2)
SHAPE AND MASS
92(2)
LIGHT, VALUE, AND COLOR
94(13)
Light
95(1)
Actual Light
95(1)
The Illusion of Light
96(1)
Value
96(2)
Color
98(9)
Color Theory
99(2)
Color Properties
101(1)
Light and Pigment
101(1)
Color Harmonies
102(2)
Optical Effects of Color
104(1)
Emotional Qualities of Color
105(2)
TEXTURE
107(3)
Actual Texture
108(1)
Visual Texture
108(1)
Pattern
109(1)
SPACE
110(10)
Three-Dimensional Space
110(1)
Two-Dimensional Space
111(9)
Spatial Organization
111(1)
Illusion of Depth
112(8)
TIME AND MOTION
120(6)
Elapsed Time
122(1)
Actual Motion
122(1)
Illusion of Motion
123(3)
ARTISTS RAPHAEL
91
ART ISSUES RESTORATION: THE LAST SUPPER
115
ARTISTS SUZANNE VALADON
121
ART PEOPLE GIORGIO VASARI
125
CHAPTER 5 PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN IN ART
126(28)
UNITY AND VARIETY
127(4)
BALANCE
131(7)
EMPHASIS AND FOCAL POINT
138(4)
PROPORTION AND SCALE
142(5)
RHYTHM
147(5)
ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES: A SUMMARY
152(2)
ARTISTS HENRI MATISSE
133
ARTISTS FRANCISCO DE GOYA
141
ART PEOPLE THE GUERRILLA GIRLS
151
PART THREE TWO-DIMENSIONAL MEDIA 154(110)
CHAPTER 6 DRAWING
155(17)
MATERIALS FOR DRAWING
156(11)
Dry Media
157(4)
Pencil
157(1)
Metalpoint
158(1)
Charcoal
159(1)
Chalk and Crayon
159(2)
Liquid Media
161(5)
Pen and Ink
161(3)
Brush and Ink
164(2)
New Drawing Media
166(1)
PURPOSES OF DRAWING
167(5)
Preliminary Study
167(1)
Illustration
168(1)
Expression
169(3)
ARTISTS REMBRANDT
163
ARTISTS KATHE KOLLWITZ
165
ART ISSUES WHY DO WE LOSE ART?
171
CHAPTER 7 PAINTING
172(17)
ENCAUSTIC
173(1)
FRESCO
173(2)
EGG TEMPERA
175(3)
OIL
178(4)
WATERCOLOR
182(2)
GOUACHE
184(1)
SYNTHETIC MEDIA
184(3)
PAINTING-RELATED TECHNIQUES
187(2)
Collage
187(1)
Mosaic
188(1)
ARTISTS JACOB LAWRENCE
177
ARTISTS ALICE NEEL
181
CHAPTER 8 PRINTS
189(26)
RELIEF
190(8)
Woodcut
191(5)
Linocut
196(1)
Wood Engraving
197(1)
INTAGLIO
198(5)
Engraving
198(1)
Drypoint
199(1)
Mezzotint
200(1)
Etching
200(2)
Aquatint
202(1)
LITHOGRAPHY
203(6)
SCREENPRINTING
209(3)
SPECIAL TECHNIQUES
212(3)
ARTISTS ON ARTISTS VAN GOGH ON HIROSHIGE
193
ARTISTS KATSUSHIKA HOKUSAI
195
ARTISTS EDVARD MUNCH
207
ARTISTS ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG
208
ARTISTS ANDY WARHOL
211
CHAPTER 9 THE CAMERA ARTS: PHOTOGRAPHY, FILM, AND VIDEO
215(39)
PHOTOGRAPHY
216(25)
The Still Camera and Its Beginnings
218(1)
Subject Matter in Photography
218(10)
Portraits
218(4)
Landscape
222(3)
Genre
225(2)
Abstraction
227(1)
Purposes of Photography
228(8)
The "Art" Photograph
228(3)
Photojournalism and Editorial Photography
231(5)
Special Effects and Techniques
236(3)
Photography and Motion
239(2)
FILM
241(11)
The Origins of Motion Pictures
241(1)
Films and Filmmakers
242(8)
Special Effects and Animation
250(2)
VIDEO
252(2)
ARTISTS JULIA MARGARET CAMERON
221
ARTISTS ALFRED STIEGLITZ
229
ART ISSUES CENSORSHIP: ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE
232
ARTISTS ALFRED HITCHCOCK
248
CHAPTER 10 GRAPHIC DESIGN
254(10)
THE TOOLS OF THE GRAPHIC DESIGNER
256(2)
ADVERTISING
258(1)
PRINT MEDIA: BOOKS AND MAGAZINES
259(4)
GRAPHICS AND THE COMPUTER
263(1)
ARTISTS NORMAN ROCKWELL
261
ARTISTS ON ARTISTS THE NEW YORKER ON PICASSO
262
PART FOUR THREE-DIMENSIONAL MEDIA 264(80)
CHAPTER 11 SCULPTURE
265(25)
METHODS OF SCULPTURE
266(12)
Modeling
266(1)
Casting
267(3)
Carving
270(3)
Assembling
273(5)
SCULPTURE AND THE THIRD DIMENSION
278(2)
THE HUMAN FIGURE IN SCULPTURE
280(3)
SCULPTURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT
283(5)
MOTION, LIGHT, AND TIME
288(2)
ARTISTS HENRY MOORE
271
ARTISTS DAVID SMITH
275
ARTISTS LOUISE NEVELSON
276
ARTISTS CHRISTO AND JEANNE-CLAUDE
287
CHAPTER 12 CRAFTS
290(15)
CLAY
291(4)
GLASS
295(2)
METAL
297(3)
WOOD
300(2)
FIBER
302(3)
ARTISTS MARIA MARTINEZ
293
CHAPTER 13 ARCHITECTURE
305(39)
STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS IN ARCHITECTURE
305(18)
Load-Bearing Construction
306(1)
Post-and-Lintel
307(1)
Round Arch and Vault
308(2)
Pointed Arch and Vault
310(1)
Complex Arches
311(1)
The Dome
312(3)
Cast-Iron Construction
315(2)
Balloon-Frame Construction
317(1)
Steel-Frame Construction
317(2)
Suspension
319(1)
Reinforced-Concrete Construction
320(1)
Geodesic Domes
321(2)
PURPOSES OF ARCHITECTURE
323(16)
Two Houses of Worship
323(3)
Three Museums
326(3)
Three Office Buildings
329(3)
Two Hotels
332(2)
Two Apartment Buildings
334(1)
Three Houses
335(4)
BEYOND THE BUILDING: ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN
339(5)
ARTISTS R. BUCKMINSTER FULLER
322
ARTISTS FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT
337
PART FIVE ARTS IN TIME 344(193)
CHAPTER 14 THE ANCIENT WORLD
345(20)
THE OLDEST ART
345(3)
PREHISTORIC ART
348(2)
MESOPOTAMIA
350(4)
EGYPT
354(6)
NUBIA
360(1)
INDUS VALLEY
361(1)
CHINA
361(1)
MESOAMERICA
362(1)
THE AEGEAN
363(2)
ART ISSUES WHOSE GRAVE IS THIS ANYWAY?
359
CHAPTER 15 GREECE AND ROME
365(15)
GREECE
365(9)
THE ETRUSCANS
374(1)
ROME
375(5)
ART PEOPLE PERICLES
369
ART ISSUES RESTORATION: LAOCOON
373
CHAPTER 16 CHRISTIAN ART IN EUROPE: THE EARLY CHURCH, BYZANTIUM, AND THE MIDDLE AGES
380(15)
THE EARLY CHRISTIANS
380(2)
BYZANTIUM
382(2)
THE MIDDLE AGES IN EUROPE
384(11)
The Early Middle Ages
385(3)
The High Middle Ages
388(4)
The Late Middle Ages
392(3)
ART PEOPLE HILDEGARD OF BINGEN
391
CHAPTER 17 THE RENAISSANCE
395(30)
THE RENAISSANCE IN ITALY
399(18)
THE RENAISSANCE IN THE NORTH
417(4)
LATE 16TH-CENTURY EUROPE
421(4)
ARTISTS LEONARDO DA VINCI
407
ARTISTS MICHELANGELO
409
ART PEOPLE VINCENZO PERUGIA
424
CHAPTER 18 THE 17TH AND 18TH CENTURIES
425(23)
THE BAROQUE STYLE IN EUROPE
425(13)
THE 18TH CENTURY
438(7)
REVOLUTION
445(3)
ARTISTS GIANLORENZO BERNINI
427
ARTISTS PETER PAUL RUBENS
432
ARTISTS ON ARTISTS PICASSO ON VELAZQUEZ
435
ARTISTS ELISABETH VIGEE-LEBRUN
444
CHAPTER 19 THE MODERN WORLD: 1800-1945
448(31)
FRANCE, EARLY 19TH CENTURY: NEOCLASSICISM, ROMANTICISM, REALISM
449(5)
FRANCE, LATE 19TH CENTURY: MANET
454(4)
IMPRESSIONISM AND POST-IMPRESSIONISM
458(6)
BRIDGING THE ATLANTIC: LATE 19TH CENTURY
464(2)
FRANCE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY: FAUVISM, CUBISM, AND OTHER MOVEMENTS
466(4)
EARLY 20TH CENTURY: EXPRESSIONISM
470(1)
SYNTHESIS AND AWAKENING: THE ARMORY SHOW
470(3)
NEW YORK IN THE TWENTIES: THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE
473(2)
EUROPE DURING AND AFTER WORLD WAR I: DADA AND SURREALISM
475(2)
BETWEEN WORLD WARS: THE BAUHAUS
477(2)
ARTISTS ROSA BONHEUR
455
ARTISTS EDOUARD MANET
457
ARTISTS PAUL GAUGUIN
463
ARTISTS PABLO PICASSO
468
CHAPTER 20 ART SINCE 1945
479(25)
NEW YORK: 1945-1960
479(7)
ART STYLES OF THE SIXTIES AND SEVENTIES
486(6)
Pop Art
486(1)
Minimal Art
487(2)
Realism
489(2)
Conceptual Art and Site Works
491(1)
ART OF THE EIGHTIES AND NINETIES
492(9)
The Figure as Symbol
493(1)
The Figure for Its Own Sake
494(1)
Abstraction
495(1)
Neo-Expressionism
495(2)
Reference, Quotation, and Appropriation
497(1)
Performance, Installations, and Combinations
498(3)
TOWARD THE MILLENNIUM
501(3)
ARTISTS LEE KRASNER
482
ART PEOPLE DOROTHY AND HERBERT VOGEL
503
CHAPTER 21 ART AROUND THE WORLD
504(33)
THE ARTS OF ASIA
505(17)
China
505(7)
India and Southeast Asia
512(5)
Japan
517(5)
THE ARTS OF THE AMERICAS
522(9)
Mesoamerica
523(2)
South America
525(1)
North America
526(5)
AFRICA
531(5)
OCEANIA
536(11)
ART ISSUES RESTORATION: ANGKOR WAT
515
MAPS
THE ANCIENT WORLD
347
THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST
350
GREECE IN THE AGE OF PERICLES
367
THE ROMAN EMPIRE AT ITS HEIGHT
375
EUROPE IN THE AGE OF CHARLEMAGNE
387
EUROPE IN RENAISSANCE
398
EUROPE ON THE BRINK OF REVOLUTION
440
HISTORICAL MAP OF ASIA
505
HISTORICAL MAP OF THE AMERICAS
522
HISTORICAL MAP OF AFRICA
531
PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 537(2)
BIBLIOGRAPHY AND SUGGESTED READINGS 539(3)
NOTES TO THE TEXT 542(2)
GLOSSARY 544(5)
INDEX 549(8)
PHOTOGRAPHIC CREDITS 557(1)
THE "LIVING WITH ART" TEAM 558


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