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This introductory course will trace major developments in the history of art in the western world from Classical art and architecture in ancient Greece to the beginnings of photography in the nineteenth century. Aspects of European art to be explored, through painting, prints, sculpture and architecture, will begin with Stone-Age cave painting and then range from Greek Classicism to Medieval Gothic cathedrals, the rebirth of Classicism in the Renaissance to the grandeur of the Baroque, the ornament of the Rococo, and the revolutionary order of Neo-Classicism. Download Course Guide
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|Session||First Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
This course is organised around a pre-selected sequence of times and countries (eg. Italy 1400) in which key developments in art history took place. These are presented each week in chronological fashion and extend from art and architecture in ancient Greece to the mid-nineteenth century. Tutorials are closely related to the lectures, providing students with the opportunity to explore specific works in detail.
Students intending to follow the History of Art programme at Honours level should take both Level 1 courses offered.
This is the total time spent in lectures, tutorials and other class teaching.
One practice online assessment.
Formative feedback will be provided online for the first online assessment and through verbal engagement with the team of tutors and with peers.
Summative feedback will be provided online for the summative online assessments and in oral and written forms for the course essay.
Essay marking and return; responses in class; online quizzes; responses in class discussions.