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Art and Mythology Books at the Advanced Level

Aveni, Anthony F. Skywatchers of Ancient Mexico.
1980, University of Texas Press, Austin.
Level: Advanced. College-level.

Baker, Christopher and Tom Henry. The National Gallery Complete Illustrated Catalogue.
1995, National Gallery Publications Limited.
Level: Advanced. College-level.

Bonechi. Art and History of Florence (English Edition).
1991, Casa Editrice Bonechi.
Level: Advanced. College-level.

Buendia, Jose Rogelio, et. al. Paintings of the Prado.
1994, Bulfinch Press (Little, Brown and Company).
Level: Advanced. College-level.

Carrasco, David and Eduardo Matos Moctezuma. Moctezuma's Mexico: Visions of the Aztec World.
1992, University Press of Colorado.
Level: Advanced.

Christie, Anthony. Chinese Mythology.
1996, Barnes & Noble Books.
Level: Advanced.

Clement, Clara Erskine. Legendary and Mythological Art.
1994, Bracken Books.
Level: Advanced. College-level.

Cole, Alison. The Renaissance.
1994, Dorling Kindersley Publishing, Inc.
Level: Advanced.

Davidson, H.R. Ellis. Viking and Norse Mythology.
1996, Barnes & Noble Books.
Level: Advanced.

Gowing, Lawrence. Paintings in the Louvre.
1987, Stewart, Tabori & Chang.
Level: Advanced. College-level.

Grant, Michael. The Classical Greeks.
1989, Charles Scribner's Sons.
Level: Advanced. College-level.

Grant, Michael. Myths of the Greeks and Romans.
1962 with revised and updated bibliography (1995), A Meridian Book.
Level: Advanced. College-level.

Grant, Michael and John Hazel. Who's Who: Classical Mythology.
1993, Oxford University Press.
Level: Advanced. College-level.

Griffon, T. Wynne. The Illustrated Guide to Astrology.
1990, Magna Books.
Level: Advanced.

Hart, George. A Dictionary of Egyptian Gods and Goddesses.
1986, Routledge.
Level: Advanced.

Italian State Tourist Board. Italian Museums.
1992, ENIT Information Office.
Level: Advanced.

Janson, H.W. History of Art, Volume One. Fifth Edition.
1995, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers.
Level: Advanced. College-level.

Janson, H.W. and Anthony F. History of Art for Young People. Fourth Edition.
1992, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers.
Level: Advanced.

Katz, Brian P. Myths of the World: Deities and Demons of the Far East.
1995, MetroBooks.
Level: Advanced.

Kelly, Franklin. Frederic Edwin Church.
1989, National Gallery of Art.
Level: Advanced. College-level.

Krafft, Maurice. Volcanoes: Fire from the Earth.
1993, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers.
Level: Advanced.

Leeming, David and Margaret. A Dictionary of Creation Myths.
1994, Oxford University Press.
Level: Advanced.

Merot, Alain. Nicolas Poussin.
1990, Abbeville Press Publishers.
Level: Advanced. College-level.

Neret, Gilles. Salvador Dali.
1996, Barnes & Noble Books.
Level: Advanced.

Parrinder, Geoffrey. African Mythology.
1996, Barnes & Noble Books.
Level: Advanced.

Pescio, Claudio. The Uffizi General Catalogue of All the Works in the Gallery.
1989-90 edition. Bonechi - Edizioni.
Level: Advanced. College-level.

Roberts, Morgan J. Myths of the World: Classical Deities and Heroes.
1995, MetroBooks.
Level: Advanced.

Sgorlon, Carlo. Affreschi dei Tiepolo nel Veneto.
1995, Instituto Geografico de Agostini - Novara.
Level: Advanced. *Written in Italian*.

Shlain, Leonard. Art and Physics: Parallel Visions in Space, Time, and Light.
1991, William Morrow and Company, Inc.
Level: Advanced. College-level.

Stein, Susan Alyson. Van Gogh: A Retrospective.
1986, Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, Inc.
Level: Advanced. College-level.

Stewart, Andrew. Greek Sculpture: An Exploration.
1990, Yale University Press.
Level: Advanced. College-level.

Stokstad, Marilyn. Art History.
1995, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers.
Level: Advanced. College-level introductory textbook.

Thuan, Trinh Xuan. The Birth of the Universe: The Big Bang and After.
1993, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers. Part of the Discoveries series.
Level: Advanced. Written by a professor of "astronomy for poets."

Verdet, Jean-Pierre. The Sky: Mystery, Magic, and Myth.
1992, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers. Part of the Discoveries series.
Level: Advanced.

Williamson, Ray A. and Claire R. Farrer. Earth and Sky: Visions of the Cosmos in Native American Folklore.
1992, University of New Mexico Press.
Level: Advanced. College-level.

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