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The story of painting for young people, from cave painting to modern times,

Author: H W Janson; Dora Jane Janson
Publisher: New York, H.N. Abrams [©1952]
Series: Abrams art book.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A chronological survey of painting, from stone age to Dali, describing the influence of the times upon artists' techniques, choice of subjects, and schools of art.
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Genre/Form: History
Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Janson, H.W. (Horst Woldemar), 1913-1982.
Story of painting for young people.
New York, H.N. Abrams [©1952]
(OCoLC)755341141
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: H W Janson; Dora Jane Janson
OCLC Number: 1290593
Description: 164 pages illustrations (some color) 31 cm.
Contents: How painting began --
The old Stone Age --
The Middle Ages --
Early Christians and Byzantines --
Illuminated manuscripts --
Charlemagne --
Romanesque and Gothic --
Giotto and Italian painting --
International style --
Explorers and discoverers --
The Van Eycks --
Roger van der Weyden --
Other late Gotchic painters --
Masaccio and the early Renaissance --
Fra Angelico --
Fra Filippo Lippi --
Piero della Francesca --
Castagno --
Mantegna --
Ghirlandaio --
Botticelli --
Piero di Cosimo --
The age of genius --
The High Renaissance in Italy --
Leonardo --
Michelangelo --
Raphael --
Giorgione --
Titian --
Veronese --
Correggio --
The Renaissance in the North --
Grünewald --
Dürer --
Holbein --
Brueghel --
Mannerism --
Rosso --
Parmigianino --
Tintoretto --
El Greco --
The triumph of light --
The Baroque, a new international style --
Caravaggio --
Rubens --
The Utrecht School --
Hals --
Rembrandt --
Van Goyen --
Ruisdael --
Still life and genre painters --
Vermeer --
Velazquez --
Poussin and the French Academy --
Towards revolution --
Watteau and Rococo painting --
Chardin --
Greuze --
The rise of English and American painting --
Hogarth --
Gainsborough --
West --
Copley --
David and the French Revolution --
The age of machines --
The era of Napoleon --
Ingres --
Goya --
The Romantics --
Géricault --
Delacroix --
Constable --
Turner --
Three Americans: Hicks, Bingham, Homer --
Courbet --
Manet and Impressionism --
Renoir --
Degas --
Cézanne --
Seurat --
Van Gogh --
Gauguin --
Munch --
Toulouse-Lautrec --
Rousseau --
Painting in our own time --
What about the "isms?" --
Matisse, the "wild beasts," and Expressionism --
Modigliani --
Beckmann --
Marin --
Rouault --
Picasso --
Cubism and Abstraction --
Mondrian --
Fantastic art --
De Chirico --
Chagall --
Klee --
Miró --
Ernst --
Dali.
Series Title: Abrams art book.
Responsibility: by H.W. Janson and D.J. Janson.

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A chronological survey of painting, from stone age to Dali, describing the influence of the times upon artists' techniques, choice of subjects, and schools of art.

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