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The Paintings That Revolutionized Art

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Now available in a paperback edition, this beautifully illustrated, delightfully informative collection of one hundred of the worlds most significant paintings covers nearly every period, culture, and style. What makes the Book of Kells such an extraordinary example of illuminated manuscript? Why is...
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Now available in a paperback edition, this beautifully illustrated, delightfully informative collection of one hundred of the worlds most significant paintings covers nearly every period, cu...
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Now available in a paperback edition, this beautifully illustrated, delightfully informative collection of one hundred of the worlds most significant paintings covers nearly every period, culture, and style. What makes the Book of Kells such an extraordinary example of illuminated manuscript? Why is Durers self-portrait so iconic? How did Turners Rain, Steam, Speed turn the art world on its head? Whats so great about Jasper Johns Flag? And who was Whistlers mother, anyway? Art history is filled with paintings that shocked, intrigued, enraged, and mystified their audiencespaintings that exemplified the period in which they were created and forever changed the way we think. Here, one hundred examples of these icons of art are presented in beautiful, high-quality reproductions. Each double-page spread features lavish illustrations and details as well as engaging texts that explain why the painting belongs in the pantheon of world changing art.

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Author

claudia stauble

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paperback

ISBN

9783791381534

Pages

288

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Now available in a paperback edition, this beautifully illustrated, delightfully informative collection of one hundred of the worlds most significant paintings covers nearly every period, culture, and style. What makes the Book of Kells such an extraordinary example of illuminated manuscript? Why is Durers self-portrait so iconic? How did Turners Rain, Steam, Speed turn the art world on its head? Whats so great about Jasper Johns Flag? And who was Whistlers mother, anyway? Art history is filled with paintings that shocked, intrigued, enraged, and mystified their audiencespaintings that exemplified the period in which they were created and forever changed the way we think. Here, one hundred examples of these icons of art are presented in beautiful, high-quality reproductions. Each double-page spread features lavish illustrations and details as well as engaging texts that explain why the painting belongs in the pantheon of world changing art.
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Now available in a paperback edition, this beautifully illustrated, delightfully informative collection of one hundred of the worlds most significant paintings covers nearly every period, culture, and style. What makes the Book of Kells such an extraordinary example of illuminated manuscript? Why is Durers self-portrait so iconic? How did Turners Rain, Steam, Speed turn the art world on its head? Whats so great about Jasper Johns Flag? And who was Whistlers mother, anyway? Art history is filled with paintings that shocked, intrigued, enraged, and mystified their audiencespaintings that exemplified the period in which they were created and forever changed the way we think. Here, one hundred examples of these icons of art are presented in beautiful, high-quality reproductions. Each double-page spread features lavish illustrations and details as well as engaging texts that explain why the painting belongs in the pantheon of world changing art.

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