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ART-167 History of Western Art II

History of Western Art II is a survey of Western art and architecture from the 1600s to the present day. Students will learn about the artists, architects, and social, political, and historical events and figures that formed the history of European and American art and architecture of this period. Various trends and art periods, from Baroque through Pop art, are examined and discussed. The great masterworks, from "Night Watch" to the "Guernica," are studied and compared. This course is an excellent introduction to modern art and a good complement to History of Western Art I (ART-166).

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Credits: 3

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