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  1. Art History, Combined (w/CD-ROM) by Marilyn Stokstad, 2004-07-16
  2. Art History: A View of the West, Volume II (3rd Edition) by Marilyn Stokstad, 2007-05-04
  3. Short Lessons in Art History: Artists and Their Work by Phyllis C. Barker, 2002-01
  4. Critical Perspectives on Art History by John C. McEnroe, Deborah F. Pokinski, 2001-08-17
  5. Art's Agency and Art History (New Interventions in Art History)
  6. Art History's History by Vernon Hyde Minor, 2000-07-14
  7. A Short History of Art, Seventh Edition by Anthony F. Janson, H. W. Janson, 2005-02-15
  8. Jansons History Art: Western Tradition V2-Artnotes Plus by Penelope J.E. Davies, Janson, 2006-10
  9. Readings in Art History, Volume 2 by Harold Spencer, 1997-10-28
  10. The Essentials of Art History (Essentials) by George M. Cohen, 1995-12
  11. Art History: A View of the West, Combined (3rd Edition) by Marilyn Stokstad, 2007-05-03
  12. The New Art History: A Critical Introduction by Jonathan Harris, 2001-11-07
  13. Thinking and Writing About Art History, Third Edition by Donna K. Reid, 2003-06-24
  14. Race-ing Art History: Critical Readings in Race and Art History by K. Pinder, 2002-08-09

1. ART HISTORY RESOURCES: Part 7 Art Of The Middle Ages
THIS PAGE. Middle Ages general. Early Christian European and Byzantine art in the Middle Ages Special Topics (through the Metropolitan Museum of art's Timeline of art history
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  • 15th-Century Renaissance Art
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  • These pages are maintained by Chris Witcombe , Professor of Art History at Sweet Briar College , Virginia 24595 USA (phone: 434-381-6194 / fax: 434-381-6173). If you have any comments, or suggestions for additional links, or know of other interesting sites, please let me know:
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    3. WWW Virtual Library: Art History
    The WWW Virtual Library for the history of art links to art history sites of general interest, but focuses mainly on academic and scholarly sites, as well as listing university departments relating to art history and computer applications in art history have a general interest in art history and would like
    The World Wide Web Virtual Library: History of Art
    The History of Art Virtual Library is a collection of links relating to Art History and computer applications in Art History. The site is sponsored by CHArt , the Computers and History of Art Group. This site is aimed at everybody interested in art, but it has a special focus on the academic study of Art History. If you think we should add a site to our listings, or if you experience any problems with the links listed here, please follow this link to email us If you are looking for art galleries or museums, go to the Museums Virtual Library. For architectural history, try the Architecture Virtual Library's history section. There is also a separate Virtual Library for Chinese and Japanese Art History and sub-sections for Buddhist Art and Tibetan Art Last revision May 2004 If you have a general interest in art history and would like to find images online or learn more about particular artists, the sites below will be of most use to you. (Note specialist suppliers sell books, prints and posters and the

    4. Art History Network General Resources
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    6. ART HISTORY RESOURCES: Part 8 15th-Century Renaissance Art
    RENAISSANCE art general Top of Page Renaissance (through artLex) Examples of earlier Topics (through the Metropolitan Museum of art s Timeline of art history)
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    15th-Century Renaissance Art
    Last modified: May 24, 2004 THIS PAGE
  • Renaissance Art: General
  • 15th-Century Italian Art: Early Renaissance SITE INDEX
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  • Prehistoric Art
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  • Art of the Middle Ages
  • 16th-Century Renaissance Art
  • Baroque Art
  • 18th-Century Art
  • 19th-Century Art ...
  • Research Resources
  • These pages are maintained by Chris Witcombe , Professor of Art History at Sweet Briar College , Virginia 24595 USA (phone: 434-381-6194 / fax: 434-381-6173). If you have any comments, or suggestions for additional links, or know of other interesting sites, please let me know:
    Online since October 24, 1995 Looking for an artist? Recommended site

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  • 7. Welcome To The Art History Network
    art history Network, your one stop resource for art history, Archaeology and Architecture resources on the web. Journals Magazines Images Virtual Tours general art's art history
    W elcome to the Art History Network, your one stop resource for Art History, Archaeology and Architecture resources on the web. General Resources Organizations Jobs Bookstore T o p i c s FEATURED LINKS Read all about IT! ·Artists· ·Civilizations ·Club AHN ·Historical Eras Check out the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Art History Timeline Get your favorite Art Magazines
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    8. ArtSource General Resources
    art history Resources Provides a survey of art history from ancient times to the present day divided by period with separate links to research resources, an

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    • , is a service being developed to help you find useful, quality-assured information on the Internet. ADAM helps you find the relevant information by providing a searchable on-line catalogue describing Internet resources such as web sites or electronic mailing lists, in much the same way as a library catalogue describes bibliographic resources such as books and journals.
    • Architecture Internet Resource Guide compiled by Jeanne Brown. This guide covers primarily architecture, building, construction, and AEC sites, as well as design, real estate, housing, urban, energy, and environment sites to a lesser extent. This is the fifth edition, July 1995.
    • Art and Aids: A Selected Bibliography - Ray Anne Lockard, Head Librarian at the Frick Fine Arts Library, University of Pittsburgh compiled this bibliography on art and aids.
    • Art History Resources Provides a survey of art history from ancient times to the present day divided by period with separate links to research resources, an extensive list of museums and galleries by country, online journals, exhibits, and university art departments. Time periods are divided into countries, cultures, and styles. Noted individual artists are also included.
    • Art Bin A Swedish/International forum for art, literature, music, cultural politics etc. Some rare source texts. Texts in English, French, German, or Swedish.

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    11. History Of Art By History Link 101
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    12. Welcome To Albany Institute Of History And Art
    Albany Institute of history art. 125 Washington Avenue the Albany Institute of history art, one of the oldest publications and other programs offered to the general public.
    125 Washington Avenue Albany, New York information@ DON NICE: Hudson River Paintings Elements from nature juxtaposed against manufactured products by Internationally-renowned artist Don Nice June 19 - August 22, 2004 HUDSON, The Story of a River: Paintings by Thomas Locker Thomas Locker’s paintings have a lyrical quality that transcend the pages of a book... For more information, follow link Your Museum for the 21 st Century one of the oldest museums in the United States, is dedicated to collecting, preserving, interpreting and promoting interest in the history, art and culture of Albany and the Upper Hudson Valley. The museum achieves this mission through its collections, exhibitions, education programs, library, research projects, publications and other programs offered to the general public. site designed and hosted by Hours Admission and Directions CALENDAR HIGHLIGHTS Don Nice: Hudson River Paintings Opening Reception Friday, June 18

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    and wallhangings for sale, in addition to a calendar and general information on Dr. Kees Kaldenbach (1953) received his graduate degree in art history in 1987
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    African Art Overview of Ancestral Bushman Rock Art and Traditional and Contemporary African Art with photos and maps.
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    rt Africa South of the Sahara: Selected Internet Resources A searchable list of links, also arranged by subject and countries/regions. Prepared by Karen Fung for the Electronic Technology Group, African Studies Association, USA, and housed at Standford University Library. Check out the Art section.
    Art and Life in Africa Online Art and Life in Africa Online contains information about African Art and Culture. Some of the material on this site hasbeen adapted from similar material developed for the Art and Life in Africa CD-ROM being produced at The University of Iowa. Additionally, some material is specific to this site (and not found on the CD), as noted below. Links to further resources on the web have been added where appropriate.

    14. Internet Resources For Art History
    Starting Points. art history Resources on the Web A massive list of Internet resources, from the general to the specific. Divided
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    15. Interdisciplinary Indexes For Art History
    These general indexes cover various time periods from the late eighteenth century to of these indexes could be useful for researching a topic in art history.
    Interdisciplinary Indexes for Art History:
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    Contents: Art Indexes General Indexes The Ancient World The Middle Ages and Renaissance ... History
    General Indexes
    These general indexes cover various time periods from the late eighteenth century to the present. Some cover virtually all disciplines - humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Others, such as PCI , cover disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. Other indexes listed here cover only topics in the arts and humanities. All of these indexes could be useful for researching a topic in art history.
    Retrospective (pre-1900) Coverage
    PCI: Periodicals Contents Index
    LOCATION: Library Databases
    An electronic index to the contents of thousands of journals and magazines in the humanities and social sciences, from their first issues to 1995. A unique source for the time period and subject areas covered.
    Nineteenth Century Masterfile . 19th and early 20th centuries.
    LOCATION: Library Databases
    Nineteenth Century Masterfile describes itself as "the digital index of the nineteenth century." The primary component is an online version of W.F. Poole's Index to Periodical Literature , 1802-1906 (see listing below).

    16. Timelines Of Art History : Print Sources And Web Sites (ARLIS/NA Publications)
    com/jinfo/jartfine.html; Important Moments in Canadian art history. Greek Chronology (general, but includes important dates in art architecture
    Timelines of Art History: Print Sources and Web Sites
    Books and Printed Sources Web Sites Contributors Some titles might be available in different editions or imprints.
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    panel 19" x 22", and 200 illustrations along with text. "The time line
    shows how shape, space, value, perspective, texture, and other concepts
    evolved and how they were used by master artists." List price is $39.95
    Brownstone, David and Irene Franck. Timelines of the Arts and Literature.
    Harper Collins, 1994. All text, arranged by year from 100,000-5000 B.C. to
    Creators of Western Art: A Chronology of Painters, 1250 To the Present.
    New York Graphic Society, 1966.
    Gardner, Helen. Art Through the Ages. 10th ed. Harcourt Brace, 1996.
    Gombrich, E.E. The Story of Art. 16th ed. Phaidon, 1995. There are two
    timelines: the first shows periods; the second, individual
    artists/architects or major works. Bottom sections gives a broader historical context. Grun, Bernard. The Timetables of History: A Horizontal Linkage of People

    17. Writing The Art History Paper
    (For more general information, see as the art Index and the Hood Museum Fine arts Collections. Writing Advice In many ways, writing an art history paper is
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    What distinguishes Art History papers from the papers you might be asked to write in other courses? Perhaps the biggest difference creates the biggest challenge: in Art History papers, you must be able to create an argument about what you see. In short, you have to translate the visual into the verbal. To do this you must first understand the "language" of the discipline that is, you need to familiarize yourself with the terms and concepts necessary to describe a work of art. (Check out the Art History department's On-Line Glossary. ) Second and perhaps most important you need to learn not only to describe what you see, but to craft your description so that it delivers some argument or point of view. A good Art History paper will not simply offer a haphazard description of the elements of a painting, sculpture, or building. You must consider what it is you want to say about a work of art and use your description to make that point. In short, you must master the art of simultaneously analyzing and describing the work of art you have chosen to discuss.

    18. Dartmouth
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    (for students only) career paths in art history department writing editor interactivity internships in the arts ... Hood Museum of Art 6033 Carpenter Hall Hanover, NH 03755 USA

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    Studies architecture, painting, and sculpture with emphasis on social and aesthetic considerations. A Timeline of Art History
    Magnificient site from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC. World Art Treasures
    A carefully selected collection of 100,000 slides of the world art treasures, including art of the main civilizations, such as Egypt, China, Japan, India, and Europe. Art History Resources
    In-depth hyperlinked lists divided by period and maintained by Chris Witcombe, Professor of Art History at Sweet Briar College, Virginia. World Wide Art Resources
    Get an access to the visual arts, artists, art galleries, art museums, famous masters, art history, images, painting, sculpture, individual artistic creations, arts search engine. Artcyclopedia
    An index of online museums and image archives: find out where the works of over 7,500 different fine artists can be viewed online.

    general arthistorical collections, together with specialist collections on theatre design, scenography, and costume history. The
    This guide is produced by the Library Committee on the History of Art, a body of representatives from libraries and institutions in the London area with an interest in the study of art history. It lists libraries in the London area with art history collections and provides information about location, access and opening times, and outlines the strengths of each collection. Please note that opening hours have been checked with all libraries in this guide, but it is always advisable to enquire about any changes before visiting. Access to electronic databases is governed by institutional licences, usually restricting access to an institution's own students. The following collections can be found in this guide. Please click on the entry you want. Barbican Library Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art Library Battersea Reference Library Queen Mary and Westfield College Library ... Wimbledon School of Art For suggestions or comments about these pages please email Aubrey Greenwood at

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