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Living With Art

Living With Art - 10th edition

ISBN13: 978-0073379258

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ISBN13: 978-0073379258
ISBN10: 0073379255
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Edition/Copyright: 10TH 13
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company
Published: 2013
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Living With Art - 10TH 13 edition

ISBN13: 978-0073379258

Mark Getlein

ISBN13: 978-0073379258
ISBN10: 0073379255
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 10TH 13
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company

Published: 2013
International: No

Table of Contents

Part One: Introduction

1 Living with Art

The Impulse for Art

What Do Artists Do?

Creating and Creativity

Looking and Responding

ARTISTS: Maya Lin
ARTISTS: Vincent Van Gogh

2 What Is Art?

Artist and Audience

Art and Beauty

Art and Appearances

Art and Meaning

Art and Objects

THINKING ABOUT ART: Insiders and Outsiders
ARTISTS: Louise Bourgeois
THINKING ABOUT ART: Aesthetics

3 Themes of Art

The Sacred Realm

Politics and the Social Order

Stories and Histories

Looking Outward: The Here and Now

Looking Inward: The Human Experience

Invention and Fantasy

The Natural World

Art and Art

THINKING ABOUT ART: Iconoclasm
ARTISTS: Robert Rauschenberg
ARTISTS: Katsushika Hokusai

Part Two: The Vocabulary of Art

4 The Visual Elements

Line

Shape and Mass

Light

Color

Texture and Pattern

Space

Time and Motion

CROSSING CULTURES: Japanese Prints
THINKING ABOUT ART: Conservation

5 Principles of Design

Unity and Variety

Balance

Emphasis and Subordination

Scale and Proportion

Rhythm

Elements and Principles: A Summary

ARTISTS: Georgia O'Keeffe
THINKING ABOUT ART: Points of View

Part Three: Two-Dimensional Media

6 Drawing

Materials for Drawing

Drawing and Beyond: Paper as a Medium

ARTISTS: Leonardo
CROSSING CULTURES: Paper

7 Painting

Encaustic

Fresco

Tempera

Oil

Watercolor, Gouache, and Similar Media

Acrylic

Painting and Beyond: Off the Wall!

Sumptuous Images: Mosaic and Tapestry

ARTISTS: Jacob Lawrence

8 Prints

Relief

Intaglio

Lithography

Screenprinting

Monotype

Inkjet

Recent Directions: Printing on the World

ARTISTS: Albrecht Durer
ARTISTS: Kathe Kollwitz

9 Camera and Computer Arts

Photography

Film

Video

The Internet

THINKING ABOUT ART: Censorship

10 Graphic Design

Signs and Symbols

Typography and Layout

Word and Image

Motion and Interactivity

Graphic Design and Art

Part Four: Three-Dimensional Media

11 Sculpture and Installation

Methods and Materials of Sculpture

The Human Figure in Sculpture

Working with Time and Place

CROSSING CULTURES: Primitivism
ARTISTS: Christo and Jeanne-Claude

12 Arts of Ritual and Daily Life

Clay

Glass

Metal

Wood

Fiber

Ivory, Jade, and Lacquer

Art, Craft, Design

ARTISTS: Maria Martinez
ARTISTS: Olowe of Ise
CROSSING CULTURES: Export Arts

13 Architecture

Structural Systems in Architecture

New Technologies, New Materials, Current Concerns

Imagining Architecture

ARTISTS: Zaha Hadid
ARTISTS: Frank Lloyd Wright

Part Five: Arts in Time

14 Ancient Mediterranean Worlds

The Oldest Art

Mesopotamia

Egypt

The Aegean

The Classical World: Greece and Rome

THINKING ABOUT ART: Whose Grave?
THINKING ABOUT ART: The Marbles and the Museums

15 Christianity and the Formation of Europe

The Rise of Christianity

Byzantium

The Middle Ages in Europe

Toward the Renaissance

16 The Renaissance

The Early and High Renaissance in Italy

The Renaissance in the North

The Late Renaissance in Italy

ARTISTS: Michelangelo

17 The 17th and 18th Centuries

The Baroque Era

The 18th Century

Revolution

ARTISTS: Artemisia Gentileschi
ARTISTS: Rembrandt
THINKING ABOUT ARTISTS: Academies
ARTISTS: Elizabeth Vigee-Lebrun

18 Arts of Islam and of Africa

Arts of Islam

Arts of Africa

CROSSING CULTURES: Africa Looks Back

19 Arts of Asia: India, China, and Japan

Arts of India

Arts of China

Arts of Japan

CROSSING CULTURES: The Early Buddha Image

20 Arts of the Pacific and of the Americas

Pacific Cultures

The Americas

21 The Modern World: 1800-1945

Neoclassicism and Romanticism

Realism

Manet and Impressionism

Post-Impressionism

Bridging the Atlantic: American in the 19th Century

Into the 20th Century: The Avant-Garde

World War I and After: Dada and Surrealism

Between the Wars: Building New Societies

THINKING ABOUT ART: Presenting the Past
ARTISTS: Henri Matisse
ARTISTS: Pablo Picasso

22 From Modern to Postmodern

The New York School

Into the Sixties: Assemblage and Happenings

Art of the Sixties and Seventies

Art since the Eighties: Postmodern World?

ARTISTS: Jackson Pollock
ARTISTS: Andy Warhol
ARTISTS: Alice Neel
THINKING ABOUT ART: The Guerrilla Girls

23 Opening Up to the World

THINKING ABOUT ART: Visual Culture

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