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KEY BENEFIT: Written for individuals who have little or no knowledge of the arts,Perceiving the Artshas a specific and limited purpose: to provide an introductory, technical, and respondent-related reference to the arts and literature.KEY TOPICS: Intended to give basic information about each of the arts disciplines-drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, architecture, music, theatre, dance, cinema, landscape architecture, and literature-the book seeks to give its readers touchstones concerning what to look and listen for in works of art and literature.MARKET: For arts and humanities instructors and enthusiasts.
Table of Contents
|Introduction: What are the Arts and How do we Respond to and Evaluate them?|
|Pictures: Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, and Photography||p. 28|
|For Further Exploration||p. 276|
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