History of Art I

ARTM 201 (3)

Examination of the ways in which visual images, sculptural objects and architectural structures have been used in the formation and consolidation of individual and cultural identities throughout history. Chronologically traces some of the major artistic developments that have influenced both Western and Eastern cultures from cave painting to AD 1400 and examines the ways in which these participate in the political, social, religious and economic climates of which they are an integral part. Same as HIST 201. Exclusion: FINE 201.
Course Code: ARTM 201 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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