If you are writing an expository paper on art history, there are many potential topics and ideas from which to choose. Once you have your topic, it’s time to find some useful facts that you can refer to in your writing. Consider a few interesting facts below:
These facts should give you enough material to corroborate your expository essay. Don’t forget to check our set of 20 topics on Art History and the guide to writing an expository essay on the one you pick.
Fenlon, Iain (editor) (1989). The Renaissance: from the 1470s to the End of the 16th Century.
Man & Music. 2. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
(MMA) Paolo Veronese, Mars and Venus United by Love, G 609 (10. 189)
Pauw-De Veen, Lydia de. “Rubens and the graphic arts.” In: Connoisseur CXCV/786 (Aug 1977).
Penelope Davies, Janson’s History of Art: The Western Tradition (Upper Saddle River, NJ
Preziosi, Donald, ed. The Art of Art History: A Critical Anthology: A Critical Anthology. Oxford
University Press, 1998.
Sherrane, Robert. “Music History 102: A Guide to Western Composers and their music”. IPL2
Sydney Freedberg, Painting in Italy, 1500-1600 (Penguin Books Ltd), 567