The 19th Century landscape via ZOOM (79SP21) taught by Roxana Aparicio Wolfe CANCELLED

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Monday April 26

10:30 AM  –  12:00 PM

SIX MONDAYS via ZOOM

APRIL 26-JUNE 7 (NO CLASS 5/31)

In the 19th century, landscape painting emerged as a full-fledged genre within the art academies of Europe— serving as a fitting representation to reflect the larger contexts of an emerging modern world. In this period, Artists in the United States also embraced depictions of nature to reflect notions of American character and identity. In this class, we will span the century exploring the use of this genre in a wide variety of styles and approaches. Evolving ideas about the landscape in the face of Industrialism and Modernism will also be discussed. Join us for a look through the eyes of artists from some of the most influential art movements of the 1800s; including Romanticism, the Hudson River School, The Barbizon School, Impressionism, and Post-Impressionism!

ZOOM link will be sent to you the week before the class starts.

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