Fine Arts | 19th CENTURY EUROPEAN ART
A341 | 2107 | Facos


Tuesday and Thursday,  11:15a-12:30p

Description:  Survey the most significant developments in
painting, sculpture and architecture in Europe from the French
Revolution in 1889 to the World's Fair of 1900.  We'll cover all
corners of Europe - from Norway to Italy and France to Russia.
We will examine the cultural and historical contexts in which
these works were produced:  colonialism, Napoleonic wars,
industrialization and urbanization, rising nationalism, changing
political and social structures, in order to interpret their
meanings for contemporary audiences and to understand what they
can tell us about the past.

Format:  2 lectures weekly, with videos, in-class assignments and
discussions.

Requirements:  3 quizzes, 5 short (2 point) assignments, essay
final, 3 3-page papers (1 film response, 1 research paper,
1 response to story/novel).  Films will be viewed on students'
own time, outside of class.

Readings:  A survey text, perhaps  a short history text, a course
packet, and a short story or short novel.