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Classical Drawing Atelier by
Call Number: 741.2 Ar45 (美術系圖)
Publication Date: 2006-11-01
Ateliers have produced the greatest artists of all time—and now that educational model is experiencing a renaissance. These studios, a return to classical art training, are based on the nineteenth-century model of teaching artists by pairing them with a master artist over a period of years. Students begin by copying masterworks, then gradually progress to painting as their skills develop. Classical Drawing Atelier is an atelier in a book—and the master is Juliette Aristides, a classically trained artist. On every page, Aristides uses the works of works of Old Masters and today’s most respected realist artists to demonstrate and teach the principles of realist drawing and painting, taking students step by step through the learning curve yet allowing them to work at their own pace. Unique and inspiring, Classical Drawing Atelier is a serious art course for serious art students.
Teaching Talented Art Students by
Call Number: 372.5044 C547 (總館4F教資室&美術系圖)
Publication Date: 2004-06-01
Harnessing more than 25 years of work and research in the field, Clark and Zimmerman present contemporary issues and theories regarding the education of artistically talented students. The authors provide nuts-and-bolts information on how teachers and administrators can develop curriculum and programs that help students realize their visual-arts talents.
The Sociology of Art by
Publication Date: 2003-01-01
Published By:Taylor & Francis
Sociology of Art provides students with an introduction to the fundamental theories and debates in the sociology of art, using extracts from the core foundational and most influential contemporary writers in the field. The book is divided into five sections exploring key themes in the sociology and social history of art. These are: classical sociological theory and the sociology of art the social production of art the sociology of the artist museums and the social construction of high culture sociology aesthetic form and the specificity of art. With the addition of an introductory essay that not only contextualises the readings within the traditions of sociology and art history, but which also draws fascinating parallels between the origins and development of these two disciplines, this book opens up a productive interdisciplinary dialogue between sociology and art history as well as providing a fascinating introduction to the subject. This book will be essential reading both for students of the sociology of art and for students of art history.