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By: Debra J. ,DeWitte Ralph M. ,Larmann ,M. Kathryn Shields
ISBN-10: 0500841152
/ ISBN-13: 9780500841228

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Authors: Debra J. ,DeWitte Ralph M. ,Larmann ,M. Kathryn Shields
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Gateways to Art, 3E

    • Title Page
    • Copyright Information
    • Contents
    • Preface
    • Organization and How to Use this Book
    • New in this Edition
    • Resources for Instructors
    • Resources for Students
    • The Authors
    • Acknowledgments
    • How to Use Gateway to Art and Other Features

Introduction

    • What Is Art?
    • Fine Art, Craft, and the Commercial Arts
    • The Visual World
    • Where Is Art?
    • Art and Creativity
    • Who Makes Art?
    • The Power and Value of Art
    • Protest and Censorship of Art
    • Studying Art
    • FEATURES
    • Gertrude Stein as an Art Patron
    • Loongkoonan: The Value of Art to Keep Alive Knowledge and Culture
    • Tracy Chevalier: Art Inspires a Novel and a Movie

Part 1. Fundamentals

    • Chapter 1.1 Line, Shape, and the Principle of Contrast
    • Line
    • Shape
    • Contrast
    • FEATURES
    • Gateway to Art: Kahlo, The Two Fridas: Using Line to Guide and Direct a Viewer’s Attention
    • Gateway to Art: Weems, Kitchen Table Series: The Principle of Contrast and Dramatic Effect
    • Chapter 1.2 Form, Volume, Mass, and Texture
    • Form
    • Form in Relief and in the Round
    • Volume
    • Mass
    • FEATURES
    • The Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao
    • Brancusi and Rodin: Using Mass to Describe Love
    • Texture
    • Chapter 1.3 Implied Depth: Value and Space
    • Value
    • Space
    • FEATURE
    • Gateway to Art: Raphael, The School of Athens: Perspective and the Illusion of Depth
    • Chapter 1.4 Color
    • Color and Light
    • Color and Pigment
    • Additive and Subtractive Color
    • Color Wheels
    • Key Characteristics of Color
    • The Sensation of Color
    • Interpreting Color Symbolism
    • The Psychology of Color
    • Chapter 1.5 Motion and Time
    • Motion
    • Time
    • FEATURE
    • Gateway to Art: Ai Weiwei, Dropping a Han Dynasty Urn: Motion and Reproduction as a Metaphor for Tim
    • Chapter 1.6 Unity, Variety, and Balance
    • Unity
    • Variety
    • Balance
    • FEATURES
    • Gateway to Art: Hokusai, “The Great Wave off Shore at Kanagawa”: A Masterpiece of Unity and Harm
    • Gateway to Art: The Taj Mahal: Love and Perfection
    • Chapter 1.7 Scale and Proportion
    • Scale
    • Proportion
    • FEATURE
    • Gateway to Art: Raphael, The School of Athens: Scale and Proportion in a Renaissance Masterpiece
    • Chapter 1.8 Focal Point and Emphasis
    • Focal Point
    • Emphasis
    • Subordination
    • Focal Point and Emphasis in Action
    • FEATURE
    • Gateway to Art: Gentileschi, Judith Decapitating Holofernes: Using Focal Point for Dramatic Emphasis
    • Chapter 1.9 Pattern and Rhythm
    • Pattern
    • Rhythm
    • FEATURE
    • Gateway to Art: Maya Lintel Showing Shield Jaguar and Lady Xoc: Pattern Used to Emphasize Royal Powe
    • Chapter 1.10 Engaging with Form and Content
    • Formal Analysis
    • Stylistic Analysis
    • Iconographic Analysis
    • Contextual Analysis
    • Analysis, Critique, and Interpretation
    • Combined Analysis in Historical and Contemporary Art
    • FEATURES
    • Types of Analysis and Critique
    • Research and Interpretation

Part 2. Media And Processes

    • Chapter 2.1 Drawing
    • Functions of Drawing
    • The Materials of Drawing: Dry Media
    • The Materials of Drawing: Wet Media
    • Paper
    • Life Drawing
    • FEATURES
    • Gateway to Art: Raphael, The School of Athens: Drawing in the Design Process
    • Gateway to Art: Kahlo, The Two Fridas: Artist Sketchbooks
    • Chapter 2.2 Painting
    • The First Paintings
    • Encaustic
    • Fresco
    • Tempera
    • Oil
    • Ink Painting
    • Watercolor and Gouache
    • Acrylic
    • Mixed-Media Painting
    • Mural Art and Spray Paint
    • FEATURES
    • José Clemente Orozco: Fresco Painting Inspired by the Mexican Revolution
    • Gateway to Art: Gentileschi, Judith Decapitating Holofernes: The Artist in the Act of Painting
    • Chapter 2.3 Printmaking
    • Context of Printmaking
    • Relief Printmaking
    • Intaglio Printmaking
    • Collagraphy
    • Lithography
    • Serigraphy (Silkscreen Printing)
    • Editions
    • Monotypes and Monoprints
    • Print Shops and Digital Reproduction Services
    • Contemporary Directions in Printmaking
    • FEATURE
    • Gateway to Art: Hokusai, “The Great Wave off Shore at Kanagawa”: Using the Woodblock Printing Me
    • Chapter 2.4 Sculpture
    • Approaches to Three Dimensions in Sculpture
    • Bas-Relief and High Relief
    • Methods of Sculpture
    • Pushing beyond Traditional Methods
    • FEATURES
    • Gateway to Art: Maya Lintel Showing Shield Jaguar and Lady Xoc: Varying Degrees of Relief for Emphas
    • Michelangelo
    • Antony Gormley: Asian Field
    • Chapter 2.5 Architecture
    • Structure, Function, and Form
    • Ancient Construction
    • Classical Architectural Styles
    • The Emergence of the Methods and Materials of the Modern World
    • The Postmodern Reaction to Modernism
    • Currents in Architecture
    • FEATURES
    • Abbot Suger and the Dynamics of Gothic Architecture
    • Gateway to Art: The Taj Mahal: Engineering Eternity
    • Contrasting Ideas in Modern Architecture: Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye and Frank Lloyd Wright’s F
    • Zaha Hadid: A Building for Exciting Events
    • Chapter 2.6 The Tradition of Craft
    • Ceramics
    • Glass
    • Metalwork
    • Fiber
    • Wood
    • FEATURES
    • Hyo-In Kim: Art or Craft: What’s the Difference?
    • San Ildefonso-Style Pottery
    • Faith Ringgold, Tar Beach
    • Chapter 2.7 Visual Communication Design
    • The Visual Character of Text
    • The Communicative Image
    • Layout Design
    • Web Design
    • FEATURES
    • Influence of the Bauhaus on Visual Design
    • April Greiman: Does It Make Sense? Greiman’s Design Quarterly #133, 1986
    • Color in Visual Communication Design
    • Chapter 2.8 Photography
    • Recording the Image: Film to Digital
    • The Dawn of Photography
    • Negative/Positive Process in Black and White
    • In Living Color
    • Photojournalism
    • Photocollage and Photomontage
    • Postmodern Return to Historic Processes
    • The Art of Photography
    • FEATURES
    • Traditional and Alternative Darkroom Methods
    • Steve McCurry
    • Gateway to Art: Weems, Kitchen Table Series: Story Telling and Sto-re-telling
    • Chapter 2.9 Film/Video and Digital Art
    • Moving Images before Film
    • Silent and Black-and-White Film
    • Sound and Color
    • Animation and Special Effects
    • Film Genres
    • Film as Art
    • FEATURE
    • Bill Viola: How Did Video Become Art?
    • Chapter 2.10 Alternative Media and Processes
    • Context of Alternative Media
    • Conceptual Art
    • Performance Art
    • Installation and Environments
    • Out of the Shadows and into the Light: Enlivened Gallery Space
    • FEATURES
    • Gateway to Art: Ai Weiwei, Dropping a Han Dynasty Urn and Colored Vases: Art that Resists Categories
    • Molly Gochman: Bringing Light to the Scars

Part 3. History And Context

    • Timeline
    • Chapter 3.1 The Prehistoric and Ancient Mediterranean
    • Prehistoric Art in Europe and the Mediterranean
    • Mesopotamia: The Cradle of Civilization
    • Ancient Egypt
    • Art of Ancient Greece
    • Etruscan Art
    • Roman Art
    • FEATURES
    • Hieroglyphs
    • Zahi Hawass: The Golden Mask of Tutankhamun
    • Classical Architectural Orders
    • Controversy about the Parthenon Marbles
    • Stylistic Changes in the Sculpture of Ancient Greece
    • Chapter 3.2 Art of the Middle Ages
    • Art of Late Antiquity and Early Christianity
    • Byzantine Art
    • Manuscripts and the Middle Ages
    • Pilgrimage in the Middle Ages
    • The Rise of the Gothic
    • From the Gothic to Early Renaissance in Italy
    • FEATURES
    • Three Religions of the Middle Ages
    • Iconoclasm: Destruction of Religious Images
    • Chapter 3.3 Art of India, China, Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia
    • India
    • China
    • Japan
    • Korea
    • Southeast Asia
    • FEATURES
    • Philosophical and Religious Traditions in Asia
    • Gateway to Art: The Taj Mahal: The Gardens of Paradise in the Taj Mahal
    • The Spread of the Image of Buddha along the Silk Road
    • Gateway to Art: Ai Weiwei, Dropping a Han Dynasty Urn: The Value of Art: Questions of History and Au
    • The Three Perfections: Calligraphy, Painting, Poetry
    • Sonoko Sasaki: Arts and Tradition in Japan
    • Gateway to Art: Hokusai, “The Great Wave off Shore at Kanagawa”: Mount Fuji: The Sacred Mountain
    • Chapter 3.4 Art of the Americas
    • When’s the Beginning?
    • South America
    • Mesoamerica
    • North America
    • FEATURES
    • Gateway to Art: Maya Lintel Showing Shield Jaguar and Lady Xoc: Invoking Ancestors through Bloodlett
    • “We Are the Mirrors”: Legislation and Activism to Protect Native Rights and Land
    • Chapter 3.5 Art of Africa and the Pacific Islands
    • Art of Africa
    • African Architecture
    • Art of the Pacific Islands
    • FEATURE
    • Paul Tacon: Australian Rock Art
    • Chapter 3.6 Art of Renaissance and Baroque Europe (1400–1750)
    • The Early Renaissance in Italy
    • The Renaissance in Northern Europe
    • The High Renaissance in Italy
    • Late Renaissance and Mannerism
    • Italian Baroque
    • Northern Baroque
    • FEATURES
    • Van Eyck, Panofsky, and Iconographic Analysis
    • Gateway to Art: Raphael, The School of Athens: Past and Present in the Painting
    • Protestant Reformation and Catholic Counter-Reformation: A Comparison through Last Suppers
    • Gateway to Art: Gentileschi, Judith Decapitating Holofernes: The Influence of Caravaggio
    • Depictions of David
    • Chapter 3.7 Art of Europe andAmerica (1700–1865): Rococo to Romanticism
    • Rococo
    • Rejecting the Rococo: Sentimentality in Painting
    • Neoclassicism
    • Romanticism
    • FEATURES
    • The French Academy of Painting and Sculpture: Making a Living as an Artist
    • Slavery and Colonialism in Eighteenth-Century Art
    • Chapter 3.8 The Modern Aesthetic: Realism to Expressionism
    • Art Academies and Modernism
    • Realism
    • A Revolutionary Invention: Photography and Art in the Nineteenth Century
    • Impressionism
    • Post-Impressionism
    • Symbolism
    • Fin de Siècle and Art Nouveau
    • Expressionism
    • FEATURES
    • Influences on the Impressionists: Japanese Woodcuts and Photography
    • Gateway to Art: Gentileschi, Judith Decapitating Holofernes: Variations on a Theme
    • Chapter 3.9 Late Modern and Early Contemporary Art in the Twentieth Century
    • The Revolution of Color and Form
    • Dada
    • Surrealism
    • The Influence of Cubism
    • Early Twentieth-Century Art in America
    • Abstract Expressionism
    • Pop Art
    • Minimalism
    • FEATURES
    • Gateway to Art: Kahlo, The Two Fridas: Was She a Surrealist?
    • Modern and Postmodern Architecture
    • Chapter 3.10 The Late Twentieth Century and Art of the Present Day
    • Conceptual Art
    • Performance and Body Art
    • Earthworks
    • Postmodernism, Identity, and Multiculturalism
    • Narratives of Fact and Fiction
    • Installation
    • Socially Engaged Art
    • FEATURES
    • Borrowing an Image
    • Gateway to Art: Weems, Kitchen Table Series: Personal and Cultural Narrative
    • Inside, Outside, Upside Down: Ideas Recontextualized
    • Gabriel Dawe: Materializing Light, Inverting Constructs

Part 4. Themes

    • Chapter 4.1 Art and Community
    • Places to Gather
    • Art by and for the Community
    • Man-Made Mountains
    • Rituals and Art of Healing and Community Solidarity
    • Art in the Public Sphere
    • FEATURES
    • Art, Super-Sized
    • Richard Serra: A Sculptor Defends His Work
    • Chapter 4.2 Spirituality and Art
    • Gods, Deities, and Enlightened Beings
    • Spirits and Ancestors
    • Connecting with the Gods
    • Sacred Places
    • Personal Paths to Spirituality
    • FEATURE
    • Judgment and the Afterlife
    • Chapter 4.3 Art and the Cycle of Life
    • Life’s Beginnings and Endings
    • Marking Time
    • Lineage and Ancestors
    • Mortality and Immortality
    • FEATURES
    • Gateway to Art: The Taj Mahal: Mumtaz Mahal: A Life Remembered
    • Christian Marclay, The Clock: “Glue” by Darian Leader
    • Vanitas: Reminders of Transience
    • Chapter 4.4 Art and Science
    • Art Celebrating Science
    • Astronomy and Space Exploration in Art
    • Using Science and Mathematics to Create Art
    • Perception, Senses, and Psychology
    • Science as a Tool to Understand and Care for Art
    • Chapter 4.5 Art, Illusion, and Transformation
    • Art as an Illusionistic Window
    • Illusionism as Trickery
    • Illusion and the Transformation of Ideas
    • FEATURES
    • Gateway to Art: Raphael, The School of Athens: Architectural Illusion
    • Satirizing Illusionism: Hogarth’s False Perspective
    • Art and Spiritual Transformation
    • Chapter 4.6 Art of Political Leaders and Rulers
    • Iconic Portraiture of Leaders
    • Female Rulers
    • Art Used by Rulers to Regulate Society
    • FEATURE
    • Gateway to Art: Maya Lintel Showing Shield Jaguar and Lady Xoc: Queens in Support of Their Husbands
    • Chapter 4.7 Art, War, and Revolution
    • Documenting the Tragedies of War
    • Warriors and Battle Scenes
    • The Artist’s Response to War
    • Remembrance and Memorials
    • FEATURE
    • Wafaa Bilal: Domestic Tension: An Artist’s Protest against War
    • Chapter 4.8 Art of Protestand Social Conscience
    • Art as Protest and Activism
    • Art as the Victim of Protest: Censorship and Destruction
    • Art that Raises Social Awareness
    • FEATURES
    • Gateway to Art: Ai Weiwei, Dropping a Han Dynasty Urn and Colored Vases: The Art of Activism: Speaki
    • Censorship of Art: The Nazi Campaign against Modern Art
    • Gateway to Art: Hokusai, “The Great Wave off Shore at Kanagawa”: Using Famous Art to Make a Soci
    • Chapter 4.9 The Body in Art
    • Archetypal Images of the Body
    • Ideal Proportion
    • Notions of Beauty
    • Performance Art: The Body Becomes the Artwork
    • The Body in Pieces
    • The Body Reframed
    • FEATURES
    • Reclining Nudes
    • Spencer Tunick: Human Bodies as Installations
    • Henri Matisse: The Blue Nude: Cutouts and the Essence of Form
    • Gateway to Art: Kahlo, The Two Fridas: A Body in Pain
    • Chapter 4.10 Identity, Race, and Gender in Art
    • Self-Portraits
    • Challenging the Status Quo
    • Culture on Display
    • Identity and Ambiguity
    • FEATURES
    • Gateway to Art: Gentileschi, Judith Decapitating Holofernes: Self-Expression in the Judith Paintings
    • Cindy Sherman: The Artist and Her Identity
    • Gateway to Art: Weems, Kitchen Table Series: Cultural Diplomacy

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