THE ARTS AND MAN

BY RAYMOND S. STITES CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND AESTHETICS, ANTIOCH COLLEGE

McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY, INC. NEW YORK . . . . . 1940 . . . . . LONDON

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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Preface vii
  • Symbolic Borders and Color Plates xi
  • Contents xiii
  • Introduction 3
  • Bibliography 22
  • Chapter I - Principles and Elements of Art Structure Discovered in Nature 23
  • Bibliography 36
  • Chapter II - Arts in the Hunting Age 37
  • Bibliography 50
  • Chapter III - The Arts of Agricultural Man 51
  • Bibliography 69
  • Chapter IV - The Religious Art of Egypt 70
  • Bibliography 113
  • Chapter V - The Art of Power in Western Asia 114
  • Bibliography 144
  • Chapter VI - The Formative Influences in Greek Art 145
  • Bibliography 183
  • Chapter VII - Greek Art -- Social, Political, and Philosophical Backgrounds 184
  • Bibliography 202
  • Chapter VIII - The Triumph of the Attic Style, I 203
  • Bibliography 242
  • Chapter IX - The Triumph of the Attic Style, II 243
  • Bibliography 275
  • Chapter X - Art Under the Romans 276
  • Bibliography 321
  • Chapter XI - Early Christian and Byzantine Art 322
  • Bibliography 364
  • Chapter XII - The Art of Crusading Peoples 365
  • Bibliography 414
  • Chapter XIII - The Gothic in Style in North and South 415
  • Bibliography 478
  • Chapter XIV - The Arts of Asia -- East and West 479
  • Bibliography 542
  • Chapter XV - The Renaissance 543
  • Bibliography 605
  • Chapter XVI - The Baroque Styles and the Rise of the Classical Academies 607
  • Bibliography 679
  • Chapter XVII - Romanticism in the Nineteenth Century 681
  • Bibliography 722
  • Chapter XVIII - The Art of the Twentieth Century 723
  • Biblography 766
  • Chapter XIX - The Art of the Americans 767
  • Bibliography 826
  • Conclusion 828
  • Index 837
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