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This 5-volume set offers a fresh perspective on history by examining the development of the arts and humanities in historical time periods. Patterned after Gale's World Eras series, each volume combines chronologies, sidebars, primary documents, biographies, and critical narrative analysis to cover information typically left out of history books. Profiling milestones and movements in the arts, literature, music and religion from a specific period, each volume in this set helps students and researchers understand the various disciplines of the humanities in relation to each other, as well as to history and culture. Each volume begins with an overview of the period and a chronology of major world events.
In 850 analytical articles, this two-volume set explores the developments that influenced the profound changes in thought and sensibility during the second half of the eighteenth century and the first half of the nineteenth century.
"IBA is the successor to the Bibliography of the History of Art (BHA), and includes the most recent index records that were created by the Getty Research Institute as part of BHA. These records were created in 2008-2009, and cover scholarship up to 2009, including retrospective records for material published in previous years. ProQuest will be building on this by adding 25,000 new records per year going forwards, ensuring unbroken coverage of indexed journals."
Ideal for students, picture researchers, and enthusiasts of all kinds, this third edition of The Oxford Dictionary of Art reaffirms the unrivalled position held by this authoritative one-volume guide to the art of the western world.
"Atlas is an English database of about 30,000 works of art exhibited in the Louvre. Along with an image of the artwork, basic information which is displayed on labels accompanying works of art, together with authoritative commentary and analysis by the curators and staff may be accessed."
"[I]ntroduces and showcases the careers of Canada's leading professional artists and art writers and develops a context for their work by documenting the history of Canadian art through the activities of Canada's artist groups and arts organizations."
"provides access to scholarly literature on western art. IBA is the successor to the Bibliography of the History of Art (BHA), and includes the most recent index records that were created by the Getty Research Institute as part of BHA. These records were created in 2008-2009, and cover scholarship up to 2009, including retrospective records for material published in previous years. IBA is updated frequently, and will add approximately 25,000 new records per year. ProQuest's IBA will continue to use the Getty Research Institute's editorial polices and thesaurus."
The enhancement site "OpenBibArt" offers open access consultation, to all the bibliographical references from the Répertoire d'Art et d'Archéologie and from the Bibliographie d'Histoire de l'Art produced by INIST-CNRS. This site was designed for art historians, on an international scale, researchers and on a broader basis professionals and art lovers.