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Art History 5th Edition (PDF) continues to balance formal analysis with contextual art history in order to involve a diverse student audience. Authors Michael Cothren and Marilyn Stokstad; both scholars as well as teachers; share a common vision that survey courses should be filled with as much enjoyment as learning; and that they should foster a passionate; as well as an educated; public for the visual arts.

This revision is the most comprehensive and strongest learning program for measuring student progress and improving student success in achieving the outcomes and goals of the art history survey course. Not only does the textbook address four all-embracing goals of the survey course; the new MyArtsLab further develops and supports these outcomes and skills with market-leading learning tools such as personalized study plans for every art student and multimedia assets geared towards addressing different abilities and learning styles; such as chapter audio; Closer Looks; student videos; architectural panoramas and much more.

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An outstanding resource accessible to first-year and other students; but full of information to keep all readers absorbed through excellent writing and examples. It is beautifully illustrated and the electronic support is superb.” — William Ganis; Wells College

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book-author

Marilyn Stokstad

publisher

Pearson; 5th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

1240 pages

language

English

isbn10

205873472

isbn13

9780205873470

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Cover……Page 1
Title Page……Page 2
Copyright Page……Page 3
Contents……Page 5
Letter from the Author……Page 15
What’s New……Page 16
MyArtsLab……Page 17
Pearson Choices……Page 19
Acknowledgments and Gratitude……Page 20
Use Notes……Page 22
Starter Kit……Page 23
Introduction……Page 27
CHAPTER 1 Prehistoric Art……Page 44
THE PALEOLITHIC PERIOD……Page 45
Shelter or Architecture?……Page 47
Artifacts or Works of Art?……Page 48
Prehistoric Wall Painting……Page 51
Cave Sculptures……Page 54
How Early Art is Dated……Page 55
Architecture……Page 56
Pottery and Ceramics……Page 63
The Bronze Age……Page 66
Rock Carvings……Page 67
The Power of Naming……Page 49
Intentional House Burning……Page 59
Prehistoric Woman and Man……Page 65
A House in Çatalhöyük……Page 58
Early Construction Methods……Page 62
CHAPTER 2 Art of the Ancient Near East……Page 70
Sumer……Page 71
Akkad……Page 78
THE HITTITES OF ANATOLIA……Page 80
Kalhu……Page 81
Dur Sharrukin……Page 84
Enemies Crossing the Euphrates to Escape Assyrian Archers……Page 85
PERSIA……Page 87
Art as Spoils of War—Protection or Theft?……Page 77
The Code of Hammurabi……Page 82
A Lyre from a Royal Tomb in Ur……Page 75
Cuneiform Writing……Page 73
CHAPTER 3 Art of Ancient Egypt……Page 92
The God-Kings……Page 93
Egyptian Symbols……Page 94
Preserving the Dead……Page 96
The Great Pyramids at Giza……Page 99
Sculpture……Page 101
Pictorial Relief in Tombs……Page 104
Rock-Cut Tombs……Page 105
Funerary Stelai……Page 106
The Great Temple Complexes……Page 108
Hatshepsut……Page 110
The Tomb of Ramose……Page 112
Akhenaten and the Art of the Amarna Period……Page 113
The Return to Tradition: Tutankhamun and Ramses II……Page 116
THE THIRD INTERMEDIATE PERIOD, C. 1075–715 BCE……Page 120
LATE EGYPTIAN ART, C. 715–332 BCE……Page 121
The Temples of Ramses II at Abu Simbel……Page 117
The Palette of Narmer……Page 95
Mastaba to Pyramid……Page 98
Egyptian Pictorial Relief……Page 107
Glassmaking……Page 119
How Early Art is Dated……Page 122
CHAPTER 4 Art of the Ancient Aegean……Page 124
THE CYCLADIC ISLANDS……Page 125
The Old Palace Period, C. 1900–1700 BCE……Page 127
Pioneers of Aegean Archaeology……Page 128
Aegean Metalwork……Page 133
The “Flotilla Fresco” from Akrotiri……Page 135
The “Mask of Agamemnon”……Page 140
Ceramic Arts……Page 142
The Lion Gate……Page 138
CHAPTER 5 Art of Ancient Greece……Page 144
The Geometric Period……Page 145
THE ARCHAIC PERIOD, C. 600–480 BCE……Page 148
The Sanctuary at Delphi……Page 150
Temples……Page 151
Free-standing Sculpture……Page 157
Painted Pots……Page 160
Classic and Classical……Page 163
Ceramic Painting……Page 169
The Riace Warriors……Page 170
The Akropolis……Page 171
The Parthenon……Page 172
The Propylaia and the Erechtheion……Page 178
The Athenian Agora……Page 180
City Plans……Page 181
Women at a Fountain House……Page 182
Painting……Page 183
THE LATE CLASSICAL PERIOD, C. 400–323 BCE……Page 184
Sculpture……Page 185
Painting and Mosaics……Page 188
The Corinthian Order in Hellenistic Architecture……Page 190
Sculpture……Page 192
Greek and Roman Deities……Page 147
Who Owns the Art? The Elgin Marbles and the Euphronios Krater……Page 176
Greek Theaters……Page 191
The Celts……Page 193
The Tomb of the Diver……Page 167
The Death of Sarpedon……Page 162
The Greek Orders……Page 153
Color in Greek Sculpture……Page 156
Black-Figure and Red-Figure……Page 161
“The Canon” of Polykleitos……Page 177
CHAPTER 6 Etruscan and Roman Art……Page 200
Etruscan Temples……Page 201
Tomb Chambers……Page 203
Works in Bronze……Page 207
THE REPUBLIC, 509–27 BCE……Page 209
Roman Writers on Art……Page 210
THE EARLY EMPIRE, 27 BCE–96 CE……Page 214
The Julio-Claudians……Page 215
Roman Cities and the Roman Home……Page 219
Wall Painting……Page 222
The Flavians……Page 227
Imperial Architecture……Page 233
Imperial Portraits……Page 243
Sarcophagus with the Indian Triumph of Dionysus……Page 245
The Severan Dynasty……Page 246
The Soldier Emperors……Page 248
Constantine the Great……Page 250
Roman Art after Constantine……Page 254
Roman Portraiture……Page 211
August Mau’s Four Styles of Pompeian Painting……Page 225
A Painter at Work……Page 226
The Ara Pacis Augustae……Page 217
Roman Architectural Orders……Page 204
The Roman Arch……Page 213
Roman Vaulting……Page 230
Concrete……Page 237
Roman Mosaics……Page 242
The Capitoline She-Wolf……Page 208
The Mildenhall Treasure……Page 255
CHAPTER 7 Jewish and Early Christian Art……Page 258
Early Jewish Art……Page 259
Early Christian Art……Page 263
Rome……Page 266
Ravenna and Thessaloniki……Page 270
The Life of Jesus……Page 273
The Oratory of Galla Placidia in Ravenna……Page 271
The Mosaic Floor of the Beth Alpha Synagogue……Page 262
Longitudinal-Plan and Central-Plan Churches……Page 268
Dura-Europos……Page 264
CHAPTER 8 Byzantine Art……Page 276
BYZANTIUM……Page 277
The Golden Age of Justinian……Page 278
Objects of Veneration and Devotion……Page 287
Icons and Iconoclasm……Page 289
Architecture and Wall Painting in Mosaic and Fresco……Page 291
Precious Objects of Commemoration, Veneration, and Devotion……Page 298
Constantinople: The Chora Church……Page 301
Icons……Page 305
Naming Christian Churches: Designation + Dedication + Location……Page 282
Scroll and Codex……Page 288
Iconoclasm……Page 290
The Funerary Chapel of Theodore Metochites……Page 303
Icon of St. Michael the Archangel……Page 300
Pendentives and Squinches……Page 281
CHAPTER 9 Islamic Art……Page 308
ISLAM AND EARLY ISLAMIC SOCIETY……Page 309
Ornament……Page 311
Architecture……Page 312
Calligraphy……Page 318
Lusterware……Page 319
Architecture……Page 320
Luxury Arts……Page 326
The Arts of the Book……Page 327
The Ottoman Empire……Page 329
The Safavid Dynasty……Page 332
THE MODERN ERA……Page 334
The Five Pillars of Islam……Page 314
The Great Mosque of Cordoba……Page 315
A Mamluk Glass Oil Lamp……Page 322
Arches……Page 317
Carpet Making……Page 335
CHAPTER 10 Art of South and Southeast Asia before 1200……Page 338
The Indus Civilization……Page 339
The Maurya Period……Page 342
Buddhism……Page 344
The Kushan Period……Page 349
Mudras……Page 351
Other Developments, Fourth–Sixth Century……Page 355
The Pallava Period……Page 358
The Seventh Through Twelfth Centuries……Page 360
The Chola Period……Page 363
Early Southeast Asia……Page 364
Sixth to the Ninth Century……Page 366
Tenth Through Twelfth Centuries……Page 370
Hinduism……Page 352
Shiva Nataraja of the Chola Dynasty……Page 365
The Great Departure……Page 347
Stupas and Temples……Page 345
CHAPTER 11 Chinese and Korean Art before 1279……Page 374
Liangzhu Culture……Page 375
Shang Dynasty……Page 377
Piece-Mold Casting……Page 378
THE CHINESE EMPIRE: QIN DYNASTY……Page 379
Daoism……Page 381
Painting……Page 384
Calligraphy……Page 386
Buddhist Art and Architecture……Page 387
Buddhist Art and Architecture……Page 388
Figure Painting……Page 390
SONG DYNASTY……Page 391
Pagodas……Page 394
Southern Song Painting and Ceramics……Page 397
The Three Kingdoms Period……Page 399
The Unified Silla Period……Page 400
Goryeo Dynasty……Page 401
Chinese Characters……Page 380
Confucius and Confucianism……Page 385
The Silk Road during the Tang Period……Page 392
A Reception in the Palace……Page 383
CHAPTER 12 Japanese Art before 1333……Page 404
Kofun Period……Page 405
ASUKA PERIOD……Page 407
Writing, Language, and Culture……Page 408
NARA PERIOD……Page 410
Esoteric Buddhist Art……Page 412
Pure Land Buddhist Art……Page 414
Secular Painting and Calligraphy……Page 416
KAMAKURA PERIOD……Page 419
Arms and Armor……Page 420
Zen Buddhist Art……Page 424
Buddhist Symbols……Page 411
Daruma, Founder of Zen……Page 423
The Tale of Genji……Page 417
Joined-Block Wood Sculpture……Page 415
The Great Buddha Hall……Page 413
CHAPTER 13 Art of the Americas before 1300……Page 426
The Olmec……Page 427
Teotihuacan……Page 430
Maya Writing……Page 433
CENTRAL AMERICA……Page 439
Andean Textiles……Page 440
Chavin de Huantar……Page 441
The Moche Culture……Page 442
The East……Page 444
The North American Southwest……Page 447
The Cosmic Ballgame……Page 438
Rock Art……Page 449
Shield Jaguar and Lady Xok……Page 437
CHAPTER 14 Early African Art……Page 452
AFRICAN ROCK ART……Page 453
Saharan Rock Art……Page 454
The Myth of “Primitive” Art……Page 455
Southern African Rock Art……Page 457
Ife……Page 458
Roped Pot on a Stand……Page 459
OTHER URBAN CENTERS……Page 462
Jenné……Page 465
Great Zimbabwe……Page 466
Aksum and Lalibela……Page 467
Kongo Kingdom……Page 468
EXPORTING TO THE WEST……Page 470
A Warrior Chief Pledging Loyalty……Page 463
Lost-Wax Casting……Page 461
CHAPTER 15 Early Medieval Art in Europe……Page 472
THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES……Page 473
Defining the Middle Ages……Page 474
The Celts and Anglo-Saxons in Britain……Page 476
Illustrated Books……Page 478
Beatus Manuscripts……Page 482
The Oseberg Ship……Page 484
Timber Architecture……Page 485
Carolingian Architecture……Page 487
Illustrated Books……Page 491
Psalm 23 in the Utrecht Psalter……Page 493
Ottonian Architecture……Page 495
Ottonian Sculpture……Page 497
Illustrated Books……Page 499
The Medieval Scriptorium……Page 481
The Lindisfarne Gospels……Page 479
Sutton Hoo……Page 477
CHAPTER 16 Romanesque Art……Page 502
The Church……Page 503
ROMANESQUE ART……Page 504
ARCHITECTURE……Page 505
Pilgrimage Churches……Page 506
Cluny……Page 508
The Cistercians……Page 511
Regional Styles in Romanesque Architecture……Page 512
Secular Architecture: Dover Castle, England……Page 520
The Romanesque Church Portal……Page 521
The Priory Church of Saint-Pierre at Moissac……Page 522
The Church of Saint-Lazare at Autun……Page 525
Mary as the Throne of Wisdom……Page 528
Tomb of Rudolf of Swabia……Page 529
Chronicling History……Page 530
Sacred Books……Page 533
The Pilgrim’s Journey to Santiago……Page 507
Relics and Reliquaries……Page 510
St. Bernard and Theophilus: The Monastic Controversy over the Visual Arts……Page 513
The Paintings of San Climent in Taull: Mozarabic Meets Byzantine……Page 516
Hildegard of Bingen……Page 535
The Bayeux Embroidery……Page 531
The Last Judgment Tympanum at Autun……Page 526
CHAPTER 17 Gothic Art of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries……Page 538
The Rise of Urban and Intellectual Life……Page 539
Abbot Suger on the Value of Art in Monasteries……Page 540
The Birth of Gothic at the Abbey Church of Saint-Denis……Page 541
Rib Vaulting……Page 542
Art in the Age of St. Louis……Page 557
Manuscript Illumination……Page 558
Architecture……Page 561
GOTHIC ART IN GERMANY AND THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE……Page 563
Architecture……Page 564
Sculpture……Page 566
Sculpture: The Pisano Family……Page 568
Painting……Page 570
Master Masons……Page 547
Villard de Honnecourt……Page 554
The Sainte-Chapelle in Paris……Page 555
Psalm 1 in the Windmill Psalter……Page 559
The Gothic Church……Page 546
Stained-Glass Windows……Page 544
CHAPTER 18 Fourteenth-Century Art in Europe……Page 574
FOURTEENTH-CENTURY EUROPE……Page 575
A New Spirit in Fourteenth-Century Literature……Page 576
Florentine Painting……Page 579
Sienese Painting……Page 585
FRANCE……Page 591
Manuscript Illumination……Page 592
Embroidery: Opus Anglicanum……Page 597
Architecture……Page 599
Mysticism and Suffering……Page 600
The Supremacy of Prague……Page 602
The Black Death……Page 593
An Ivory Chest with Scenes of Romance……Page 595
The Hours of Jeanne d’Évreux……Page 594
Buon Fresco……Page 582
Cennino Cennini on Panel Painting……Page 589
CHAPTER 19 Fifteenth-Century Art in Northern Europe……Page 606
Painting and Sculpture for the Chartreuse de Champmol……Page 607
Women Artists in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance……Page 611
Textiles……Page 613
Oil Painting……Page 616
Painting at Mid Century: The Second Generation……Page 625
EUROPE BEYOND FLANDERS……Page 628
France……Page 629
Germany and Switzerland……Page 631
Single Sheets……Page 634
Woodcuts and Engravings on Metal……Page 635
Altars and Altarpieces……Page 609
The Ghent Altarpiece……Page 621
A Goldsmith in his Shop……Page 626
CHAPTER 20 Renaissance Art in Fifteenth-Century Italy……Page 638
FLORENCE……Page 639
Architecture……Page 640
Sculpture……Page 647
Painting……Page 652
Painting in Florence after Masaccio……Page 656
Urbino……Page 660
Mantua……Page 663
Rome……Page 664
Florence……Page 665
Venice……Page 672
The Competition Reliefs……Page 646
The Morelli–Nerli Wedding Chests……Page 659
The Foundling Hospital……Page 643
Primavera……Page 671
Renaissance Perspective……Page 653
CHAPTER 21 Sixteenth-Century Art in Italy……Page 676
ITALY IN THE EARLY SIXTEENTH CENTURY: THE HIGH RENAISSANCE……Page 677
Three Great Artists of the Early Sixteenth Century……Page 678
Architecture, Painting, and Sculpture in Northern Italy……Page 695
Venice and the Veneto……Page 699
MANNERISM……Page 704
Painting……Page 705
Sculpture……Page 710
Art and Architecture in Rome and the Vatican……Page 711
Oil Painting……Page 715
Veronese is Called Before the Inquisition……Page 716
The Vitruvian Man……Page 682
St. Peter’s Basilica……Page 696
Women Patrons of the Arts……Page 703
Raphael’s Cartoons for Tapestries in the Sistine Chapel……Page 691
The School of Athens……Page 685
CHAPTER 22 Sixteenth-Century Art in Northern Europe and the Iberian Peninsula……Page 722
THE REFORMATION AND THE ARTS……Page 723
Sculpture……Page 724
Painting……Page 726
A French Renaissance under Francis I……Page 734
SPAIN AND PORTUGAL……Page 737
Sculpture for the Knights of Christ at Tomar……Page 738
Painting……Page 739
Art for Aristocratic and Noble Patrons……Page 741
Antwerp……Page 745
Artists in the Tudor Court……Page 750
Architecture……Page 753
The Castle of the Ladies……Page 735
Armor for Royal Games……Page 752
Bruegel’s Cycle of the Months……Page 747
The French Ambassadors……Page 749
German Metalwork: A Collaborative Venture……Page 725
CHAPTER 23 Seventeenth-Century Art in Europe……Page 756
Architecture and Sculpture in Rome……Page 757
Painting……Page 763
Painting in Spain’s Golden Age……Page 773
Architecture in Spain……Page 778
Flanders……Page 779
The Dutch Republic……Page 785
FRANCE……Page 800
Architecture and its Decoration at Versailles……Page 801
Painting……Page 803
Architecture……Page 809
Science and the Changing Worldview……Page 799
Garden Design……Page 804
Caravaggio in the Contarelli Chapel……Page 767
Prometheus Bound……Page 783
Etchings and Drypoint……Page 791
CHAPTER 24 Art of South and Southeast Asia after 1200……Page 814
Changes in Religion and Art……Page 815
Mughal Period……Page 819
Indian Painting on Paper……Page 825
Southeast Asian Ceramics……Page 828
Modern South Asia……Page 832
Modern Southeast Asia……Page 834
Foundations of Indian Culture……Page 817
Painting of Jahangir and Shah Abbas……Page 821
The Sukhothai Buddha……Page 830
CHAPTER 25 Chinese and Korean Art after 1279……Page 836
YUAN DYNASTY……Page 837
Court and Professional Painting……Page 840
Formats of Chinese Painting……Page 842
The Secret of Porcelain……Page 843
The Literati Aesthetic……Page 845
Orthodox Painting……Page 849
THE MODERN PERIOD……Page 850
ARTS OF KOREA: THE JOSEON DYNASTY TO THE MODERN ERA……Page 851
Joseon Painting……Page 852
Modern Korea……Page 854
Foundations of Chinese Culture……Page 838
Marco Polo……Page 839
Poet on a Mountaintop……Page 846
Spring Dawn in the Han Palace……Page 844
CHAPTER 26 Japanese Art after 1333……Page 858
Zen Ink Painting……Page 859
The Zen Dry Garden……Page 861
Foundations of Japanese Culture……Page 862
Decorative Paintings for Shoin Rooms……Page 863
The Tea Ceremony……Page 865
Rinpa School Painting……Page 866
Inside a Writing Box……Page 869
Literati Painting……Page 870
Japanese Woodblock Prints……Page 871
Cloth and Ceramics……Page 873
THE MODERN PERIOD……Page 875
Japan after World War II……Page 876
Craftsmakers as Living National Treasures……Page 877
Lacquer Box for Writing Implements……Page 867
Woman’s Kosode……Page 874
Shoin Design……Page 864
CHAPTER 27 Art of the Americas after 1300……Page 880
THE AZTEC EMPIRE……Page 881
Tenochtitlan……Page 882
Sculpture……Page 883
Calendar Stone……Page 884
Manuscripts……Page 885
Inca Masonry……Page 886
Machu Picchu……Page 887
Textiles……Page 888
NORTH AMERICA……Page 889
The Eastern Woodlands……Page 890
The Great Plains……Page 893
The Northwest Coast……Page 894
The Southwest……Page 896
Craft or Art?……Page 900
Hamatsa Masks……Page 897
Basketry……Page 891
CHAPTER 28 Art of Pacific Cultures……Page 904
THE PEOPLING OF THE PACIFIC……Page 905
AUSTRALIA……Page 906
MELANESIA……Page 907
New Guinea……Page 908
New Ireland……Page 910
New Britain……Page 911
MICRONESIA……Page 912
POLYNESIA……Page 913
Marquesas Islands……Page 914
Monumental Moai on Rapa Nui……Page 917
Samoa……Page 918
Central Desert Painting……Page 919
Man’s Love Story……Page 921
Te-Hau-ki-Turanga……Page 915
CHAPTER 29 Art of Africa in the Modern Era……Page 924
TRADITIONAL AND CONTEMPORARY AFRICA……Page 925
Domestic Architecture……Page 927
Foundations of African Cultures……Page 928
Initiation……Page 929
The Spirit World……Page 933
Leadership……Page 935
Death and Ancestors……Page 941
CONTEMPORARY ART……Page 943
Divination among the Chokwe……Page 936
Kuba Funerary Mask……Page 939
Kongo Nkisi Nkonde……Page 937
CHAPTER 30 Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century Art in Europe and North America……Page 948
INDUSTRIAL, INTELLECTUAL, AND POLITICAL REVOLUTIONS……Page 949
Rococo Salons……Page 950
Rococo Painting and Sculpture……Page 951
Rococo Church Decoration……Page 955
Grand Tour Portraits and Views……Page 956
Neoclassicism in Rome……Page 958
NEOCLASSICISM AND EARLY ROMANTICISM IN BRITAIN……Page 960
The Classical Revival in Architecture and Design……Page 961
Georgian Silver……Page 964
Trends in British Painting……Page 965
Architecture……Page 975
Painting and Sculpture……Page 977
Portraiture and Protest in Spain: Goya……Page 983
The Art of the Americas under Spain……Page 986
EARLY NINETEENTH-CENTURY ART: NEOCLASSICISM AND ROMANTICISM……Page 988
Developments in France……Page 989
Lithography……Page 997
GOTHIC AND NEOCLASSICAL STYLES IN EARLY NINETEENTH-CENTURY ARCHITECTURE……Page 1001
Academies and Academy Exhibitions……Page 969
The Raft of the “Medusa”……Page 991
Iron as a Building Material……Page 971
CHAPTER 31 Mid- to Late Nineteenth-Century Art in Europe and the United States……Page 1006
FRENCH ACADEMIC ARCHITECTURE AND ART……Page 1007
Academic Architecture……Page 1008
Academic Painting and Sculpture……Page 1009
Orientalism……Page 1011
Realism and Revolution……Page 1015
Manet: “The Painter of Modern Life”……Page 1019
Responses to Realism beyond France……Page 1023
Landscape and Leisure……Page 1030
Modern Life……Page 1034
Post-Impressionism……Page 1037
Symbolism……Page 1042
French Sculpture……Page 1046
Art Nouveau……Page 1047
European Architecture: Technology and Structure……Page 1050
The Chicago School……Page 1052
Cézanne……Page 1055
The Mass Dissemination of Art……Page 1021
Art on Trial in 1877……Page 1028
Modern Artists and World Cultures: Japonisme……Page 1039
Mahana no atua (Day of the God)……Page 1043
The City Park……Page 1053
The Photographic Process……Page 1014
CHAPTER 32 Modern Art in Europe and the Americas, 1900–1950……Page 1060
EUROPE AND AMERICA IN THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY……Page 1061
The Fauves: Wild Beasts of Color……Page 1062
Picasso, “Primitivism,” and the Coming of Cubism……Page 1064
The Bridge and Primitivism……Page 1069
Independent Expressionists……Page 1071
Spiritualism of the Blue Rider……Page 1072
Extensions of Cubism……Page 1074
Toward Abstraction in Traditional Sculpture……Page 1079
Dada: Questioning Art Itself……Page 1080
Stieglitz and the “291” Gallery……Page 1083
The Armory Show and Home-Grown Modernism……Page 1084
European Modernism……Page 1087
American Modernism……Page 1089
Utilitarian Art Forms in Russia……Page 1093
De Stijl in the Netherlands……Page 1095
The Bauhaus in Germany……Page 1097
The International Style……Page 1100
The Harlem Renaissance……Page 1103
Rural America……Page 1108
Canada……Page 1110
Mexico……Page 1111
Brazil……Page 1113
Figural Responses and Art Informel in Europe……Page 1114
Experiments in Latin America……Page 1115
Abstract Expressionism in New York……Page 1116
Suppression of the Avant-Garde in Nazi Germany……Page 1099
Federal Patronage for American Art During the Depression……Page 1109
Guernica……Page 1105
Portrait of a German Officer……Page 1085
The Skyscraper……Page 1092
CHAPTER 33 The International Scene since 1950……Page 1126
Assemblage……Page 1127
Happenings and Performance Art……Page 1130
Photography……Page 1132
Pop Art……Page 1134
Minimalism……Page 1138
Conceptual and Performance Art……Page 1139
Process Art……Page 1142
Feminism and Art……Page 1144
Earthworks and Site-Specific Sculpture……Page 1145
Mid-century Modernist Architecture……Page 1147
Postmodern Architecture……Page 1149
Painting……Page 1150
Postmodernism and Gender……Page 1152
Postmodernism and Race or Ethnicity……Page 1154
Sculpture……Page 1157
The Culture Wars……Page 1159
Activist Art……Page 1163
Postcolonial Discourse……Page 1167
High Tech and Deconstructivist Architecture……Page 1168
Video and Film……Page 1171
GLOBALISM: INTO THE NEW MILLENNIUM……Page 1172
Art and Technology……Page 1173
Art and Identities……Page 1175
The Guerrilla Girls……Page 1153
Controversies over Public Funding for the Arts……Page 1161
The Dinner Party……Page 1143
Plenty’s Boast……Page 1160
B……Page 1181
C……Page 1182
F……Page 1183
I……Page 1184
M……Page 1185
P……Page 1186
R……Page 1187
S……Page 1188
Z……Page 1189
Bibliography……Page 1190
Credits……Page 1202
A……Page 1206
B……Page 1209
C……Page 1211
D……Page 1214
E……Page 1215
F……Page 1216
G……Page 1217
H……Page 1219
I……Page 1220
K……Page 1222
L……Page 1223
M……Page 1225
N……Page 1228
P……Page 1229
R……Page 1232
S……Page 1234
T……Page 1237
V……Page 1239
W……Page 1240
Z……Page 1241

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