SYMBOLISM AND ART NOUVEAU

OSH 730 / Non Credit
Course taught in: English
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Course description: The Belle Époque, the late 19th century was a period of great development in Europe. Inventions, discoveries and innovations turned the art world as well. In contrast with Realism and Impressionism, parallel styles and artistic movements developed. Such is the case of Symbolism. The message is going to be more important than technique and artists are going to develop their own style.

Dr. Batia Cohen has a Ph.D. in Mesoamerican Studies from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and a Bachelor's degree in Graphic Design from the Universidad Metropolitana in Mexico City. She was an adjunct professor at Florida International University and she has taught in Florida for the past 15 years. Batia has published numerous articles in specialized Art and History magazines. She is currently a collaborator of a cultural magazine in Spanish on line; LetraUrbana.com. She is the author of the historical novel Una Amapola entre cactus. 

Week 1

Introduction to Symbolism

Week 2

Art Nouveau as a style           

Week 3

Paul Gauguin. Beyond Tahiti

Week 4

The Nabis and their colors

Week 5

Antoni Gaudi. The Fantastic Architecture of Barcelona

Week 6

Primitivism: the Naive painting Henri Rousseau

 

 

This course is available as part of the following:

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Courses
These courses and programs are available at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Membership is required. Our classes take place in Lau Founders Hall, 1550 Brescia Ave., Coral Gables, FL 33146 unless otherwise noted below.

OLLI 2017-2018 Membership is required to take this course and will be added to your cart upon enrollment. If you already have purchased a membership, you will not be charged for this membership.
OLLI 2017-2018 Membership Added to cart upon enrollment.
Starts: 8/1/2017 Ends: 7/31/2018
$40