Course Descriptions

ART 119 - Perspectives of Art History II: Modern

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3 Credits

Introduces the student to major artistic periods from the Renaissance to contemporary art by examining the function and role of the artist in various periods of history with an emphasis on the origins and developments of artistic styles such as High Renaissance, Baroque, Romanticism, Realism, and Cubism. The course will survey major works by artists such as Michelangelo, Jan van Eyck, David, Van Gogh, Picasso, Georgia O'Keeffe, and Frank Lloyd Wright. For 2018-19, this course remains SUNY-H in addition to the other listed category below.

Course Learning Outcomes
1.Identify the stylistic features of major works of art and architecture from the Renaissance of the 14th Century to the Modern Period of the 20th Century.
2.Analyze artworks in terms of form, technique, or expression.
3.Interpret the meaning of various works of art.
4.Relate works of art to their cultural, economic, or political contexts.
5.Apply visual arts vocabulary used to discuss works of art, artists, or art history.
6.Apply the visual arts concepts used to discuss works of art, artists, or art history.

Course Offered Fall

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3 Credits

Introduces the student to major artistic periods from the Renaissance to contemporary art by examining the function and role of the artist in various periods of history with an emphasis on the origins and developments of artistic styles such as High Renaissance, Baroque, Romanticism, Realism, and Cubism. The course will survey major works by artists such as Michelangelo, Jan van Eyck, David, Van Gogh, Picasso, Georgia O'Keeffe, and Frank Lloyd Wright. For 2018-19, this course remains SUNY-H in addition to the other listed category below.

Course Learning Outcomes
1.Identify the stylistic features of major works of art and architecture from the Renaissance of the 14th Century to the Modern Period of the 20th Century.
2.Analyze artworks in terms of form, technique, or expression.
3.Interpret the meaning of various works of art.
4.Relate works of art to their cultural, economic, or political contexts.
5.Apply visual arts vocabulary used to discuss works of art, artists, or art history.
6.Apply the visual arts concepts used to discuss works of art, artists, or art history.

Course Offered Spring

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Fall Semester 2019
Summer Session 2019