Art History: Early Christian to Modern Art

This is a study of Art History from the period of Early Christian Art to Modern Art. It is a hands on Art History class specifically designed for interactive learning.


Course Content

Lessons Status
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Module 01: Art History: Early Christian to Modern Art, Seventeen Week Syllabus

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Module 02: Art History: Early Christian to Modern Art, An Introduction to Art History

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Module 03: Art History: Early Christian to Modern Art, An Introduction to Art History Terms & Vocabulary 1

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Module 04: Art History: Early Christian to Modern Art, An Introduction to Art History Project One: Elements of Art

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Module 05: Art History: Early Christian to Modern Art, Early Christian Art: Art of Eternity

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Module 06: Art History: Early Christian to Modern Art, Early Christian Symbols: Icthus

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Module 07: Art History: Early Christian to Modern Art, Early Christian Symbols: Alpha

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Module 08: Art History: Early Christian to Modern Art, Early Christian Symbols: Icthus Wheel

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Module 09: Art History: Early Christian to Modern Art, Early Christian Symbols: Anchor

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Module 10: Art History: Early Christian to Modern Art, Early Christian Symbols: Chi-Rho

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Module 11: Art History: Early Christian to Modern Art, Early Christian Symbols: The Good Shepherd

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Module 12: Art History: Early Christian to Modern Art, Early Christian Symbols: The Noahic Flood

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Module 13: Art History: Early Christian to Modern Art, Early Christian Symbols: The Sacrifice of Isaac

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Module 14: Art History: Early Christian to Modern Art, Early Christian Symbols: Daniel in the Lion's Den

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Module 15: Art History: Early Christian to Modern Art, Early Christian Symbols: The Resurrection of Lazarus

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Module 16: Art History: Early Christian to Modern Art, Early Christian Symbols: The Last Supper

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Module 17: Art History: Early Christian to Modern Art, Early Christian Symbols: Jonah and the Big Fish