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Northern Renaissance Art:
by Deirdre Spencer - Last Updated Mar 28, 2014
Cultural production of artists and image makers of the Renaissance in Northern Europe ca. 1400-1568.
Tags: art, northern, painting, renaissance, sculpture
History of Art
by Deirdre Spencer - Last Updated Mar 18, 2014
A guide to basic research in History of Art at the University of Michigan.
Tags: art_history, arts, best_bet
Jewish Visual Culture
by Deirdre Spencer - Last Updated Nov 7, 2013
History of Jewish Visual Culture from Ancient Mosaics to Jewish Hip Hop Videos.
Tags: art_, art_and_design, art_history, arts, image, images, judaic_studies, medieval_and_early_modern_studies, visual, visual_communication
Modern Art: Avant-Garde to Contemporary
by Deirdre Spencer - Last Updated Mar 11, 2014
An introduction to modern American and European art, surveys the different kinds of experimental and avant-garde art produced over the past century.
Tags: art, avant-garde, contemporary, modern
Renaissance and Baroque Architecture
by Deirdre Spencer - Last Updated Mar 19, 2014
This guide provides access to resources that facilitate research in the fields of Renaissance and Baroque architecture. It also addresses philosophical, religious, political, economic, and environmental factors which contextualize the architecture.
Tags: architecture, art_history, baroque, renaissance
Roman Villas: Leisure and Luxury
by Deirdre Spencer - Last Updated Mar 18, 2014
Information on classical art and architecture may be found in the Fine Arts Library and the Hatcher Graduate Library, and span the fields of art history, archaeology, and classical studies.

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