Art: The Critics' Choice : 150 Masterpieces of Western Art Selected and Defined by the Experts

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Marina Vaizey
Watson-Guptill Publications, 1999 - Art - 368 pages
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In a refreshingly different approach to art history, this masterful survey tells the story of art through a cross-section of 150 exemplary works selected, explained, and explored by world-renowned experts. 150 color illustrations.

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In Vaizey's Art: The Critics' Choice, art historians have selected their favorite works of Western art or those they deem the most influential from Antiquity through the present. Concise overviews of ... Read full review

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FOREWORD CHAPTER I
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The Early Renaissance
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About the author (1999)

Vaizey was educated at Cambridge and Harvard universities. She has been an art critic at The Sunday Times (London) for 18 years and serves as a trustee of several museums. Vaizey has curated a number of exhibitions and written many exhibition catalogues.

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