The A-Z of Art: The World's Greatest and Most Popular Artists and Their Works

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Carlton Books, Limited, Jan 1, 2004 - Art - 400 pages
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In The A-Z of Art you will discover a superb collection of paintings and other works from old and modern masters. Together they illustrate a brilliant range of styles and media, from all over the world and from every movement and era. This stunning art book provides a guide to 386 of the world's greatest artists and includes works from medieval times to the present day. Each artist is represented by a full-colour image of one of their most significant or interesting works and a stimulating and informative piece of text. As you turn the pages you will experience the incredible range of artistic variety, with the rich colours of a Renaissance masterpiece rubbing shoulders with a cool neo-Classical painting, or a serene Impressionist work nestling alongside a striking modern portrait. Among the great names you will find here are: Botticelli, Degas, Durer Manet, Michelangelo, Monet, Picasso, Rembrandt, Titian and Van Gogh.

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Contents

Agar Eileen
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Andre Carl 1
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Arp Jean
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About the author (2004)

Nicola Hodge is a contemporary artist who lives & works in London. Her illustration & cartoon work has been published widely, & she is currently researching a book on contemporary women artists.

Libby Anson is an art critic & lecturer in visual studies. She is a regular contributor to "Contemporary Art Magazine", "Untitled", "Artist's" & "Illustrator's Magazine", "Women's Art Magazine" & "Art Monthly".

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