History of Art for Young People
With History of Art for Young People, a new generation of readers will discover for themselves the great benchmarks of painting, sculpture, architecture, and photography. Hundreds of cultural icons are illustrated and discussed, including the newly restored Sistine Chapel ceiling, Vermeer's Girl with an Earring, Warhol's Gold Marilyn Monroe, and many more. Attractive special features of this updated classic include: Comprehensive coverage from prehistory through the 1990s, including up-to-date suggestions for further reading; more than six hundred high-quality illustrations; handy capsule definitions of people, events, concepts, and art terminology, arranged for easy access in the margins of the text; concise, boxed essays on theater and music through the ages and on influential cultural and religious institutions - all designed to enrich the reader's understanding of Western culture; double-page maps and easy-to-read chronological charts that connect significant events in science, religion, art, and literature; elegant line drawings of important stylistic details and signal characteristics, and a selective glossary of art and architectural terms. History of Art for Young People is the ideal single-volume introduction for the beginning student in art history or the humanities.
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