ARTS 1623 Survey of Art-Renaissance to Rococo

This course surveys art from the Renaissance to the beginning of the 19th century. The course examines major artistic styles, movements, works of art, and monuments from various cultures. Emphasis is on the forms and aesthetic value of art objects as well as the cultural and historical conditions that shape art. Students are provided a basis for analyzing and appreciating the painting, sculpture, and architecture of this period. Students will complete writing assignments appropriate for the course and subject. Note: Because colleges divide historical periods differently, completing the entire Survey of Art sequence at one college is strongly recommended. Students cannot earn general education humanities credit for both ARTS 1623 and ARTS 1633. IAI: F2 902 Fine arts.


3 Credits


Appropriate assessment score or completion of ENGL 1413 with grade of C or better. - Must be completed prior to taking this course.



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