The Story of Art - 16th Edition

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Phaidon Press, 1995 - 688 pàgines
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Introduction: On Art and Artists 1 Strange Beginnings: Prehistoric and Primitive Peoples; Ancient America 2 Art for Eternity: Egypt, Mesopotamia, Crete 3 The Great Awakening: Greece, Seventh to Fifth Century BC 4 The Realm of Beauty: Greece and the Greek World, Fourth Century BC to First Century AD 5 World Conquerors: Romans, Buddhists, Jews and Christians, First to Fourth Century AD 6 A Parting of Ways: Rome and Byzantium, Fifth to Thirteenth Century 7 Looking Eastwards: Islam, China, Second to Thirteenth Century 8 Western Art in the Melting Pot: Europe, Sixth to Eleventh Century 9 The Church Militant: The Twelfth Century 10 The Church Triumphant: The Thirteenth Century 11 Courtiers and Burghers: The Fourteenth Century 12 The Conquest of Reality: The Early Fifteenth Century 13 Tradition and Innovation I: The Later Fifteenth Century in Italy 14 Tradition and Innovation II: The Fifteenth Century in the North 15 Harmony Attained: Tuscany and Rome, Early Sixteenth Century 16 Light and Colour: Venice and Northern Italy, Early Sixteenth Century 17 The New Learning Spreads: Germany and the Netherlands, Early Sixteenth Century 18 A Crisis of Art: Europe, Later Sixteenth Century 19 Vision and Visions: Catholic Europe, First Half of the Seventeenth Century 20 The Mirror of Nature: Holland, Seventeenth Century 21 Power and Glory I: Italy, Later Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries 22 Power and Glory II: France, Germany and Austria, Late Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries 23 The Age of Reason: England and France, Eighteenth Century 24 The Break in Tradition: England, America and France, Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries 25 Permanent Revolution: The Nineteenth Century 26 In Search of New Standards: The Late Nineteenth Century 27 Experimental Art: The First Half of the Twentieth Century 28 A Story without End: The Triumph of Modernism Another Turning of the Tide The Changing Past A Note on Art Books Chronological Charts Maps List of Illustrations by Location Index and Glossary Acknowledgments.

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Review: The Story of Art

Revisió d'Usuari  - David Hovland - Goodreads

The Story of Art is an excellent introduction to many eras and styles of art - it's far-ranging! The photographs are quite good. Llegeix la ressenya completa

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Revisió d'Usuari  - Zoe - Goodreads

I'm reading this for one of my courses this semester. Loving it so far, especially how the author illustrates each point with an illustration. More later! Llegeix la ressenya completa

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INTRODUCTION On art and artists
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STRANGE BEGINNINGS
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ART FOR ETERNITY
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Ernst Gombrich was one of the greatest and least conventional art historians of his age, achieving fame and distinction in three separate spheres: as a scholar, as a popularizer of art, and as a pioneer of the application of the psychology of perception to the study of art. His best-known book, The Story of Art - first published 50 years ago and now in its sixteenth edition - is one of the most influential books ever written about art. His books further include The Sense of Order (1979) and The Preference for the Primitive (2002), as well as a total of 11 volumes of collected essays and reviews.

Gombrich was born in Vienna in 1909 and died in London in November 2001. He came to London in 1936 to work at the Warburg Institute, where he eventually became Director from 1959 until his retirement in 1976. He won numerous international honours, including a knighthood, the Order of Merit and the Goethe, Hegel and Erasmus prizes.

Gifted with a powerful mind and prodigious memory, he was also an outstanding communicator, with a clear and forceful prose style. His works are models of good art-historical writing, and reflect his humanism and his deep and abiding concern with the standards and values of our cultural heritage.

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