SANDRA J. SHAW STUDIO

Lectures


Back to Art History I Info page




ART HISTORY I


STUDENT REFERENCE MATERIALS
Click on links to view materials related to each lecture

EXTEMPORANEOUS OPENING REMARKS

LECTURE 1: THE DAWN OF THE ARTS

LECTURE 2: THE BIRTH OF COGNITION IN ART

LECTURE 3: COGNITION & ART (CONT'D) & THE ARTS OF IDOLATRY

LECTURE 4: THE ARTS OF IDOLATRY VS THE ARTS OF HERO-WORSHIP

LECTURE 5: MESOPOTAMIAN ART: AKKADIAN THROUGH ASSYRIAN

LECTURE 6: THE MALEVOLENT VISION OF THE ASSYRIANS

LECTURE 7: EARLY ARCHITECTURE FROM THE GROUND UP

LECTURE 8: MESOPOTAMIAN ARCHITECTURE & INTRODUCTION TO EGYPT

LECTURE 9: THE EGYPTIAN NECROPOLIS

LECTURE 10: THE WORLD OF AMUN

LECTURE 11: EGYPT'S ART FOR THE DEAD

LECTURE 12: THE EGYPTIAN MIND & AKHENATEN'S REVOLUTION

LECTURE 13: THE AEGEAN ARTS

LECTURE 14: ART OF THE EARLY GREEKS

LECTURE 15: SEMESTER REVIEW & GREEK ART TO THE DAWN OF THE CLASSICAL AGE

LECTURE 16: THE EARLY CLASSICAL PERIOD

LECTURE 17: THE HIGH CLASSICAL PERIOD

LECTURE 18: THE PARTHENON AND ITS ARTS >> FREE DOWNLOAD

LECTURE 19: THE GIFTS OF THE GREEK GENIUS

LECTURE 20: THE WANING OF THE CLASSICAL AGE

LECTURE 21: METAPHYSICAL DUALISM IN HELLENISTIC ART

LECTURE 22: TRANSCENDENTALISM IN HELLENISTIC ART

LECTURE 23: GREEK PAINTING & THE IMPACT OF GREEK ART ON ROME

LECTURE 24: ARCHITECTURE FROM GREECE TO ROME

LECTURE 25: PORTRAITURE FROM GREECE TO ROME

LECTURE 26: THE ROMANS' WORLD IN RELIEF

LECTURE 27: HIGHLIGHTS OF THE COURSE



Studio / Sculpture / Portraiture / Drawings / Color Studies / About the Artist / Buyer Reviews / Prices / Lectures / Culture / Links / Books / Contact / Home