Melanie N. Enderle
ART H 384
Achievements and issues in painting, architecture, sculpture, and other arts in the United States from the colonial era to the present.
This course will explore the major artists and movements of American Art from the Colonial period through WWI. Students will study portraiture, nineteenth-century landscape, American Impressionism, twentieth-century Realism, modernist abstraction, Harlem Renaissance, and Regionalism. This course will focus on issues of U.S. cultural politics, colonialism, gender and racial issues, and relationships between American and European art.
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General method of instruction
Course will be taught through lectures, discussions, readings, and assignments.
Class assignments and grading