Art History: Medieval Art / Edition 3

Art History: Medieval Art / Edition 3

by Marilyn Stokstad
     
 

ISBN-10: 0136054056

ISBN-13: 9780136054054

Pub. Date: 12/28/2007

Publisher: Prentice Hall

Art History Portable Edition by Marilyn Stokstad offers exactly the same content as Art History, Third Edition but in smaller individual booklets for maximum student portability. The combined six segment set consists of four booklets that correspond to major periods in Western art and two that cover global art. Each book is available individually, making them ideal

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Art History Portable Edition by Marilyn Stokstad offers exactly the same content as Art History, Third Edition but in smaller individual booklets for maximum student portability. The combined six segment set consists of four booklets that correspond to major periods in Western art and two that cover global art. Each book is available individually, making them ideal for courses focused on individual periods.

Book 2: Art History: Medieval Art can be used for such courses as:

  • Jewish, Early Christian, and Byzantine Art

  • Islamic Art

  • Romanesque Art

  • Gothic Art of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • Fourteenth-Century Art on Europe

Book 1: Art History: Ancient Art

Book 2: Art History: Medieval Art

Book 3: Art History: A View of the World, Part One: Asian, African, and Islamic Art and Art of the Americas

Book 4: Art History: Fourteenth to Seventeenth Century Art

Book 5: Art History: A View of the World, Part Two: Asian, African, and Oceanic Art and Art of the Americas

Book 6: Art History: Eighteenth to Twenty-First Century

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780136054054
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
12/28/2007
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
8.60(w) x 11.40(h) x 0.30(d)

Table of Contents

7. JEWISH, EARLY CHRISTIAN,AND BYZANTINE ART 232

JEWS, CHRISTIANS, AND MUSLIMS 234

Early Jewish Art 234

Early Christian Art 238

IMPERIAL CHRISTIAN ARCHITECTURE AND ART 242

Architecture: The Church and Its Decoration 243

Architecture: Ravenna 247

Sculpture 250

EARLY BYZANTINE ART: THE FIRST GOLDEN AGE 254

The Golden Age of Justinian 254

Objects of Veneration and Devotion 263

Icons and Iconoclasm 266

MIDDLE BYZANTINE ART 267

Architecture and Mosaics 267

Objects and Veneration and Devotion 273

The Special Case of Sicily 274

LATE BYZANTINE ART 278

Constantinople 278

Moscow: The Third Rome 278

IN PERSPECTIVE 280

TIMELINE 281

BOXES

THE OBJECT SPEAKS The Archangel Michael 276

ELEMENTS OF ARCHITECTURE

Basilica-Plan and Central-Plan Churches 242

Pendentives and Squinches 257

Multiple-Dome Church Plans 275

ART AND ITS CONTEXT

Early Forms of the Book 251

MYTH AND RELIGION

Christian Symbols 238

Iconography of the Life of Jesus 252

8. ISLAMIC ART 282

ISLAM AND EARLY ISLAMIC SOCIETY 284

ART DURING THE EARLY CALIPHATES 285

Architecture 286

Calligraphy 292

Ceramics and Textiles 294

LATER ISLAMIC ART 294

Architecture 295

Portable Arts 300

Manuscripts and Painting 303

THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE 305

Architecture 305

Illuminated Manuscripts and Tugras 306

THE MODERN ERA 307

IN PERSPECTIVE 308

TIMELINE 309

BOXES

THE OBJECT SPEAKS A Mamluk Glass Oil Lamp 296

ELEMENTS OF ARCHITECTURE

Mosque Plan 289

Arches and Muqarnas 292

TECHNIQUE

Carpet Making 303

ART AND ITS CONTEXT

The Five Pillars of Islam 299

14. EARLY MEDIEVAL ART IN EUROPE 440

THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES 442

The Art of People Associated with the Roman Empire 443

The Art of People Outside the Roman Sphere of Influence 444

The Coming of Christianity to the British Isles 446

THE MUSLIM CHALLENGE IN SPAIN 449

Mozarabic Art 449

THE CAROLINGIAN EMPIRE 450

Carolingian Architecture 451

The Scriptorium and Illustrated Books 455

Carolingian Goldsmith Work 457

THE VIKING ERA 459

The Oseberg Ship 459

Picture Stones at Jelling 460

Timber Architecture 461

The End of the Viking Era 464

OTTONIAN EUROPE 464

Ottonian Architecture 464

Ottonian Sculpture 468

Illustrated Books 469

IN PERSPECTIVE 470

TIMELINE 471

BOXES

THE OBJECT SPEAKS The Doors of Bishop Bernward 466

ART AND ITS CONTEXT

Defining the Middle Ages 444

The Medieval Scriptorium 448

15. ROMANESQUE ART 472

EUROPE IN THE ROMANESQUE PERIOD 474

Political and Economic Life 474

The Church 475

Intellectual Life 476

ROMANESQUE ART 477

ARCHITECTURE 478

The Early Romanesque Style: The “First Romanesque” 479

The “Pilgrimage Church” 479

The Monastery of Cluny in Burgundy 482

The Cistercians 484

Regional Styles in Romanesque Architecture 485

Secular Architecture: Dover Castle, England 493

THE DECORATION OF BUILDINGS 494

Architectural Sculpture 495

Mosaics and Murals 499

THE CLOISTER CRAFTS 502

Portable Sculpture 502

Metalwork 506

Illustrated Books 507

IN PERSPECTIVE 510

TIMELINE 511

BOXES

THE OBJECT SPEAKS The Bayeux Tapestry 504

ART AND ITS CONTEXT

Saint Bernard and Theophilus:

Opposing Views on the Art of Their Time 477

The Pilgrim’s Journey 480

Relics and Reliquaries 484

The Role of Women in the Intellectual and Spiritual Life

of the Twelfth Century 499

16. GOTHIC ART OF THE TWELFTH AND THIRTEENTH CENTURIES 512

THE EMERGENCE OF THE GOTHIC STYLE 514

The Rise of Urban Life 514

The Age of Cathedrals 514

Scholasticism and the Arts 514

GOTHIC ART IN FRANCE 515

Early Gothic Architecture 516

From Early to High Gothic: Chartres Cathedral 518

High Gothic: Amiens and Reims Cathedrals 528

High Gothic Sculpture 532

The Rayonnant Style 535

Illuminated Manuscripts 537

GOTHIC ART IN ENGLAND 538

Manuscript Illumination 539

Architecture 539

GOTHIC ART IN GERMANY AND

THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE 541

Architecture 541

Sculpture 543

GOTHIC ART IN ITALY 547

Sculpture: The Pisano Family 547

Painting 549

IN PERSPECTIVE 550

TIMELINE 551

BOXES

THEOBJECT SPEAKS The Church of St. Francis at Assisi 546

ELEMENTS OF ARCHITECTURE

Rib Vaulting 521

The Gothic Church 522

TECHNIQUE

Stained-Glass Windows 528

ART AND ITS CONTEXT

Abbot Suger on the Value of Art 516

Master Builders 525

MYTH AND RELIGION

The Mendicant Orders: Franciscans and Dominicans 524

17. FOURTEENTH-CENTURY ART IN EUROPE 552

EUROPE IN THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY 554

ITALY 557

Florentine Architecture and Sculpture 557

Florentine Painting 559

Sienese Painting 567

FRANCE 572

Manuscript Illumination 572

Sculpture 573

ENGLAND 575

Embroidery: Opus Anglicanum 575

Architecture 576

THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE 578

The Supremacy of Prague 578

Mysticism and Suffering 580

IN PERSPECTIVE 582

TIMELINE 583

BOXES

THE OBJECT SPEAKS The Triumph of Death 556

TECHNIQUE

Cennino Cennini (c. 1370—1440) on Painting 564

Buon Fresco 569

ART AND ITS CONTEXT

A New Spirit in Fourteenth-Century Literature 561

World Map WM1

Glossary G1

Bibliography B1

Credits C1

Index I1

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