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099    704.9493|aI 
245 04 The image of the Black in western art /|cDavid Bindman and
       Henry Louis Gates, Jr., general editors ; Karen C.C. 
       Dalton, associate editor. 
250    [New edition]. 
264  1 Cambridge, Mass. :|bBelknap Press of Harvard University 
       Press :|bIn collaboration with the W.E.B. Du Bois 
       Institute for African and African American Research ;
       |a[Houston, Tex.] :|bMenil Collection,|c2010- 
300    volumes <1-5, part 2> :|billustrations (chiefly color), 
       color maps ;|c29 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and indexes. 
505 00 |gv. 1.|tFrom the Pharaohs to the fall of the Roman Empire
       --|gv. 2. pt. 1.|tFrom the early Christian Era to the "Age
       of Discovery" : from the demonic threat to the incarnation
       of sainthood --|gv. 2. pt. 2.|tFrom the early Christian 
       Era to the "Age of Discovery" : Africans in the Christian 
       ordinance of the world --|gv. 3. pt. 1.|tFrom the "Age of 
       Discovery" to the Age of Abolition : artists of the 
       Renaissance and Baroque --|gv. 3. pt. 2.|tFrom the "Age of
       Discovery" to the Age of Abolition : Europe and the world 
       beyond --|gv. 3. pt. 3.|tFrom the "Age of Discovery" to 
       the Age of Abolition : the eighteenth century --|gv. 4. 
       pt. 1.|tFrom the American Revolution to World War I : 
       slaves and liberators --|gv. 4. pt. 2.|tFrom the American 
       Revolution to World War I : Black models and White myths -
       -|gv. 5. pt. 1.|gThe|ttwentieth century : the impact of 
       Africa --|gv. 5. pt. 2.|gThe|ttwentieth century : the rise
       of Black artists. 
520    "In The 1960s, as a response to segregation in the United 
       States, the influential art patron Dominique de Menil 
       began a research project and photo archive called The 
       Image of the Black in Western Art. Now, fifty years later,
       as the first American president of African American 
       descent serves his historic term in office, her mission 
       has been re-invigorated through the collaboration of 
       Harvard University Press and the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute 
       for African and African American Research to present new 
       editions of the coveted five original books and the 
       anticipated new volumes which shall complete the series. 
       The completed set will include ten sumptuous books in five
       volumes with up-to-date introductions and more full-color 
       illustrations, printed on high-quality art stock for books
       that will last a lifetime. This monumental publication 
       offers expert commentary and a lavishly illustrated 
       history of the representations of people of African 
       descent ranging from the ancient images of Pharaohs 
       created by unknown hands to the works of the great 
       European masters such as Bosch, Rembrandt, Rubens, and 
       Hogarth to stunning new creations by contemporary black 
       artists. Featuring thousands of beautiful, moving, and 
       often little-known images of black people, including 
       queens and slaves, saints and soldiers, children and gods,
       The Image of the Black in Western Art provides a treasury 
       of masterpieces from four millennia--a testament to the 
       black experience in the West and a tribute to art's 
       enduring power to shape our common humanity. Volume II, 
       Part 1, written largely by the noted French scholar Jean 
       Devisse, has established itself as a classic in the field 
       of medieval art. It surveys as never before the presence 
       of black people, mainly mythical, in art from the early 
       Christian era to the fourteenth century. The extraordinary
       transformation of Saint Maurice into a black African saint,
       the subject of many noble and deeply touching images, is a
       highlight of this volume. The new introduction by Paul 
       Kaplan provides a fresh perspective on the image of the 
       black in medieval European art and contextualizes the 
       classic essays on the subject"--Book jacket. 
650  0 Blacks in art. 
700 1  Bindman, David,|d1940- 
700 1  Gates, Henry Louis,|cJr. 
700 1  Dalton, Karen C. C.,|d1948- 
710 2  W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for African and African American 
       Research. 
710 2  Menil Collection (Houston, Tex.) 
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