History of Art for Young People

History of Art for Young People

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Written with pre-college readers in mind, History of Art for Young People tells the story of art in the Western world from its beginnings in prehistoric Europe and ancient Egypt through to contemporary art of today. The sixth edition of this unsurpassed classic sports a more contemporary, colorful design, 30 percent more color illustrations than the fifth edition, and 42 maps. In addition, the text has been heavily rewritten and edited so that it is far easier to read and remember. With the unmatched credibility of the Janson name, this convenient-to-use reference will enlighten and educate the entire family. Note: This book is sold in the academic market by Prentice Hall under the title Basic History of Art, 6th Edition.
Publisher: New York : Harry N. Abrams, 2003
Edition: 6th ed. --
ISBN: 9780810905115
Branch Call Number: 709 Jan 2003
Characteristics: 695 p. : ill. (some col.), maps
Additional Contributors: Janson, Anthony F.


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Apr 06, 2013

Excellent insight and an extremely informative read on the history of art.

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