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INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN ART/ FALL 2009 MONDAY 2:00-4:40, 100 LUCAS HALL OFFICE HOUR: WEDNESDAY 11:00-12:00, OR, BY APPOINTMENT The purpose of the present chronological survey is to introduce students to selected European monuments, sculptures, and paintings. Lectures will be based on analyses of images, all of which will be presented in class (and are, otherwise, not easily accessible.) Attendance is mandatory. It will be carefully monitored. Grades will be based on two tests, assignments, and participation. There will be no make ups. Detailed notes of the lectures by the students are of great importance. Text: Laurie Schneider Adams, A History of Western Art (latest edition)
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Unformatted text preview: SCHEDULE Aug. 24 Introduction and Greek architecture. Aug. 31 Greek sculpture and Roman architecture Sep. 7 LABOR DAY no classes Sep. 14 Roman and Early Christian art Sep. 21 Ottonian and Romanesque art Sep. 28 Romanesque art and Gothic architecture Oct. 5 Review Oct. 12 Test I Oct. 19 Early Renaissance art Oct. 26 Renaissance art Nov. 2 Baroque art Nov. 9 Neo-Classicism, Impressionism Nov. 16 Impressionism, Post Impressionism, Expressionism Nov. 23 THANKSGIVING BREAK Nov. 30 20 th-century art and architecture and review Dec. 7 Test II Academic dishonesty, such as cheating and plagiarism, will not be tolerated. It will be reported to the dean of the college and result in a grade of F....
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