Art History Portable Edition, Book 3 : A View of the World

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  • Edition: 3rd
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  • Copyright: 2009-01-01
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
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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 3: Art History: A View of the World-Part I can be used for such courses as: Islamic Art Art of South and Southeast Asia before 1200 Chinese and Korean Art before 1279 Japanese Art before 1392 Art of the Americas before 1300 Art of Ancient Africa 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

Islamic Artp. 282
Islam and Early Islamic Societyp. 284
Art During the Early Caliphatesp. 285
Architecturep. 286
Calligraphyp. 292
Ceramics and Textilesp. 294
Later Islamic Artp. 294
Architecturep. 295
Portable Artsp. 300
Manuscripts and Paintingp. 303
The Ottoman Empirep. 305
Architecturep. 305
Illuminated Manuscripts andTugrasp. 306
The Modern Erap. 307
In Perspectivep. 308
Timelinep. 309
Boxes the Object Speaksa Mamluk Glass Oil Lampp. 296
Elements of Architecture Mosque Planp. 289
Arches and Muqarnasp. 292
Technique Carpet Makingp. 303
Art and Its Context The Five Pillars of Islamp. 299
Art of South and Southeast Asia Before 1200p. 310
The Indian Subcontinentp. 312
Indusvalley Civilizationp. 312
The Vedic Periodp. 315
The Maurya Periodp. 316
The Period of the Shungas and Early Andhrasp. 319
Stupasp. 319
Buddhist Rock-Cut Hallsp. 321
The Kushan and Later Andhra Periodsp. 322
The Gandhara Schoolp. 323
The Mathura Schoolp. 323
The Amaravati Schoolp. 32
The Gupta Periodp. 325
Buddhist Sculpturep. 326
Paintingp. 326
The Post-Gupta Periodp. 327
The Early Northern Templep. 327
Monumental Narrative Reliefsp. 329
The Early Southern Templep. 333
The Tenth Through the Fourteenth Centuriesp. 333
The Monumental Northern Templep. 333
The Monumental Southern Templep. 335
The Bhakti Movement in Artp. 336
Art of Southeast Asiap. 336
In Perspectivep. 340
Timelinep. 341
Boxes the Object Speaksshiva Nataraja of the Chola Dynastyp. 331
Elements of Architecture Stupas and Templesp. 320
Art and Its Context Meaning and Ritual in Hindu Temples and Imagesp. 328
Myths and Religion Buddhismp. 317
Hinduismp. 318
Mudrasp. 325
Chinese and Korean Art Before 1279p. 342
The Middle Kingdomp. 344
Neolithic Culturesp. 344
Painted Pottery Culturesp. 344
Liangzhu Culturep. 345
Bronze Age Chinap. 346
Shang Dynastyp. 346
Zhou Dynastyp. 348
The Chinese Empire: Qin Dynastyp. 349
Han Dynastyp. 349
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