Art History 211

Early Modern Art

Course Description and Requirements

Course Description and Requirements

Claude Monet. Impression: Sunrise. 1873.


   
Schedule of Lectures

List of Monuments

Quizzes

 
Midterm

 
The Little Paper

      
Final

Art History Resources On the Web

Art Historians' Guide to the Movies
Art Basel Miami Beach

The National Gallery of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Art Institute of Chicago

The Tate Gallery, London

COURSE DESCRIPTION

On the Course: This is a survey of major monuments and trends in the history of art from about 1800 to about 1935, or from David to mid-career Picasso. Students who attend lectures and study faithfully will achieve a sufficient knowledge of the art of these periods to pursue further coursework in these areas. They will also have a good background for the second course in this series, Art 212, which covers modern and contemporary art. We will be concentrating on painting, with some consideration of sculpture and architecture.

REQUIRED Text: John Canaday, Mainstreams of Modern Art, New York, 1981. Currently there are a number of used copies available in the bookstore; check also at regional used book stores such as Smith Family. Note that copies of this and some helpful related titles are on permanent reserve in the library.

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS

Course Requirements: EXAMS There will be two quizzes, a midterm and a final. The quizzes are worth 10% each of your grade, while the midterm and the final are worth 40% of your grade. ATTENDANCE is required, will be taken, and will be counted toward your final grade. Lateness may, at the discretion of the instructor, also be counted as an absence. NO MAKE-UP EXAMS WILL BE GIVEN.

Disabilities Services: Lane Community College promotes equal educational opportunities for students with disabilities. If you have a disability and may need any assistance, please notify your instructor and make an appointment immediately with Disability Services, Center Building room 217, or call (541) 747-4501, ext. 2150.



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