- Chinese Porcelains
- French Renaissance Ceramics
- Italian Cabinet Galleries
- Italian Renaissance Ceramics
- Medieval Metalwork and Enamels
- Neoclassical Decorative Arts of the Late 1700s
- Production of French Decorative Arts in the 1700s
- Rococo Decorative Arts of the Mid-1700s
ARTH 699: Topics in Art History
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Section Information from the Schedule of Classes for Spring 2015
ARTH 699-001: Art of Colonial South Asia — Robert D. DeCaroli
04:30 PM to 07:10 PM M — Off-Campus Location OCL
This graduate seminar will look at the material culture of India during the Colonial period (1757-1947). Beginning with a look at the art of the Mughal Empire we will trace the rising influence of various European powers in South Asia with special attention on the expansion of the British East India Company and development of the Raj. The British Imperial system sought out Indian resources for exploitation and had a dramatic impact on the traditional arts and crafts of the Subcontinent. Topics for discussion will include: late art of the Mughal Empire, Portuguese Goa, Company Style painting, Orientalism (including Theosophy), Photography, Traditional “crafts”, and Colonial Museums. The course will meet in the Ripley Center of the Smithsonian Institution.
ARTH 699 001 will meet at Smithsonian Ripley Center, Room 3031.
Course Information from the University Catalog
Research seminar on aspects of art history. Topics vary, but course entails extensive critical readings and discussion, development of bibliographies, and advanced-level research papers.
May be repeated for a maximum of 15 credits when topic is different.