ARTS250

Art History and Appreciation I

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The study of art beginning with the prehistoric caves in France through the religious presentations in Mesopotamia and Egypt. The humanistic-centered art of Greece and Rome follows. Powerful expressions of faith dominate art in the Christian and Islamic styles that evolved after the fall of the Roman Empire. The early renaissance offers a religious art that combines the elements of faith with a renewed interest in the art of classical Greece and Rome. Students from all academic disciplines can benefit from this course.

Source: Academic Catalog 2019-20