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Now split so as to better pair with the textbook volumes, the Study Guide will help the students not only remember the information presented in each chapter but also process it on a higher level. It focuses on critical analysis of the subject through a workbook section and self-quizzes along with prompts to explore the chapter's images and topics through the ArtStudy 2.0 C ...more
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Published June 1st 1995 by Harcourt Brace College Publishers (first published 1986)
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This is a really great resource for art and art history. Even though it is a textbook for my AP Art History class I am finding myself reading it for fun, as strange as it seems. Sometimes the language used sounds a bit pretentious, but that is to be expected from a textbook.
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tha's a really good book for Art...you can serach everything about the art on it.
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Helen Gardner (1878–1946) was an American art historian and educator. Her Art Through the Ages remains a standard text for American art history classes.

Gardner was born in Manchester, New Hampshire and attended school in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago. In 1901 she graduated with a degree in classics from the University of Chicago.[1] After an interval as a teacher, she returned to the same
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Art Through the Ages Gardner's Art Through the Ages, Vol 1, Chapters 1-18 (w/Artstudy Student CD-ROM & Infotrac) Art Through the Ages 2 The First Girl Guide: The Story of Agnes Baden-Powell Limits of Literary Criticism

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