Art History

Marilyn Stokstad David Cateforis

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Art History Exceptional in its scholarship and stunning in its beauty this is the art history book of choice for a new generation Balancing both the traditions of art history and the new trends of the present Ar

  • Title: Art History
  • Author: Marilyn Stokstad David Cateforis
  • ISBN: 9780131893009
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Exceptional in its scholarship and stunning in its beauty, this is the art history book of choice for a new generation Balancing both the traditions of art history and the new trends of the present Art History is the most comprehensive, accessible, and magnificently illustrated work of its kind.

    Art history Art history Arts and humanities Khan Academy Learn for free about math, art, computer programming, economics, physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, finance, history, and Khan Academy is a nonprofit with the mission of providing a free, world class education for anyone, anywhere. History of art Art history Britannica Art history, also called art historiography, historical study of the visual arts, being concerned with identifying, classifying, describing, evaluating, interpreting, and understanding the art products and historic development of the fields of painting, sculpture, architecture, the decorative arts, drawing, printmaking, photography, interior design, etc. ArtHistory Art history spans the entire history of humankind, from prehistoric times to the twenty first century Whether you like to observe caveman paintings or Botticelli angels, you can find visual arts that challenge your creative side and inspire you to find beauty in manmade forms. Art History Timeline and Ancient Art HISTORY HISTORY Art history tells the complex story of human civilization through art and design It ranges from prehistoric art of the Neolithic period through Renaissance masterpieces, Impressionism, Modernism, the Bauhaus and contemporary art. ART HISTORY RESOURCES ON THE WEB Site Index Current art history news, comments, updates, pictures, videos, reviews, information posted on FACEBOOK by Dr Christopher L.C.E Witcombe

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    1. Evan Leach on said:

      While I have always been interested in the history of art, I really didn’t know much about the subject. In order to rectify that fact, a few years ago I went in search of a good introductory book. After some research, I ended up picking up a copy of Marilyn Stokstad’s two-volume set, and I have been picking my way through it ever since, finally polishing volume two off earlier this week. Art History is designed as textbook for art history courses, and it can read like a textbook at times (al [...]

    2. Carol on said:

      It's huge, very heavy. Had to read the whole book (except architecture) for a 1 year docent class. Great resource -- but too big to carry to a class!!

    3. Steven Peterson on said:

      My son's textbook turns out to be a pleasure to me! This is Volume Two of a two volume set on art history. It covers the period from early Renaissance art in Europe to the post-1945 international avant-garde. In between is art from Europe and other parts of the world, including India, China, Japan, the Americas, the Pacific cultures, and Africa. The Introduction places the time frame in this book in context.The book begins with such architectural gems as the Church of Saint-Maclou in Rouen, van [...]

    4. Stephanie on said:

      If you want to read an Art History book read this one. Actually I have not only this book but she also broke it down into smaller sections which I used for my Asian Art class and really are more convenient. This book is huge and not one that you would carry around with you everywhere. That said though it is very well written and the vast amount of information given on a huge breadth of subjects is very impressive. The images are great quality and again amazing in their number. Not a dry read at [...]

    5. Meg on said:

      This was my textbook for AP Art History in high school and it remains my go-to reference for anything art related other than the most modern pieces (I have the 1996 version so it obviously doesn't cover present day). At 16 years old the binding is broken, the pages are torn, and there are hundreds of post-its marking favorite pages. If you are looking for an in-depth beginners reference, this is still a wonderful book to pick up today.

    6. Catherine on said:

      This book, this five lb. book was what I lugged around for four years. My lovely survey book. I would be lost without it. Filled with post-it notes and highlighter marks. Stokstad's Art History survey is amazing. If you are looking for a great coffee table book with lots of amazing info inside this is the book for you. This edition is not the one I had, mine was from 1999 but I think that one is out of print now

    7. Tlaloc on said:

      This book delves deep into the history of art and covers, to varying degrees, all continents and most historical periods. With hundreds of pictures, including paintings, architecture and landscapes. As much as I enjoyed it, the newer edition goes for ~$130 on , which I find ridiculous. I got mine second hand.

    8. enitsirK on said:

      I don't know why anyone would rate it a 2 or a 3. It's definitely a 5. :) Then again, we all have different tastes. This book is a wonderful resource for anyone interested in the Arts and for those who simply want to expand their horizon.

    9. Alcibiades on said:

      Finally done! But then I understood there should be better Art books lol

    10. Cheryl K on said:

      One of my favorite Art History books. A beautifully illustrated introduction of Art History throughout the ages.

    11. Juliannarose on said:

      this is my art history book from college and i love it beucase it is so heavy it keeps my crappy bookshelf from target from falling over.

    12. Arthistorynewsandviews on said:

      I Love this book!it is currently my textbook in my art history class and it is chock full of information about anything you need to know about art!this is a must read for ANY art historian!

    13. James on said:

      There's only so much love you can show a book on Art History. She managed to keep it from getting completely dry, but by the end I was still struggling.

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