Table of contents for Gardner's Art through the ages : a global history / Fred S. Kleiner.


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Introduction: What is Art History? 1. Art in the Stone Age. 2. Ancient Mesopotamia and Persia. 3. Egypt from Narmer to Cleopatra. 4. The Prehistoric Aegean. 5. Ancient Greece 6. The Etruscans. 7. The Roman Empire. 8. Late Antiquity. 9. Byzantium. 10. The Islamic World. 11. Early Medieval Europe. 12. Romanesque Europe. 13. Gothic Europe. 14. Late Medieval Italy. 15. South and Southeast Asia before 1200. 16. China and Korea to 1279. 17. Japan before 1333. 18. Native American Cultures before 1300. 19. Africa before 1800. 20. Late Medieval and Early Renaissance Art in Northern Europe. 21. The Renaissance in Quattrocento Italy. 22. Renaissance and Mannerism in Cinquecento Italy. 23. High Renaissance and Mannerism in Northern Europe and Spain. 24. The Baroque in Italy and Spain. 25. The Baroque in Northern Europe. 26. Rococo to Neoclassicism: The 18th Century in Europe and America. 27. Romanticism, Realism, Photography: Europe and America, 1800 to 1870. 28. Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Symbolism: Europe and America, 1870 to 1900. 29. Modernism in Europe and America, 1900 to 1945. 30. Modernism and Postmodernism in Europe and America, 1945 to 1980. 31. Contemporary Art Worldwide. 32. South and Southeast Asia, 1200 to 1980. 33. China and Korea, 1279 to 1980. 34. Japan, 1333 to 1980. 35. Native American Cultures, 1300 to 1980. 36. Oceania before 1980. 37. Africa, 1800 to 1980.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Art -- History.