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19th-Century Art History in France

This spring-break study abroad art history course examines a variety of geographical locations and types of landscapes, artistic schools and a wide selection of artists, through the media of painting and photography. The course will provide students an in-depth understanding of how place was foundational in the transformation of landscape art during the nineteenth century in Paris, its suburbs, and the nearby countryside where artist colonies and communities flourished.


This course is open to all School of Art and Design majors. To participate in this course, students must have completed ARHS 375/575 Nineteenth Century Art History course.

Faculty Contact

Dr. Rhonda Reymond, Associate Professor and Coordinator for Art History