Fall 2021 Course Highlight: AH 202 History of Western Art II, From Renaissance to Contemporary

Art History 202: History of Western Art II, From Renaissance to Contemporary is a first-year friendly course that has no prerequisites and can be used as a humanities breadth and L&C credit. Prof. Anna Andrzejewski will be teaching this class IN-PERSON during the Fall 2021 semester, MW 9:55–10:45am.

Come explore the many reasons that art has been produced and the vast array of forms it has taken in Europe and what is now called the United States during the past 500 years. Examining famous and iconic artworks by the likes of Michelangelo, Vermeer, Van Gogh, and Warhol, the class will consider the relationship between artists and their cultures– clothing, personal relationships, medicine, religious or social beliefs, scientific discoveries, or desires and taboos. Enroll here.