2013-2015 Undergraduate Catalog

ART 233 Art History III

Continues where Art History II concluded. Begins with Romanticism and Neoclassicism in Europe, follows the events leading to Impressionism and beyond in France. Cubism, the destruction of Renaissance space, and the anti-art activities of the Dada artists will lead into abstract expressionism, pop art, minimalism and conceptual art. All the major isms of the 20th century will be addressed. Global influences are reviewed and their impact on major artistic movements discussed. Concludes with contemporary postmodern art. (Offered in spring only.)