Art 102 COTTRELL - ART 102 Art and Architecture from the...

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ART 102: Art and Architecture from the Renaissance to the Twentieth Century Fall 2010 Text: Art History: Third or Fourth Edition by Marilyn Stokstad (Volume II) I CLICKERS Dr. Camille Cottrell Office:103 Few Hall Telephone:770-784-4717 Office Hours: Monday: 10:30-11:30, Tuesday:2:30-3:30 Studio Hours; Monday 1:00-4:00 Course Description: This course will function as an historical survey of the visual images that exemplify the philosophical and aesthetic concepts that shaped western culture from the Renaissance through the early twentieth century. The aesthetic, historical and technical aspects of major art forms, including painting, architecture, drawing, and sculpture, will be studied in relation to the socio-economic and political developments in Europe and the United States. Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: 1. Identify by title, artist, style and period the works of art that are the visual representatives of the evolution of western society from the fifteenth through the twentieth century. 2. Trace the major political, philosophical, and socio-economic developments in western society from the early Renaissance to the advent of Modernism in relation to major art
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course ART 102 taught by Professor Cottrell during the Spring '10 term at Emory.

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Art 102 COTTRELL - ART 102 Art and Architecture from the...

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