History of Art
This classic book uses an exceptional art program, featuring impeccable accurate five-color illustrations, to introduce readers to the vast world of painting, sculpture, architecture, photography, and the minor arts. With its effectively written, balanced, and interesting narrative, this book presents art as a succession of styles--from Prehistory through the 20th century--and enlarges the readers' capacity to appreciate works of art individually. Written more than 40 years ago, this text has been constantly reworked to respond to the needs of this ever-changing field. A reference work suitable for those employed in all art media, including painters, sculptors, photographers, and architects.
1 page matching Claude Lorrain in this book
Results 1-1 of 1
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
abstract achieved altar ancient animal arch architect architecture artist Baroque basilica body bronze building Byzantine Byzantine art Carolingian carved Cathedral century B.C. Chapel choir Christ Christian church classical color colorplate columns compare fig composition contrapposto contrast Cubism decoration detail developed dome Donatello Doric early Egypt Egyptian entire Etruscan expressive facade figures Florence France French fresco frieze Gallery Gothic Gothic architecture Greek groined vault Hagia Sophia height High Renaissance human important impressive interior Italian Italy landscape later Louvre Madonna marble Masaccio masters medieval ment Michelangelo Minoan modern monumental mosaics movement mural Museum Mycenae nave Neolithic nude original ornament painter painting Palace panel Paris pediment photographs pictorial picture portals portrait realism recall relief Roman Romanesque Rome scene sculpture seems sense shape shows space spirit statue stone structure style surface symbolic temple tion tombs tradition ture vase vault visual wall