IV. THE RENAISSANCE |
|17. Late Gothic Art North of the Alps||573|
|18. The Early Renaissance in Italy||605|
|19. High Renaissance and Mannerism in Italy||669|
|20. Renaissance and Mannerism outside Italy||733|
|21. The Seventeenth Century in Italy||769|
|22. The Seventeenth Century in Flanders, Holland, and Germany||799|
|23. The Seventeenth Century in France, England, and Spain||829|
|24. The Eighteenth Century||855|
V. THE MODERN WORLD |
|25. Classicism and Romanticism||901|
|26. Realism and Impressionism||951|
|27. Post-Impressionism and "Art Nouveau"||973|
|28. The Twentieth Century||1003|
|List of Photographic Sources||1067|
NOTE ON THE PICTURE CAPTIONS
All paintings are in tempera, or oil on canvas, and all sculpture is stone unless otherwise
noted. Measurements are not provided for objects that are inherently large (architecture,
architectural sculpture, wall painting) or small (manuscript illumination, drawings,
prints). The dimensions of all sculpture are given in height only unless otherwise noted.
A probable error of larger than 1 per cent is indicated by "c." Photographic sources are
generally cited in abbreviated form. Full names and locations may be found by consulting
the list on page 1067. Where no source is cited, the photograph has been supplied by the
owner or custodian of the work.
Questia, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning. www.questia.com
Book title: Key Monuments of the History of Art:A Visual Survey.
Contributors: H. W. Janson - Editor, Dora Jane Janson - Editor.
Place of publication: Englewood Cliffs, NJ.
Publication year: 1959.
Page number: 8.
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