Series: Time-Life Library of Art

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The Mirror of History by H.W. Janson
Seven Centuries of Art: Survey and Index by Time-Life Books
Time-Life Library of Art: Modern American Painting by Time-Life Books
Time-Life Library of Art: The World of Bernini by Robert Wallace
Time-Life Library of Art: The World of Bruegel by Timothy Foote
Time-Life Library of Art: The World of Copley by Alfred V. Frankenstein
Time-Life Library of Art: The World of Cézanne by Richard W. Murphy
Time-Life Library of Art: The World of Delacroix by Tom Prideaux
Time-Life Library of Art: The World of Dürer by Francis Russell
The World of Gainsborough, 1727-1788 by Jonathan Norton Leonard
The World of Giotto, c. 1267-1337 by Sarel Eimerl
The World of Goya, 1746-1828 by Richard Schickel
The World of Leonardo, 1452-1519 by Robert Wallace
The World of Manet, 1832-1883 by Pierre Schneider
The World of Marcel Duchamp, 1887-1968 by Calvin Tomkins
The World of Matisse, 1869-1954 by John Russell
The World of Michelangelo, 1475-1564 by Robert Coughlan
The World of Picasso, 1881-1973 by Lael Tucker Wertenbaker
The World of Rembrandt, 1606-1669 by Robert Wallace
The World of Rodin, 1840-1917 by William Harlan Hale
The World of Rubens, 1577-1640 by C. V. Wedgwood
The World of Titian, c. 1488-1576 by Jay Williams
The World of Turner, 1775-1851 by Diana Hirsh
The World of Van Gogh, 1853-1890 by Robert Wallace
The World of Velazquez, 1599-1660 by Dale Brown
The World of Vermeer, 1632-1675 by Hans Koning
The World of Watteau, 1684-1721 by Pierre Schneider
The World of Whistler, 1834-1903 by Tom Prideaux
The World of Winslow Homer, 1836-1910 by James Thomas Flexner
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