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  • Irene Sousa

    "This vibrant reference guide profiles 50 major artists alongside their representative works. The entries are presented in an eye-catching format that includes brief biographies, time lines, and critical analyses. Additional information helps readers locate the artist's work online and in museums, a glossary of important terms, and sidebars highlighting relevant movements and techniques..."

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    50 Artists You Should Know - General Art Books - Books & Media - The Met Store

  • Jenny Dixon

    50 Artists You Should Know (50 You Should Know): Thomas Kohn, Lars Roper: 9783791337166: Books

  • Danielle Cyrus

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  • National Gallery Shops

    £14.99 - 50 Artists You Should Know. Arranged chronologically, the selection of artists in this art history book includes every major artistic movement and development since the Gothic period, giving readers a clear understanding of the evolution of the visual arts.

  • Chelsea DeLeon

    50 Artists You Should Know Love this book! Great for lesson plan ideas!

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