Art in context is constructed as a timeline and offers a unique view of art history. The book takes the reader into history based on art movements, artists and their sources of inspiration. The authors place 150 movements and movements in their social, cultural and political context. It becomes clear at a glance how art and world history relate to each other. Art in context, with many photos, historical documents, a glossary and an index is an indispensable reference work on art.
Title: Kunst in context - World history of movements and movements
Author: Diane Fortenberry (ch. Red.)
Year of release: 2015
Number of pages: 368 with 600 illustrations
Format: 30 x 25.5 x 3.5
Binding method: Hardcover