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         General Art Art History:     more books (100)
  1. Making Art History: A Changing Discipline and its Institutions by Eliz Mansfield, 2007-06-22
  2. Art History, Revised Second Edition, Volume II by Marilyn Stokstad, 2005-07-06
  3. American Art: History and Culture by Wayne Craven, 2002-11-19
  4. Art History, Volume 1 (3rd Edition) by Marilyn Stokstad, 2007-02-17
  5. Look!Art History Fundamentals by Anne D'Alleva, 2006-04-08
  6. Janson's History of Art: The Western Tradition by Penelope J.E. Davies, Walter B. Denny, et all 2006-02-16
  7. Art History: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Dana Arnold, 2004-04-08
  8. Art and Thought (New Interventions in Art History)
  9. Gardner's Art Through the Ages: A Concise History of Western Art (with CD-ROM) by Fred S. Kleiner, Christin J. Mamiya, 2007-01-03
  10. Furniture: A Concise History (World of Art) by Edward Lucie-Smith, 1985-02
  11. History of Modern Art : Painting, Sculpture, Architecture & Photography by H. H. Arnason, Maria F. Prather, et all 1997-10-01
  12. Guide To The Literature Of Art History 2 by Max Marmor, Alex Ross, 2004-11-30
  13. Critical Terms for Art History
  14. A Survival Guide for Art History Students by Christina Maranci, 2004-07-04

41. AllRefer Encyclopedia - Art History (Art, General) - Encyclopedia
art history, art, general. Related Category art, general. art history, the study of works of art and architecture. In the mid19th
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Related Category: Art, General art history, the study of works of art and architecture. In the mid-19th cent., art history was raised to the status of an academic discipline by the Swiss Jacob Burckhardt , who related art to its cultural environment, and the German idealists Alois Riegl, Heinrich WOlfflin , and Wilhelm Worringer. The latter three saw art history as the analysis of forms and viewed art apart from any function it serves in expressing the spirit of its age. Major 20th-century art historians include Henri Focillon, Bernard Berenson , Aby Warburg, Emile MAle , Erwin Panofsky , and Ernst Gombrich; the succeeding generation has included Michael Fried, Rosalind Krauss, Donald Kuspit, and Giselda Pollack. Modern art history is a broad field of inquiry embracing formal questions of stylistic development as well as considerations of social and cultural context. Since the 1970s, a heightened awareness of gender, ethnicity, and environmental issues has marked the work of many art historians. See A. Hauser

42. CareerHome Page
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GENERAL RESOURCES (multiple programs and opportunities listed) back to top Artjobs Online - Jobs in the Visual Arts (hoorah!)
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43. Art History General Books - Read Reviews & Compare Prices At DealTime
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44. Education World® - *Arts & Humanities : Art History : General Resources
AHIP Getty art history Information Program . ANU art history Top Level Menu Page See tutorials in art history and the image archives. art history RESOURCES1 .

45. Art History Research Guide--College Of St. Catherine Libraries
general art and art history Resources. The Dictionary of art 34 vols. REF N 31 .D5 1996 This is a comprehensive art encyclopedia, international in scope.
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The Dictionary of Art 34 vols.
REF N 31 .D5 1996
This is a comprehensive art encyclopedia, international in scope. It covers all the visual arts from prehistory to the present, including Western and non-Western art. Its alphabetically arranged articles include biographies of artists, theorists, and critics, as well an entries on styles, movements, art forms, and theoretical issues.
Encyclopedia of World Art 16 vols.

46. Art History Courses In Florence
Because of its structure, this art history course can be considered as a deep introduction to general art history and particularly to Florentine history during
Art history course Our courses can be followed by everyone. No particular requirements are requested to attend any of our courses.
All lessons are taught in English , Spanish and Italian This course outlines the art history of the Renaissance Period represented in Florence by the most important artists of the Florentine school. The masterpieces of the 15th and the 16th century are analyzed and understood. Among the artists featured are Giotto, Masaccio, Botticelli, Brunelleschi, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and Raphael. In addition the lifestyle and philosophies of the artists are studied. The artists are followed in their working environments, lives, and personal approaches. Social context will be studied for each one of them in order to better understand the development of their culture and way of thinking. Because of its structure, this art history course can be considered as a deep introduction to general art history and particularly to Florentine history during the Renaissance. The course has a total of 9 hours a week and is divided in two parts: one in class and another one making visits to churches and museums . The teaching can be done either in a group or individually. SCHEDULE OF THE SMALL GROUP COURSE
  • If the minimum quota of participants (3 students) is not reached, small group lessons will be converted to one-on-one lessons with half the number of hours.

47. Art And Art History Research-Art History
There is also a page called Research Resources which lists indexes and databases, periodicals, image finders, general art history resources, etc.
Print and Electronic resources in art and art history including architecture, photography, and folk art.
Art History Resources
Library Resources Call numbers refer to items in the Fenwick Library Reference Collection; items marked with an can also be found in the Johnson Center Library Reference Collection.
  • The Dictionary of Art
    REF. N33. D5 1996 v.1-34
    New, scholarly and comprehensive guide covering antiquity to the present. Includes illustrations and bibliographies. A standard source, excellent starting point.
  • Encyclopedia of World Art
    REF. N31. E6 v.1-17
    Older scholarly work, yet still important. Covers artists, movements, movements, and all forms of art from all periods. Numerous plates and extensive bibliographies.
  • *Gardner's Art Through the Ages
    An art history standard, referred to as "Gardner."
  • History of Art
    REF. N5300. J3 1997
    Widely used, standard textbook referred to as "Janson." Survey of world art from antiquity to the twentieth century.
  • *McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Art REF. N33. M3 v.1-5

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49. Rubriek: 20.30 Art History: General
Service, Rubriek 20.30 art history general. Link , periodicals / National art Library, Victoria and Albert Museum. Link
Rubriek: 20.30 art history: general periodicals / National Art Library, Victoria and Albert Museum Art Historian's Guide to the Movies / Craig Eliason Art history resources on the web / Christopher L. C. E. Witcombe Art in Flux / Cheryl K. Shurtleff ... WWW Pop Art : Index of pop-artists / Tom Staudek

50. Graduate Studies :: Art History
MA in art history. The Master’s program in art history offers the opportunity for concentration in either general art history or Egyptian art and Archaeology.
MA in Art History
students in the program usually number twenty or more. They study with a graduate faculty of ten art historians, among whom is the visiting Dorothy K. Hohenberg Chair of Excellence in Art History. This program provides a distinguished visiting scholar each year to supplement the subject areas of the permanent faculty . Graduates may choose to pursue their academic careers in PhD programs or find employment as teachers or in museum-related fields.
Admission and Financial Aid
Admission to the program is based on faculty review of the following elements: acceptable score on the GRE or Miller Analogy Test (MAT) and, for the concentration in General Art History, a substantial undergraduate training in the history of art. For the concentration in Egyptian Art and Archaeology, undergraduate training should be in Egyptology or a related field (art history, anthropology, history, classical studies or archaeology), with an acceptable grade-point average.
are available to students in the MA program. Graduate Assistants receive tuition, fees and a stipend in return for service to the Art Department or the

51. Stephen Melville - "Attachments Of Art History"
to us, both in general and more specifically as art historians; it is in fact a notion in which we are very much at home. As concerns art history, much of our
IN VISIBLE CULTURE AN ELECTRONIC JOURNAL FOR VISUAL STUDIES Attachments of Art History by S tephen M elville I want to start by talking a bit about imaginations of what we tend to call "historical distance," and then to push that talk toward a thought about the forms of objectivity available to the history of art. In doing so I hope also to be able to demonstrate something of one art historical object; it is a part of my argument that there is no imagination of art history or art historical method that does not depend upon, does not emerge from, such demonstration. Let me begin by simply remarking there is no compelling reason in the nature of things to imagine that what separates us from the past is best named "distance" nor any particular reason to think that this separation is different in kind from other ways in which we are separated from one another (we don't actually know what qualification "historical" is adding to the notion of a "distance"). This is, of course, not to say that the notion of historical distance is not native to us, both in general and more specifically as art historians; it is in fact a notion in which we are very much at home. Perspective as Symbolic Form and The History of the Theory of Human Proportions as a Reflection of the History of Styles , but one can also include the 1930 essay on the first page of Vasari's

52. General Information And Frequently Asked Questions | Department Of Art And Art H
general Information about the Department of art and art history. The Department of art and art history offers a wide variety of courses
General Information about the Department of Art and Art History
The Department houses the internationally recognized Graduate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies, offering an interdisciplinary Ph.D. degree. Students are in residence for four years during which time they take seminars, participate in conferences and colloquia, and serve as Teaching Assistants in many of the undergraduate courses. After successful completion of the Ph.D. Qualifying Exam, students pursue independent dissertation reasearch and writing. Both the Department and the Visual and Cultural Studies program sponsor lectures, conferences, seminars, and exhibitions of interest to the University and to the wider community. The on-campus Hartnett Gallery in Wilson Commons has affiliations with both the undergraduate and graduate programs.
Many of our undergraduate alumni go on to do graduate work in order to pursue university teaching. Our Visual and Cultural Studies graduate alumni teach in prestigious colleges and universities. B.A.s, M.A.s, and Ph.D.s have become museum curators, artists, media professionals, and critics.

53. CSF - Thaw Art History Center
Faculty will also teach surveys of general art history, introduction to visual arts, and specialized topical surveys focusing on the more traditional areas of

Art Department : Thaw Art History Center

The Thaw Art History Center is a key facility in the Art Department. It was founded in 1998 with the addition of Khristaan Villela to the Art Department faculty. CSF's Art History major focuses on Precolumbian Mesoamerica, South America, the Colonial architecture of Mexico and New Mexico, Spanish Colonial art, Native North American, modern Latin America and American Modernism. Khristaan Villela, who joined the college to guide development of these exciting and unique new programs, is one of the country's leading scholars in this discipline. The Thaw Center is a unit of the Art Department focusing on advanced study in the history of art. Through an exciting combination of coursework, facilities, public programs, and collections, the Thaw Art History Center offers students a unique experience in the History of Art focused on the Americas. The Thaw Center also offers a lecture series of distinguished speakers on topics as varied as "Picasso and Catholicism" to "Olmec Archaeology in Mexico" to "Pictures of Partying Pompeians." The Thaw Center offers undergraduate coursework taught by art historians who are all active in the field through a variety of research projects, publications, and papers presented at professional conferences.

54. University Of Florida - School Of Art & Art History - General Facts & Informatio
home personality mission general facts information. The School of art and art history was established in 1948 and is an accredited institutional member
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  • The School of Art and Art History was established in 1948 and is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design. All SAAH graduate students are supported with a stipend, assistantship or fellowship for the full duration of their studies. The Harn Eminent Scholar Program in Art History is a collaborative effort between the College of Fine Arts School of Art and Art History and the Harn Museum of Art. Inaugurated in 1993 the scholar in residence holds the Harn Eminent Scholar Endowed Chair in Art History, and is selected for exemplary teaching, scholarship and publications, in addition to notable experience in museum work. New World School of the Arts was created by the Florida Legislature in 1984 as a Center of Excellence in the visual and performing arts. A unique collaborative venture of the University of Florida, Miami-Dade Community College, and Miami-Dade County Public Schools, the school provides a comprehensive program of artistic training, academic development and preparation for careers in dance, music, theater and visual arts. New World School of the Arts is located near major cultural, entertainment and government facilities in downtown Miami.

55. Department Of Art And Art History : University Of Vermont
Studio art and art history are chosen as majors both by those who see them as an excellent base for a general liberal arts education and by those who have
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Three areas of study are available within the Department of Art:
Studio Art, Art History, and Art Education. A major in one of the first two leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree. The Art Education program leads to a Bachelor of Science in Art Education granted through the College of Education and Social Services. Studio Art and Art History are chosen as majors both by those who see them as an excellent base for a general liberal arts education and by those who have aspirations to graduate school and/or one of the many possible careers in the arts. These two curriculums are also popular minors for students from other departments who find them an illuminating supplement to their concentrations. Art Education is the appropriate choice for those wishing to integrate a love of art with a teaching career in elementary, secondary, or alternative environments. While these programs result in different diplomas the fact that they are housed within the same building and academic unit is indicative of the philosophy with which they are taught. The Department of Art and Art History considers these disciplines closely intertwined

56. Art History Links - Artists In Cornwall UK
Guide to web sites devoted to specific artistic movements or general art history. Click on names of sites to visit respective web sites.
Art History @ Artists In Cornwall Guide to web sites devoted to specific artistic movements or general art history. Click on names of sites to visit respective web sites. - illustrators and artists based in Cornwall, UK, working in a variety of media including watercolours, oils, acrylics, photography, sculpture, collage and jewellery. Plus links to useful artists' resources. Bauhaus Back to top The Bauhaus Archive / Museum of Design, Berlin "... the research and presentation of the history and impact of the Bauhaus (1919-1933), the most important school of architecture, design, and art of the 20th century... the most complete existing collection focused on the history of the school and all aspects of its work ... housed in a building drafted by Walter Gropius, the founder of the school."
Web Address: Die Brücke Back to top Artists of Brücke Works from the collection of The Museum of Modern Art, New York

57. Art History
Admission Requirements (1) Prior sound preparation in art history at a general level, which usually means having acquired the Master of arts degree in the
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209 Art Art history is the study of the creation, style, and meaning of works of art in relation to the artists and societies that created them. The history of art involves the interaction of styles, techniques, concepts, individual personalities, and social values from many places over long periods of time. This discipline is comparative in nature and requires many different skills, derived from the study of history and culture, foreign languages and literature, iconography, stylistic analysis, and connoisseurship.
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The Division of Art History offers a program of study leading to a Bachelor of Arts, as well as a minor. Students studying in the field of Art History can expect to develop strong writing, research, analytical, critical-thinking, and problem-solving skills. Course work is designed to allow students to comprehend the social, historical, ethical, and aesthetic significance of the visual realm that is our present environment and the heritage of many cultures. Art History graduates pursue careers in fields such as gallery and museum management, visual technology, teaching, arts administration, arts education, research, curating and restoration, interior design, and art and antique connoisseurship.

58. Fine Arts Department - Art/Art History General Requirements
better. Studio art students may not use art history credits to satisfy category number eight of the general college requirements. art

Studio and Electronic Arts Requirements
Art Major with Teacher Certification Art History Requirements Studio Courses ... Student-Proposed Major Return to the Art/Art History Home Page Departmental Honors Program Download Requirement Worksheets
Major requirements in art can be completed only through daytime attendance.

Course offerings within the Art program are designed to give students a thorough understanding of the visual arts. They explore
the processes of creativity in both traditional and electronic forms, and the broad scope of historical tradition. Students who are candidates for the B.A. degree in the Art Program must satisfactorily complete an area of specialization in either electronic arts, studio art, or art history or must complete the requirements for the Art Major with Teacher Certfication in cooperation with the Teacher preparation Program.Credit toward completion of the Major is given for all art courses in which the student receives a grade of C or better. Majors in the Art program may not double-count courses to fulfill both major requirements, and the general education requirement in Fine Arts.
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59. History Of Art Resources
general sites of interest to history of art students. (Links verified 13th August 2002). ADAM .. the art, Design, Architecture Media
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History of Art
General Sites Galleries and Museums Collections Artists' sites ... Online Databases General sites of interest to History of Art students (Links verified 13th August 2002)
    ADAM the A rt, D esign, A M edia Information Gateway is a service being developed to help find useful, quality-assured information on the Internet.
    a site whose focus is on fine art and sculpture with references only to sites where artists' work can be viewed online. Their mission is to become the definitive and most effective guide to museum-quality fine art on the Internet.
    Art History
    .. an site which also provides a link to Architecture , as well as other related topics.
    Art History Resources on the Web
    excellent index to major Art History resources, divided by period and compiled by Chris Witcombe, Professor of Art History at Sweet Briar College in Virginia.
    a diverse and growing collection of websites focused on architecture in Ireland.
    Arts and Architecture
    .. a site relating specifically to medieval art from The Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies at Georgetown University.

60. Art And Art History -- University Of New Mexico General Library
Up icon Journals and magazines (some include fulltext) Gateway Sites Finding books and articles at UNM (art and art history); UNM general LibraryFind
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    Note: Due to licensing agreements, remote access to paid subscription databases is restricted to UNM students, faculty and staff with a valid UNM NetID. UNM remote users (off-campus using non-UNM Internet service provider) should use the REMOTE links next to each database name. See Known Problems with Accessing Electronic Resources from Remote Locations for more information about remote access.
    • Reference books such as encyclopedias, dictionaries and directories provide valuable overviews of topics, definitions of terms, biographical information, and other useful material. (Grove Dictionary of Art Online) (see link below under Specialized (art) databases ), based on the scholarly 34-volume

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