Series: Kunst im Bild

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African and Oceanic art by Margaret Trowell
Prehistoric European art by Walter Torbrügge1
Art of the Dark Ages (Panorama of World Art) by Magnus Backes2
Art of the late Middle Ages by Hans Hellmut Hofstätter4
Geburt der Neuzeit by Robert E. Wolf5
Baroque and Rococo Art (Panorama of World Art) by Liselotte Andersen6
Art of nineteenth-century Europe by Jürgen Schultze7
Art of the Twentieth Century (Panorama of World Art) by Albert Schug8
Art of Crete, Mycenae, and Greece by German Hafner9
Art of Rome, Etruria and Magna Graecia by German Hafner10
Art of the Byzantine World by Christa Schug-Wille11
Art of the ancient Near and Middle East by Carel J. Du Ry13
Art of the Far East by Hugo Munsterberg17
Art of India and Southeast Asia by Hugo Munsterberg18

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