Welcome to the WINDOWS ON HUMANITY blog! Here you’ll find information on topics and materials related to the book, to art history, and even to tie-in topics about the art world today.
My chief aim is to support the reader experience by answering readers’ questions, developing material presented in the book, and providing supporting information from beyond the book!
I’ll be posting on topics like: the best image sources for art, great books on art, and the latest news from the world of art history and arts-related archeology.
Posts will also explore the rich subjects of art principles, the purposes for which people have made art in the past, historical trends in artistic style, and changes in the methods that have been used in artistic creation across history.
For teachers, helpful tips and suggestions will be offered for how to use WINDOWS ON HUMANITY to support a humanities curriculum, and to create more meaningful and memorable lessons.
All this and more … to be continued.
3/17/2023 05:56:39 pm
I'm almost finished w/your excellent book. Its a book for the soul. As much as I love the classical era, the era just before that, ancient? Greece, on red and black vases,etc, has a strange, almost alien, but very enjoyable sense of life. Your use of Objectivism is refreshing and very informative. I plan to post a picture of your book in the philosophy and art depts of the university from which I graduated in philosophy. Have you considered a similar book from where the present book ends to the present? Or a smaller project?
3/17/2023 07:07:00 pm
Good readinng your post
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