A Survival Guide for Art History Students

By Christina Maranci

Designed to steer newcomers throughout the usually disorienting adventure of taking a primary paintings heritage type, this publication addresses all aspectsof that overall event. KEY TOPICS particular bankruptcy themes disguise note-taking in the course of lecture, learning for and taking slide tests, writing reaction papers, technique, how you can critique secondary scholarship, and what to do with an artwork background measure. for people with very little adventure in artwork background, and an curiosity within the robust pictures which can supply a wealthy point of view on social, political, and cultural background.

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