World of Art

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  1. Book ImageBauhaus

    Frank Whitford

    New Revised

    An accessible history of the Bauhaus, tracing the ideas behind its conception and its highly influential teaching methods.More

  2. Book ImageThe Art of Mesoamerica: From Olmec to Aztec

    Mary Ellen Miller

    Mary Ellen Miller’s rich visual and scholarly survey of pre-Hispanic art and architecture, including the most recent archaeological finds.More

  3. Book ImageEgyptian Art

    Bill Manley

    An insightful volume delving into the enduringly compelling art of ancient Egypt, from a new historical perspectiveMore

  4. Book ImageDada: Art and Anti-Art

    Hans Richter, Michael White

    Second

    “One of the best and most consistently interesting documents on this extraordinary movement that has been published.” —The Sunday TimesMore

  5. Book ImageGreek Art

    John Boardman

    Fifth

    “One of the very best short histories of Greek Art.” — The Financial TimesMore

  6. Book ImageArt Since 1989

    Kelly Grovier

    An extensive, accessible guide to the most groundbreaking and influential art from 1989 to the presentMore

  7. Book ImageAbstract Expressionism

    David Anfam

    Second edition

    Curator and critic David Anfam’s crucial exploration of the Abstract Expressionist movement, updated to include scholarship of the past decade and a halfMore

  8. Book ImageDigital Art

    Christiane Paul

    Third edition

    “Paul does an impressive job of compressing the activity of a huge field, in which there are no obvious heroes and no single aesthetic line.” —Publishers WeeklyMore

  9. Book ImageArt Since 1960

    Michael Archer

    “A welcome publication covering a period in art history not yet properly documented.” —ChoiceMore

  10. Book ImageBody Art

    Nicholas Thomas

    An illuminating and authoritative survey of body art by a world expert on the subjectMore

  11. Book ImageJapanese Art

    Joan Stanley-Baker

    “A long-needed presentation of Japanese art that concisely offers inclusive coverage from prehistoric times to the twentieth century.” —ChoiceMore

  12. Book ImageMaya Art and Architecture

    Mary Ellen Miller, Megan O'Neil

    “In addition to serving as an introduction to Maya art, the book communicates enthusiasm for the art’s aesthetic power and grace.” —ChoiceMore

  13. Book ImageThe Photograph as Contemporary Art

    Charlotte Cotton

    “Essential reading for anyone who wishes to make sense of the complex . . . world of contemporary art photography.” —Picture ProfessionalMore

  14. Book ImageViking Art

    James Graham-Campbell

    A definitive guide to Viking art by a world expert on the subjectMore

  15. Book ImageArt and Architecture in Mexico

    James Oles

    “A lucid—at times, even poetic—summary of five hundred years of Mexican art. The illustrated works of art are well-chosen and beautifully integrated into Oles’s text. Indeed, it feels as if his words emanate from the art itself.” –Donna Pierce, Denver Art MuseumMore

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