ARTH 260 * Introduction to Art History * Professor Sarah Benson * Spring 2005
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imagesUnit 1: week 1 | week 2 | week 3 | week 4
Unit 2: week 5 | week 6 | week 7 | week 8
Unit 3: week 10
blackboardsection: 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 resourcesCornell 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
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.
A tour of the Johnson Museum with curatorial and education staff
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.
* 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