Jul 06, 2020
ART 201 - Art History II ART 1102.
Description: Western art from the Fourteenth to the Twentieth Century. Two and three dimensional art and architecture are evaluated in historical and cultural context. Application of design principles.
Prerequisites: ENG 101 or ENG 101A or ENG 103 . Reading Proficiency.
- Fourteenth century developments throughout Western Europe
- Fifteenth century developments throughout Western Europe art of classical antiquity
- High Renaissance and Mannerism in Italy and Northern Europe
- The Baroque and Rococo throughout Western Europe
- Eighteenth century developments in Europe and the Americas
- Nineteenth century European art and American landscape painting
- The rise of modern art
- Analytical writing and the oral critique
- Application of principles and elements of design
- Traditional, historical or contemporary examples of art
- Theories, methods and historiography of art history
- Implication of culture, ethnicity, race and gender on art
- Evaluate artifacts though discipline specific theories, methods and historical interpretations. (1-7)
- Compare and contrast artifacts produced from the fourteenth century CE through the contemporary period. (1-7)
- Classify artifacts within their temporal, regional and stylistic context. (1-7)
- Define and utilize relevant and appropriate terminology. (1-7)
- Identify artifacts fundamental or pivotal in the development of Western art from the fourteenth century CE through the contemporary period. (1-7)
- Distinguish and define techniques used in the creation of artifacts. (1-7)
- Identify, analyze, synthesize and utilize the principles and elements of design. (1-9)
- Evaluate the implications and issues of culture, ethnicity, race and/or gender within the context of Western art and history during the fourteenth century CE through the contemporary period. (1-7, 11, 12)
- Formulate questions, make connections, and draw conclusions from formal analysis and critique. (1-12)
- Define the cultural, political, religious, scientific/technological, economic and environmental influences as they affect the development of Western Art during the fourteenth century CE through the contemporary period. (1-8, 11, 12)
- Locate, retrieve, and analyze primary and secondary historical sources. (1-12)
- Create, organize and support a thesis in written form. (1-12)
- Employ accurate and required citation format. (1-11)
- Demonstrate thoughtful and precise writing skills by completing at least 2,500 words of monitored writing.