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by Harold Spencer

Free eBook Readings in Art History, Vol. 2: The Renaissance tothe Present, 3rd Edition download ISBN: 0024143901
Author: Harold Spencer
Publisher: Pearson; 3rd edition (January 11, 1982)
Language: English
Pages: 2
Category: Art and workmanship
Subcategory: History and Criticism
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really great dealing with everything from the Middle Ages on up. Great selection of writings.

Spencer, Harold, 1920- comp. v. 1. Ancient Egypt through the Middle Ages. 2. The Renaissance to the present. Extremely narrow margins.

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Find nearly any book by Harold Spencer. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Readings in Art History, Volume 1: 001. by Harold Spencer. ISBN 9780024143808 (978-0-02-414380-8) Softcover, Pearson, 1982. Find signed collectible books: 'Readings in Art History, Volume 1: 001'.

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Release Date: January 1969. Publisher: NEW YORK CHARLES SCRIBNERS. Weight: . 9 lbs. You Might Also Enjoy. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

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Book is in Good shape. No writing inside book. Bottom right corner of cover is bent. Cover is Black and white (See photos)
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Llbery
It served its purpose, however, I hated the class. I do appreciate how it was written though. Kind of hard to follow in some parts and in some aspects but other than that, good job.
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A great book, but I was not aware that is was a photocopied version. The price was very low, so I can't really complain, but the properties of the book weren't clear from the description
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My sons who are college students were really thankful for this book it saved them lots of time looking and most of all lots of money. We really appreciate it and it came in the mail very timely!!!!!!!!
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I had the good fortune to buy this book several years ago at a used book store before I had any exposure to the field of art history. It was my mistake not to read it thoroughly when I first got it; as I became more familiar with the art covered in this volume as well as the secondary literature, I realized that it contains some of the best essays written by some of the best minds to have worked on the problems of art history. Among the exceptional essays collected in this volume: Otto Demus on Byzantine mosaics, Katzenellenbogen on the Romanesque tympanum at Vezelay, Panofsky on Jan van Eyck, Millard Meiss on Sienese painting, Beazley on Greek art, Rhys Carpenter on classical architecture. These are masterpieces of art history, judged by the amount of information they compress and their continued relevance in a field where so much of what's written ages poorly if at all.