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Subjects Painters.
Painting -- History.
Painting.
Peintres.
Peinture -- Histoire.
Description xxii, 524 pages, [40] leaves of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
Copyright Date 1931.
Notes Includes index.
"Bibliography and acknowledgments": pages 515-516.
Summary Limited ... to painting in the western world, beginning with giotto and the occidental tradition, and driving a straight course through successive developments down to and including the latest French modernism and the new mural art of North America. Introd.
Contents 1. The world before Giotto -- 2. Giotto -- 3. Florence -- 4. Leonardo Da Vinci -- 5. Michael Angelo -- 6. Venice: the courtesan city -- 7. Titian -- 8. The early Flemings -- 9. Rubens -- 10. The Dutch -- 11. Rembrandt -- 12. Three Spaniards: El Greco, Velasquez, Goya -- 13. Englishmen: Hogarth, Blake, Face-painters and artists, Turner -- 14. An American master -- 15. The French -- 16. Delacroix -- 17. Daumier -- 18. Impressionism -- 19. CeĢzanne -- 20. Modernism -- Conclusion: Hopes and fears for Americans.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)185931
(OCoLC)ocm00185931
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Craven, Thomas, 1888-1969.
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