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2017 Fall
OF 0003.21 The Art of the Western World, Part 1: From Realism to Expressionism: Western Art from 1850-1920

The Victorian Age and early 20th century witnessed enormous transitions in consciousness as scientific materialism gave way to modernism. These changes are mirrored in the visual arts of the time by such luminaries as Manet, Renoir, van Gogh, Gauguin, Cezanne, Matisse, and Kandinsky. This is an excellent preparation for visiting art museums and for traveling in Europe.

Course Date(s)
September 12 - October 3
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Instructors
Douglas H Barker
2017 Fall
OF 0003.30 The Art of the Western World, Part 2: From Cubism to Postmodernism: The Art of the 20th Century

The 20th century has been a time of vast change in the visual arts, and art during the post WWII era has left many people baffled. This course makes sense of such trends as minimalism, earthworks, and post-modern architecture. We’ll examine such artists as Picasso, Kahlo, Frank Lloyd Wright, Pollock, Warhol, Christo, and many others. All are welcome to enroll in this continuation of a series, and enjoy an excellent preparation for visiting art museums and for traveling in Europe.

Course Date(s)
October 10 - November 14
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Instructors
Douglas H Barker
OF 0003.21 The Art of the Western World, Part 1: From Realism to Expressionism: Western Art from 1850-1920

The Victorian Age and early 20th century witnessed enormous transitions in consciousness as scientific materialism gave way to modernism. These changes are mirrored in the visual arts of the time by such luminaries as Manet, Renoir, van Gogh, Gauguin, Cezanne, Matisse, and Kandinsky. This is an excellent preparation for visiting art museums and for traveling in Europe.

Course Date(s)

Register
Instructors
Douglas H Barker
OF 0003.30 The Art of the Western World, Part 2: From Cubism to Postmodernism: The Art of the 20th Century

The 20th century has been a time of vast change in the visual arts, and art during the post WWII era has left many people baffled. This course makes sense of such trends as minimalism, earthworks, and post-modern architecture. We’ll examine such artists as Picasso, Kahlo, Frank Lloyd Wright, Pollock, Warhol, Christo, and many others. All are welcome to enroll in this continuation of a series, and enjoy an excellent preparation for visiting art museums and for traveling in Europe.

Course Date(s)

Register
Instructors
Douglas H Barker