Learning To Look At Paintings

Learning To Look At Paintings

Learning to Look at Paintings

This is a critique of works of art dating from the early fifteenth century through to modern installations. Suggesting a series of questions to ask when looking at a painting this will help develop a critical understanding of art.

Review
'Each of the six chapters has a succint introduction and a short but useful summary... Recommended.' – CHOICE

About the Author
Mary Acton is Co-Director of History of Art Certification Course at Oxford University.

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