Key Monuments of the History of Art: A Visual Survey

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IV. THE RENAISSANCE
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS563
17. Late Gothic Art North of the Alps573
18. The Early Renaissance in Italy605
19. High Renaissance and Mannerism in Italy669
20. Renaissance and Mannerism outside Italy733
21. The Seventeenth Century in Italy769
22. The Seventeenth Century in Flanders, Holland, and Germany799
23. The Seventeenth Century in France, England, and Spain829
24. The Eighteenth Century855
V. THE MODERN WORLD
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS895
25. Classicism and Romanticism901
26. Realism and Impressionism951
27. Post-Impressionism and "Art Nouveau"973
28. The Twentieth Century1003
INDEX1061
List of Photographic Sources1067

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.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 2
  • Preface 5
  • Contents 7
  • Note on the Picture Captions 8
  • Part One the Ancient World 9
  • List of Illustrations 11
  • I. Prehistoric and Primitive Art 19
  • 2. Egyptian Art 43
  • 3. Art of the Ancient Near East 71
  • 4. Minoan and Mycenaean Art 95
  • 5. Greek Art 105
  • 6. Etruscan Art 167
  • 7. Roman Art 175
  • 8. Early Christian and Byzantine Art 221
  • Part Two Asia and America 259
  • List of Illustrations 261
  • 9. Islamic Art 265
  • 10. Art of Indian Asia 279
  • Ii. Chinese and Japanese Art 301
  • 12. American Art Before Columbus 363
  • Part Three the Middle Ages 377
  • List of Illustrations 379
  • 13. Early Medieval Art 385
  • 14. Romanesque Art 409
  • 15. Gothic Art North of the Alps 451
  • 16. Gothic Art in Italy 517
  • Part Four the Renaissance 561
  • List of Illustrations 563
  • 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
  • Part Five the Modern World 893
  • List of Illustrations 895
  • 25. Classicism and Romanticism 901
  • 26. Realism and Impressionism 951
  • 27. Post-Impressionism and "Art Nouveau" 973
  • 28. the Twentieth Century 1003
  • Index 1061
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