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ARTS 1301 (ARTS 1301)
History of Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture
Three semester hours.
Beginning with Greek and Roman art and continuing through the Cubist Movement, this course will discuss a variety of major artistic works and landmarks. The goal of the course will be to understand art in relation to its traditions of use, meaning, and technique within specific cultures and historical settings. May be substituted for ARTS 1303 in the major in art but not for the minor in Art History.

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