ARTH 222 surveys European art from the later 18th-century to around 1900, introducing the principal movements, the leading artists and the theoretical concerns of the period. Beginning with Neoclassicism and Romanticism, two international artistic currents that ran parallel as well as counter to each other, the course then examines Realism and Impressionism, movements which emphasised direct reportage and the rendering of nature in new ways. Particular attention will be paid to French and British art, both academic and avant-garde.
Themes will include:
- The emergence of the artist as genius/outsider/celebrity
- The collapse of a hierarchy of genres
- The conflicts between Academy and Avant-garde
- The international nature of artistic movements
Monday 8 July to Thursday 15 August and Monday 2 September to Thursday 10 October 2019
Mondays and Thursdays 15:10 – 16:00 PM
LT220, Lecture Theatre 220, 2nd Floor, Murphy Building, VUW - Kelburn campus
There is no set text for ARTH222.
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