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This art history textbook is designed to appeal to a wide student population from different backgrounds. It focuses on art from a global non-western perspective bringing together a wide range of concepts and opportunities for art appreciation. The images are beautiful and the explanations and theories are presented in an easy to understand style. It tries to ensure that students, teachers and the public are enthusiastic about art history and theory. We have many cheap art history textbooks available to rent or buy brand new. Our pre-owned textbooks are of the highest used condition as we offer a buyback service to those who have completed college studies or finished with their study books.
Marilyn Stokstad is the author of 'Art: A Brief History (5th Edition)', published 2011 under ISBN 9780205017027 and ISBN 0205017029.
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