Monuments/Ideas in Western Art

Monuments and Ideas in Western Art
This course is an introduction to the study of Western art history through an investigation of selected art works, considered individually and in broader contexts. The course chronicles the evolution in painting, sculpture, and architecture of the western world. It is designed for those who wish to build a broad acquaintance with the major works and ideas of Western art in their historical settings and to develop tools for understanding these works of art as aesthetic objects and bearers of meaning for the societies, groups, or individuals that produced them. Registration priority will be given to first and second year students. 2 hrs. Lect./1 hr. disc.
Course Reference Number (CRN):
Subject Code:
Course Number:
Section Identifier:


HARC 0100

All Sections in Spring 2011

Spring 2011

HARC0100A-S11 Lecture (Garrison)
HARC0100X-S11 Discussion (Garrison)
HARC0100Y-S11 Discussion (Garrison)
HARC0100Z-S11 Discussion (Garrison)