Art in the 19th Century • 151A01
Class Date :
January 20 - April 28
Meeting Times :
Class Location :
Dr. Amber Ludwig
Class Size :
0 spaces remain
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About this Class:
Class / 14 sessions / $175 / Room 101 / Tue 10am-noon / Jan 20-April 28
No class Mar 17
This course examines the major currents in 19th-century painting and sculpture, from David to Rodin, in the context of nationalism, revolution, colonial expansion, gender, and technological growth. Emphasis on European developments: Neoclassicism, Romanticism, Realism, Impressionism, and Symbolism. Includes museum gallery visits for close viewing and discussion of works, and films at the Doris Duke Theatre.
GAUGUIN, "TWO NUDES ON A TAHITIAN BEACH" HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART
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