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  • AH-201

    Intro. to Art History

    This introductory course is a survey of the relationships between painting, sculpture, and architecture and the societies that produced them from across time and across the globe.
  • AH-303

    19th Century Art

    A study of how the major movements of Neo-Classicism, Romanticism, Realism, and Impressionism reflect the social, political, and intellectual changes that heralded the modern era.
  • AH-304

    Modern Styles

    A survey of painting and sculpture beginning in Europe from Post-Impressionism and Expres-sionism through the evolution of Cubism and Surrealism, Abstract and Non-Representational and the influence of these major movements on twentieth century styles in Europe, the United States, and Latin America.
  • AH-306

    Renaissance and Baroque Art

    Stylistic comparisons of major painters, sculptors, and architects who dominated European art from the early days of the Renaissance through the final days of the
  • AH-313

    American Art

    Painting, sculpture, and architecture in America are examined from the Revolution to the present.