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The Middle Ages (Cambridge Introduction to the History of Art) Paperback – 1991

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Colour and b/w illustrations. Published under CUP's "The Cambridge Introduction to Art" series. The series is a lively and accessible series for both adults and students coming to the history of art and architecture for the first time. This book is about the art and architecture of Western Europe from the second half of the eleventh century to the end of the fourteenth century. Using key examples, Annie Shaver-Crandell lays the foundations for understanding and appreciating both Romanesque and Gothic art. Contents: Introduction; 1. Romanesque Architecture and Art; 2. Early Gothic Architecture and Art; 3. High Gothic Architecture and Art; 4. Late Gothic Architecture and Art; Glossary; Further Reading; Index.

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Grammy Hammy 3 Nov. 2012
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This book is perhaps my favorite in the series. It contains good information on the architecture of the middle ages and how developments were conceived and executed. Lovely book.
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