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by Lawrence Gowing

Free eBook History of Art download ISBN: 1566198720
Author: Lawrence Gowing
Publisher: Dorset House Publishing Co Inc (1983)
Language: English
Pages: 992
Category: Art and workmanship
Subcategory: History and Criticism
Size MP3: 1696 mb
Size FLAC: 1811 mb
Rating: 4.6
Format: lit txt lrf doc


A History of Art book.

A History of Art book. Sir Lawrence was born Lawrence Burnett Gowing to Horace Gowing, a draper, and his wife, Luisa. Born in Stoke Newington and raised in London, his first painting of note, Mare Street, Hackney, made reference to his father's shop. After attending the Downs School at Colwall, Herefordshire and Leighton Park School, in 1938 he enrolled in the Euston Road School, where he studied with William Coldstream. Books by Lawrence Gowing.

Bibliography: p. Includes index.

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Includes the visual arts, such as painting, engraving, sculpture et. only.

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Sir Lawrence Burnett Gowing CBE RA (21 April 1918 – 5 February 1991) was an English artist, writer, curator and teacher. Initially recognised as a portrait and landscape painter, he quickly rose to prominence as an art educator, writer, and eventually, curator and museum trustee. He was described as a prominent member of the "English Establishment". As a student of art history he was largely self-taught.

com: A History of Art: Very good copy of this huge art history. 992 pages profusely illustrated throughout. No mark or names- text and illustrations are clean and clear. Gift inscription on inside front cover. List this Seller's Books.

Danielle Joyner is an assistant professor of art history at Lawrence University. She taught at the University of Notre Dame and Southern Methodist University before joining the faculty at Lawrence University. in medieval studies from the University of Toronto and a P. in art history from Harvard University. She is the author of the 2016 book, Painting the Hortus Deliciarum: Medieval Women, Wisdom, and Time, as well as articles on the subjects of time, gardens and the natural world in medieval arts.

This Book is Beautiful and wonderfully depicts a comprehensive view of the origination and development of the role of art in World Culture.
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Fhois
There are three ways of viewing art; namely, the way it has been, the way it could be, and the way it should be. This book of course follows the first, with the other two being delegated to art techniques and the philosophy of aesthetics. It is very difficult to say whether one can gain insight into a culture via the artistic relics that have been left over from it, but a rational and organized discussion of how humans have expressed themselves in the past can only inspire a deeper appreciation of art. That being said, an author must be careful in the decision as to what goes into a book on art history. Subjective preferences can seduce an author into including artworks that are representative only of the author's view, or, possibly even worse, the views of the majority of the people in the era that is studied. A work of art need not be popular before it is classified as art, but frequently it is the popular works that are chosen to be included in a work on art history. Art is a continuous source of surprise, it beckons the viewers to consider alternatives, and to formulate, sometimes with concentration and at other times with reckless abandonment, an estimate of themselves. A book on the history of art should be no different than the art which it delineates: it should also be original, and give readers a slight push off balance, get them out of equilibrium, and entice them to reconsider their preconceptions.
This book does not do this, and instead focuses its attention on the artwork that would be classified as popular or familiar. It does however give an academic and very comprehensive view of the history of art from a culturally global point of view. It is democratic in its selection of geographies and the cultures in which the art originated. For that reason it could be read profitably by someone interested in the facts of art, with the goal perhaps of finding out the values and motivations of the culture in which the art was produced. Not much time is spent on the methodologies and reasons for the art taking the form that it did in past cultures. It would have been interesting to encounter more discussion on the mediums chosen by the artists, and why they chose these particular mediums, with more detailed discussion maybe of the connection of these mediums with the available technology of the time. Or, maybe more discussion on the connection of the art with the particular philosophies of the culture.
Popular or not, the art pieces chosen in the book are still fascinating to look at. They are a delightful mixture of the symmetrical and the chaotic, the familiar and the fantastical, and they reinforce the belief that to live life, one must also draw it, paint it, and sculpt it.....
Vichredag
My favorite!!!
Beautiful condition and so complete.