WESTERN ART II: THE RENAISSANCE TO THE PRESENT
Professor Andrew Shelton
This course examines the art of the United States and Europe from about 1500 to the present, with an emphasis on painting. It will concentrate on a select group of representative works that shaped—and were shaped by— developments in western social, political, and intellectual history and that participated in individual and community identity formation. There will be a strong emphasis on questions of analysis and interpretation, as the goal is to impart not only a body of knowledge but also a set of critical tools that you should be able to apply to a wide range of material not specifically covered in the course.
Class # 15824
LECTURE: M & W 10:20-11:15
RECITATION: Th or F 10:20-11:15