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The Social History of Art Series 4 primary works • 4 total works Arold Hauser's The Social History of Art () argued that art — which began as "flat, symbolic, formalized, abstract and concerned with spiritual beings" — became more realistic and naturalistic as societies became less hierarchical and authoritarian, and more mercantile and bourgeois. The book series A Social History of Modern Art published or distributed by the University of Chicago Press. May 07, · The essay by Walter Benjamin, published in , has been influential across humanities, especially in the fields of cultural studies, media theory, architectural theory, and art history. The essay deals with the questions concerning the value and nature of art in juxtaposition to an industrial, materialistic, and modernizing world. The history of art focuses on objects made by humans in visual form for aesthetic purposes. Visual art can be classified in diverse ways, such as separating fine arts from applied arts; inclusively focusing on human creativity; or focusing on different media such as architecture, sculpture, painting, film, photography, and graphic arts.
Books shelved as social-history: At Home: A Short History of Private Life by Bill Bryson, The Time Traveller's Guide to Medieval England: A Handbook for. Art History. art history, the study of works of art and architecture. In the midth cent., art history was raised to the status of an academic discipline by the Swiss Jacob Burckhardt, who related art to its cultural environment, and the German idealists Alois Riegl, Heinrich Wölfflin, and Wilhelm Worringer. Now there's a nice alternative to the traditional, expensive art history textbook. The folks at smARThistory have created a free multi-media web-book that offers a dynamic survey of art history. The online resource combines traditional images with audio and videos, and the beauty is that you don't have to read this web-book in a linear fashion.. Rather, you can sort through things by time. Jun 01, · The Story of Art by Professor E.H. Gombrich has been one of the bestselling books in the field for over 40 years. Written for “newcomers to art,” this accessible, easy-to-read text features everything you need to grasp a general understanding of art history’s timeline.