ARTH285 - IMPRESSIONISM

French Impressionism is the centerpiece of this course, which will explore paintings, and some sculptures, produced between 1848 and 1906. We consider French, Dutch, and Scandanavian artists who painted and exhibited in Paris during these years, exploring not only their historical stature and reputation, but their contemporary relevance. We will reflect on such myths of modernism as the "misogyny"of Degas; the "obsessiveness" of Cezanne; the "primitivism" of Gauguin; and, of course, the "madness" of Van Gogh. All art is considered within the context of the social, economic and political changes that were taking place in Paris--the capital of the nineteenth--century.
Section 401 - LEC
MW 0200PM-0300PM
DOMBROWSKI, ANDRE
CLAUDIA COHEN HALL 402
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Section 402 - REC
CANCELED
DOMBROWSKI, ANDRE
    Section 403 - REC
    T 1230PM-0130PM
    ERICKSON, RUTH E
    JAFFE BUILDING 104
      Section 404 - REC
      W 0330PM-0430PM
      MARZULLO, FRANCESCA N
      JAFFE BUILDING B17
        Section 405 - REC
        CANCELED
        DOMBROWSKI, ANDRE
          Section 406 - REC
          R 1200PM-0100PM
          MARZULLO, FRANCESCA N
          JAFFE BUILDING 104
            Section 407 - REC
            F 1100AM-1200PM
            ERICKSON, RUTH E
            JAFFE BUILDING B17