Look!: The Fundamentals of Art History
Prentice Hall, 2003 - 168 pages
Written in a casual, personable, and unassuming style, this handbook introduces readers to the basic methods of art history and the visual and contextual analysis of works of art, and teaches them how to use these types of analysis in writing about art. Features a balanced selection of examples drawn from the arts of Europe, the United States, Asia, Africa, the Pacific and the Americas. Provides a comprehensive bibliography of art history periodicals, general guides and reference works, websites, history of art history, as well as writings by period and theme. Art History as a Discipline. The Fundamentals of Interpretation: Formal and Contextual Analysis. Writing Art History Papers. Navigating Art History Examinations. For those, particularly novices, interested in the contextual analysis of works of art.
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