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ARTH 3520 - Medieval Art: Variable Topics



Credits: 3

Prerequisite(s): ARTH 1600 or ARTH 1700 with "C-" or better; or permission of department

Description: This course studies a particular artist, group of artists, region or issue as it relates to Medieval art during the fourth to fourteenth centuries. Stylistic development, patronage, iconography, and cultural context of the Middle Ages are explored in addition to considerations of materials, techniques and aesthetic theories of the period. It focuses on artists such as Gislebertus, Villard de Honnecourt, Jean Pucelle, Giotto, Duccio, and may include the arts of sculpture, metalwork, manuscript illumination, tapestry, stained glass, painting or architecture. Alternatively, the course may be framed under regional, stylistic, or cultural themes such as Byzantine Art or French Manuscripts. (This course may be repeated for credit under different topics for up to 9 credit hours.)

Note: Variable topic; may be repeated for up to 9 semester hours credit under different topics.



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