Dec 11, Brian rated it really liked it In this book we have a survey of all art periods, beginning with cavemen and ending in the 20th century. The book covers the periods in details, with the Renaissance on receiving special treatment in the form of individualized artist pages. The book is one that is probably not meant to be read cover to cover but it is a well designed book, Dec 11, Maxwell Reber rated it it was amazing Art A World History is a great, and informational book about the different and many time periods of art in the world. The book covers a vast amount of art periods in time, and describes the motive, and thought process of a lot of famous artists, and I think my favorite era of art is 20th century art, especially Picasso and Salvador Dali. Picasso loved distorting the figure, which showed how complex his mind and creativity was towards his work.
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We are committed to your success as a DePaul student. Please feel free to contact us. As such, these activities qualify as "research" with "human subjects" and are subject to University and Federal guidelines. If there is any possibility that you will EVER use it in further research or for publication, you must obtain approval from the Local Review Board before you begin.
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Art : A World History
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