30 books — 16 voters
The history of art refers to the history of the visual arts including painting, sculpture and architecture. Considered encyclopedically, the history of art is an attempt to survey art throughout human history, classifying cultures and periods by their distinguishing features. This is undertaken by people and institutions with diverging goals, but whose efforts interrelate, including: academic art historians, museum curators, auction house personnel, private collectors, and religious adherents. Given these agendas, it is unsurprising that there are many ways of structuring a history of art, as ...more
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Japanese Visual Arts
54 books — 5 voters
Netherlandish Prints and Printmakers
28 books — 1 voter
Art History as an Art Medium
31 books — 1 voter
“ The artists of this nation - state are, taken as one historical subject, one of 'latecomers' to the smorgasbord of the artistic pantheon.Even if Sweden as a nation-state thus seems to have been excluded from the world art history its contemporary arts infrastructure presently makes the country a much more vital place of production. ...more ”
“ The homage paid to the fragment and the dismantling of the large narratives had had their spatial counterpart in the lack of integrated and conceptual vision of urban construction, and perhaps also of social construction. ”
This is a group for people who love to read about art history. The goal is to read a book about …more
[close] This is a group for people who love to read about art history. The goal is to read a book about 12 different artists throughout the year. Please feel free to join and chat! Also - please feel free to vote on what artists you would like to read about. There is a poll on the bottom of the page with a write-in option if the artist you are looking for isn't there.
24 members, last active 5 years ago
Dear Friends, It's gives me great pleasure to put this group forward as a source to help authors…more
[close] Dear Friends, It's gives me great pleasure to put this group forward as a source to help authors, children and parents to learn about the process of creating a book. It's a great resource pull for authors to deep in and out of. It serves as a treasure trove for writing, learning and illustrating materials.
3 members, last active 2 years ago
[close] Explore the correlation of art and literature in the Springville Museum of Art’s book club. Enjoy light refreshments and discuss interesting books with the Museum’s inspiring galleries as a backdrop.
3 members, last active 10 years ago
I'm not entirely sure what a group is on goodreads but we need one, i think. …more
[close] I'm not entirely sure what a group is on goodreads but we need one, i think.
9 members, last active 5 months ago
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