ART 201*; 3 s.h.
A study of the major movements of the 19th century, including artists such as David, Delacroix, Courbet, Manet, Monet, Cézanne, Seurat, and van Gogh. The way in which the emerging field of art criticism shapes the perception of works of art is considered, as well as historical and cultural contexts. Classwork includes museum trips.
ART 203*; 3 s.h.
A survey of major artists and movements of the 20th century. The course explores how history, politics, and culture shape the making and meaning of art.
Italian Renaissance Art
ART 231*; 3 s.h./term
A study of the emergence and development of one-point perspective and transformations in sculpture and architecture in the 15th and 16th centuries. This course considers the major art centers of Florence, Rome, and Venice and artists such as Donatello, da Vinci, Raphael, Michelangelo, and Titian.
17th-Century European Art
ART 309-310*; 3 s.h./term
A study of the major artists in Italy, France, Flanders, Spain, and Holland. Works of art are examined within their religious, historical, and social contexts. Classwork includes museum trips.