Art of the US

ARTHIST 384.01

Course introduces the major art forms and aesthetic theories developed in the US from colonial period to present. Emphasis on architecture, painting, sculpture, graphic, and decorative arts. Structured chronologically, this course defines the characteristics of the different historical periods and the ways American artists both adopted and diverged from other models to create their own, distinctive national identity. Instructor: Powell

Class Room 1: 
East Duke 204B
Instructor: 
Powell, Richard
FDS Uid: 
1 229
Semester Year: 
Spring 2014
Course Year: 
2014