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Author: William Fleming
Publisher: Fort Worth : Holt, Rinehart, & Winston, ©1991.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Fleming
ISBN: 0030404843 9780030404849 0030678919 9780030678912
OCLC Number: 22117792
Description: xiii, 642 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 29 cm
Contents: Onward into the past --
The Cro-Magnons --
The Mesopotamians --
The Egyptians --
The Minoan and Mycenaean cultures --
Ideas: Dynamics of history, Arts and society, Stylistic unity and diversity, Present and past --
PART 1: THE CLASSICAL PERIOD --
The Hellenic Style --
Athens, 5th century B.C. --
Architecture: The Acropolis and Propylaea, The Parthenon, The Erechtheum --
Sculpture: The Parthenon Marbles, The course of Hellenic sculpture --
Drama: Origins, Structure and scope --
Music: Music and literature, Music theory, Music and drama --
Ideas: Humanism, Idealism, Rationalism --
The Hellenic heritage --
The Hellenistic Style --
Pergamon, 2nd century B.C. --
Architecture: Upper Agora and Altar of Zeus, Athena precinct and theater, Royal residence --
Sculpture: First School of Pergamon, Second School/Altar of Zeus, Stylistic differences --
Paintings and mosaics: Pergamene painting and Roman adaptations, Mosaics --
Music: Phrygian music --
Ideas: Individualism, Realism, Empiricism --
The road to Rome --
The Roman Style --
The 2nd century A.D. --
Architecture and sculpture: Forum of Trajan, Imperial Baths, Colosseum and Aqueducts, The Pantheon, The Roman architectural contribution --
Music: Instruments and performing groups, Music in speech and drama --
Literature --
Ideas: Organization, Utilitarianism, The eternal city --
PART 2: THE MEDIEVAL PERIOD --
Late Antiquity: Early Roman Christian and Byzantine Styles --
Ravenna, late 5th and early 6th centuries --
Architecture and mosaics: Rectangular basilicas (Santʼ Apollinare Nuovo), Central type churches (San Vitale) --
Sculpture: Characteristic forms and representations --
Music: Theoretical discussions, Church music. Ideas: Authoritarianism, Mysticism --
The road northward --
The Monastic Romanesque Style --
The Monastery at Cluny --
Architecture: Third Abbey Church at Cluny --
Sculpture: Tympanum at Vezelay, Capitals at Vezelay, Works in metal --
Painting and other monastic crafts: Manuscript illumination and murals --
Music: Development of notation, Music pictured in sculpture, Early forms of polyphony --
Ideas: Asceticism, Hierarchism, Tradition and innovation --
The Feudal Romanesque Style --
The Bayeux --
Tapestry and the Norman Conquest --
Song of Roland --
The art of minstrelsy --
Norman Architecture: The tower of London, Abbey Churches at Caen --
Ideas: Feudalism, Feudal virtues, Ruggedness of feudal art --
The Gothic Style --
--
Ile-de-France, late 12th and 13th centuries --
Architecture of Chartres Cathedral: West façade, Nave, Transept, choir and apse, Interior lighting --
Sculpture of Chartres Cathedral: Iconography, West façade, north and south porches --
The stained glass of Chartres: Iconography and donors, rose windows --
Music: School of Notre Dame in Paris --
Ideas: Gothic dualism, The scholastic synthesis --
Late Medieval Styles --
English Gothic --
German Gothic --
Italian Gothic: The Basilica of St. Francis at Assisi, The Life of St. Francis in Fresco, Before and after the Black Death, Music and literature --
Ideas: Late medieval naturalism, Franciscan humanitarianism --
PART 3: THE RENAISSANCE --
The Florentine Renaissance Style --
Florence, 15th century: The Florentine City-State, Brunelleschiʼs Dome, Dome and dedication motet, Pazzi Chapel, Medici Riccardi Palace --
Sculpture: Ghibertiʼs East Doors, Donatello, Pollaiuolo and Verrocchio. Painting: Masaccio, Fra Angelico, Benozzo Gozzoli and Filippo Lippi, Paolo Uccello, Piero della Francesca, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci --
Poetry and music: Lorenzo as poet and patron, Carnival songs, Collaboration with Heinrich Isaac --
Ideas: Classical humanism, Scientific naturalism, Renaissance individualism --
The Roman Renaissance Style --
Rome, Early 16th century Sculpture: Michelangelo: The Pieta, tomb of Julius II --
Painting: Michelangeloʼs Sistine ceiling frescoes, Raphaelʼs Vatican murals --
The Dome of St. Peterʼs --
Josquin Desprez and the Sistine Chapel Choir --
Ideas: Humanism, Revival of classical forms, Pagan versus Christian ideals --
Northern Renaissance Styles --
The Northern scene: Commercial revolution, Expanding horizons --
Art in the North: Flanders --
The Germanies --
England --
Music: Orland Lassus, Tudor Composers --
Drama: Shakespeare, The Tempest --
Ideas: Christian Humanism, Luther and the Reformation --
The Venetian Renaissance and International Mannerism --
Renaissance Venice, 16th century --
Mannerist Europe, 16th century --
International Mannerism: Painting (Pontormo, Parmagianino, Bronzino), Sculpture (Cellini and Bologna), Architecture (Romano, Scamozzi, Zuccari) --
Ideas: Time and space --
Roads to the Baroque --
PART 4: THE BAROQUE PERIOD --
The Counter-Reformation Baroque Style --
Rome, late 16th and early 17th centuries --
Roman Counter-Reformation art --
Spanish Counter-Reformation art --
Ideas: Militant mysticism, St. Ignatius and the Jesuits, Mysticism and the arts --
The Bourgeois Baroque Style --
Amsterdam, 17th century --
Painting: Rembrandt, Hals, De Hooch and Ruisdael, Vermeer --
Music: Sweelinck, Bach. Ideas: Domesticity, Domesticity and the arts --
The Aristocratic Baroque Style: France and England --
France and absolute monarchy --
Architecture: Louvre Palace, Versailles Palace --
Sculpture --
Painting: Rubens, Poussin, Claude Lorrain --
Music: Lully and French opera --
England and limited monarchy --
Architecture: Banqueting House (Whitehall), St. Paulʼs Cathedral, Wrenʼs new plan for London --
Drama and music: Dryden, Purcell and English opera, Handel, opera and oratorio --
Ideas: Absolutism, Academicism, Baroque rationalism --
Dynamics of the Baroque: Expansion of time and space --
PART 5: THE REVOLUTIONARY PERIOD --
The 18th Century Styles --
The rococo: Architecture and the decorative arts, Painting and Sculpture --
Sensibility: Painting, Sculpture, Literature --
Reactions to the Enlightenment: Storm and stress --
The Mozartian synthesis: Don Giovanni --
Ideas: 18th century rationalism --
The Neoclassical Style --
Paris, early 19th century --
Architecture: Paris, the new Rome, Classic revivals elsewhere --
Painting: David and Neoclassicism, Ingres and academic art --
Sculpture: Canova --
Music: Napoleon as patron, Beethoven: the heroic ideal --
The archeological idea: Faithfulness to antique models, Emancipation of music --
The Romantic Style --
The romantic revolution: Liberty Leading the People, Eugene Delacroix, Theodore Gericault, Francisco Goya, Francois Rude --
Medieval revival: Gothic revival in England and America, Gothic Revival in Germany and France, Victor Hugo, Hector Berlioz, The Wagnerian Synthesis --
Individualism and nationalism --
Exoticism --
Back to nature --
Ideas: Romantic historicism. Realism, Impressionism and Symbolism --
Realism: Painterly, literary, architectural realism, Sculptural realism: Rodin --
Impressionism --
Postimpressionism --
Symbolism: Maeterlinckʼs symbolist drama --
Debussyʼs lyric drama --
Ideas: Alliance of art and science, Continuous flux, Bergsonʼs theory of time, Bergson and the arts --
Early Modern Styles --
The age of isms and schisms --
Expressionism and abstractionism: Neoprimitivism, Wild Beasts, The Bridge, Blue Rider and operatic uproars, Cubism, Futurism and the mechanical style, Dadaism and surrealism, Neoclassical interlude, Social realism, Nonobjectivism --
Architecture: Organic architecture (Sullivan and Wright), Art Deco, International style (Gropius and Le Corbusier) --
Ideas: Relativism, Relativism and the arts --
Later Modern Styles --
Revolutions and evolutions --
Modernism: The New York School, Abstract Expressionism, Stylistic fragments, Modern musical/architectural developments --
Ideas: The scientific worldview --
Postmodern Styles --
Postmodernism --
Postmodern painterly and sculptural developments: The new realism --
The new historicism --
Postmodern musical developments --
Postmodern architectural developments: Kahn and Venturi, Graves, Beebe and Moore --
Ideas: Existentialism --
Postmodern horizons.
Other Titles: Arts and ideas.
Responsibility: William Fleming.

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