The Master and His Apprentices: Art History from a Christian Perspective
The Master and His Apprentices: Art History from a Christian Perspective digital textbook contains over 600 images across 380 fixed-layout PDF pages.
When the textbook is combined with the companion Teacher Guide (sold separately), they form a complete 1-credit elective course for high school students — whether homeschooled or in private Christian schools. However, this is also a great read for adults interested in art appreciation!
The textbook provides a college-level overview of art history, beginning with Creation and God as the Master artist. Periods covered include the Ancient Near East, Ancient Egyptian, Aegean, Early Greek, Etruscan, Roman, Medieval & Islamic, Early Christian & Byzantine, Romanesque, Gothic, Proto-Renaissance, Early/High Italian Renaissance, Northern Renaissance, and Baroque. Two additional chapters cover modern works and non-Western artwork.
Furthermore, this family-friendly resource does not include nudity or other objectionable material. With The Master and His Apprentices, you will literally SEE how art, archeology, and the Bible line up in this fascinating exploration of people, places, world events, and the incredible art that remains for us to enjoy!
The Digital Edition comes as a fixed-layout PDF. Following purchase, you will receive a link to download your new book. You will have 72 hours to complete the download, so please ensure your system is ready to go, and that you save the file in an easy-to-find folder. Once you complete the download, you will NOT need an internet connection for viewing!
If you don’t already have it, you will need Adobe Reader or Adobe Digital Editions installed on your device. Most computers already have this program, but if not, you can download Adobe Reader here for free. You can also load the file onto a digital device that supports PDF eBooks including most iPads, Kindles, other tablets, and smartphones.
The Master and His Apprentices: Art History from a Christian Perspective was created by Gina Ferguson Foster, author of Studio Art: Inspired by Art History. As such, this course can be used with or without the full-credit studio art course. Page numbers in Studio Art indicate where the textbook supplements the art projects (optional).
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