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TheDictionary of Art (Print version) Location: 1st floor Print Reference Collection N31 .D5 1996
Often referred to as 'Groves Dictionary of Art', it is the foremost scholarly art encyclopedia. Includes peer-reviewed articles from scholars all over the world.
Featuring 815 articles by distinguished scholars from many fields and countries, the Encyclopedia of Aesthetics is comprehensive survey of major concepts, thinkers, and debates about the meaning, uses, and value of all the arts - from painting and sculpture to music, theater, dance, television, film, and popular culture.
The Grove Encyclopedia of Medieval Art and Architecture by Colum Hourihane (Editor-In-Chief); Colum Hourihane
Call Number: N 5965 .G76 2012 (Reference Collection 1st Floor)
The Oxford Companion to Western Art, written by over 100 distinguished art historians and specialists, provides in-depth coverage of Western Art with entries on artists and their works, styles and movements, art forms and art terms, combined with more modern methodologies, focused on patronage, taste, theory, and criticism, and the scientific examination of materials and techniques.