Janson's History of Art: The Western Tradition

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Designed to be a one-stop resource for students to keep their notes and information in order, ArtNotes is portable and easy to use. Organized by the chapters found in Janson, this notebook contains the caption for every image, line drawings, maps, and small reproductions of key images along with space provided for in-class note-taking.

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