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Art: From Impressionism to the Internet [Paperback]

Klaus Richter


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April 2001 Prestel Sightlines
The complexities of recent art history can overwhelm even the most knowledgeable art insider. "Art: From Impressionism to the Internet" is a portable, up-tp-date, and easy to use guide to the art of the last 100 years. Beautifully designed and illustrated, the book devotes double-page spreads to each of the fifty art movements, and discusses the key artists, concepts, and works of this highly creative period. The first volume in the new "Prestel Sightlines" series "Art: From Impressionism to the Internet" provides an overview of modern art that is both authoritative and accessible.

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The Author Klaus Richter studied painting and architecture and is a freelance artist and architect.

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Amazon.com: 4.0 out of 5 stars  1 review
4.0 out of 5 stars Nice little book... May 5 2006
By Derek Wathen - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Good book with a wide range of information over the past 100 or so years. Plain readable english, but lacking any true detail on any one subject, it's definately just what it's described as, a pocket reference.
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