European Art History II

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MCR504 European Art History II

Professor: Iliana ZARRA

The course deals with the art production from Mannerism, which challenged the principles of harmony and symmetry of the compositions of the High Renaissance, until the beginning of the 20th century. The aim of the course is to examine the political, social and scientific conditions for the development of art particularly since the 19th century. Specifically, the course studies the characteristics of the artistic movements of the given period, their development over time and especially the change in the meaning and role of image. The following artistic movements are examined: I. Mannerism, Baroque,

  • Neoclassicism, Romanticism Realism – Photography
  • Impressionism – Post-Impressionism
  • Painting before World War I: The Fauves – Expressionism: “Die Brücke”-“Der blaue Reiter”
  • Analytical and Synthetic Cubism (P. Picasso – J. Braque) – Orphism (Robert Delaunay) – Futurism –Constuvtivism- Cubo-Futurism –  Pittura Metafysica – Dada
  • Art between the Wars: Surrealism – The Neue Sachlichkeit – Socialist Realism – Mexican Muralism. Sculpture of the period

Companions

  1. Βιβλίο [77110338]: Η τέχνη του 20ου αιώνα, 2η έκδοση αναθεωρημένη, Χαραλαμπίδης Άλκης Λεπτομέρειες
  2. Βιβλίο [12293695]: ΕΠΕΙΣΟΔΙΑ ΚΑΛΛΙΤΕΧΝΙΚΗΣ ΠΑΛΙΝΔΡΟΜΗΣΗΣ ΣΤΗΝ ΤΕΧΝΗ ΤΟΥ 20ΟΥ ΑΙΩΝΑ, Ζάρρα Ιλιάννα Λεπτομέρειες