Description: The course will cover art and architecture in the United States from the early national period to the advent of modernism. Major artists studied will include Thomas Cole, Frederic Church, Winslow Homer, James Whistler, John Singer Sargent, Louis Comfort Tiffany, Richard Morris Hunt, Louis Sullivan, and Frank Lloyd Wright. There are weekly readings. Graduate students have more readings and occasional meetings to discuss those readings. During the first week of class, the professor and graduate students will work out a schedule to discuss the extra graduate readings, which will include the books listed in the syllabus and some supplementary articles. Graduate students will also write a research paper 13-16 pages in length.
Cross-list: HART 321. Mutually Exclusive: Cannot register for HART 521 if student has credit for HART 321.