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    Saint Francis University
  Dec 18, 2017
2017-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog

ART 202 - Art History II

(3 credits)
This course will study the development of the visual arts from the Early Renaissance through Impressionism (1400 1880). Art 202 will trace Indian, Chinese, Japanese, American, African, and Pacific Rim cultures (post-1400) as well as the traditional Western developments prior to Modernism (1800-2000). The evolution of these diverse cultures will be presented within the context of the influences of geography, socio/political events, religion, and technological advancement the factors that have stimulated cultural development or restrained it. The course will center on a lecture/discussion format with students selecting a particular period for focused research.