Art History Bk. 4 : Fourteenth to Seventeenth Century Art

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  • Copyright: 2011-01-01
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Art History Portable Editionby Marilyn Stokstad offers exactly the same content asArt History, Third Editionbut in smaller individual booklets for maximum student portability. The combined six segment set consists of four booklets that correspond to major periods in Western art and two that cover global art. Each book is available individually, making them ideal for courses focused on individual periods. Book 4: Art History: Fourteenth to Seventeenth Century Art can be used for such courses as: Fourteenth-Century Art in Europe Fifteenth-Century Art in Northern Europe and the Iberian Peninsula Renaissance Art in Fifteenth Century Italy Sixteenth-Century Art in Italy Sixteenth-Century Art in Northern Europe and the Iberian Peninsula Baroque Art Book 1: Art History: Ancient Art Book 2: Art History: Medieval Art Book 3: Art History: A View of the World, Part One: Asian, African, and Islamic Art and Art of the Americas Book 4: Art History: Fourteenth to Seventeenth Century Art Book 5: Art History: A View of the World, Part Two: Asian, African, and Oceanic Art and Art of the Americas Book 6: Art History: Eighteenth to Twenty-First Century

Table of Contents

Use Notesv Starter Kitp. vi
Introductionp. xii
Fourteenth-Century Art in Europep. 552
Europein the Fourteenth Centuryp. 554
Italyp. 557
Florentine Architecture and Sculpturep. 557
Florentine Paintingp. 559
Sienese Paintingp. 567
Francep. 572
Manuscript Illuminationp. 572
Sculpturep. 573
Englandp. 575
Embroidery: Opus Anglicanump. 575
Architecturep. 576
The Holy Roman Empirep. 578
The Supremacy of Praguep. 578
Mysticism and Sufferingp. 580
In Perspectivep. 582
Timelinep. 583
Boxes The Object Speaks The Triumph of Deathp. 556
Technique Cennino Cennini (c. 1370-1440) on Paintingp. 564
Buon Frescop. 569
Art and Its Context A New Spirit in Fourteenth-Century Literaturep. 561
Fifteenth-Century Art in Northern Europe and The Iberian Peninsulap. 584
Humanism and The Northern Renaissancep. 586
Art for The French Ducal Courtsp. 587
Painting and Sculpture for the Chartreuse de Champmolp. 588
Manuscript Illuminationp. 590
The Fiber Artsp. 594
Painting in Flandersp. 596
The Founders of the Flemish Schoolp. 596
Painting at Midcentury: The Second Generationp. 604
Europe Beyond Flandersp. 609
Francep. 609
Spain and Portugalp. 611
Germany and Switzerlandp. 613
The Graphic Artsp. 614
Single Sheetsp. 614
Printed Booksp. 615
In Perspectivep. 616
Timelinep. 617
Boxes the Object Speakshans Memlingrsquo;s Saint Ursula Reliquaryp. 608
Technique Woodcuts and Engraving on Metalp. 615
Art and Its Context Altars and Altarpiecesp. 591
Women Artists in the Late Middle Ages and the Renaissancep. 592
Renaissance Art in Fifteenth-Century Italyp. 618
Humanism and The Italian Renaissancep. 620
Florencep. 621
Architecturep. 623
Sculpturep. 628
Paintingp. 634
Mural Painting in Florence after Masacciop. 638
Italian Art in The Second Half of the Fifteenth Centuryp. 640
Urbinop. 640
Mantuap. 644
Romep. 647
The Later Fifteenth Century in Florencep. 648
Venicep. 653
In Perspectivep. 655
Timelinep. 657
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