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Maya Art and Architecture (World of Art)

Mary Ellen Miller, Megan O'Neil

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Description

“In addition to serving as an introduction to Maya art, the book communicates enthusiasm for the art’s aesthetic power and grace.” —Choice


Rewritten and updated to include the discoveries and new theories from the past decade and a half, this classic guide to the art of the ancient Maya is now illustrated in color throughout. World expert Mary Miller and her co-author Megan O’Neil take the reader through the visual world of the Maya, explaining how and why they created the paintings, sculpture, and monuments that intrigue and compel people the world over. With an array of new material, including the newly found La Corona panels, Waka’ figurines, and the Dz’ibanche’ staircase; studies of the monuments at Palenque, Zotz, and elsewhere; and paintings discovered in recent years; this new edition will be essential reading for students and scholars—and for travelers to the cities of this mysterious civilization.


Praise For Maya Art and Architecture (World of Art)

Excellent....Miller (Yale) and O'Neill (Barnard College) manage the broad and deep topic of Maya art in a concise, beautifully illustrated, updates volume....Highly recommended.
— Choice

Thames & Hudson, 9780500204221, 256pp.

Publication Date: June 24, 2014



About the Author

Mary Ellen Miller is the Sterling Professor of the History of Art at Yale University and in 2019 will become director of the Getty Research Institute.

Megan O’Neil is Assistant Professor of Art History at Barnard College.