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Cleveland, Ohio


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ART 371

Art in the 19th Century

A survey of the major social and artistic developments of the 19th century across several national cultures - France, Germany, England, the United States, Italy - focusing on particular themes including romanticism and landscape painting; the deterioration of the distinction between "high" and "low" art forms; the transformation of Paris into the first modem metropolis; and the place of women, the "Orient," and the "primitive" within 19th-century art and society.

Units: 3.0