VIS 1102:Historical Survey Western Art
Books in the Main Stacks
Ackere, J.E. van. (1972). Baroque & classic art in Belgium. Brussels: M. Vokaer N6966.A3413
Berenson, B. (1952). The Italian painters of the Renaissance. New York: Phaidon. ND615.B55 1952
Careri, G. (2003). Baroques. Princeton, NJ Princeton University. N6415.B3 C3613 2003
Maguire, H. (1981). Art and eloquence in Byzantium. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University. N7852.5 .M34
Murray, P. (1963). The art of the Renaissance. New York: Praeger. N6370.M97
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Citing Your Resources
Doing ethical research means citing sources. It is critical to credit writers for their work and their contributions to your research. To not do so is unethical and leads to plagiarism - unintentionally or not. Here are some sources to help you cite properly and to avoid the problem of plagiarism.
- Citation of Sources
This lists citation engines which help you create proper citations as well as providing information on different citation styles.
- Tips on avoiding plagiarism
Turnitin is a service that faculty and students use to detect and avoid plagiarism in their writing.
NoodleBib is an online resource that will help you format MLA and APA bibliographies, exporting them directly to your word processing program.
Dictionaries & Encyclopedias
Encyclopedia of world art. (1959–87). New York: McGraw-Hill. Comprehensive and authoritative encyclopedia which contains extensive bibliographies and illustrations. International in scope, with emphasis on schools and movements by country and period. One half of each volume consists of plates that coincide with the articles in the first half. Excellent image source. Volumes 16 and 17 are supplements. ‘’‘Reference N31 .E4833 vol. 1–15 (1959–1968), 16(1983), 17(1987) ‘’‘ Honour, H., & Fleming, J. (1995). The visual arts: A history. (4th ed.). New York: Abrams. Text surveys the history of world art from “before history” to the end of the twentieth century. The text is presented in a historical as well as an aesthetic context. Reference N5300 .H68 1995
Janson, H.W., & Janson, A.F. (1997). History of art. (5th ed.). New York: Harry N. Abrams. One-volume survey of the history of Western art in historical, stylistic, and cultural analyses. ‘’‘Reference N5300.J3 1997 Brookhaven Reference N5300 .J3 2001 (6th ed.)’‘’
Janson, H. W. (1985). 19th Century sculpture. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc. One-volume study of sculpture from 1776–1905 and its role in establishing the Neoclassic aesthetic. Text contains 321 photographs. Includes bibliographies based on geographical areas as well as individual artists. Reference NB197.3.J36 1985
Kemp, M. (Ed.). (2000). The Oxford history of Western art. New York: Oxford University Press. Western art history is classified according to five major changes of historical development rather than the conventional linear survey of changing styles (i.e. Renaissance, Baroque, etc.). Text covers art history from 600 BC to 2000 AD with a focus on European Art. Reference N5300 .O96 2000
Pierce, J.S. (1995). From Abacus to Zeus: A handbook of art history. (5th ed.). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. Terminology and iconography with reference to specific works of art and illustrations keyed to the fifth edition of Janson’s History of Art. Reference N33.P5 1995
Redford, D.B. (Ed.). (2001). The Oxford encyclopedia of ancient Egypt. New York: Oxford University Press, Inc. Text covers the full social, political, religious, cultural and artistic legacy of 5,000 years of Egyptian civilization. Topics include art, architecture, religion, language, literature, trade, politics, everyday social life and the culture of the court. ‘’‘Reference DT58 .O94 2001, vols. 1–3 ‘’‘ Ross, L. (1996). Medieval art: A topical dictionary. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Text is a quick reference to topics, stories, symbols, and themes frequently represented in early Christian, Western Medieval, and Byzantine art. ‘’‘Reference N7850 .R67 1996 ‘’‘ Roberts, H.E. (Ed.). (1998). Encyclopedia of comparative iconography: Themes depicted in works of art. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn. This encyclopedia examines themes and associated iconography found in biblical, mythological, and literary texts in historical and comparative contexts. Reference N7565 .E53 1998, vol. 1–2
Strieter, T.W. (1999). Nineteenth-century European art: A topical dictionary. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Survey of major European art movements, works, themes, people, and events covering the period from 1789–1914, presented with a historical view of developments in Europe. Entries include description of works and the context in which they were created. Includes bibliographical references. Reference N6757 .S77 1999
Tansey, R.G., & Kleiner, F.S. (2001). Gardner’s art through the ages (11th ed.). Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt Brace College Publishers. Authoritative survey of history of world art that covers the Stone Age, ancient Near East, ancient Egypt, prehistoric Aegean, ancient Greece, Asian, Etruscan, ancient Rome, late antiquity, Byzantium, Islamic, American, African, Medieval, Romanesque, and Gothic. ‘’‘Reference N5300.G25 1996 Brookhaven Reference N5300.G25 2001, vol. 1–2′’‘
Turner, J. (Ed.). (1996). The dictionary of art. New York: Grove’s Dictionaries. Comprehensive coverage of the history of visual arts worldwide. Includes analysis of styles, schools, groups and movements, as well as emphasis on the forms, themes and subject matter of art. Coverage extends to architecture, decorative arts, and photography. Biographical entries include brief bibliographies for further reading. Volume 34 is an index. Also available online. Reference N31 .D5 1996, vol. 1–34
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