|Faculty||Faculty of Education, Psychology and Art|
|Credit points, number of lectures||
|E-courses||MākZ2361: History of Art II|
|Course annotation||Unusual approach towards various issues of art theory will help to concretize previously gained experience, will provide ability to define personal attitude. Broad application of knowledge that was acquired during the course “Art History I” in the research of Western European art will help to attain amazing and unique analogies in the individual work and will provide inspiration for the further studies and art research.
|Results||After successful completion of this course, students will have understanding of art styles, art history as science discipline and the importance of art objects in individual’s life. The acquisition of special terms provides a new sense of art science and an ability to professionally comment on art objects.
Students will be able to analyze and evaluate independently various art processes and facts.
Successful completion of the course enables students to study specific subjects of art history, e.g. “Western European Art History I”.
|Course plan||1. Ancient art history - L2; W2;
2. Ancient classical art history - L2; W2;
3. Middle ages art history -L2; W2;
4. Renaissance -L2; W2;
5. Baroque - L2; W2;
6. Art evaluation potential of 17th – 19th century art - L2; W2;
7. Impressionism - L2; W2;
8. Modernism - L2; W2.
|Requirements for obtaining credit points||Positive assessment of the course is ensured by:
- 50% lecture attendance and 100% seminar attendance;
- assesment of two in due time submitted reviews (20 + 20%);
- passed test (40%).
- oral examination (20%).
Teacher of Culturology
Teacher of Visual Art