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Total Credit Units

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CoursLevel : UG



Course Title

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HISTORY OF ART VII













Course Code

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PNTG 181



































Course Objective :The objective of teaching history of art is to acquaint the students with art and artists through the ages and to increase their visual vocabulary manifold along with a brief insight into the inter-relationship between various kinds of arts and the impact of socio-cultural factors on them. The idea is to make them see Art not as an exclusive phenomenon but rather a well connected and important facet of any civilization.

Prerequisites :

Good understanding of Pre Modern Western art and history




Course Contents / Syllabus :


Module : I




Post Impressionism

Coining of the word Post-Impressionism

Cezanne and the form

Paul Gaugin and color symbolism

Vangogh

Lautrec



Cubism

Explaining the term Cubism

Analytical Cubism

Synthetic Cubism



Fauvism

The term Fauvism

Matisse, Vlaminck, Dufy and Derrain




50%

Module : II




Expressionism

Dark vision

The Bridge Group

The Blue Rider Group


Dadaism

Disillusionment with wars

Sarcastic approach

Various places, Berlin, New York, Zurich

Marcel Duchamp
Surrealism

Freudian influence

Impact of wars

Fantasy world

Dali, Margaritte, Arp



30 %

Module : III




Abstract Expressionism

Shifting of Art capital from Paris to New York

Action Painting

Color Field Abstraction





20 %


Student Learning Outcomes :By the end of this course, students will be able to


Evaluation Scheme:



Theory Assessment (L&T):

Continuous Assessment/Internal Assessment

End Term Examination

Components (Drop down)

Class Test

Presentation

Attendance





Weightage (%)

15

10

5




70






Text&Reference :


  • A History of Fine Arts in India and West by Edith Tomory

  • Art of Mankind by Van Loon

  • Civilization of Mankind by Van Loon

  • Concise History of Art-Vols. 1 & 2 by Gerrmain. Bazin.

  • History of Painting by Janson.

  • History of Western Painting by Eric Newton.


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