The Power of Art (book only)
Compelling, comprehensive, and accessible, Lewis and Lewis's THE POWER OF ART, 3e features an exciting new layout and gorgeous images. Students continue to praise the engaging, conversational writing style that will make it easy for you to both understand and enjoy reading the material. THE POWER OF ART delivers a brief, yet comprehensive survey, demonstrating that art is all around you and relevant to you - no matter what your major happen to be. The text incorporates global material throughout to demonstrate cultural intersections and mutual influences. Art News boxes present real events that connect art to your life. In addition to excellent art history coverage, THE POWER OF ART features a diverse mix of artists and spotlights the latest technologies used to create art.
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The Primary Elements
The Principles of Design
New Media Time and Digital Arts
The Age of Faith
Drama and Light Mannerism The Baroque and Rococo
The Battle of the ISMS Neoclassicism Romanticism and Realism
Out of the Studio and into the Light Impressionism and Postimpressionism
The Real World on Trial The Early Twentieth Century
The Invisible Made Visible Abstract and Nonrepresentational Art
A Storm of Images Art in the Contemporary World
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