ARTH 260 * Introduction to Art History * Professor Sarah Benson * Spring 2005




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Unit 1: week 1 | week 2 | week 3 | week 4
Unit 2: week 5 | week 6 | week 7 | week 8
Unit 3: week 10 | week 11

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    section: week 2 | week 3 | week 4 | week 5 | week 6 | week 7 | week 8 | week 10 | week 11
   paper 1 | paper 2 | paper3 | journal

online resources
Cornell Library | Grove Dictionary of Art | Encyclopaedia Britannica | Oxford Dictionary of Art | Oxford Companion to Western Art | Oxford Dictionary of Architecture | History of Art Dept. | Cornell Homepage
WEEK 11

No quizzes

SECTIONS MEET IN HERBERT F. JOHNSON MUSEUM, LOBBY
You will need to check your bags before ebting the museum, keeping your valuables with you. Bring your journal and a pencil on the tour.

Discussion topic:
A tour of the Johnson Museum with curatorial and education staff

Assignment:
Complete the readings and begin work on paper 3. As you think about your own imaginary exhibit, prepare a question in your journal ahead of time for the museum staff about how they plan and install exhibits. Bring your journal to section to take notes on the tour.

Readings:
* STOKSTAD, AH , "The Rise of Modernism in Europe and North America," "Europe and the United States in the Early Twentieth Century," "Early Modernist Tendencies in Europe," pp. 1019-1021; "The Fauves," "Die Brücke," "Independent Expressionists," "Der Blaue Reiter," "Early Modernist Sculpture," "Cubism in Europe," "Picasso's Early Art," "Analytic Cubism," "Synthetic Cubism," "Responses to Cubism," pp. 1023-1042
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