Monday, July 18, 2016

Syllabus: Art History from about 1400 to Right Now for Baltimore Area Students


Week 1
7/19- Introduction
XHW 1 (In Class): Create a visual symbol of your accomplishments and position in the world based on Stokstad 20-29, “The Studiolo of Federico da Montefeltro.”
DB 1, due 7/21: Create an original thread based ion Stokstad 19, 20 or one of the following readings, including a properly cited quotation and an ARTstor image. Respond to another student’s original thread, including a properly cited quotation and an ARTstor image.
Elkins, James. "On the Arnolfini Portrait and the Lucca Madonna: Did Jan van Eyck Have a Perspectival System?." The Art Bulletin 1991: 53. JSTOR Journals. Web. 4 July 2016.
Gordon, Eric A. "The Conservation of Hugo Van Der Goes's "Portrait of a Donor with St. John the Baptist" in the Walters Art Gallery." The Journal of the Walters Art Gallery 46 (1988): 92-97. Web.
Park, Malcolm. "Brunelleschi's Discovery of Perspective's "Rule." Leonardo 46, no. 3 (June 2013): 259-265.
Sandler, Lucy Freeman. "The Handclasp In The Arnolfini Wedding: A Manuscript Precedent." Art Bulletin 66.3 (1984): 488. MasterFILE Premier. Web. 5 July 2016.
Tsuji, Shigeru. "Brunelleschi And The Camera Obscura: The Discovery Of Pictorial Perspective." Art History 13.3 (1990): 276. Academic Search Premier. Web. 11 July 2016.
WEBB, JENNIFER D. "All Is Not Fun And Games: Conversation, Play, And Surveillance At The Montefeltro Court In Urbino." Renaissance Studies 26.3 (2012): 417-440. Humanities International Complete. Web. 4 July 2016.
XHW 2, due 7/21: Create an original response to an image from Stokstad 21, 22, 23 or one of the associated discussion board readings. Include a figure number and a properly cited quotation from Stokstad 21, 22, 23 or one of the associated readings.

7/21- Stokstad 19, 20: Fifteenth-Century Art in Northern Europe, Renaissance Art in Fifteenth-Century Italy
DB 1 due, XHW 2 due.
XHW 3, due 7/26: Create an original response to an image from Stokstad 24, 25, 26 or one of the associated readings. Include a figure number and a properly cited quotation from Stokstad 24, 25, 26 or one of the associated readings.
DB 2, due 7/26: Create an original thread based on on Stokstad 21, 22, 23 or one of the following readings, including a properly cited quotation and an ARTstor image. Respond to another student’s original thread, including a properly cited quotation and an ARTstor image.
Baltrušaitis, Jurgis. "Holbein's 'The Ambassadors'" Anamorphic Art. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1977. 91-114. Print.
Bier, Justus. "An Anna Selbdritt by Riemenschneider." The Journal of the Walters Art Gallery 7/8 (1944): 10-37. Web.
Bryson, Norman. “Rhopology.” Looking at the overlooked: four essays on still life painting. Cambridge, Massachussetts: Harvard University Press, 1990. 63-77
Dickerson, C. D. III. "A Renaissance Ceiling In Baltimore From The Palazzo Aliverti In Milan." Journal Of The Walters Art Museum 63.(2005): 109-112. Art Full Text (H.W. Wilson). Web.
Glenn, Sharlee Mullins. "Sofonisba Anguissola: History's Forgotten Prodigy." Women's Studies 18, no. 2/3 (November 1990): 295.
Graham-Dixon, Alexander. “Painters, Swordsmen, and Whores.” Caravaggio: A Life Sacred and Profane. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., 2011. 162-178
Hayum, Andrée. "The Meaning and Function of the Isenheim Altarpiece: The Hospital Context Revisited." The Art Bulletin 1977: 501. JSTOR Journals. Web. 12 June 2016.
Simon, Robert B.. “The Identity of Sofonisba Anguissola's ‘Young Man’”. The Journal of the Walters Art Gallery 44 (1986): 117–122. Web...
Zuravleff, Mary Kay. "Faces Of The Renaissance." Humanities 34.1 (2013): 10. MasterFILE Premier. Web.

Week 2
7/26- Stokstad 21, 22, 23: Sixteenth-Century Art in Italy, Sixteenth-Century Art in Northern Europe and the Iberian Peninsula, Seventeenth-Century Art in Europe
XHW 4, due 7/28: Create an original response to an image from Stokstad 27, 28, or one of the associated readings. Include a figure number and a properly cited quotation from Stokstad 27, 28 or one of the associated readings.
DB 3, due 7/28: Create an original thread based on on Stokstad 24, 25, 26 or one of the following readings, including a properly cited quotation and an ARTstor image. Respond to another student’s original thread, including a properly cited quotation and an ARTstor image.
Burkus-Chasson, Anne. "'Clouds and mists that emanate and sink away': Shitao's 'Waterfall on Mount Lu' and practices of observation in the seventeenth century." Art History no. 2 (1996): 168.
Fowler, Michael. "Transmediating A Japanese Garden Through Spatial Sound Design." Leonardo Music Journal1 (2011): 41. Project MUSE. Web. 4 July 2016.
Koch, Ebba. "The Symbolic Possession of the World: European Cartography in Mughal Allegory and History Painting." Journal Of The Economic & Social History Of The Orient 55, no. 2/3 (June 2012): 547-580.
MIURA, KAYO, HARU SUKEMIYA, and ERIKO YAMAGUCHI. "Goodness Of Spatial Structure In Japanese Rock Gardens." Japanese Psychological Research 53.4 (2011): 391-401. Academic Search Premier. Web. 8 July 2016
Oba, Takemitsu, and Castile Sondra. "Conservation and Remounting of the Ryoanji Temple Fusuma." The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 51.1 (1993): 48-56. Web.
van Tonder, Gert J. "Recovery Of Visual Structure In Illustrated Japanese Gardens." Pattern Recognition Letters 28.Pattern Recognition in Cultural Heritage and Medical Applications (2007): 728-739. ScienceDirect. Web.

7/28- Stokstad 24, 25, 26: Art of South and Southeast Asia after 1200, Chinese and Korean Art after 1279, Japanese Art after 1333
XHW 5, due 8/2: Create an original response to an image from Stokstad 29, or one of the associated readings. Include a figure number and a properly cited quotation from Stokstad 29 or one of the associated readings.
DB 4, due 8/2: Create an original thread based on on Stokstad 27, 28 or one of the following readings, including a properly cited quotation and an ARTstor image. Respond to another student’s original thread, including a properly cited quotation and an ARTstor image.

Week 3
8/2- Stokstad 27, 28: Art of the Americas after 1300, Art of the Pacific Cultures
XHW 6, due 8/4: Create an original response to an image from Stokstad 30, or one of the associated readings. Include a figure number and a properly cited quotation from Stokstad 30 or one of the associated readings.
DB 5, due 8/4: Create an original thread based on on Stokstad 29 or one of the following readings, including a properly cited quotation and an ARTstor image. Respond to another student’s original thread, including a properly cited quotation and an ARTstor image.
Bigham, Elizabeth. "Issues of Authorship in the Portrait Photographs of Seydou Keïta." African Arts, 1999., 56
Binkley, David A. "Southern Kuba Initiation Rites." African Arts 43.1 (2010): 44. MasterFILE Premier. Web. 8 July 2016.
Ceyssens, Rik. "The "Bwa War Masks" Of The Middle Uele Region." African Arts 40.4 (2007): 58. MasterFILE Premier. Web. 8 July 2016.
Furniss, Gillian J.1, gjfurniss@muw.edu. "Viewing Sub-Saharan African Art With Western Eyes: A Question Of Aesthetics In The Context Of Another Culture And Time." Art Education 68.6 (2015): 28-35. Art Full Text (H.W. Wilson). Web. 8 July 2016.
James, Laura Leffler. "Convergence: History, Materials, And The Human Hand--An Interview With El Anatsui." Art Journal 67.2 (2008): 36.MasterFILE Premier. Web. 4 July 2016.
Lane, Paul. "Household Assemblages, Lifecycles and the Remembrance of Things Past among the Dogon of Mali." The South African Archaeological Bulletin 2006: 40. JSTOR Journals. Web. 4 July 2016.
Rewerts, Ardis M., and Alira Ashvo-Munoz. "Off-Beat Rhythms: Patterns In Kuba's Textiles." Journal Of Popular Culture 32.2 (1998): 27. Academic Search Premier. Web. 8 July 2016.
Richards, Polly. "Masques Dogons In A Challenging World." African Arts 38.4 (2005): 46. MasterFILE Premier. Web. 4 July 2016.

8/4- Stokstad 29: Art of Africa in the Modern Era
XHW 7, due 8/9: Create an original response to an image from Stokstad 31, or one of the associated readings. Include a figure number and a properly cited quotation from Stokstad 31 or one of the associated readings.
DB 6, due 8/9: Create an original thread based on on Stokstad 30 or one of the following readings, including a properly cited quotation and an ARTstor image. Respond to another student’s original thread, including a properly cited quotation and an ARTstor image.
Bryan, Jennifer, and Torchia Robert. "The Mysterious Portraitist Joshua Johnson." Archives of American Art Journal 36.2 (1996): 3-7. Web.
Morrison, Jeff. "The Discreet Charm Of The Belvedere: Submerged Homosexuality In Eighteenth-Century Writing On Art."German Life & Letters 52.2 (1999): 123. Humanities International Complete. Web. 7 July 2016.
Pavanello, Giuseppe. "Antonio Gai's Statues for Palazzo Pisani Rediscovered in Baltimore." The Journal of the Walters Art Museum 2002: 27. JSTOR Journals. Web. 4 July 2016.
Peck, Amelia, and Paula M. Bagger. "Prince Demah Barnes: Portraitist And Slave In Colonial Boston." Magazine Antiques 182.1 (2015): 154. MasterFILE Premier. Web. 2 July 2016.
Self, Robert L., and Stein Susan R. "The Collaboration of Thomas Jefferson and John Hemings: Furniture Attributed to the Monticello Joinery." Winterthur Portfolio 33.4 (1998): 231-48. Web.
Stanton, Edward F. "Goya's Language." Romance Quarterly 54.1 (2007): 79. MasterFILE Premier. Web. 12 July 2016.
Ward, David C., and Hart Sidney. "Subversion and Illusion in the Life and Art of Raphaelle Peale."American Art 8.3/4 (1994): 97-121. Web.

Week 4
8/9- Stokstad 30: Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century Art in Europe and North America
XHW 8, due 8/11: Create an original response to an image from Stokstad 32, or one of the associated readings. Include a figure number and a properly cited quotation from Stokstad 32 or one of the associated readings.
DB 7, due 8/11: Create an original thread based on on Stokstad 31 or one of the following readings, including a properly cited quotation and an ARTstor image. Respond to another student’s original thread, including a properly cited quotation and an ARTstor image.
Gifford, E. Melanie. "Manet's "At the Café:" Development and Structure." The Journal of the Walters Art Gallery 42/43 (1984): 98-104. Web.
Hershberger, Andrew E. "Performing Excess/Signaling Anxiety." Early Popular Visual Culture 4.2 (2006): 85-101. Humanities International Complete. Web. 11 July 2016.
Lipton, Eunice. "Representing Sexuality In Women Artists' Biographies: The Cases Of Suzanne Valadon And Victorine Meurent." Journal Of Sex Research 27.1 (1990): 81-95.
Livingstone, Margaret. "From 3-D to 2-D: Shading and Chiaroscuro." Vision and Art: The Biology of Seeing. New York, NY: Harry N. Abrams, 2002. 108-37. Print.
Maimon, Vered. "On The Singularity Of Early Photography: William Henry Fox Talbot's Botanical Images." Art History 34.5 (2011): 958-977. Academic Search Premier. Web. 11 July 2016.
Nochlin, Linda. "The Imaginary Orient." Art in America May 1983: 119+. Web.
Nochlin, Linda. "Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?" Women, Art, and Power: And Other Essays. New York: Harper & Row, 1988. 145-76. Print.
SNYDER, JONATHAN. "The "Make-Believe" War: Necessary Fictionalization In Alexander Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book Of The Civil War." War, Literature & The Arts: An International Journal Of The Humanities 26.(2014): 1-23.Humanities International Complete. Web. 8 July 2016.

8/11- Stokstad 31: Mid to Late Nineteenth-Century Art in Europe and the United States
XHW 9, due 8/16: Create an original response to an image from Stokstad 33, or one of the associated readings. Include a figure number and a properly cited quotation from Stokstad 33 or one of the associated readings.
DB 8, due 8/16: Create an original thread based on on Stokstad 32 or one of the following readings, including a properly cited quotation and an ARTstor image. Respond to another student’s original thread, including a properly cited quotation and an ARTstor image.
BUCHLOH, BENJAMIN H. D. "The Dialectics Of Design And Destruction: The Degenerate Art Exhibition (1937) And The Exhibition Internationale Du Surréalisme (1938)." October 150 (2014): 49-62. Humanities International Complete. Web. 11 July 2016.
Foster, Hal, Rosalind Krauss, Yve-Alain Bois, and Benjamin H.D. Buchloh. "1903." Art since 1900. London: Thames & Hudson, 2004. 64-69. Print
Lorensen, Jutta. "Between image and word, color and time: Jacob Lawrence's The Migration Series." African American Review no. 3 (2006): 571.
Poggi, Christine. "Picasso's First Constructed Sculpture: A Tale of Two Guitars." Art Bulletin 94, no. 2 (June 2012): 274-198.
Rabinow, Rebecca A. "The Beach at Étretat." Matisse: In Search of True Painting. By Dorthe Aagesen and Henri Matisse. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2012. 117-23. Print.
Rosen, Israel. "THE CONE SISTERS: Myths, Realities And Some Conjectures." Helicon Nine 9.(1983): 78-85. Humanities International Complete. Web. 5 July 2016.

Week 5
8/16- Stokstad 32: Modern Art in Europe and the Americas, 1900-1950
DB 9, due 8/18: Create an original thread based on on Stokstad 33 or one of the following readings, including a properly cited quotation and an ARTstor image. Respond to another student’s original thread, including a properly cited quotation and an ARTstor image.
Berlin, Ira. "Mining the Museum and the Rethinking of Maryland's History."Mining the Museum: An Installation by Fred Wilson. By Lisa G. Corrin. Baltimore: New/The Contemporary, 1994. 35-46. Print.
Beuys, Joseph, Volker Harlan, Matthew Barton, and Shelley Sacks. "Conversation with Joseph Beuys." What Is Art?: Conversation with Joseph Beuys. London: Clairview, 2004. 21-44. Print.
Fer, Briony. "Bordering on blank: Eva Hesse and Minimalism." Art History no. 3 (1994): 424.
Harvey, Matthea, and Kara Walker. "Kara Walker." BOMB, 2007.
Hickey, Dave. "The Birth of the Big, Beautiful Art Market." Air Guitar: Essays on Art & Democracy. Los Angeles: Art Issues., 1997. 61-72. Print.
hooks, bell. "The Poetics of Soul: Art for Everyone." Art on My Mind: Visual Politics. New York: New, 1995. 10-21. Print.
Krauss, Rosalind. "Sculpture in the Expanded Field." The Anti-aesthetic: Essays on Postmodern Culture. By Hal Foster. New York: New, 1998. 35-48. Print.
Roberts, Jennifer L. "The Taste of Time: Salt and Spiral Jetty." Robert Smithson. By Robert Smithson, Eugenie Tsai, Cornelia H. Butler, Thomas E. Crow, Alexander Alberro, and Moira Roth. Berkeley: U of California, 2004. 99-103. Print.
Senie, Harriet. "Public Opinion." The Tilted Arc Controversy: Dangerous Precedent? Minneapolis, MN: U of Minnesota, 2002. 37-54. Print.

8/18- Stokstad 33: The International Scene since 1950

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