Critical analysis of selected examples of architecture, painting, and sculpture (for non art majors only). (Applicable toward fine arts humanities requirements for Bachelor of Arts degree.)
Art of nineteenth-century Europe focusing on technique and style with political and social contexts.
Art of eighteenth-century Europe focusing on technique and style with political and social contexts.
Major female artists of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Pre-requisite(s): ART 2302 and 2303; and consent of department chair. For Art majors only.. Specialized field study with a specific destination for established art and art history students. Includes a research component. Requires concurrent enrollment in a listed Co-requisite(s) course. May be repeated four times with a change of content. Course does not apply to major or minor credit hours.
A research seminar on a selected topic of 18th- or 19th-century art. Subject varies year to year. May be repeated once with a change in content.
A research seminar on a selected major artist or topic of early modern European art. Subject varies year to year. May be repeated once with a change in content.
Modern art in the Americas from 1880-1945. Includes major artistic movements and their political, social, and historical contexts.
Artistic expression in the United States from the Colonial Period to 1900.
A research seminar focused on the major trends in painting, sculpture, printmaking, performance, video, installation, and conceptual art from the 1960s to the present.
Art of the Impressionism and Post-Impressionism movements, 1850-1900, focusing on technique and style with social and political contexts.
Modern art in Europe from Post-Impressionism to 1945.
Art of the Neoclassicism and Romanticism movements, 1750-1850, focusing on technique and style with social and political contexts.