AHT100

 
AHT100 
Coordinator: Georgina Cole 
georgina.cole@nas.edu.au

Course outline
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_course outline_2017.pdf

Assessments
Final visual exam image shortlist
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_exam2_2017.pdf

Research essay questions
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Essay17.pdf

Object analysis - due Friday 7 April via turnitin.com

Visual exam image   shortlist

Turnitin 
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Handouts and guides
Visual analysis

Architectual analysis

Essay writing guide


Link to Chicago Manual of Style

Information on citing, bibliographies and paraphrasing

Readings and lecture images
Week 1:  Kenneth Clark, 'The naked and the nude' in The nude: a study of ideal art , London: Penguin Books, 1956, 1-25
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Clark.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Greece.pdf

Week 2:  Hugh Honour and Ian Fleming, A World History of Art, London: Laurence King, 2009, 216-230
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_HonourFleming.pdf
Lecture images:   http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Indian.pdf

Week 3:  Wen C. Fong,  Beyond Representation: Chinese Painting and Calligraphy 8th-14th Century, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1992, 71-117
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Fong_Beyond.pdf
Additional reading: Jerome Silbergeld, Chinese Painting Style: Media, Methods, and Principles of Form, Seattle: Unversity of Washington Press, 5-15
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Silbergeld.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_SongYuan.pdf

Week 4:   Robert Calkins, 'The Barbarian invasions', Monuments of Medieval Art, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1979, 49-64
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Calkins.pdf
Additional reading: Annemarie Carr, "Women as artists in the middle ages", Feminist Art Journal 5, no. 1 (1976): 5-9
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Carr.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_EarlyChristian.pdf

Week 5:  Nikolaus Pevsner, 'The Early and Classic Gothic Style' in An Outline of European Architecture, Harmondsworth: Pelican, 1943, 89-129
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Pevsner.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Gothic.pdf

Week 6:   Margaret Miles, "The Virgin's One Bare Breast: Nudity, Gender, and Religious Meaning in Tuscan Early Renaissance Culture", in The Expanding Discourse: Feminism and Art History, New York: Harper Collins, 1992,  27-37
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Miles.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Trecento.pdf

Week 8:  " Constructing Space in Renaissance Painting", Making Renaissance Art, ed. Kim W. Woods, Yale University Press (2006), pp.62-100
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Richardson.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Renaissance.pdf

Week 9:  Giorgio Vasari, The Lives of the Artists [1550], Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008   277-283
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Vasari.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_HighRenaissance.pdf

Week 10:  Jeffrey Chipps Smith, The Northern Renaissance, London: Phaidon, 2004, 309-350
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Chipps.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Northern.pdf

Week 11:   Mary Garrard, "Artemisia Gentileschi's Self Portrait as the Allegory of Painting", Art Bulletin 62, no. 1 (1980): 97-112
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/Garrard_Gentileschi.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_BaroquePainting.pdf

Week 12:  Howard Hibbard, Bernini, London: Penguin Books, 128-141
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Hibbard.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Borromini_Bernini.pdf

Week 13:   Larry Keith, "Velazquez's Painting Technique", in  Velazquez, ed. Dawson Carr, London: National Gallery, 2006, 70-89
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Keith.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Rubens_Velazquez.pdf

Semester two

Week 16: Svetlana Alpers, "Picturing Dutch Culture" in Looking at Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art: Realism Reconsidered, ed. Franits, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997, 57-67
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Alpers.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Dutch.pdf

Week 17:  Denis Diderot, "Salon of 1763" in   Art in Theory 1648-1815 , Oxford: Blackwell, 2000, 602-608
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Diderot.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_France.pdf

Week 18:  Angela Rosenthal, "She's got the look! Eighteenth-Century Female Portrait Painters and the Psychology of a Potentially 'Dangerous Employment'" in   Portraiture: Facing the Subject , ed. Joanna Wooddall, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1997, 147-166
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Rosenthal.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Britain.pdf

Week 19: Howard Morphy,  Aboriginal Art, London: Phaidon, 1998, 13-40

Week 20: Tim Bonyhady, Images in Opposition: Australian Landscape Painting 1801-1890, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1985, 23-39
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Bonyhady.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Colonial.pdf

Week 21: Christine Guth, "Hokusai's Great Waves in Nineteenth-Century Japanese Visual Culture", The Art Bulletin 93, no. 4 (2011): 468-85
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Guth.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Edo.pdf

Week 22: Jessica Rawson et al, China: The Three Emperors, 1662-1795, London: Royal Academy of Arts, 2005, 66-69, 384-387
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Rawson.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Qing.pdf

Week 23:   Robert Rosenblum, "Romantic Meditations in Germany and England" in   Art of the Nineteenth Century: Painting and Sculpture , London: Thames and Hudson, 1984, 84-89
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Rosenblum.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Romanticism1.pdf

Week 24:  David Blayney Brown,   Romanticism , London: Phaidon, 2001, 71-120
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_BlayneyBrown.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Romanticism2.pdf

Week 25: Howard Hodgkin, "On Collecting Indian Paintings" in Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as Collector, London: Barbican Art Gallery
 http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Hodgkin.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Collector.pdf

Week 26: Ian Carter, "Rain, Steam and What?",  Oxford Art Journal 20, no. 2 (1997): 3-12
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Carter.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_industrial.pdf

Week 27: Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre, "Daguerreotype" in Classic Essays on Photography, ed. Trachtenberg, New Haven, 1980
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Daguerre.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Photography.pdf