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ARH 2050-Introduction to Art History and Art Criticism I  

Library and electronic resources supplementing ARH 2050.
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    Welcome to the ARH 2050 Research Guide

    Cover Art
    Gardner's Art Through the Ages - Fred S. Kleiner
    ISBN: 0495573604
    Publication Date: 2009-01-08
    Glossary of Terms

     

    The story inside art

     

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