The guide to imagery series introduces readers to the important visual vocabulary of Western art.
The opening page of each entry relates essential information about the symbol depicted. A brief description at the beginning of an entry recounts the basic characteristics of the subject. Each entry explores its respective theme's significance in art history and includes full-page and full-color reproductions. This book's appendixes include a general index of symbols of nature and an index of artists for easy cross-referencing.
Title: Nature and Its Symbols
Author: Lucia Impelluso, transl. by Stephen Sartarelli
Year of release: 2004
Publisher: J. Paul Getty Museum
Number of pages: 383
Format: 20 x 13.5 x 2.2
Binding method: Paperback