Art: A Brief History (2020)

Art: A Brief History Marilyn Stokstad Art A Brief History Drawing on years of experience of presenting art to the public Marilyn Stokstad offers this comprehensive look at art in all of its diversity from paintings and architecture to tapestries jewell
  • Title: Art: A Brief History
  • Author: Marilyn Stokstad
  • ISBN: 9780131955417
  • Page: 370
  • Format: Paperback
Art: A Brief History Marilyn Stokstad Drawing on 40 years of experience of presenting art to the public, Marilyn Stokstad offers this comprehensive look at art in all of its diversity, from paintings and architecture to tapestries, jewellery and electronic art.
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  1. La Lin

    For an endeavour to frame the big picture of art history in than six hundred pages, such a book is appropriate inasmuch as formal analyses are thoroughly written along with a good quality of exemplification Providing a wide range of knowledge for especially students as well as art enthusiasts, Art A Brief History is a great starting point to adventure into arts from the past, sailing to contemporary arts and perhaps, linking to the future Anyhow, the book still has its flaws from my personal pe [...]

  2. Skai

    Read this for my History and Appreciation of Art I class I am a fan of any art so I thought this book was interesting to read.

  3. Brandon

    Last year I originally took Art History because it was an art requirement I had taken a ceramics class the year before and realized that not only can I not make ceramic materials well, but I didn t really enjoy it But when I got into Art History, I realized that I could appreciate art all day I know it may seem silly that I m reviewing an Art History textbook, but this one of my favorite textbooks I ve ever had The amazing detail and the interesting facts the textbook gave made Art History so fu [...]

  4. Kellie

    I was never that much into art until one day an artist friend said to me Corrine Kellie, let me explain it to you this way art is a physical manifestation of the artists opinion, emotion, desire, hungerwhat have you You are not a plebeian if you don t like a piece of art That is not it s purpose Art has only one purpose to make you FEEL something Anger, happiness, disgust, desire, sadness, elation If you, as an observer, feel ANYTHING, then the artist has done his or her job Oh, that Corrine she [...]

  5. Salimah

    This is one of my favorite textbooks this quarter The images were stunningly clear and the composition accompanying them were just enough to evoke a bit of history of the piece and artist as well as its tie to that particular era in history Granted, the version we used was specifically for MCC, but it was perfect for a quarter long class I found myself reading quickly through each chapter and anticipating the coming chapters.

  6. Shannon Thompson

    I read this for my art history class at the University of Kansas Very interesting and informative, but at times confusing in the orders of sections within a chapter The examples are sometimes half a chapter ahead or behind itself, which made it difficult to flip back and forth through that and the comprehension questions Other than that, easy to follow.

  7. Sara

    Ultra Readable An excellent, high quality textbook One of the best I ve read It has as many beautiful, glossy images as you could wish for in an art history book and the writing is very enjoyable.

  8. Kenneth Morales

    I love learning about art and this book can help learn a few things from history in an artistic scope.

  9. Ainsley Thrasher

    This of course was a book for school, but I always find myself going back to it to remind myself of things because it has a lot of good works and artists in it.

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