American art has been called “the American Experience on canvas.” From the time the earliest Europeans settled in the New World, artists have documented the history and culture of our country. This class is the second of a two-part survey of American art. After looking at works from Colonial America to the dawn of the 20th century in the fall, Part II will cover art from the brink of Modernism in the early 1900s through the post-war movements that made America the center of the art world. Part I is not a prerequisite for this class.
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