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Mr. Kontos Spring 2011 BRNG 1114 A & D 227 SURVEY OF WESTERN ART:  SECOND HALF The history of Western Art will be surveyed from the Renaissance to the present  focusing on the major stylistic developments and artists within this period. A. Topics to be covered: 1.      Text:  Preface and Introduction Stokstad, pp. vii–xlvii (Make sure you familiar yourself with the organization of the text. It is laid  out in the manner that art historians verify their statements about the  works they discuss.  Also, know the terminology of art and art history.) Class 1 2.      Fourteenth-century Art in Europe (14 th  c.) Stokstad, Ch. 14, pp. 423 – 453 (Emerging Renaissance establishes visual language and concepts and  returns to observation of natural world.) Class 2 and 3 3.      Renaissance Art in Fifteenth-century Italy (15 th  c.) Stokstad, Ch. 14, pp. 489 – 527 (Development of principles of mastering the observed world. Be sure to  note the steps that were involved in depicting reality. )
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