Living with Art12th Edition
PART ONE: INTRODUCTION
1 Living with Art
2 What Is Art?
3 Themes of Art
PART TWO: THE VOCABULARY OF ART
4 The Visual Elements
5 Principles of Design
PART THREE: TWO-DIMENSIONAL MEDIA
9 Camera and Computer Arts
10 Graphic Design
PART FOUR: THREE-DIMENSIONAL MEDIA
11 Sculpture and Installation
12 Arts of Ritual and Daily Life
PART FIVE: ARTS IN TIME
14 Ancient Mediterranean Worlds
15 Christianity and the Formation of Europe
16 The Renaissance
17 The 17th and 18th Centuries
18 Arts of Islam and of Africa
19 Arts of Asia: India, China, and Japan
20 Arts of the Pacific and of the Americas
21 The Modern World: 1800–1945
22 From Modern to Postmodern
23 Contemporary Art around the World
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