Bibliography Of The History Of Art (Getty Research Institute)

Art history as we know it in the 21st century began in the 19th century but has precedents that date to the ancient world. The Golovine is the official Blog for the Department and takes its name from one of the most popular artworks in the collection of The Barber Institute of Fine Arts: Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun’s c.1797 Portrait of Countess Golovine. And, of course, over the years, the story is that it got called the red light district.history of arts

Congratulations to History of Art students Sorcha Flanagan and Johanna Varadi who both came highly commended in the Art History, Music, Film & Theatre category of the Undergraduate Awards, 2016. The Tampa Book Arts Studio has launched its first-ever Kickstarter campaign to assemble a project that brings an unpublished story of notable American woodcut artist J. J. Lankes into print in a fine, limited letterpress edition. Her articles on 19th century romance, literature, and history have been published on various academic and history sites, including the Victorian Web, and are also syndicated weekly at Bust Magazine. Yet while it may seem a quintessentially British holiday, there’s also a strong history of the celebration in New England as well as Old. Known as the Grandes Chroniques de France, this manuscript is a vernacular history of the French kings assembled from translated Latin chronicles and other medieval documents.history of artshistory of arts

C.G. Jung was a Swiss psychiatrist , an influential thinker, and founder of analytical psychology Jung’s approach to psychology emphasized understanding the psyche through exploring the worlds of dreams , art, mythology , world religion and philosophy Much of his life’s work was spent exploring Eastern and Western philosophy, alchemy , astrology , sociology , as well as literature and the arts.

From 1819 to 1914, governments in northern North America struggled to deal with crime and criminals migrating across the Canadian-American border. We are grateful to Elizabeth Katz, a Ph.D. Candidate in Harvard University’s History Department, for this excellent report.

Narrative or history painting was another important genre in Romanticism: leading exponents include: Francisco Goya (1746-1828) Henry Fuseli (1741-1825), James Barry (1741-1806), Theodore Gericault (1791-1824) and Eugene Delacroix (1798-63), as well as later exponents of Orientalist painting , and moody Pre-Raphaelites and Symbolists.