13 Best Art History by Theme

List Updated May 2020

Bestselling Art History by Theme in 2020


Art: Over 2,500 Works from Cave to Contemporary

Art: Over 2,500 Works from Cave to Contemporary
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • DK Publishing Dorling Kindersley

Black History T Shirt - Themes of Peace Sign Word Art

Black History T Shirt - Themes of Peace Sign Word Art
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Celebrate Black History today and EVERY day! This t-shirt features a retrospective of historical struggles and victories for African American Men, Women and Kids of the past through to today in Black History! This tshirt is a great conversation starter!
  • Shirt can be an educational experience using the Pan African Flag colors Peace Symbol on this tee to seek out books or create flashcards to study with using the themes, events, legislation, challenges, and outcomes of the Black History subjects within!
  • Lightweight, Classic fit, Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem

The Art of Movement

The Art of Movement
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Black Dog Leventhal

The Arts: World Themes

The Arts: World Themes
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Used Book in Good Condition

2018 African Americans in Times of War Theme T-shirt

2018 African Americans in Times of War Theme T-shirt
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • February is Black History Month. The 2018 theme is African Americans in Times of War
  • Inclusive t-shirt that depicts Black Power, Black Pride, Black Lives, Black History Month, African Heritage, African Pride and Heritage Matter, Stay Focused and Woke, Black Educated and Proud
  • Lightweight, Classic fit, Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem

The Expanding Discourse: Feminism And Art History (Icon Editions)

The Expanding Discourse: Feminism And Art History (Icon Editions)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020

Ambesonne Map Tapestry Island Decor, Super Detailed Treasure Map Grungy Rustic Pirates Gold Secret Sea History Theme, Wall Hanging Art for Bedroom Living Room Dorm, 40 x 60 Inches, Beige and Brown

Ambesonne Map Tapestry Island Decor, Super Detailed Treasure Map Grungy Rustic Pirates Gold Secret Sea History Theme, Wall Hanging Art for Bedroom Living Room Dorm, 40 x 60 Inches, Beige and Brown
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • 40 INCHES WIDE x 60 INCHES LONG - Made of lightweight fabric with hand-sewn finished edges
  • MACHINE WASHABLE - Cold delicate cycle, Hang to dry. Durable enough for both indoor and outdoor use.
  • MADE FROM - High quality 100% polyester silky satin blend, Very unique. Versatile. Decorative. FUN.
  • FEATURES - Vivid colors, crisp lines and clear image. Provides an elegant look and silky soft touch!
  • ADDS GREAT PERSPECTIVE - Bold graphics printed with state of the art digital printing technology.

Unisex Black History Hoodie Flag and Muskets War Theme Large Black

Unisex Black History Hoodie Flag and Muskets War Theme Large Black
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • February is Black History Month. The 2018 theme is African Americans in Times of War.
  • This hoodie depicts a US flag and muskets and evokes Black Power, Black Pride, Black Lives, Black History Month, African Heritage, African Pride and Heritage Matter, Stay Focused and Woke, Black Educated and Proud
  • 8.5 oz, Classic fit, Twill-taped neck

Black Girls Rock!: Owning Our Magic. Rocking Our Truth.

Black Girls Rock!: Owning Our Magic. Rocking Our Truth.
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020

Art History: The Basics

Art History: The Basics
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Routledge

Art History: The Basics

Art History: The Basics
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Routledge

Unisex Black History Hoodie Buffalo Soldiers Theme XL: Black

Unisex Black History Hoodie Buffalo Soldiers Theme XL: Black
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • February is Black History Month. The 2018 theme is African Americans in Times of War. This hoodie depicts Buffalo Soldiers in 1890.
  • This hooded sweatshirt evokes Black Power, Black Pride, Black Lives, Black History Month, African Heritage, African Pride and Heritage Matter, Stay Focused and Woke, Black Educated and Proud
  • 8.5 oz, Classic fit, Twill-taped neck

Ambesonne Island Map Tapestry, Super Detailed Treasure Map Grungy Rustic Pirates Gold Secret Sea History Theme, Wide Wall Hanging for Bedroom Living Room Dorm, 60" X 40", Brown Beige

Ambesonne Island Map Tapestry, Super Detailed Treasure Map Grungy Rustic Pirates Gold Secret Sea History Theme, Wide Wall Hanging for Bedroom Living Room Dorm, 60
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020

How to Get a 5 on the AP World History Test

Whether you have left yourself ample time to prepare for the AP World History test or whether your test is just around the corner, this guide can help you achieve the best score possible on your next exam.

1. Buy the AP review book ASAP! Okay, this is probably the most obvious tip, but it really is necessary! Do not underestimate the power of AP review books (despite the off-putting, annoying nagging of your teachers and parents to buy one). The earlier you buy the study guide-and actually start using it-the better.

2. Where can you find the AP World History review book? You can find these review books at almost any book store (Barnes amp; Noble has almost every option available) and at used book stores. Don't be afraid of getting older, used versions of the reviews. There are usually only slight variations from year to year (and in my opinion, the makers of the review books create new annual versions mainly to ensure that students will feel obligated to buy a brand new copy). Review books can get pricey, so if you can get a used AP World History review book at a discounted price, and it's only a couple years old, then go for it!

3. Which AP World History review book should I get? In my experience, more expensive does not equate to better quality. It all depends on your style of learning. I strongly suggest you go out to the bookstore and look inside each review book in order to get a feel for which one will help you the most. I happened to use the Barron's AP World History review book (which helped me get a 5 on my AP World History test) but in subsequent years have used both the Princeton review book and the SparkNotes review book. The Princeton review was by far the most expensive at the time of purchase, SparkNotes was the least expensive, and I found that I actually preferred the SparkNotes version. This just goes to show the necessity of looking at each review guide for yourself.

4. For extra help, buy the flashcards. Sure, you'll have to spend a little extra to buy the flashcards, but if you are worried that your knowledge of the Mesopotamians and the Mandate of Heaven just is not up to par, then I would say flashcards are a good way to go. Go through each card and, when you come to one you don't know, pull it out of the deck. Go over all of the cards until you know them all. You don't have to do this in one sitting either! Carry them in your backpack and test yourself in your free time at school (in my case, I tested myself during AP Physics and math...shhh). Some people just learn better with flashcards than they do with a review book.

5. Go to, or create, a review session. I was lucky enough to have a teacher that held a huge, day long review for all of the AP World History students. But if none of your teachers offer this, get a group of fellow AP World History students together to study. Don't just ask all your friends, otherwise your "study party" will quickly turn into just a "party". Try getting your whole class period to meet at a local mall, library, or someone's house one Saturday to have a huge study session. That way, someone who really knows their stuff is bound to show up and be of huge assistance to you.

6. Do not, do not, do not cram the night before. I'm not going to delude myself into thinking that every student starts studying for the AP World History test months in advance (I'm a student too, so I know that doesn't happen), but I also know that it is impossible to study two days in advance and expect to get a fantastic score. Study as much in advance as possible and do not cram the day before the test. Use the day before the test to spend about an hour or two reviewing all of the material that you are still shaky on, and then stop. You will essentially know everything you are going to know at that point, so stop studying, relax, get a good night's sleep and a eat a good breakfast. It will be a lot more beneficial than an extra three hours of tired, grouchy, delirious studying at three in the morning.

7. Don't be date-obsessed. Sure, you should know general dates of when things happen, but if you are not the greatest with date, do not panic. The AP World History test spans such a large time frame that they do not really expect you to know specific dates of things. Focus more on the societal, cultural, and political details than the dates. If you know general time frames, you will be fine.

8. Take sample AP World History tests. The best way to prepare yourself for the AP World History test is to know what it will look like. The more practice you can get taking multiple choice exams and writing the essays, the better. We did these practices in class constantly and, although it was sort of annoying at the time, I was very grateful in the summer when I got my scores in the mail.

9. Manage your time wisely. On the writing portion of the AP World History test, you will have to write three essays. Make sure you manage your time well on each portion. Take time to outline each essay before you begin and make sure to leave yourself enough time to write thought-out paragraphs. There is nothing more stressful than realizing you only have five minutes to write a whole body paragraph.

10. Guess! On the multiple choice portion of the test, you will not get points taken off for incorrect answers. Therefore, it is in your best interest to fill in every bubble (even if you have no clue). It can't harm you, only help you.

As stressful as AP testing can be, it is most important to prepare as best as you can by studying the material, knowing what the test is going to be on, and remembering to pay attention to the formatting of the test so that you can get the best score possible. With some extra work outside of school on your part, you can get a great score on the AP World History test. Good luck!

For more information on the AP World History exam, go to the College Board website.

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