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History of Modern Art (1969)

by H. H. Arnason

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A compelling retelling of the story of the art and artists of the last 150 years, this text covers modernism's mid 19th century European beginnings to today's divergent art trends.

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There are not enough superlatives to express the usefulness, scope, ambition, and execution of this book. It's a mighty tome. Alas, it's pricey, too - but worth every penny. History of Modern Art is a must-have for serious art lovers and/or historians. ( )
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