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Request: Art Past, Art Present- notes or outlines

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DaManican's picture
Joined: Feb 2007
Request: Art Past, Art Present- notes or outlines

please? i would really appreciate it, that class is hard @s shit!

simplyfantabulis's picture
Joined: Jan 2007

Does your teacher not give out notes? I have the notes... But I drew all over them and there are A LOT. If you're looking for something to study from, I'd use REA's AP Art History review book. I totally used it last year.

"If electricity comes from electrons, does morality come from morons?"

ryanlapinski's picture
Joined: Feb 2008

Yes, use the REA's AP Art History review book. It's awesome.

The authors are Chmiel and Krieger, i'm currently using the book now.

If you cannot do that, and your teacher does not give out notes/outlines, i can understand why the class is so difficult.

Ghostman's picture
Joined: Feb 2008

Yea, my teacher give us a printed out powerpoint review thing. It makes the class very easy.

cribeiro's picture
Joined: Mar 2008

"The Annotated Mona Lisa" is an amazing book by Carol Strickland
It has charts, lists, most famous pieces ect, and its all condensed

I would suggust getting it as supplement material...i think it would really help you if your having trouble in that class

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