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  1. Reference Texts 6 items
    These should all be worth consulting as reference materials throughout both semesters. We have included general texts that discuss the development of Western Art in our period (1600-1970) and texts that should help you understand the 'History of Art' as a discipline.
    1. A world history of art - Honour, Hugh, Fleming, John 2002

      Book Recommended

    2. The Oxford history of western art - Kemp, Martin 2000

      Book Recommended

    3. Oxford Art online (formerly known as The Macmillan History of Art) 2010

      Website Essential An earlier printed version of this resources is available in the library titled 'The Macmillan Dictionary of Art' (34 volumes available in the reference section - N 33 D5). You will need your ATHENS username to access this on-line version off- campus.

    4. How to write art history - D'Alleva, Anne 2006

      Book Recommended

    5. History of art: a students' handbook - Pointon, Marcia 1993

      Book Recommended

    6. The visual arts: a history - Hugh Honour, John Fleming 2013

      Book Essential

  2. Baroque Rome 35 items
    1. General/Reference Texts: Baroque Rome 4 items
      1. The genius of Rome, 1592-1623 - Brown, Beverly Louise, Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain) 2001

        Book Essential

      2. Circa 1600: a new revolution of style in Italian painting - Freedberg, Sydney Joseph, Carracci, Annibale, Carracci, Lodovico 1983

        Book Recommended

      3. Rome: the buildings of Europe - Woodward, Christopher 1996

        Book Recommended

      4. A new history of Italian Renaissance art - Stephen J. Campbell, Michael Wayne Cole 2012

        Book 

    2. Week 2: Preparatory Reading on 'Baroque Rome' 3 items
    3. Week 3: Seminar Task: defining the Baroque (analyse a painting by either Caravaggio or Gentileschi, identifying features that could be labelled Baroque) 17 items
      Please see pp.20-21 of the module handbook (also available via eBridge) for details of this task.
      1. Caravaggio: a life sacred and profane - Graham-Dixon, Andrew 2010

        Book Essential

      2. Caravaggio - Wilson-Smith, Timothy 1998

        Book Recommended Helpful but brief text - high quality images

      3. Caravaggio - Hibbard, Howard [1997]

        Book Background Use index for individual paintings

      4. Caravaggio: a life - Langdon, Helen 1998

        Book Recommended

      5. Caravaggio Studies - Friedlaender, Walter F. 1955

        Book Background Still valuable despite age

      6. Artemisia Gentileschi: the image of the female hero in Italian Baroque art - Garrard, Mary D. 1989

        Book Essential

      7. Artemisia Gentileschi and the authority of art: critical reading and catalogue raisonnâe - Bissell, R. Ward 1999

        Book Essential Bissell challenges the interpretation of Feminist art historians like Garrard.

      8. Women, art, and society - Chadwick, Whitney 1990

        Book Essential For context on women artists in this period

      9. For reviews of Garrard and Ward Bissell's texts, see eBridge external links

      10. Violence and virtue: Artemisia Gentileschi's "Judith slaying Holofernes" - Eve Straussman-Pflanzer 2013

        Book Essential

      11. The Moment of Caravaggio - Micheal Fried 2010

        Book Essential

      12. Artemisia Gentileschi: the story of a passion - Roberto Contini, Francesco Solinas, Palazzo reale di Milano 2011

        Book Essential

    4. Week 5: reading to support assessed presentatations on Bernini's St Teresa 8 items
      1. Bernini: genius of the Baroque - Avery, Charles, Finn, David 1997

        Book 

      2. Italian baroque sculpture - Boucher, Bruce 1998

        Book 

      3. The life of Bernini - Baldinucci, Filippo 1966

        Book 

      4. Bernini - Hibbard, Howard 1965

        Book 

      5. Baroques - Careri, Giovanni, Ferranti, Ferrante 2003

        Book  Has brilliant photographs.

    5. Week 5: class reading - Bernini's Four Rivers Fountain - Baroque? 2 items
    6. Week 7: DEGREE WEEK PLUS 1 item
      1. Introduction: Rembrandt & Caravaggio in Bull, D., 'Rembrandt: Caravaggio' (Zwolle, 2006) pp.10-29

        Chapter Essential Available online via Canvas (see folder entitled 'Amsterdam- Introductory Reading') Catalogue published in conjunction with the exhibition, Rembrandt-Caravaggio, presented by the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam and the Van Gogh Museum in the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, 24 February-18 June 2006

  3. Seventeenth Century Amsterdam 28 items
    1. General /Reference Texts 4 items
      1. Dutch art and architecture: 1600 to 1800 - Rosenberg, Jakob, Slive, Seymour, Kuile, Engelbert Hendrik ter 1993

        Book Recommended

      2. The art of the Dutch Republic 1585-1718 - Westermann, Mariet 1996

        Book Essential

      3. Dutch culture in the Golden Age - J. L. Price 2011

        Book Recommended

    2. Week 9: class reading 2 items
    3. Week 9: reading to support assessed presentations 9 items
      1. The night watch - Gary Schwartz, Rijksmuseum (Netherlands) c2002

        Book Essential

      2. Rembrandt - Westermann, Marièet 2000

        Book  The chapter on The Nightwatch is also available online via eBridge or via the link included.

      3. Frans Hals Militiaman and Painter - K Levy-van Helm, L Abraham

        Chapter 

      4. 'Portraiture' in Dutch art and architecture: 1600 to 1800 - Jakob Rosenberg, Seymour Slive, 1993

        Chapter 

      5. Rembrandt's universe: his art, his life, his world - Gary Schwartz 2014

        Book Essential

    4. Week 10: class reading 1 item
    5. Week 10: reading to support assessed presentations 12 items
      1. Vermeer's women: secrets and silence - Wieseman, Marjorie E. 2011

        Book Recommended

      2. Still life and trade in the Dutch golden age - Hochstrasser, Julie 2007

        Book Essential Chapter 2 digitised.

      3. Dutch flower painting, 1600-1720 - Taylor, Paul c1995

        Book 

      4. Elegance and refinement: the still-life paintings of Willem van Aelst - Willem van Aelst, Tanya Paul, James Clifton, Arthur K. Wheelock c2012

        Book Essential

      5. Still lifes: techniques and style : an examination of paintings from the Rijksmuseum - Wallert, Arie, Rijksmuseum (Netherlands) 1999

        Book Essential

      6. Masters of the everyday: Dutch artists in the age of Vermeer - Desmond Shawe-Taylor, Quentin Buvelot 2015

        Book Essential

  4. Augustan London 35 items
    1. General /Reference Texts 5 items
      1. The Cambridge guide to the arts in Britain - Ford, Boris 1991

        Book Background Especially Volume 5

      2. Georgian London - Catherine Ross, John Clark 2011

        Chapter Essential

      3. A subject for taste: culture in eighteenth-century England - Jeremy Black 2006

        Book Essential

    2. Week 11: class reading to support the first lecture on 'Augustan London' 1 item
    3. Week 12: class reading to support the second lecture on 'Augustan London' 1 item
    4. Week 13: Hogarth - reading to support assessed presentations 13 items
      1. Hogarth - Hallett, Mark, Riding, Christine 2006

        Book Essential

      2. Hogarth and his times: serious comedy - Bindman, David 1997

        Book Essential

      3. Marriage a-la-mode: a re-view of Hogarth's narrative art - Cowley, Robert L.S., Hogarth, William 1983

        Book Essential

      4. William Hogarth (1697-1764): the artist and the city - Whitworth Art Gallery 1997

        Book Essential

      5. Hogarth - Bindman, David, Hogarth, William 1981

        Book Essential Chapters entitled ‘Modern Moral Subjects’ and ‘The World of the Progresses’ are especially useful.

      6. London 1753 - O'Connell, Sheila 2003

        Book Recommended Tto accompany an exhibition at the British Museum

      7. Urban Pastorals

        Chapter Essential Gin Lane and Beer Street are two late prints that the entire class has been asked to analyse.

      8. Street Life - C Riding

        Chapter Essential Gin Lane and Beer Street are two late prints that the entire class has been asked to analyse.

    5. Week 14: reading to support assessed presentations on Portraiture 15 items
      1. Sir Joshua Reynolds: a complete catalogue of his paintings - Mannings, David, Postle, Martin, Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art 2000

        Book Essential

      2. Reynolds - Penny, Nicholas, Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain), Galeries nationales du Grand Palais (France) 1986

        Book Recommended

      3. Gainsborough - Rosenthal, Michael J., Myrone, Martin, Tate Britain (Gallery), National Gallery of Art (U.S.) 2002

        Book Essential

      4. Femininity and masculinity in eighteenth-century art and culture - Perry, Gillian, Rossington, Michael 1993

        Book Essential CLASS READING FOR THE SEMINAR ON GRAND MANNER PORTRAITURE

      5. Joshua Reynolds: the creation of celebrity - Postle, Martin, Tate Gallery 2005

        Book Essential

      6. Thomas Gainsborough and the modern woman - Leca, Benedict 2010

        Book Essential

      7. The pleasures of the imagination: English culture in the eighteenth century - Brewer, John 1997

        Book Essential Section on 'the stage' essential for those looking at Images of Actors and Actresses

      8. The paintings of Thomas Gainsborough - Cormack, Malcolm 1991

        Book Recommended

      9. Gainsborough - Rosenthal, Michael J., Myrone, Martin 2002

        Book Essential

      10. Notorious muse: the actress in British art and culture, 1776-1812 - Asleson, Robyn 2003

        Book Essential A recent text on Actresses in c.18 culture - vital for those tackling this assessed seminar presentation.

  5. Nineteenth-Century Paris 35 items
    1. General Texts/Reference 4 items
      1. Nineteenth century French art: from Romanticism to Impressionism, post-Impressionism and Art Nouveau - Allard, Sâebastien, Loyrette, Henri, Des Cars, Laurence 2007

        Book Recommended

      2. Arts of the 19th century - Vaughan, William 1998

        Book Recommended

      3. Paris in the late 19th century - Kinsman, Jane, Green, Pauline 1997

        Book Recommended

      4. Impressionism: beneath the surface - Smith, Paul 1995

        Book Essential

    2. Week 15: Class Reading on the impact of Romanticism and Revolution 2 items
      1. Chapter 1 – 'Attitudes and Ambiguities' in W.Vaughan, Romanticism and Art (London: Thames and Hudson, 1994) pp. 9-26

        Chapter Essential A compelling discussion of key themes and approaches adopted by artists who would later be labelled 'Romantic'

      2. Chapter 2, 'Revolutions in History Painting', (2001) in D. Blayney Brown, Romanticism (London: Phaidon Press, 2001) pp. 110-120

        Chapter Essential A good summary of the impact of Romanticism and the rapidly changing European social and political climate on History Painting.

    3. Week 16: reading to support seminar presentations on Napoleonic Imagery and Daumier 11 items
      1. Chapter 6 Painting and War (II): La Bataille d’Eylau - C Prendergast

        Chapter Essential Oxford: Clarendon,1997

      2. Portraits by Ingres: image of an epoch - Tinterow, Gary, Conisbee, Philip 1999

        Book Essential For those tackling this assessed presentation topic (or looking at he essay on Napoelon) the section on Ingres's portrait of Napoleon on his throne is incredibly useful.

      3. Napoleon and his artists - Wilson-Smith, Timothy 1996

        Book Recommended Canova’s ‘Napoleon as Mars the Peacemaker’ and the limits of Imperial Portraiture, article available on eBridge with other material for seminar

      4. Realism - Nochlin, Linda 1990

        Book Recommended Use the index for Daumier who is often seen as a Realist artist through the medium (and nature) of Lithography. It is worth noting that Realism was established later in the field of Fine Art (1848 and beyond).

      5. Daumier and his world - Vincent, Howard P. 1968

        Book Recommended

      6. Honore Daumier 1808-1879: [exhibition catalogue] - Armand Hammer Daumier Collection 1981

        Book Essential

      7. Honore Daumier - Laughton, Bruce 1996

        Book Essential

      8. Daumier, 1808-1879 - Campbell, Douglas 1999

        Book 

      9. Chapter 7: Fractures in the Juste Milieu (part): Caricature as Exposé of the Regime’s Contradictions - Albert Boime 2004

        Chapter Essential An excellent contextual discussion of the problems prompted by Daumier's caricature of Louis Phillippe's government in the 1830s and 40s. Boime is a Social Historian of art - see http://www.dictionaryofarthistorians.org/boimea.htm

      10. Daumier: visions of Paris - Beatrice Gullström, Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain) 2013

        Book Essential The most up to date text on Daumier. See https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/exhibition/daumier#video for a short, introductory video on the Royal Academy's exhibition. Please note we are limiting our analysis to Daumier's imagery in the 1830s and 40s.

    4. Week 18: reading to support assessed presentations on Impressionist Landscapes (late 60s to early 80s) 8 items
      1. Impressionism: origins, practice, reception - Thomson, Belinda 2000

        Book Essential Introduction and Chapter 6, ‘The Impressionist Subject’. This is an excellent introduction to Impressionism and updates Smith's earlier 1995 textbook.

      2. Impressionism: art, leisure and Parisian society - Herbert, Robert L. 1988

        Book Essential Slightly dated (20+ years old) but this presents an excellent thesis for the radical nature of Impressionist subjects and style. The chapter on 'The City' is particularly apt for this presentation.

      3. Gustave Caillebotte, the unknown Impressionist - Distel, Anne, Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain) 1996

        Book Essential Caillebotte's city scenes of Paris are often considered anomalous in the history of Impressionist landscapes and thus are worth exploring in some detail.

      4. Renoir in the City - Riopelle Christopher 2007

        Chapter Essential Presents recent research on Renoir's take on the suburbs and the city.

      5. Chapter 6: Suburban leisure - Robert L Herbert 1988

        Chapter Essential Available via Digital Texts

    5. Week 19: reading to support assessed presentations on images of Parisian Entertainment (late nineteenth century) 6 items
      1. Cirque 1890 – 1891 - A Distel

        Chapter  Available online via eBridge

      2. Paris Intense - Jane Kinsman 1997

        Chapter Essential

      3. Manet’s Masked Ball at the Opera

        Chapter Essential Linda Nochlin's seminal analysis of his painting as an example of Manet's Realist critique of Modern LIfe is excellent. Please ensure that you cite her work.

      4. Impressionism: beneath the surface - Smith, Paul 1995

        Book Essential Chapters 1 and 2 - probably the best introductory text book on Impressionism other than Thomson's 2000, Impressionism: origins, practice, reception.

      5. Parade de cirque 1887-1888 - G Tinterow

        Chapter Recommended

      6. Dance Halls - R Thomson (ed.)

        Chapter Essential VITAL for class research on Lautrec's images of the dance hall.

    6. Week 19: reading to support seminar task - researching Toulouse Lautrec and the Moulin Rouge 4 items
      1. Chapter: 'The Dancehalls and the ‘chahut’ in R.Thomson (ed.), Toulouse Lautrec (London: South Bank Centre, 1991) pp.238-269

        Chapter Essential Exhibition held at the Hayward Gallery examines most of the artist’s major works associated with the Moulin Rouge

  6. Twentieth Century New York 138 items
    1. General Texts 9 items
      1. American art in the 20th century: painting and sculpture, 1913-1993 - Joachimides, Christos M., Rosenthal, Norman 1993

        Book Recommended Slightly dated but the short essays here are incredibly helpful in understanding early debates about American Modernism.

      2. American visions: the epic history of art in America - Hughes, Robert 1997

        Book Essential

      3. City of ambition: artists and New York, 1990-1960 - Sussman, Elisabeth 1996

        Book Recommended

      4. Twentieth-century American art - Erika Doss 2002 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential

      5. Culture and Arts

        Webpage Essential A good introduction to key themes in culture and art in Depression America.

    2. Week 21: class research; classifying Edward Hopper 12 items
      1. The New York artist as social critic, 1918-1933 - Cox, Richard William, University of Wisconsin 1973

        Book Essential 'The American Artist and the City, 1918-1928' and 'The Etchings of Edward Hopper'

      2. New York and Environs - Gail Levin 1998

        Chapter Essential

      3. Edward Hopper - Troyen, Carol 2007

        Book Recommended

      4. Edward Hopper - Goodrich, Lloyd 1993

        Book Recommended

      5. Edward Hopper - Wagstaff, Sheena 2004

        Book Recommended

      6. America after the Fall: Painting in the 1930's - Judith A. et al Barter 2016

        Book Essential

      7. From Hopper to Rothko: America's road to modern art - Ortrud Westheider 2017

        Book Essential

    3. Week 21: reading to support assessed presentations on American Precisionism 9 items
      1. The Armory Show and Early Modernism in America - Abraham Davidson

        Chapter Recommended

      2. Precisionist View and American scene: The 1920s - Wieland Schmied

        Chapter Essential A brief essay from the RA's 1993 exhibition on Art in America

      3. Twentieth-century American art - Doss, Erika Lee 2002

        Book Essential Also available electronically - http://library.hull.ac.uk/record=b2294422~S3

      4. Charles Sheeler: and the cult of the machine - Lucic, Karen 1991

        Book Essential Requires advance ordering — inter-site transfer. Chapter on ‘New York City’ digitised.

      5. Precisionism in America, 1915-1941: reordering reality - Murphy, Diana, Montclair Art Museum 1994

        Book Essential

      6. Chapter 3 – An Italian in New York - Wanda M Corn

        Chapter Essential Text set for CLASS RESEARCH TOPIC.

      7. Georgia O'Keefe - Georgia O'Keeffe, Tanya Barson, Tate Modern (Gallery), Kunstforum Wien 2016

        Book Recommended

      8. Georgia O'Keeffe - Lisa Mintz Messinger, Georgia O'Keeffe c2001

        Book Recommended

    4. Week 22: reading to support assessed presentations on American Pop Art 13 items
      1. Pop art: a continuing history - Livingstone, Marco 1990

        Book  Chapter 6 digitised.

      2. Andy Warhol: a retrospective - Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.), Hayward Gallery 1989

        Book Recommended

      3. Pop art: the independent group to neo pop, 1952-90 - Bradford R. Collins c2012

        Book Recommended

      4. Claes Oldenburg: the sixties - Achim Hochdörfer, Barbara Schröder, Museum Moderner Kunst (Austria), Museum Ludwig 2012

        Book Essential

      5. Wesselmann and Pop at Home

        Chapter Essential

      6. Wesselmann and the Great American Pop Art Movement - Marco Livingstone 2005

        Chapter Essential

    5. New purchases (requests submitted to the library for new texts to support this module) 95 items
      1. The first Georgians: art & monarchy, 1714-1760 - Desmond Shawe-Taylor, Royal Collection (Great Britain), Royal Collection Trust, Queen's Gallery (London, England) 2014

        Book Recommended

      2. Painted ladies: women at the court of Charles II - Catharine MacLeod, Julia Marciari Alexander, Kevin Sharpe, Diana Dethloff 2001

        Book Recommended

      3. London: the illustrated history - Catherine Ross, John Clark 2011

        Book Essential

      4. Violence and virtue: Artemisia Gentileschi's "Judith slaying Holofernes" - Eve Straussman-Pflanzer 2013

        Book Essential

      5. A closer look: still life - Erika Langmuir, Erika Langmuir, National Gallery (Great Britain) 2010

        Book Recommended

      6. Modern life: Edward Hopper and his time - Edward Hopper, Barbara Haskell, Ortrud Westheider, Bucerius Kunst Forum 2009

        Book Essential

      7. Hopper drawing - Carter E. Foster, Daniel S. Palmer, Whitney Museum of American Art, Dallas Museum of Art c2013

        Book Recommended

      8. The waters of Rome: aqueducts, fountains, and the birth of the Baroque city - Katherine Wentworth Rinne 2010

        Book Essential

      9. Daumier : visions of Paris - Beatrice Gullstr©œm, Daumier (1808-1879) : Visions of Paris (Exhibition), Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain) 2013

        Book Essential

      10. Dutch cityscapes of the Golden Age - Ariane van Suchtelen, Arthur K. Wheelock, Boudewijn Bakker, Henriette de Bruyn Kops c2008

        Book 

      11. Charles Sheeler: across media - Charles Brock, Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago), M. H. de Young Memorial Museum (San Francisco), National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.) c2006

        Book Essential

      12. Futurism in Flight: "Aeropittura" paintings and sculptures of Man's conquest of space (1913-1945) - Bruno Mantura, Patrizia Rosazza-Ferraris, Livia Velani, Accademia Italiana (London) 1990

        Book Essential

      13. The mysticism of money: precisionist painting and machine age America - Andrew Hemingway c2013

        Book Essential

      14. The Société anonyme: modernism for America - Jennifer R. Gross, Ruth L. Bohan, Yale University 2006

        Book Essential

      15. An American lens: scenes from Alfred Stieglitz's New York secession - Jay Bochner 2008

        Book Essential

      16. Georgians revealed: life, style and the making of modern Britain - Moira Goff, John Goldfinch, Karen Limper-Herz, Helen Peden

        Book Background

      17. Socialist realisms: Soviet painting, 1920-1970 - Matthew Cullerne Bown, Matteo Lafranconi, Faina Balakhovska︠i︡a, Palazzo delle esposizioni (Rome, Italy) 2012

        Book Recommended

      18. The edifice complex: the architecture of power - Deyan Sudjic 2006

        Book Recommended

      19. Pop art design - Mateo Kries, Mathias Schwartz-Clauss, Vitra Design Museum, Louisiana (Museum : Humlebæk, Denmark) c2012

        Book Recommended

      20. The long march of pop: art, music, and design, 1930-1995 - Thomas E. Crow 2014

        Book Essential

      21. Elsie Driggs: the quick and the classical - Constance Kimmerle, Elsie Driggs, James A. Michener Art Museum c2008

        Book Recommended

      22. Vermeer, Rembrandt and the golden age of Dutch art: masterpieces from the Rijksmuseum - Ruud Priem, Johannes Vermeer, Thomas Padon, Lynn Federle Orr c2009

        Book Recommended

      23. Celebrating Moore: works from the collection of the Henry Moore Foundation - Henry Moore, David Mitchinson 1998

        Book Recommended

      24. --And there was sculpture: Jacob Epstein's formative years (1882-1930) - R. Gilboa 2009

        Book Recommended

      25. Daemons and angels: a life of Jacob Epstein - June Rose, Jacob Epstein 2002

        Book Recommended

      26. Mark Gertler: works, 1912-28 : a tremendous show of vitality - Mark Gertler, Sarah MacDougall, Piano Nobile (Firm) c2012

        Book Recommended

      27. Uproar: the first 50 years of the London Group 1913-63 - Sarah MacDougall, Rachel Dickson, Ben Uri Art Gallery c2013

        Book Recommended

      28. Virginia Woolf: art, life and vision - Frances Spalding, National Portrait Gallery (Great Britain) 2014

        Book Recommended

      29. Charleston: a Bloomsbury house and garden - Quentin Bell, Virginia Nicholson, Alen MacWeeney 2004

        Book Background

      30. Legacies of silence: the visual arts and Holocaust memory - Glenn Sujo, Imperial War Museum (Great Britain) 2001

        Book Recommended

      31. Paul Nash: landscape and the life of objects - Andrew Causey, Paul Nash 2013

        Book Recommended

      32. Ben Nicholson, Winifred Nicholson, Christopher Wood, Alfred Wallis, William Staite Murray: art and life, 1920-1931 - Ben Nicholson, Winifred Nicholson, Christopher Wood, Alfred Wallis 2013

        Book Recommended

      33. Vienna 1900: Klimt, Schiele, and their times : a total work of art - Barbara Steffen, Fondation Beyeler 2010

        Book Essential

      34. Metropolis Berlin: 1880-1940 - Iain Boyd Whyte, David Frisby 2012], ©2012

        Book Essential

      35. Bodybuilding: reforming masculinities in British art 1750-1810 - Martin Myrone, Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art c2005

        Book Recommended

      36. Maternal bodies in the visual arts - Rosemary Betterton 2014

        Book Recommended

      37. Images of America: precisionist painting and modern photography - Karen Tsujimoto, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 1982], ©1982

        Book Essential

      38. Tom Wesselmann - Tom Wesselmann, Stéphane Aquin, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts c2012

        Book Essential

      39. Tom Wesselmann - Tom Wesselmann, Danilo Eccher, Museo d'arte contemporanea Roma c2005

        Book Essential

      40. Cities, museums and soft power - Gail Dexter Lord, Ngaire Blankenberg 2015

        Book Essential

      41. From Hogarth to Rowlandson: medicine in art in eighteenth-century Britain - Fiona Haslam 1996

        Book Recommended

      42. Visions of the human: art, World War I and the modernist subject - Tom Slevin 2015

        Book Essential

      43. The eighteenth-century body: art, history, literature, medicine - Angelica Goodden c2002

        Book Essential

      44. Postdam - Rolf Toman 2013

        Book Essential

      45. Toulouse-Lautrec and la vie moderne: Paris 1880-1910 - Phillip Dennis Cate, Christopher Lloyd, Fred Leeman, Belinda Thomson 2013

        Book Essential

      46. The transformation of the avant-garde: the New York art world, 1940-1985 - Diana Crane 1987

        Book Essential

      47. Caravaggio: reflections and refractions - Lorenzo Pericolo 2014

        Book Essential

      48. Abstract expressionism at the Museum of Modern Art - Temkin. Ann 2010

        Book Essential

      49. Abstract expressionism - Katy et al Siegal 2011

        Book Essential

      50. De Kooning: a retrospective - John Elderfield 2011

        Book Essential

      51. Making the body beautiful: a cultural history of aesthetic surgery - Sander L. Gilman 2001

        Book Recommended

      52. Cities and cultures - Malcolm Miles 2007

        Book Recommended

      53. Treasured possessions: from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment - Victoria Avery, Melissa Calaresu, Mary Laven, Fitzwilliam Museum 2015

        Book Recommended

      54. Rembrandt's rivals: history painting in Amsterdam 1630-1650 - Eric Jan Sluijter 2015

        Book Essential

      55. America after the Fall: Painting in the 1930's - Judith A. et al Barter 2016

        Book Essential

      56. American gothic - Steven Biel 2006

        Book Essential

      57. Abstract expressionism - David Anfam 2016

        Book Essential

      58. Beyond Caravaggio - Letizia Treves 2016

        Book Essential

      59. William Hogarth: a complete catalogue of the paintings - Elizabeth Einberg 2016

        Book Essential

      60. The Chinese taste in eighteenth-century England - David Porter 2014

        Book Recommended

      61. Karl Friedrich Schinkel: a universal man - Michael Snodin, Victoria and Albert Museum 1991

        Book Essential

      62. Maniera: Pontormo, Bronzino and Medici Florence - Bastian Eclercy 2016

        Book Recommended

      63. St. Petersburg: A History - Arthur George 15 Oct. 2006

        Book Recommended

      64. St. Petersburg - Dmitri O. Shvidkovsky October 1996 (Hardcover)

        Book Essential

      65. The Hermitage: 250 Masterpieces 2 Sept. 2014

        Book Recommended

      66. The Petrine revolution in Russian imagery - James Cracraft 1997

        Book Essential

      67. The Petrine revolution in Russian architecture - James Cracraft 1988

        Book Essential

      68. An Introduction to Russian art and architecture - Robert Auty 1981

        Book Essential

      69. Treasures of Catherine the Great 2000

        Book Essential

      70. Imperial Saint Petersburg 2004

        Book Essential

      71. The Russian canvas : painting in imperial Russia, 1757-1881 - Rosalind P. Blakesley 2016

        Book Essential

      72. George Grosz, Berlin: prostitutes, politicians and profiteers - Richard Nagy 2013

        Book Recommended

      73. Wonderful Wiener Werkstatte: design in Vienna 1903-1932 - Christian Brandstatter 2003

        Book Essential

      74. Wiener Werkstatte - Gabrielle Fahr-Becker 2015

        Book Recommended

      75. Klimt and the women of Vienna's golden age, 1900-1918 - Gustav Klimt 2016

        Book Essential

  7. Going beyond your reading list 1 item
    1. You will find further information about the resources available in your subject area via the History of Art LibGuide. General access to Skills support and Library services can also be found here.

  8. Barocco a Roma: la meraviglia delle arti - Maria Grazia Bernardini, Marco Bussagli, Maria Grazia Bernardini, Fondazione Roma 2015

    Book Background

  9. Digitised content 8 items