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Art that changed the world

Author: Ian Chilvers; Iain Zaczek; Jude Welton; Caroline Bugler; Lorrie Mack
Publisher: New York : DK Publishing, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : First American editionView all editions and formats
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Using a visual timeline, tells the story of every major art style, movement by movement, by defining each artistic style and putting seminal works of genius in their historical context.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ian Chilvers; Iain Zaczek; Jude Welton; Caroline Bugler; Lorrie Mack
ISBN: 9781465414359 1465414355
OCLC Number: 827841927
Notes: Subtitle on cover: Transformative art movements and the paintings that inspired them.
Includes indexes.
Description: 400 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 31 cm
Contents: Ancient and medieval. --
Prehistoric art --
Egyptian art --
Greek and Roman art --
Early Christian and Byzantine --
The Dark Ages --
Romanesque and Gothic --
Renaissance and mannerism. --
Birth of the Renaissance --
Flowering of the Renaissance --
High Renaissance --
Venetian Renaissance --
Northern Renaissance --
Italian mannerism --
Mannerism outside Italy --
Baroque to neoclassicism. --
Italian Baroque --
Flemish and Spanish Baroque --
Dutch Baroque --
French Baroque --
French rococo --
Rococo outside France --
Neoclassicism --
The 19th century. --
Romanticism --
Romantic landscape --
Pre-Raphaelites --
Realism --
Impressionism --
Post-impressionism --
Symbolism --
The modern age. --
Expressionism --
Cubism --
Birth of abstract art --
Dada and surrealism --
Abstract expressionism --
Pop and op art --
Recent abstraction --
The figurative tradition.
Responsibility: chief consultant, Ian Chilvers ; contributors, Iain Zaczek, Jude Welton, Caroline Bugler, Lorrie Mack.

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Using a visual timeline, tells the story of every major art style, movement by movement, by defining each artistic style and putting seminal works of genius in their historical context.

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