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The Power of Art (with CourseMate Printed Access Card)

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The Power of Art (with CourseMate Printed Access Card)
Edition
3
Pub Date
2013-01-01
Copyright Year
2014
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1133589715
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9781133589716
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Wadsworth Publishing
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0
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0.90 in
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Soft Cover
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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. With the best price in the market, THE POWER OF ART delivers unrivaled value.
  • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
  • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
  • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
  • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
  • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. Students will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
  • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. Students will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
  • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
  • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
  • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating for students. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
  • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating for students. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
  • The "A Global View" boxes expose students to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter, to provide students with a better worldview.
  • The "A Global View" boxes expose students to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter, to provide students with a better worldview.
  • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
  • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
  • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
  • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
  • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
  • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
  • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
  • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
  • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
  • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
  • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. You will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
  • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. You will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
  • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
  • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
  • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
  • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
  • The "A Global View" boxes introduce you to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter to provide you with a better worldview.
  • The "A Global View" boxes introduce you to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter to provide you with a better worldview.
  • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
  • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
  • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
  • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
  • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
  • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
  • PART I: THE LANGUAGE OF ART.
  • 1. The Power of Art.
  • 2. The Primary Elements.
  • 3. The Principles of Design.
  • PART II: THE ARTIST'S MATERIALS AND TOOLS.
  • 4. Drawing.
  • 5. Painting.
  • 6. Printmaking.
  • 7. Photography.
  • 8. New Media: Time and Digital Arts.
  • 9. Sculpture.
  • 10. Architecture.
  • 11. Decorative Arts, Crafts and Design.
  • PART III: A GLOBAL HERITAGE.
  • 12. Ancient Empires, Ancient Gods.
  • 13. The Age of Faith.
  • 14. The Renaissance.
  • 15. Drama and Light: Mannerism, The Baroque, and Rococo.
  • PART IV: THE MODERN ERA.
  • 16. The Battle of the Ism's: Neoclassicism, Romanticism, and Realism.
  • 17. Out of the Studio and into the Light: Impressionism and Post-Impressionism.
  • 18. The Real World on Trial: The Early Twentieth Century.
  • 19. The Invisible Made Visible: Abstract and Nonrepresentational Art.
  • 20. A Storm of Images: Art in the Contemporary World.
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. With the best price in the market, THE POWER OF ART delivers unrivaled value.
  • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
  • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
  • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
  • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
  • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. Students will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
  • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. Students will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
  • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
  • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
  • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating for students. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
  • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating for students. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
  • The "A Global View" boxes expose students to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter, to provide students with a better worldview.
  • The "A Global View" boxes expose students to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter, to provide students with a better worldview.
  • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
  • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
  • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
  • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
  • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
  • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
  • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
  • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
  • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
  • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
  • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. You will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
  • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. You will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
  • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
  • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
  • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
  • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
  • The "A Global View" boxes introduce you to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter to provide you with a better worldview.
  • The "A Global View" boxes introduce you to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter to provide you with a better worldview.
  • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
  • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
  • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
  • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
  • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
  • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
  • PART I: THE LANGUAGE OF ART.
  • 1. The Power of Art.
  • 2. The Primary Elements.
  • 3. The Principles of Design.
  • PART II: THE ARTIST'S MATERIALS AND TOOLS.
  • 4. Drawing.
  • 5. Painting.
  • 6. Printmaking.
  • 7. Photography.
  • 8. New Media: Time and Digital Arts.
  • 9. Sculpture.
  • 10. Architecture.
  • 11. Decorative Arts, Crafts and Design.
  • PART III: A GLOBAL HERITAGE.
  • 12. Ancient Empires, Ancient Gods.
  • 13. The Age of Faith.
  • 14. The Renaissance.
  • 15. Drama and Light: Mannerism, The Baroque, and Rococo.
  • PART IV: THE MODERN ERA.
  • 16. The Battle of the Ism's: Neoclassicism, Romanticism, and Realism.
  • 17. Out of the Studio and into the Light: Impressionism and Post-Impressionism.
  • 18. The Real World on Trial: The Early Twentieth Century.
  • 19. The Invisible Made Visible: Abstract and Nonrepresentational Art.
  • 20. A Storm of Images: Art in the Contemporary World.
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. With the best price in the market, THE POWER OF ART delivers unrivaled value.
  • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
  • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
  • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
  • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
  • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. Students will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
  • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. Students will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
  • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
  • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
  • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating for students. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
  • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating for students. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
  • The "A Global View" boxes expose students to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter, to provide students with a better worldview.
  • The "A Global View" boxes expose students to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter, to provide students with a better worldview.
  • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
  • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
  • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
  • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
  • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
  • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
  • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
  • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
  • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
  • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
  • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. You will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
  • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. You will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
  • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
  • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
  • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
  • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
  • The "A Global View" boxes introduce you to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter to provide you with a better worldview.
  • The "A Global View" boxes introduce you to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter to provide you with a better worldview.
  • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
  • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
  • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
  • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
  • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
  • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
  • PART I: THE LANGUAGE OF ART.
  • 1. The Power of Art.
  • 2. The Primary Elements.
  • 3. The Principles of Design.
  • PART II: THE ARTIST'S MATERIALS AND TOOLS.
  • 4. Drawing.
  • 5. Painting.
  • 6. Printmaking.
  • 7. Photography.
  • 8. New Media: Time and Digital Arts.
  • 9. Sculpture.
  • 10. Architecture.
  • 11. Decorative Arts, Crafts and Design.
  • PART III: A GLOBAL HERITAGE.
  • 12. Ancient Empires, Ancient Gods.
  • 13. The Age of Faith.
  • 14. The Renaissance.
  • 15. Drama and Light: Mannerism, The Baroque, and Rococo.
  • PART IV: THE MODERN ERA.
  • 16. The Battle of the Ism's: Neoclassicism, Romanticism, and Realism.
  • 17. Out of the Studio and into the Light: Impressionism and Post-Impressionism.
  • 18. The Real World on Trial: The Early Twentieth Century.
  • 19. The Invisible Made Visible: Abstract and Nonrepresentational Art.
  • 20. A Storm of Images: Art in the Contemporary World.
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. With the best price in the market, THE POWER OF ART delivers unrivaled value.
  • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
  • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
  • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
  • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
  • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. Students will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
  • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. Students will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
  • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
  • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
  • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating for students. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
  • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating for students. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
  • The "A Global View" boxes expose students to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter, to provide students with a better worldview.
  • The "A Global View" boxes expose students to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter, to provide students with a better worldview.
  • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
  • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
  • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
  • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
  • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
  • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
  • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
  • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
  • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
  • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
  • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. You will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
  • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. You will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
  • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
  • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
  • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
  • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
  • The "A Global View" boxes introduce you to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter to provide you with a better worldview.
  • The "A Global View" boxes introduce you to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter to provide you with a better worldview.
  • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
  • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
  • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
  • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
  • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
  • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
  • PART I: THE LANGUAGE OF ART.
  • 1. The Power of Art.
  • 2. The Primary Elements.
  • 3. The Principles of Design.
  • PART II: THE ARTIST'S MATERIALS AND TOOLS.
  • 4. Drawing.
  • 5. Painting.
  • 6. Printmaking.
  • 7. Photography.
  • 8. New Media: Time and Digital Arts.
  • 9. Sculpture.
  • 10. Architecture.
  • 11. Decorative Arts, Crafts and Design.
  • PART III: A GLOBAL HERITAGE.
  • 12. Ancient Empires, Ancient Gods.
  • 13. The Age of Faith.
  • 14. The Renaissance.
  • 15. Drama and Light: Mannerism, The Baroque, and Rococo.
  • PART IV: THE MODERN ERA.
  • 16. The Battle of the Ism's: Neoclassicism, Romanticism, and Realism.
  • 17. Out of the Studio and into the Light: Impressionism and Post-Impressionism.
  • 18. The Real World on Trial: The Early Twentieth Century.
  • 19. The Invisible Made Visible: Abstract and Nonrepresentational Art.
  • 20. A Storm of Images: Art in the Contemporary World.
  • Product Description
  • 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. With the best price in the market, THE POWER OF ART delivers unrivaled value.
    • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
    • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
    • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
    • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
    • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. Students will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
    • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. Students will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
    • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
    • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
    • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating for students. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
    • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating for students. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
    • The "A Global View" boxes expose students to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter, to provide students with a better worldview.
    • The "A Global View" boxes expose students to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter, to provide students with a better worldview.
    • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
    • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
    • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
    • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
    • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
    • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
    • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
    • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
    • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
    • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
    • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. You will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
    • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. You will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
    • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
    • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
    • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
    • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
    • The "A Global View" boxes introduce you to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter to provide you with a better worldview.
    • The "A Global View" boxes introduce you to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter to provide you with a better worldview.
    • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
    • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
    • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
    • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
    • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
    • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
    • PART I: THE LANGUAGE OF ART.
    • 1. The Power of Art.
    • 2. The Primary Elements.
    • 3. The Principles of Design.
    • PART II: THE ARTIST'S MATERIALS AND TOOLS.
    • 4. Drawing.
    • 5. Painting.
    • 6. Printmaking.
    • 7. Photography.
    • 8. New Media: Time and Digital Arts.
    • 9. Sculpture.
    • 10. Architecture.
    • 11. Decorative Arts, Crafts and Design.
    • PART III: A GLOBAL HERITAGE.
    • 12. Ancient Empires, Ancient Gods.
    • 13. The Age of Faith.
    • 14. The Renaissance.
    • 15. Drama and Light: Mannerism, The Baroque, and Rococo.
    • PART IV: THE MODERN ERA.
    • 16. The Battle of the Ism's: Neoclassicism, Romanticism, and Realism.
    • 17. Out of the Studio and into the Light: Impressionism and Post-Impressionism.
    • 18. The Real World on Trial: The Early Twentieth Century.
    • 19. The Invisible Made Visible: Abstract and Nonrepresentational Art.
    • 20. A Storm of Images: Art in the Contemporary World.
  • Features
  • 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. With the best price in the market, THE POWER OF ART delivers unrivaled value.
    • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
    • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
    • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
    • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
    • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. Students will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
    • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. Students will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
    • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
    • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
    • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating for students. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
    • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating for students. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
    • The "A Global View" boxes expose students to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter, to provide students with a better worldview.
    • The "A Global View" boxes expose students to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter, to provide students with a better worldview.
    • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
    • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
    • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
    • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
    • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
    • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
    • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
    • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
    • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
    • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
    • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. You will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
    • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. You will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
    • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
    • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
    • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
    • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
    • The "A Global View" boxes introduce you to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter to provide you with a better worldview.
    • The "A Global View" boxes introduce you to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter to provide you with a better worldview.
    • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
    • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
    • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
    • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
    • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
    • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
    • PART I: THE LANGUAGE OF ART.
    • 1. The Power of Art.
    • 2. The Primary Elements.
    • 3. The Principles of Design.
    • PART II: THE ARTIST'S MATERIALS AND TOOLS.
    • 4. Drawing.
    • 5. Painting.
    • 6. Printmaking.
    • 7. Photography.
    • 8. New Media: Time and Digital Arts.
    • 9. Sculpture.
    • 10. Architecture.
    • 11. Decorative Arts, Crafts and Design.
    • PART III: A GLOBAL HERITAGE.
    • 12. Ancient Empires, Ancient Gods.
    • 13. The Age of Faith.
    • 14. The Renaissance.
    • 15. Drama and Light: Mannerism, The Baroque, and Rococo.
    • PART IV: THE MODERN ERA.
    • 16. The Battle of the Ism's: Neoclassicism, Romanticism, and Realism.
    • 17. Out of the Studio and into the Light: Impressionism and Post-Impressionism.
    • 18. The Real World on Trial: The Early Twentieth Century.
    • 19. The Invisible Made Visible: Abstract and Nonrepresentational Art.
    • 20. A Storm of Images: Art in the Contemporary World.
  • About the Author
  • 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. With the best price in the market, THE POWER OF ART delivers unrivaled value.
    • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
    • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
    • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
    • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
    • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. Students will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
    • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. Students will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
    • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
    • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
    • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating for students. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
    • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating for students. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
    • The "A Global View" boxes expose students to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter, to provide students with a better worldview.
    • The "A Global View" boxes expose students to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter, to provide students with a better worldview.
    • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
    • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
    • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
    • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
    • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
    • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
    • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
    • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
    • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
    • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
    • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. You will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
    • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. You will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
    • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
    • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
    • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
    • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
    • The "A Global View" boxes introduce you to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter to provide you with a better worldview.
    • The "A Global View" boxes introduce you to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter to provide you with a better worldview.
    • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
    • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
    • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
    • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
    • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
    • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
    • PART I: THE LANGUAGE OF ART.
    • 1. The Power of Art.
    • 2. The Primary Elements.
    • 3. The Principles of Design.
    • PART II: THE ARTIST'S MATERIALS AND TOOLS.
    • 4. Drawing.
    • 5. Painting.
    • 6. Printmaking.
    • 7. Photography.
    • 8. New Media: Time and Digital Arts.
    • 9. Sculpture.
    • 10. Architecture.
    • 11. Decorative Arts, Crafts and Design.
    • PART III: A GLOBAL HERITAGE.
    • 12. Ancient Empires, Ancient Gods.
    • 13. The Age of Faith.
    • 14. The Renaissance.
    • 15. Drama and Light: Mannerism, The Baroque, and Rococo.
    • PART IV: THE MODERN ERA.
    • 16. The Battle of the Ism's: Neoclassicism, Romanticism, and Realism.
    • 17. Out of the Studio and into the Light: Impressionism and Post-Impressionism.
    • 18. The Real World on Trial: The Early Twentieth Century.
    • 19. The Invisible Made Visible: Abstract and Nonrepresentational Art.
    • 20. A Storm of Images: Art in the Contemporary World.
  • Table of Contents
  • 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. With the best price in the market, THE POWER OF ART delivers unrivaled value.
    • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
    • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
    • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
    • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
    • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. Students will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
    • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. Students will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
    • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
    • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
    • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating for students. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
    • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating for students. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
    • The "A Global View" boxes expose students to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter, to provide students with a better worldview.
    • The "A Global View" boxes expose students to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter, to provide students with a better worldview.
    • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
    • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
    • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
    • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
    • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
    • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
    • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
    • Over 100 new images, including the highest-quality versions of views that appeared in previous editions.
    • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
    • New beautiful and lively design reflects the engaging writing style and content.
    • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. You will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
    • "Lives of the Artists" box have been added throughout to highlight the artists behind the art. "British Bad Boys: Hirst and Banksy," for example, describes the two artists and their different views on art and their paths to success. You will learn more about modern and contemporary artists such as Picasso, Elsa Schiaparelli, June Wayne, Nick Cave, and Martin Puryear as well as old masters such as Caravaggio and Gentileschi.
    • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
    • Rich set of integrated online learning tools. CourseMate includes Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, quizzing and Image Flashcards — which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. Videos provide discussions and 360 walk arounds of important sites.
    • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
    • "Art News" boxes discuss real events that often rocked the world, such as the theft of Mona Lisa. These boxes are both entertaining and illuminating. New boxes include Turner, the Fire King, and The Mud Angels of Florence.
    • The "A Global View" boxes introduce you to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter to provide you with a better worldview.
    • The "A Global View" boxes introduce you to art and culture from around the world. These boxes demonstrate the diversity and complexity of myriad cultures across the globe and are integrated throughout the text, rather than isolated in a separate chapter to provide you with a better worldview.
    • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
    • "Art Issues" boxes discuss important current concerns and controversies facing the art world. Topics include "Pilgrimages for a New Age", detailing travel to hard-to-reach earthwork sites, "What's the Difference Between a Print and a Poster", and "The Elgin Marbles Controversy."
    • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
    • THE POWER OF ART features more diverse and contemporary artists (more than thirty added for this edition) with many new works by women, including Petah Coyne, Ana Mendieta, Julie Mehretu, Nina Paley, June Wayne, Betsabeé Romero, and Front Design Studio of Stockholm. Among the many international artists added are Gabriel Orozco, Wangechi Mutu, Laila Essaydi, Jun-Nguyen Hatsushiba, Yinka Shonibare, Damián Ortega, and El Anatsui.
    • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
    • Timelines help place works from different cultures in a historical framework. Maps help place works in their geographical context.
    • PART I: THE LANGUAGE OF ART.
    • 1. The Power of Art.
    • 2. The Primary Elements.
    • 3. The Principles of Design.
    • PART II: THE ARTIST'S MATERIALS AND TOOLS.
    • 4. Drawing.
    • 5. Painting.
    • 6. Printmaking.
    • 7. Photography.
    • 8. New Media: Time and Digital Arts.
    • 9. Sculpture.
    • 10. Architecture.
    • 11. Decorative Arts, Crafts and Design.
    • PART III: A GLOBAL HERITAGE.
    • 12. Ancient Empires, Ancient Gods.
    • 13. The Age of Faith.
    • 14. The Renaissance.
    • 15. Drama and Light: Mannerism, The Baroque, and Rococo.
    • PART IV: THE MODERN ERA.
    • 16. The Battle of the Ism's: Neoclassicism, Romanticism, and Realism.
    • 17. Out of the Studio and into the Light: Impressionism and Post-Impressionism.
    • 18. The Real World on Trial: The Early Twentieth Century.
    • 19. The Invisible Made Visible: Abstract and Nonrepresentational Art.
    • 20. A Storm of Images: Art in the Contemporary World.
 
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