Modern Art 1900-1945 eBook

TAMAÑO DEL ARCHIVO
3,86 MB
FECHA
2007
NOMBRE DEL ARCHIVO
Modern Art 1900-1945.pdf
AUTOR(A)
Gabriele Crepaldi
ISBN
9780007261420

El libro Modern Art 1900-1945 en formato PDF. El libro Modern Art 1900-1945 en formato MOBI. El libro Modern Art 1900-1945 en formato ePUB. El libro fue escrito en 2004 por el autor Gabriele Crepaldi. Disfruta leyendo con el sitio web lofficielhommes.es.

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This sumptuously illustrated book provides a comprehensive introduction to one of the most revolutionary periods in art. With 400 stunning images Modern Art 1900-1945 represents an important document of 20th century art. The first half of the 20th century saw perhaps the greatest change in the visual arts and set the tone for the rest of the century. From Art Nouveau to Cubism, Surrealism the stark lines of the Bauhaus buildings, this book documents this revolution in painting, building, photography and cinema to give an overview of the extraordinary creativity of this particular period. As well as covering the giants of the period -- Picasso, Klimt, Matisse, Modigliani -- Modern Art 1900-1945 features the work of 194 different artists from Alvar Aalto to Van Gogh. Many major themes and movements are explored to allow a better understanding of the influences which guided these artists into creating so many different, yet equally significant, styles of art.

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Modern Art 1900-45: The Age of Avant-gardes. Gabriele Crepaldi. Collins, 2007 ... Matisse, Modigliani - 'Modern Art 1900-1945' features the work of 194 different artists from Alvar Aalto to Van Gogh. Many major themes and movements are explored to allow a better understanding of the influences which guided these artists into creating so many ...
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El arte moderno. 1900-1945: la edad de la vanguardia

Modern (1900-1945) A wide range of media and styles, from cubism and surrealism to American impressionism and regionalism, represent he first decades of the 20th century. The collection also features European examples, a smaller selection of Mexican and South American works, and strong holdings of prints, drawings, and photographs.