Art Spoke: A Guide to Modern Ideas, Movements, and Buzzwords 1848-1944

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Amon Carter Online Projects

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Contains nearly 120 entries that clearly explain the who, what, where, and when of American and European art since 1848. Fifty-six black-and-white Illustrations enliven the text, and twenty-eight color plates are interwoven with an invaluable timeline of historical and artistic events from 1848 to 1944. A one-page ArtChart provides a handy overview of the major art movements during the same period. (High School (9-12); College/Adult)

TRC audience: 
High School (9-12)
TRC subject: 
Art Ed/Museum Ed
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