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1 Architecture, sculpture, painting, and decorative arts. Overview (art history) is a discipline which examines the role of the visual arts in the development of human society. attempts to understand the nature of art, its origins and evolution, and the role it plays in various civilizations. While the task of the artist is the creation of works of art, that of the art historian is their systematic study, analyzing and understanding the products of creative expression. Studies of the can involve the examination of economic, social, and political issues; problems of patronage, taste, style, and iconography; and questions of literary influence, philology, philosophy, psychology, and religion. At the same time, how works of art are made, their conservation and/or restoration and theories of perception or optics are also investigated. The study of helps to enhance our aesthetic aware- ness and our ability to see and describe and to search for new meanings and explore new ideas in our environment. The Department of offers a range of art history courses, especially Western art, from ancient times to the present. The art history courses concentrate on the study of architecture, sculpture, painting, and minor/decorative arts. The studio arts course offered by the Department (FAS 1110) provides an introduction to basic artistic techniques. UPEI Department of Page 1 of 5

2 Janos Fedak, Chair Minor Students in the Minor Program in must take FAH 1010 and FAH 1020 consecutively as prerequisites and five other courses including at least two at the 2000 level and at least two at the 3000 or 4000 level. Faculty Janos Fedak (Chair) - Professor Careers: Curator Librarian Photographer Artist Graphic Designer Example Courses: FAH Egyptian and Mesopotamian Art FAH Greek Art FAH Renaissance Art FAH Canadian Art Course Level: 1000 Level Courses: FAH INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF WESTERN ART I This course is a survey of the development of visual arts from Prehistoric to Medieval times. Emphasis is placed on the study of major works of art, methods of analysis, use of proper terminology, historical and cultural contexts, and changes of forms and styles. Cross-listed with History (cf. History 1030) Three hours a week FAH INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF WESTERN ART II This course is a continuation of the survey begun in FAH It covers the most representative works of the visual arts from the early Renaissance period through the Modern era. The major artistic achievements and stylistic changes are studied with particular emphasis on their relationship to historical and cultural circumstances. Crosslisted with History (cf. History 1040) Three hours a week HIST INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF WESTERN ART I This course is a survey of the development of visual arts from Prehistoric to Medieval times. Emphasis is placed on the study of major works of art, methods of analysis, use of proper terminology, historical and cultural contexts, and changes of forms and styles. Cross-listed with History (cf. FAH 1010). Three hours a week HIST INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF WESTERN ART II This course is a continuation of the survey begun in HIST It covers the most representative works of the visual arts from the early Renaissance period through the Modern era. The major artistic achievements and stylistic changes are studied with particular emphasis on their relationship to historical and cultural circumstances. Crosslisted with History (cf. FAH 1020) Three hours a week Page 2 of 5

3 Course Level: 2000 Level Courses: FAH EGYPTIAN AND MESOPOTAMIAN ART This course examines (in chronological order) the changes of style in architecture, painting, sculpture, and the minor/decorative arts from the prehistoric periods in Egypt and Mesopotamia to the establishment of the Hellenistic kingdoms in both regions. The characteristics of each period are considered with emphasis on the outstanding works of art/architecture and their historical contexts. Cross-listed with Classics (cf. Classics 2310) Three hours a week FAH GREEK ART This course examines (in chronological order) the changes of style in architecture, painting, sculpture, and the minor/decorative arts from the Archaic period to the end of the Hellenistic age. The characteristics of each period are considered with emphasis on the outstanding works of art/architecture and their historical contexts. Cross-listed with Classics (cf. Classics 2320) Three hours a week FAH ROMAN ART This course examines (in chronological order) the changes of style in architecture, painting, sculpture, and the minor/ decorative arts from the beginning of the Roman Republic to the end of the Imperial era. The characteristics of each period are considered with emphasis on the outstanding works of art/ architecture and their historical contexts. Cross-listed with Classics (cf. Classics 2410) Three hours a week FAH MEDIEVAL ART This course examines (in chronological order) the changes of style in architecture, painting (especially illuminated manuscripts), sculpture, and the minor/decorative arts from the Byzantine period to the end of the Gothic era in Europe. The characteristics of each period are considered with emphasis on the outstanding works of art/architecture and their historical contexts. Cross-listed with Religious Studies (cf. Religious Studies 2720) Three hours a week CLAS EGYPTIAN AND MESOPOTAMIAN ART This course examines (in chronological order) the changes of style in architecture, painting, sculpture, and the minor/decorative arts from the prehistoric periods in Egypt and Mesopotamia to the establishment of the Hellenistic kingdoms in both regions. The characteristics of each period are considered with emphasis on the outstanding works of art/architecture and their historical contexts. Cross-listed with History (cf. Fine Art History 2010). Three hours a week CLAS GREEK ART This course examines (in chronological order) the changes of style in architecture, painting, sculpture, and the minor/decorative arts from the Archaic period to the end of the Hellenistic age. The characteristics of each period are considered with emphasis on the outstanding works of art/architecture and their historical contexts. Cross-listed with History (cf. History 2020). Three hours a week CLAS ROMAN ART This course examines (in chronological order) the changes of style in architecture, painting, sculpture, and the minor/ decorative arts from the beginning of the Roman Republic to the end of the Imperial era. The characteristics of each period are considered with emphasis on the outstanding works of art/ architecture and their historical contexts. Cross-listed with History (cf. History 2110). Three hours a week RS MEDIEVAL ART This course examines (in chronological order) the changes of style in architecture, painting (especially illuminated manuscripts), sculpture, and the minor/decorative arts from the Byzantine period to the end of the Gothic era in Europe. The characteristics of each period are considered with emphasis on the outstanding works of art/architecture and their historical contexts. Cross-listed with History (cf. History 2120) Three hours a week Page 3 of 5

4 Course Level: 3000 Level Courses: FAH RENAISSANCE ART This course examines the artistic milieu in Europe -- with a particular emphasis upon the Italian and Flemish schools -- from the early Fifteenth Century to the midsixteenth Century. Three hours a week FAH BAROQUE AND ROCOCO ART This course examines (in chronological order) the changes of style in architecture, painting, sculpture, and the minor/decorative arts in Italy and other parts of Europe from the early Seventeenth Century to the end of the Eighteenth Century. The characteristics of each period are considered with emphasis on the outstanding works of art/architecture and their historical contexts. Three hours a week FAH NINETEENTH-CENTURY ART The evolution of the visual arts is studied from the French Revolution to the Post-Impressionist era. Neoclassicism, Romanticism, revival styles, Realism, and Impressionism are the subject areas of the course. Three hours a week FAH TWENTIETH-CENTURY ART This course is designed to develop an understanding of the various artistic expressions in the visual arts, including the new art forms of photography and cinema, from the late Nineteenth Century to the present. Three hours a week FAH CANADIAN ART The development of the visual arts in Canada is studied from the Seventeenth Century (colonial times) to the present. The course examines the native tradition in Canada, the legacy of the early French and English settlers, and later developments in the visual arts within the context of the socio-economic and political history of the country. Three hours a week Course Level: 4000 Level Courses: FAH DIRECTED STUDIES These courses involve the examination of particular problems in specific areas of interest in the visual arts and archaeology.* Individual studies are conducted under faculty guidance. Open to qualified students from any discipline. (See Academic Regulation 9 for Regulations Governing Directed Studies.) *Archaeology of Roman Pannonia and of early Medieval times in Western Hungary. Fieldwork in Hungary. FAH DIRECTED STUDIES These courses involve the examination of particular problems in specific areas of interest in the visual arts and archaeology.* Individual studies are conducted under faculty guidance. Open to qualified students from any discipline. (See Academic Regulation 9 for Regulations Governing Directed Studies.) *Archaeology of Roman Pannonia and of early Medieval times in Western Hungary. Fieldwork in Hungary. Page 4 of 5

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