Revel for Art: A Brief History, Sixth Edition balances formal analysis with contextual art history in order to engage a diverse student audience. By treating the visual arts as one component of a vibrant cultural landscape (which also includes politics, religion, economics, and more), authors Marilyn Stokstad and Michael Cothren, both scholars as well as teachers, help students recognize and appreciate the central role that art and architecture have played in human history.
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About the Author
Michael W. Cothren is Professor of Art History at Swarthmore College, where he has also served as Art Department Chair, Coordinator of Medieval Studies, and Divisional Chair of the Humanities. Since arriving at Swarthmore in 1978, he has taught specialized courses on Medieval, Roman, and Islamic art and architecture, as well as seminars on theory and method, but he most enjoys teaching the survey to Swarthmore beginners. His research and publications focus on French Gothic art and architecture, most recently in a book on the stained glass of Beauvais Cathedral entitled Picturing the Celestial City. Michael is consultative curator of medieval stained glass at the Glencairn Museum in Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania. He has served on the board of the International Center of Medieval Art and as President both of the American Committee of the International Corpus Vitrearum and of his local school board. When not teaching or engaged in art historical research, you can find him hiking in the red rocks around Sedona, Arizona.
Table of Contents1. Prehistoric Art in Europe
2. Art of the Ancient Near East
3. Art of Ancient Egypt
4. Early Asian Art
5. Art of Ancient Greece and the Aegean World
6. Etruscan and Roman Art
7. Jewish, Early Christian, and Byzantine Art
8. Islamic Art
9. Later Asian Art
10. Early Medieval and Romanesque Art
11. Gothic Art
12. Early Renaissance Art
13. Art of the High Renaissance and Reformation
14. Seventeenth-Century Art in Europe
15. Art of the Americas
16. African Art
17. European and American Art, 1715—1840
18. European and American Art, 1840—1910
19. Modern Art in Europe and The Americas, 1900—1945
20. Art Since 1945