Art History Courses

ARTH-208 Survey of Art I (3 credits)
A survey of architecture, sculpture, and painting from prehistory through the late Gothic period, including non-Western civilizations of India, Southeast Asia, and China. Fall.
ARTH-209 Survey of Art II (3 credits)
A survey of architecture, sculpture, and painting of Western and non-Western regions from the Renaissance to the present, including the Muslim world and Japan. Spring.
ARTH-H379 Art and Architecture Victorian Britain Victorian Britain (3 credits)
A study of art and architecture produced in Britain during the reign of Victoria, including revival and industrial architecture, the arts and crafts movement, and the "New Sculpture." Taught at Harlaxton College. Prerequisite: Art History 208 or 209 or permission of instructor.
ARTH-H383 Medieval Art (3 credits)
Architecture, sculpture and painting from early Christianity through Gothic in the Byzantine Empire and Western Europe. Taught at Harlaxton College. Prerequisite: Art History 208 or 209 or permission of instructor.
ARTH-384 Renaissance Art (3 credits)
Architecture, sculpture, and painting in Italy, France, Germany, and the Netherlands ca. 1300-1600. Prerequisite: Art History 208 or 209 or permission of the instructor.
ARTH-385 Baroque Art (3 credits)
Architecture, sculpture, and painting in southern Europe, Belgium, England, Germany, and the Netherlands ca. 1600-1750. Prerequisite: Art History 208 or 209 or permission of the instructor.
ARTH-386 Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Art (3 credits)
Study of the major movements of the 18th and 19th centuries, including Neoclassicism, Romanticism, Realism, Impressionism, and Postimpressionism to 1900. Prerequisite: Art History 208 or 209 or permission of the instructor.
ARTH-389 Twentieth Century Art (3 credits)
Western painting and sculpture from 1900 to the present. Prerequisite: Art History 208 or 209 or permission of instructor.
ARTH-391 Topics in Asian Art (3 credits)
Thematic introduction to the visual arts of China and Japan, with emphasis on Chinese art from the Han period through the 20th century. Prerequisite: Art History 208 or 209 or permission of instructor.
ARTH-492 Topical Seminars in Art History (3 credits)
Special topics in art history not included in regular course offerings. Consists of lectures and discussion with an emphasis on research. May be repeated for a maximum of nine credit hours. Prerequisite: Art History 208 or 209 or permission of instructor.
ARTH-493 Independent Study in Art History (1-3 credits)
Research in areas of art history on topics not covered in existing courses. Subject and credit earned must be approved by the supervising faculty member and department chair. May be repeated for a maximum of six credit hours. Prerequisites: Junior standing; permission of instructor.
ARTH-495 Internship in Art History (3-12 credits)
Internships designed to meet the educational needs of students' professional goals are recommended for art history majors and may be arranged with a professional individual or institution. A maximum of 12 credit hours earned in Art History 495 may count toward the degree. Prerequisites: Junior standing; permission of faculty advisor, faculty/museum liaison, and department chair.

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