ART 244 H
Art 244 H Rebels and Romantics: Art and Literature of the 19th Century
An exploration of major artist and writers of the nineteenth century, whose works provide the roots of Modernism. Romanticism in its various manifestations---including revolutionary art, gothic art, outsider art, and the art of the natural world---will be studied through paintings, architecture, novels, short stories, plays and poems. Three classroom hours and one hour online assignments and discussion.
- Prerequisite: None
- Hours: 4
- Credits: 4
Fulfills literature requirement for AA degree.