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ARHI.2110 Nineteenth Century Art (Formerly 58.211)

Id: 006225 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3

Description

A study of the major artists and artistic movements of the 19th century. This course examines major cultural, social and political forces (e.g. class struggles, racial and gender inequalities, industrialization, scientific discoveries, emancipation, education reform, the influence of early "social media," etc.) through the lens of the visual arts and pays particular attention to how these forces impacted the way art was produced, viewed, and understood.

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